Occupy CorporatismThe UN’s Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) will deliver American sovereignty and seven-tenths of the world’s surface through allocation of oceans and seas to the UN by way of the entanglement of global bureaucracy.
Over three decades ago, then President Ronald Regan rejected LOST, saying “no national interest of the United States could justify handing sovereign control of two-thirds of the Earth’s surface over to the Third World.”
The writers of LOST want to give the UN power to draw oceanic boundaries to impose environmental regulations and restrict business on the high seas.
LOST would give critical US naval and drilling operational decision making and final word to the UN.
Regan believed LOST was an “effort to promote global government at the expense of sovereign nation states — and most especially the United States.” On Capitol Hill, supporters of LOST include Senators Richard Lugar (who now heads the Senate Foreign Relations Committee), Chuck Hagel, John Warner, Trent Lot.
The coalition of the US Navy, multi-national oil corporations led by Shall and radical environmentalist lawyers are providing advocacy for the UN’s usurpation of our individual rights as an independent nation.
Big oil supports LOST because of its provisional extension of jurisdiction over the continental shelf beyond the current 200 mile limit.
However, LOST requires that royalties of between 1 and 7% be paid to the International Seabed Authority (ISA) on the value of oil and minerals produced from those waters.
Effectively, the UN would regulate offshore and deep-sea production all over the world. The financing would come from American taxpayers. The taxation collected by the ISA would be redirected to the UN.
Larry Bell of Forbes magazine wrote that “as much as 7 percent of U.S. government revenue that is collected from oil and gas companies operating off our coast” and then reallocated by the UN to “poorer, landlocked countries.”
In the name of environmental justice, trillions of dollars would be siphoned from Americans.
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta believes that “the time has come” for the Senate to ratify LOST. Panetta said about LOST: “Not since we acquired the lands of the American West and Alaska have we had such an opportunity to expand U.S. sovereignty.”
The US Navy supports LOST because it supposedly classifies navigational rights and freedoms that would assist the US Navy in key operations; however there is no need to ratify a treaty that empowers the UN to govern the US Navy to do what they already do. The necessity of an international body to give the US military permission to perform as it normally does is ludicrous.
Still, the US Navy and Joint Chiefs of Staff forcefully repeat to Congressional committees that LOST is crucial to the success of US military operations.
The US Navy contends that LOST will preserve American freedom of transit in dangerous waters, such as the Strait of Hormuz and the South China Sea. Panetta retorts: “How can we argue that other nations must abide by international rules when we haven’t officially accepted those rules?”
For decades, admirals have warned that the US cannot guarantee navigational rights without ratification of LOST through Congress.
In 1995, one admiral wrote: “This may be our last opportunity to ‘lock in’ those critical navigational and overflight rights.”
In 2007, a vice chief of Naval Operations stated to a Senate Foreign Relations Committee: “We need to lock in the navigation and overflight rights and high seas freedoms contained in the Convention while we can.”
LOST will give the UN jurisdictional claim that may interfere with navigation of the seas by military or commercial ships. The Freedom of Navigation Program provides the US diplomatic protest through the State Department when warships are prohibited from navigating foreign waters. LOST would remove the US Navy’s right to diplomacy by right of global and international governance.
Under LOST, since the UN has no navy, America would be expected to protect the world’s sea lanes and punish piracy by mandate of international law.
The International Tribunal of LOST (ITLOS) would have jurisdiction over “maritime disputes”. This tribunal of 21 members resides in Hamburg. ITLOS’s judgments could be enforced against Americans, but not appealed in US courts.
Maritime disputes would essentially be turned from accidents at sea between ships, to issues of global warming with power to create binding mandates on climate change.
Steven Groves of the Heritage Foundation published a paper that outlines how radical environmentalist lawyers and climate change alarmists could use LOST to file lawsuits to advance man-made climate change agendas.
John Bolton, former UN ambassador, asserts LOST has become more dangerous “with China emerging as a major power, ratifying the treaty now would encourage Sino-American strife, constrain U.S. naval activities and do nothing to resolve China’s expansive maritime territorial claims.”
In 2010, Obama issued an executive order National Policy for the Stewardship of the Ocean, Coasts and Great Lakes that seized total control from states and localities for “conservation, economic activity, user conflict and sustainable use of the ocean, our coasts and the Great Lakes.”
Obama installed a National Ocean Council (NOC), a 27 member group that will implement ocean management plans “in accordance with customary international law, including as reflected in the Law of the Sea Convention.”
NOC is chaired by John Holdren , Obama’s Science Czar, (who supports eugenics, mass sterilization and forced abortions; as well as geo-engineering for the sake of saving the planet) and Nancy Sutley, White House on Environmental Quality.
The NOC also seats Jane Lubchenco, head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and a former high-ranking official at the left-wing Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). The EDF is known for supporting draconian declines of commercial fishing ships and leisure fishing to pursue centralized control.
Elisabeth Mann Borgese, co-author of LOST is quoted saying: “He who rules the sea, rules the land.”
LOST gives all-encompassing power and global governance over the world’s water sources in the name of environmental protection.
This article first appeared on Susanne Posel’s site Occupy Corporatism.
Infowars exclusively obtains Senator’s notes, minutes, agenda from 1966 confab
Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Editor’s Note: We have obtained hundreds of documents from the 1966 meeting. This is a Wikileaks-sized data dump and we will be writing several more articles over the next few days to cover the myriad of different issues at hand.
Leaked documents from the 1966 Bilderberg Group conference exclusively obtained by Infowars betray how even as far back as five decades ago U.S. Senators were being indoctrinated with the belief that “nationalism is dangerous” by Bilderberg elitists, in addition to top union heads scheming behind their members’ backs with titans of capitalism and industry.
Previously leaked documents from meetings have illustrated how the Bilderberg Group, contrary to the media-generated myth that the confab represents a harmless talking shop, sets the consensus for policy decisions sometimes decades in advance.
A clear example is the 1955 Bilderberg meeting held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, West Germany. Documents read by the BBC and later released by Wikileaks divulge how Bilderberg members were discussing the creation of the euro single currency nearly 40 years before it was officially introduced in the 1992 Maastricht Treaty.
