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Date: June 24, 2015

Sessions: TPP ‘Nascent European Union,’ TPA ‘Surrender’ of Congressional Power & More

WEB Notes: TPP has not passed yet. There was a vote yesterday to end debate of the bill and today it is scheduled to be voted on. It looks like it will indeed pass. Notice the items we placed in bold below. This bill is about opening borders not just for trade, but everything including people. From the limited language we have all seen it looks like it will become easier to bring in more cheap labor from other nations, thus displacing our jobs. This is another level of global government, essentially graduating to a much higher level.

(Source: Breitbart) – Senator Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) declared TPA’s “entire purpose” is “for Congress to surrender its power to the executive branch” and said TPP was a “nascent European Union” in a speech on the Senate floor Monday.

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UN Wants “Urgent Measures” to Control Guns After Charleston Killings & More

WEB Notes: Why should we be concerned with what the UN says? As Americans we are not concerned, however your government is. Gun control = people control.

UN Wants “Urgent Measures” to Control Guns After Charleston Killings

(Source: From The Trenches) – Not to be outdone by Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in calling for civilian disarmament, the United Nations is taking advantage of the Charleston shootings to join the chorus of confiscators.

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Not OK, Google! Covert installations of ‘eavesdropping tool’ raise alarm

(Source: RT) – Open source developers and privacy campaigners are raising concerns over the automatic installation of a shady “eavesdropping tool” designed to enable ‘OK Google’ functionality but potentially capable of snooping on any conversation near the computer.

When one installs an open source Chromium browser, as it turns out, it “downloads something” followed by a status report that says “Microphone: Yes” and “Audio Capture Allowed: Yes,” according to an article by Rick Falkvinge, Swedish Pirate Party founder, published on the website Privacy Online News.

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Greek crisis: deal unravels both sides reject reform measures before crunch finance ministers meeting – Telegraph

Greek crisis: deal unravels both sides reject reform measures before crunch finance ministers meeting

Source: Greek crisis: deal unravels both sides reject reform measures before crunch finance ministers meeting – Telegraph

Document outlines big-power nuke help to Iran

WEB Notes: Deadlines mean nothing, how many times have they been missed now? I am not certain the issue is high tech reactors. Russia has sold a lot of this equipment to Iran in the past. I see this more along the lines of the Brookings report we posted a few months back. Make it appear as if the US has done everything they could to negotiate an honest deal, but the whole time it was a deal they knew Iran would never accept and in the end… War will be waged regardless. How can we be so certain? Because it is written in our Father’s Letter (Daniel 8).

(Source: MyWay News) – The United States and other nations negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran are ready to offer high-tech reactors and other state-of-the-art equipment to Tehran if it agrees to crimp programs that can make atomic arms, according to a confidential document obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press.

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You’re being secretly tracked with facial recognition, even in church

WEB Notes: This article is two fold. More invasion of your privacy which really does not exist anymore. Second, notice the last couple lines of this article. The church is using this technology to identify who they can beg for more money. How about that. Sounds like a real good place to go worship on Sunday.

(Source: Fusion) – We know that Facebook has a vast facial recognition database so good that it can recognize you when your face is hidden, that the FBI has built a millions-strong criminal facial recognition system, and that Google’s new Photos app is so effective at face recognition that it can identify now-adults in photos from their childhood. But now facial recognition is starting to pop up in weird and unexpected places: at music festivals (to identify criminals); at stadiums (to weed out “sports troublemakers“) and at churches. Yes, churches.

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Islamic State mints its own ‘Islamic Dinar’ coins

WEB Notes: How about those ISIS’ guys. Now they can mine for gold and mint their own currency. Soon enough they will start a space program and land on the moon. Maybe they will build a laser weapons base there too and shoot Americans who fail to convert.

(Source: Telegraph) – Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) has begun minting its own “Islamic dinar” coins, Syrian activists claimed on Tuesday night.

Pictures posted on social media showed a series of gold sovereigns bearing Isil inscriptions, and with a reported value of one gold dinar being with $139 (£89).

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Weak sun could offset some global warming in Europe and US – study

WEB Notes: Of course it is the sun. As the temperatures have changed on the earth, they have also changed on Mars. What is the commonality?

(Source: Guardian) – Global warming in northern Europe and the eastern US could be partially offset in future winters because of the sun entering a weaker cycle similar to the one which enabled frost fairs to take place on the river Thames in the 17th and 18th century, according to new research.

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Drought May Prompt Californians to Let Personal Hygiene Slide

WEB Notes: The drought is bad, but I feel it is being hyped a bit. Now I have heard of some small towns running out of water. The article shows a picture of a couple woman who they say are skipping showers. If they are doing that it is not because the water is gone. Remember, Nestle? They have a division that bottles water and one of their major sources in Sacramento city water. I have not heard of them shutting down that plant yet, so this kind of shows you where we are in my opinion. The lake levels are very low. If CA has another winter like the last the reservoirs really will be close to dry.

(Source: Bloomberg) – Forget the brown lawns. California’s historic drought may make the state’s residents less keen on washing their bodies and their homes.

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M6.3 – 248km WNW of Chichi-shima, Japan

USGS Earthquake Hazards Program, responsible for monitoring, reporting, and researching earthquakes and earthquake hazards

Source: M6.3 – 248km WNW of Chichi-shima, Japan

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