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Las Vegas False Flag Whistleblower "John" Murdered Following FBI Raid After CIA Communication Devices Discovered Reader 10/09/2017 (Mon) 15:40:03 Id: 7956a5 [Preview] No. 2281 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
ALL RELATED: >>>/news/2075 ; >>>/news/2073 ; >>>/news/2092 ; >>>/news/2186

Remember the CIA anon "John" who warned about a coming Vegas False Flag Attack two weeks before the shooting!? His name is John Beilman. He and his daughter were killed by the FBI/CIA!

https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/144586367/

A key eyewitness in the Las Vegas mass shooting "committed suicide" and "killed his daughter" shortly after the FBI raided his home.

John Beilman was wanted by federal agents in connection to a communications device discovered in Stephen Paddock’s hotel room at the Mandalay Bay.

The FBI had raided Beilman’s home one day before he shot his disabled daughter and then himself, according to sources close to the investigation.

Neon Nettle reports: Agents executed a search warrant and raided Beilman’s Williamsburg Drive home the day before he took his daughter, Nicole, into the backyard and shot her and then himself in the back of the head with a 12-gauge shotgun.

According to this report, upon the FBI searching the Mandalay Bay Hotel room used by CIA gun runner Stephen Paddock, a cell phone charger was discovered that had no accompanying phone—with SVR technology experts noting that this type of charger is used to charge a CP502520 3.0V 600mAh Li-MnO2 Non-rechargeable Thin Cell Battery used in various communication devices by both US Special Forces and CIA forces.

The company making this unique lithium battery, this report details, is Ultralife Corporation, based in Newark, New York, that specializes in military communications systems for the Pentagon—and whose lead engineer for this particular communication systems development was John Beilman.

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Vegas Cops Change Story, Security Guard Shot BEFORE Mass Shooting Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 23:31:14 Id: 768f03 [Preview] No. 2312 del
Vegas Cops Change Story, Security Guard Shot BEFORE Mass Shooting

LA Times, October 9: “Police have dramatically changed their account of how the Las Vegas massacre began on Oct. 1, revealing Monday that the gunman shot a hotel security guard [in the leg through the closed door of his hotel room] six minutes before opening fire on a country music concert — raising new questions about why police weren’t able to pinpoint the gunman’s location sooner.”

The previous police story was: Paddock shot security guard Campos after he finished firing on the concert crowd.

The LA Times focuses on how this new information changes the timeline of events—in particular, the addition of minutes before police arrived at Paddock’s door.

Really? That’s the takeaway?

There is a far more serious question. Why did Paddock shoot the security guard through his hotel room door, with 200 rounds of ammunition (according to police), BEFORE starting to fire on the concert crowd?

Whether or not Paddock was using a silenced weapon to shoot the security guard, didn’t he think 200 rounds through a door might possibly alert people in the hotel to what he was about to do—kill people at the concert?

Security guard Campos, according to the Times, was on Paddock’s 32nd floor to check on an alert about another guest’s room door having being left open. Campos wasn’t there to check on Paddock. There is no indication Paddock was suspected of anything.

The new Vegas police sequence of events now goes this way: Paddock is in his room preparing to slaughter people at the concert; security guard Campos comes to the 32nd floor to check on a report of another guest’s door having been left open; Paddock sees Campos out in the hallway outside his door (using a camera Paddock had installed); Paddock fires 200 rounds through his door and hits Campos in the leg; leaving Campos there, Paddock then WAITS SIX MINUTES and begins firing through his broken window(s) at the concert crowd.

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Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 00:02:41 Id: 95c660 [Preview] No. 2314 del
>>2309
Try your local FBI building or congress, dipshit. Better yet join your local veterans group and plea. Dumb endchan posters.


Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 13:56:09 Id: 2cdc24 [Preview] No. 2323 del
>>2314
>Try your local FBI building

Yah, and then end up red listed and an official surveillance target for speaking out about government-sponsored terrorism. If your lucky, they won't bump you off in the middle of the night.

>join your local veterans group and plea

That's a much better idea but you'd still have some brickheads who would demonise the shit out of you in front of their pals. Not all vets are fully awake, and those that aren't know how to break your back if you dare offend them by going against the consensus.

So a little anonymous plea on an image board can't be such a bad alternative option considering all the other pitfalls.

Be my guest though, I'll praise you for being much braver than I am if you follow through with it.


Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 21:11:39 [Preview] No. 2342 del
>>2323
And yet you wonder why the USA is still shit. Have fun talking to wall, lit. the end of the imageboards. I am sure some miracle will turn up.


