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  1. Cops Distribute ‘Internet Safety Software’ That’s Actually Unsafe Spyware 2014-10-01
  2. 9/11 Truth Activist Surrenders to UK Police for Espousing ‘Extremist’ Ideologies 2014-10-01
  3. Local Law Enforcement Prepare as Extra Border Agents Depart 2014-10-01
  4. Tallahassee Cop Suspended After Caught on Video Tasering 62-year-old Woman in Back 2014-10-01
  5. When Ebola comes to the U.S., who stands to profit? 2014-10-01
  6. Eric Holder’s Near Total Lack Of Concern For Digital Rights 2014-10-01
  7. France to Send 3 More Jets, Warship to Gulf 2014-10-01
  8. Canadian Health Agency Deletes Info on “Airborne Spread” of Ebola 2014-10-01
  9. Illicit drugs, prostitution bolster Britain’s economy by £11 bn a year 2014-10-01
  10. Stocks Tumble; Small Caps in Correction Territory 2014-10-01
  11. Flashback: World Health Organization Rejects Ebola Travel Ban 2014-10-01
  12. Kissinger made plans to attack Cuba in retaliation for Angola incursion in 1976 2014-10-01
  13. Secret Service director resigns over security breaches 2014-10-01
  14. CDC and Texas Officials Allow Ebola to Spread in Dallas 2014-10-01
  15. FBI to start tracking animal abuse cases 2014-10-01
  16. Another child dies from respiratory virus, spread continues 2014-10-01
  17. Europe Buyers Cross Atlantic in $87 Billion U.S. Deal Spree 2014-10-01
  18. Former sheriff’s deputy laundered $40M in drug money, gets 12 years in prison 2014-10-01
  19. Five Dallas students may have had contact with Ebola patient 2014-10-01
  20. Obama: No Limit to Number of Civilians We Can Murder in Syria 2014-10-01
  21. Ebola Case in Texas Validates Concerns Over Open Border 2014-10-01
  22. COINTELPRO on Steroids 2014-10-01
  23. Is the U.S. Secretly Egging On Hong Kong Protesters? 2014-10-01
  24. Obama Still Refuses to Halt Flights From Ebola Hot Zone 2014-10-01
  25. The Beheading Psy-Ops 2014-10-01

  1. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 6 - Lorie Van Auken 2014-09-27
  2. Graeme MacQueen Reveals The Anthrax Deception - James Corbett • 09/25/2014 2014-09-24
  3. The 1993 WTC Bombing Damage Myth 2014-09-21
  4. Lee Hamilton - the debate about WTC 7 continues 2014-09-17
  5. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 5 - Coleen Rowley 2014-09-16
  6. The Smoking Guns of the 2001 Anthrax Attacks 2014-09-15
  7. New 9/11 Timeline Entries: White House Staffers' Actions on 9/11, President Apparently in Danger, and More 2014-09-15
  8. Why are the ASCE Journals being dishonest and misleading concerning how the WTC Towers collapsed? 2014-09-13
  9. New Letter at the Journal of 9/11 Studies 2014-09-13
  10. Never Forget … Countries from Around the World Admit They Use False Flag Terror 2014-09-10
  11. Dan Rather's Most Interesting and Controversial 9/11 Reports 2014-09-10
  12. The Day Before 9/11: Suspicious Events of Sept. 10, 2001 2014-09-10
  13. NSA Whistleblower Joins AE911Truth in Calling for Real 9/11 Investigation - GRTV Feature Interview 2014-09-09
  14. Why Hasn't Obama Kept Promise To Declassify 28 Pages Of A Report About 9/11? 2014-09-08
  15. Huge 45 foot digital billboard near Times Square will show video of the collapse of WTC7, millions will see it 2014-09-04
  16. Letter to the Editor - Daily Reflector - Greenville NC 2014-09-03
  17. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 3 - Erik Larson 2014-09-02
  18. The 2001 Anthrax Deception: A New Book from Graeme MacQueen 2014-08-31
  19. William Binney– former NSA Technical Director-- signs AE911Truth petition 2014-08-30
  20. #Declassify 2014-08-21
  21. Why Intelligent People Fear the Truth August 21, 2014 | By WakingTimes 2014-08-21
  22. We Were Lied To About 9/11 - Episode 1 - Jenna Orkin 2014-08-20
  23. TMR 079 : Kevin Ryan : On Why NIST's 9/11 WTC Reports are False and Unscientific 2014-08-16
  24. Why Do Good People Become Silent—or Worse-About 9/11? Part 9: Brain Research, Part 2 – Moral Psychology 2014-08-10
