Rise of the machines?
If the Terminator had a pet, it might look like one of these horrors.
Is this the future policeman? The future soldier? Scary…..
Rise of the machines?
If the Terminator had a pet, it might look like one of these horrors.
Is this the future policeman? The future soldier? Scary…..
By Nolan Peterson
It’s cold, and I’m alone. I walk along Khreshchatyk, this city’s main boulevard. The street lights cast shadows on the ground, concealing patches of slippery ice and trampled snow. I walk thoughtfully and carefully, unable to clearly see the obstacles in my path.
As is so often the case in a foreign country, even in one that starts to feel like home, the compiled differences in language and life experience isolate you, making you hyper aware to minute details.
A small group of soldiers in uniform huddle outside a bar. They’re smoking cigarettes. A group of pretty young women in leather high-heeled boots and black fur coats walk past. The soldiers are young men, but they hardly seem to notice. Their war isn’t over, and they’re not yet ready to pretend like it is.
Old women sell trinkets like blue and yellow wristbands (Ukraine’s national colors) at souvenir stands on the sidewalk across the street from a Niketown store. Like when I first arrived in Ukraine three years ago, the old women’s wares include rolls of toilet paper and door mats adorned with the likeness of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Up in the windows of some of the apartments along Khreshchatyk, Ukrainian flags hang. Ukraine is, by the way, the only country outside of the United States where I have observed such an ubiquitous display of the national colors.
There are also a few red and black flags of Ukrainian partisan groups, which fought against both the Nazis and the Red Army in World War II. Reminders of this country’s tragic history trapped between the armies of Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin in the no man’s land of the deadliest battlefield in the deadliest war in human history.
Today, this country remains at the front lines of the same ideological fault lines from World War II, which are reopening across Europe and the world.
In 1935, as war clouds gathered in Europe, the American author and war correspondent Ernest Hemingway wrote:
War is no longer made by simply analyzed economic forces if it ever was. War is made or planned now by individual men, demagogues and dictators who play on the patriotism of their people to mislead them into a belief in the great fallacy of war when all their vaunted reforms have failed to satisfy the people they misrule.
The war is still there, even when I don’t go to it.
Nothing has changed in the past two years since the February 15, 2015, cease-fire was signed. Except for what has been lost in the time in between.
More than 10,000 are now dead, almost 2 million have fled their homes. About $20 billion worth of damage to repair.
And yet, nothing has been won or lost. Although, the war hasn’t gotten any worse. And Ukrainians’ dream of a better life, free from oppression and corruption, which inspired the 2014 revolution, has not yet died.
That’s a victory, too, I suppose.
I walk along Khreshchatyk to the Maidan, Kiev’s central square where the revolution was born three years ago. Today, on this evening, the Maidan is not crowded. Only faint, scattered clues of the revolution remain.
Faded burn marks remain on the stone floor of the square, where protesters burned tires as a smoke screen from the snipers. The Trade Unions Building, which was set ablaze on February 18, 2014, is still a burnt out skeleton. White panels conceal it from view. “Glory to Ukraine” is written in giant letters.
The war has become the invisible background din to life in Ukraine. You won’t notice its clues unless you purposefully pay attention for them. But the war is always there, stealthily ever-present.
There is a street performer playing guitar, somehow able to operate his fingers in the brutal cold. He plays a Ukrainian-language song about the war. A man wearing a loose-fitting, mismatched military uniform stands apart, watching. He has a bottle of horilka (Ukrainian for vodka) in his hand, from which he sips frequently. His eyes are half-closed, and he sways out of rhythm to the music, mouthing the words.
The hardest part of war is often the coming home. Wars, after all, never really end for those who fight in them. That’s just as true for this war as for any other.
I pass through the Maidan and up the steep cobblestone street to the top of the hill overlooking the square.
The street used to be called Institutskaya Street. Now, it’s the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred Street, a reference to the roughly 100 protesters who were killed during the revolution.
The street’s cobblestones have all been replaced. Protesters ripped them out of the ground in 2014 to build defensive barricades against the special police unit, called the Berkut, deployed against them by deposed pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovych.
There, at the top of the street, in front of the upper entrance to the Maidan metro station, lies a memorial to the “heavenly hundred.”
