Babylon’s Banksters – The Alchemy of High Finance

Babylon’s Banksters – The Alchemy of High Finance on blogtalkradio by Poke Runyon

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/the-hermetic-hour/2016/06/17/babylons-banksters–the-alchemy-of-high-finance

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Rothschild Conspiracy International Banking Cartel and The Federal Reserve

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzyOtl4MDC4&list=PLF619B614EDA640A7

 

Well you gotta admire the genius, if nothing else!

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I Am Nature-with Niko and Zeeka, Sovereign Experts -2016-06-08

This is your ticket to freedom on every level, once we escape Babylon, the folks that started this multi layered system of slavery 6000 years ago, we are free to grow and become human again, in our small, like minded, loving and creative self made cities. Hats off to Neko and Zeeka for revealing these truths! Learn how to become sovereign both individually and collectively! You can connect with them at www.soulreign.com

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“Futures” Sold Into “Stocks” and Bond-age – Law and Language

 

 

The matrix – you are a slave born into a prison you cannot smell or taste…. a prison of your mind. Money is an instrument of value that has no value.

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Etymology Lesson – The Truth About English: Phonics, Phonetics, and Esoteric Etymology

This one is pretty good. We should overstand this information. It’s how we are controlled!

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Who’s into TREATY laws? I am!!!

Wow!  Most countries signed this treaty!  Did yours?

We all know treaties trump the laws… so … MAKE YOUR OWN LAWS:  HERES ONE METHOD HOW:

And by the way… STOP callinhonorthetreatiesposterg your earnings INCOME : )

 

The Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention (1948)

PART I. FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION

[…]

 

Article 2

Workers and employers, without distinction whatsoever, shall have the right to establish and, subject only to the rules of the organisation concerned, to join organisations of their own choosing without previous authorisation.

Article 3

  1. Workers’ and employers’ organisations shall have the right to draw up their constitutions and rules, to elect their representatives in full freedom, to organise their administration and activities and to formulate their programmes.
  2. The public authorities shall refrain from any interference which would restrict this right or impede the lawful exercise thereof.

Article 4

Workers’ and employers’ organisations shall not be liable to be dissolved or suspended by administrative authority.

Article 5

Workers’ and employers’ organisations shall have the right to establish and join federations and confederations and any such organisation, federation or confederation shall have the right to affiliate with international organisations of workers and employers.

Article 6

The provisions of Articles 2, 3 and 4 hereof apply to federations and confederations of workers’ and employers’ organisations.

Article 7

The acquisition of legal personality by workers’ and employers’ organisations, federations and confederations shall not be made subject to conditions of such a character as to restrict the application of the provisions of Articles 2, 3 and 4 hereof.

Article 8

  1. In exercising the rights provided for in this Convention workers and employers and their respective organisations, like other persons or organised collectivities, shall respect the law of the land.
  2. The law of the land shall not be such as to impair, nor shall it be so applied as to impair, the guarantees provided for in this Convention.

Article 9

  1. The extent to which the guarantees provided for in this Convention shall apply to the armed forces and the police shall be determined by national laws or regulations.
  2. In accordance with the principle set forth in paragraph 8 of Article 19 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organisation the ratification of this Convention by any Member shall not be deemed to affect any existing law, award, custom or agreement in virtue of which members of the armed forces or the police enjoy any right guaranteed by this Convention.

Article 10

In this Convention the term organisation means any organisation of workers or of employers for furthering and defending the interests of workers or of employers.[4]

 

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Incredible Collaborative Stop-Motion and Wall-Painted Animation by Blu and David Ellis

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George Bush Jr. explains what a Sovereign is

 

Man oh man this makes me laugh! Is it me, or does Georgie look like he has NO IDEA what a sovereign is? Pretty ironic when you realize he tries to pass off his alleged authority as a sovereign, running an alleged sovereign bankrupt corporation… which of course cannot possibly be sovereign more than the people who created the beast!

Worth a watch… Georgie explaining sovereignty. What a hoot!

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Amazing Entertainment, Beautiful Art Masterpiece


Americas Entertainment Sucks Compared to this! This is a MUST watch. Amazing!

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Smile, you’re in the FBI face-recognition database

Driver license, passport, visa pics in database—despite no criminal affiliation.