Reader 10/13/2017 (Fri) 08:09:53 [Preview] No. 2383 del
>>2281
>used to charge a .. Non-rechargeable?

hm, rly makes u think



Great Sovereign Nation of Hungary Declares George Soros An Agent Of Satan Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 18:21:46 Id: e38824 [Preview] No. 2332 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The Hungarian government has established itself as a steadfast opponent of George Soros and the globalist agenda at the political and social levels, but now they have taken the battle spiritual.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=5kHNrru_Zbs [Embed]

The Hungarian government has established itself as a steadfast opponent of George Soros and the globalist agenda at the political and social levels, but now they have taken the battle spiritual, warning Soros is executing a Satanic scheme to destroy Europe.

András Aradszki, Hungary's State Secretary for Energy, delivered a speech to fellow parliamentarians titled, "The Christian duty to fight against the Satan/Soros Plan," in which he warned of an all-out attack on Christianity, traditional values, and the nuclear family.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=BqdQk4ETko4 [Embed]

"We see this with abortion, euthanasia, same-sex marriage, and the forced politicization of gender theory. The Soros mercenaries do not cite the Holy Father’s thoughts on this," he said. "We see the great European attacks against families, in which Soros and his comrades want to destroy the independence and values of nation states for the purpose of watering down the Christian spirit of Europe with the forced settlement of tens of millions of migrants. But the fight against Satan is a Christian duty."

"Yes, I speak of an attack by Satan, who is also the angel of denial, because they are denying what they are preparing to do — even when it is completely obvious." he continued. "They frantically try to prove that there is no quota, there is no compulsory settlement, and the Soros Plan does not exist."

Aradszki spoke on the power of prayer in combating the Satanic-Islamic influence looming over Europe, and the importance of Christians banding together to stand against it, saying, "the rosary is the strongest weapon against evil and it is capable of changing history. George Soros will also experience this."

He also used his address to stress the importance of a new 'national consultation,' which is essentially a questionnaire and information campaign directed at voters to educate them on the 'Soros Plan' - specifically as it pertains to forced 'refugee resettlement' and border controls - and also to garner their feedback on how they would see it handled by the Hungarian government.

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Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 16:46:01 Id: 60e3c4 [Preview] No. 2373 del
>>2368
You have been told voting in the USA doesn't work, but your crap brain doesn't even comprehend that


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 18:15:07 Id: 2944f4 [Preview] No. 2374 del
>>2373
So in other words your "solution" is to cave and give up, right? Fuck you, seriously. I rather vote the incumbents OUT of office. If the next ones are shit, we should vote them OUT too.

Career politicians like angry people not voting because they'll just keep getting re-elected over and over and over like we have seen for 50+ years now. There are NO such thing as term limits for Congress in America. We either vote them out or they stay in.


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 18:20:10 [Preview] No. 2375 del
>great sovereign nation
tell me that when I don't go to prison for denying the holocaust

Orban loves to suck the dick of Bibi Netanyahu.


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 18:47:55 Id: 2944f4 [Preview] No. 2377 del
>>2375
Same thing happening in most other European nations, especially Germany today. You dare utter the word "Hitler" your ass would be thrown in jail faster that you could say____


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 18:53:42 Id: 2944f4 [Preview] No. 2378 del
>>2377
PS: I know this to be fact because I know a doctor who is German-American who travels to Germany to visit relatives every year. He said free speech is dead over there, you dare say one thing about Germany's history people will freak out and tell you to be quite because "the authorities might here you." People seriously get arrested over political correctness in many European nations.



Socialist US Government Continues To Piss Away Tax Dollars As America Slips Into Third World Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 18:43:43 Id: 0d5fe4 [Preview] No. 2376 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The National Institutes of Health is wasting over $200,000 on a "Facebook intervention" targeting young gay people who smoke.

The University of California, San Francisco received the funding for the project, which began in August. The goal of the study is to create a "culturally-tailored intervention" on social media for LGBTQ teens.

"Sexual and gender minority (SGM) young adults (those who identify with a sexual orientation that is non-heterosexual such as gay, lesbian, or bisexual; or those who have a gender identity different from the sex assigned to them at birth) are disproportionately affected by tobacco use and associated health conditions; yet they face significant barriers to treatment participation and lower levels of satisfaction with treatment than others," according to the grant for the project.

