Inoperable for more than 12 hours

by INFOWARS.COM | JULY 10, 2014

On Wednesday Infowars.com posted an Alex Jones petition calling for rich Democrats favoring amnesty to pay for the care of the latest influx of illegal immigrants.

The petition also demands immigrants be housed in Washington and on the grounds of the White House.

The petition was in limbo for more than 12 hours after it supposedly went live. Thousands of people tried to sign it but the so-called “We the People” website hosting the petition failed to make the petition form recognize and tally the signatures.

Either We the People: Your Voice in Our Government (sic) is akin to Healthcare.gov, the notoriously botched Obamacare website that cost “north of $600 million” to implement and fix (some claim it will ultimately cost over $1 billion), or somebody at the White House is fudging the numbers.

Unfortunately, those of you who tried to sign the petition yesterday will have to register a second time and click of an email link to have your signature appear on Obama’s kludgy website.

Here’s a link to the petition.


The sheer volume of files disproves the notion that Bilderberg is a mere talking shop. Balls, who is the current British Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, was carrying a huge bag stacked with papers.

“That’s my name, I’m on the list to attend,” says Balls as he handed his passport to the officer. He was eventually allowed to enter the Marriott after being escorted by police.

The incident was a rare sight because Bilderberg members are normally whisked into the hotel quickly with press being kept well back.

Bilderberg has proved to be an embarrassment for Balls two years in a row. Last year, he was confronted about the secretive confab by an Infowars reporter inside the BBC studios in London.

Company Develops Line of GPS Tracking Jewelry

Company Develops Line of GPS Tracking Jewelry

Devices once reserved for restraining order violators track you “for your safety.”

by Adan Salazar | Infowars | May 26, 2014

When someone thinks of GPS tracking bracelets, court mandated devices or criminals under house arrest typically come to mind, but one company is aiming to break that stigma and bring ubiquitous location monitoring into fashion.

Under the guise of providing a convenient, stylish way to “stay safe,” a San Francisco-based company has produced bracelets, key chains, necklaces and hair clips with embeddable GPS sensors targeting women as the primary market, just the latest Orwellian gadget in the campaign to make Big Brother appear fashionable and trendy.

Soon to be sold under the brand name “Cuff” (not a far cry from “handcuff”), the line of jewelery, designed by former Restoration Hardware VP of Product Development, Deepa Sood, synchs with your “smart phone” to send alerts, receive notifications or track your fitness routines.

“At one press of a button, an SOS goes out to the people you designate as your protective circle when you need help,” Sood explained in an interview with Elle Magazine. “Your first-responders will get an alert; will receive your location; and you can even trigger a microphone so that they can hear you in real time. In the more everyday vein, Cuff allows you to tailor who can ‘break through’ your phone and reach you on your Cuff.”

According to WAFB, the Cuff hair clip also “contains sensors that automatically detect physical assault and sends for help,” and also “collects data that can help in criminal investigations by activating your phone’s G-P-S, camera, and microphone.”

An ad for Cuff [above] depicts a woman encountering a menacing figure while jogging through the park. Instead of turning around and running the other way, the woman instead presses on her Cuff bracelet, like a communicator out of Star Trek The Next Generation, to notify members of her “Cuff circle” that something is amiss.

In a recent video report by WAFB, the Cuff is characterized as a “secret crime-fighting tool,” and one woman even ludicrously describes knowing her every movement is being tracked as empowering and “very wonder-woman like.”

While practical safety applications for the fashion tech can be envisioned, one wonders if “stylish,” implantable RFID and GPS tracking chips can be that far down the road.

The Cuff line of products are set to hit the market in Fall 2014. “The cuff jewelry costs anywhere from $35 to $110 and the smartchip lasts for a year. The hair clip is $50 to $75 with an optional $5 a month monitoring fee,” reports WAFB.

Benjamin Franklin is famously quoted as saying, “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.” Considering Franklin’s prescient warning, is Cuff’s technology getting a little too close for comfort?

Memorial Day Message to Veterans: Government Considers You the Enemy

Memorial Day Message to Veterans: Government Considers You the Enemy

Veterans are props to be rolled out on Memorial Day as homage is paid to the state and its endless wars

by Kurt Nimmo | Infowars.com | May 26, 2014

Earlier today, Obama appeared at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery for a photo op. From The Washington Post:

Obama, aided by a soldier in uniform, rested the large wreath on a stand a few minutes after 11 a.m. Monday. The president adjusted the wreath, stepped back and bowed his head in silence for a few moments. Afterward, an Army bugler played taps.

Later he appeared at the cemetery’s Memorial Amphitheater to read from a script. “We’re in a pivotal moment. Our troops are coming home. By the end of this year, our war in Afghanistan will finally come to an end,” he recited.

“These Americans have done their duty. They ask nothing more than that our country does ours, for now and the decades to come,” Obama said.

But, as the VA scandal and countless other examples reveal, the government considers veterans as little more than third class citizens, props to be rolled out on Memorial Day as homage is ritually paid to the state and its endless wars.

The booboisie, as H. L. Mencken described the forever gullible and easily bamboozled American public, were practically knocking down the gates to get in to witness this annual worship of state violence:

Before the ceremony, a large number of people were turned away from the cemetery’s entrances by security personnel who said that the event was at capacity.

When the government is not praising veterans for their “service” in foreign wars of conquest and other illegal activity driven primarily by the financial elite – see Smedley Butler, below – it spends a lot of time demonizing veterans as enemies of the state: