Phillip Giraldi – The DHS has declared that it can legally access phones and computers at ports of entry, looking for subversive content.
Jake Anderson – Google also tracks real-life movements via your smartphone device or tablet.
John Vibes – The surveillance van makes some Londoners uncomfortable.
Tyler Durden – Are you really going to volunteer to be surveilled by big tech in your own home?
Vic Bishop – In China you have precisely what Orwell warned us of. Who’s next?
Patrick Henningsen – By controlling the perception of public consensus you can effectively control the prevailing reality.
John W. Whitehead – If you haven’t figured it out yet, we’ve all become suspects, a.k.a. potential criminals.
David Thrussell – Australian political control is well-rooted in mind control.
Isaac Davis – Bureaucracy has inserted itself into pretty much every nook and cranny of our lives.
Nathaniel Mauka – The government can now declare you a cyber-threat, simply for sending an email.
Patrick Henningsen– The physical Police State could not exist without some philosophical underpinning.
Derrick Broze – If you care about privacy, then it’s time to start openly resisting the prying eyes.
Vic Bishop – Surveillance is conditioning people into a mindset that it’s ok for corporations to track their every move.
Wes Annac – With the corporate and governmental interests that promote alcohol and tobacco ever allow full legalization of cannabis?
Gary ‘Z’ McGee – As it stands, inside the system, you’ve been tranquilized by the trivial. Will you start your own revolution?
Jay Dyer – The coming technocracy is not something to come in the distant future, but is a present reality.
Ethan ‘Indigo’ Smith – The 4 archetypes that are most common in society.
Ethan ‘Indigo’ Smith – The prisoner eventually learns to distinguish between reality and shadows.
Film – William Binney speaks out in this feature-length interview with Tragedy and Hope’s Richard Grove, focused on the topic of the ever-growing surveillance state in America. Is our freedom really at stake?
John W. Whitehead – Today, there’s little room for indiscretions, imperfections, or acts of independence—especially not when the government can listen in on your phone calls, monitor your driving habits, track your movements, scrutinize your purchases and peer through the walls of your home.