The documents obtained by Infowars are from the Bilderberg Group meeting which took place in Wiesbaden, Germany in late March 1966.. The files are marked “personal and strictly confidential,” and “Not for publication either in whole or in part.” They consist of Bilderberg’s agenda for that year’s confab along with hand-written notes made by Democratic U.S. Senator for Oklahoma Fred R. Harris, who attended the meeting.
Participants in the 1966 conference included well known figures such as David Rockefeller, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and John J. McCloy, who served on the Warren Commission and was a member of the foreign policy establishment group of elders called “The Wise Men.”
Harris had only been in office for less than two years before he was invited to the Bilderberg confab, suggesting he was being sounded out for potential grooming for higher office. The former Senator is still alive and currently works as a professor of political science at the University of New Mexico.
Included in the documents is the official invitation Harris received from Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands, Bilderberg founder and member of the German Nazi party. The letter is personally signed by the Prince.
The most alarming portion of Harris’ hand-written notes concern a speech given during the Bilderberg confab by one time Communist Party member and union leader Walter P. Reuther, who was politically active from the 1930′s up until his death in 1970. Reuther was a leading force in the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and later helped set up the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions.
Conservative icon Barry Goldwater once characterized Reuther as a “more dangerous menace than the Sputnik or anything Soviet Russia might do to America.” Reuther also appeared in Time magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century.
The documents show that even as far back as 1966, Union representatives like Reuther, who called themselves socialists, were selling out their members in favor of secretly scheming with Bilderberg power brokers, many of whom were titans of capitalism and industry – illustrating how the left/right political paradigm is a fraud.
In addition, Senators like Harris were being indoctrinated by Bilderberg elitists that national sovereignty must end and be replaced by a system of global government.
Harris’ notes, made while Reuther was giving his presentation, reveal how Bilderberg were panicked about NATO’s declining relevance and sought to manufacture a new threat to elevate its importance.
“NATO is in trouble because common fears are reduced,” he writes.
The primary threat to Bilderberg’s goal of establishing global government is made clear in Harris’ notes.
“Nationalism is dangerous,” he writes.
In a letter Harris sent to Reuther a few weeks after the conference, the Senator thanks the Union head, writing, “The Bilderberg Conference gave me a real opportunity to learn and widen my horizons. One of the memorable highlights of the meeting was the opportunity to get to know and visit with you.”
We will have more astounding revelations from these leaked documents in the coming days.
View screenshots of the documents below (click for enlargements).
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), despite America’s dubious history of using the population as a test tube for all sorts of crazy things, plans to release what it claims is a harmless bacteria in the Boston subway system this year as a way to test biological sensors, and at least some folks think it may be the start of a bio-terror pandemic with sinister implications.
In an early May report, CBS News/Boston said federal officials “test the subway sensors by releasing dead bacteria called B-subtilis. They say it is used in food supplements, has been rigorously tested and has no adverse health effects for low exposure in healthy people.”
The unknown variable here, then, is what sort of an effect will this bacteria have on unhealthy people – will they be able to handle it? Will it make them sicker?
According to the CBS News report, the test will be conducted in Cambridge and Somerville during off peak hours sometime this summer; DHS held a public hearing on May 16 at the CambridgeYMCAin Central Square, to allow the public to ask questions and voice concerns over the test.
Later in the month, Boston mass transit police hailed the test as forward-thinking and said it was a proactive, rather than reactive, measure.
Testing to ‘validate performance of technologies’
“So often in the security field we take action retroactively,” said Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) Police Chief Paul MacMillian, who referenced the banning of liquids aboard commercial flights. “These things are done after the fact. We have not had a bio attack but there’s all this chatter that we hear about it.”
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“DHS (Science and Technology Directorate) has been developing technologies and sensors needed to rapidly detect a potential biological attack on the Nation’s transportation infrastructure in order to minimize public exposure and strengthen security,” says an executive summary of the document. “To validate the performance of the technologies, it is necessary to perform field tests in a real-world environment.”
The summary went on to say subway systems were being chosen for the test because they “provide one of the most challenging and harsh indoor settings that sensors of this nature would be exposed to in real-world deployment, due to the temperature and humidity extremes that often characterize these types of indoor environments.”
“In order to understand the true detection capabilities of the biological sensor networks, challenge tests with a material must be performed,” the summary said.
The government has a history of these kinds of tests. In 1977 during a Senate hearing, information was divulged of numerous secret germ “attacks” the Pentagon had launched on U.S. cities – all without the public’s knowledge – in an effort to test threats posed by biological agents (sound familiar?).
History of testing – and infecting
Leonard A. Cole, writing inWashington Monthlyin 1985, cited that Senate hearing, saying the tests “may have caused outbreaks of disease which occurred in some of the test areas.”
Such “attacks” included testing by the U.S. Army in the mid-1960s, as the Vietnam war was beginning, in which travelers at Washington’s National Airport were sprayed with a bacteria mist without their knowledge.
Other tests included placing Bacillus globigii in light bulbs that were dropped in the subway systems of New York City and Chicago by government scientists. When people began to get ill, the effects of the tests were discarded because Uncle Sam did not keep track of the health effects caused by the substance.
But some see a more disturbing link to the current round of tests. Citing an increase in bio-terror drills since President Obama took office in 2008 – as well as an uptick in bio-terror plots – some believe the government is conditioning citizens and first responders alike for a major attack, one that they believe is coming from the government itself.
Dangerous, dubious, yes – but sinister?
“The overall goal of bio-terror propaganda is to convince America and the world that it is on the precipice of a bio-terror induced pandemic,” writes one blogger on a site calledTrutherNews. “Bio-terror propaganda is currently at an all-time high and confirms that an upcoming bio-terror attack is in the cards and may be played in a last ditch effort to regain political, economic and military control of society.
While that may be a little paranoid, there’s no question the government has conducted tests of bio-weapons for decades, and is intending to continue them, based on what DHS has planned for the subways of Boston.
“Since the 1940′s, the military and the CIA have conducted numerous ‘tests’ on the American people, including the release of dengue fever carrying mosquitoes in Georgia and Florida, biological warfare tests on the civilian population in Puerto Rico, the release of bacillus globigii from a submarine on the port of Oahu, Hawaii, and dozens of other incidents, most of them classified,” writes Paul Joseph Watson atInfoWars.com.
