John W. Whitehead – While we squabble over which side is winning this losing battle, a tsunami approaches.
John W. Whitehead – We are increasingly ruled by multi-corporations wedded to the police state.
John W. Whitehead – Week after week the circus goes, getting more and more ridiculous.
Former National Security Director Warns The New Yorker – ‘The Terrifying Potential of the 5G Network’
B.N. Frank – He provides intricate details of why we should all be freaking out over 5G.
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.
David Thrussell – We are Pokémon Go-ed into a virtual net of moribund surveillance capitalism.
Tabitha Mercy – The silent violence in America should be of great concern.
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.
David Thrussell – Imagine for a moment that the Snowden saga is a test.
Vic Bishop – Surveillance is conditioning people into a mindset that it’s ok for corporations to track their every move.
Paul A. Philips – Are you prepared to have your medications monitored by RFID microchips?
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?
Melissa Morrone, Waging Nonviolence Waking Times A woman was trying to apply for a job at a major retailer. She had to fill out an online form that prompted her…
Ingrid Burrington, Waging Nonviolence Contributor Waking Times In a small park next to the National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Md., signs explain rules about photographs one can take —…
Julian Rose, Contributor Waking Times “In the Future – Nature and Technology Will Work as One” International airports in Britain greet arrivals and departures with the letters ‘HSBC’ and the…