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An Incredibly Brief History of Anti-Black Surveillance

Today in No-Shit-Sherlock, records show that the Dept. of Homeland Security has been surveilling Black Lives Matter activists since Ferguson. (Hi, Jeh Johnson! Hope you got me on my good side! 1,032 more words

Culture And Society

The American Rise of the Surveillance State

*Originally written as a term paper for Vivek Chibber’s course of Contemporary Marxism in Theory

Ghassan raised his head to the incessant buzzing noise that broke the unending ringing in his ears from the last shelling. 6,802 more words


Op, Sussanah

I had a dream the other night, when everything was still; 
I thought I saw Susanna dear, a coming down the hill.

Ran across this piece over at a site I found recently, …

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Disinformation: How to Spot The Lies and the Fakes

I need to address the issue of disinformation, because anyone researching the topic of Gangstalking, is going to be confronted with it repeatedly.

I mentioned a little bit about the organization of a Gangstalking group in my last post. 1,270 more words


disinformationtruthbrigade reblogged this on Linda4444 Disinformation Agent and commented:

This blog explains organized stalking and perpetrator tactics very clearly. This post on Disinformation is particularly good and covers aspects of disinformation that Linda4444 uses on her Talkshoe podcasts.
The truth is very plain to see if we step away from the programming that we currently subject ourselves to. Whether it be on the internet, the television & movies or "helpful" podcasts, those who mix truth with lie are of the dark side and have ulterior motives within the T.I. community and society in general.

How the CIA Killed Tupac, Cobain, Lennon, Hendrix & Other Activists with John Potash

The CIA’s murderous targeting of Tupac Shakur, Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, the Black Panthers and other leftist political activists is explored in this eye-opening interview with Drugs as Weapons Against Us author John Potash. 127 more words