At this place, on February 20, 2014, snipers gunned down dozens of unarmed protestors. Today, likenesses of the fallen are etched into metal placards. Passers-by, family members, friends have left flowers and candles beside the many faces.
The fallen, memorialized at this hallowed place, comprise men and women, students and professors, 18-year-olds and 70-year-olds. Hardly the CIA-sponsored Nazis the Kremlin says they were. Rather, ordinary Ukrainians who walked head-on into gunfire to stand up for their freedom.
The price for that freedom was steep. On the ground, in the light poles, in the brittle bark-flesh of the the leafless trees—bullet holes remain.
If you’ve ever been to war, then you know this: Walking toward the sound of gunfire takes a lot of courage.
I feel the cold wind lap at my neck. I hear the click of passing heels on the stone sidewalk. The door to the metro station makes a ratcheting sound as it opens and closes. You can hear that same sound in the YouTube videos of the protestors being gunned down.
Nearby, there are fancy shops, like Cartier, Faberge and Louis Vuitton. There’s a McDonald’s restaurant down the street across the Maidan. That’s where, during the revolution, my friend Valentyn Onyshchenko went to wash his face clean of the blood and bits of brain that spattered on him when a man standing in front of him was shot by a sniper.
Tonight, at this place where so many died three years ago, pedestrians scurry by, on their way to the metro station for the rush-hour commute home.
A man walks by, holding a child’s hand.
The veneer between civilization and barbarism is thinner than we might imagine, I think.
I am within a five-minute walk of my apartment, where my fiancee waits for me. When I get home, if I wanted to, I could order Domino’s Pizza delivery and watch a movie on Netflix through my Apple TV.
I drag my fingers over the bullet holes, as if to confirm, once again, that they are true.
People died here. The snipers shot some of the protesters in the leg. Helpless, they called to their friends to save them. Those comrades rushed up to help, only to be gunned down themselves.
Center of mass. Dead almost instantly. Their bodies fall to the earth in that faster-than-gravity way that dead men do. Like the power has been switched off. Bam, down, dead, done. Nothing dramatic or heroic about it. Just alive and then dead, without any dying in between.
That’s war. But war doesn’t belong in an evening like this, in such a city.
It seems impossible. But it’s real, it’s true. And it’s still happening just hours away. Tanks, heavy artillery, rocket attacks, snipers, trench warfare. In Europe. In 2017.
It’s still happening. People are still dying.
Sure, it feels good to believe that history is moving in the right direction. To retain hope that we, as a species, are better off than we were during, let’s say, World War II, two generations ago.
I think about 72-year-old Anatoli Bastriski sitting on a green bench outside his artillery-razed home in the eastern Ukrainian village of Semyonovka. It was August 2014, weeks after a battle between Ukrainian troops and combined Russian-separatist forces.
Bastriski wore a blue paddy cap and sat with one leg over the other and his arms folded across his thigh. The wall behind him was pockmarked by shrapnel. The street was mostly cleared of debris, but almost every skeleton of a home along the way was unoccupied. There was no one else on the road. The trees were stripped clean of branches and leaves, only the charred trunks survived the artillery barrage.
Bastriski, a Jew, was an infant when the Nazis occupied this part of Ukraine. His family survived the Holocaust, but lost their home in the war.
When the shells started to fall in 2014, Bastriski chose to remain in Semyonovka, riding out the battle in his basement. Even when the roof of his brick home was obliterated by artillery fire, he refused to flee.
“I was born here, and I built my home with my own hands,” Bastriski told me. “The Germans destroyed my parents’ home, and I’ll rebuild this one.”
He cracked a half-smile, shrugged his shoulders, and added, “I’d leave, but the cemetery is too far away.”
Will future generations look back on us with the same disbelief that we “didn’t see it coming” as we now look back on those who appeased Hitler, or apologized for Stalin, or Communist Chairman Mao Zedong?
We think that something like World War II could never happen to us, because, well, we’re the ones alive now. We’re different, aren’t we? We have globalization and the United Nations and the internet.
Unfortunately, though, truth has a habit of showing itself, even if we choose to ignore it.
The bullet holes on the sidewalk in Kiev. And the war, which is only a six-hour train ride away. Both reminders that, collectively, we are just treading water, fighting against the gravitational tug of history. The minute we stop kicking, we descend, quickly and easily, into those dark depths from which we thought we had escaped.
