John McAfee Talks “Vault 7” With Brian Engelman On The “Agree To Disagree” Radio Show.

CEO of “MGT Capital”, John McAfee, once again joins host Brian Engelman on “Agree To Disagree” here at “The New American Media”.

They discuss the WikiLeaks “Vault 7” data dump that has revealed a rogue shadow government that has been operating in Barack Obama’s Oval Office.

Did Michael Hastings get the last laugh after all?

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Former Marine Warns of Terrifying Militarized Occupation of American Cities:

by: Paul Joseph Watson


Former Marine Paul Szoldra warns that events in Ferguson, Missouri illustrate the “terrifying” result of the militarization of police, with the American people now being treated like insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq.

In an article for Business Insider, Szoldra questions why police in Ferguson are wearing combat gear such as desert camouflage which is normally reserved for troops fighting in foreign war zones.

“We looked intimidating, but all of our vehicles and equipment had a clear purpose for combat against enemy forces. So why is this same gear being used on our city streets?” asks Szoldra, adding, “When did this become OK?”

The former Marine notes how police in Ferguson are armed with military-style rifles with scopes as well as body armor.

“Their uniform would be mistaken for a soldier’s if it weren’t for their “Police” patches,” writes Szoldra. “They wear green tops, and pants fashioned after the U.S. Marine Corps MARPAT camouflage pattern. And they stand in front of a massive armored truck called a Bearcat, similar in look to a mine-resistant ambush protected vehicle, or as the troops who rode in them call it, the MRAP.”

Szoldra cites conversations he had with other former military personnel who pointed out that some of the police in Ferguson are more heavily armed than U.S. troops in an “actual warzone.”

“When did “protect and serve” turn into “us versus them”? asks Szoldra, asserting that the sight of police in militarized combat gear is not helping the situation.

“In Afghanistan, we patrolled in big, armored trucks. We wore uniforms that conveyed the message, “We are a military force and we are in control right now.” Many Afghans saw us as occupiers. And now we see some of our police officers in this same way,” writes Szoldra, concluding, “If there’s one thing I learned in Afghanistan, it’s this: (article continues)


Edward Snowden: Lies Pushed Me Over the Edge

by: Rob Lever AFP Edward Snowden says dishonest comments to Congress by the US intelligence chief were the final straw that prompted him to flee the country and reveal a trove of national security documents.

In an interview with Wired magazine in Moscow, where he sought asylum after the revelations, Snowden said he had long been troubled by the activities of the National Security Agency (NSA), which employed him as a contractor.

But it was only when Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told lawmakers that the agency does “not wittingly” collect data on millions of American citizens that he was angry enough to act.

The magazine released the article online Wednesday, along with several new photographs of the once-elusive Snowden, including a cover shot of the technician lovingly cradling an American flag.

Snowden says he made his decision to leave his office in Hawaii and head to Hong Kong with secret documents on thumb drives after reading in March 2013 about Clapper briefing a Senate committee.

“I think I was reading it in the paper the next day, talking to coworkers, saying, can you believe this…?” Snowden said.

Following his sensational leaks about the scale of US global surveillance and how the NSA sucks up data on US users’ phone calls, Clapper apologized to the Senate for his “erroneous” remarks.

Snowden told Wired that he had already thought about “whistle-blowing” several times… article continues


Will the ISIS Threat be Used for Homeland Repression?

by: Paul Joseph Watson


With ISIS militants now threatening to attack the United States, the huge domestic anti-terror apparatus that has been built over the last decade will inevitably be used as a tool of homeland repression not to eliminate ISIS terrorists but to target politically active Americans who are adversarial to the Obama administration.

As we have exhaustively documented, domestic law enforcement in the United States has become increasingly militarized in recent years, with police departments across the country purchasing MRAP armored vehicles that were first used to fight against insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq.

A recent major ACLU report warns that such vehicles are part of a transformation into militarized policing where Americans are treated “like wartime enemies.” Indiana Police Sergeant Dan Downing also recently admitted that the militarization of domestic law enforcement was to deal not with ISIS militants but with returning veterans who are now seen as a homegrown terror threat.

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Inside Google HQ: What does the future hold for the company whose visionary plans include implanting a chip in our brains?

The power of computing, and the thrill of its apparently infinite possibilities, has also long been a source of fear. Read The Full Story From The Independent


Move Over NSA, Here Comes The Obamacare Big Brother Database

Would you trust thousands of low-level Federal bureaucrats and contractors with one-touch access to your private financial and medical information? Under Obamacare you won’t have any choice. Read The Full Story From Rare


Could A Mileage Tax Force GPS Tracking Of Humans Like Cattle?

Americans have a 4th Amendment right to not be tracked 24 hours a day, plain & simple, but some politicians want to change that: Read The Full Story


“CISPA: Every American Should Be Outraged” Do You Agree Or Disagree & Why?

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