Sunday, December 21, 2014

Should Lisbon Use Wi Fi in Schools? ---- by Joe Hill

At last Tuesdays Town Council Meeting the Lisbon School Department asked the Council to release $42,000 dollars so they could increase the capacity of the Wi Fi in one of Lisbon Schools. 

I think Lisbon Parents should take a long and hard look at the overwhelming evidence that has emerged against subjecting children to Wi Fi - RF fields. Many professionals in this field believe placing children's developing bodies in Wi Fi electromagnetic fields is tantamount to Child Abuse. 


The following sources may give you a better understanding of what can happen to your children if they are sensitive to these fields.

Lets err on the side of safety and only use hardwired computer connections in our schools.

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Warnings about Wireless Radiation


A number of organizations, including the Council of Europe, the European Environment Agency, UK Trades Union Congress, the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety, and the Russian Commission for Electromagnetic Safety, have also given strong warnings about all technology that emits radiation similar to that of WiFi.

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Toxicology Program have also studied the effects of non-thermal radiation on human health. Their results are that, among other things, radiation can significantly increase the risk of serious diseases. They have classified RF as a possible carcinogen, the same as lead and DDT.

Children’s Vulnerability to WiFi Radiation

Children are especially vulnerable to WiFi radiation because their nervous systems and brains are still developing. Also their skulls are thinner and smaller, so the radiation penetrates more deeply into their brains.

If you have WiFi, and your children also use laptops and play wireless games, they are living in a virtual sea of radiation, exposing them to a number of WiFi health risks.

- See more at: http://www.earthcalm.com/wi-fi-health-risks-and-children/#sthash.o2OAIYFn.dpuf


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Why Is WiFi Bad?    (Especially for children)


1. Children's brains are way smaller, so it affects us way more. And we have more water in children's brains so electromagnetic radiation is conducted faster and stronger.

2. Cell phones have up to 2.4 ghz frequency, but wireless can have up to 6 ghz frequency. But scientists say it is not the frequency that is so important, but the second carrier wave (the information carrying radio wave - ICRW) and the fact that it is pulsed, that is the main health problem. All these countries have banned wifi in schools, why can't we?

3. Children absorb more radiation than adults, so the risk for kids is much higher than for adults.

4. Radiation disturbs our learning and damages our brain function.

5. People getting sick from WiFi radiation today have exactly the same things wrong with their body as the radar operators during World War 2 - when they were using the same microwave radiation to find out where the enemy planes were.



Read more http://www.radiationeducation.com/Why_Is_WiFi_Bad.html

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Children’s Health Expert Panel: Cell Phones & Wi-Fi―Are Children, Fetuses and Fertility at Risk?



Read more http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/09/21/cell-phone-wifi-radiation.aspx

NEW YORK POLICE OFFICERS SHOT DEAD IN SQUAD CAR ‘ASSASSINATION’



by BREITBART NEWS20 Dec 2014New York, NY9820

“It’s difficult to find the words,” New York City Police Commissioner William J. Bratton said Saturday night.

Without provocation, an attacker ambushed officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos while they sat in their marked patrol car in the Bedford-Stuyvesant Area of Brooklyn at 2:47 in the afternoon. “They were quite simply assassinated,” Bratton said, “targeted for their uniform.”

While Liu and Ramos sat in full uniform in a Critical Response Vehicle in the 84th precinct, a man approached the passenger door, assumed a “shooting stance,” and fired several times through the window. Both officers were struck in the head and died from their wounds.

The Commissioner said that the officers had no warning and may not have had the opportunity to see the assailant, much less reach for their weapons. The attack was entirely unprovoked.

The suspected murderer is 28-year-old Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley. Though Brinsley’s last known residence was in Georgia, according to reports, he was in Baltimore earlier in the day.

After the shooting, Brinsley ran from the scene and turned into a G-train subway station, where he descended to the platform. He was pursued by other officers. When he reached the platform, Brinsley shot himself in the head, taking his own life.

At approximately 5:45 AM Saturday morning, according to Bratton, Brinsley shot his former girlfriend in the stomach.