"Despite consensus that SGMs fare better when programs are tailored to address their specific needs, there is an extreme lack of such services available," the grant continues. "Social media offer phenomenal opportunity to engage young people in intervention to treat tobacco use."

While the federal government pisses away our tax dollars, America's infrastructure continues to crumble. Many Americans can't afford healthcare thanks to Obamacare... nothing being done about that. The border remains unsecured. Students can't pay off their huge loans, trapped in debt. The federal government won't manage the land they keep grabbing from ranchers, see the huge Califonia wildfire burning down thousands of acres of land that was mis-managed by the federal government.

https://archive.fo/xHjXT



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Holy Coverup! Mandalay Bay Security Guard Jesus Campos Fired... And You'll Never Guess Why Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 13:24:58 Id: f69fac [Preview] No. 2321 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
ALL RELATED: >>>/news/2075 ; >>>/news/2073 ; >>>/news/2092 ; >>>/news/2186 ; >>>/news/2281

Mandalay Bay security guard Jesus Campos has been fired from his job at the Casino, according to a report by journalist Laura Loomer.

Campos had claimed that before the Las Vegas massacre began, he alerted hotel staff to the gunman on the 32nd floor – but was completely ignored.

Gotnews.com reports: According to the photos originally obtained by Loomer and provided exclusively to GotNews, Campos is not listed in Workday, which is the hotel’s employee system database. While a “Jesus A” is listed, there is no indication Campos is still there: https://archive.fo/pZIFh

It is unclear if he has been fired, resigned, or is not in the system for some other reason.

This follows yesterday’s bombshell revelation, in which Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo announced in his press conference that mass murderer Stephen Paddock shot Campos at 9:59 PM on October 1st, six minutes before the massacre started. Authorities previously asserted that Campos had interrupted and distracted Paddock while he was firing on the country music concert crowd below.

https://archive.fo/Revut
http://abcnews.go.com/US/latest-las-vegas-mass-shooting/story?id=50367905

“While on the ground in Vegas, I have exclusively obtained a picture of the ‘Workday’ log of security and surveillance staff at Mandalay Bay as of October 10 whose names begin with the letter J,” Loomer told GotNews. “‘Workday’ is the official database used by MGM to keep track of employee profiles. Less than 24 hours following the LVMPD press conference yesterday in which Jesus Campo’s timeline and role in the shooting changed substantially, he has been scrubbed from the employee system as a security guard.”

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Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 14:10:18 Id: f69fac [Preview] No. 2324 del
Here are archives of all the evidence posted so far pointing to a false flag attack in Las Vegas:

Recent Las Vagas Shooting Was False Flag Terror Attack To Expand Police State, $$$ OSI Systems and Mr. Chertoff Involved $$$

https://archive.fo/5n7kT
https://endchan.xyz/news/res/2073.html

Las Vagas Flase Flag Terror Attack Exposed: Multiple Gunmen Witnessed, Video Footage & Police Radio Confirms Multiple Shooters

https://archive.fo/Mjt33
https://endchan.xyz/news/res/2075.html

False Flag: Five Details That DO NOT Add Up About The Las Vegas Mass Shooting Narrative

https://archive.fo/ISLXC
https://endchan.xyz/news/res/2092.html

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us is a joke


LVMPD Hints At Multiple Shooters In Vegas: Different Weapons Were Fired At Different Locations Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 16:36:21 Id: 06aef4 [Preview] No. 2371 del
LVMPD Hints At Multiple Shooters In Vegas: Different Weapons Were Fired At Different Locations

The Commander of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) has admitted that different types of weapons were fired from different locations during the mass shooting on October 1st.

Speaking on KNPR Radio, second-in-command Undersheriff Kevin McMahill admitted that different weapons were fired from several different vantage point at the Mandalay Bay’s north tower.

Intellihub.com reports: The Undersheriff said that Stephen Paddock had a total of 23 weapons in his room at the time of the shooting and said that several different weapons were fired and that several had jammed.

“There were different types of weapons being fired and most certainly the rate which they were being fired,” he said. “As we told you before, there was twenty-three weapons in the room — and I can also tell you that the one end room was the one that looked down onto the music festival, the adjacent adjoining room that had a connected door inside had a completely different caliber rifle that he was using as a single shot rifle.”

“I am one-hundred percent confident that [Paddock] was solely responsible for pulling the trigger on all those weapons,” he added. “There were two distinct vantage points.”

McMahill said that Paddock fired at the airport fuel tanks before he ‘opened up fire into masses of people,’ but later said that Paddock fired onto the crowd from an elevated position after he had shot security guard Jesus Campos at 9:59 p.m. which is 9 minutes before automatic gunfire rang out.

