Daily Archives: March 7, 2017

Free Speech May Now Get You Thrown In Prison In Canada [VIDEO]


Published on Mar 6, 2017

Josh Sigurdson reports with Dan Dicks of Press For Truth from Acapulco, Mexico on the recent trampling of civil liberties and most prevalent, free speech in Canada.
Dan and Josh go into the recent M-103 which restricts criticism of Islam as well as Bill C-16 which restricts “gender assumptions” all under the false guise of “acceptance” and “tolerance” while punishing those who are either confused with the concept or simply disagree. Seems pretty intolerant!
This is all happening as social justice warriors take to the streets, many beating up those who they disagree with while calling THEM the nazis. Isn’t it interesting that groups like Antifa are literally fascist in ideology.
Josh and Dan also go into the importance of independent truth media and how it combats the mainstream narrative and holds people accountable while spreading information you won’t find anywhere else.
Dan and Josh spent the week in Acapulco for Anarchapulco 2017. A large part of the time spent there was spent networking for the sake of bringing this information to more people world wide.

We will be posting much more from Anarchapulco! Stay tuned!

Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

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ADMITTED LIAR James Clapper, the former Director of National Intelligence, says Trump, Sessions were NOT under Obama surveillance

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(Natural News) James Clapper, the former Director of National Intelligence – the person all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies answer to – told NBC News’ Chuck Todd on Sunday that he “can deny” there was ever any court-ordered surveillance, in direct opposition to several published accounts noting that said surveillance did take place.

We have truly entered the surreal world of the Deep State, folks.

First of all, let’s get something straight: Clapper’s appearance on NBC News was no accident; it was planned from the outset as a quick, stop-gap counter-assault against President Donald Trump’s claims just a day earlier that Obama “wiretapped” his New York City-based Trump Tower. Playing his part like a circus monkey, Clapper – a careerist intel guy who ran interference for Obama for six years – was trotted out as an “expert source” to “refute” the president’s “bogus claims.” (RELATED: Why Jeff Sessions Should Not Have Recused Himself From Any “Russian Investigation” By The Justice Department)

Now, let’s analyze all of this:

— It helps to know what Clapper’s role, as DNI, was. As noted by AllGov:

Created in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) serves as the top intelligence official in the United States government. The DNI oversees what is known as the Intelligence Community, which consists of more than a dozen civilian and military agencies that collect information on threats against the United States.

The DNI is the principal adviser to the President, the National Security Council, and the Homeland Security Council for Intelligence.

So, how likely is it that the director of all intelligence would not know that a presidential candidate was under surveillance?

— It also helps to know that Clapper is a congressional perjurer. In testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on March 12, 2013, Clapper told Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Oregon, in no uncertain terms that no, the National Security Agency does not collect any data at all on Americans. When asked, Clapper responded:

“No, sir.”

Wyden pressed on: “It does not?” Clapper responded: “Not wittingly. There are cases where they could inadvertently perhaps collect, but not wittingly.” So in other words, the highly technologically advanced NSA, in a sort of “opps!” moment, may have, might have, at some point, collected Americans’ information improperly. Sure.

Oh, but then came the revelations from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in June of that year, in which he revealed that yes, “the NSA was engaged in a secret program to collect tens of millions of Americans’ phone call records,” this site noted. “Further revelations would unveil NSA programs collecting Americans’ web browsing histories, chat logs, email usage and even their physical locations.” Clapper later characterized his statement as “erroneous,” and claimed, incredulously, he “misunderstood” the question. Right; the highly educated DNI “misunderstood” a perfectly clear and precise question.

— Clapper’s claims that no such surveillance took place don’t jibe with what former Bush Attorney General Michael Mukasey said over the weekend, namely that Trump is right, he was under surveillance, under authorization of a FISA warrant Clapper says didn’t exist.

