"Hurricanes (called cyclones in the western Pacific) have been actively and aggressively manipulated for a very long time. The more that the climate engineers hamper Earth's natural life support systems, the more dire our climate and environmental scenarios will become. Hurricanes in the Atlantic basin have been actively suppressed from becoming major circulations since 2006. Major landfall events to the US have been completely suppressed during this same time frame (hurricane Sandy was not a "major" hurricane, though it did do horrific damage). And what about the Gulf of Mexico? In spite of record warm waters, hurricanes have not been forming as conditions indicate they should. Any developing circulation in the Gulf is immediately knocked down and kept in check by the climate engineers. They do not want the sea of BP oil sitting on the bottom of the Gulf to get churned up. There is officially a hurricane "slump" in the Atlantic basin and the weather makers appear to have yet another mild hurricane season scheduled for the US in spite of record warm ocean temperatures. A single large cyclone in the right location of the Gulf would likely again scatter oil all over beaches yet again."
"A Florida Congresswoman has introduced legislation that will send chills down the spine of any liberty-loving American. On May 1, Frederica S. Wilson (D-FL-24) presented H.R.2232 – Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015. That’s right. Wilson wants to require children who attend public schools to receive every shot on the CDC recommended vaccine schedule. Have you seen that vaccine schedule lately?"
"More than two out of five American honeybee colonies died in the past year, and surprisingly the worst die-off was in the summer, according to a federal survey. Since April 2014, beekeepers lost 42.1 percent of their colonies, the second highest loss rate in nine years, according to an annual survey conducted by a bee partnership that includes the U.S. Department of Agriculture."
"One of the most effective propaganda techniques is to manifest a chilling effect through the demonization of targeted individuals. Chris Broughton was originally cast by the mainstream media as an “angry racist protester,” yet upon discovering he resembled Malcolm X noticeably more than Hal Turner, they had to change their portrayal of him to an “irresponsible gun owner.” Debra Medina was initially hailed by the alternative media as the female incarnation of Ron Paul, yet when she tried to avoid explicitly supporting the 9/11 Truth movement, the Truthers and their ringleader, Alex Jones, cast her as a “flip-flopper” soon after her infamous interview with Glenn Beck, regardless of the fact that she was deliberately attempting to focus solely on Texan political issues instead of commingling them with national ones. Statists favor the use of censorship, intimidation, SLAPP lawsuits, and malicious prosecutions in order to stifle our common freedoms of speech, press, assembly, and petition, which are explicitly recognized by the several American constitutions. According to the First and Tenth Amendments to the United States Constitution of 1787:"
"Pictures sent to Intellihub by a reader reveal that military Humvees are indeed being shipped to the recently closed Walmart store, via 18 wheeler, for possible future use. The closed store(s) are possibly being used in the upcoming JADE HELM 15 exercise as speculated early on by conspiracy theorists."
"If and when the SHTF — or if you simply want to live off the grid — you’ll need a long-term survival/self-sufficiency plan. What this means is that, if you want to lead an existence that’s not too radically different or primitive compared to the standard of living most of us are used to presently, you’ll need a reliable way to generate electricity. You may not be able to realistically produce enough power to run all of your current appliances at full blast simultaneously — especially your central air conditioner or your home theater/entertainment system with the 300 watt stereo system — but it’s certainly possible to keep the lights on and cover your basic electrical needs."
"Police and military vehicles are stolen from time to time. Should a citizen be in a community where a military vehicle is stolen, it would be wise to understand how civilian populations throughout history have disabled military vehicles in the past. This article has absolutely nothing to do with the recent trend of police departments deploying armored vehicles against people exercising their Constitutionally-protected rights. Perhaps the reader travels overseas and a military crackdown erupts while they are drinking Pina Coladas on the beach. The point is that this information should never be used against US law enforcement. That would be a violation of the social contract and you might end up in jail. Most Americans are familiar with the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle because their local police department obtained one to look cool. Due to familiarity, this will be the vehicle used as an example. The same tactics will work against almost all other armored vehicles."
"In the three years since its inception, the Open Smart Grid Protocol has found its way into more than four million smart meters and similar devices worldwide. And like its SCADA, industrial control system, and embedded system brethren, it’s rife with security issues."
"A Philadelphia commuter train was hit by a projectile about 20 minutes before an Amtrak train derailed a few miles up the track."
"It can be difficult to understand the repercussions that would follow a collapse of the global economy, stocks and debt markets. While we know a serious financial event is coming, determining how it will impact our lives and preparing an appropriate strategic plan to mitigate the fallout can be a confusing and stressful undertaking. The questions being asked by concerned Americans are plenty, but the answers are not so easy to come by. Should I keep money in my retirement accounts? What publicly traded companies are recession-proof? Will gold and silver really be of value if the whole system comes crashing down? Should I have some cash? How much food should I stockpile if the regular flow of commerce is affected? Will there be riots in my city?"
"If the document mentioned herein stands the mayor may have sold out a portion of the city for the United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) to “conduct military training” for “ISO JADE HELM 15″ between the dates of Aug. 1 and Aug. 8, 2015. According to the text, the training will take place at specifically designated locations such as a warehouse, an abandon casino that was formerly owned by Jimmy Buffett, and an old abandon school. A portion of the document reads, “The City of Biloxi, Mississippi, is pleased to support the United states Special Operations Forces as they develop techniques and tactics necessary to defend United states interests around the globe.” The unclassified “resolution” dated Mar. 31, 2015, is to be, or has already been signed by Kenny Glavan, the Acting Mayor listed on the document. Additionally the resolution also grants “consent” for the U.S. Government to “collect overhead imagery and remote sensing data” of the “facility” located at 2003 Lawrence Blvd.."
"You might be aware that it is illegal to collect rainwater on your own property in some states, but did you know that doing so could actually land you in jail? That is exactly what is happening to Gary Harrington of Eagle Point, Oregon. He is now facing a 30-day jail sentence and fines of more than $1,500. His crime? Harrington has been collecting rainwater in three reservoirs on his property, and the government doesn’t like it. In Oregon, all water is considered property of the state whether it flows from the tap or falls from the sky."
"An elderly couple in St. Louis County found out what happens when you honk your horn at a cop this past weekend, when the officer drew his gun and pistol whipped the man in the face, while wrestling with the woman as she attempted to defend her husband. Describing the harrowing incident to local reporters, Janet and Donald Akers noted that they were unable to pay their respects to Janet’s deceased mother on Mother’s day, as they were beaten up by the cop before they could get to the graveyard."
(Sgt Trainer: The only good part of this story? "Bystanders were alerted by the struggle, and jumped in to break up the fight." This cop needs to be arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault.)
(Sgt Trainer: The definition of stupidity is repeating a mistake and expecting different results!)