  25. NSA Lied About Knowledge Of 2 9/11 Hijackers In U.S., Didn't Inform The FBI 2014-08-09
  26. C-SPAN Washington Journal: Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth 2014-08-01
  27. NYC CAN: A heartfelt thank you - We couldn't have done it without you. 2014-08-01
  28. CIA Director George Tenet Facilitated 9/11 2014-07-30
  29. Thomas Kean & Lee Hamilton Call For The Release Of The 28 Redacted Pages 2014-07-23
  30. What a Difference a Dozen Volunteers Makes! Chicago AIA Convention Activists Net Over 120 More A/E Petition Signers 2014-07-22


  1. Tossing ‘Intelligence’ Under the Bus
    When President Obama attributed the rise in Iraq of the Islamic State, or ISIS, to the failures of the U.S. intelligence community earlier this week, naming and blaming directly National Intelligence Director Gen. James Clapper, he was attempting to deflect criticism of his own incompetence. He was discussing the fact that ISIS, right under his own and the general’s noses, gained control of nearly half of the landmass of Iraq. This is the same Iraq that the United States supposedly liberated from the clutches of a dictator, strengthened as a regional military power and fortified as the Middle East’s newest ... Continue reading
  2. Is a Cancer Cure Being Suppressed?
    Oh no, not another cure for cancer.  It’s not another laetrile is it? It was April Fools’ Day 2007 and an op-ed article published by The New York Times entitled “Patents Over Patients” by Ralph Moss, noted critic of the cancer industry.  But there was no fooling about what Mr. Moss wrote about.  He chastised the cancer industry for ignoring an off-the-shelf molecule initially produced in the 1940s called 3-bromopyruvate (3-BP) that had been found to dramatically reduce the growth of human tumors implanted in animals and has produced remarkable cures in a small number of human cases but had ... Continue reading
  3. Civil Unrest Boils Over
    Police clashed with thousands of Catalan demonstrators as they hit the streets of Barcelona and Madrid on Tuesday, outraged at the Spanish Constitutional Court’s decision to suspend Catalonia’s November vote for independence. The independence referendum planned by Catalonia’s president for this November was unanimously suspended by 12 judges of the Spanish Constitutional Court on Monday. Angered by the decision, protesters took to the streets of Barcelona and several other cities, promising they are ready to begin “the most powerful political campaign in European history” in case the referendum is not held, according to RIA Novosti citing protest organizers. Despite rainy weather, crowds ... Continue reading
  4. The Evil of Economic Controls
    Taxation, regulation, inflation, and war: these are the four horsemen of the federal apocalypse. Cut these, and the state gets smaller. Of these, regulation gets the least attention. Regulation is the heart of the beast, for it operates in secret. It can be found in the pages of The Federal Register: about 80,000 pages, three columns, per year. But this only lists the regulations, not the financial burden. There are no official guidelines on the costs imposed. But an annual book-long estimate is Ten Thousand Commandments, which was the title of a 1951 book by Harold Fleming. You can download Fleming’s book ... Continue reading
  5. Don’t Want Atrocities?
    Wars cause far more atrocities than they prevent. In fact, wars make atrocities normal and easy. If you don’t like atrocities, don’t start wars. It is a simple rule, and not hard to follow. The only mercy in war, as all soldiers know, is a swift victory by one side or the other. Yet our subservient, feeble Parliament on Friday obediently shut its eyes tight and launched itself yet again off the cliff of war. It did so even though – in a brief moment of truth – the Prime Minister admitted that such a war will be a very ... Continue reading
