• Ernie Hancock with Jim Lee on Weather Modification and Etienne de la Boetie - Cyops Control in the Schools
    ERNIE HANCOCK - DECLARE YOUR INDEPENDENCE RADIO We enslave ourselves with the rules of the elite. Learn the 20+ techniques that create the enslaved culture here in the United States in Understanding Our Slavery by free thinker, Etienne de la Boetie. Cyops control revealed in his interview with Ernie Hancock! It's so simple how they do it that most of us usually miss it starting in our kids...
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  • Deagle, A Military Contract Website Reports that U.S. Polulation will Drop from 324 Million to 100 Million by 2025!
    Deagle, a military contractor is reporting that the United State's population will decrease from 324 million currently to a mere 100 million by the year 2025! Really? Where are we going? Are they prediciting we will die? Are we going to another planet? Are we being shipped to underground cities? I think they owe us all some kind of explanation!   However, their website provides no...
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  • Crystal Grids for Abundance and Healing
    No doubt, crystal grids will quickly become beautiful landscaping features in people's outdoor spaces in the years to come. Not only for their beauty but also for their ability to heal and protect those that the intentions are set for. I took a crystal grid healing workshop this weekend and learned how to create a crystal abudance grid for healing. First, you need to set an intention for a...
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  • FACEBOOK DATING SERVICE is a chance to meet the catfisher, advertiser or scammer of your dreams!
    For real???!!!

    Oh Zucks, you are really a class act and think you have the world fooled, don't ya?!
    #ZucksSucks, #ZucksMakesMeWannaGagInMyMouth

    The love-seeking singles of Facebook’s new dating service, privacy experts say, may not be prepared for what they’ll encounter: sham profiles, expanded data gathering and a new wave of dating fraud.
    Facebook — under fire for viral misinformation, fake accounts and breaches of trust — said this week it will soon offer a new dating service designed to help its users find love, giving the world’s largest social network a uniquely intimate vantage point on its users’ romantic desires and personal lives.
    The service will allow people older than 18 to create a dating profile — separate from their main profile and invisible to their friends — that it shows to potential matches based on common interests, dating preferences, location and mutual friends, company officials said.

    OH, HE IS REALLY AT THE END HERE IF HE THINKS PEOPLE ARE GOING TO BUY INTO THIS BULL ****!

    Using a button — not a swipe, as popularized by the dating app Tinder — people will then be able to say whether they’re “interested” or would rather “pass” on those potential partners, officials said. Matches will be shown the other person’s first name, age, current city and photo, though users will also have the option of sharing their work, education and other biographical information. The service will begin testing in a few months.

    Privacy watchdogs, advertising experts and industry rivals worry the service could expose users more acutely to the worst of the Web — scams, malicious strangers and other problems Facebook already has its hands full with.

    “Facebook already knows a lot about you that you tell it, and it collects a lot of information about you beyond that. … Now here’s this whole other bucket of really sensitive stuff,” said Justin Brookman, director of privacy and technology policy at the advocacy group Consumers Union. “How will Facebook police that? Will they put the resources into safety? … Or will their thirst for engagement trump these other concerns?”

    The apps and sites of the $3 billion online-dating industry — which will now need to contend with Facebook as a rival — gather personality and courtship data on their users for matching and marketing purposes. But because Facebook's audience is bigger and more widespread, its ad-targeting platform is more sophisticated and its users' profiles are built on years of detailed information, experts worry the new dating service could present a huge target and amplify the potential for abuse.

    Facebook officials said the company wants to bolster its platform as a user-friendly dating destination, adding that they’ve been interested in the idea for years and began building the service over the last six months. Many people were already using Facebook for dating, officials said, and they want to support that in a safe way.

    SAFE WAY?? HMMM, MORE LIKE HOW CAN ZUCKS SELL YOUR PRIVATE RELATIONSHIP DETAILS LIKE IF YOUR ARE STRAIGHT, GAY, WHAT NATIONALITY YOU ARE, IF YOU PLAN TO GET MARRIED AND HAVE CHILDREN, WHAT TYPE OF PEOPLE YOU LIKE OF THE OTHER SEX, WHERE YOU HANG OUT FOR FUN, WHAT YOUR HOBBIES INCLUDE, IF YOU PAY CHILD SUPPORT ALREADY OR ALIMONY, AND THE LIST GOES ON....

    Matchmaking with Facebook’s data is older than the site itself: One of Zuckerberg’s first projects, FaceMash, scooped up pictures of female Harvard students and let users rate them by hotness. It was a “prank website that I made when I was a sophomore in college,” Zuckerberg explained to a lawmaker last month.
    The new dating feature, Zuckerberg said this week, “is for building real long-term relationships, not just hookups,” and he said it could be life-changing for the more than 200 million Facebook users who list themselves as single. “If we’re focused on helping people build meaningful relationships, this is perhaps the most meaningful of all,” he said.
    The company has for years collected people’s relationship status (“Married,” “It’s Complicated”) and used it to help fuel its vast personal-data machine. In 2013, Facebook and Cornell University researchers pulled data on 1.3 million users to try to predict whether couples would break up within 60 days of Facebook announcing their relationship. (Couples whose mutual friends were closely connected to each other, the researchers said, were more likely to call it quits.)https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/05/03/facebooks-dating-service-is-a-chance-to-meet-the-catfisher-advertiser-or-scammer-of-your-dreams/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.873147b958c7
    Facebook’s dating service is a chance to meet the catfisher, advertiser or scammer of your dreams
    Privacy watchdogs worry the service could expose users to the worst of the Web — scams, malicious strangers and other problems Facebook already has its hands full with.
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  • Project Dark Sky in Wisconsin Having Military Go Door to Door
    I just heard on the Miltary of National Affairs Gov Site that Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs and "private uitlity partners" created Project Dark Sky operating a full-scale exercise that runs May 15-17, 2018 in Brown, Calumet, Dane, Fond du Lac, Milwaukee, Outagamie and Winnebago Counties in Wisconsin. The exercise simulates a long-term mass power outage across a large swath of...
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  • So happy to be off of the dreaded Facebook mafia platform and with my people! #Facebooksucks, #Justsaynotofacebook #zuckssucks
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