The Undersheriff explained that although investigators are doing there best to solve the crime new details are constantly emerging which are forcing LVMPD to adjust the timeline here and there.

“We thought that we had a relatively good picture until a couple of days ago,” he said. “[…] we also found out that there was a maintenance man that had come up to check the stairwell that the security officer had reported at being barricaded. […] we believe that the security guard did what he was ordered to do which was to go up and check the door alarm.”

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Mandalay Bay Valet Goes Missing (Likely Killed) After Claiming Shooter Did Not Have Many Bags Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 16:37:22 Id: 06aef4 [Preview] No. 2372 del
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Mandalay Bay Valet Goes Missing (Likely Killed) After Claiming Shooter Did Not Have Many Bags

A Mandalay Bay valet, who parked Stephen Paddock’s car when he checked in, has mysteriously disappeared after giving an interview to mainstream media in which he insisted the suspected shooter was “a normal guy” and “didn’t have many bags.“

Chad Nishimura, a long term employee of Mandalay Bay, gave the interview to Moanike’ala Nabarro, a reporter for Hawaiian ABC affiliate, KITV4 News.

The article has now been deleted from the KITV4 News website after it appeared to go against the “official narrative” that “lone wolf” gunman Paddock managed to smuggle enough guns for a small army into his hotel suite completely unnoticed by staff or security personnel monitoring the hotel’s CCTV.

KITV4 have so far refused to explain why their article was suddenly scrubbed from their website, or if they were acting under outside orders.

Nishimura, a Hawaii native, has also completely vanished since the report was published, and all of his social media accounts have been deleted from the internet.

If it wasn’t for the archived interview with KITV4 News Hawaii, accessible after a little digging on archive.org, it would be as if Nishimura never existed.

Friends and colleagues say the valet has been “totally unreachable for days” since shortly after the 1 October attack that left 59 dead and hundreds more injured.

The KITV4 interview offered a very different perspective on the shooting compared to the content being produced by most mainstream media outlets. By interviewing somebody who actually met Stephen Paddock, the interview provided real insight into the event.

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New York Times Busted! Ties With Google, Facebook and Collusion With Media Censorship Exposed! Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 22:36:46 Id: d67997 [Preview] No. 2352 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/2299

WATCH: https://youtube.com/watch?v=r0c1Bph1jrQ [Embed]

DOWNLOAD: http://www91.zippyshare.com/v/c0qgFp8P/file.html

Project Veritas has released its second New York Times video, again featuring Audience Strategy Editor Nicholas Dudich. This time, the video gatekeeper describes how he can influence the news by manipulating social media and employing the help of his friends in Silicon Valley.

"As an editor, I'm a gatekeeper so I can choose what goes out and what doesn't go out. And let's say we wrote something about Facebook negatively... We actually just did a video about Facebook negatively, and I chose to put it in a spot that I knew wouldn't do well."

Dudich admits he has friends in Silicon Valley who help his videos trend. He buried the Facebook story because of his personal biases, and to protect his friends in Silicon Valley, which is in conflict with the New York Times mission.

When asked if it's good for business to have Silicon Valley connections, Dudich replied, "Yeah. Very good. Very, very good."

Dudich goes on to explain why he doesn't want anyone at The Times to know about his connections:

"Let's say something ends up on the YouTube front page, New York Times freaks out about it, but they don't know it's just because my friends curate the front page. So, it's like, a little bit of mystery you need in any type of job to make it look like what you do is harder than what it is."

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Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 16:18:04 Id: b13c05 [Preview] No. 2369 del
>>2352
Can't believe how hard the media is trying to cover this new footage up. Damage control...

PS: boycott all major social media.

Alternatives for twitter

https://gab.ai/
https://shitposters.club/
http://sealion.club/
https://freezepeach.xyz/

Alternatives for Youtube

https://www.bitchute.com/
https://www.minds.com/
http://streambotz.com/

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Commiefornia Despotism: Jail Time For Using Wrong Pronouns, Walk Free For Sreading HIV Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 22:41:46 Id: e954bc [Preview] No. 2311 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
America's decline into a cesspool of third world tyranny can't be felt harsher anywhere across the US than Commifornia!

In an effort to protect transexual individuals, authorities in California are now jailing people who use the wrong gender pronouns, while letting those who knowingly transmit HIV walk free.

