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Social Engineering Criminal Behavior As Acceptable

Movie review | The Circle: Technology destroys privacy in chilling tale

“The Circle,” based on the Dave Eggers novel, is as chilling as the most frightening horror movie — and yet the world depicted in the film is practically our world, just a tiny leap into the near future.

Directed by James Ponsoldt and adapted by Ponsoldt and Eggers, the movie tells the story of a young woman who goes to work at The Circle, a company that’s like a hellish cross among Facebook, Apple and Google.

Young Mae (Emma Watson) is thrilled to be welcomed onto the Circle campus. Everyone is so cool. Everyone is so friendly. And everything is so weird.

The place is run by its two founders, who, in an inspired bit of casting, are played by the inherently likable Tom Hanks and Patton Oswalt. What harm could those guys do?

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Brainwash, Condition, Repeat: Dave Eggers’s “The Circle”

The Dark Side of Social Engineering

Psychological warfare

Pressure from above, pressure from below

Soros Provides Pressure From Above, Below

 

 

‘Hacksaw Ridge’: Conviction vs Compromise

Via: christianitytoday

“The true story of Desmond Doss, the first conscientious objector to win the Medal of Honor, Hacksaw Ridge is about conflicts of many kinds: duty to God versus duty to country, individual freedom versus communal responsibility, healing versus killing, love versus hate, and so on. The film is also about an internal war, of course, as Doss (brilliantly played by Andrew Garfield) wrestles with maintaining his faith convictions amidst extraordinary pressures to compromise.

A devout Seventh-day Adventist, Doss joins the army during World War II in spite of his pacifist convictions and refusal to bear arms. He volunteers to be a medic, where he aspires to save lives rather than take them. Happy new year greetings His convictions make him unpopular in his unit. Fellow soldiers taunt him, beat him, and pressure him to quit, yet Doss is determined to serve his country as a medic, thrust into bloody battles without a weapon to defend himself.”

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history vs hollywood

 

 

 

 

‘Free State of Jones’: Pushback Against Injustice

History is full of drama and conflict. A new movie illustrates a chapter of Civil War history when Mississippi  citizens followed their conscience and used their limited guns to form a militia and pushback against slavery and economic injustice.

Via: Why I Wrote The Free State Of Jones by Victoria E. Bynum

I wrote The Free State of Jones: Mississippi’s Longest Civil War for professional and personal reasons. As both a historian and an individual, I am on the hunt for ordinary people who commit extraordinary acts. I am especially drawn to those who confront systems of power in unlikely ways alongside unlikely allies. In Civil War Jones County, Mississippi, deep in the so-called “solid” South, some 100 ordinary white farmers banded together to fight against the Confederate Army (a few of my distant kin were among them). Doing so earned them the label of outlaws. But outlaw means different things to different people. To pro-Confederate Mississippians, these were cowardly deserters. The core members of the Knight band, however, viewed themselves as principled Unionists.

In my book, I struggled against writing a “Great Man” history; I did not want to portray Newt Knight as the “Rambo” of Jones County dissent. Rather, I dug deep into historical records from NC, SC, GA, and MS, to uncover the cultural and class roots of those families who contributed the greatest number of participants in the Jones County uprising. I emphasized how earlier historical events—for example, the American Revolution and the opening of the Southwestern frontier—shaped attitudes toward authority and government among these plain folks of the Old South.”

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The True Story of the ‘Free State of Jones’

 

 

 

AmeriGEDDON Movie: A Fact-Based Anti-Globalism Tale

 

AMERIGEDDON seizes on fact-based threats and asks the ultimate question, “What happens when government turns on the people it’s supposed to protect?”

AMERIGEDDON, coming to theaters nationwide May 13, 2016, has been described as “the movie the establishment doesn’t want you to see.” Showing what happens when a not-so-future U.S. government conspires with the United Nations to stage an attack on the energy grid…

 

What would America look like with absolutely no electricity?

NWO agenda and an EMP attack on the USA

Guilty Knowledge: What the US Government Knows about the Vulnerability of the Electric Grid, But Refuses to Fix

Secure the Grid

 

 

 

Facial Reenactment Software: Real Or Fake?

Via: disinfo.com

Today, we can kiss reality goodbye. Stanford, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and Max Planck Institute for Informatics unveiled their latest project and it is very scary. They have developed a technology that can manipulate youtube videos in real-time with a basic web camera. The implications, of this technology, are very serious.

 

 

Altering our perception of reality has gotten so easy to do  yet  increasingly hard to detect.

 

 

Popular Science: Real-Time Video Software Puts Someone Else’s Facial Expressions On Your Face

 

 

 

Eye In The Sky

 

A thriller set in the world of remotely piloted aircraft warfare.