Whether there is some disturbing globalist plot to kill tens of millions of Americans later this year is a matter for discussion. But the history of the government to use its own population as a test bed for its own devices is a matter of public record. A growing public record. And one day, probably by accident, it’s entirely possible the government could overplay its hand, fulfilling the predictions of the doomsday crowd.
This article was first published on Natural News.
The Economic Collapse Blog | June 3, 2012
When the economy of a nation collapses, almost everything changes. Unfortunately, most people have never been through anything like that, so it can be difficult to know how to prepare. For those that are busy preparing for the coming global financial collapse, there is a lot to be learned from the economic depression that is happening right now in Greece. Essentially, what Greece is experiencing is a low level economic collapse. Unemployment is absolutely rampant and poverty is rapidly spreading, but the good news for Greece is that the global financial system is still operating somewhat normally and they are getting some financial assistance from the outside. Things in Greece could be a whole lot worse, and they will probably get a whole lot worse before it is all said and done. But already things have gotten bad enough in Greece that it gives us an idea of what a full-blown economic collapse in the 21st century may look like. There are reports of food and medicine shortages in Greece, crime and suicides are on the rise and people have been rapidly pulling their money out of the banks. Hopefully this article will give you some ideas that you can use as you prepare for the economic chaos that will soon be unfolding all over the globe.
The following are 10 things that we can learn about shortages and preparation from the economic collapse in Greece….
#1 Food Shortages Can Actually Happen
Most people assume that they will always be able to run out to their local supermarket or to Wal-Mart and get all of the supplies they need.
Unfortunately, that is a false assumption. The truth is that our food distribution system is extremely vulnerable.
In Greece, many people are starting to totally run out of food. Even some government institutions (such as prisons) are now reporting food shortages. The following was originally from a Greek news source….
The financing for many prisons has decreased to a minimum for some months now, resulting in hundreds of detainees being malnourished and surviving on the charity of local communities.
The latest example is the prison in Corinth where after the supply stoppage from the nearby military camp, the prisoners are at the mercy of God because, as reported by prison staff, not even one grain of rice has been left in their warehouses. When a few days earlier the commander of the camp announced to the prison management the transportation stoppage, citing lack of food supplies even for the soldiers, he shut down the last source of supply for 84 prisoners. The response of some Corinth citizens was immediate as they took it upon themselves to support the prisoners, since all protests to the Justice ministry were fruitless.
#2 Medicine Is One Of The First Things That Becomes Scarce During An Economic Collapse
If you are dependent on medicine in order to survive, you might want to figure out how you are going to get by if your supply of medicine is totally cut off someday.
In Greece, medicine shortages have become a massive problem. The following is from a recent Bloomberg article….
Mina Mavrou, who runs a pharmacy in a middle-class Athens suburb, spends hours each day pleading with drugmakers, wholesalers and colleagues to hunt down medicines for clients. Life-saving drugs such as Sanofi (SAN)’s blood-thinner Clexane and GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK)’s asthma inhaler Flixotide often appear as lines of crimson data on pharmacists’ computer screens, meaning the products aren’t in stock or that pharmacists can’t order as many units as they need.
“When we see red, we want to cry,” Mavrou said. “The situation is worsening day by day.”
The 12,000 pharmacies that dot almost every street corner in Greek cities are the damaged capillaries of a complex system for getting treatment to patients. The Panhellenic Association of Pharmacists reports shortages of almost half the country’s 500 most-used medicines. Even when drugs are available, pharmacists often must foot the bill up front, or patients simply do without.
#3 When An Economy Collapses, So Might The Power Grid
Try this some time – turn off all power to your home for 24 hours and try to live normally.
Sadly, most people simply do not understand just how dependent we are on the power grid. Without power, all of our lives would change dramatically.
In Greece, authorities are warning of an impending “collapse”of the power grid. If it goes down for an extended period of time in Greece, the consequences would be catastrophic….
Greece’s power regulator RAE told Reuters on Friday it was calling an emergency meeting next week to avert a collapse of the debt-stricken country’s electricity and natural gas system.
“RAE is taking crisis initiatives throughout next week to avert the collapse of the natural gas and electricity system,” the regulator’s chief Nikos Vasilakos told Reuters.
RAE took the decision after receiving a letter from Greece’s natural gas company DEPA, which threatened to cut supplies to electricity producers if they failed to settle their arrears with the company.
#4 During An Economic Collapse You Cannot Even Take Water For Granted
If the power grid goes down, you will soon no longer have clean water coming out of your faucets. That is one of the reasons why it is absolutely imperative that the power grid stay operable in Greece.
Sadly, most people don’t understand just how vulnerable our water system is. In a previous article, I quoted from a report that discussed how rapidly our water supply would be in jeopardy in the event of a major transportation disruption….
According to the American Water Works Association, Americans drink more than one billion glasses of tap water per day. For safety and security reasons, most water supply plants maintain a larger inventory of supplies than the typical business. However, the amount of chemical storage varies significantly and is site specific. According to the Chlorine Institute, most water treatment facilities receive chlorine in cylinders (150 pounds and one ton cylinders) that are delivered by motor carriers. On average, trucks deliver purification chemicals to water supply plants every seven to 14 days. Without these chemicals, water cannot be purified and made safe for drinking. Without truck deliveries of purification chemicals, water supply plants will run out of drinkable water in 14 to 28 days. Once the water supply is drained, water will be deemed safe for drinking only when boiled. Lack of clean drinking water will lead to increased gastrointestinal and other illnesses, further taxing an already weakened healthcare system.
What will you do when clean water stops coming out of your faucets?
You might want to start thinking about that.
#5 During An Economic Crisis Your Credit Cards And Debit Cards May Stop Working
Most people have become very accustomed to using either debit cards or credit cards for almost everything.
But what would happen if the financial system locked up for a period of time and you were not able to use them?
This is something that the citizens of Greece are potentially facing in the coming months, and this is something that all of us need to start thinking about.
#6 Crime, Rioting And Looting Become Commonplace During An Economic Collapse
Big corporations are already making extensive plans for how to protect their stores in the event that Greece switches from the euro to the drachma.
The following is from a recent Reuters article….
British electrical retailer Dixons has spent the last few weeks stockpiling security shutters to protect its nearly 100 stores across Greece in case of riot.
The planning, says Dixons chief Sebastian James, may look alarmist but it’s good to be prepared.
