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Friday, June 24, 2011

» Documents Reveal Canadian Cops Used Agents Provocateurs to Disrupt 2010 G20 Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!

Kurt Nimmo
June 24, 2011
Following the police state spectacular at the G20 last June, the cops were accused of infiltrating so-called black-bloc anarchists, who engaged in all sorts of pointless mayhem, including trashing a Starbucks and burning police cars (see video below). The corporate media had a field day covering these circus sideshow distractions while ignoring the larger issue of the globalists meeting behind closed doors and plotting to sell the national sovereignty of millions down the river.
It was necessary for the state to arrange this sort of meaningless property destruction in order to offer a public rationalization for spending nearly a billion dollars on police state “crowd control” equipment (including L-RAD sound cannons) for the globalist summit. The Canadian state also granted the cops special police state powers by expanding the jurisdiction of the existing Public Works Act to apply to high-security areas of the summit site.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Is my password compromised?

Should I Change My Password . com has been created to help the average person check if their password(s) may have been compromised and need to be changed.
This site uses a number of databases that have been released by hackers to the public. No passwords are stored in the database.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Malware Theft of Bitcoins a False Flag to Discredit Revolutionary Currency?

"Breaking News! A man leaves wallet unattended, it gets stolen. Senate to ban wallets to protect citizens from theft.
Eric Blair

Activist Post

This is the boring story of some dude who got jacked because he forgot to lock his door. The interesting part has to do with what got stolen and who, besides the thief, may benefit from such an event. I'm referring to the recently hyped Bitcoin heist of $500K-worth of BTC by malware that reportedly harvests private passwords in personal computers.

I don't mean to be callous to the victim. I have little doubt that this was a genuine robbery to a well-meaning guy. The victim is a long-time contributor and passionate early promoter of Bitcoins on its official forum where he announced the 'hack' with devastation and regret:

I am totally devastated today. I just woke up to see a very large chunk of my bitcoin balance gone to the following address...
If only the wallet file was encrypted on the HD. I do feel like this is my fault for not moving that money to a separate non windows computer. I backed up my wallet.dat file religiously and encrypted it but that does not do me much good when someone or some trojan or something had direct access to my computer somehow.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Stopping the Corporate Coup d'Etat

For 1/1000th Our Federal Revenue, We Can Remove Corporate Money From Politics
by JP Sayles, Political Finance Reform

Gaming American Politics - The Most Profitable "Industry" on Earth

David Stockman, Ronald Reagan's Budget Director and architect of the largest tax cuts in history complained in an interview for 60 Minutes (Oct. 31, 2010):

"In 1985, the top five percent of the households, wealthiest five percent, had net worth of $8 trillion. Today, the top five percent have net worth of $40 trillion.  The top five percent have gained more wealth (in 25 years) than the whole human race had created prior to 1980."

Who would argue that half (if not more) of that $32 trillion increase in wealth was acquired at the expense of increased government deficits, reduced government services, damaged economy and middle class losses?  It certainly appears that the corresponding 30-year increase in political expenditures made by the corporate elite succeeded in purchasing near absolute control of our politicians, government, tax code and revenue.

As always found in free market business conditions, corporate leaders most likely anticipated that their competition (in this case citizens reeling from devastating loss) would eventually:

A) Reverse engineer what corporations provide politicians for control (about $3.5 billion/yr)

B) Discover this is costing citizens at least $640 billion per year ($32 trillion/25 yrs x 1/2)

C) Decide to apply 'standard business practices' of 'spend-a-little-to-save-allot', by making a 'competitive bid' to pay politicians the $3.5 billion directly (through pay incentives and campaign funds), cutting-out-the-corporate-middle-man, saving hundreds of billions of dollars per year

A profit of $640 billion/year on a $3.5 billion investment provides a breathtaking 15,000% "Return On Investment".   The annual profits from this "industry" far surpass American oil industry profits combined, making "Gaming American Politics" the most profitable industry - and best investment on earth - for 25 consecutive years!

Major Attack on the World's Largest Bitcoin Exchange

Today, the largest Bitcoin exchange, MtGox, with daily volume peaks of 1M+ USD, was victim of an attack that crashed the market down to 0.01 USD/BTC for a brief period of time; and the list of MtGox account password hashes was leaked. Bitcoin (BTC) is the first digital currency designed to be fully decentralized, meaning there is no trusted third-party, no company, no central bank authorizing, validating, and keeping track of transactions, yet Bitcoin is secure through clever use of well-known cryptographic primitives. It is important to understand that today's attack exposed flaws in a particular exchange, not in Bitcoin itself.
[Update: I will edit this post frequently in the next few hours to add information as I learn it.]
It all really started on Friday, June 17, 2011 when a dubious but plausible message was posted to pastebin, offering the MtGox "database" for sale, signed ~cRazIeStinGeR~ (
On Saturday, June 18, the owner of MtGox, Mark "MagicalTux" Karpeles, reported an increase of theft cases. Some pointed out the pastebin message as a possible connection.
On Sunday, June 19, 17:15:36 UTC, suspicious trading activity suddenly started on MtGox. At this exact second, a person placed one or more orders to sell hundreds of thousands of Bitcoins, causing its exchange rate to crash from 17 USD down to 0.01 USD. It took half an hour for the trading platform to execute the order(s). The MtGox site was very unresponsive during this time. Whoever did that ended up trading the digital currency for a total of more than 1.5M USD (the volume for the day, after the sell-off, was 1.8M USD). Then, further trades occurred, either from confused MtGox users or from this same person. The largest trade seen, for 261383.7630 BTC, was executed at 0.01 USD at 17:51:16.