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Obama Administration “Rigging” US Census By Counting Illegal Aliens

January 21, 2012 2 comments

“The Barack Obama administration is quietly in the process of rigging use of the US Census of 2010, which deliberately counted millions of illegal aliens, for the purpose of restructuring the apportionment of the US House of Representatives. Accordingly, as candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor of one of the negatively affected states (Montana), Mr. Bob Fanning and I have joined with several others in becoming amici curiae in a pending federal lawsuit brought by the State of Louisiana against the US Secretary of Commerce, et al., which was filed January, 13, 2012 in the United States Supreme Court.

What has happened is, the US Census Bureau erroneously claims that it “‘is required by the U.S. Constitution count everyone living in this country, regardless of immigration or citizenship status.’” Accordingly, they have counted millions of illegal aliens in the 2010 Census and are using those figures to apportion the US House of Representatives.”

Via Alt Market

Obama chooses Saudi oil over Canadian oil with his rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline.

See the video Here

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Bug Out Vehicle Basics: Video

“For those preppers who feel there will be a high likelihood of danger in their home front region, and plan to leave for a retreat location at the first sign of trouble, a well equipped bug-out vehicle is a must. We can’t all live within walking distance of safe haven wilderness or back-country, so the next best option is to choose and enhance a vehicle that is certain to get you there in one piece. Here is a great video series that will teach you how to do just that…”

Via Alt Market

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Keiser Report: Sinking Ship In Credit Sea

Increased Military Traffic Seen Across North America

“Yesterday morning (January 20th, 2012), around 4 a.m. I stumbled upon 20-30 tanks on train cars here in Halifax, Canada (click here to see Google map). Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera with me at the time and when I came back to film no more than 15 hours later, the tanks had apparently already been transported away. A couple months ago my girlfriend’s co-worker had told her that she also witnessed a similar scene.”

Via Activist Post

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Legal-Easy on NDAA

The US Air Force wants to monitor, track and analyze everything done on the Internet around the globe

“Dr. Mark Maybury, the United States Air Force Chief Scientist, is stepping outside of the typical areas in which an Air Force Chief Scientist operates and into the digital realm.

Maybury seeks to develop something he has dubbed “Social Radar” which would monitor information coming from just about every source imaginable: television, all Internet communications, radio, official reports, and more, in order to look into the hearts and minds of target populations and perhaps even predict future events.

The Department of Defense (DOD) and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have been working on technology along these lines for some time now, but Maybury’s vision seems even more expansive and hard to believe than anything I’ve previously heard of or read about.

Maybury outlined his vision of a Social Radar in a 2010 paper for the MITRE Corporation, a government-funded entity.”

Via Activist Post

PIPA vote stalled while US censorship still grows

“After the world’s most massive online protest on Jan. 18 against two internet censorship bills, which generated over 7 million petition signatures, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid postponed the PIPA vote set for the 24th, so that lawmakers could rework the bill.

On January 18, from 8 am to 8 pm Eastern (-5 GMT), some of the most popular websites on the planet blackened their pages in protest of PIPA, or PROTECT IP Act, (S. 968: Protect Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property), and SOPA, (HR 3261) the Stop Online Piracy Act.

Though PIPA is hailed as only slightly less bad than SOPA, both threaten free access to information on the web by allowing accusers to shut down an entire website — even shared platforms like Twitter, WordPress and YouTube, because of a single copyright violation. Instead of a civil penalty, the law proposes making copyright violation a felony. Try finding a job in the US with a felony conviction under your belt.”

Via Activist Post

The Global Elite Are Hiding 18 Trillion Dollars In Offshore Banks

“In recent days, the fact that Mitt Romney has millions of dollars parked down in the Cayman Islands has made headlines all over the world. But when it comes to offshore banking, what Mitt Romney is doing is small potatoes. The truth is that the global elite are hiding an almost unbelievable amount of money in offshore banks. According to shocking research done by the IMF, the global elite are holding a total of 18 trillion dollars in offshore banks. And that figure does not even count any money being held in Switzerland. That is a staggering amount of money. Keep in mind that U.S. GDP in 2010 was only 14.58 trillion dollars. So why do the global elite go to such trouble to hide their money in offshore banks? Well, there are two main reasons. One is privacy and the other is low taxation. Privacy is a big issue for those that are involved in illegal enterprises such as drug running, but the biggest reason why people move money into offshore banks is in order to avoid taxes. Some set up bank accounts in foreign nations because they want to legally minimize their taxes and others set up bank accounts in foreign nations because they want to illegally avoid taxes. You would be absolutely amazed at what some large corporations and wealthy individuals do to get out of paying taxes. Unfortunately, the vast majority of the rest of us don’t have the resources or the knowledge to play these games, so we get taxed into oblivion.”

Via The Economic Collapse Blog

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Illinois Downgraded by Moody’s

“From A2 to A1 — the lowest in the nation. The reason: massive borrowing and spending.

But I’m sure economics works differently between states and the federal government, just like idiots keep saying it’s different between the government and a household, so using the same corrupt spendaholic policies of Illinois will work out just fine for the Gangsta-in-Chief.”

Via Scott Rhymer

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