  6. Dear Ms. Yellen, Are You Going To Vomit?
    Dear Ms. Yellen, Are you feeling all right? When a confidence trick is about to be exposed, it is normal for the fraudster to feel intense uneasiness. Possibly nausea. Former Goldman/US Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson audibly, violently, and repeatedly threw up in 2008 on the verge of massive Fed-supported fractional-reserve banking fraud being exposed for all to see. And now we learn that former Goldman/Federal Reserve agent Mike Silva too had the exact same symptoms at that time confessing: “And when I realized that nobody had any idea how to respond to that, I went into the bathroom and threw up.” I’ve been ... Continue reading
  7. Are Naps Good for You?
    "Ladies and gentlemen, your pilot is feeling a bit drowsy and is taking a nap." Perhaps not an announcement to inspire confidence when you’re whizzing high above the Atlantic in a cylindrical metal tube – which is probably why you're not likely to hear it. But it does happen. Pilots on long haul flights often have forty winks, but fortunately not at the same time as their co-pilot. Air traffic controllers even have the odd lie down; and in some companies, napping stations are provided for employees who don’t feel alert enough to continue safely on the production line. So ... Continue reading
  8. How To Start a Fire
    It has been awhile since I have written about living a strategic life.  For those of you new to Backdoor Survival, living a strategic life is something that I encourage everyone to embrace, prepper or not.  As a matter of fact, it is so important to me personally that I co-authored a book about it, 11 Steps to Living a Strategic Life: A Guide to Survival During Uncertain Times. In a nutshell, living a strategic life means that you are able to take care of yourself and your family no matter what Mother Nature and the Universe decides to drop ... Continue reading
  9. Feds Ordered 160,000 Ebola HazMat Suits
    Now that Ebola is officially in the US on an uncontrolled basis, the two questions on everyone's lips are i) who will get sick next and ii) how bad could it get? We don't know the answer to question #1 just yet, but when it comes to the second one, a press release three weeks ago from Lakeland Industries, a manufacturer and seller of a "comprehensive line of safety garments and accessories for the industrial protective clothing market" may provide some insight into just how bad the US State Department thinks it may get. Because when the US government buys ... Continue reading
  10. Peace and State Coercion
    In his Economic Thought Before Adam Smith, Rothbard identified Augustine of Hippo  as “the first Church Father to have a positive view of the merchant” noting that it was wrong to condemn a whole class of men for the sins of a few. Augustine also understood that valuation of goods stem from “their own needs rather than by any more objective criterion or by their rank in the order of nature.” Moreover, Augustine broke with the classical Greek view of the polis that exalted the polis and downplayed or rejected the efforts of individualists and entrepreneurs who sought to innovate or ... Continue reading
  11. Are You Prepared for an Ebola Quarantine?
    We knew it was only a matter of time, since the United States has put no restrictions on international travel. Ebola has now been confirmed in Dallas, Texas. The United States has one confirmed case of Ebola, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday, marking the first domestic appearance of the deadly virus that has ravaged swaths of continental Africa. The as-yet unidentified patient is located in Dallas, officials say, effectively confirming a statement issued on Monday by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. The organization said that an unnamed patient was being tested for Ebola and ... Continue reading
  12. Secede!
    Even though it ultimately failed at the ballot box, the recent campaign for Scottish independence should cheer supporters of the numerous secession movements springing up around the globe. In the weeks leading up to the referendum, it appeared that the people of Scotland were poised to vote to secede from the United Kingdom. Defeating the referendum required British political elites to co-opt secession forces by promising greater self-rule for Scotland, as well as launching a massive campaign to convince the Scots that secession would plunge them into economic depression. The people of Scotland were even warned that secession would damage ... Continue reading

  1. Failure Is Success: How American Intelligence Works in the Twenty-First Century
    What are the odds? You put about $68 billion annually into a maze of 17 major intelligence outfits. You build them glorious headquarters. You create a global surveillance state for the ages. You listen in on your citizenry and gather their communications in staggering quantities.
