Archive | August 15, 2015

Some Germans Are Microwaving their ID Cards to Stifle Surveillance*

Some Germans Are Microwaving their ID Cards to Stifle Surveillance*

By Joshua Krause
Ever since 9/11, most Americans have become quite complacent in regards to surveillance. We’re so used to being spied on by corporations and our government, that we’ve accepted it as an unavoidable fact of life. But in countries like Germany, there is still a deep-seated and widespread cultural fear of being spied on.

This became apparent in 2010, when the German government issued micro-chipped ID cards, which was widely protested at the time. Despite claims that these cards can’t be used to spy on someone, many Germans are still very wary of the device. This fact was demonstrated earlier this week, when a 29-year-old man was arrested at the Frankfurt airport, after it was discovered that he had microwaved his ID card to destroy the microchip (according to German law, ID cards are government property, and can’t be destroyed).

But that man isn’t alone. There are many German Youtube videos that demonstrate how to destroy the microchip in government documents, and a poll taken last year found that 39% of German adults are fearful of the future of digital technologies. I guess after spending decades living under the Nazis and Soviets, and in light of Snowden’s leaks which revealed that the US government was spying them, German citizens are still afraid to abandon their privacy. Good for them.


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School Planned to Microchip Bracelet Students for ‘Good Behaviour’ without Parental Consent*

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Biometric Identification Control: What Will You Do?

A Successful Strike Against RFID’s – Personalized Electronic Tracking System

Non-Compliance Stops California’s RFID Tracking Plans for Drivers

WiFi — an Invisible Threat to all Life*

ACLU At Odds With Activists*

ACLU At Odds With Activists*

By Kevin Gosztola

Last week, the American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois announced a “landmark” agreement with the Chicago Police Department and the City of Chicago on stop and frisks by police officers. However, in the days following, it became evident that activists from the local movement for police accountability were upset because they believed the ACLU’s settlement undermined their efforts.

Local activist groups planned to introduce an ordinance in the Chicago City Council to hopefully bring about “mandated collection and publication of CPD’s stop and frisk data.” Yet, secret negotiations led city council persons, who support the bill, to not file the legislation on July 28, even though a packed press conference was held. Activists see the ACLU as being complicit in helping the CPD avoid stronger measures that would have brought more scrutiny to stop and frisks.

In March, the ACLU issued a report showing Chicago had a bigger problem with stop and frisks by police than New York at the “height of the practice” in 2011. The ACLU informed the city that the organization planned to bring a lawsuit on behalf of individuals to address issues described in the report. That led to a “series of settlement negotiations to address the lawsuit,” according to Karen Sheley, senior staff counsel for the ACLU of Illinois.

An ACLU press release indicates the agreement [PDF] will be evaluated and overseen by former US Magistrate Judge Arlander Keys. The magistrate judge will produce “public reports twice each year on investigatory stops and pat downs by Chicago police.”  Keys’ reviews will apparently examine whether the Chicago police are complying with the Fourth Amendment and whether the stops are having a “racially disparate impact prohibited by the Illinois Civil Rights Act.” Keys will have the authority to make recommendations to the CPD so that policies are changed.

Additionally, the agreement will require data collection to help determine whether the city is abusing the law. This includes:

“the name and badge number of the officer, the race/ethnicity of the person stopped, the gender of the person stopped, all the reasons for the stop, the location, date and time of the stop, whether or not a pat down resulted from the stop (along with the reason for the pat down), whether contraband was discovered and what happened as a result of the stop (including an arrest, warning, or no action at all).”

Asked how the agreement will bind the city and Chicago police, Sheley stated,

“We entered a settlement agreement that is binding in state court, and most importantly, we have an independent magistrate who has access to all of the city’s data and any other information that he wants about the stop and frisk program that he thinks would be necessary to assess it.”

The independent magistrate is “going to issue public reports. We believe that process is going to ensure that the city is working hard to comply with the agreement under which they’ve agreed they’re going to follow the law.”

However, Black Lives Matter Chicago and We Charge Genocide (WCG), a grassroots organization which travelled to Geneva last year to present a “shadow report” on police violence to the United Nations Committee Against Torture (UNCAT), wrote a disapproving and harsh letter to the ACLU about the agreement.

“We are writing in complete dismay and utter disgust upon learning—on the very day we were filing the Stops Transparency Oversight and Protection Act (“STOP Act”) in Chicago’s City Council—that you were in the midst of finalizing a “settlement” with the Chicago Police Department (CPD) and Mayor Emanuel’s office on the collection of stop and frisk data by the CPD,” the letter begins.