Company bosses around Europe agree. As the financial crisis in Greece worsens, companies are getting ready for everything from social unrest to a complete meltdown of the financial system.
#7 During A Financial Meltdown Many Average Citizens Will Start Bartering
During this economic depression, alternative currencies have already been popping upin Greece.
When things fall apart on a global scale, will you have things to barter for the things that you need?
#8 Suicides Spike During An Economic Collapse
When you think of the Great Depression of the 1930s, what do you think of?
Many people think of images of people jumping out of buildings.
Well, something similar has been happening in Greece. Suicide statistics in Greece have been absolutely soaringduring the last couple of years.
Once prosperity disappears, many people feel as though life is not worth living anymore.
#9 Your Currency May Rapidly Lose Value During An Economic Crisis
Just remember what happened in Germany during the Weimar Republic and what has happened recently in places like Zimbabwe.
The truth is that it can happen anywhere.
Right now, Greeks are pulling their money out of the banks because they are worried that their euros will be turned into drachmaswhich would rapidly lose value.
If I was living in Greece I would definitely be concerned about that. The return of the drachma seems to get closer with each passing day. Just check out these screenshots.
#10 When Things Hit The Fan The Government Will Not Save You
Has the government of Greece come to the rescue of all of those that are deeply suffering right now?
Of course not. The truth is that the Greek government can barely take care of itself at the moment.
History has shown us that governments simply cannot be counted on when things hit the fan.
Just remember what happened during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
In the end, the only one that can be counted on to take care of you and your family is you.
So you better start preparing.
Unfortunately, as I wrote about the other day, time is rapidly running out for the global financial system.
Even some of the top economic officials in the world are warning that another major crisis could be on the way.
Just check out what World Bank President Robert Zoellick said the other day….
“Events in Greece could trigger financial fright in Spain, Italy and across the eurozone. The summer of 2012 offers an eerie echo of 2008.”
He also compared a potential exit of Greece from the eurozone to the collapse of Lehman Brothers back during the last financial crisis….
“If Greece leaves the eurozone, the contagion is impossible to predict, just as Lehman had unexpected consequences.”
So what are some things that the average person can do to get prepared?
Well, a recent article on SHTFplan.com entitled “The List: A to Z Survival for the Abysmal Times Ahead” contains hundreds of ideas for preparing for the chaotic economic environment that we are heading into.
Preparation is going to look different for every family. No two situations are exactly the same.
But there are some practical stepsthat nearly all of us can take to better position ourselves for what is coming. Now is the time to get educated and now is the time to take action.
Or you could be like all of those that laughed at Noah while he was building that big boat.
In the end, things did not work out too well for those folks.
The Downstate Republican threw a fit on the Illinois House floor expressing his anger at being treated like a chump for the way that the Legislature works: Fart around for months until the last possible moment, have the “leadership” work out a deal, and then dump the entire mess on legislators’ desks without giving them time to study, or even speed read, what’s in the legislation before casting their votes. This is a big reason that this state is in such a mess.
How can this be stopped? It can’t as long as voters from districts like House Speaker Mike Madigan’s keep re-electing these clowns.
Here’s Bost’s outburst, which has gone viral:
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Across the vast Pacific, the mighty bluefin tuna carried radioactive contamination that leaked from Japan’s crippled nuclear plant to the shores of the United States 6,000 miles (9,650 kilometres) away — the first time a huge migrating fish has been shown to carry radioactivity such a distance.
“We were frankly kind of startled,” said Nicholas Fisher, one of the researchers reporting the findings online Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The levels of radioactive cesium were 10 times higher than the amount measured in tuna off the California coast in previous years. But even so, that’s still far below safe-to-eat limits set by the U.S. and Japanese governments.
Previously, smaller fish and plankton were found with elevated levels of radiation in Japanese waters after a magnitude-9 earthquake in March 2011 triggered a tsunami that badly damaged the Fukushima Dai-ichi reactors.
But scientists did not expect the nuclear fallout to linger in huge fish that sail the world because such fish can metabolize and shed radioactive substances.
One of the largest and speediest fish, Pacific bluefin tuna can grow to 10 feet (3 metres) and weigh more than 1,000 pounds (450 kilograms). They spawn off the Japan coast and swim east at breakneck speed to school in waters off California and the tip of Baja California, Mexico.
Five months after the Fukushima disaster, Fisher of Stony Brook University in New York and a team decided to test Pacific bluefin that were caught off the coast of San Diego. To their surprise, tissue samples from all 15 tuna captured contained levels of two radioactive substances — ceisum-134 and cesium-137 — that were higher than in previous catches.
To rule out the possibility that the radiation was carried by ocean currents or deposited in the sea through the atmosphere, the team also analyzed yellowfin tuna, found in the eastern Pacific, and bluefin that migrated to Southern California before the nuclear crisis. They found no trace of cesium-134 and only background levels of cesium-137 left over from nuclear weapons testing in the 1960s.
The results “are unequivocal. Fukushima was the source,” said Ken Buesseler of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, who had no role in the research.
Bluefin tuna absorbed radioactive cesium from swimming in contaminated waters and feeding on contaminated prey such as krill and squid, the scientists said. As the predators made the journey east, they shed some of the radiation through metabolism and as they grew larger. Even so, they weren’t able to completely flush out all the contamination from their system.
“That’s a big ocean. To swim across it and still retain these radionuclides is pretty amazing,” Fisher said.
Pacific bluefin tuna are prized in Japan where a thin slice of the tender red meat prepared as sushi can fetch $24 per piece at top Tokyo restaurants. Japanese consume 80 per cent of the world’s Pacific and Atlantic bluefin tuna.
The real test of how radioactivity affects tuna populations comes this summer when researchers planned to repeat the study with a larger number of samples. Bluefin tuna that journeyed last year were exposed to radiation for about a month. The upcoming travellers have been swimming in radioactive waters for a longer period. How this will affect concentrations of contamination remains to be seen.
Now that scientists know that bluefin tuna can transport radiation, they also want to track the movements of other migratory species including sea turtles, sharks and seabirds.
Anarchists in Britain “don’t want rich tourists,” they want “civil war.” As the London Olympics draw nearer, those flying the black flag are going for gold in sabotage.
In line with their ideological convictions, the Games set for July are viewed as a rightful cause to act.
