A Major Petition Is Presented For The Government To Review 9/11 Truth Evidence – See What Was Said

On Wednesday December 10th 2014, David Long (9/11 survivor and author of the 9/11 petition presented to parliament on December 3rd by Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party), Bill Brinnier (NY architect and board member of New York City Coalition for Accountability Now), Isabelle Beenen (Spokesperson for NYC based Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth) and Dr. Graeme MacQueen (Spokesperson for Consensus 9/11 and founder of McMaster’s Centre of Peace Studies) delivered powerful statements at a press conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, drawing much needed attention to the falsehoods in the official 9/11 narrative. Here is the un-edited footage: The carefully crafted false narrative of 9/11 perpetuated through mainstream media is the catalyst for war and devastation overseas. This is why the truth about 9/11 is so important to bring to light through constant alternative media efforts, which have begun to ripple into the mainstream. It’s not about […] Read More

2014: Is Convenience Creating Hazards In The Digital Age?

Home automation technology: is it an asset or a liability? Alternately referred to as “The Internet of Things,” such systems allow homeowners to control multiple devices within their house, which communicate with each other via wireless technology. However egalitarian this may sound, it’s worth noting that such systems do pose multiple security risks. Part of what’s alarming about this situation is that Google recently acquired the home automation tech developer Nest. On the one hand, Google has done a tremendous amount to create an experience for internet browsers that weeds out marketing ploys and, ideally speaking, takes users to the sites which are most relevant to their search queries. On the other hand, because so many people use Google, they have comprehensive data about virtually everyone in the developed world, and they’ve also been working, rather pro-actively, towards increasing internet availability in remote corners of the United States, as […] Read More