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Canada Day bomb plot couple freed after judge rules police entrapped them

The only terrorist plots that the police ever stop are the ones that they plan themselves. Apparently this holds true for Canada, too. The Guardian A Canadian couple found guilty of planting homemade bombs outside a government building will walk free after a court in British Columbia ruled the pair was entrapped by the Royal … Continue reading

US Customs wants to know about your social media accounts – Tell them how you feel!

US Customs has proposed changes to the information it collects from travellers to the US. In a notice posted at the Federal Register it states that collecting “social media identifiers” will be used for vetting travellers and investigating possible nefarious activities. The proposed change would add an optional data field with the instructions “Please enter … Continue reading

Al Qaeda Adopts Political Correctness?

Al Qaeda has apparently taken a “politically correct” stance in it’s terror war on the United States. While praising the recent Orlando night club attacks, Inspire Magazine advised avoiding targets “where minorities are generally found” because “the federal government will be the one taking full responsibility”. The magazine, which is published by Al Qaeda and … Continue reading

Orlando massacre was “revenge,” not terrorism, says man who claims he was gunman’s lover

Univision Omar Mateen, the Muslim gunman who committed the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, was “100 percent” gay and bore a grudge against Latino men because he felt used by them, according to a man who says he was his lover for two months. “I’ve cried like you have no idea. But the thing that … Continue reading

Senate Democrats Filibuster Over Gun Control; Trump Calls for Gun Restrictions

Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy started a Filibuster on Wednesday to force the Senate to pass legislation that would deny suspected terrorists from purchasing firearms. He was quickly joined by Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Connecticut), Senator Benjamin Cardin (D-Maryland), Senator Edward Markey (D-Massachusetts) and others. The proposed legislation would also require universal background checks. “I’m going to … Continue reading

Officers may have shot Orlando club patrons

WFAA.com Arek Sarkissian, Naples (Fla.) Daily News ORLANDO — Omar Mateen, the killer who claimed allegiance to the Islamic State, hid in a bathroom at Pulse, a gay nightclub where he had slaughtered scores of people. A wall of cinder block separated him from a team of police officers outside. For three hours early Sunday … Continue reading

Pink Pistols Saddened by Attack on Orlando Club

Pink Pistols June 12, 2016 Early Sunday, around 2AM Eastern Time, the Pulse nightclub in Orlando was attacked by an armed individual. Approximately 20 persons were killed and over double that wounded when the attacker, whom police have identified as Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old from Fort Pierce, FL, pushed his way into the club and … Continue reading

5 Reasons To Question The Official Story Of The Orlando Shooting

By Brandon Turbeville As more and more evidence emerges regarding the mass shooting in an Orlando gay club that resulted in the death of at least 52 people and many more injured, signs are increasingly pointing toward the possibility of a false flag operation. Already, a number of points lend credence to those who might … Continue reading

FBI paid more than $1.3 million to break into San Bernardino iPhone

Reuters estimates that the Federal Bureau of Investigation paid about $1.3 million to an unidentified third party to unlock the iPhone used by Rizwan Farook, one of the shooters who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, California on Dec. 2. Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey said on Thursday the agency paid more to … Continue reading

Snowden: Surveillance is about “social control,” not terrorism

NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden spoke to an audience of more than 3,000 at President Petter’s Dream Colloquium on Big Data. The Peak reports: Snowden argued that terrorism is used as a justification to the public for the existence of these programs. What are the true motivations of programs such as PRISM? According to Snowden … Continue reading