“I think [Trump’s] right in that there was surveillance and that it was conducted at the behest of the attorney general – at the Justice Department,” Mukasey told ABC’s “This Week.” (RELATED: Hold On: Top U.S. Spy Officials Have NOT Embraced The CIA’s Assessment That Russia Aimed To Help Trump Win Election)

— Clapper’s statement also does not jibe with months of reporting by the Deep State’s preferred media outlets that Trump and his closest advisors were under FISA-ordered surveillance. As noted by Breitbart, quoting numerous print sources, the Obama administration first sought a FISA warrant to monitor communications involving Trump and his advisors in June 2016, but it was uncharacteristically rejected. The administration applied again in October and was granted the surveillance warrant.

— In January The New York Times reported the day before Trump was inaugurated that various intelligence agencies – the CIA, the NSA, and the FBI, as well as the Treasury Department – had indeed kept Trump and his advisory staff under investigation. Breitbart noted:

Other news outlets also report the existence of “a multiagency working group to coordinate investigations across the government,” though it is unclear how they found out, since the investigations would have been secret and involved classified information.

And Clapper wants us to believe an operation this big, involving this many agencies, focused on a presidential candidate from a rival political party, either didn’t happen or escaped his attention?

You bet. When elephants fly.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for NaturalNews.com and NewsTarget.com, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.







Children mysteriously disappearing in Oregon state parks

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David Paulides was trained as a law man. But as he discovered over 400 cases of “people going into the wilderness and never coming back,” most often within the National Park System – as well as in Oregon State Parks – his investigative and sleuth skills prompted him to dig into “newspaper archives [while] badgering federal agencies for public records,” reports Koin.com. But this time, getting lost may  not have been about having the appropriate survival skills. He says that many people go into the woods monthly and don’t come back. He also shares great concerns and skepticism about the little ones who disappear:

“There are so many missing kids in Oregon, it’s ridiculous.”

Paulides’ research has blossomed into books, the website Canammissing.com, which is “dedicated to understanding the complexity and issues of searching, rescuing, and investigating people missing in the wilds of North America,” and a soon to be released movie entitled Missing 411.

As Paulides gathered stories of the disappeared and the missing and looked for common clues, he began to see patterns of geography where the missing were often lost. One of the thirty clusters he’s developed centers around Crater Lake, Oregon, in the midst of Crater Lake National Park. Recently an eight-year-old boy named Sammy went missing. He was sensitive and scared of bright lights and sounds due to autism, so the rescue squads used canines instead of their ordinary horns or whistles. But there was no scent to be found, even after multiple days of searching.

Another boy of the same age was separated from his family eight years ago during a snow storm. In this instance, the rescuers found no tracks and no trace. Some of the children that have been rescued have had very unusual circumstances, says Paulides. He discusses cases where very young children are “alleged to have walked twenty miles at night, or climbed to phenomenal heights, over 3000 or 4000 feet.”

Allnewspipeline.com tells of an interview with Paulides on Coast to Coast, where he reported that some of the children who had been rescued in the parks told investigators about the “creatures” they had seen. These children didn’t know each other or had never spoken to each other, yet their descriptions of these creatures were exactly the same.

In a presentation Paulides gave in Australia in early 2017, he is introduced as the American lawman who, in 2004, was “drawn into the Sasquatch (Bigfoot) research,” and organized DNA testing samples of material deemed to be from Bigfoot. We also discover that the year was 2009 when David Paulides discovered that the National Park Service does NOT keep, nor has it ever kept, the names of any person missing in their parks.

As an investigative reporter and former law man, Paulides doesn’t share conspiracy theories, he shares the facts that he has discovered the cases he researched about thousands of missing persons. In this video presentation, he gives a fascinating talk about his search for truth.

Search and rescue workers who are at the front lines of these difficult tasks have agreed and disagreed with Paulides’ conclusions. One reviewer at Quora.com wrote that the “U.S. Government seems to be complicit in covering up thousands of missing persons cases.”  That statement shouldn’t be a mystery to anyone.

RELATED: Read more mysteries at Unexplained.news