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New Crowdfunded 9/11 T-Shirt Design – We’re Not Buying It Thumbnail

New Crowdfunded 9/11 T-Shirt Design – We’re Not Buying It

Posted on Sep 12, 2014 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues, Truth is Treason News

Kevin Hayden –
The Official 9/11 Report? We’re Not Buying It.

We designed this t-shirt back in 2007, and we’re bringing it back for a short time! This project is crowdfunded through, and we only need 29 more orders to get the printing and shipping started!

But don’t take the title literally! Boy, this is a tough concept to sell as a shirt, huh?


The best part? It’s only $16.00! Printed on high quality, tagless tees, as well as offering women’s v-necks and hoodies for the upcoming cold season!

With the Twin Towers placed within the barcode, this image represents the official 9/11 Report, and the tireless search for answers related to Building 7, the Pentagon, and how 3 steel structures defied physics on that fateful day. We’re not buying the official story and there are numerous lawsuits making progress in the quest to discover the truth.

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Documents Explicitly Link BLM & Sen. Harry Reid to Bundy Ranch Land Grab for Chinese Solar Farm, Special Interests Thumbnail

Documents Explicitly Link BLM & Sen. Harry Reid to Bundy Ranch Land Grab for Chinese Solar Farm, Special Interests

Posted on Apr 13, 2014 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Alt Energy, Tiny Homes, & Structures, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues, Urban Gardening, Farming & Homesteading

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Kit Daniels

The Bureau of Land Management, whose director was Sen. Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) former senior adviser, has purged documents from its web site stating that the agency wants Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle off of the land his family has worked for over 140 years in order to make way for solar panel power stations.

Deleted from, but reposted for posterity by the Free Republic, the BLM document entitled “Cattle Trespass Impacts” directly states that Bundy’s cattle “impacts” solar development, more specifically the construction of “utility-scale solar power generation facilities” on “public lands.”

“Non-Governmental Organizations have expressed concern that the regional mitigation strategy for the Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone utilizes Gold Butte as the location for offsite mitigation for impacts from solar development, and that those restoration activities are not durable with the presence of trespass cattle,” the document states.

The first segment of the document pulled by the feds from

The first segment of the document pulled by the feds from

Another BLM report entitled “Regional Mitigation Strategy for the Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone” (BLM Technical Note 444) reveals that Bundy’s land in question is within the “Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone and surrounding area” which is part of a broad U.S....

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Serious “Radiation Incident” at New Mexico Waste Facility Has Public Concerned Thumbnail

Serious “Radiation Incident” at New Mexico Waste Facility Has Public Concerned

Posted on Feb 24, 2014 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Emergency Preparedness & Survival, Health, Food News, & Big Pharma, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Red Dirt Report

While being played down and barely even reported in the national media, a fairly serious radiological event occurred at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, a federally-operated nuclear waste repository 26 miles northwest of Carlsbad, New Mexico on Feb. 14, 2014.

Attention New Mexico, Oklahoma, & Texas

The Carlsbad Current-Argus reported on Feb. 19, 2014 that a “radiation event” took place sometime between Feb. 11 and Feb. 16, 2014. Released from the salt mines 2,150 feet below ground, where the nuclear waste is stored, were trace amounts of americium and plutonium.

John Heaton, chairman of the Carlsbad Nuclear Task Force reportedly said: “At this time there is no concern. We definitely know that the amounts are miniscule. I think the risks are extremely low and I certainly have no worries about it personally.”

Heaton said he does not want the public to jump to any “rash conclusions” about the “radiation event.” He said investigators will have to go underground and look to see what happened within the next month or so....

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New Jet-Powered Drone Can Kill 1,800 Miles from Home Base (Video)

Posted on Feb 24, 2014 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Emergency Preparedness & Survival, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues, Science & Technology

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Wired & YouTube

The Avenger (formerly Predator C), whose prototype flew its first flight in 2009, is operationally ready after a new round of tests completed last month, according to its maker, General Atomics. Based on the company’s more well-known MQ-9 Reaper drone, Avenger is designed to perform high-speed, long-endurance surveillance or strike missions, flying up to 500 mph at a maximum of 50,000 feet for as long as 18 hours.

Compared to its earlier prototype, Avenger’s fuselage has been increased by four feet to accommodate larger payloads and more fuel, allowing for extended missions. It can carry up to 3,500 pounds internally, and its 66-foot wingspan is capable of carrying weapons as large as a 2,000-pound Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM).

