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Talon

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  1. This article is difficult for me to write because I don’t have what I normally have to back it up: Resource information links to insert. I have nothing more than an email informing me of what’s going on from what a utility company whistleblower on the Northwest USA Coast has divulged regarding vulnerabilities. However, I thought about it—no, agonized about it—but decided to write it anyway because I think it’s important the information be made public. So here goes: According to that ten-year utility company employee, the U.S. government is forcing electric utilities to use a software program called SAP. Looking online, I find information for the SAP electric software program from Germany. The information I’m receiving, however, is that program is ‘flawed’, easily hackable and can be used to take down the entire USA grid system. See why I’m concerned! If that be the case, how come utilities are not willing to tell the government NO, but acquiesce to demands to use it? Can it be saying NO will jeopardize their grants and funding to implement AMI Smart Meters? Another electric utility employee—this one is at one of the southern California utilities—says the same thing is happening there regarding the SAP program. http://www.activistpost.com/2017/05/secret-software-utilities-forced-use.html?utm_content=buffer62273&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
  2. The story of the FBI’s fake documentary crew, revealed in more than 100 hours of video and audio recordings obtained by The Intercept, offers an unprecedented window into how federal law enforcement agents impersonate journalists to gain access to criminal suspects. The raw material produced by the FBI was presented under seal in the U.S. District Court in Nevada, where Ryan Bundy, his father, Cliven, and his brothers, as well as more than a dozen supporters, were charged with conspiracy, assault, weapons offenses, and other crimes related to their standoff with the government. https://theintercept.com/2017/05/16/the-bizarre-story-behind-the-fbis-fake-documentary-about-the-bundy-family/
  3. SHOW NOTES: https://www.corbettreport.com/?p=22712 New court documents allege that Monsanto is employing an army of internet trolls to literally "Let Nothing Go"--no article, no comment, no social media post is to be left unanswered by these third party proxies. Find out about the court case from which these documents have emerged, the history and context of the accusations, and what it all means in today's thought for the day.
  4. ... Per his bio he works with the following organizations: "Since moving to the Northern Virginia Area he has serves and been consultant to several local, civic and social organization boards, including the Martin Luther King Foundation, AHEAD Inc. (Adventures in Health, Education & Agricultural Development, Inc), Lift me Up (therapeutic riding program), the Sterling Foundation, the Joyce and Thomas Moorehead Foundation, the National Heritage Festival, the 30 Anniversary Slave Memorial Wreath Laying Ceremony - Mount Vernon, the Annual Washington Football Legends and Awards and, most recently, the MLK 50 Anniversary March on Washington. He also is very active in his church, Heritage Fellowship, in Reston VA, where he has served on several committees and ministries." Board of directors at Ahead Inc http://aheadinc.org/portfolio/board/ http://www.insidenova.com/news/arlington/n-va-opera-troupe-aims-to-bring-musical-form-to/article_db431440-9064-11e6-95ed-97b5e0850176.html http://archive.is/hH7v8 It seriously says this shit: "How to hook young people on classical music, including opera? Make it relevant to their lives. That’s the thinking behind Opera Nova’s long-planned and now set-for-2017 production of Scott Joplin’s “Treemonisha,” which will be produced for schoolchildren and aims to ultimately be presented far beyond the confines of Northern Virginia. “It’s so timely, it’s so on point,” said Larry King, an Opera Nova board member, speaking at the organization’s annual fund-raising brunch, held Oct. 9 at Washington Golf & Country Club." http://www.insidenova.com/news/arlington/n-va-opera-troupe-aims-to-bring-musical-form-to/article_db431440-9064-11e6-95ed-97b5e0850176.html http://archive.is/hH7v8 http://digital.modernluxury.com/publication/index.php?i=9968&m=&l=&p=119&pre=&ver=swf http://sterlingmotorcars.com/ https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/1854685