“Americans should not take the current international order for granted,” retired General David Petraeus told Congress on February 1. “It did not will itself into existence. We created it. Likewise, it is not naturally self-sustaining. We have sustained it. If we stop doing so, it will fray and, eventually, collapse.”
I must confess, it’s hard to believe in the inevitability of violence on a cold winter’s night in a peaceful, European capital city like Kiev.
The McDonald’s restaurants, the cocktail bars, the fancy shops—it sure feels good to stare at shadows for a night. But the bullet holes, the war—that’s the light at my back, dimming the shadows so much that I can no longer believe in them.
One last thought. I’ve written this sentence before, but it bears repeating:
The only way to prevent the next world war from happening is to believe that it could
Soldiers could be cured of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by erasing memories of disturbing events, scientists believe.
Researchers at the University of Toronto have discovered that individual memories are encoded in just a few cells of the brain, and hope they will be able to switch them off using drugs.
Figures from the Ministry of Defence show that around 400 soldiers a year report symptoms of PTSD and, in the last five years, the charity Combat Stress has received nearly 10,000 referrals largely linked to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Many more suffer similar trauma – with symptoms including flashbacks, insomnia and paranoia – from events such as child abuse, road accidents and crime.
Researchers hope they will be able to erase memories of traumatic events after turning off specific memories in mice.
“Although there are millions of neurons in the brain, only a few of them are necessary to form a fear or threat memory,” said Dr Sheena Josselyn, Associate Professor in the Department of Physiology.
“Our findings suggest that one day it could be possible to treat people with PTSD by erasing these traumatic memories. In these people, the memories are intrusive and disrupt their lives.
“Our goal would be to find a pharmacological way to target and inactivate just these neurons, like a heat seeking missile-like drug.”
Memories are stored in small networks of cells called “engrams” and scientists discovered they could turn off memories by surgically removing engrams in mice.
The process is similar to that portrayed in the Kate Winslet film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, in which characters have memories of bad relationships removed at a clinic.
In real life, Josselyn said memories would only be removed when they interfered with mental health.
She added: “We all learn from our mistakes. If we erase the memory of our mistakes, what is to keep us from repeating them?
“Our studies provide a proof-of-principle. However, our society needs to develop ethical policies around the potential use of this.”
British experts also expressed concern. Professor Sir Simon Wessely, president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, said: “This is an interesting advance but we need to be cautious.”
Needless to say there are some thorny ethical and psychological issues with erasing memories.
Shades of MKultra?
A soldier without traumatic memories of the horrors of war is likely to stripped of guilt or conscience. And how long before the well heeled can have memories erased to order? And how many unsuspecting folk have already had memories erased, alien abduction style?
Don’t know how anyone else feels, but the whole concept of memory erasure, even for apparent good reason, makes me cringe.
National Security Advisor Michael Flynn resigned on February 13 after The Washington Post printed an alleged US intelligence insider’s leak of a phone conversation he had before taking office with a Russian ambassador (analysis here, here, here). Such a leak is a federal felony.
Four bullet points within a book-size timeline, then analysis on each point:
Before we get into details and documentation to illuminate the four points of this article, let’s be clear about the central point: We the People will never ever ever ever ever have the facts about what’s most important in government until .01% arrests for Emperor’s New Clothes OBVIOUS crimes centered in:
Intrigue over infighting among rogue state actors will only continue (and here, here, here, here) until such arrests, as well as ongoing rogue state policy annually killing millions, harming billions, and looting trillions.
In no particular order:
1,500 arrests seem to have occurred since Trump’s inauguration for sex trafficking and child sex crimes. I did searches to verify each claim with multiple reports of news agencies and/or law enforcement. Others have documented at least some of these reports (and here, here, here for three examples of news reports).