  2. Most Prestigious Financial Agencies Say Global Economy Is In Real Trouble
    Bad Government Policy Has Made It Likely We’ll Have a New Financial Crisis
  3. CDC Releases Q&A On Ebola In America As Rumors Swirl Of Second US Case
    Dallas County Health Officials earlier noted at least one person who had been in contact with the first US ebola patient was also being tested for the deasdly virus. They subsequently backed off that statement (oddly). Governor Rick Perry will be holding a press conference later today to calm the public we are sure, but in the meantime, the CDC has issued a helpful Q&A to ensure Americans continued to fly, spend, and consume at their leisure and don't worry about the plague...
  4. Badcop:Tallahassee Cop Suspended After Caught on Video Tasering 62-year-old Woman in Back
  5. Armed contractor with criminal record was on elevator with Obama in Atlanta
    A security contractor with a gun and three convictions for assault and battery was allowed on an elevator with President Obama during a Sept. 16 trip to Atlanta, violating Secret Service protocols, according to three people familiar with the incident.
  6. Cops Distribute ‘Internet Safety Software’ That’s Actually Unsafe Spyware
    An estimated 245 law enforcement agencies in 35 states have for years been distributing software called ComputerCOP as a way for parents to ensure their children have a safe web-browsing experience. The problem is, ComputerCOP is just glorified spyware that lacks basic safety features.
  7. UN Says Ebola Outbreak Worse than HIV, SARS
    Speaking as he prepared to return to Europe and then west Africa from the General Assembly meetings, Dr Nabarro says in his calm and measured British tones that this Ebola outbreak scares him more than anything he has seen in a lifetime spent leading international responses to disasters and epidemics.
  8. Swiss Gold Referendum Attracting Attention Two Months Ahead Of Vote
    A referendum on Switzerland’s gold reserves is starting to attract some attention outside of the country as a yes vote would have significant implications for the gold market, said one market analyst.
  9. A ‘No Social Media List’ For Extremists And Potential Terrorists?
    You have heard of the “No Fly List”, right? Well, now the Tories are pledging that if they win the next election in the UK they will establish a list of “extremists” that will have to have their social media posts “approved in advance by the police” before they post them.
  10. Julia Pierson, Secret Service Director, Resigns in Scandal Over Security Lapses
    Julia Pierson, the director of the Secret Service, is resigning in the wake of several security breaches.
  11. Russia’s Federation Council unanimously ratifies Eurasian Economic Union Treaty
    The Federation Council, the upper house of Russia’s parliament, unanimously ratified the Treaty on the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) on Wednesday. The Treaty on the establishment of the Eurasian Economic Union was signed by the presidents of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan on May 29, 2014 in Astana.
  12. Report: Kim Jong-Un's Sister Takes Control in North Korea
    Kim Yo-jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, might be leading the hermit kingdom instead of her brother, a recent report from Seoul-based think tank, North Korea Intellectuals Solidarity (NKIS) revealed.
  13. Japan’s Largest Warship Since World War II Takes To Sea
    “It is an aircraft carrier, and Japan just called it a helicopter destroyer to downplay its aggressive nature,” Zhang Junshe with the People’s Liberation Army Naval Military Studies Research Institute told China Daily last year.
  14. DOE to offer $12.6 billion for nuke projects
    The Department of Energy (DOE) is drafting a solicitation to provide as much as $12.6 billion in loan guarantees for nuclear energy projects. The goal of the loan guarantees is to commercialize advanced nuclear technologies that could not otherwise get financing for research and development.
  15. Specter of Russian Capital Controls Puts Market on Edge
    Holders of Russia’s ruble-denominated bonds, stung by the worst losses in emerging markets in the third quarter, are weighing the consequences of possible capital controls as the currency sinks.