Thursday, February 4, 2016
DEPOPULATION BY DESIGN 2016~ZIKA VIRUS, OXITEC & THE BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION, TINKERING WITH GENETICALLY MODIFIED MALE MOSQUITOES
ZIKA VIRUS, OXITEC & THE BILL & MELINDA GATES FOUNDATION-
DEPOPULATION BY DESIGN 2016
GENETICALLY MODIFIED MALE MOSQUITOES
ESTABLISHMENT GLOBALISTS & SOCIALISTS USE MEDIA TO PUSH FOR RUBIO~CRUZ & HIS CAMPAIGN'S DIRTY POLITICS~RAND PAUL PULLS OUT OF PRESIDENTIAL RACE
RUBIO'S "CONSERVATIVE" SOCIALISM
ALEX JONES' COMMENTARY
THE ESTABLISHMENT PUSH FOR RUBIO
BY KURT NIMMO
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes
Going into New Hampshire the establishment will rally behind the third place winner in Iowa, Marco Rubio.
SUPER BOWL THEATRICS: ACCLIMATING AMERICANS TO THE PRESENCE OF MILITARY~DHS TO "PROTECT" SUPER BOWL GAME WITH F-15 WARPLANES & BLACKHAWK HELICOPTERS
EXCERPTS: There will be U.S. military fighter jets and helicopters flying overhead in San Francisco during Super Bowl 50, and helicopter transportation could be the only means for the teams to get to and from Levi's Stadium,according to CBS Reporter Hannah Albarazi. In the past couple months, federal, state and local K-9 teams have conducted helicopter training at the Coast Guard Air Station in San Francisco to prepare for all the security measures for Super Bowl 50. There will be no-fly zones implemented by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) during the Super Bowl, and the U.S. Air Force and California Air National Guard will enforce them. F-15 pilots of the California Air National Guard will be standing by on Super Bowl Sunday and will be flying drills in preparation at Oakland International Airport on Feb. 3, according to Albarazi. On Feb. 7, game day, general aviation operations will be prohibited within a 10-nautical mile radius of Levi's Stadium.
DHS TO "PROTECT" SUPER BOWL GAME
WITH F-15 WARPLANES
& BLACKHAWK HELICOPTERS
OBAMA'S EVIL INCREMENTALISM TO BRING DOWN AMERICA INTO CHAOS~SMALLER TOWNS OVERRUN WITH CRIMINAL REFUGEES ARE JUST OBAMA'S STAGING AREAS FOR MARTIAL LAW
REFUGEES BUMPED TO THE TOP OF THE LIST IN MONTANA & TEXAS
SO IT BEGINS HERE: U.S. CITY ‘OVERRUN’ WITH CRIMINAL REFUGEES
'We've got 42 languages being fielded by our 9-1-1 call centers'
by LEO HOHMANN
SEE: http://www.infowars.com/so-it-begins-here-u-s-city-overrun-with-criminal-refugees/; republished in part from World Net Daily at:
JANUARY GUN SALES SET
YET ANOTHER RECORD
Ninth monthly record in a row
BY STEPHEN GUTOWSKI
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes
The FBI conducted more gun-related background checks this January than in any other January since the system was created.With 2,545,802 checks processed through the National Instant Background Check System, January 2016 beat the previous record, set in January 2013, by 50,326 checks. Though January’s number represents a drop from the all-time single month record set in December 2015, it is also marks the ninth month in a row that has set a record. It is also the third month in a row with more than two million background checks.The number of background checks conducted by the FBI is widely considered the most reliable estimate for gun sales in the country since all sales conducted through federally licensed gun dealers and some sales conducted by private parties are required by law to obtain a check.However, the number is not a one-to-one representation of gun sales. Many private sales are not included in the system. Also, in some cases a single background check can apply to the sale of multiple guns. Some states use background checks for their gun carry permitting process, which does not involve the sale of a gun.The new record comes in the wake of President Obama’s executive action targeting gun sales. The White House had signaled that those selling even one firearm in their lifetime could be subject to federal licensing requirements, though it was later revealed that the written guidance issued by the ATF was at odds with the administration’s public comments.A steady stream of comments supportive of gun control by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may also have contributed to record sales.A move by Virginia Democrats to unilaterally eliminate gun carry reciprocity agreements with 25 states also received national attention in January. The policy was instituted by the state’s attorney general after the party failed to recapture the state Senate despite millions from gun control advocates. The backlash to the plan was strong enough that the state’s Democratic governor reversed it in a deal with Republicans.The Second Amendment Foundation said the continued spike in gun sales was in line with other indicators from around the country.“The Boston Globe reported last week that tens of thousands of new gun licenses were issued in Massachusetts last year,” Alan Gottlieb, the group’s founder, said in a statement. “In New Jersey, with tough gun laws, applications for gun purchases last year nearly tripled over what they were in 2005. One Missouri county reported a three-month back-up in processing permit applications. A county sheriff in North Carolina is so overwhelmed, he’s asking that citizens make appointments.”“Add to this the fact that scores of sheriffs and police chiefs have encouraged citizens to arm themselves. Suddenly, gun ownership sounds like a very good idea to people concerned about personal safety,” Gottlieb said.
WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE? PAT DOWN PERVERTS, THIEVES, AND/OR CRIMINALS?
TSA CANNOT VERIFY EMPLOYEES' CRIMINAL HISTORIES
Congress: Thousands of TSA IDs, badges still missing
BY ADAM KREDO
SEE: http://freebeacon.com/national-security/disclosure-tsa-cannot-verify-employees-criminal-histories/; republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
Government oversight officials informed Congress on Wednesday that the Transportation Security Administration continues to operate in disarray, failing to record basic security details for thousands of employees and not tracking official IDs and badges that allow access to the most sensitive areas of an airport.
Lawmakers described the security agency as operating “in chaos” and expressed frustration with Obama administration officials as they informed the House Oversight Committee about a range of security shortfalls that continue to endanger the nation’s 450 commercial airports.
TSA’s inability to properly screen and track employees has been well documented for years. However, the administration has failed to enact multiple reforms aimed at tightening security and making it more efficient, lawmakers said.
TSA still cannot verify their employees’ criminal histories and immigration statuses, according to disclosures made by the Department of Homeland Security inspector general.
“Even 15 years” since the 9/11 terror attacks, “we still see a system that has not complied with the laws we have passed multiple times … and we see failures,” said Rep. John Mica (R., Fla.), chair of the House Transportation Subcommittee.
Following the discovery last year of 73 aviation employees who also were listed on the nation’s terror watch list, TSA has struggled to implement reforms aimed to remedy these security gaps, Mica said.
“TSA employees are not properly vetted,” he said. “We’ve found that tens of thousands of incomplete records are even lacking full names. They [TSA] had 14,000 immigrants listed in the database that did not have alien registration numbers and 75,000 of these records lacked passport numbers. This is not acceptable.”
Officials additionally could not account for “hundreds and thousands of IDs” that had gone missing, including TSA security badges, airport identity badges, and officer identification.
“Everything you can imagine stolen, or missing, or unaccounted for,” Mica said. “Here we are in 2016, 15 years after 9/11, and we don’t know who’s going in and who’s going out. There’s no way to ensure it.”
John Roth, the Department of Homeland Security inspector general, provided a list of security flaws and inefficiencies in the TSA’s employee screening process.
In addition to still not having full access to the U.S. terror watch list, TSA is incapable of verifying employees’ criminal records.
“TSA is considerably challenged when it comes to verifying workers’ criminal histories and immigration status,” Roth said. “TSA does not recurrently vet airport workers’ criminal histories after they are initially cleared to work, but rely on individuals to self-report disqualifying crimes.”
Most employees do not follow this policy, he said.
“TSA cannot systematically determine whether individuals have been convicted of disqualifying crimes,” Roth said, noting that commercial airports also do not hold onto these records. “Due to the large workload involved, this inspection process looked at as few as one percent of all aviation workers applications.”
Additionally, the records TSA uses for vetting individuals is “not reliable, as it contains incomplete or inaccurate data,” Roth said.
At least 87,000 active aviation workers, or 10 percent of the total workforce, do not have social security numbers listed in their records, according to Roth.
An additional 75,000 active employee credentials listed the worker as a non-U.S. citizen but did not include passport numbers. Of that number, 14,000 workers also did not list an alien registration number, meaning they could potentially be undocumented.
“TSA did not have appropriate checks in place to reject records from such vetting,” Roth said. “Without complete and accurate info TSA risked credentialing and providing unescorted access to secure airport areas for a worker who could potentially harm the nation’s air transportation system.”