California healthcare workers can face jail time for using the wrong gender pronouns. Newly signed legislation aims to protect transgender and other LGBT individuals in hospitals, care homes and other assisted living facilities. The bill aims to ensure those facilities accommodate trans people and their needs, including letting them decide which gender bathroom to use.

The bill’s sponsor, Democratic California State Senator Scott Wiener, has argued that nobody will be prosecuted using wrong pronoun. But the language in the bill allows that possibility.

According to the bill, unlawfull actions include:

“Wilfully and repeatedly failing to use transgender persons name or pronouns after he or she has been clearly informed of the preferred pronoun.”

The law states:

“If provisions are violated the violator could be punished by a fine not exceeding $1,000 or by imprisonment in county jail in a period not to exceed one year. Or both.”

Wiener’s office noted that violations for residential care facilities under existing law rarely result in criminal charges, especially when it comes to minor violations. So technically you’d be breaking law for using wrong pronouns, but you wouldn’t face punishment. So what’s the point in creating the law?

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Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 12:17:37 Id: 618485 [Preview] No. 2318 del
Since the despots are starting wildfires deliberately in California in attempt to burn down old homes so they can profit from all the newly build "smart" housing projects citizens should just leave this horrific hellhole state and not turn back once they are forced to evacuate.

If the federal or state government wanted they have plenty of resources available to put out this fire, but they don't. They want to force people to either move to cities like LA or to buy brand new homes that will be fitted with PG&E smart meters, Google thermostats and Amazon-hackable door locks.

Fuck that shit, I'd move and buy some property somewhere cheap like Montana or Missouri or Kentucky.

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Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 07:38:15 Id: b3f039 [Preview] No. 2364 del
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>>2318
How cheap is the property out there my man?


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 15:28:06 Id: 03ead1 [Preview] No. 2367 del
>>2364
That all depends on which state and what county in the state. Of-course you have to factor in transportation costs if you live in more rural areas. My bet would be to find a nice small town that still exists with at least a few thousand people. Make sure you look at property taxes, local laws and more importantly support the local shops because you don't want those going out of business if you live in a small area far away from other populated centers.

Agenda 21 is near, and this is why they want everyone dependent on the internet for everything. They want to bankrupt all the local businesses and create online monopolies that will then have total control over all prices: commodities and services. The goal is a cashless grid and to bankrupt all the small rural and suburban communities and force people into the disarmed, corrupt and violent mega-cities.

Prepare wisely, while you still can. Major institutions and governments are the enemies of old-school Americana and they want places like "Mayberry" (an Andy Griffith reference to good 'ol towns) either burnt to the ground or bankrupted.



Folks, This is Sad! Many Millennials Don't Even Know How To Use Tape Measures or Hammer Nails Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 18:50:07 Id: a128ed [Preview] No. 2304 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
America's third world decline confirmed?

As wall street analysts celebrate the coming of age of the millennial generation, a group of young people who were supposed to lead another revolutionary wave of consumerism if only they could work long enough to escape their parents' basement, retailers like Home Depot are panicked about selling into what will soon be America's largest demographic... but not for the reasons you might think.

While avocado resellers like Whole Foods only have to worry about creating a catchy advertising campaign to attract millennials, Home Depot is in full-on panic mode after realizing that an entire generation of Americans have absolutely no clue how to use their products. As the Wall Street Journal points out, the company has been forced to spend millions to create video tutorials and host in-store classes on how to do everything from using a tape measure to mopping a floor and hammering a nail.

Home Depot's VP of marketing admits she was originally hesitant because she thought some of their videos might be a bit too "condescending" but she quickly learned they were very necessary for our pampered millennials.

In June the company introduced a series of online workshops, including videos on how to use a tape measure and how to hide cords, that were so basic some executives worried they were condescending. “You have to start somewhere,” Mr. Decker says.

Lisa DeStefano, Home Depot vice president of marketing, initially hesitated looking over the list of proposed video lessons, chosen based on high-frequency online search queries. “Were we selling people short? Were these just too obvious?” she says she asked her team. On the tape-measure tutorial, “I said ‘come on, how many things can you say about it?’ ” Ms. DeStefano says.

Meanwhile, Scotts Miracle-Gro has been forced to start training classes to remind frustrated millennials, who can't seem to keep their flowers alive, that plants need sunlight to grow (apparently not a single millennial ever took biology in grade school). Commenting on the tutorials, a defeated VP of Corporate Affairs, Jim King, admitted "these are simple things we wouldn’t have really thought to do or needed to do 15 to 20 years ago"...sorry, Mr. King this is your life now.

