from Tommy Robinson:
One Of ‘2019’s Top Tech Trends’ Could Be Used To Route Americans Straight To FEMA Camps As 2019 Marks The Year ‘PENTADEATH’ Comes To America
by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
– The Globalists Shoot For Total Control With 5G Kill Grid Tech Going Global
According to this new story over at USA Today, tech trends in 2019 will include 5G, A.I. and 8K with their story proclaiming the year ahead looks like “an alphabet soup of progress“. Reporting that 2019 will be the year that 5G tech is really rolled out all across the country, with at least 25 different operators rolling out 5G first in the cities, their story also reports to expect to see 5G hotspots appearing all over, promising to bring lightning fast download speeds while ignoring the fact that the 5G network will be using the same EMF waves as the Pentagon’s crowd control systems.
by Guy Clapperton, Medium:
A small number of employees are agreeing to subcutaneous implants — and the idea is spreading
Dave Coplin is trying to explain to me why people across two continents are suddenly allowing their employers to put microchips under their skin.
“I do this to my dog — why wouldn’t I do it to myself?” Coplin says. I’m not convinced, so he launches into a anecdote about a club on the Mediterranean party island of Ibiza where people could chip themselves and then use the chip to buy drinks. Coplin suspects this was because they weren’t wearing many clothes.
by John Vibes, The Free Thought Project:
As the world rallies around a baby who is being held captive and denied medical care by the UK government, police are threatening his online supporters.
A 23-month-old baby boy named Alfie Evans has been fighting for his life in a British hospital for months. Aflie has a degenerative neurological condition that doctors say is incurable, and thus the medical staff at the hospital has basically condemned the child to die.
Alfie’s parents want to do everything in their power to keep him alive. However, unfortunately, the UK government has the final say as to how the child will be treated, and a series of court rulings have ordered the hospital to take him off of life support.
by Derrick Broze, Activist Post:
Victims of Facebook’s most recent purge should not forget the connections between the social media giant and the Western Military-Industrial Complex.
On Thursday, Facebook announced they were unpublishing, or purging, over 500 pages and 200 accounts who are accused of spreading political spam. Several of these pages and writers were also removed from Twitter on the same day.
Having started on Monday, the US Army continues its war drills across the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area through Saturday with the goal of enhancing Army Special Forces skills by “operating in urban environments”, Army Special Operations Command said in a statement.
Residents around Los Angeles may hear sounds associated with the field training exercise, including helicopters and weapon simulations, according to the statement.
by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:
An LAPD cop was caught on video assaulting a child and even firing off a round from his service weapon but he will face no charges.
Los Angeles, CA — A disturbing video was uploaded to Facebook last year prompting massive backlash against the LAPD. Hundreds of residents took to protesting after the video showed an LAPD officer pull a gun and fire off a shot at an unarmed 13-year-old boy. Now, the cop in the video, officer Kevin Ferguson will face no consequences for his near-deadly and highly dangerous act of negligence.
According to the OCDA’s office, they claim even though prosecutors thought the officer’s actions were reprehensible, they would not be able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Ferguson committed a crime when he attacked a 13-year-old boy, assaulted him with a firearm, and employed unnecessary deadly force—all of which was captured on video.
Before they exonerated him, prosecutors called Ferguson’s actions that day “unwise, immature and flat-out horrible” but said they did not violate the law.
“It is our office’s conclusion based on all the evidence, that we are not able to prove, the evidence does not support a finding beyond a reasonable doubt that Mr. Ferguson committed a crime,” said Deputy District Attorney Ebrahim Baytieh.
The video sparked heated anti-police protests when it surfaced 11 months ago and the decision to not charge Ferguson will likely be met with even more backlash.
As the video begins, Ferguson is in a verbal dispute with the child.
According to the boy, the officer cursed at a girl who walked across his yard. When the boy protested the officer’s language, that is when he grabbed him, according to witnesses.
“That’s not what I said,” the officer replied.
“Shut the fuck up,” the officer said. “You weren’t even there.”
A struggle ensues and another teen rushes at the officer, sending him into some bushes. As the officer is dragging the 13-year-old through the hedge, he pulls out his gun and fires off a round.
Luckily no one was hit.
Ferguson—the man who instigated the incident and fired his gun in a residential neighborhood around children—was not arrested. However, the 13-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy were both arrested. The 13-year-old’s parents got him out of the juvenile detention center the next day and immediately called the LAPD after they saw the video to dispute the official story.
“The confrontation began over ongoing issues with juveniles walking across the officer’s property,” Anaheim police said at the time after cellphone video of the altercation was posted on YouTube.
The boy “is alleged to have threatened to shoot the off-duty officer,” Anaheim police said.
However, according to both the video and the boy and his parents, that did not happen. The boy claimed he was going so “sue” the officer, not “shoot” him.
The dispute among the stories was the subject of the protests last year as riot police and civilians clashed.
“Calling and sending emails to APD voicing your displeasure will NOT impact the outcome,” the department posted on its Facebook page. “A decision whether or not to file charges rests with the District Attorney’s office and is based on facts and evidence.”
Demonstrators lined the block in Anaheim shouting "no justice no peace," as police blocked the intersection pic.twitter.com/INmixM69F6
— Melissa Etehad اتحاد (@melissaetehad) 23 February 2017
“At the end of the day, he should know better,” said one woman. “He was taught and trained on how to uphold the law. So why does he get to break the law now?”
— Gabriel San Román (@gsanroman2) 23 February 2017
After the announcement that Ferguson would not be charged, the LAPD issued a statement that read in part: “The Department initiated a personnel complaint and a Categorical Use of Force investigation following the initial incident, and we have been working with the Orange County DA’s office and have awaited their decision about criminal prosecution in order for us to complete our investigation.”
Residents of Santa Ana be warned, Officer Ferguson is still a cop.
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YouTube alters search results to appease pro-abortion Leftists who seek total domination over all online content
by JD Heyes, Natural News:
The next time you hear a conservative news organization claim that the social media behemoths are biased against them, you should believe it.
Not only has a number of studies and analyses proven the claim, but there is also a boatload of anecdotal evidence building as well.
Take the case of April Glaser, a reporter for the uber-Left-wing site Slate. What she tweeted last week is incredible, and it should serve as a case study in disproving claims by the social media giants that allegations of bias by conservatives are unfounded.
by Oliver JJ Lane, Breitbart:
The EU has set up its own “fact checking” service in order to combat the spread of so-called “fake news” ahead of May’s European elections.
The new ‘Decoders of Europe’ site, based on the Boulevard St Germain in Paris, seeks to “answer a series of questions or accusations, explaining what constitutes the reality and sometimes the complexity of European policies. Beyond these explanations, our goal is also to better inform, on the eve of the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, what works in Europe!” according to the EU website.
It Begins: California Senator Introduces Bill to Kill Free Speech, Requires State-Sanctioned Fact Checkers to Approve Online Content
by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
Richard Pan is a far left California state senator.
Pan recently introduced legislation to crack down on free speech on the internet.
Pan’s legislation would force online publishers to utilize state-sanctioned fact checkers to approve content before it is posted online.