“We have no inhibition to use guerrilla activity to hurt the national image and paralyze the economy however we can. Because simply, we don’t want rich tourists – we want civil war,” reads a statement on their website.
The same very statement has been used to justify a rash of recent offences currently being investigated by UK police.
Last Tuesday, railway services were severely disrupted in Bristol, a prominent city in England’s south-west, after cables were set on fire. The perpetuators had to remove protective concrete slabs to access the lines.
It followed an attack on April 11, when several police stations in the same area were forced off the air. A police radio broadcasting mast on Dundry Hill was also damaged.
The FAI statement said it “specifically chose” targets in Bristol as the Ministry of Defense has located several installations nearby. A local business park of “military industry companies” such as Raytheon, Thales and QinetiQ can also be found there.
“If they are serious about trying to disrupt the Olympics by using simple techniques such as these, they are capable of causing utter havoc,” admits a private sector security consultant.
The Olympics security bill tops £1 billion ($ 1.6 billion), with the Royal Air Force in London’s airspace promising to shoot down passenger jets if required. Troops armed with surface-to-air missiles and warships will also be in place to do battle on the Thames. Still, most of this is to prevent Al Qaeda-style terrorist attacks, not “a low-intensity war” as promised by the FAI.
Sabotaging UK transport system during July games, especially at another end of the country, has the potential of severely hampering travel during a critical period. But the FAI could go further than that, as they are also known for sending letter bombs to officials and carrying out drive-by attacks. In a recent instance, two motorcyclists shot a chief executive of a nuclear power company in the kneecaps in the Italian city of Genoa a fortnight ago.
Quebec student strikes. (Photo: Robin Dumont / Flickr)The province of Québec is no stranger to large and powerful social movements (the 1949 Asbestos Strike comes to mind, as does the Summit of the Americas in Québec City, in 2001). However, the ongoing conflict between the provincial government and striking students and their supporters will go down in history as one of the province’s – indeed the country’s – biggest mass protests. On its 102nd day, the student movement is growing, as is the awareness of an ever more oppressive and corrupt government.
On May 22, nearly half a million people marched in the streets of Montreal in defiance of a recently adopted law denying protester’s civil liberties, namely the right to protest, freedom of association and of expression. A crowd made up of students, professors, children and citizens from every walk of life marched peacefully throughout the city, ignoring provisions prohibiting any deviation from the planned itinerary and disrupting the commercial and banking district. The crowd openly defied articles of Bill 78, which make any gathering of over 50 protesters illegal, and chanted for the resignation of Premier Jean Charest, who has systematically refused to meet with the students personally. Many consider that the government’s refusal to find a solution and, indeed, its increasingly repressive position have given the movement a second wind.
On Wednesday, May 23, more than 3,000 people assembled in Montreal, in Emilie-Gamelin Square for the 30th nightly protest, while throughout the city, citizens spontaneously took to the streets (in some neighborhoods, over 2,000 people) banging on pots and pans and blocking busy roads, in a situation reminiscent of the Argentinian protests of 2001. No longer just a student strike, the Maple Spring is fast becoming a widespread citizens’ revolt.
The Emilie Gamelin protest was declared illegal instants after it began, even though there had been no acts of violence from protesters. In fact, the one act of violence was directed at protesters, as a car whose driver decided to drive through the people barricading the street deliberately hit two young men.
Police tolerated the protesters until 1 AM, at which point they began to kettle the marchers within strategic parts of the city. Cavalry officers and baton-wielding municipal police had planned on striking forcefully and doubled their numbers. Most who were present insist that the march had been entirely peaceful, though the police contest this and claim that some projectiles were thrown at them (rocks, mostly). However, you will be hard-pressed to find any footage or pictures of these supposed acts taking place, although scores of journalists and cameras were present.
The police then proceeded to a mass arrest of 512 people and, though they gave the order to disperse, several protesters say that the police did not allow them to leave the kettle. The protesters then spent several hours in crowded city buses, denied water and access to toilets, waiting to be taken to a local detention center and identified. Most were levied a hefty fine ($612), though 12 were charged under the criminal code. In Québec City, 176 people were arrested for staging a sit-in.
Many people are calling these arrests outrageous and unjustified. Nightly protests in Montreal now resemble a war zone with flash bombs going off every few minutes and riot police chasing people down the streets.
The climate in the province is currently one of fear and anger. It is impossible to walk around Montreal in the evening without seeing hundreds of police cars, flanked by buses carrying hundreds of riot police, armed with high-pressure water guns and rubber bullets.
Some have commented that the streets of Montreal remind them of the images coming from Syria.
Recently, there have been rumors of military intervention. This would not be a first for the province, as the War Measures Act was invoked in 1970 during what came to be known as the “October Crisis.” Memories of this crisis still haunt the collective Québec consciousness and any mention of military intervention is met with expressions of angst. Ironically, Article 9 of the new law provides the minister of education with far-reaching powers to adapt (read suspend) any provincial law in order to break the strike.
However, the general mood of the protesters has not changed; they have become more determined and, with the movement growing larger as a result of Bill 78, further convinced they are closer to winning than ever. Indeed, nearly everyone now agrees that what started out as a refusal to accept an 82 percent tuition fee hike – and the possible lifetime of debt peonage associated thereto – has turned into something much greater. As Sid Ryan from the Ontario Federation of Labor has said: we could be on our way to a Canadian spring. People see what the students are fighting for – while centered on tuition – is all about inequality and accessibility.
What is certain about this movement is that the generation that is currently fighting, a generation that has grown up in a post 9/11 and austerity-riddled world, is learning firsthand how the current political system functions and they aren’t happy about it.
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Reaching its 100th day of protests, Canada’s own “Maple Spring” has reached a fever pitch this week, as student protesters have now consolidated their efforts with the country’s labor unions and environmental groups.
The Maple Spring protests were originally staged in opposition to the government’s steep hike in university tuition fees, and have since exploded into a full-blown political crisis with mass demonstrations and violent clashes with police taking place throughout Montreal and Quebec City.
The Canadian government’s response to the protests has been to pass the draconian Bill 78, a piece of emergency legislation that effectively ends freedom of assembly and freedom of expression – if the government deems it necessary – which it has.
As a result of Bill 78, some 500 people were arrested in Montreal on Wednesday night and 176 people in Quebec City were detained under the new law.
