Leaked draft confirms TPP will censor Internet and stifle Free Expression worldwide

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October 16, 2014 – This morning Wikileaks published a second leaked draft of the Intellectual Property chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The draft confirms people’s worst fears about Internet censorship. That’s according to community-based organization OpenMedia, which is leading a large international Fair Deal Coalition aimed at securing balanced copyright rules for the 21st Century.

Beleaguered Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Needs Help

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Via Huffington Post

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon offered a grave warning on Friday about future cyberattacks.

Making his first public statement about the enormous data breach that roiled the bank this summer, Dimon said the company would spend $250 million a year to increase security and prevent future breaches, The New York Times reported.

“This is going to be a big deal and there will be a lot of battles,” he said, according to a JPMorgan spokeswoman. “We need a lot of help.”

The comments, which were also Dimon’s first public remarks since he disclosed last summer that he had throat cancer, were made at a Washington conference organized by the banking lobby Institute of International Finance.

The cyberattack against JPMorgan affected the data of 76 million households and 7 million businesses, according to a regulatory filing.

US Sold $486 Million Worth Of Airplanes For $32,000 In Scrap Metal

CHUCK ROSS / http://dailycaller.com

SIGAR, G222 shredded scrap Kabul, Afghanistan, August 2014

The Department of Defense converted $486 million worth of airplanes into scrap metal which it sold to an Afghan construction company for $32,000, according to a government watchdog that tracks spending in Afghanistan.

That poor return on investment is documented in two letters sent by John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction, to Defense Department officials, including Sec. Chuck Hagel and Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James.

The twenty G222 planes, which were manufactured in Italy and are used to transport equipment and troops, were not put to use in the Afghan theatre because they “could not meet operational requirements,” Sopko reported.

Evolutionary Biologist Divulges The Secret To Human Coexisting


Luke Rudkowski in Majorca, Spain talks with Evolutionary Biologist and Futurist Elisabet Sahtouris about her life’s work. She studied algae which covered Earth in its first 2 billion years to find that there’s a maturation cycle of all life, and is trying use this information as a blue print for how humans should live.

Learn more about Elisabet Sahtouris: http://www.sahtouris.com/

Free Speech Victory in NYC For Veterans

In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Tarak Kauff an organizer of Veterans For Peace, who organizes a demonstration every year at the Vietnam memorial in NYC. The goal of the demonstration is to fight the closer of the memorial at night and every year but this one dozens of veterans are arrested for standing their ground.

 

A family found ~$80million in gold coins left by their father. They took the coins to the mint for authentication, only to have them seized by the US Government. They have yet to receive a cent in compensation

By  via GOOD MORNING AMERICAPHOTO: The Saint-Gaudens double eagle, a twenty-dollar gold coin, or double eagle, produced by the United States Mint from 1907 to 1933.

A judge ruled that 10 rare gold coins worth $80 million belonged to the U.S. government, not a family that had sued the U.S. Treasury, saying it had illegally seized them.

The 1933 Saint-Gaudens double eagle coin was originally valued at $20, but one owned by King Farouk of Egypt sold for as much as $7.5 million at a Sotheby’s auction in 2002, according to Courthouse News.

After the U.S. abandoned the gold standard, most of the 445,500 double eagles that the Philadelphia Mint had struck were melted into gold bars.

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