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    Sep
    20
    Mac Slavo

    A former Army Ranger, Paul Scharre, the author of Army of None: Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War, has pondered the implications of robots and their role in a third world war. But what Scharre is really concerned about it robots and artificial intelligence that can act and make decisions without any human input at all.

    Sep
    20
    Mac Slavo

    The latest news from Yellowstone National Park is a little terrifying, but experts keep reminding us that we have nothing to fear.  The thermal activity in the park has been increasing lately, and geysers have reportedly been shooting out rocks.

    Sep
    20
    Mac Slavo

    his information will likely not be a surprise to anyone who has been paying attention to Big Tech’s increasing propensity to violate the privacy of users and use their data for questionable reasons, but here we are.

     
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    Sep
    20
    Kurt Nimmo

    The US is responsible for the “civil war” in Syria. It has agitated for “regime change” since at least 2005 under the guise of “democracy promotion,” well before the CIA sent operatives—many were “rebels” that participated in the US-NATO Libyan massacre—into the city of Deraa to stir up trouble.

    Sep
    20
    Mac Slavo

    JP Morgan’s senior analysts, Marko Kolanovic, has come out with what he thinks the next financial crisis is going to look like. Kolanovic explained his prediction and reasoning in a report issued earlier this month, in which he believes a precipitous decline in stocks could cause the Great Liquidity Crisis.

    Sep
    20
    Mac Slavo

    What do you think? Do you believe this story, or is there something else going on?

    Sep
    20
    Mac Slavo

    California governor Jerry Brown recently spoke a veiled threat to president Donald Trump.  Brown is dissatisfied with Trump’s stance on the often altered “science” of “climate change” and said, “something’s got to happen to this guy.” In an interview that aired Monday, Jerry Brown called the president a “saboteur” in the fight to combat climate change, and in […]

    Sep
    20
    Mac Slavo

    Spiders have descended upon the shoreline of a Greek town, coating it and creating a 100-foot web.  This is the stuff nightmares are made of. The enormous spider web is believed to have been created by a genus of spiders known as Tetragnatha.

    Sep
    20
    Daisy Luther

    As with all disasters, there are lessons that can be learned by preppers who are paying attention.

    Sep
    19
    Mac Slavo

    Russian president Vladimir Putin got his hands on a modern sniper rifle from renowned weapons-maker Kalashnikov.  Putin was seen picking off targets at a distance of 600 meters (656 yards) with the new weapons manufacturer’s new super rifle.

    Sep
    19
    Brandon Smith

    Almost every aspect of the global economic downturn, which started ostensibly in 2007-2008 and is still ongoing to this day, can be traced back to the actions and policies of central banks.

    Sep
    19
    Mac Slavo

    A rare but dangerous disease has been detected in a mosquito found in Georgia. DeKalb County officials say they’ve identified Eastern Equine Encephalitis at a mosquito surveillance site.

    Sep
    19
    Jeremiah Johnson

    Decreases in sunspots mean we are approaching a solar minimum: lower heat produced by the sun in a cycle that occurs every 11 years. What can you do about it when the sun changes during this cycle? You can do plenty of things. Let’s go over a few of them.

    Sep
    19
    Mac Slavo

    According to a new study, microplastic can escape from polluted waters via flying insects and contaminate our skies. The research revealed that these spreadable plastics could escape from polluted waters via flying insects and threaten birds and other animals which eat the insects.

    Sep
    19
    Mac Slavo

    A restaurant in Maine is going to start getting lobsters high on marijuana before cooking them because killing them while they are doped up is “more humane” and ethical than simply boiling them alive sober. Most people enjoy lobster steamed or boiled, but these will be “baked.” All jokes aside, the owner of Charlotte’s Legendary Lobster […]

    Sep
    19
    Mac Slavo

    A socialist bureaucrat in the State Department has been caught on tape by Project Veritas saying he is part of the deep state resistance against President Donald Trump. As a part of the “anti-Trump resistance,” the bureaucrat says it’s his job is to “resist everything” at “every level.”

    Sep
    19
    Mac Slavo

    A police department in California has gotten busted for using a smartphone app that automatically and permanently deletes text messages, possibly (and probably) to hide incriminating evidence.

    Sep
    18
    Mac Slavo

    Russia has vowed to retaliate against Israel after their airstrikes created a “dangerous situation.” While Israel was performing unannounced attacks in Syria, a Soviet reconnaissance plane was accidentally shot down by Syrian Air Defence systems, the Kremlin has announced.

