3 year old boy remembers past life

3-Year-Old Remembers Past Life, Identifies Murderer and Location of Body
By Tara MacIsaac, Epoch Times | May 17, 2014 http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/681034-3-year-old-remembers-past-life-identifies-murderer-and-location-of-body/
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304. There are many combinations of personal, family and national karma. One may ask if it is possible that an injustice committed against one person could affect a whole country. Indeed it can, especially since many who are involved with one another reincarnate in the same country. Such conditions increase the responsibility of mankind. -Morya: Supermundane 2, 1938
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458. I do not repeat this for you but for the cowardly ignoramuses who seek to cloak crime with irresponsibility. How afraid they are of death! But at the same time, they fear also to cross to the other shore of the river. Sometimes it is necessary to disturb their ignorance. Those who slumber are often in need of a blow. -Morya: Heart 1932
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And thus it is up to you–your freewill, the freewill of those who have the ability to perceive–to determine whether the golden age shall truly come in manifestation through the government of the United States of America and the governments of every nation, through the translation of this economy and the economies of the nations, through education, through law, through culture, through art and through music. Beloved ones, your initiations is this: that you must decide this day if it will come to pass–not the sitting back and waiting for the fulfillment of a prophecy that is the statement of the law…. Prophecy is the outlining of that (inner) blueprint and what God has envisioned as the new age. -Gautama Buddha: 3-12-1978 at Miami Beach, see http://books.google.com/books?id=_trI7hom-1EC&pg=PA189&dq=clare+prophet++sitting+back&hl=en&sa=X&ei=DxF4U7y2G8nxoATX34CQDw&ved=0CFwQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=clare%20prophet%20%20sitting%20back&f=false
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  1. Dealing w Putin & those like him is hard, but it is the fight we must fight. Squabbling about how to appease him is cowardly & suicidal.
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    Complaining about what the West did in Ukraine instead of Russia is like looking for lost keys where the light is better. Easier but stupid.
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    The documents appear to show AT&T tapping into 16 fiber-optic cables connecting the company’s WorldNet internet backbone to other internet service providers, and routing the traffic to a sophisticated data-analysis system made by California-basedNarus.

    In a written statement accompanying the pages, whistle-blower Klein says the Narus system was installed in a secret locked room inside an AT&T switching center in San Francisco that was off-limits to anyone without NSA clearance.

    In court, AT&T attorney Bradford Berenson cast his client as a hapless victim, unable to defend itself while maintaining its national security obligations.

    “The problem here is not just that the plaintiffs can’t make their case, but that the defendants can’t defend themselves,” said Berenson, noting that some perfectly legal instruments of surveillance, like Patriot Act national security letters, come with binding secrecy requirements….

    Walker asked some pointed and skeptical questions about whether the nearly all-powerful state secrets privilege, a holdover from English common law, trumps the Constitution and Congress.

    “It is an inherent Article II (executive branch) power which unfortunately trumps a private litigant’s right to his day in court,” Justice Department lawyer C. Nichols said.

    Walker’s ruling on the government’s motion to dismiss the case for national security reasons could come as early as the June 23 hearing, but his ruling either way is nearly certain to trigger an immediate appeal to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals….

     
  4. After the hearing, Klein addressed reporters on the courthouse steps.

    “As you all know there is a big public debate going on about government surveillance,” Klein said in a voice barely above a whisper. “I believe I have significant information to bring to the table, and I have been struggling for some time to bring it out in the light of day. And that’s all I wanted to do — is bring it out so that people can examine it and decide for themselves.”    Court Deals AT&T a Setback

     
     
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    Court Deals AT&T a Setback

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The USA FREEDOM Act has largely been considered the most promising reform bill in the House or Senate. It tightens the limits of the Patriot Act, requiring court approval before surveillance operatives collect information. For years, single court orders have authorized collecting millions of call records at a time, all of which are stored in NSA databases for five years. But under pressure from critics, President Barack Obama promised to phase out the database system, leaving records in the hands of phone companies, who would hold them for the 18 months that the FCC already requires. This bill would make this change official, and so far, it’s garnered more support than a competing bill from the House Intelligence Committee, which would only ask courts to review collection after it’s already happened.

 BUT SHORTLY BEFORE THE BILL WAS BROUGHT TO COMMITTEE, AN AMENDMENT STRIPPED OUT SOME PROVISIONS THAT WERE WIDELY SUPPORTED BY PRIVACY ADVOCATES. WHILE THE BILL STILL PROHIBITED BULK RECORD COLLECTION, IT WEAKENED LANGUAGE BARRING “BACK DOOR SEARCHES” IN WHICH OPERATIVES GET AROUND A BAN ON SPECIFICALLY LOOKING UP COMMUNICATIONS FROM US CITIZENS BY SIFTING THROUGH FOREIGN COMMUNICATIONS TO FIND THEM INDIRECTLY. IT ALSO LOOSENED TRANSPARENCY RULES AND RESTRICTIONS ON NATIONAL SECURITY LETTERS, AND ANALYSTS WERE GIVEN THE POWER TO COLLECT CALL DATA UP TO TWO “HOPS” AWAY FROM A SPECIFIC TARGET, POTENTIALLY ALLOWING ONE SEARCH TO LINK TO MILLIONS OF OTHER PEOPLE. THESE COMPROMISES MADE THE BILL MORE WIDELY PALATABLE, AND IN TODAY’S DEBATE, SENSENBRENNER URGED CRITICS “NOT TO MAKE THE PERFECT THE ENEMY OF THE GOOD.”

Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), one of the staunchest reform advocates, attempted to resurrect the back door search ban included in the original bill. The committee, largely guided by Sensenbrenner’s philosophy, shot down the amendment, along with several more proposals that would have raised the bar for searches and made the bill’s language more specific. In a more successful move, Rep. Linda DelBene (D-WA) was able to reinstate transparency rules that make it easier for companies to report the number of surveillance requests they receive. Otherwise, the bill remains largely the compromise that was announced earlier this week.   House committee unanimously passes phone surveillance reform bill

 
 
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The House Judiciary Committee has approved an amended version of the USA FREEDOM Act, a bill meant to end the mass collection of American pho…
 
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 But considering how well Washington has conducted itself in recent months, compounding lies with more lies in efforts to appease the critics with (at very least the surface appearance) of reform and change, while balancing the need to protect national security and global economic and political interests, there is only one viable option.

Do nothing, and carry on spying.

Surveillance snowballs: From Room 641a to PRISM

Take a step back to 2006, where the pre-Snowden White House last suffered an intelligence-related controversy when a whistleblower lifted the lid on the Bush-era mass surveillance efforts….

Dubbed “Room 641a,” AT&T engineer Mark Klein blew the whistle on the NSA’s involvement in domestic wiretapping, and claimed that the agency diverted Internet traffic through a splitter cabinet in a secure, locked room, which was to be used only by U.S. government personnel.

As a result of the scandal, Congress killed off the ability for law enforcement and intelligence agencies to spy domestically by passing the FISA Amendments Act. And yet, there’s ample evidence nonetheless from the Snowden leaks that Americans have still been caught up in the massive data-slurping dragnet.

A mere seven years later, the NSA’s surveillance capabilities are spread out (and with more on the way) on the world stage for everyone to see. From nefarious programs such as PRISM to phone tapping, software backdoors, and wide-scale botnets, whether or not the 2006 case actively helped the NSA spy domestically and the rest of the world, any legislative action by Congress certainly didn’t prevent it from developing further.   Lies, lies, and more damned Washington lies: Why you shouldn’t expect much on NSA ‘reforms’ | ZDNet

 
 
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What’s to say the White House won’t keep its spying efforts from ticking over as it did before the Snowden revelations came to light?
 
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5-15-14  “The sunlight brought about by a year’s worth of Snowden leaks appears to have prompted dozens of companies to improve their policies when it comes to giving user data to the government,” said EFF Activism Director Rainey Reitman. “Our report charts objectively verifiable categories of how tech companies react when the government seeks user data, so users can make informed decisions about which companies they should trust with their information.”

EFF’s report awards up to six gold stars for best practices in categories like “require a warrant for content” and “publish transparency reports.” Last year, just two companies we surveyed earned a full six stars – Sonic, a California ISP, and Twitter.* This year, Apple, CREDO Mobile, Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo all joined Sonic and Yahoo in receiving six full stars, and several others – LinkedIn, Pinterest, SpiderOak, Tumblr, Wickr and WordPress – only missed getting all six stars because they did not have to bring public court battles on behalf of their users.

This year, the majority of the companies surveyed have made a formal commitment to inform users when their data was sought, a welcome safeguard that gives users the information they need to fight on their own.  

Which Tech Companies Help Protect You From Government Data Demands?

 
 
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San Francisco – Technology companies are privy to our most sensitive information: our conversations, photos, location data, and more. Bu…
 
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As promised, the release of Glenn Greenwald’s new book, No Place to Hide, has brought plenty more Snowden leaks, and one document is particularly mind-blowing. The photo above shows an NSA team intercepting and bugging a Cisco router before it’s sent to a customer who’s been targeted for surveillance. In the document, an internal newsletter from June 2010, the chief of the NSA’s Access and Target Development department explains the process of intercepting routers, servers and other internet hardware to install beacon implants, then resealing them and sending them on to targets.

A quote from the document follows:

Here’s how it works: shipments of computer network devices (servers, routers, etc,) being delivered to our targets throughout the world are intercepted. Next, they are redirected to a secret location where Tailored Access Operations/Access Operations (AO-S326) employees, with the support of the Remote Operations Center (S321), enable the installation of beacon implants directly into our targets’ electronic devices. These devices are then re-packaged and placed back into transit to the original destination. All of this happens with the support of Intelligence Community partners and the technical wizards in TAO.  Latest Snowden leak reveals the NSA intercepted and bugged Cisco routers

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