What You Need to Know about the Internet’s Energy Impact
The recent, rapid growth of digital technologies has produced a vast new appetite for electrical power.  Internet data centers, which function as the “factories” of the digital economy, are largely responsible for this demand. Today, the Internet’s electricity demand would rank sixth in the world if it were to... Read more
Stranger Than Fiction – Why Zombies are Our Future
From its humble folkloric beginnings to the release George Romero’s classic Night of the Living Dead in 1968, today’s current Walking Dead craze has taken zombie culture in America to new heights. And now that Halloween has arrived, our taste for adventures involving hordes of the undead has doubled.... Read more
19 Intriguing Coincidences Surrounding the Virginia Shooting
  The problem with repeated false flags and staged events executed for a particular political purpose is that they demand a commitment from the minds of the masses and it has to happen in real-time. You either get it right away that the event is staged or you don’t.... Read more
El Chapo Guzman Didn’t Escape, He Was Released
El Chapo Guzman’s Release So I’m certain you’ve seen the news non stop, Chapo escaped, again. Happened on a Saturday night, he disappeared from the view of a surveillance camera in his cell and went underground into a tunnel under the Altiplano maximum security prison and wasn’t seen again.... Read more
Dark Fiber and the Future of the Internet
A mere cursory glimpse into the future foretells of a world in which the Internet has been integrated into almost every facet of our lives. However, the flood of smartphones, laptops, and “Internet of Things”-enabled devices in recent years has led it to expand at a rate far beyond... Read more
Cops Worse than Ever at Solving Crimes, Here’s Why
If you were murdered today, there’s only a 60% chance of police catching the person who did it. That number drops to 3% if you’re raped. 50 years ago, that number was much higher. What happened? Despite overwhelming disapproval from the public, the war on drugs wages on and... Read more
Cop Reveals That Planting Evidence And Lying Are Just ‘Part Of The Game’
Palm Beach County, Florida – Journalists at the DC Post were looking through message boards that are frequented by law enforcement officers, when they found a post where one officer was causally talking about planting evidence on “mouthy drivers” and “street lawyers.” The Post then contacted the officer and... Read more
Leaked: NSA Spies Steal Encryption Keys from Global SIM Manufacturer
AMERICAN AND BRITISH Leaked: NSA Spies hacked into the internal computer network of the largest manufacturer of SIM cards in the world, stealing encryption keys used to protect the privacy of cellphone communications across the globe, according to top-secret documents provided to The Intercept by National Security Agency whistleblower... Read more
The Disappeared: Chicago police detain Americans at abuse-laden ‘black site’
The Chicago police department operates an off-the-books interrogation compound, rendering Americans unable to be found by family or attorneys while locked inside what lawyers say is the domestic equivalent of a CIA black site. The facility, a nondescript warehouse on Chicago’s west side known as Homan Square, has long... Read more
Home Hacks and Smart Grids: Data Theft Made Even Simpler
There is often times a trade-off between security and convenience. With Home Hacks the more easily you can access your personal data, the easier someone else can too, making anything that you put online a potential target for hackers. A growing source of concern for many people is their... Read more
NSA Spy Program So Secret Judge Can’t Explain Why It Can’t Be Challenged
NSA Spy Program A federal judge ruled in favor of the National Security Agency NSA Spy Program in a key surveillance case on Tuesday, dismissing a challenge which claimed the government’s spying operations were groundless and unconstitutional. Filed in 2008 by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the lawsuit, Jewel v.... Read more
Charlie Hebdo Police Investigator Turns Up Dead, ‘Suicided’
BREAKING: INFORMANT? Paris Terror Suspect on US Watch List Met With French President Sarkozy in 2009 21st Century Wire says… Charlie Hebdo As the dust settles from this week’s terror extravaganza in France, more loose ends are turning up (or being tied up), with this latest bizarre bombshell which... Read more
Isreal is Getting Away with Murder of UN Peacekeepers & Humanitarians