It suggests Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel requested sponsors of the STOP Act—Proco Joe Moreno, Roderick Sawyer, and Roberto Maldonado, delayed filing the ordinance until September. Months of organizing and outreach for the press conference to “scores of youth of color in the City of Chicago” was rendered insignificant.

WCG expresses dismay that the ACLU did not invite any representatives to the table to be part of negotiations and argues this settlement “directly undermined and undercut the organizing and advocacy efforts of black youth who are targeted by stop and frisk and discriminatory policing in Chicago.” The letter accuses the ACLU of “excluding” the input of community partners, particularly “youth directly impacted by the issue.”

Furthermore, the letter protests the fact that there are not stronger measures in the settlement for ensuring stop and frisk data will be made available to the public.

Sheley told Shadowproof,

“Given the attention being paid to this issue, not only by the ACLU, but by other groups, we fully expect the data to become public.

“It’s important to remember that the data in the ACLU of Illinois’ March 2015 report was obtained through FOIA,” Sheley added.

Asked how the agreement will hold CPD accountable for excessive use of force by police during stops and searches, Sheley did not specifically address the issue of use of force but said,

“The agreement provides immediate data collection and has independent review of the data and lawfulness of the stops. We are confident there will be fewer stops in Chicago.”

On August 13, the ACLU put out a statement, which indicated,

“Some groups determined that the most effective strategy was the pursuit of an ordinance now known as the STOP Act. Because that ordinance comported so closely to the goals articulated in the report, the ACLU supported the STOP Act when it was shared with us, and we continue to support it today. We hope the ordinance will move forward.” (It appears to be one of the ACLU’s first public expressions of support for the ordinance.)

“We’ll continue to fight on all fronts to ensure that there’s transparency and accountability for all police behaviour. This is one good step that will make a measure of that accountability and transparency. And we strongly believe that it is going to reduce the number of stops,” Sheley declared.

The ACLU report in March highlighted specific communities impacted disproportionately by stop and frisks. When asked if the ACLU would seek input from those communities, Sheley said,

“We welcome community input, and we’re going to work hard so that everyone has an opportunity to participate in this process.”

Unfortunately, a number of activists find the ACLU’s commitment to community input to be disingenuous.

The letter contains a timeline of events prior to the announcement of the agreement.

The ACLU Illinois has known for several months that WCG intended to seek mandated collection and publication of CPD’s stop and frisk data through Chicago’s City Council. It was first raised to the ACLU-Illinois in November 2014, and later when WCG members met with the ACLU-Illinois at your office on April 7, 2015. At that meeting, WCG shared a draft of the proposed ordinance, and you indicated the ACLU’s plan was to amend Illinois state law. You also informed us that you supported the STOP Act. You never suggested that WCG should not pursue the campaign to pass the STOP Act in Chicago’s City Council or that the ACLU was interested in working with the City to address this issue. You only asked us to refer any potential plaintiffs to you for a hypothetical lawsuit regarding stop and frisk. We subsequently emailed the ordinance to you and you provided us with feedback and edits which we wholeheartedly accepted.

“You only disclosed the terms of your deal to us on August 6th, the day you signed off on the deal with the CPD and Corporation Counsel,” which was the same day the ACLU of Illinois apparently had a meeting with WCG activists. Only then did they learn how the efforts of Chicago Votes, WCG and black youth had been undercut.

Additionally, local activists resent the fact that the ACLU would claim credit for the agreement without acknowledging how the organizing of activists created an environment, where the city felt compelled to pursue a settlement.

It was only a few months ago that the Chicago City Council passed reparations for police torture under Commander Jon Burge. That was a product of a vibrant grassroots movement in Chicago, which had tirelessly worked for some semblance of justice for decades and been reinvigorated by the movement for black lives.

Unlike New York, the ACLU opted to pursue a settlement instead of a time-consuming and potentially costly lawsuit.

“When the city was willing to sit down and negotiate and create the same measures that we would have been seeking in our lawsuit, we were willing to jump over the process of having to go through litigation and focus on the remedy,” Sheley explained.

However, Page May, an organizer with WCG, recalled how it took New York more than ten years to successfully sue the city for access to data. The STOP Act was intended to not put the community in the position where it would have to sue for access to data, but she argued that is exactly what the ACLU did. Chicago will now be where New York was prior to when the landmark lawsuit was filed and the settlement may negatively impact the ability of activists to move the STOP Act through the Chicago City Council.