Reality Calls reports on Pizzagate were all banned from YouTube. A 14-minute mirror:
James Corbett and Sibel Edmonds from 2015 in 16-minute historical context:
InfoWars with Senator Harry Reid requesting “fake news” intelligence reports for Trump, and Senator Chuck Schumer promising that US intelligence agencies have “six ways to Sunday” to get back at Trump for challenging a factless intelligence report claiming Russia “hacked” the 2016 US presidential election (and here, here). In one minute:
Ben Swann’s helpful 4-minute analysis (mirror after all his previous reports were removed):
From my December 16 report (full analysis here):
The White House, New York Times, Washington Post, CBS, etc. all “reported” “fake news” of an unnamed alleged CIA source with zero evidence from an alleged paper that Russia’s government engaged in espionage to overthrow American democracy in the 2016 election. The CIA has not refuted the story. The US government has a long history of similar lies to support treaty-violating Wars of Aggression for rogue state empire conquests, while looting American taxpayers ($6.5 trillion recently “lost” = ~$65,000 per average US household transferred to CIA-supported oligarchs).
This latest example of US .01% corporate media and political “leadership” claim about Russia is obviously “fake news” because:
Flynn seemed to be serving the illegal rogue state by putting Iran “on notice” regarding several historic and current easily proved lies similar to previous lies initiating illegal Wars of Aggression on Afghanistan and Iraq. Melissa Dykes of The Daily Sheeple’s sharp three minutes:
Documentation of recent US actions and rhetoric for more lie-started and illegal war on Iran:
Trump tweeted, “The FAKE NEWS media (failing@nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People!” Corporate media is easily documented as “fake news;” from my 15-part series:
“First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they fight you. And then you win.” ~ unsourced, and attributed to Gandhi’s analysis of British empire response to having their hypocrisy exposed: claiming to bring Christian love and progress while looting resources with forced local labor.
“When we now know that all claims for war with Iraq were known lies as they were told (and verbally explained here), and CNN provides similar innuendo for war by an unsourced alleged report with concerns of what might occur in the future allegedly stated by an unnamed US source reporting on an unnamed foreign source, this is propaganda and not news.” ~ My 2010 analysis of “fake news” reporting from CBS, ABC, CNN to lie Americans into illegal war on Iran.
The Washington Post added to President Obama’s rhetoric for Americans to be aware of “fake news”: easily refuted lies of omission and commission in media. This article series reveals the inversion of those claims: .01% “official” news by corporate media (six conglomerates) is easily documented as fake in our most important reporting.
‘Fake news’? Time to choose article series (links added as series progresses):
The totality of these article sections (among ~100 such game-changers) is a fundamental choice for Americans:
The Washington Post‘s unsourced “list” places us, Washington’s Blog, as their 7th example of “fake news.” Please take a few moments to read their sensationalistic description of our “Russian propaganda.” Please contrast that “reporting” and this also from The Washington Post, with the actual content of this article series.
FisherOfMen’s revealing 14-minute video, beginning with CIA Director Colby’s testimony to the US Senate for the 1975 Church Committee admitting the CIA directs corporate media how to lie to the American public with “fake news” (six similar videos here):
3-minute video of Dan Rather’s fake news from November 25, 1963 to sell the lie that President Kennedy’s fatal head shot caused “violent forward motion” opposite to the fact his head was violently hit to cause backward motion (hat tip What Really Happened):
We’ll never have the truth until .01% arrests. Truthstream Media’s pointed 12 minutes:
Note: I make all factual assertions as a National Board Certified Teacher of US Government, Economics, and History, with all economics factual claims receiving zero refutation since I began writing in 2008 among Advanced Placement Macroeconomics teachers on our discussion board, public audiences of these articles, and international conferences (and here). I invite readers to empower their civic voices with the strongest comprehensive facts most important to building a brighter future. I challenge professionals, academics, and citizens to add their voices for the benefit of all Earth’s inhabitants.
Carl Herman is a National Board Certified Teacher of US Government, Economics, and History; also credentialed in Mathematics. He worked with both US political parties over 18 years and two UN Summits with the citizen’s lobby, RESULTS, for US domestic and foreign policy to end poverty. He can be reached at
Note: Examiner.com has blocked public access to my articles on their site (and from other whistleblowers), so some links in my previous work are blocked. If you’d like to search for those articles other sites may have republished, use words from the article title within the blocked link. Or, go to http://archive.org/web/, paste the expired link into the box, click “Browse history,” then click onto the screenshots of that page for each time it was screen-shot and uploaded to webarchive. I’ll update as “hobby time” allows; including my earliest work from 2009 to 2011 (blocked a: here, here).
Security guards must now stop anyone trying to enter a Work and Income office if they don’t have ID.
The changes are part of a new government policy being rolled out after two staff members were shot and killed at the Ashburton office in 2014.