At 2:45 PM, a warning was sent from Baltimore to the New York Police Department and other agencies, moments before Liu and Ramos were murdered.

A visibly shaken Bratton noted that authorities are investigating social media posts that suggest Brinsley had planned to kill police officers to avenge the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Garner died while in a chokehold in New York City and Brown was shot dead by a St. Louis police officer. After grand juries decided not to indict the police officers involved, protests broke out and have continued to this day.

Social media posts featuring a silver firearm like the one found at the scene and a plan to kill “pigs” could implicate Brinsley.



“It’s clear that this was an assassination; the officers were shot execution style,” Bill de Blasio told the media. The NYC Mayor went on to describe the ambush as an assault on all New Yorkers and civil society in general: “Our entire city was attacked.

Woman awarded $1.12 million after police strip-searched her to 'make example' of gun-owning 'right wingers'

Saturday, December 20, 2014 by: J. D. Heyes

(NaturalNews) A Long Island, New York, mother of three has been awarded $1.12 million by a federal jury after she was falsely arrested while taking pictures at an Air National Guard base in the Hamptons, with a legally owned AR-15 rifle and ammunition in the trunk of her car.

Nancy Genovese, 58, said she was taking photos for a "Support Our Troops" website when she was detained and arrested by Suffolk County authorities, Britain's The Guardian newspaper reported.

"What they took from this woman cannot be measured in money," prominent Long Island civil rights attorney Frederick Brewington told media, following a decision by a federal jury. "There is no reason to treat another human the way they treated her."

He went on to say that Suffolk County deputies humiliated her after arresting her in July 2009 while she took photos of a military helicopter on display outside the Gabreski Airport Air National Guard base in Westhampton Beach on eastern Long Island.

One of the deputies allegedly said she was going to be arrested for terrorism so she could be made an example of to other "right wingers," Brewington asserted.

"Teabagger," "right winger"

"Ms. Genovese was subjected to a level of abuse because they did not share the same political views as she did and saw this as an excuse to deny her even the most basic civil rights," said Brewington.

After her arrest, Genovese filed suit against Suffolk County, the Sheriff's department and other parties for wrongful actions. She claimed in her suit that she was only arrested because she belonged to the Tea Party movement, which essentially advocates for smaller government and fewer taxes.

When arrested, she was charged with criminal trespass and spent four days in jail before being released with no charges filed.



Learn more:http://www.naturalnews.com/048056_gun_rights_strip_search_false_arrest.html#ixzz3MZv895Dt

Police to Begin Inspecting Your Poop, Seriously


As the wasteful, immoral war on drugs continues in police states around the world, authorities are always looking for ways to track the use of “illicit” drugs. It’s the intelligence aspect of their war, and some of the methods literally reek. Introducing “sewage epidemiology,” coming soon to a community near you.

Sewage epidemiology is a rapidly expanding field that can provide information on illicit drug usage in communities, based on the measured concentrations in samples from wastewater treatment plants.

According to the American Chemical Society’s report:

The war on drugs could get a boost with a new method that analyzes sewage to track levels of illicit drug use in local communities in real time. The new study, a first-of-its-kind in the U.S., was published in the ACS journal Environmental Science & Technology and could help law enforcement identify new drug hot spots and monitor whether anti-drug measures are working.

The thought of authorities slogging through the sludge may be comical, but it represents another example of big brother using our money to monitor our behavior. Drug consumption is a non-violent act upon oneself. The drug trade is made violent in a black market under government prohibition.

What is the rationale behind attempts at drug eradication and criminalization? It provides a means for government to assert power; it enriches the prison industry and the jackboot industry and politicians. Take these away and there is no logic to the war on drugs.