To date, some 2,500 protesters have been arrested, and many others sustaining serious, and even life-threatening physical injuries at the hands of the Canadian police.
One of the most brutal measures included within the Bill 78 totalitarian legislation is the government’s new-found ability to levy heavy fines on any student associations and student unions if they are found to be involved in any protests against the government. This shrewd move by Canada’s heavy-handed legal system has already threatened to bankrupt a number of student organizations already.
After last year’s much-hyped Arab Spring that wasn’t, the media is continuing to identify pockets of protests around the globe with last year’s social media-driven and George Soros-driven events in the Middle East. On top of this, sterilized movements like Occupy are naturally attached to other protests sharing common language and themes, in a process which is globalizing local independent movements into the larger foundation-steered artificial phenomenon – not necessarily a positive thing if any local movement hopes to gain traction and results in their respective arenas.
In an interview with RT today, Canadian activist Andrew Gavin Marshall, attempted to consolidate the Maple Spring with last year’s Arab Spring, European unrest and the Occupy Movement, stating that this current unrest in Canada is part of a wider movement fighting against “global austerity measures imposed by an elite who simply want more for themselves and less for everyone else “, as well as “educational austerity measure” claiming students are getting less education for more money.
For the last few months, students have also been boycotting classes, arguing that government tuition increases would lead to higher dropout rates and more debt. This reflects the similar plight of US students, who have been conditioned to accept much higher graduation debts than Canadians. But student protesters in Canada and Occupy campers in the US both have yet to vocalize the real problem they all face which is the fact that for the most part, there are no jobs for graduates because of their own governments’ collective failure to secure domestic economic interests, with globalists opting instead to off-shore most industries over the previous three decades.
Protesters in Canada have a strong case against their own government and ruling elite for abuses on constitutional grounds, but as the movement becomes increasingly co-opted by socialist unions and environmental activists, the core constitutional protest and revolt against an overt police state becomes slowly watered down into an innocuous austerity protest.
The real danger here is that this Canadian protest becomes absorbed into and sterilized by the Occupy Movement’s and their boiled-down class warfare mantra embodied in the “99% vs. the 1%”. From the global elite’s standpoint,it would be harmful if Canada’s Maple Spring became an intelligent movement, focusing on the country’s central banking establishment and the government’s cynical use of social entitlements to entrap its citizens into complying with a loss of inherent constitutional rights and freedoms – a real and disturbing trend which threatens sovereign citizens in western-style ‘democratic’ countries like the United States, Europe, and Australia in particular.
Unrest in Greece and in other European countries has effectively been steered into an ideological cul-de-sac in this very way – instead of focusing their anger and social energy against the European and Greek central banking establishment, protesters have instead opted for hanging their hat on “austerity” – a protest which, in the end, must beg to the state for relief, rather than supplant the very banking establishment which is the engine of poverty and threatens national sovereignty in their country.
Marshall also alluded to a giant corruption problem which is apparently systemic in Canada, citing the ‘mafia construction industrial complex’ as one of many financial parasites which is perennially draining Canadian treasury coffers. This is certainly a brave stance for a student activist to take on, and certainly one which other movements around the world have so far been too timid to take on.
Onlookers should notice that the President Obama or Hillary Clinton have not uttered a word about the state violence in Canada, but have not stopped shilling for regime change in countries much further afield.
Of all the movements that have grabbed headlines this year and last, two stand-out as genuine in terms of not being heavily manipulated and steered by Wall Street-based controlling interests (Occupy) or the US State Department (Arab Spring). The Spanish Spring was on the whole more organic, much larger and much long-lasting than many of the other protests hailed by the mainstream media, but the media failed to cover it to any real extent. This obvious lack of corporate media attention should be seen as a clear indication that Spain’s demonstrations were not on the elite’s slate of heavily planned, co-opted and steered protests.
In the Middle East, the current long-running protests in Bahrain are also likely to be authentic, not least because neither Hillary Clinton, nor any of the usual State Department-backed human rights NGOs have made any noise about the Bahrain Police’s violent and brutal crackdown against what looks to be a genuine social upheaval. The presence of the US Fifth Fleet in Bahrain more or less guarantees that the the US and its NATO cartel allies will remain close-lipped about Bahrain’s Royal Family and their chronic habit of relentlessly torturing their citizen protesters and human rights activists when critical of the ruling government and Saudi-imported security forces.
Canadian protests have the potential to be effective in terms of highlighting a police state that is coming into full view as a result of the initial student uprising, but organizers need to be aware that their gallant efforts will be directly challenged by the globalist elite’s preferred weapons of choice in this social arena – cointel pro, agent provocateurs, co-option by foundation-steered movements, and last but not least… the protesters inevitable dependence on the state. As a socialist state, Canadians may be able to do very little as dependents, and may likely end up being bull-ringed into a no-win situation against the state.
The other outcome not mentioned above is perhaps the most undesirable of them all – that Canada’s brutal police state will physically crush the Maple Spring out of existence. Based on the unfortunate events this week, this looks like the odds-on favorite.
Six fire crew members were injured while trying to quell a massive blaze that engulfed the nuclear-powered submarine USS Miami. The sub was being serviced at a shipyard in New Hampshire, just next to the city of Portsmouth.
Crews from at least three states worked for six hours at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, but only just managed to stop the fire from spreading.
Workers from the dry docks where the submarine was maintained, had to be evacuated when its living quarters turned into a scorching inferno on Wednesday evening.
Four of the six firefighters injured have received treatment, shipyard officials reported.
The fire broke out in the forward compartment of the submarine, where the ship’s living quarters and command and control center are located.
The sub’s reactor in the rear part of the vessel was not affected and no radiation leak was detected, authorities insist. It was not operating at the time the fire started.
The nuclear reactor “remains in a safe and stable condition, as it has been since this event occurred,” shipyard spokesman Capt. Bryant Fuller said.
He added no weapons are onboard the submarine.
The USS Miami is a Los Angeles-Class attack sub that was launched in 1988 and commissioned. It has been in dry dock since March 1 for maintenance and upgrades.
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is located on an island in Kittery, a town next to Portsmouth, which has a population of more than 20 thousand.
Chris Canine – who has 15 years experience as a health physics technician, chemist and radiation safety instructor – told Energy News that if number 4 reactor fuel pool at Fukushima collapses, Japan will be evacuated.