Unfortunately, at least for the Home Depots of the world, millennials now represent the largest demographic in America with 4.75 million 26 year olds roaming the streets of New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles without a clue as to how to use a tape measure.

“These are simple things we wouldn’t have really thought to do or needed to do 15 to 20 years ago,” says Jim King, senior vice president of corporate affairs for Scotts. “But this is a group who may not have grown up putting their hands in the dirt growing their vegetable garden in mom and dad’s backyard.”

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Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 22:54:59 Id: 5b1957 [Preview] No. 2356 del
>>2355
Yah, but first day delivery is expensive. I have bought things on the internet before like DVDs, but if I recall first day shipping jacks the price to almost twice of what your paying for. I'd rather just get it in a local shop if I could, or if I got it online I'd wait the 3 or 4 days out regular shipping.


Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 23:04:38 [Preview] No. 2358 del
>>2356
Grandpa, just stop. DVDs have a 25 year expiration, and we use something called torrents, or P2P.
When your hardware store shuts down or rans out of supplies, your diesel car won't supply you the transportation for the extra distance to acquire your rubbish that you will need to replace yet again.
You lost your argument the moment you sympathized with the blog post.
You have been trolled.


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 07:22:53 Id: 8ee41d [Preview] No. 2361 del
I don't need a spooky hammer to put nails into a lesser man's skull, neither do you. Use screws, nails split the material but screws can be removed by an intelligent creature


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 09:57:00 Id: dbe9e5 [Preview] No. 2365 del
No kidding. This is what happens when the schools incessantly repeat the message that trade schools are for idiots and that everyone needs to go to college. If we hadn't sold all of our industries overseas, our young men wouldn't be gigantic faggots getting degrees in nigger studies or feminist literature (or jobs in middle management).

This has all been planned since the 1960s.


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 15:06:48 Id: cffbd7 [Preview] No. 2366 del
>>2358
Hardware stores won't shut down, unless we become a third world nation. Which, read my lips, may actually happen one day so be prepared in advance.

As far as DVDs, I know, that's why I have my favorite old movies and TV shows not only on DVD, but the dvd files (VIDEO_TS) are backed up on flashsdrives that I have stored offline. I have a DVD ripper that can convert/rip those files onto more DVDs if I need to do that in the future. And yes, I know what P2P clients are, I use Soulseek currently to download music.

>>2365
Yep, THAT is the problem. And today most students come back completely clueless and brainwashed with worthless degrees after going into $20,000+ student loan debts while they flip burgers at part time jobs struggling to pay that debt back off the next 30+ years.

The communist takeover of the school system has been complete.

Trade schools are the only other solution, they'll teach you skills you need to know to get a decent job. Unfortunately Americans today have to compete with foreign slave labor flooding into the country (thanks a lot to Obama and all the dems & cuckservatives!) This will drive down wages, all as planned by the Soviet-style takeover of the US.



Obama Wanted To Disarm America's Gun Owners... Trump Wants To Disarm North Korean Dictator... Which Is Worse? Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 21:07:21 Id: ffd5c0 [Preview] No. 2341 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
In an interview with Forbes that was published this week, President Donald Trump revealed that he did not hold back when discussing North Korea with former President Barack Obama.

“I mean President Obama told me — sitting right there, the two of us. He said that the previous — in the meeting we had prior to my coming into the White House — he said that was his toughest decision,” Trump said.

“But I said, but you didn’t make a decision, because you didn’t do anything. You let it go on,” he added.

Trump believes that previous administrations, especially Obama’s, should have dealt with the problems posed by North Korea and and its leaders’ nuclear aspirations.

He thinks that Obama’s course of action was simply to do nothing.

“I just, I feel strongly you cannot allow him to have nuclear weapons,” Trump explained, referring to current North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

In the interview, Trump also addressed a tweet he posted earlier this month in which he said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was “wasting his time” attempting diplomacy with North Korea.

While Obama was president, rather than focusing on North Korea's weaponry... he was eyeballing America's weaponry and displayed content towards our own 2nd Amendment rights.

What do you think is more of a threat to the US? American gun owners... or North Korea's nuclear capability?

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Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 07:36:16 Id: be944e [Preview] No. 2363 del
>Trump said-
Stop paying attention to what Trump says, just assume everything that comes out of his mouth is either a lie or a big lie. He is deflecting you from caring about the things that truly matter to you: your property.



