Amnesty for 55+ years of treason = Truth 😉
Report: Top American
Psychologists Aided a
CIA Torture Program
May 1, 2015
According to a new report, the American Psychological Association collaborated in secret with the C.I.A. and the Bush administration to establish legal and ethical justifications for the torture program. The report focuses on the emails, newly disclosed, of a recently deceased researcher at the RAND Corporation who was later a defense contractor. The report—available here—is authored by three long-standing critics of the APA: Stephen Soldz, Steven Reisner, and Nathaniel Raymond. “The A.P.A. secretly coordinated with officials from the C.I.A., White House and the Department of Defense to create an A.P.A. ethics policy on national security interrogations which comported with then-classified legal guidance authorizing the C.I.A. torture program,” they conclude. According to the New York Times, the report examines closely the email archives of Scott Gerwehr, a researcher “who had close ties to behavioral scientists at both the psychological association and in the national security agencies.”
Did You Know
a Law Is On The
Books to Disarm
Law provides impetus for “ultimate world disarmament” and U.N. control over military
May 1, 2015
Public law 87-297, the Arms Control and Disarmament Act signed by President Kennedy in 1961, provides an impetus to not only ban civilian firearm ownership but to also transfer control of the U.S. military to the United Nations. “It is the purpose of this Act to provide impetus toward this goal by creating a new agency of peace to deal with the problem of reduction and control of armaments looking toward ultimate world disarmament,” the law states.
Threatens (A) Free
William Binney warns government snooping will lead to stagnation of society
Paul Joseph Watson
April 30, 2015
NSA whistleblower William Binney warns in a new exclusive Infowars interview that capitalism itself is under threat as a result of the fear and stagnation that is being generated by mass government surveillance.
Binney, a legendary NSA mathematician, developed much of the revolutionary logic and architecture that is now used to spy on everybody in the world. When the NSA decided to use his programs on U.S. citizens he became one of the biggest whistleblowers in the history of the federal agency. During the interview, Binney emphasized one of the most important but often overlooked consequences of mass snooping – that the mere fear of potentially being under surveillance alters the behavior of the population, restricting expression and free market innovation.