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Always trust what your medical professional tells you.

They have your best interests at heart.

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^ hahaha.

The vaccines are going out of control.

destroying natural bodily defenses.

i think some basic ones are fine.. but they are pushing more and more to rake dollards
I really like how they do medicine over here for the most part.

They're more honest about it. If it's something serious go to the hospital and they'll take care of you.

If not, see a corner store doctor and load up on drugs.

Plain and simple.
(08-24-2013 05:39 PM)GMB13 Wrote: [ -> ]The pesticides and gmo plants that produce their own pesticide must have an effect, the cell phone towers angle is interesting though.

Yeah from what I read, the bees are being wiped out from a nicotine based pesticide they coat corn seeds in. Supposedly this pesticide comes off the seed and eventually gets into dew which kills the bees. A few European nations have banned its use. Euro nations like France and Italy can still do things like that because they are not owned (yet) by Monsanto like our FDA and congress. The states in the US that want to ban some of Monsanto's stuff are actually afraid to do so because Monsanto will sue the state. It is insanity, Monsanto is essentially telling people to "eat our poison or we will sue you".
‘Largest hack’ in Chinese history has Beijing stumped

(08-28-2013 12:55 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]‘Largest hack’ in Chinese history has Beijing stumped


A massive section of the Chinese Internet was knocked out Sunday in what authorities are calling the “largest hack in China’s history.” The attack has security experts at a loss and unable to determine the origins of the cyber-assault.

The China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) reported the outages Sunday. The government institution said they were the result of twin denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks occurring in close succession, starting at 2:00am local time (6:00pm GMT). The second attack was "long-lasting and large-scale," Chinese state media reported.

The CNNIC apologized to Internet users throughout the country and is still speculating over the possible causes.

“It's just another example that China does indeed have its own enemies who attempt to disrupt its Internet operations,” Jeffrey Carr, CEO of cyber security firm Taia Group, told the Wall Street Journal. “Such enemies include hackers from Taiwan, India, Tibet, the Middle East and, of course, the United States.”

Carr added that DDoS attacks are relatively easy to pull off and “can be as simple as downloading a free tool like Anonymous's LOIC product.”

In essence, DDoS attacks work by overloading a network with millions of requests and causing it to crash.

China has often been accused of orchestrating massive DDoS hack attacks of its own. In the first quarter of 2013, China was listed as the top source country for such attacks, according to a survey by security vendor Prolexic. The US ranked second on the list.

Earlier this year, Washington and Beijing both accused each other of large-scale cyber-espionage. The US government issued a stern warning to the Chinese over so-called “cyber-intrusions,” some of which Washington traced back to the Chinese government and military.

Beijing responded, claiming it had “mountains” of data on US hacks into its systems, but added that pointing fingers was not “helpful in solving the problem."

The conflict was further fueled by former CIA employee Edward Snowden’s leaked files that detailed mass US hacks on the Chinese.

“The NSA does all kinds of things, like hack Chinese cellphone companies to steal all of your SMS data,” Snowden was quoted as saying on the South China Morning Post's website.

The documents showed the US National Security Agency had been hacking mobile operator networks and intercepting millions of text messages.

The former NSA contractor reportedly provided the paper with documents detailing specific attacks on computers over a four-year period, including Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, dates of attacks and whether a computer was still being monitored remotely.
possible warning from the NWO?
Nah, I think they would be trying such underhanded tactics either way. Subversion and underhanded tactics are basically their MO.
The Wall Street Journal Launches a WikiLeaks Competitor, SafeHouse

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Where does that big under-ocean Internet-carrying pipe originate from?

Asked the man in Hong Kong. How easy would it be to knock out the Internet if shit goes down?

Does every country have their own, or to they bring it in from somewhere else?

If anyone knows anything about how our information flow flows, please let me know.

TBH, I'm a little nervous.
Satellites or wifi

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There's a trans-oceanic pipe though isn't there? A few years ago Asia got rocked because it broke somewhere.

I don't remember the details, I just wanted faster Internet again. Eventually it got fixed and it all moved on.

Now I'm wondering how dependent we are on that pipe. Seems to me that could get easily snapped if things get ugly.
(08-30-2013 03:18 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]The Wall Street Journal Launches a WikiLeaks Competitor, SafeHouse

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This seems both good and bad. A more accurate version of news is certainly a good thing but at the same time, I feel like "CT" narratives will be spun in order to minimize damage.
^ yes. the idea is that they'll release their own bad news and CT.. this way they can control it.

the DOD is doing this now too.. they announced they would be reporting more bad news.
Quote:Leaked Snowden docs show for first time that DNA test verified identity of Osama bin Laden’s body
Classified intelligence agencies budget reveals details of operation which until now Pentagon had reportedly tried to hide


strange snowden leak.
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