Isreal is Getting Away with Murder  On January 28th a barrage of Israeli artillery fire struck near the South Lebanese village of Ghajar, killing United Nations peacekeeper Francisco Javier Soria. Soria, 36, was a Spanish citizen deployed with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, a peacekeeping mission tasked... Read more
How to identify CIA ‘Limited Hangout Op’? The Snowden Example
How to identify CIA  The operations of secret intelligence agencies aiming at the manipulation of public opinion generally involve a combination of cynical deception with the pathetic gullibility of the targeted populations. There is ample reason to believe that the case of Edward Joseph Snowden fits into this pattern.... Read more
The Media Is Focusing On the WRONG Senate Torture Report
The Big Story Torture Everyone Is Missing Senate Torture Report While the torture report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee is very important, it doesn’t address the big scoop regarding torture. Instead, it is the Senate Armed Services Committee’s report that dropped the big bombshell regarding the U.S.  torture program.... Read more
The Pirate Bay Cofounder Happy to See TPB Dead and Buried
  The Pirate Bay In what seems to be a final nail in The Pirate Bay’s coffin, one of the founders of this mega torrent site, Peter Sunde today stated that he was glad that TPB was shut down.  This statement was made by him in a blogpost on... Read more
CIA Torture Pseudonyms
via Cryptome.org 11 December 2014 CIA Torture Pseudonyms Paulmd199 sends: CIA Torture Pseudonyms Update: The “Associates” of “Company Y” are now known, as is “CIA officer 2.” Additional people and details have become known. The press has been hard at work uncovering the pseudonyms used and nailing down the... Read more
Recommendations for the Hacktivist Community
Statement of Purpose I have been observing the hacker and hacktivist communities, at times very closely, for many years. The exact definition of “hacker” and “hacktivist” varies from author to author, so I shall make my interpretation of these words very clear. Let us define a “hacker” as someone... Read more
The FBI Can Bypass Encryption: Cyber Security Is a Magic Act
Encryption has gained the attention of actors on both sides of the mass surveillance debate. For example in a speech at the Brookings Institution FBI Director James Comey complained that strong encryption was causing U.S. security services to “go dark.” Comey described encrypted data as follows: “It’s the equivalent... Read more
Your Voice is Being Used to ID and Track You
Voice biometrics—the use of voice-recognition software to record and use your speech patterns as a unique “fingerprint” that can be used to identify you—will be increasingly standardized for government and businesses in the next two to three years Everybody has a unique voice—and it can now be used to track... Read more
The Secret Project to Create Weaponized Ebola in the 1980’s
Confronting Doctor Death from Bob Coen on Vimeo. Following leads on the anthrax trail took us across four continents – filming outside the high security perimeter fences of some of the world’s most secret germ war labs (and inside a couple), tracking down and talking to experts and scientists... Read more
Police Departments Retaliate Against Organized “Cop Watch” Groups Across the US
When communities attempt to police the police, they often get, well… policed. In several states, organized groups that use police scanners and knowledge of checkpoints to collectively monitor police activities by legally and peacefully filming cops on duty have said they’ve experienced retaliation, including unjustified detainment and arrests as... Read more
Fraud Holiday: The Truth About Christopher Columbus
“What we committed in the Indies stands out among the most unpardonable offenses ever committed against God and mankind, and this trade as one of the most unjust, evil, and cruel among them.” – Bartolomé de las Casas Christopher Columbus Age Of Exploration Christopher Columbus was... Read more
USA Sees First Ebola Patient Zero In Dallas TX
September 30th, 2014 Update: Initially Sent Home from Hospital Via: Bloomberg: A man with Ebola in Dallas was initially sent home from the hospital with antibiotics after seeking treatment for an unknown illness, officials said. The man, whose name wasn’t released, is the first case of the deadly viral... Read more
ISIS aka CIA Proxy Freedom Fighters: The Beheading Psy-Ops
Western Foreign Policy Based on Sheer Propaganda By Vivian Lee With a rash of “beheadings” sweeping the world, a horrified public is asked to see this depraved barbarity as The New Normal. First we had the August “murder” on video of U.S. journalist James Foley, shown kneeling before a... Read more