He did not elaborate on how such a logistical nightmare would be accomplished.
Canine worked at Fukushima in the late 1970s and has also worked at over twenty nuclear plants in the United States, Japan and Mexico.
There are several reasons why I believe the country will be evacuated if the #4 SFP collapses. The amount of radioactive material in the fuel pool dwarfs the total amount at Chernobyl by a factor of 5 to 10. Chernobyl’s core was still mostly contained in a building (although heavily damaged), and most of the radioactive material melted downward and became lava like. If #4 SFP collapses it will be lying on the completely open ground, probably going critical on and off in portions of the pile for years. The dose rate from this pile will make dropping sand or anything from the air much more lethal than anything at Chernobyl. And probably impossible. The entire site at Fukushima will be uninhabitable and unworkable because of the dose rate coming from this pile of fuel. That means there will be no control of the other fuel pools, and we could lose control of them.
Nuclear experts will soft sell the ramifications because that is how the industry works. When the experts “have concerns” about the situation at #4 that means they are pooping their pants. My experience at Fukushima was 30 years ago. I worked in the industry for about 15 years as a health physics technician. I was also referred to as a “nuclear gypsy” because I traveled from plant to plant working outages. That meant I was always in the middle of the hottest jobs in the heart of the plant. The engineers will talk about this part or that part of a plant, but I have been all those places wearing full gear.
In late February of this year it was reported that the Japanese government considered evacuating the country’s most populous city, Tokyo.
A number of experts have called for evacuating areas of the country due to high radiation levels. Australian physician and anti-nuclear activist Dr. Helen Caldicott said in August that response by the Japanese government to the radiation danger posed by the destroyed plant has not been sufficient.
“The number of people evacuated is nothing compared to the total number of people at risk in Fukushima, which has a population of around two million or so in the prefecture,” Caldicott said.
She called for the immediate evacuation of the area northwest of Fukushima where people have been exposed to massive amounts of radiation. “The levels at which the Russians evacuated Chernobyl was at 500,000 becquerels,” she explained, “they have measured in these areas levels of between 3.5 and 14.5 million becquerels.”
Earlier this month, the Japanese newspaper Mainichi reported that TEPCO, the plant operator, had requested government permission to abandon the stricken facility following hydrogen explosions at the number 1 and 3 reactors and this “may very well have meant evacuating all of eastern Japan.”
But within three hours of the march’s start, police were reporting that criminal acts were being committed as the windows of at least one bank were smashed.
Ostensibly, Tuesday’s march was to commemorate the 100th day of a strike by Quebec college and university students over the issue of tuition fee increases. But a decision last Friday by the Charest government to pass Bill 78 — emergency legislation requiring protest organizers to provide police with an itinerary of their march eight hours in advance — not only enraged civil libertarians and legal experts, but also seems to have galvanized ordinary Quebecers into marching through the streets of a city that has seen protests staged here nightly for the past seven weeks.
“I didn’t really have a stand when it came to the tuition hikes,” said Montrealer Gilles Marcotte, a 32-year-old office worker who used a vacation day to attend the event. “But when I saw what the law does, not just to students but everybody, I felt I had to do something. This is all going too far.”
Tuesday’s march was billed as being two demonstrations taking place at the same time. One, organized by the federations representing Quebec college and university students and attended by contingents from the province’s labour movement, abided by the provisions of the law and provided a route. The other, overseen by CLASSE, an umbrella group of students associations, deliberately did not.
By 3:30 p.m., a little more than 90 minutes after the marches began to snake their way through downtown Montreal, CLASSE, which would later estimate the crowd at about 250,000, described the march as “the single biggest act of civil disobedience in Canadian history.”
By 4:30 p.m. Montreal police, who refuse publicly to estimate crowd sizes, said no acts of mischief had been reported nor any arrests made. There was one report of a van carrying a provincial police riot squad platoon having to nose its way through demonstrators who tried to block it. But half an hour later, police were reporting “criminal acts” were being committed as bank windows on Ste. Catherine St. were being smashed.
Montreal police made it clear they were prepared to tolerate the CLASSE march, illegal though it is, and the presence of masks and other face coverings on hundreds of protesters showed also that a municipal bylaw adopted last Friday banning face coverings during public demonstrations was also going unenforced.
Last Saturday, Montreal police made it clear they would use their “judgment” when it came to applying the provincial or municipal regulations.
Prior to Tuesday’s march, the heads of federations engaged in the legal protest said they hoped the Charest government would re-think its stand on Bill 78, which they intend to challenge in court by the end of this week, and resume negotiations on the issue of tuition increases.
“This march isn’t just to observe the 100th day of our strike, but to deplore the fact the Charest government had to resort to repression,” college student federation head Léo Bureau-Blouin told reporters. “But we have decided to provide the police with a route and intend to demonstrate peacefully.”
How much longer the march may last may be beyond the power of organizers or police to predict.
As of 3:45 p.m. a severe thunderstorm warning was issued for the Montreal area.
SOURCE: RT.com | Published: 22 May, 2012
The Anonymous hacker group posted 1.7 gigabytes of data on The Pirate Bay. The group says it obtained by hacking into the Justice Department Statistics website. The department also acknowledged that its web server had been breached.
A message accompanying the torrent uploaded by user AnonymousLeaks on The Pirate Bay states that the intention of the action is to “end the corruption that exists, and to truly make those who are being oppressed free.”
“Today we are releasing 1.7GB of data that used to belong to the United States Bureau of Justice, until now,” the statement says “Within the booty you may find lots of shiny things such as internal emails, and the entire database dump.”
The Anonymous message also stated that the Justice Department tried to shut down its Statistics website, but that it was already too late, as the hackers had managed to get the data they wanted.
A spokesperson for the Department of Justice admitted that one or more unauthorized users gained access to a server operating the department’s Bureau of Justice Statistics website, Reuters reports.
The Justice Department also released a statement to AFP, saying it was looking into the unauthorized access of one of its website servers.
It remains to be seen whether the data contains any incriminating evidence against the US government, as Justice Department Statistics’ website primarily contains criminal statistics data.
The leak appears to be part of a new movement created by Anonymous, dubbed “Monday Mail Mayhem”, or MMM for short, akin to F*ck FBI Friday.
