from Titus Frost:
ALIBABA GROUP DEBUTS ADVANCED FACIAL RECOGNITION GUEST CHECK-IN AT THEIR FLYZOO HOTEL IN CHINA THAT WILL SOON BECOME THE GLOBAL STANDARD
by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
Thanks to technology culled from across Alibaba’s vast network of companies, most notably Fliggy, Alibaba’s online travel platform, guests can immerse themselves in the crossroads of hospitality and technology. As Skift reports, it all starts with booking through an app, where guests can pick a floor and a view, exploring the minimalist room. Check-in is a breeze, too, especially for Chinese guests who can use the app to scan their faces to expedite the process .
FlyZoo, which is reportedly a Chinese pun for “must stay,” is a 290-room ultra-modern boutique hotel in Hangzhou, China that lets guests play with technology, check in with ease, and spend the night in the future for a low price of around $205—and at the cost of your privacy.
by Ethan Huff, Natural News:
Plagiarizing Nazi-era oppression almost verbatim, Rockland County, New York, located to the northwest of New York City, has decided to ban all unvaccinated children from public places, citing “public health” concerns as the impetus behind this heinous affront to civil rights.
At the direction of Rockland County Executive Ed Day, anyone under the age of 18 in Rockland County will now be prohibited from leaving the house unless he or she is fully up-to-date with all CDC-recommended vaccinations, including the highly controversial MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella.
from Technocracy News:
The push to turn America’s cities into Chinese-style surveillance networks has found a new partner in Detroit, Michigan
The only difference between what is happening in San Diego and what is happening in Detroit is, they are not using the same smart street lights to spy on everyone. Detroit uses Intellistreets a company known to have strong ties to Homeland Security.
Brazil’s Top Election Court Catches Google Manipulating Search Results to Point to Negative Entries on Bolsonaro …Just Like They Do with Conservatives in America
by Jim Hoft, The Gateway Pundit:
The Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSA), Brazil’s top election court, fined Fernando Haddad (President Jair Bolsonaro’s leftist opponent) for having a contract with Google to manipulate search results during the election.
Luiz Edson Fachin, of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), ruled that the PT candidate for the presidency, Fernando Haddad, paid Google to highlight negative content and manipulated searches to point to a website with negative coverage of Bolsonaro.
Google wasn’t fined because they claimed that as soon as they were notified by the court of the irregularities they dishonored the contract.
Door-to-door gun confiscations begin in New Zealand; one gun owner already dead, thousands targeted by armed government thugs
by JD Heyes, DC Clothesline:
If you want to know what tyranny looks like in a “democracy,” turn your gaze towards New Zealand, where liberal tolerance and acceptance has been replaced by anti-gun zealotry and authoritarianism, thanks to a single act of violence by a man who wasn’t even born on the island.
Following Brenton Tarrant’s terrorist attack on a pair of mosques earlier this month, the New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, and her government wasted no time in declaring that an entire class of firearms that were previously legal to own were suddenly illegal to own.
“Assault” weapons of the type used by Tarrant during his attack have no place in a civil society, you see, even if 99.999 percent of them are owned by law-abiding people and used responsibly.
by Simon Black, Sovereign Man:
Today we’re continuing our new weekly feature, where each Friday we highlight a number of often bizarre stories from around the world that we’re closely following.
When it comes to business, this story pretty much sums up how far the Land of the Free has fallen from its free-wheeling economic golden age.
We’ve covered a number of stories over the years of cops shutting down lemonade stands, and teens being stopped from mowing lawns and shoveling driveways because they don’t have proper licenses and permits.
by Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project:
As Killeen police wrote a ticket a minute, the son of one of their own walked free despite killing an unarmed man on video.
Killeen, TX — The cops in Killeen, Texas are garnering some much needed scrutiny this week after a report from a local news outlet found that they have been aggressively targeting drivers in a speed trap. Just last week, Killeen cops wrote at total of 95 traffic tickets in just an hour and a half. That is over one ticket a minute.
by Peter D’Abrosca, Big League Politics:
“Unplanned” is the true story of a manager of a Planned Parenthood clinic who turned into an pro-life activist during her work at the abortion clinic.
Nearly an hour after Bratcher Tweeted about the suspension, sparking fierce backlash from Twitter users, the movie’s official account announced that it was back online.
“Thank you everyone for your support in letting
@Jack & @Twitter know when our Unplanned Movie account was recently suspended without cause. We are back and excited for the great response we’re getting in theaters this weekend,” it said.
by Kevin Mooney, DC Clothesline:
An elderly veteran who ran a business supplying water to fight forest fires was prosecuted by the federal government and sent to prison for digging ponds on his own property, one of his lawyers says.
Joe Robertson, a Navy veteran from Montana, was 78 when he was convicted and sentenced to 18 months in federal prison and ordered to pay $130,000 in restitution through deductions from his Social Security checks.