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    “Those who are too lazy and comfortable to think for themselves and be their own judges obey the laws. Others sense their own laws within them.“
    ― Hermann Hesse

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What’s Your Threat Score? – Alternet.org

Authorities are harvesting your data to calculate your “threat score.”

Police have found a new way to legally incorporate surveillance and profiling into everyday life. Just when you thought we were making progress raising awareness surrounding police brutality, we have something new to contend with. The Police Threat Score isn’t calculated by a racist police officer or a barrel-rolling cop who thinks he’s on a TV drama; it’s a computer algorithm that steals your data and calculates your likelihood of risk and threat for the fuzz.

Beware is the new stats-bank that helps officers analyze “billions of data points, including arrest reports, property records, commercial databases, deep Web searches and…social-media postings” to ultimately come up with a score that indicates a person’s potential for violence, according to a Washington Post story. No word yet on whether this meta data includes photos and facial recognition software. For example would an ordinary person, yet to commit a crime, be flagged when seen wearing a hoodie in a gated Florida community?

The company tries to paint itself as a savior to first responders, claiming they want to help them “understand the nature of the environment they may encounter during the window of a 911 event.” Think of it like someone pulling your credit score when you apply for a job. Except, in this instance you never applied for the job and they’re pulling your credit score anyway because they knew you might apply. It’s that level of creepiness.

Remember the 2002 Tom Cruise movie Minority Report? It’s set in 2054, a futuristic world where the “pre-crime” unit arrests people based on a group of psychics who can see crimes before they happen. Only, it’s 2016 and we’re not using psychics, we’re using computers that mine data. According to the Post piece, law enforcement in Oregon are under federal investigation for using software to monitor Black Lives Matter hashtags after uprisings in Baltimore and Ferguson. How is this new software any different? In fact, this is the same kind of technology the NSA has been using since 9/11 to monitor online activities of suspected terrorists—they’re just bringing it down to the local level.

According to FatalEncounters.org, a site that tracks deaths by cop, there were only 14 days in 2015 in which a law enforcement officer did not kill someone. So, leaving judgment up to the individual hasn’t been all that effective in policing. But is letting a machine do it any better? Using these factors to calculate a color-coded threat level doesn’t seem entirely practical. Suppose a person doesn’t use social media or own a house but was once arrested when he was 17 for possession of marijuana. The absence of data might lend itself to a high threat level. The same can be said for online meta data that might filter in extracurricular interests. Could a person who is interested in kinky activity in the bedroom be tagged as having a tendency toward violence?

The Fresno, Calif. police department is taking on the daunting task of being the first to test the software in the field. Understandably, the city council and citizens voiced their skepticism at a meeting. “One council member referred to a local media report saying that a woman’s threat level was elevated because she was tweeting about a card game titled ‘Rage,’ which could be a keyword in Beware’s assessment of social media,” the Post reported.

Continued: What’s Your Threat Score? – Alternet.org

Police Pre-Crime Algorithm Uses Social Media Posts Against You in Real-Time [Special Report]

Stargates, Wormholes, Extra Dimensions: DIA Declassifies $22M Research via FOIA – The Sociable

Requests made via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reveal declassified documents showing that the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) used $22 million in funding from 2007-2012 to research stargates, wormholes, extra dimension manipulation, and a whole lot more.

Source: Stargates, Wormholes, Extra Dimensions: DIA Declassifies $22M Research via FOIA – The Sociable  

Stargates, Dark Energy, and Manipulating Extra Dimensions (Oh My!)

Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program AATIP Details

ITNJ Judicial Commission Inquiry into Human Trafficking & Child Sex Abuse

Jay Parker SRA Survivor speaks about how we need to move away from the nonsense of the NWO & Moloc’s secondary psychopaths satanic low frequency, replaced with our own shadow work of love & care for one another to change the paradigm.
“We are the change we’ve been looking for.”

The International Tribunal for Natural Justice launched the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse at an inaugural seating in Westminster, London on April 16-18th 2018. The filmed testimonies are now available via this Official Commission site to the Press, Public and all interested institutions and organs of government. The principal intention behind this Commission is not to instigate witch-hunts or target individuals, but to set in motion a culture that ensures restoration of truth, disclosure and reconciliation around the subject of human trafficking and child sex abuse. Our goal is to achieve in 9 – 12 months what governments and leaders of the world have failed to do for centuries – shed the full light of truth on the nature and extent of the human trafficking and child sex abuse pandemic. Seatings will be taking place in Washington, the Hague and Rome in the months ahead. An Official Commission Report will be published and issued to the world-at-large at the Declaration event in Rome at the close of the Inquiry.

All videos from the London seating are available at https://commission.itnj.org

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Treaty of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice

Nuclear Hotseat #400 – Nuclear Brexit, UK’s Hinkley C, Sellafield Nightmares 2-23-2019

This Week’s Featured Interview:

Nuclear Brexit? This week, as Brexit looms over the United Kingdom, we learn about another pending boondoggle in that country: the Hinkly Point C nuclear power plant proposed new build. What’s so wrong with this particular new nuke and what are activists doing about it? We talk with Nikki Clark, one of three founders of the UK direct action group South West Against Nuclear, which came into existence in 2010 in response to government plans to go ahead with a program of new nuclear reactors. She’s been involved in anti-nuclear campaigning for the best part of 17 years, during which time she’s been arrested and taken to court over my actions against Trident submarines – the UK’s nuclear bomb delivery service. http://nuclearhotseat.com

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MILLION A WEEK CLUB – YRTW 2019.1 – YOUR CUMULATIVE RADIATION

https://www.veteranstoday.com/2019/01/12/milllion-a-week-club-yrtw-2019-1-your-cumulative-radiation/

Brave New Digital World: The Revelation

“Brave New Digital World: The Revelation packs more common sense and clear insight into 45 minutes than the entire Silicon Valley — thoroughly inebriated on its own power and wealth — has produced in the past 30 years.” — M. Caro

 

A 45-minute feature video from Digital Apostate Jeff Einstein about the rise of a dystopian society ruled by a state-sanctioned meta-addiction to all things media and all things digital, Brave New Digital World: The Revelation explores what happens to our time and money and freedom when addiction emerges as the default social condition, the rule rather than the exception.

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  • Famous Quotes In History

    "I think the subject which will be of most importance politically is mass psychology....Although this science will be diligently studied, it will be rigidly confined to the governing class. The populace will not be allowed to know how its convictions were generated."
    -- Bertrand Russell in The Impact of Science on Society  
     
    “Beware the leader who bangs the drums of war in order to whip the citizenry into a patriotic fervor, for patriotism is indeed a double-edged sword. It both emboldens the blood, just as it narrows the mind. And when the drums of war have reached a fever pitch and the blood boils with hate and the mind has closed, the leader will have no need in seizing the rights of the citizenry. Rather, the citizenry, infused with fear and blinded by patriotism, will offer up all of their rights unto the leader and gladly so. How do I know? For this is what I have done. And I am Caesar.”
    – Julius Caesar  
     
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