NYPD’s Cop Union: ‘We Have Become a Wartime Police Department’ after Two Officers Slain


The New York Police Department has declared “war” after two officers were killed Saturday in their squad car while taking part in an anti-terrorism drill by a gunmen said to be taking revenge for the death of Eric Garner.
The accused Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who reportedly took his own life after the killings, is said to be connected to the Black Guerilla Family prison gang, who police recently warned were gunning for police.
Saying “There’s blood on many hands,” the head of the NYPD’s police union, Patrick Lynch, placed much of the blame on the Mayor’s Office and formally asked Mayor Bill de Blasio not to attend the funerals of the slain officers for appearing overly sympathetic to Eric Garner protests.
“Those that incited violence on this street under the guise of protest, that tried to tear down what New York City police officers did everyday… We tried to warn it must not go on, it cannot be tolerated. That blood on the hands starts on the steps of city hall in the office of the mayor.”
Police turned their backs on Mayor de Blasio as they gathered to show respects for Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu outside the hospital where they were pronounced dead. When De Blasio stated, “We’re all in this together,” one officer was heard retorting, “No, we’re not.”

- See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/nypds-cop-union-we-have-become-a-wartime-police-department-after-two-officers-slain_122014#sthash.5lGbOkMG.dpuf

Friday, December 19, 2014

Lisbon Town Council Workshop ------ Dec. 16th 2014


GAMES WE PLAY ----- by Larry Fillmore

At the last Town Council meeting, Mr. Richard Green, Superintendent of Schools, briefed the Council of a situation the School Department was made aware of in late November.  The state provided the wireless system technology requirements at the Lisbon Community School to ensure it meets the requirements for Smarter Balance.  Smarter Balance is the new system the state will be using instead of the current paper/pencil NECAP.

The School Department conducted a technology readiness assessment and discovered that the current wireless system does not have sufficient network capacity in order to implement and administer this new state ordered system.  The School Department then determined what was necessary to meet the upcoming requirements and presented the solution to the Lisbon School Committee which approved the solution unanimously.  The solution required that $42,000.00 be transferred from the Lisbon School Department’s capital reserve account.  This required the approval of the Town Council.

Mr. Green briefed the Town Council and Chairman Pesce, Councilors Bickford and Metivier spoke and voted against approving the transfer of funds.  Councilors Lunt and Crafts had no input but voted against the motion.  These funds are already in the approved budget so there are no additional funds necessary.  It would appear this was a blatant attempt at controlling the School Department’s funds.  If these three councilors have a problem with the manner in which the School Department’s funds are utilized, I recommend they run for the School Committee

The assessment reveals Lisbon Community School will fail this test without the necessary upgrades.  At that point, are these three councilors going to blame Mr. Green and the Lisbon School Committee?  Mr. Green and the Lisbon School Committee did everything right in my mind.  They identified the problem, performed an assessment and provided a solution without asking for additional funds from the taxpayers.  This is being responsible and doing what the taxpayers expect of them; so why is the Town Council acting this way.

The real losers in this battle between the Town Council and the Lisbon School Committee are the students who have to struggle with inadequate equipment in an effort to complete their work.

Larry Fillmore

Junk Bond Investors Facing First Global Loss in Five Years… GCC Countries Are Forecast To Lose At Least Half Their Oil Revenues, Or Around $350 Billion A Yearju


Submitted by IWB, on December 19th, 2014

This month’s big fall in the price of oil should be good news for much of the world’s economy. But so far markets have been telling a different story.
The MSCI Europe index has dropped 4% since early December, while the S&P 500 index remains 1% lower over the same period despite a rally Thursday after the Federal Reserve said it would be “patient” before raising interest rates next year. Emerging-market countries such as Turkey and India, which are large oil importers and so should benefit from the price slump, have seen their currencies fall sharply against the U.S. dollar.
Analysts remain confident that the 48% drop in the price of Brent crude since its June peak of $115 a barrel is merely a case of delayed gratification for the global economy. Consumers will have more money in their pockets and companies outside of the energy sector will benefit from lower costs. Credit Suisse economists calculate this is equal to a $100 billion tax cut for the U.S. economy alone.
But although the boon is substantial, it will take a while to feed through to economic data. Meanwhile, the effect of investors dumping stocks and bonds related to the energy sector has rippled across financial markets.
“Markets will take the hit before economies get the benefit,” said Ewen Cameron Watt, global chief investment strategist at BlackRock Inc., the world’s largest money manager, with $4.3 trillion of assets.
Gulf braces for tough times over oil price plunge

Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/junk-bond-investors-facing-first-global-loss-in-five-years-much-more-ahead/#86zS14bMdKGfxarx.99

RICHMOND OFFICER FOUND WITH MARIJUANA IN HOME LIKELY WON’T FACE CHARGES, OFFICIALS SAY

Picked up a box containing about 4 to 5 pounds of marijuana from a UPS store...

