Daily Archives: June 8, 2013

3 Missing Toronto (Gay) Men

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Another day, another potentially phony story. Fuzzy pictures, photoshop errors, no real magic numbers here, aside from the trilogy “3”. So what’s the point? A listener pointed out it’s because Toronto hosts a big “gay” event, so this is a tailor made fear hoax to intimidate the gay community. Commenting on too many details of the story is fruitless, so for now I’ll just wait and watch as the story is revealed.

Police probing cases of 3 missing men from Church and Wellesley | CTV Toronto News.

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DHS Palace

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dhsThe biggest and most expensive tribute to 9/11 is rising slowly in the DC area. Seems like a bargain compared to Canada’s overpriced pyramid. Note more occult numbers. Note also the reference to the Reagan psyOp.

The site is the campus of St. Elizabeth Hospital, a former federal asylum that was once the home of poet Ezra Pound and John Hinckley, Ronald Reagan’s would-be assassin. There would be 4.5 million square feet of workspace in the new facility and ample employee parking.

via Homeland Security’s New $3.9 Billion Headquarters – Businessweek.

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Canada’s NSA building

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Canada is spending its share of money to spy on “terrorists”. My guess is that they’ll be spying on you and me.

Although I have little doubt that this is a real building being built with our real tax dollars, it is interesting to note all the occultic numbers in the article. I wonder if the shape of the building, a pyramid, is another tribute to our favorite symbolism.canada spy

 

The building is brand new and as big as a football stadium. But at a cost of $880 million, are the new digs for the country’s secretive cryptology agency a good deal for taxpayers?

…Professor David Skillicorn from Queen’s University School of Computing said protecting the country from terrorist attacks doesn’t have a price.

Ab: Yes, but protecting the country from fake attacks does have a price: $0.

He said Canada is the world leader in the collection of electromagnetic intelligence, and it needs to stay at the forefront of technological developments to keep its secrets and guard those of its friends.

Canada is a member of the “Five Eyes” alliance — five countries that share intelligence to combat those looking to steal it. Much of the data and sensitive information collected by Canada is offered to its Five Eyes partners — the U.S., the UK, Australia and New Zealand.

via Sun News : Our federal information spies are getting new $880M digs, being built at a time of austerity with little public knowledge.

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Canada's NSA building

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Canada is spending its share of money to spy on “terrorists”. My guess is that they’ll be spying on you and me.

Although I have little doubt that this is a real building being built with our real tax dollars, it is interesting to note all the occultic numbers in the article. I wonder if the shape of the building, a pyramid, is another tribute to our favorite symbolism.canada spy

 

The building is brand new and as big as a football stadium. But at a cost of $880 million, are the new digs for the country’s secretive cryptology agency a good deal for taxpayers?

…Professor David Skillicorn from Queen’s University School of Computing said protecting the country from terrorist attacks doesn’t have a price.

Ab: Yes, but protecting the country from fake attacks does have a price: $0.

He said Canada is the world leader in the collection of electromagnetic intelligence, and it needs to stay at the forefront of technological developments to keep its secrets and guard those of its friends.

Canada is a member of the “Five Eyes” alliance — five countries that share intelligence to combat those looking to steal it. Much of the data and sensitive information collected by Canada is offered to its Five Eyes partners — the U.S., the UK, Australia and New Zealand.

via Sun News : Our federal information spies are getting new $880M digs, being built at a time of austerity with little public knowledge.

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Photoshop Live – Street Retouch Prank – YouTube

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Cool video showing the speed at which YOU can be put into the action.

via Photoshop Live – Street Retouch Prank – YouTube.

h/t Jan Erik

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Look into the PRISM

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Recently, Ontarians were told that the incriminating emails surrounding the gas plant fraud were deleted, never to be returned from the digital aether. Turns out, they could just call down to the NSA and retrieve them.

Thinking people know that. Our military owned press, apparently, do not.

In the high-strung years after 9/11, I’m reminded of a running joke that would accompany many e-mails that crossed my screen touching on terrorism – and in those years, there were quite a few of them. At the end of the e-mail, we’d add “Hello, John Ashcroft!,” on the premise that America’s intelligence agencies were scanning every e-mail in the world and sending them to the attorney-genera l’s desk for review. We wanted him to feel at home in our mail.

via Washington knows what you do online – and Canadians aren’t above it – The Globe and Mail.

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