Switching from propeller-driven drones to jets will allow the CIA to continue its Pakistan strikes from a more distant base, if and when the U.S. is forced to withdraw troops entirely from neighboring Afghanistan.



Max Altitude : 50,000 ft
Max Endurance : 18 hr
Max Airspeed : 400 KTAS


•High Energy Liquid Laser Area Defense System (HELLADS) (150kW)
•Jet performance and reliability
•Reduced detection features
•Internal stores carriage
•Multiple payload capacity
•Retractable EO/IR gimbal
•Triple-redundant avionics
•Dual-redundant flight controls
•Six external hard points
•Compatible with all GA-ASI GCS
•C-5/C-17 transportable (or self-deploy)...

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Snipers Attacked Silicon Valley Electrical Station Last Year; FBI Kept Us in the Dark Thumbnail

Snipers Attacked Silicon Valley Electrical Station Last Year; FBI Kept Us in the Dark

Posted on Feb 10, 2014 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Emergency Preparedness & Survival, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Source: sfist & Wall Street Journal

Via Crypotogon Editorial Notes: See Fiber Optic Cables Cut in California (2009) for commentary that applies here as well. They called that one vandalism, as well. Oh, sure.

On the morning of April 16th, 2013, a coordinated team of snipers cut phone lines and took out 17 power transformers at a Pacific Gas & Electric substation south of San Jose, CA, causing a near blackout throughout Silicon Valley. According to the former chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, it was the “most significant incident of domestic terrorism” involving the nation’s power grid. No one has been charged or arrested in the attack and the FBI is “continuing to sift through the evidence.”

The Wall Street Journal broke news of the attack today, piecing together a timeline of events that unfolded in the middle of the night, just yards from Highway 101:

The attack began just before 01:00 AM, when someone slipped into an underground vault not far from a busy freeway and cut telephone cables.

Within half an hour, snipers opened fire on a nearby electrical substation.


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Third Prominent American Banker Suicided

Posted on Jan 31, 2014 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Economic News, Federal Reserve & Bankers

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Paul Joseph Watson and Bloomberg

A third banker has committed suicide within the space of a week, once again prompting speculation that some kind of financial collapse could be just around the corner.

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Image: Mike Dueker (YouTube).

“Mike Dueker, the chief economist at Russell Investments, was found dead at the side of a highway that leads to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington state, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. He was 50,” reports Bloomberg.

Dueker fell down a 50 foot embankment in what police are describing as a suicide. He was reported missing on January 29 by friends, who said he had been “having problems at work.”

Dueker worked at Seattle-based Russell for five years, and developed a business-cycle index that forecast economic performance. He was previously an assistant vice president and research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

(We have Gabriel Magee and William ‘Bill’ Broeksmit from a couple of days ago and now Mike Dueker.)...

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Tennessee Senate Bill 1849 Seeks to Stop the NSA within State Borders, Refuses Support

Posted on Jan 25, 2014 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Ben Swann

As eight states have introduced legislation to keep the NSA out of their borders, Tennessee’s newly introduced legislation packs the strongest punch yet.

The bill is known as the “Tennessee Fourth Amendment Protection Act”. State Senator Stacey Campfield (R) and State Representative Andy Holt (R) are the Senate and House sponsors. The bill was drafted and lobbied for by the Tenth Amendment Center, a national think-tank, which seeks to impede unconstitutional federal laws, regulations and entities on the state level.

“We have an out of control federal agency spying on pretty much everybody in the world. I don’t think the state of Tennessee should be helping the NSA violate the Constitution and the basic privacy rights of its citizens – and we don’t have to,” Campfield said. “This bill may not stop the NSA, but it will darn sure stop Tennessee from participating in unjustified and illegal activities.”

Campfield’s comments hold strong warrant. The NSA has been operating directly underneath the nose of many Tennesseans without them ever knowing. A long-standing secretive NSA computing facility calls Oak Ridge, Tennessee home. ...

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Prox Dynamics Black Hornet Micro Drone

Posted on Dec 27, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Emergency Preparedness & Survival, Police, Military, & War, Science & Technology

Kevin Hayden –

Let’s file this under the category of, “Yes, please! I want one!”, as well as, “Really Creepy” in the hands of our Department of Homeland Security and local law enforcers.

