Monday, December 9, 2019

DECLASS - The FISA/IG Report has Been Released

It felt as though we waited for ages. Over the last several months, there were numerous announcements about the coming declassification of the FISA report, only to be followed by further waiting and uncertainty about just when this much-anticipated revelation would occur. But now, finally, after a telling cue from the anonymous source, Q, the Inspector General Report has been declassified and delivered to the public.

The question is, "What will follow?"

AIR FORCE PREPARING TO DISCLOSE - Sec. Barbara Barrett Discusses Need for Expanded U.S. Space Capabilities

Secretary of the U.S. Air Force Barbara Barrett says that declassifying intelligence is key to combating the growing threat to the the nation's space capabilities, and the sooner the better. (Wayne Clark/U.S. Air Force)

Source: Defense News

Published: December 9, 2019

By: Nathan Strout

SIMI VALLEY, California — The U.S. Air Force’s top civilian and a key member of Congress agreed Saturday on the need to declassify a large amount of information about America’s military space programs to both intimidate foes and encourage support among the public.

Instagram Pedophile Arrested - Confirms All Those “Pizzagate” Pedophile Symbols are Actually Real

Source: The Washington Standard

Published: December 3, 2019

By: Tim Brown

A pedophile, who proudly displayed his “pizzagate” tattoos on Instagram, was finally removed from the platform after a flurry of reports concerning his pictures and hashtags indicating that he was not only a sodomite, but a pedophile. The tattoos also demonstrate that all those symbols from the Pizzagate scandal are indeed real (Newsguard should get a clue, but they are too busy trying to discredit those reporting real news).

Sunday, December 8, 2019

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST - CDC Director Resigns after Purchasing Thousands in Tobacco Stock

Brenda Fitzgerald at a TEDx event in Atlanta in 2014. TEDX ATLANTA/FLICKR (CC BY 2.0)

Source: Science Mag

Published: January 31, 2018

By: Meredith Wadman

Brenda Fitzgerald, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), resigned abruptly today. She stepped down on the heels of a report from Politico that she had purchased stock in a large tobacco company 1 month into her tenure leading the nation’s top public health agency, which devotes itself to persuading smokers to quit and warning kids not to take up the habit.

Saturday, December 7, 2019

Dimensions of Disclosure 2019 – Censorship, Consciousness, and the Unstoppable Truth – James Gilliland

When we look for information, we tend to focus on respected documentation that has been verified by several different sources before us. Many of us are prone to evaluating this information based upon the opinions and perspectives of others before we consider it trustworthy. However, what happens when we are presented with first-hand information or experience and are tasked with discerning the data for ourselves?

Did YouTube CEO Just Confess to Election Meddling? - The 60 Minutes Interview that Raised Numerous Questions of Legality/Fairness

We live in a time known as the Age of Information. Yet our present time could also be called the Age of Ignorance. It's as though these two parallel worlds exist simultaneously and the particular age we experience depends upon how we choose to receive information.

Our own willingness (or lack thereof) to independently learn and to investigate the information we receive may ultimately determine how we view the world. In fact, during this time of such division, confusion, and extremism, this initiative to learn can actually determine our entire perception of reality.

SOLAR DISCLOSURE - Science Website 'Futurism' Reports Solar Pole Reversal; Gives Usual Hints that There's More to the Story

Source: Futurism

Published: December 4, 2019

By: Victor Tangermann

"Getting data at the source is already revolutionizing our understanding of our own star."

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe made the closest ever flyby of the Sun in August 2018, collecting massive amounts of data using cutting-edge scientific instruments from a distance of 15 million miles — a mission that also, incidentally, set the record for the fastest-ever human-made object of all time.