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The so called U.S 'troubled' by Russian move to shield its self from Commie Soros

Submitted by: ZooL @ 06:31 PM | Tuesday, December 1, 2015 | (url: http://www.nation...)

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We are deeply troubled by Russias continued restrictions against civil society organizations in Russia. Todays designation of the Open Society Foundations and the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation as so-called undesirable organizations will only further restrict the work of civil society in Russia for the benefit of the Russian people. This action is yet another example of the Russian Governments growing crackdown on independent voices and a deliberate step to further isolate the Russian people from the world.

We continue to be concerned about increasing restrictions on independent media, civil society, members of minority groups, and those seeking a voice in their government. Russians, like people everywhere, deserve an open marketplace of ideas, transparent and accountable governance, equal treatment under the law, and the ability to exercise their rights without fear of retribution. We urge the Government of Russia to uphold its international obligations and commitments to respect the freedoms of expression, peaceful assembly, and association, and the rule of law.

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Armed White men open fire on innocent black protesters

Submitted by: Mr Jimmy Pop @ 05:59 AM | Tuesday, November 24, 2015 | (url: http://www.nytime...)

the men turned around and opened fire on the demonstrators before fleeing. The police said on Twitter that they were looking for three white male suspects.


#shitjustgotreal


Why We Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.?

Submitted by: Mr Jimmy Pop @ 11:58 AM | Sunday, July 19, 2015 | (url: http://www.king-r...)

[b]Each year a fundamental question arises. Young people especially want to know, "Why do we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? The following is a brief analysis which can be duplicated and shared with schools, churches, organizations and the media.[b]

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In 1776, the American Colonies declared their freedom from Great Britain. In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote that "all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." That is, Jefferson declared that all citizens have the rights to be free from oppression and have equal opportunities in pursuing their goals. These ideals have been called the American Dream.



Efforts to give black people their rights never stopped, but the changes were not enough. After World War II, many more people felt that new laws were needed. In 1954, the Supreme Court ruled that blacks and whites could go to the same schools, saying that "separate but equal" schools were inherently unequal. However, many people still did not want to change. It took a strong leader, a person who believed in peace and justice, to win more freedom for black Americans. Martin Luther King, Jr. was that man.

Between 1955 and 1968, Martin Luther King, Jr. helped change America. He brought to the world's attention how unfairly blacks were treated. He had the help of millions of Americans, but his strong leadership and unprecedented power of speech gave people the faith and courage to keep working peacefully even when others did not. This led to new laws that ended the practice of keeping people of different backgrounds apart, making life fairer for everyone.

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HUMAN KILL SWITCH ENGAGE

Submitted by: ZooL @ 07:49 PM | Tuesday, May 20, 2014 | (url: http://www.extrem...)

Here come the rice-grain-sized brain implants: Stanford discovers way of beaming power to microimplants deep inside your body

[i]Stanford electrical engineer and biological implant mastermind, Ada Poon, has discovered a way of wirelessly transmitting power to tiny, rice-grain-sized implants that are deep within the human body. This could well be the breakthrough that finally allows for the creation of smaller pacemakers, body-wide sensor networks, and a new class of electroceutical devices that sit deep in the human brain and stimulate neurons directly, providing an alternative for drug-based therapies for depression, Alzheimers, and other neurological ailments. There will of course be the potential for elective, transhumanist applications as well.

The key to this discovery is a new method of wirelessly transmitting power, dubbed mid-field powering. As the name implies, mid-field power transfer uses radio waves that sit between near-field (tens of gigahertz) and far-field (tens of megahertz). Near-field radiation can penetrate human flesh, but can only effectively transfer power over a short distance (millimeters). Far-field waves can transfer power over longer distances, but are unfortunately scattered or absorbed by human skin. To create mid-field waves, Poon created a patterned antenna (pictured below) that generates special near-field waves. When these special waves hit the skin, they turn into mid-field waves that can then penetrate a few more centimeters of flesh. (For more on how wireless power transfer actually works, read our explainer.)[/i]



Here it comes - your child will have one soon - it will be mandatory - and it will be able to kill switch your nervous system.