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Deadly Drones

 As technology allows machines to make their own decisions, warfare will become bloodier – and less accountable. –George Monbiot Relatively little has appeared in the mainstream media about recent drone warfare. Following 9/11, the development and use of drones has been a major military goal for both the U.S. and the U.K. A prime justification […]

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Sayyed Nasrallah: Drone Is Ours, It Won’t Be the Last…

Hezbollah confirms sending drone into Israeli airspace     Sayyed Nasrallah: Drone Is Ours, It Won’t Be the Last… October 11, 2012        by occupiedpalestine Note occpal: This post will be updated with the transcript and video of the speech as soon as available.   Hezbollah Secretary-General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah (file photo) PRESSTV | Thu Oct […]

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Tabloid Science

Once every few decades, one can enjoy a rare moment of intellectual delight, when something suspected right during the entire period but that was opposed to mainstream views, is found to be true. Many years ago, I was performing my third rotational research at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Since the establishment is interdisciplinary in […]

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Spiritual Perfection

Technical Difficulties

Apologies whilst doing some work to increase our security at deLiberation I accidentally managed to take the whole site down for 7 hours or so. We did not get hacked, it was just me messing things up. Our AbNormal service has now been resumed. Thank You for you patience. OM.    

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The Scorpion Stare

I have written over the years about the encroaching surveillance state, the spread of CCTV and the increasing use of drones in our skies. When the North East of England introduced talking CCTV cameras that could bark orders at passing pedes­trians in 2008, I thought that we were fast approaching the reductio ad absurdum point — and indeed this subject has raised a wry laugh from audiences […]

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Delaying Apocalypse: Iran Announces Missile Drones

The Unbearable Speed of Modern Times New level of deterrence achieved There aren’t many reasons for praising the violent epoch we live in; the most violent states in human history claim being egalitarian and kind, while in fact they persecute everybody daring to efficiently criticize them. Their violent presidents receive Peace Nobel Prizes and congratulate […]

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More drone than debate: Newsnight loses track of issues at hand

This article by Jack Serle was orignially published on The Bureau Of Investigative Journalism website under a Creative Commons License * * * * The military drones that maraud the skies from Afghanistan to Somalia are increasingly catching the public’s attention. The US’ supposedly secret war rarely seems to leave the news pages. But are […]

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NYPD Admits Muslim Spy Program Generated No Leads or Terrorism Investigations — Only Controversy

After years of spying on Muslim neighborhoods, infiltrating groups and eavesdropping on conversations across the northeastern United States, the New York City Police Department has admitted its secret Demographics Unit failed to yield a single terrorism investigation or even a single lead. In the years following the Sept. 11 attacks, the NYPD secretly infiltrated Muslim […]

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Singapore develops Super-tree structures

Singapore is a modern country famous for being very clean and tidy. Now it has gained a new comparative advantage. It has developed what it calls the high tech garden. What is new in Singapore’s modern skyline are super trees — high tech organic shapes that stretch way up into the sky. The super trees […]

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Truth about Fukushima ISIS Report 05/06/12

by Dr. Mae-Wan Ho The release of radioactivity from Fukushima is at least as great as from Chernobyl, and a humanitarian disaster on the scale of Chernobyl needs to be averted by acknowledging the truth and taking responsibility for mitigating measures. Regulators seriously economical with the truth “Few people will develop cancer as a consequence of […]

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Computer experts warn about cyber warfare

After the failed cyber attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities by the so-called Stuxnet computer worm in 2010, the appearance of a new super virus has raised many questions about the reliability of anti viruses that are commonly used worldwide. The malware “Flame” was detected in Iran after targeting the country’s oil networks just last month.

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Flame, Stuxnet and You

Israel’s Vice PM Ya’alon Practically Admits Responsibility for Flame Worm On Tuesday, May 29, 2012, Israel’s Vice Prime Minister Moshe Ya’alon made official comments during an interview to Israel’s Army Radio on the involvement of Israel in the development and deployment of Flame, a computer worm that on the same day was blamed for a […]

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