    Sep
    18
    Mac Slavo

    In retaliation for tariffs leveled on China, the Communist government has returned the favor, and set tariffs on $60 billion worth of goods imported from the United States.  It only took mere hours for China to respond to the announcement that the US would place tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods.

    Sep
    18
    Tyler Durden

    For more than half of American communities, the economic “recovery” that has created millions of jobs and pushed GDP growth above 4% during Q2 never happened.

    Sep
    18
    Mac Slavo

    Bill Gates, who is the second wealthiest man alive with a net worth of $90 billion, has described the projected birth rates in the poorest parts of Africa as “mind-blowing” and pressed the need for action.  Gates said if Africa’s population growth was left unchecked, it could unravel decades of progress and fuel instability across the globe.

    Sep
    18
    Jeremiah Johnson

    One of the most heinous things about taxes is that they support the very “organs” (to quote a Soviet-era term) of government that crush the people…even further.

    Sep
    18
    Mac Slavo

    In a chilling but unsurprising move, Communist China seeks ultimate control over the population by introducing a scorecard which will supposedly keep the public in check. The big brother system will monitor all citizens 24/7 and keep a “score” of their activities.

    Sep
    18
    Michael Snyder

    A major emergency brings out the best in some people, but in others it brings out the absolute worst.

    Sep
    18
    Mac Slavo

    President Donald Trump ordered the feds to declassify documents relating the Russian election meddling investigation yesterday. Among the documents to be declassified are all of the text messages between disgraced FBI figures Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

    Sep
    18
    Selco

    After a real and prolonged SHTF, there is no coming back in a lot of things. Not when it comes to how you gonna feel, and actually what man (or woman) you are gonna be.

    Sep
    17
    Jeremiah Johnson

    Be aware that Hurricane Season is here and Fire Season has not ended. This article is a reminder of the things you need to get done and squared away before the cold weather arrives.

    Sep
    17
    Chris Martenson

    Yes, we’ve been beating this drum for a long time — over a decade now. But we persist because this critical message is being blunted by very powerful forces that are mainly interested in preserving the status quo.

    Sep
    17
    Mac Slavo

    Google has apologized after admitting to changing the settings on Android users phones remotely and without the phone owners’ permission.  Several Android users noticed their battery saver setting had been activated last week without their consent.

    Sep
    17
    Daisy Luther

    I sincerely hope we aren’t looking at our own Fukushima-style disaster.

    Sep
    17
    Mac Slavo

    Former vice president Joe Biden is going on an insult tour, calling supporters of President Donald Trump the “dregs of society.” In a not-so-classy move, Biden used a pro-LGBT Human Rights Campaign annual dinner on Saturday to rip supporters of Trump and the president.

    Sep
    17
    Mac Slavo

    A new World Economic Forum study has concluded that robots and artificial intelligence will handle about 52% of current work tasks by the year 2025.  That’s almost twice as many as they already currently handle.

    Sep
    17
    Mac Slavo

    In a new research piece, Goldman Sachs has noted that the “fiscal outlook for both Italy and the United States looks poised to go from bad to worse.” However, the market doesn’t appear to be responding to that prediction.  Why not?

    Sep
    17
    Tyler Durden

    The emergency communications drill will begin at 2:18 p.m. EDT through 2:20 p.m. EDT. Every cell phone in the US will receive a text message from President Trump.

    Sep
    17
    Mac Slavo

    A strange andmysterious issue is being blamed for the closure of a sunspot observatory in New Mexico.  The timing of the “security issue” taking the blame for the closure is odd as well, considering the sun’s current activity as it heads into its solar minimum cycle. 

    Sep
    14
    Tyler Durden

    Elon Musk’s Space X announced that it has signed up its first private tourist for a trip around the moon. Like many Elon Musk-associated announcements, the reveal was large on hype and light on additional details.

    Sep
    14
    Anti-Media Team

    FEMA isn’t exactly known for its competence or efficiency, but as Hurricane Florence looms over the Carolinas and southern Virginia, an unlikely ally is providing support and guidance.

    Sep
    14
    J.G. Martinez D

    I would like to recommend, under the experience of our current collapse, some basic, and other perhaps not so basic approaches for not being hit so hard.

    Sep
    14
    Tess Pennington

    According to studies, over 10,000 water immersion auto accidents occur each year and over 300 people on average, perish before getting out. How many of you know what to do?

    Sep
    14
    Michael Snyder

    During this hurricane season we have definitely seen a very unusual number of hurricanes and typhoons develop. As our planet continues to change, could this become “the new normal”?

    Sep
    14
    Brandon Smith

    When the ideology of globalism is discussed in liberty movement circles there are often misunderstandings as to the source of the threat and what it truly represents. This may in some cases be by design.

