In a recent series of tweet, Jet Blue admitted to using biometric data provided by the US Department of Homeland Security to scan passenger faces during the boarding process of international flights. A Jet Blue passenger tweeted “I just boarded an international @JetBlue flight. Instead of scanning my boarding pass or handing over my passport, … Continue reading
By Andy Nowicki. (Note: Most loyal Alternative Right readers are aware that I extensively researched the Columbine High School massacre of April 20, 1999 en route to composing my novel The Columbine Pilgrim.While studying Columbine, I’ve befriended many other people, who for one reason or another find themselves drawn to the scrutiny and analysis of this … Continue reading
By Adam Ormes News from Nowhere Witnessing the uniformity of the popular response to Assange’s removal from the Ecuadorian embassy demonstrates that precious few commentators are willing to discuss the numerous ‘red flags’ in his story. It would seem therefore that it is this reluctant sleuth’s duty to lay them out. There are perhaps 5 … Continue reading
RT Fellow whistleblower Edward Snowden has responded to the arrest of Julian Assange in London, tweeting that the images of Ecuadorian authorities handing him over to UK police were a “dark moment for press freedom.” In the tweet, Snowden said the images of a publisher of “award-winning journalism” being dragged out of the embassy would … Continue reading
Newly released body cam video and 9-1-1 audio shows the infamous Roomba Burglary in Washington County, Oregon. Officers responded to a call from Washington County residents at 1:45PM on Wednesday regarding a burglar in the bathroom. Police responded with assault rifles and released the hounds only to find a robotic vacuum cleaner.
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By Laura Vozella The Independent Fresh off a sitdown with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, Virginia state senator Richard Black turned up on Arab TV last week making an extraordinary claim about one of the US’ closest allies. Mr Black said Britain’s MI6 intelligence service was planning a chemical weapons attack on the Syrian people, which … Continue reading
My UFO Photos by Brian Jørgensen Strange witch UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) with cape has now been observed over USA, Mexico and England on three different occasions in 2018. The weird thing about this object is, that it looks like a sphere (sometimes angular in shape) with a cape hanging down blowing in the wind. … Continue reading
Large, unmanned airships that can stay afloat for a day at a time may be the future of mass surveillance. The Eos, designed by Avalon Airships, is touted as a possible law enforcement tool to keep tabs on the civilians. The airship’s capabilities and uses include: Multiple, high resolution camera arrays Silent operation with remote … Continue reading
Kate Thayer – Contact Reporter Chicago Tribune Just after returning home from a walk around the block with her dog, Marshmallow, an 8-year-old Wilmette girl expected a visit from a playmate. Instead, police officers arrived at the family’s door. An anonymous caller had contacted police after seeing the girl walking the dog alone, said her … Continue reading