Prox Dynamics PD-100 Black Hornet Micro UAV / Drone

In a world of delicate, experimental nano-drones, the Black Hornet is the first operational system deployed. A hand-launched observation drone, it can resist gusting winds, fly for 25 minutes, and travel nearly a mile from its operator. The autopilot can follow GPS coordinates to conduct a preplanned patrol or simply hover and stare. All in a drone that weighs less than 0.6 ounces. – Popular Science

With the race for practical, affordable surveillance drones in high gear, I thought this little guy could serve some interesting purposes for the regular Joe. Several of my friends have large farms and use amateur, bulky octo-copter drones to check on irrigation systems, cattle, fence lines, and more.

In a SHTF situation, this micro UAV could prove invaluable for area recon and intelligence, as well as everyday tasks such as the aforementioned activities, especially with it’s integrated pan & tilt camera....

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Hayden’s Note: Bitcoins, the FBI, and Tangible Goods

Posted on Dec 19, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Economic News, Emergency Preparedness & Survival, Federal Reserve & Bankers

Kevin Hayden –

Source: in part; Wired

Who owns the single largest Bitcoin wallet on the internet? The U.S. government.

In September, the FBI shut down the Silk Road online drug marketplace, and it started seizing bitcoins belonging to the Dread Pirate Roberts — the operator of the illicit online marketplace, who they say is an American man named Ross Ulbricht.

The FBI now controls more than 144,000 bitcoins that reside at a bitcoin address that consolidates much of the seized Silk Road bitcoins. Those 144,000 bitcoins are worth close to $100 million at Tuesday’s exchange rates. Another address, containing Silk Road funds seized earlier by the FBI, contains nearly 30,000 bitcoins ($20 million).

Hayden’s Note:

I’ve had email after email asking for my opinion on Bitcoin and if readers should invest in the digital currency. In it’s early days, I mined for some Bitcoin myself. As time went on, I read more and more about the likelihood that Bitcoin was merely a law enforcement or intelligence honeypot and I continue to believe that.

There is also speculation that various intel agencies use the currency in order to launder their own money in order to fund clandestine operations.


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CIA Drones: The New Wedding Crashers & a Policy of Indiscriminate Killing Thumbnail

CIA Drones: The New Wedding Crashers & a Policy of Indiscriminate Killing

Posted on Dec 16, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Reuters

Fifteen people on their way to a wedding in Yemen were killed in an air strike after their party was mistaken for an al Qaeda convoy, local security officials said on Thursday.

The officials did not identify the plane in the strike in central al-Bayda province, but tribal and local media sources said that it was a drone.

“An air strike […] hit a wedding car convoy, ten people were killed immediately and another five who were injured, died after being admitted to the hospital,” one security official said.

Hayden’s Note:

The CIA’s program of “targeted” drone killings in Pakistan’s tribal heartlands is politically counterproductive, kills large numbers of civilians, and undermines respect for international law, according to a report by US academics.

“The dominant narrative about the use of drones in Pakistan is of a surgically precise and effective tool that makes the US safer by enabling ‘targeted killings’ of terrorists, with minimal downsides or collateral impacts. This narrative is false,” the report, entitled Living Under Drones, states.

It is clear to see that our use of drones increases militant recruitment, as well as fueling hatred towards our Nation....

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Google Purchases Boston Dynamics, the DARPA-Funded Robotics Firm Thumbnail

Google Purchases Boston Dynamics, the DARPA-Funded Robotics Firm

Posted on Dec 16, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Science & Technology

Kevin Hayden –

Google announced on Friday the 13th, 2013, that it has acquired Boston Dynamics, the robotics and engineering firm that has been hard at work on SkyNet Department of Defense projects such as Big Dog, Cheetah, WildCat, PetMan, and Atlas.

The Massachusetts-based company continues to pump out machines that can jump, climb stairs, navigate disaster areas, run, carry heavy payloads, and even gallop at close to 30mph.

“It is the eighth robotics company that Google has acquired in the last half-year. Executives at the internet giant are circumspect about what exactly they plan to do with their robot collection. But Boston Dynamics and its animal kingdom-themed machines bring significant cachet to Google’s robotic efforts, which are being led by Andy Rubin, the Google executive who spearheaded the development of Android, the world’s most widely used smartphone software.” – New York Times

The acquisition also raises questions as to what Google might do with their robotic menagerie. Amazon recently released their new drone-delivery idea and makes one wonder if Google plans something similar....