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has access to as many as 411.9 million images as part of its face-recognition database. The bulk of those images are photographs of people who have committed no crime, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

The report says the bureau’s Facial Analysis, Comparison, and Evaluation Services Unit contains not only 30 million mug shots, but also has access to driver license photos from 16 states, the State Department’s visa and passport database, and the biometric database maintained by the Defense Department.

The GAO report, titled “FACE RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY: FBI Should Better Ensure Privacy and Accuracy,” comes nearly two years after the bureau said its facial recognition project graduated from a pilot project to “full operational capability.” The facial recognition project is combined with a fingerprint database. Here’s how the GAO report summarized the program:

The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) operates the Next Generation Identification-Interstate Photo System (NGI-IPS)—a face recognition service that allows law enforcement agencies to search a database of over 30 million photos to support criminal investigations. NGI-IPS users include the FBI and selected state and local law enforcement agencies, which can submit search requests to help identify an unknown person using, for example, a photo from a surveillance camera. When a state or local agency submits such a photo, NGI-IPS uses an automated process to return a list of 2 to 50 possible candidate photos from the database, depending on the user’s specification. As of December 2015, the FBI has agreements with seven states to search NGI-IPS and is working with more states to grant access. In addition to the NGI-IPS, the FBI has an internal unit called Facial Analysis, Comparison, and Evaluation (FACE) Services that provides face recognition capabilities, among other things, to support active FBI investigations. FACE Services not only has access to NGI-IPS, but can search or request to search databases owned by the Departments of State and Defense and 16 states, which use their own face recognition systems. Biometric analysts manually review photos before returning at most the top 1 or 2 photos as investigative leads to FBI agents.

The report, provided to Congress last month but released days ago publicly, faulted the FBI for being lax about privacy and the accuracy of the photos in its database. According to the GAO:

The FBI has entered into agreements to search and access external databases—including millions of U.S. citizens’ drivers’ license and passport photos—but until FBI officials can assure themselves that the data they receive from external partners are reasonably accurate and reliable, it is unclear whether such agreements are beneficial to the FBI and do not unnecessarily include photos of innocent people as investigative leads.Screen-Shot-2016-06-18-at-10.45.49-AM-640x246

The report, which provided only a few examples of the database solving crime, said that the database was used in investigations involving credit card and identity fraud, bank robberies, violent crime, and other felonies. The GAO report noted a complaint made by Electronic Frontier Foundation in 2012 about the billion-dollar program.

Specifically, according to a July 2012 Electronic Frontier Foundation hearing statement, false positives can alter the traditional presumption of innocence in criminal cases by placing more of a burden on the defendant to show he is not who the system identifies him to be. The Electronic Frontier Foundation argues that this is true even if a face recognition system such as NGI-IPS provides several matches instead of one, because each of the potentially innocent individuals identified could be brought in for questioning. In addition, if false positives are returned at a higher than acceptable rate, law enforcement users may waste time and resources pursuing unnecessary investigative leads. By conducting tests to verify that NGI-IPS is sufficiently accurate for all allowable candidate list sizes—including ensuring that the detection and false positive rates are identified—the FBI would have reasonable assurance that NGI-IPS provides investigative leads that help enhance, rather than hinder or overly burden, criminal investigation work. Even more, the FBI would help ensure that it is sufficiently protecting the privacy and civil liberties of U.S. citizens enrolled in the database.

Jennifer Lynch, an EFF attorney, noted in a blog post that “many of the 411.9 million face images to which FBI has access—like driver’s license and passport and visa photos—were never collected for criminal or national security purposes.”

And facial recognition is no crime-fighting panacea, either. It’s been found to be biased against African-Americans, and utterly failed in the Boston bombing manhunt.

The FBI, in its reply to the GAO report, said the bureau “has established practices that protect privacy and civil liberties beyond the requirements of the law.

“The FBI fully recognizes that the automated nature of face recognition technology and the sheer number of photos now available for searching raise important privacy and civil liberties considerations. For that reason, the FBI has made privacy and civil liberties integral to every decision from the inception regarding its use of face recognition technology,” the bureau added.Screen-Shot-2016-06-18-at-11.12.16-AM-640x521

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