    Sep
    13
    Mac Slavo

    United States politicians are coming up with some wonderful descriptive terms to help use fear to get more restrictive laws passed.  Now lawmakers are warning the spy chief of a real threat called the “deep fakes.”

    Sep
    13
    Mac Slavo

    According to investor David Tice, who made a name for himself in running the Prudent Bear Fund before selling it to Federated Investors in 2008, the current market is dangerous.  Tice was quoted as saying he’s “nervous” because “we’re getting closer to a meltdown scenario.”

    Sep
    13
    Mac Slavo

    Hurricane Florence has been downgraded to a category 2 storm, and while that certainly doesn’t mean that those living in the crosshairs are out of the woods yet, it does come with another added danger.  As the hurricane continues to advance, a new warning has surfaced: be prepared for tornadoes.

    Sep
    13
    Mac Slavo

    Liberal loon and filmmaker Michael Moore believes that Donald Trump might be America’s last elected president. Moore is worried because he thinks Trump “dislikes democracy” and has “no respect for the rule of law.”

    Sep
    13
    Ryan McMaken

    Who is to defend us from the mentally unstable or poorly-trained police officers? Or perhaps from the ones who are too distracted or unintelligent to figure out which apartment is theirs?

    Sep
    12
    Mac Slavo

    The epicenter of the housing bust that happened ten years ago is booming again, but economists say that’s a bad sign and should be taken as a warning. Las Vegas’ housing boom is anything but a good thing.

    Sep
    12
    Mac Slavo

    The human body is truly a phenomenon that is often incomprehensible.  Oftentimes, the smallest microbe can kill, but other times, young children can survive being impaled in the face by a metal skewer.

    Sep
    12
    Sara Tipton

    Bottled water is a popular item to store in case of an emergency, and for good reason. It is normally readily available and water should be able to be stored forever, right? So then why is there an expiration date on bottled water?

    Sep
    12
    Mac Slavo

    As Hurricane Florence continues its trek across the Atlantic ocean, many are preparing for the storm to smash into the east coast of the United States. But there’s limited time left to prepare, as the hurricane goes from bad to worse.

    Sep
    12
    Daisy Luther

    Have you ever waited too long to prepare for an emergency and then you get to the store and the supplies you need are gone? The shelves are nearly bare because a horde of other locals got there first?

    Sep
    12
    Mac Slavo

    In what appears to be unrelated cases, two people in the United Kingdom have been diagnosed with monkeypox.  There is no link between the two patients, however, both were said to have contracted the disease in Nigeria before entering the UK.

    Sep
    12
    Mac Slavo

    United States ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley has just issued a warning to Russia and Iran. Haley says the two countries should prepare for “dire consequences” if they continue air assaults on the last rebel-held area in Syria.

    Sep
    12
    Kurt Nimmo

    Is this what we have to look forward to—books banned on the whim of a massive corporation playing up to Identity politics?

    Sep
    11
    Adam Taggart

    Will this court ruling restrict the use of glyphosate going forward? Or will it be de-fanged upon appeal? What else has been learned about the health impacts of glyphosate in our food since the 2016 report? What is the latest science telling us?

    Sep
    11
    Mac Slavo

    Whether you believe the 9/11 attacks that happened back in 2001 were the result of a government conspiracy and coverup or a terrorist attack, people still died and their deaths should be remembered.  But Twitter users instead, are “celebrating” the anniversary of the “deserved” attack.

    Sep
    11
    Mac Slavo

    A GOP congressman is alleging that the text messages between Lisa Page and Peter Strozk are raising grave concerns about the new era of “media leaking.”  Representative Mark Meadows says that the texts between the two lovers discuss the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “media leak strategy” to damage president Donald Trump.

    Sep
    11
    Tyler Durden

    Excessive amounts of water can damage equipment or knock out the plants’ electrical systems, disabling its cooling mechanisms. This is what happened at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant in Japan as a result of the March 2011 tsunami, causing severe damage to the plant’s reactors.

    Sep
    11
    Mac Slavo

    According to investment guru Jim Rogers, the United States has some major economic turmoil up ahead, including the fate of the dollar.  The nation’s ballooning debt will only help worsen the dollar’s future and Rogers says it’s only going to get “worse and worse.”

    Sep
    11
    Ron Paul

    While it may seem hard to believe that the US government is helping al-Qaeda in Syria, it’s not as strange as it may seem: our interventionist foreign policy increasingly requires Washington to partner up with “bad guys” in pursuit of its dangerous and aggressive foreign policy goals.

     

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