Anonymous DDoS-attacked the Justice Department website earlier this year in response to the shutdown of file-sharing site Megaupload.
Following the adoption of legislation by the government of Quebec to roll back civil liberties and prevent students from protesting against tuition hikes, Montreal experienced two nights of violence over the weekend. Three hundred people were arrested on Sunday night.
Although the Fédération étudiante collégiale du Québec and the Fédération étudiante universitaire du Québec plan to challenge the draconian law this week in court, its implementation by the National Assembly Friday night reveals that the Quebec government is determined to shut down protest over severe tuition increases.
“This is much larger than just tuition fees, this law attacks our freedom and the foundation of our society,” said Marc Antoine Cloutier. More than 150,000 people have signed a petition opposing the new police state legislation.
“We have serious concerns about this bill and the bill infringes many of the fundamental rights of our citizens,” added Louis Masson, Bâtonnier of the Bar.
The law state that demonstrators must inform the police at least eight hours in advance when protests are larger than fifty people. The police are to be notified of the time, location and duration of all protests. Student associations not “employing appropriate means to induce” their members to comply with the law are guilty of violating the law and fines range from $1,000 for individuals to $125,000 for student associations, writes Andy Radia.
Montreal’s Bill 78 arrived on the same day as Russia’s anti-protest bill was introduced.
In order to discredit the massive demonstrations over the weekend, the usual “black-clad” suspects emerged and engaged in violence with police.
“Black-clad protesters were seen ripping large pieces of cement out of the roadway and throwing them at police,” the Montreal Gazette reported on Sunday. Police then used percussion bombs and CS gas against the protesters.
Last year it was discovered that agents provocateurs posing as black-clad anarchists gave police an excuse to engage in violence against non-violent protesters during the 2010 G20 held in Toronto.
According to G8/G20 summit documents, the RCMP dispatched agents to infiltrate the ranks of anti-war, anti-globalization and anarchist groups. In 2007, Canadian cops were caught red-handed posing as anarchists during a North American Union summit in Montebello, Quebec.
Montreal’s legislation aimed at eliminating protest is only the latest example of how far the state will go when the people challenge its authority. Over the weekend, the Montreal police gave a glimpse of things to come if citizens continue to resist the authority of the state – CS gas and percussion bombs.
If the people persist and violate the law, the next step will be introduced – rubber bullets, which ultimately leads to live ammo, as it did at Kent State and Jackson State University in 1970.
States of emergency and martial law provide all the justification the state needs to violently quell dissent, especially when it endangers the state’s grasp on power. Montreal is near the point of imposing a full-blown police state as the globalists unfold their plan to destroy national economies and force humanity into another era of feudalism.
Tuition is the target today. Tomorrow it will be food and other necessities.
The Chicago Police Department website is down, and “hactivists” from the group Anonymous are taking credit. It’s part of a protest in Chicago against the NATO summit, where U.S. President Barack Obama is meeting with world leaders.
Activists are protesting NATO’s policies, holding signs such as “War (equals) Debt,” and “NATO, Go Home.” Members of the hacker group Anonymous, calling themselves “AntiS3curityOPS,” posted a video on YouTube with an ominous message to the Chicago Police Department, but that video has since been made private. We added a full transcript of the video to the bottom of this post.
In the bold video manifesto, the group responded to what it perceived as police brutality against the protesters on Saturday night, and vowed to take action:
“We are actively engaged in actions against the Chicago Police Department, and encourage anyone to take up the cause and use the AntiS3curityOPS Anonymous banner. For those able, chicagopolice.org should be fired upon as much as possible. We are in your harbor Chicago, and you will not forget us.”
Police are investigating the possible hacking of the city of Chicago’s website, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Law enforcement officials told the AP late Saturday they planned to arrest people committing violent acts. Said police superintendent Garry McCarthy, “If anything else happens, the plan is to go in and get the people who create the violent acts, take them out of the crowd and arrest them. We’re not going to charge the crowd wholesale — that’s the bottom line.”
At press time, the site, CityofChicago.org was still inaccessible. According to Cyber War News, the Anonymous group also claimed to have taken the NATO website offline, but it was accessible early Sunday afternoon.
Here’s a transcript from the Anonymous video that has since been removed from YouTube:
Greetings fellow citizens of the world. We are AntiS3curityOPS.
While this has come to no surprise, the NATO protests are already reaching a boiling point. As tonight we have already witnessed the Chicago Police Dept sending out a request for two water cannons deployed on Michigan Avenue, which the protesters briefly were able to close off the street completely. Just a few moments ago we witnessed cops on horses seemingly all too content with the destiny that has turned their hearts cold, trampling over protesters trying to intimidate. And you know what we saw during this? Protesters locking arms and holding their ground. A few had Anonymous masks on, a few were girls who looked like they belonged safely off on the sidelines bravely charging cops with shields and on horse. All the while the protesters are chanting “Take those animals off those horses,” drowning out any attempts by the Chicago police to get a word in. Everyone of you are heros to us.
What we saw tonight watching a bit of the protest was everyday, average people fighting back and finally refusing to stand down. The NATO Summit is being utilized in such a way, and we couldn’t have predicted it more accurately. On the video we saw mothers, teenagers, elderly, the anarchists, white, black, Hispanic — this movement sees no skin color. Every sort of person is well represented in these actions.
This is not a time to have our differences divide us; this is a time we all need to come together and rally around our brothers and sisters bravely in the streets of Chicago risking their lives to make the one voice they have, heard. If every single one of us has a voice, one opinion, let us unite and show the violent Chicago police, and the government big brother tactics that we are not going to take this.
We are actively engaged in actions against the Chicago Police Deptartment, and encourage anyone to take up the cause and use the AntiS3curityOPS Anonymous banner. For those able, chicagopolice.org should be fired upon as much as possible. We are in your harbor Chicago, and you will not forget us.
So for those unable to engage in attacks online by ddos, share with everyone you know what’s presently going on in Chicago, Tweet celebrities on twitter with the #SolidarityWithChicago #FuckNATO #FTP hashtags and get it trending. Also keep watching the live feeds, and spreading the live feed links all relevant places. Together, we the people, are going to take the power back.
We are AntiS3curityOPS. We are Anonymous. We are legion. We do not forget. We do not forgive. Chicago Police Department, expect us.