EYE IN THE SKY

The commander is in England.
The drone pilot is in America.
the terrorist is in Kenya.
And the authority to strike is up in the air.

Welcome to the new front line!

 

 

The PD-100 Black Hornet is a nano UAV developed by Prox Dynamics. The Black Hornet offers intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance support to armed forces in mission critical operations. The UAV gives access to remote locations and provides situational awareness on the battle field.The Black Hornet has been deployed in Afghanistan to meet the surveillance requirements of the UK Armed Forces. The UAV is also in service with the security forces of several other countries.

 

 

Palm-size Drones Buzz Over Battlefield

Nano UAV    PD-100 Black Hornet PRS

 

 

 

The Big Short: Truth Is Like Poetry, And Most People Hate Poetry

Truth is like poetry, and most people f*%*ing hate poetry.”   ‘The Big  Short’ movie

Control fraud occurs when a trusted person in a high position of responsibility in a company, corporation, or state subverts the organization and engages in extensive fraud for personal gain. The term Control fraud was coined by William K. Black to refer both to the acts of fraud and to the individuals who commit them.

 

 

 

 

To rob a country own a bank

The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One

Too Many of the World’s Most Elite Bank CEOs Embrace Control Fraud

 

 

 

Message of The Hunger Games: Blind Faith In ‘The Powers That Be’ Will Get You Dead

Donald Sutherland ‘reveals’ The Hunger Games meaning:

 “It is the ‘powers that be’ in the United States of America”  that President Snow represents.

“War is for profit. It’s not to ‘save the world for democracy,’… no,

It’s for the profit.”

“The young people who will see this film must recognize… that blind faith in their leaders will get you dead.”

 

 

 

A movie about criminals in power

 

 

 

 

‘Shadow’ Government Demonizes Veterans as ‘Terrorists’ Out of Fear of a New ‘Battle Of Athens’

 

” The Battle of Athens was an armed revolt that gained national attention. Attempting to end the control of an entrenched political machine, World War II veterans used force to ensure that on the day of local elections in 1946 every vote “was counted as cast.” After local authorities locked themselves and the ballot boxes in the jail, veterans suspicious of foul play gathered weapons and ammunition and exchanged fire from this hill upon the jail, which once stood across the street. The besieged authorities surrendered. At a meeting in the courthouse, an interim government was set up, followed by the election of the veterans’ slate.”  (source)

 

 

 

The Battle Of Athens

The Daily Post-Athenian, Athens, Tenn., August 7, 1946; pages 1, 6.

McMinn A Warning — By Eleanor Roosevelt

New York, Monday — After any war, the use of force throughout the world is almost taken for granted. Men involved in the war have been trained to use force, and they have discovered that, when you want something, you can take it. The return to peacetime methods governed by law and persuasion is usually difficult.

We in the U.S.A., who have long boasted that, in our political life, freedom in the use of the secret ballot made it possible for us to register the will of the people without the use of force, have had a rude awakening as we read of conditions in McMinn County, Tennessee, which brought about the use of force in the recent primary. If a political machine does not allow the people free expression, then freedom-loving people lose their faith in the machinery under which their government functions.

In this particular case, a group of young veterans organized to oust the local machine and elect their own slate in the primary. We may deplore the use of force but we must also recognize the lesson which this incident points for us all. When the majority of the people know what they want, they will obtain it.

Any local, state or national government, or any political machine, in order to live, must give the people assurance that they can express their will freely and that their votes will be counted. The most powerful machine cannot exist without the support of the people. Political bosses and political machinery can be good, but the minute they cease to express the will of the people, their days are numbered.

This is a lesson which wise political leaders learn young, and you can be pretty sure that, when a boss stays in power, he gives the majority of the people what they think they want. If he is bad and indulges in practices which are dishonest, or if he acts for his own interests alone, the people are unwilling to condone these practices.

When the people decide that conditions in their town, county, state or country must change, they will change them. If the leadership has been wise, they will be able to do it peacefully through a secret ballot which is honestly counted, but if the leader has become inflated and too sure of his own importance, he may bring about the kind of action which was taken in Tennessee.

If we want to continue to be a mature people who, at home and abroad, settle our difficulties peacefully and not through the use of force, then we will take to heart this lesson and we will jealously guard our rights. What goes on before an election, the threats or persuasion by political leaders, may be bad but it cannot prevent the people from really registering their will if they wish to.

The decisive action which has just occurred in our midst is a warning, and one which we cannot afford to overlook.

Press Coverage 1946: Battle Of Athens

Battle Of Athens: A Case Study in Grassroots Restoration of the ‘Rule of Law’

Department of Homeland Security Targets Veterans and Politically Engaged Americans as Terrorists