06 July 2013

UFO & Alien Disclosure by Former Canadian Minister of Defense


The extraterrestrial presence in our universe, and even that which is evident on our planet, is becoming more and more of an accepted reality as the droves of evidence continues to mount in the form of government released documents, amateur video, witness testimonies from citizens, military and more. While it still has not found its place on the six o’ clock news around the world, there is a bevy of information to scour through on the internet if anyone chooses to do so. What was once a extremely fringe topic has now become a topic that is discussed a lot more regularly and often with the average person.

There have always been numerous accounts of witness testimonies, government admissions and amateur video floating around the ether ready for anyone to get there hands on, but it was always publicly accepted as an impossibility for the most part. In the collective consciousness, the existence of extraterrestrials and UFOs was simply not a likely reality regardless of the ancient ties and existing evidence. Perhaps this is due to the stance religion takes on the matter? Or due to how heavily government has covered it up? Nonetheless, to believe in aliens was to be a conspiracy theorist and wearing a tin foil hat on your head is how people saw you.

Today this is not quite the same. It seems every day there is another video, document or video case being revealed that demonstrates without a doubt that we are not alone in this universe and never have been. At this point in time you almost have to be putting your hands over your own eyes and shutting your ears to not see and hear the reality that is before us when it comes to ET and UFO presence. Why does the denial still exist? Are we afraid of accepting the reality? What does it mean to us to not want to accept the truth? Perhaps something to reflect on.

Below is a video of Canada’s former defence minister at the 2013 Citizen Disclosure Hearing that took place in Washington DC. What Paul Hellyer shares in this video is nothing short of sheer first hand testimony that ET’s and UFOs exist, the government has known about it for many years and they are even familiar with multiple races.

See video:


Internet sites join July 4 anti-NSA protest

Protesters express their opposition to the new National Security Agency Utah Data Center.

The online community rallied on Thursday in support of live protests against the US government's surveillance of internet activity, a practice recently exposed by a former contractor for the National Security Agency.

Websites such as Reddit and Mozilla supported a campaign in cities across the United States to "Restore the Fourth" - a reference to the US Constitution's Fourth Amendment, which protects citizens against unlawful search and seizure.
"Happy 4th of July! Immediately stop your unconstitutional spying on the world's internet users -- The People." 
The home page of the website Boing Boing, for example, displayed the following message to the NSA: "Happy 4th of July! Immediately stop your unconstitutional spying on the world's internet users -- The People."

The protest comes as the United States celebrates its Independence Day holiday.
By early afternoon, crowds of more than 400 had gathered in New York City and Washington, DC, the organisers said. They estimate the total turnout will be more than 10,000 nationwide.

The NSA, on its own website, said: "NSA does not object to any lawful, peaceful protest. NSA and its employees work diligently and lawfully every day, around the clock, to protect the nation and its people."

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has been charged with espionage after disclosing the agency's surveillance programs. He has spent more than a week in a Moscow airport seeking a country that would grant him asylum.

The online protest was launched by the Internet Defense League, a network of more than 30,000 websites and internet users whose goal is to protest attempts to curtail the freedom of the Web.

Evan Greer, a spokesman for the IDL, said nearly 13,500 Twitter users had taken part in a so-called thunderclap, in which they all tweeted the same or similar message at the same time to their more than 9 million followers.

smh.com.au 5 July 2013

All part of the global agenda to monitor and ultimately control the movements of the every single person on the planet
The agenda is worse than that of Nazi occupied Germany.

05 July 2013

Hackers can control almost all Android phones

NINETY-nine per cent of all Android devices are vulnerable to hacking or being completely taken over remotely by cyber criminals. 

This is the claim of a study by BlueBox security, a mobile security company which claims it has discovered a flaw in the operating system of almost all Google phones and tablets (which runs on the operating system Android) that allows hackers to modify its code in a way that "turns any legitimate application into a malicious Trojan" virus.

The company claims this vulnerability exists on any Android phone or tablet released over the last four years, affecting approximately 900 million devices.

According to the researchers the issue is central to Google's open source operating system and so far only one device has been patched.

The way it works:
Rather than creating a malicious app, cyber criminals wait for legitimate apps to be approved for sale and then go in and modify the code after and create an exploit that allows them to take over people's phones via the app.

This flaw would allow hackers to access your passwords, credit card information, emails, any information you store on your phone.

"The implications are huge!," Blue box wrote on its website.

"Depending on the type of application, a hacker can exploit the vulnerability for anything from data theft to creation of a mobile botnet."

So far it appears though this flaw only affects non Google apps, considering the amount of third party apps that exist in the Google store that's hardly a paltry number. There is also no evidence that this flaw has been exploited by anyone.

Google declined to comment.

The claims come less than six months after it was revealed by a Sydney developer that every time you purchase an app on Google Play, your name, address and email is passed on to the developer.
Last year antivirus company Trend Micro recorded 350,000 security threats on Android devices.

So what can I do about this?
- Well, the news isn't good. Until further notice, news.com.au recommends that you don't download any non-Google apps.

- Bluebox has recommended that users update their operating system to the latest version.
- Also, if you have any apps which store your personal information such as credit card or PayPal information (like eBay, Amazon or Etsy), you should remove this information immediately.

- Remove any personal information from your phone (do you have your credit card pin stored in your notes? Get rid of it).

heraldsun.com.au 5 July 2013