Better news: Trump's DOJ wants to weaken encryption, again Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 22:39:56 [Preview] No. 2353 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks on Encryption at the United States Naval Academy

tl;dr he wants tech companies to weaken encryption, new jargon "Responsible encryption"

some nice nuggets:
>Warrant-proof encryption defeats the constitutional balance by elevating privacy above public safety
>Encrypted communications that cannot be intercepted and locked devices that cannot be opened are law-free zones that permit criminals and terrorists to operate without detection by police and without accountability by judges and juries.
>If companies are permitted to create law-free zones for their customers, citizens should understand the consequences,
>When police cannot access evidence, crime cannot be solved. Criminals cannot be stopped and punished.

And yes, Trump appointed RFR[1], Senate confirmed April.

Src:
https://web.archive.org/web/https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/deputy-attorney-general-rod-j-rosenstein-delivers-remarks-encryption-united-states-naval
https://archive.is/https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/deputy-attorney-general-rod-j-rosenstein-delivers-remarks-encryption-united-states-naval

[1]https://www.newyorker.com/news/ryan-lizza/why-trump-attacked-his-own-deputy-attorney-general


Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 22:47:38 Id: 46109a [Preview] No. 2354 del
>>2353
Well that fucking sucks. I'll admit I don't like all of Trump's picks. McMaster and Cohn being a couple of them, but this guy sucks too. These kinds of scumbags seem to cling everywhere in government no matter who becomes president.

Hopefully they fail and nothing is done. I don't go online without my private VPN enabled anymore.


Reader 10/12/2017 (Thu) 07:33:08 Id: 4452ce [Preview] No. 2362 del
>>2354
Don't like any of his picks. Like your own picks. The reason they're successful politicians instead of you is they are egoists and you're not, you cave to spooks and vote in patriots and religitards, liberals with slave mentalities, men enslaved to emotions like ambition, lust for power, or money, and the facists. I don't care about any of that, I just care about taking care of my own property when it interests me.



Police Using The Internet of SHIT To Bust Criminals: From 'Smart TVs' To 'Smart Pacemakers' Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 02:39:55 Id: 22f0e7 [Preview] No. 2295 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BOYCOTT THE INTERNET OF SHIT!
https://8ch.net/truthexpo/res/4.html

The firefighter found Richard Dabate on the floor of his kitchen, where he had made a desperate 911 call minutes earlier, court records show. Bleeding and lashed to a chair with zip ties, the man moaned a chilling warning: "They're still in the house."

Smoke hung in the air, and a trail of blood led to a darkened basement, as Connecticut State Police swarmed the large home in the Hartford suburbs two days before Christmas in 2015.

Richard, 41, told authorities a masked intruder with a "Vin Diesel" voice killed his wife, Connie, in front of him and tortured him. Police combed the home and town of Ellington but found no suspect.

With no witnesses other than Richard Dabate, detectives turned to the vast array of data and sensors that increasingly surround us. An important bit of evidence came from an unlikely source: the Fitbit tracking Connie's movements.

Others from the home's smart alarm systems, Facebook, cellphones, email and a key fob allowed police to re-create a nearly minute-by-minute account of the morning that they said revealed Richard's story was an elaborately staged fiction.

Undone by his data, Richard was charged with his wife's murder. He has pleaded not guilty.

The case, which is in pretrial motions, is perhaps the best example to date of how Internet-connected, data-collecting smart devices such as fitness trackers, digital home assistants, thermostats, TVs and even pill bottles are beginning to transform criminal justice.

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Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 02:40:30 Id: 22f0e7 [Preview] No. 2296 del
It's all true and documented. Point is this: if you expect any privacy you must keep this SHIT out of your home. Boycott all "smart" tech.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=4K0wSE-QDWA [Embed]
https://www.networkworld.com/article/2976270/internet-of-things/smart-refrigerator-hack-exposes-gmail-login-credentials.html
https://blogs.wsj.com/cio/2015/10/14/internet-of-things-security-issues-require-a-rethink-on-risk-management/
http://www.eweek.com/mobile/spying-on-consumers-by-samsung-s-smart-tvs-bashed-by-privacy-experts
https://thehackernews.com/2015/02/smart-tv-spying.html
http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/nsa-chief-says-govt-will-use-smart-home-devices-to-track-people/
https://www.engadget.com/2016/12/27/amazon-echo-audio-data-murder-case/
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/07/17/amazon-considering-allowing-developers-access-to-alexa-transcripts/
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/01/02/fridges-washing-machines-could-vital-witnesses-murder-plots/
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/02/10/in-the-future-your-refrigerator-will-spy-on-you/
https://archive.is/wlmPa <--------original link dead
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/01/us/politics/new-technologies-give-government-ample-means-to-track-suspects-study-finds.html?_r=0
https://www.computerworld.com/article/2476599/cybercrime-hacking/black-hat-nest-thermostat-turned-into-a-smart-spy-in-15-seconds.html
http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/02/09/exposed-googles-smart-home-surveillance-plans-or-how-not-to-be-colonized/
http://www.cnbc.com/2016/12/25/suddenly-hot-smart-home-devices-are-ripe-for-hacking-experts-warn.html

