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How To Communicate Securely in Repressive Environments

ResistSource: iRevolution

Core to effective strategic nonviolent action is the need to remain proactive and on the offensive; the rationale being that both the resistance movement and repressive regime have an equal amount of time allocated when the show-down begins. If the movement becomes idle at any point, this may give the regime the opportunity to regain the upper hand, or vice versa. The same principle is found in Clausewitz’s writings on war.

Nonviolent resistance movements are typically driven by students, i.e., young people, who are increasingly born digital natives. With expanding access to mobile phones, social networking software and online platforms for user-generated content such as blogs, the immediate financial cost of speaking out against repressive regimes is virtually nil. So resistance movements are likely to make even more use of new communication technology and digital media in the future. In fact, they already are. READ MORE…

The Forgotten History of Eugenics

American Eugenics Society

By Alan Stoskepf

Source: Rethinking Schools Online

At the beginning of the century, one of the most damaging experiments in public education began. Under the banner of educational reform, the American eugenics movement captured the hearts and minds of some of the nation’s most influential educational researchers and policy makers. While the history of the eugenics movement has been virtually written out of American history textbooks, it nonetheless has had an insidious effect on the lives of students and the organization of public schools. It also has become part of an unexamined legacy that shadows today’s standards and testing movement.

What was eugenics? The English mathematician Sir Francis Galton first coined the term in 1883. He wrote, “Eugenics is the study of the agencies under social control that seek to improve or impair the racial qualities of future generations either physically or mentally.”1 What Galton saw as a new branch of scientific inquiry became a dogmatic prescription in the ranking and ordering of human worth. His ideas found their most receptive audience at the turn of the century in the United States.

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Jane Burgermeister: Interview on Swine Flu Depopulation

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Source of Interview and Documents: Dprogram.net

Jane Burgermeister’s Website

The following is a four-part interview of Jane Burgermeister along with the documents she distributes so that others can do the same thing she is doing. And that is – exposing the filth at the highest levels of government for the vermin that they are.

If you haven’t read Journalist Files Charges against WHO and UN for Bioterrorism and Intent to Commit Mass Murder, please do so for background information.

Download the docs HERE 

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