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George Soros: The Hidden Hand behind Social Unrest*

Soros Turned Ferguson from a Local Protest to a National Flashpoint*

Leading #BlackLivesMatter Activists Arrested*

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New Janelle Monae Track Wants You To ‘Say Her Name’*

New Janelle Monae Track Wants You To ‘Say Her Name’*

By Laurel Raymond

Janelle Monae and her imprint, Wondaland Records, just released a new song protesting police brutality.

The song, which you can listen to on SoundCloud, is a revamped version of “Hell You Talmbout” from Monae’s 2013 album The Electic Lady. It features the Wondaland roster, including Deep Cotton, St. Beauty, Jidenna, Roman GianArthur, George 2.0 and Janelle Monae. Between choruses and accompanied by a strong marching beat, they call out the names of African American men and women who have been victims of violence, interspersed with chants of “Say his/her name.” Among those are recent victims of police brutality, including Walter Scott, Freddie Gray, Sandra Bland, Kimani Gray, Michael Brown, and Miriam Carey.

In their litany, the artists also include Emmett Till — who was murdered in Mississippi at the age of 14 in 1955 by Roy Bryant and J.W. Milam for talking to a white woman. Bryant and Milam were both acquitted. After trial and protected by double jeopardy, they publicly admitted to the crime. Till’s mother held a public funeral with an open casket so that the world could see his mutilated body. Outrage over his murder helped spark the Civil Rights Movement.

On Instagram, Monae said of the track:

“This song is a vessel. It carries the unbearable anguish of millions. We recorded it to channel the pain, fear, and trauma caused by the ongoing slaughter of our brothers and sisters. We recorded it to challenge the indifference, disregard, and negligence of all who remain quiet about this issue. Silence is our enemy. Sound is our weapon. They say a question lives forever until it gets the answer it deserves… Won’t you say their names?”

The song comes one day after Monae and Jidenna, a member of the Wondaland roster and also featured on the new song, led a Philadelphia protest march in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Addressing the gathered crowd, Monae provided a preview of the plea later posted on instagram, asking the crowd “Won’t you say their names? Can we say their names right now? Can we speak their names, as long as we have breath in our bodies?” as reported by The Guardian.

She and Jidenna then led the crowd in chants the of names of black men and women who have been killed as a result of police brutality, and in the earlier version of “Hell You Talmbout.”

Janelle Monae joins other artists with her involvement in the Black Lives Matter movement. These include Killer Mike and El-P, who make up the hip-hop duo Run The Jewels, Charles Hamilton, who focused on police brutality in his video for New York Raining, Common and John Legend, whose song “Glory” won best Original Song at this years Oscars, and Beyonce, whose dancers referenced the “hands up, don’t shoot” motion at this year’s Grammys.

Janelle and Wondaland’s debut EP The Eephus comes out Friday.


Here is the song as sung at the recent Black Lives Matter protest – the video has been silenced

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Americans Have $11.85 Trillion in Household Debt*

Americans Have $11.85 Trillion in Household Debt*

By Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn, Heidi Bruce



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Three Million Gallons of Mining Wastewater Spilt on Navaho Land*

Three Million Gallons of Mining Wastewater Spilt on Navaho Land*

As it becomes increasingly apparent that there is land confiscation and ethnic cleansing of the American indigenous, one is tempted to ask was this environmental disaster by the Environmental Protection Agency an ‘accident’?

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye explains what happened at the Gold King Mine in Colorado when three million tons of wastewater burst through the hillside during an EPA cleanup operation

The Navajo Nation, Colorado and New Mexico declared disaster emergencies on August 10 as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revealed that the spill its workers had triggered last week was not one million gallons of mining wastewater, but three million.

Environmental health experts said the effects could play out for years, and one called the situation “a real mess,” CNN reported.

Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye toured the site over the weekend and briefed members via video and in-person meetings. He vowed to make the EPA accountable for cleanup and for supplying water to Navajo chapters that rely on the San Juan River to water crops and feed livestock, and said he was assembling a team of lawyers.

“The EPA was right in the middle of the disaster, and we intend to make sure the Navajo Nation recovers every dollar it spends cleaning up this mess and every dollar it loses as a result of injuries to our precious Navajo natural resources,” Begaye told a packed Shiprock Chapter House in Window Rock on Saturday August 8.

“I have instructed Navajo Nation Department of Justice to take immediate action against the EPA to the fullest extent of the law to protect Navajo families and resources.”

Residents along the San Juan River have been warned to stay away from the waterway. It is closed until further notice and should not be used to water crops or feed animals, the Navajo Nation said.