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Wildcat, Boston Dynamic’s Newest DARPA Robot, is a Load Bearing, Galloping, Metal Beast

Posted on Oct 18, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Movies, TV, & Video Games, Police, Military, & War, Science & Technology

Kevin Hayden –

This month’s hulking, Skynet killer robot is the Wildcat. Designed and built with funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Boston Dynamics continues to improve upon previous designs such as the Cheetah and the Big Dog. Wildcat is a four-legged, load-bearing robot able to gallop, run, and turn corners at relatively impressive speeds.

“It is being developed to run fast on all types of terrain. So far, WildCat has run at about 16 mph on flat terrain using bounding and galloping gaits. The video shows WildCat’s best performance so far,” Boston Dynamics reports.

If you are familiar with basic human anatomy or robotic design, you realize how difficult it is to recreate the natural human gait, or walking gesture. Boston Dynamics has created several upright, bi-ped robots, such as PetMan and Atlas, that do a great job at mimicking the human walk, as well as climbing stairs and maintaining balance while traversing obstacles. Creating a four-legged beast that can maintain it’s balance, speed, and center of gravity, over uneven terrain and environments, is no easy task, either....

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Reporters to Expose NSA’s Significant Role in US Assassination Program

Posted on Sep 29, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Global & National News, Police, Military, & War, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Press TV

Two American journalists are working together to expose the role of the National Security Agency in what they described as a “US assassination program.” Contributor to The Nation magazine, Jeremy Scahill, and Glenn Greenwald, who first reported Edward Snowden’s PRISM revelations, are working on the project.

“The connections between war and surveillance are clear. I don’t want to give too much away but Glenn and I are working on a project right now that has at its center how the National Security Agency plays a significant, central role in the US assassination program,” Scahill said on Saturday.

“There are so many stories that are yet to be published that we hope will produce ‘actionable intelligence,’ or information that ordinary citizens across the world can use to try to fight for change, to try to confront those in power,” he added.

Greenwald was the first journalist who broke the revelations about US spying programs based on documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.

“The really important thing to realize is the desire for surveillance is not a uniquely American attribute,” Greenwald was quoted as saying by the Associated Press....

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Benghazi, Weapon Sales, and the Blatant Arming of al-Qaeda

Posted on Sep 25, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Kit Daniels

A former CIA gun runner revealed that the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, was killed in the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in order to cover up the U.S. State Department’s direct arm shipments to al-Qaeda.

Hayden’s Note:

I’m glad that this information is finally starting to become mainstream knowledge. I’ve been talking about this very topic for a few years, especially as it relates to Libya and the arming of our “sworn enemies” in the sacking of Tripoli. I repeatedly wrote articles discussing the tens of thousands of surface-to-air missiles that went “missing”, and are now in Syria.

The Benghazi “attack” was a complete cover used to silence powerful critics of the arms deals.

See also:

US and Allies Considering Plans for ‘Military Aid’ to Syrian Rebels (Terrorists)

US to Arm Libyan Rebels; Rebel Commander Admits Fighters are al-Qaeda Members – Wha?

William Robert “Tosh” Plumlee started his career as a CIA contract pilot in the late 1950s, delivering guns and ammunition on behalf of the agency to Fidel Castro....

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Marine Corps Colonel: “We’re building a domestic army” – Hayden’s Note

Posted on Aug 16, 2013 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Police, Military, & War

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Concord, NH, City Council Meeting

I’ve been saying this since September, 2005, when I was a New Orleans Police Officer. I saw the incrementalism then and spoke out against it, and I now see it moving full steam ahead eight years later.

In several phone conversations with readers, friends, and like-minded thinkers, I explained, in detail, how the Federal Government was using New Orleans as a “test bed” for militarization of domestic law enforcement. After Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, I pointed out that the Feds were coaxing local, county, and state governments into getting in lock-step. They offered millions of dollars for departments to purchase new uniforms – but only in midnight navy blue – as well as offering fleets of new vehicles, as long as they followed Fed guidelines for certain markings and lights, as well as massive caches of new weapons and Homeland Security-approved radios. Sure, it’s great for interoperability… but with that carrot on the stick comes a price. It comes attached with a new attitude, a new perspective, and a new master....

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