  5. Swiss cybersecurity firm Modzero has discovered that 28 models of HP laptops running the "MicTray64.exe" audio driver on Windows 7 and 10 systems - a little over 20% of all laptops - have been spying on users via a 'keylogger,' a program which records every keystroke made on the device.| This means that passwords for banking, email accounts, and private communications on affected laptops are being stored locally - which "leads to a high risk of leaking sensitive user input." "Users are not aware that every keystroke made while entering sensitive information - such as passphrases (or) passwords on local or remote systems - are captured by (the software)" -Modzero When Modzero contacted HP about the issue the company went radio silent, so the Swiss firm went public with it's findings. When UK based Sky News picked up the story and reached out to HP, the company said they were "aware of the keylogger issue on select HP PCs." HP told Sky News: "Our supplier partner developed software to test audio functionality prior to product launch and it should not have been included in the final shipped version. Fixes will be available shortly via HP.com." -Sky News A full list of affected laptops can be found here. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05-12/hp-laptops-discovered-be-spying-users-keylogger
  6. If you buy organic products, chances are you have heard of Azure Standard, which is sort of like a mobile co-op that delivers well-priced organic food and products in bulk to drop-off points around the country. Now that idyllic 2000-acre organic farm, which has produced reasonably priced organic wheat, field peas, barley, Einkorn, and beef for thousands of people across the country, is about to be sprayed against their will with Roundup and other harmful pesticides, due to a ruling from their local municipality about invasive plants. Oregon state law requires farms to control noxious weeds. In this case, the weed in question is the Canadian Thistle. Sherman County appears to be concerned that Azure has not taken enough steps to eradicate the weed and decided they’ll do it themselves, to the detriment of Azure’s long-standing, 18-year organic certification and their livelihood as organic farmers. Just in case you were under the misconception that we actually own our land and can decide what happens to it in this country, it appears that we’re tenant farmers with no options if the local government decides to wipe us out: http://www.theorganicprepper.ca/an-oregon-county-govt-plans-to-douse-azure-standards-organic-farm-in-pesticide-05122017
  7. We live in a world where our television “programming” these days literally counts people down into the broadcast with flickering lights and fast spinning graphics so intricate, there’s no way someone’s conscious mind is taking it all in. The information then gets imparted and the viewing audience is swirled back out again… a lot like a hypnosis session. Now, all we’re hearing about these days is the concept of “trigger words”… from blockbusters like Captain America: Civil War to the so-called hypersensitive Millennial snowflake phenomenon, the system is really pushing the idea that words can trigger anyone at any time (provided they are the right words…) But the idea of “trigger words” is yet another concept that has always traditionally been related to hypnosis, brainwashing and Manchurian Candidates… and spoken about as if its a hokey, debunked, pseudoscientific joke if anything. That is, up until recently. Is there a concerted effort to make sure everyone knows how easily triggered they are? Because it sure seems like it. http://truthstreammedia.com/2017/05/11/triggered-mass-hypnosis-trigger-words/
  8. Popular Second Amendment Writer Robert Eugene Owens Dies of Apparent Suicide Robert Eugene Owens was one of the most vocal defenders of the Second Amendment in the country, and he used his platform on his website Bearing Arms to inform Americans about the value of our gun rights. Tragically, it appears Robert took his own life on Monday in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. He was 46, and police believe the gunshot wound was self-inflicted. http://thepoliticalinsider.com/robert-eugene-owens-second-amendment-writer-dies-apparent-suicide
  9. Tennessee — In a strange and unfolding story, three men in Tennessee have been arrested and are facing charges after authorities caught them holding “patients” against their will in heavily secured secret facilities in the woods. The Cannon Courier reported on May 3 that officers were dispatched to the location when someone inside of the compound’s units — several small cabins and a double-wide trailer — managed to place a 911 call. “We proceeded up the hill through a gated, makeshift paddock that is secured externally with a steel latch,” an officer from the local sheriff’s department told the Courier. Officers say that when they approached one of the cabins, the man who made the call was “looking out through a Plexiglass window.” The caretaker, identified as Dennis Flamond, was summoned, and he unlocked the cabin for authorities to enter. The man inside told officers he had been held there against his will for the last nine months, that he had been given unknown medications, and that all he wanted to do was go home. As if the case weren’t strange enough, the Courier reports that the man told officers he originally went to the facilities to “have rehab and get cleansed through Scientology.” An attorney involved with the case subsequently said the secret compound was not affiliated with the Church of Scientology in any way. Emergency personnel was dispatched, and they and the officers transported the man to a nearby hospital. Once authorities began their investigation, it didn’t take long to discover that no one at the facilities was licensed to provide health care. When authorities returned to the compound, they found Flamond, the “caretaker,” and another man — later identified as Hans Snyder Lytle, the “manager” — packing up their equipment. When officers searched the other cabins, they found another person, a woman, claiming to be held against her will. Flamond and Lytle were arrested and have both plead guilty to two counts of false imprisonment. A third man, Marc Vallieres, has been charged with two felony counts of facilitation to kidnapping. http://theantimedia.org/3-arrested-scientology-rehab/ Creative Commons
  10. Max Laughlin is not just any kid. He is probably the smartest kid in the world. When he had only 13 years he invented a Free Energy Device, something that could potentially power the whole world for free. He became famous across the world for his brilliant ideas and points of view on interesting topics like the nature of The Universe and Alternate Realities. But now he has a theory that CERN destroyed our Universe and we live in another Universe that was parallel and closest to it. He thinks the famous Mandela Effect is a result of that. Max explains it all beautifully in this video: http://www.trueactivist.com/this-is-the-smartest-kid-in-the-world-and-he-thinks-cern-destroyed-our-universe/
  11. The Future Doesn't Need Us… Or So We've Been Told. With the rise of technology and the real-time pressures of an online, global economy, humans will have to be very clever – and very careful – not to be left behind by the future. From the perspective of those in charge, human labor is losing its value, and people are becoming a liability. This documentary reveals the real motivation behind the secretive effort to reduce the population and bring resource use into strict, centralized control. Could it be that the biggest threat we face isn't just automation and robots destroying jobs, but the larger sense that humans could become obsolete altogether? *Please watch and share!* Link to film: http://amzn.to/2f69Ocr
  12. Isn't it usually ominous when "they" get together?
  13. Back in the early 90’s, Michael Milken was in prison for securities fraud. Now he’s on top of the world again — hosting, for the 20th year, a very high brow conference for the elite. This week, the Milken Institute Global Conference will host 4,000 of the wealthiest and most influential people in the world. Amongst Trump’s representatives include Treasury Sec Mnuchin, Commerce Sec Wilbur Ross, Education Sec Betsy Devos and Sec of Transportation Elaine Chao. Mnuchin will kick off the week discussing Trump’s tax plan. Mr. Milken, renowned philanthropist and felon, will interview former President Bush (the idiot) and VP Joe Biden (another idiot). It should make for a rather illuminating and decadent affair. Indeud. The Dow Chemical CEO, Andrew Liveris and former SEC commissioner Paul Atkins will discuss “The First 100 days and the Next 1,000”, offering an assessment of the President’s accomplishments and plans for the future. As fas as we know, there will not be any Luciferian sacrifices at the event. The cost is hardly prohibitive for these men and women of substance, with tickets costing about $50k, which includes a sundry of niceties: yoga classes, receptions with Hollywood celebs, expert analysis etc. The event promises to provide a calm normality to these very important people — removing the distraction of having to deal with the vulgarities of the plebeian class. Here is the list of guest speakers for those of you interested. http://ibankcoin.com/flyblog/2017/05/01/billionaires-set-descend-upon-beverly-hills-assess-trump-presidency/
  14. FACEBOOK has come under fire over revelations it is targeting potentially vulnerable youths who “need a confidence boost” to facilitate predatory advertising practices. The allegation was revealed this morning by The Australian which obtained internal documents from the social media giant which reportedly show how Facebook can exploit the moods and insecurities of teenagers using the platform for the potential benefit of advertisers. The confidential document dated this year detailed how by monitoring posts, comments and interactions on the site, Facebook can figure out when people as young as 14 feel “defeated”, “overwhelmed”, “stressed”, “anxious”, “nervous”, “stupid”, “silly”, “useless”, and a “failure”. Such information gathered through a system dubbed sentiment analysis could be used by advertisers to target young Facebook users when they are potentially more vulnerable. While Google is the king of the online advertising world, Facebook is the other major player which dominates the industry worth about $80 billion last year. But Facebook is not one to rest on its laurels. The leaked document shows it has been honing the covert tools its uses to gain useful psychological insights on young Australian and New Zealanders in high school and tertiary education. http://www.news.com.au/technology/online/social/leaked-document-reveals-facebook-conducted-research-to-target-emotionally-vulnerable-and-insecure-youth/news-story/d256f850be6b1c8a21aec6e32dae16fd