EPA workers accidentally triggered the spill on August 5 while examining and remediating the abandoned Gold King Mine. Unbeknownst to the crew wielding a backhoe, there was a huge build-up of water behind what turned out to be a flimsy dam. It burst when they moved the loose soil and stones holding back the water, unintentionally unleashing a sludgy torrent into Cement Creek, a tributary of the Animas River, which flows through Southern Ute territory.

From there it went to the San Juan River, arriving on Saturday August 8.

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez was angry that she was not notified immediately of the spill. She also expressed concern about the lack of information on the contents of the wastewater, which the EPA said was still being tested. It is known to contain lead, arsenic, cadmium, aluminium and copper, among other heavy metals, but the amounts and exact composition were still being determined late Monday.

“I had the chance to see the spill with my own eyes. It is absolutely devastating, and I am heartbroken by this environmental catastrophe,” New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez said in a statement after touring the site of the August 5 leak near Silverton, Colorado.

“As I’ve said before, I am very concerned by EPA’s lack of communication and inability to provide accurate information. One day, the spill is one million gallons. The next, it’s three million. New Mexicans deserve answers we can rely on.”

Martinez’s declaration makes at least $750,000 available for monitoring and cleanup, the statement said. So too with the emergency declaration of Colorado Governor John Hickenloooper, who freed up $500,000 from the state’s Disaster Emergency Fund to pay for the response and technical assessments.

“Our priority remains to ensure public safety and minimize environmental impacts,” said Hickenlooper in a statement.

“By declaring a disaster emergency, we are able to better support impacted businesses and communities with state resources. We will work closely with the EPA to continue to measure water quality as it returns to normal, but also to work together to assess other mines throughout the state to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”

The EPA said the spill is dissipating and is no longer colouring the waters neon yellow-orange. The agency also said, according to the Associated Press, that the lurid colour came from iron in the water and that it looked more unhealthy than it was—although the water was still being tested for content, and arsenic levels were spiking along the 100-mile-long plume route.

“The EPA has said the contaminants were rolling too fast to be an immediate health threat,” the Associated Press reported.

“Experts and federal environmental officials say they expect the river system to dilute the heavy metals before they pose a longer-term threat.”

The San Juan and Animas rivers are each closed until at least August 17, though the Navajo Nation said the San Juan would be closed until further notice. Begaye called upon the EPA to provide water to affected tribal members for drinking, irrigation and livestock, as well as hay and feed for livestock. Begaye called on the EPA to fund an “independent lab onsite for real-time monitoring of chemicals that may migrate into our irrigation or public water system.”

The ultimate culprits, of course, are the companies that left the mines there. There are 22,000 abandoned mines in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, many of them collecting water, according to the Washington Post.

Source *

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Hackers Shut Down 54 Israeli Govt Sites After “Price Tag” Killers Set Free*

Hackers Shut Down 54 Israeli Govt Sites After “Price Tag” Killers Set Free*

In what must be one of the most effective operations against the illegitimate state of Israel to take place in recent times, hackers yesterday shut down 54 top government sites, rendering the Zionist entity totally paralysed. This came after the state of Israel gave the green light to its “settler” populace to continue burning families alive, by setting free the killers of baby Dawabsha and his father.

More than 48 hours after the sites were hacked, they all remain inoperable. All we can say is: “Thank you. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.”

On 11 August, hackers attacked the website of the Office of the Prime Minister, that of the Israel army and that of a number of ministries and government departments.

In a statement the international group of hackers known as Anonymous said this was

“because the Palestinian toddler’s voice was not heard and because the world’s wicked silence was all over heard and because we decided to be the toddler’s voice and pain and because Israel, the criminal state, decided to set the Jewish Extremist settler who burnt the toddler alive, free we decided this OP.”

Yesterday, Israeli officials announced that a number of settlers who were arrested following the murder of a toddler and his father in an arson attack on a Palestinian home near the city of Nablus were released without charge.