But the guards’ union says it’s causing long queues and frustrations at the door.
Mike Treen of Unite Union said many of the people arriving for their appointments did not know about the policy.
He said guards were working outside, on their own, with an appointment list and dealing with a queue of people.
“The guards aren’t actually able to do their job of guarding the door because they’re busy looking up and down checking the names.
“So they’re not keeping their eye on the customers, not keeping an eye on what’s happening outside. They’re not able to do their job.”
He said customers were being made to stand aside while contact was made with somebody inside the office – but the guards could only do that by tapping on the door.
Mr Treen said the system was confusing, frustrating and dangerous. “In effect you’ve got WINZ making the guards carry out reception duties.”
In a statement, Ministry of Social Development associate national commissioner Te Rehia Papesch said it was an important part of security that they knew who was coming into their sites.
“Our security guards are having a conversation with people before they come into our offices to quickly discuss why a person is there, and helps to make sure we don’t admit anyone who might represent a risk to the safety of other clients or our staff.
“People will be asked for ID – any form of ID. But we know not everyone carries this at all times so I can reassure people that not having ID won’t mean people can’t come into a Work and Income office.”
Beneficiaries’ advocate Kay Brereton said the ministry had told her 21 people had so far been turned away for not having ID, but she suspected the true number was far higher.
Imagine for a moment that somewhere in the middle of Texas there was a large foreign military base, say Chinese or Russian.
Imagine that thousands of armed foreign troops were constantly patrolling American streets in military vehicles.
Imagine they were here under the auspices of “keeping us safe” or “promoting democracy” or “protecting their strategic interests.”
Armed Chinese Troops in Texas!
“What is Constitutional Money?” with Edwin Vieira — Ron Paul Money Lecture Series
February 6, 2010 – Ron Paul warns Americans of coming economic collapse and possible martial law
Military Train Convoys Filmed In Oregon As Domestic Troop Movements Continue To Skyrocket
RT America’s correspondent arrested — Raw Video
Oakland Cops Beat Iraq war veteran Kayvan Sabehgi – ABC 7 News Story
Hundreds of Military tanks on a train in Watsonville, CA heading to Santa Cruz
March 2012 – War Is Cruelty, And You Cannot Refine It
Tyranny in the Streets
May 14 – Drones In The Air
June 11 Police officers in Indiana are upset over a new law allowing residents to use deadly force against public servants, including law enforcement officers, who unlawfully enter their homes. It was signed by Republican Governor Mitch Daniels in March.
June 27 Police State : Local Police buying and using US military weapons across America
AMAZING SPEECH BY WAR VETERAN
Hillsong United – Age to Age (His Glory Appears) [HD]
Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty
2 Corinthians 3:17
June 19, 2012
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) said he would introduce legislation this week that would block what he said are the Obama administration’s unilateral plans to involve itself militarily with Syria.
June 18, 2012 – The Daily Paul
Nothing anyone can say will change the fact that we MUST challenge the paid staff of this campaign who have DESTROYED our momentum and led us to the very brink of siding with the enemy. Nothing can change the fact that this will be the first major lawsuit filed on behalf of delegates who have had horribly unfair and illegal acts done to them.
Is it the best and only effort that should be made on the legal front? NO. But thank goodness we at least have a starting point now! The campaign wouldn’t help because they are A PART OF THE PROBLEM…a big part.
GO LAWYERS FOR RON PAUL!
More Delegates Join Lawsuit Against Romney And The RNC!!!
Ron Paul Message to Supporters
June 15, 2012 – Comment by Jeff Halldorson on Romney Backers Brace For Paul ‘Circus’ In Iowa
Love Ron Paul and the Liberty Movement. They are the best thing to happen to American politics since the Civil rights movement.
When bringing our troops home from these unaffordable insane wars across the world fought for lies and mistakes is called crazy call me a lunatic.
When getting the neo-cons who deceived our country into going to war out of power and influence is called a circus, buy me a ticket.
When protecting my rights under the constitution and fought for by our founding fathers is called radical, well then so be it, sign me up.
Paying the bills and setting up a sustainable fiscal policy for government is called wacky, I call it protecting the future for my children.
More power to Ron Paul and the Liberty movement. Shame on the media for their continuous irresponsible and biased journalism.