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Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 08:32:21 [Preview] No. 2298 del
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>10/10/201
>https://8ch.net/truthexpo/res/4.html
>two days before Christmas in 2015.
Alexa, why does Siri like Google Assistant hanging out with Bixby?
tbph, if you have a microphone, even on a dumbphone, you are already dead.


Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 16:03:56 Id: 9accfa [Preview] No. 2302 del
>>2298
All phones have 'microphones' and 'microspeakers' in them, that's how you people communicate on a telephone. The FBI has used ultra-sonic surveillance to remotely eavesdrop from vans parked a distance from phone booths even going back to the prohibition era.

My suggestion is if you can figure a way to muffle the microphone inside the dumbphone (while your not using it), yet still be able to hear when you get a call and be able to un-muffle it while in use ...that would be the best option.

And if you don't have any phone at this point you must not have much of a life either - which can become just a bad a problem (too much paranoia leads to isolation and mental problems). Hell, I don't have too many friends either but I sure do need a phone just to keep in touch and let them know where to meet up once in a while. And to keep in touch with my family. So a dumbphone will be suitable, it's not like I surf the internet with it or put any personal info into it. If the feds hear me talking over my phone, they'll be wasting their time and resources.


Reader 10/10/2017 (Tue) 21:33:15 Id: 99fdb7 [Preview] No. 2310 del
I wonder if you can get VPN service for a regular phone and get issued a random proxy phone number, that would be interesting to look into. I know there are VPNs for smartphones (because they are internet connected)... so why not VPN service for regular phones too?


Smart Devices Are Snitching on Owners and Rewriting the Criminal Justice System Reader 10/11/2017 (Wed) 19:08:11 Id: a6190b [Preview] No. 2334 del
Smart Devices Are Snitching on Owners and Rewriting the Criminal Justice System

A new type of court case is slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by smart devices.

Several cases over the last few years have focused on data transmitted within the modern smart home, while a couple of others add an extra dimension of police completely reconstructing a crime scene based upon data collected from the home as well as the various Internet-connected devices that we wear.

The very nature of the 1st, 4th and 5th Amendments to the Constitution appears to be at stake.

Somewhat ironically, James Bates subsequently requested recordings from his Amazon Echo to defend himself against these charges, which resulted in Amazon waiving their standard privacy conditions.

A second case followed wherein we saw a police narrative emerge that a crime had been prevented by a home’s smart system. A domestic dispute resulted in Eduardo Barros allegedly wielding a firearm against his girlfriend and threatening to kill her. However, during the argument he exclaimed, “Did you call the sherrifs?” This activated a voice-controlled sound system in his home and dialed 911. After an hours-long standoff, the suspect was taken into custody and charged. Law enforcement was quick to hail the smart technology as having “saved a life.” But it was the presiding judge who shook privacy advocates by accepting the evidence regardless of how it was obtained, saying that there was indeed probable cause for the arrest without a warrant.

But it is the bizarre case of Richard Dabate, as recounted in the Chicago Tribune that offers up new complexities in the argument about how far police should be able to go in obtaining information and using it to investigate crimes.

During the course of the investigation, police realized that Richard’s wife Connie was wearing a Fitbit – a wearable device with a feature that tracks how many steps a person takes while exercising or going about their daily activities. The numbers didn’t match according to Richard’s account of what had happened, differing by a wide margin. Nor did the records from Richard’s smart key, which show that his alarm was activated at 8:50 a.m., then turned off at 8:59 p.m – from his basement. His email, which he claimed was sent from the road, actually showed that he sent it from his home IP address. Richard was arrested and now awaits judgment after pleading not guilty.

The Tribune noted one additional case where even a man’s pacemaker snitched him out to police. He claimed that he woke up to his house on fire, but after police summoned records of his cardiac rhythm, he was found to have been awake at the time the blaze began. He was arrested and charged for arson and insurance fraud.

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