The operation, #WasBurnedAlive, part of the greater #OpIsrael, started approximately 9 hours ago. At the time of writing, most of the websites were still down. List below from RedCult. – Ministry of Finance – Merkava – Ministry Of Finance – IDF – Israel Defense Forces – Integrated Foreign Trade System – Israel Institute for Biological Research – Israel Institute of Productivity – Israeli Immigration – Office of The Prime Minister – State of Israel-Mail – Economic Mission U.S. – The Israeli Antitrust Authority – Shifra Har – Ministry of Defence – Israel Earthquake Center – Domain Internet Ltd – Galil Development Authority – Israeli embassy in the United States – Ministry of Industry and Trade – Public Works Department – Israel Economic and Tourism – Yemen – lost children – Local Authorities Data Processing Center Ltd. – Israeli Tech Tehila – Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Hebrew – Foreign Affairs Ministry – Israel Ministry Of Finance – Rights and services for Holocaust survivors – Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Israel Information Technology – Shalom civil service reform-Minister Michael Eitan – Ministry of Industry and Trade – Israel Defense Forces – Office of The Prime Minister – Office of The Prime Minister – rights and services for Holocaust survivors – Israeli ministry of justice – The Israeli Antitrust Authority – Israeli Rabbinical Courts – Israel Police Department – Agricultural Research Organisation Volcani Center – Ministry of Finance – Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs – Kranoth Hishtalmut LeOvdei Horaha – Shaam – Information Systems – Ministry of Communications – Israel Government Printing Office – Israel Airport Authority – Israeli Immigration – Israel Securities Authority – State of Israel-Ministry of Finance – Nativ Project – PMO – National Insurance of Israel – Israel Ministry of Interior – Shaam – Information Systems Poaly Zedek 4


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Another Doctor (Osteopath) Found Dead in Her Home*

Another Doctor (Osteopath) Found Dead in Her Home*

By Erin Elizabeth

It brings me no joy to break another story on a doctor being killed. In fact, I really didn’t want to write this story, but I’ve lost count how many people have asked me the last day or two when I’ll be covering it. My heart goes out to the friends and family.
I started an unintentional series about doctors (mostly holistic) who were killed in the last few months, all in Eastern States, mostly in the South East.

From the article on the tragic death of Mary Bovier DO:

The death of a Sharon, Pa. doctor is being treated as a homicide investigation. The 65-year old victim was found in her Sharon home early Wednesday morning.

The Sharon police chief says the report of a deceased person in the home on Davis Street was called in shortly after 7 a.m.

“On arrival officers felt that something didn’t look right, she appeared to be stabbed, detectives were called out immediately and at this point in time we’re treating this as a homicide,” said Chief Gerald Smith.

The victim is identified as Osteopath, Dr. Mary Rene Bovier. Detectives say an official cause of death will be made following an autopsy. Chief Smith said a person of interest was being interviewed.

“I can tell you that the person we’re talking to is a close friend of hers,” Smith said.

The close friend lives across the street from Bovier and was the person who made the call to police. Authorities did obtain a search warrant for the friend’s house, but the unidentified man was released after being interviewed.

State records show that Dr. Bovier’s license was still active through July of 2017.
The doctor’s name still appears at her former office at Tiffany Center in Boardman, but people there say she hasn’t practiced at that office in about two years.

Varying reports say her age to be 63 and others say 65. Some say it’s a close friend of interest who lived next door. Others call him a boyfriend. Authorities say they’re working to make an arrest, but none have been made yet. Even if the male friend is arrested it’s innocent until proven guilty so I’m including this in the series. At the time of this publishing we can’t see of any arrest that has been made.

I’ve maintained in every article I write that I don’t know whether these deaths are related. We knew several of the doctors who were killed- many here in Florida. While we did not know Dr. Bovier it doesn’t make it any less sad that she was murdered.

As you notice the quote above, it says she worked at the Tiffany Center in Boardman, which is actually Ohio, as she lived near the Pennsylvania Ohio border in the town of Sharon, Ohio which is 70 miles or so NW of Pittsburgh. Dr Bovier’s death was only the 3rd so far this year.

If you look at the website where Dr. Bovier worked (the article says she hadn’t worked there in a few years but her name still appears at her former office) you’ll see here are a few of the treatments they offered at the clinic.

You might note her name is also still on the website as well.

From the website where Dr. Bovier worked:

  • Individual and Group Therapy
  • Marital and Sex Therapy
  • Child and Adolescent Assessment and Treatment
  • Family Therapy
  • Parenting Skills Training
  • Substance Abuse Assessment and Treatment
  • Developmental Disability Assessment, Behavior Management, and Counseling
  • Pain Management Assessment and Treatment
  • Relaxation, Biofeedback, and Hypnosis Training
  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Psychological Assessments (academic, career, and vocational; custody, forensic, neuropsychological, and personality
  • Health Psychology
  • Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST)
  • Integrative Family and Systems Treatment (IFAST)

Again, we are terribly sorry to announce Dr. Bovier’s death. We’ll keep you updated if an arrest is made, and again, we don’t know if her death is connected to the others in any way shape or form.


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