June 15, 2012 – Alex talks with Luke Rudkowski & Abby Martin who confronted Rand Paul on endorsing a Goldman Sachs flip flopping war mongering Bilderberg puppet named Mitt Romney.
June 14, 2012 – Chuck Baldwin’s Warning to Ron Paul
Post by Steve Martin We are being intentionally sabotaged
Ron Paul: Lawsuit Being Filed Against GOP/RNC By Grassroots Lawyers
Ron Paul, Don’t Destroy Yourself
Lew Rockwell: Ron Paul and Rand Paul are different
Rand Paul, in 2010, on the campaign trail right before becoming U.S. Senator.
Ron Paul Delegate Assaulted by Shreveport Police at LAGOP State Convention – Broken Hip
Illinois Rep Mike Bost Screams in Outrage on House floor! (The tyranny is coming unglued)
When Rome degenerated from a free republic into a tyranny the statesmen, who had previously served the people, were intimidated to be silent. Caesar left the Senate functioning to preserve the illusion of a government of laws. The difference was that the only function of the Senator was to do exactly as Caesar said to do.
This history is being repeated in America. But not every legislator lacks the courage to speak out.
We are seeing numerous examples of resistance from within the ranks of those who are expected to be submissive puppets. We saw Supreme Court Judges holding back tears while Obama hyped the H.R. 5175 DISCLOSE Act.
Congressman Joe Wilson yelled ‘You Lie’ when Obama claimed that his health care would not be for illegal aliens.
Why are not all [every] one of them yelling “You lie”?
…Rep. Mike Bost made his point emphatically. The second viewing should be devoted to those around him, most of whom look like total wimps: some even smirking. Why were not every one of them yelling? Did they not all take the same OATH TO SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION?
Please investigate OATHKEEPERS. We organize police and military and teach adherence to the oath of office: To support and defend the constitution. If police and military will refuse to obey illegal orders, then any dictator will fail.
johnperna2 – June 1, 2012
Special thanks to Ewingsc for the following link:
Memorial Day 2012: To the International Banksters,
We the people know your crimes.
We mourn the fallen heroes you took from us through your contrived wars.
But we celebrate the heroes who are still with us.
Heroes like Dr. Ron Paul who have the courage to stand against you.
And like Dr. Paul, we the people stand against you
– We stand for Liberty.
We are fully awake.
Published on May 28, 2012 by SGTbull07
Voice: Mike Rivero
Mass Hypnosis Exposed – Watch The Obama Deception HQ Full length version here
“…looking past the frontman in the White House
to the real owners on Wall Street, in the Bilderberg group and at the Federal Reserve.”
March 23, 2012 – The Ron Paul campaign’s latest ad shows once again that Dr. Paul is the only candidate with a serious plan to tackle America’s serious problems.
“A rare compilation of 9/11 footage. A recorded History of the day’s events, as it happened”
“9 years after the attacks we are finally zeroing in on the people responsible.”
Resistance Radio Network’s original sound byte used for this video:
Firefighters for 9/11 Truth Debunk Assange with irrefutable proof of cover up:
Kevin Ryan’s recent article on who had “Demolition access to the WTC Towers”
Kevin Ryan’s Paper “The Top Ten Connections between NIST and nanothermite”:
Kevin Ryan’s Website:
Some Archives of Stratasec’s Website:
Wirt Walker III, Marvin Bush, Jim Pierce, L Paul Bremer, Barry McDaniel, Joseph Kasputys, Jerome Hauer, Stephan Friedman, Craig Stapleton, William Clark, Preston Rahe Jr., Michael Daniel (SAIC), Frank Carlucci, Rudy Giuliani, Bernard Kerik, and probably a few more names we are yet to uncover…
Nanothermite & Science Experts complicit in cover-up of 9/11:
Hratch Semerjian, Shyam Sundar, John Gross, Richard Gann, Andrzej Miziolek
Professor Steve Son:
Dr. Michael Zachariah:
Other Articles by Kevin Ryan:
Thank You! Please help investigate these people and expose this information to everyone you know before they use Wikileaks as an excuse to shut down the Internet! This is the REAL leaking conspiracy; please don’t put too much trust into Julian Assange until his Banking and UFO cables check out. Many of us have suspicions that Assange is part of an intelligence operation to gain control over the internet. – NanoThermite911