Richmond officer found with marijuana in home likely won't face charges, officials say
Image Credits: melloveschallah, Flickr
by RICK HURD | CONTRA COSTA TIMES NEWS DECEMBER 18, 2014

A Richmond police officer found with marijuana in his home earlier this year likely won’t be charged with a crime, authorities said, but his future on the police force is undetermined.
Veteran K-9 officer Joe Avila has been on paid administrative leave since September, pending an internal investigation, officials in the Richmond Police Department said.
The Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office has been investigating since the case came to its attention earlier this year but is not inclined to file charges, said Robin Lipetzky, the county’s chief public defender. According to Lipetzky, the decision likely stems from evidence not strong enough to produce a conviction.
A search warrant affidavit obtained by this newspaper shows that Avila picked up a box containing about 4 to 5 pounds of marijuana from a UPS store on Nov. 25, 2013. Avila then radioed a dispatcher to say that he would file an incident report.

MADONNA SINGS ABOUT ILLUMINATI, ALL SEEING EYE, NEW WORLD ORDER, OBAMA IN NEW LEAKED SONG

"The all-seeing eye is watching tonight, that's what it is, truth and light"

Madonna Sings About Illuminati, All Seeing Eye, New World Order, Obama In New Leaked Song
by STEVE WATSON | INFOWARS.COM DECEMBER 19, 2014

In a song leaked online before its completion, pop artist Madonna sings about a “new world order” referring to a secret elite society as “the truth and the light”.
The track, entitled “Illuminati”, name checks dozens of celebrities and appears to suggest that they are not truly members of the secret society, which is considered by many to still exist and have a hand in major global events.
A recent trend has emerged among ‘artists’ such as Jay Z, Beyonce, Lady GaGa, and Rihanna to reference the illuminati and use symbolism and body language commonly associated with the shadowy group. This has culminated in speculation that the Illuminati is using pop culture to slowly acclimatize people to its existence, or simply as an underhanded way of showing the world they control the entertainment industry.
Madonna has herself previously adorned her live shows with Babylonian, Egyptian, and Sumerian symbolism, all co-opted and used by secret societies such as the Freemasons, the Rosicrucians and the Illuminati.

NSA CAPABLE OF FALSE FLAG SONY HACK BLAMED ON NORTH KOREA

NSA hackers can easily frame another country

NSA Capable of False Flag Sony Hack Blamed on North Korea
Image Credits: Eagle: EFF.org
by KIT DANIELS | INFOWARS.COM DECEMBER 19, 2014
A presentation by a former NSA analyst revealed it’s feasible for the NSA to hack a large corporation, such as Sony Pictures, and blame it on a foreign country such as North Korea.
Charlie Miller, who spent five years exploiting foreign computers for the NSA, gave a presentation entitled Kim Jong-il and Me: How to Build A Cyber Army to Attack the U.S. in which he explained various hacking methods and how easy it was to blame an attack on another country.
His presentation largely relied on his experience at the NSA.
“I’ll talk about what I know, which is offense,” Miller said to his audience at Defcon.He explained how targeted computers can be exploited through previously unknown vulnerabilities, but the most revealing part of his presentation was how hackers could easily rout their attack to frame another country.
“Maybe a computer from China is attacking you but really that computer is some Russian dude who’s logged into that computer,” he said. “So you can’t tell if it was Russia or China.”
“On the opposite side, it will make attribution really hard for your opponent because you’ll be able to attack from a thousand different places, and from all over the world and they’re not going to know who you are,” he added.