Light Warrior - We are Legion (Dub Step Mix) #OccupyWallSt #DubStep #Anonymous


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U.S. School District to Begin Microchipping Students

(NaturalNews) A Rhode Island school district has announced a pilot program to monitor student movements by means of radio frequency identification (RFID) chips implanted in their schoolbags.

The Middletown School District, in partnership with MAP Information Technology Corp., has launched a pilot program to implant RFID chips into the schoolbags of 80 children at the Aquidneck School. Each chip would be programmed with a student identification number, and would be read by an external device installed in one of two school buses. The buses would also be fitted with global positioning system (GPS) devices.

Parents or school officials could log onto a school web site to see whether and when specific children had entered or exited which bus, and to look up the bus's current location as provided by the GPS device.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has criticized the plan as an invasion of children's privacy and a potential risk to their safety.

"There's absolutely no need to be tagging children," said Stephen Brown, executive director of the ACLU's Rhode Island chapter. According to Brown, the school district should already know where itsstudentsare.

"[This program is] a solution in search of a problem," Brown said.

The school district says that its current plan is no different than other programs already in place forparentsto monitor their children's school experience. For example, parents can already check on their children's attendance records and what they have for lunch, said district Superintendent Rosemary Kraeger.

Brown disputed this argument. The school is perfectly entitled to track its buses, he said, but "it's a quantitative leap to monitor children themselves." He raised the question of whether unauthorized individuals could use easily available RFID readers to find out students' private information and monitor their movements.

Because the pilot program is being provided to the school district at no cost, it did not require approval from the Rhode Island ethics commission.

Keith Olbermann calls out Corporate Media on Wall St Protest Balck #OccupyWallSt #Unity #Anonymous

After Olbermann and Bunch provided some background on Occupy Wall Street, Olbermann hit on the hypocrisy behind the mainstream media’s lack of coverage of the story, “Why isn’t any major news outlet covering this? 

Do we have the crowd shots by any chance? Where you can see the dimensions? That one, that’s the one. If that’s a tea party protest in front of Wall Street about Ben Bernacke putting stimulus funds into it, it’s the lead story on every network newscast. How is that disconnect possible in this country today with so many different outlets and so many different ways of transmitting news?”
Bunch answered,
It is a real disconnect, and The New York Times I mean this is the hometown newspaper of Wall Street, and there has been no print articles in The New York Times to date with these people camping out down there for four or five days now. It’s crazy. I think three things are going on. I think one. I think the word disconnect that you used is a really good word, because I think a lot of people in newsrooms are still are not in touch with the real pain and the real suffering of 25 million Americans who are unemployed and underemployed and the struggle to make ends meet there, so there’s that.
I think there’s something else and the media critic Jay Rosen from NYU writes about this all the time which is, what he calls savvy, which is that it’s just kind of uncool for journalists to take these people who want to change the world seriously. You know, I’ve seen a lot of coverage like in the New York Observer’s coverage is to basically make fun of these people. Oh these are the guys with the masks we saw a couple of years ago weren’t they, and kind of put it down, and try to get at the bottom of what’s going on here. As far as the tea party, you know Keith, you and I both know newsrooms overreact at conservative harping. They’ve been doing it since Spiro Agnew.
Olbermann and Bunch concluded that there was the tea party got more coverage because their protesters looked more like the fifty somethings that are making decisions in newsrooms, and there was a man bites dog novelty factor to the fact that conservatives were out protesting, while these same organizations write off liberal protests.

The hypocrisy related to the lack of media coverage for this protest is obvious and undeniable. If twenty tea partiers stood in the very same spot and had announced that they were occupying Wall Street, it would have been all over the news. I think there is a great deal of truth in the idea that any protest that is deemed liberal gets classified by the media as non-news. Why this occurs is up for debate, but the message from the corporate run media is clear. It doesn’t matter how many people come out to protest in favor of collective bargaining or against the corruption on Wall St, the mainstream corporate media is not going to cover them.

The media refuses to acknowledge that they exist. In the case of Occupy Wall Street, I think the answer is something that Olbermann and Bunch didn’t mention. Each of the American media giants is owned by a corporation that is traded on Wall Street. Why would any of these outlets want to report on a story that could hurt the price of their stock if the protests got mainstream attention and picked up steam?

The corporate mainstream media is committed to blackout, and it is going to take the work of independent journalists like Olbermann, reporters, and websites to keep the public informed. Tonight we saw the difference between Countdown on Current and Countdown on MSNBC. I suspect that many of Keith’s viewers were already aware of Occupy Wall Street, but Olbermann deserves a tip of the hat for using some of his airtime to both raise awareness of the protest, and shed some light on the right wing hypocrites and suck ups in the supposedly liberal mainstream media.
Tonight Countdown on Current TV lived up to its independent media promise, and shed a bit of light on a protest that everyone should already know about.

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Revolutionary Steez Mix by OvadoSepeace #OccupyWallSt #Revolution #WakeUp #Annon

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revolutionary mix-bootleg type thing i just did will post in a few minutes revolutionary steeze based on an older beat i did..:P-it will be free to download 26 minutes long contains simon says-pharoah monch-hostile gospel talib qweil a whole lotta beats by me enhanced malcolm x-black panther aprty speechs etc :Pfuture shock by curtixs mayfield too deconstrcted

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Palestinian Liberation anthem Krazed Ft. Melissa - Dear Heroes [ Mavi Marmara ]

The song Dear Heroes is a personal reflection of Krazed MC's emotions engraved in the heart of the writer and given as a precious piece of memory shared with his listeners. Whilst Captured in a dark and lonely Israeli prison cell after the ship was hijacked at dawn of 31st May 2010 in international waters. Krazed's mixed emotions influenced the very decision to write this tribute single. The Brutal attack left 9 Turkish activists dead and many more severely injured Including Krazed who was hit by an Israeli commando on his knee with a Taser bat causing a Long-term infected artery. Krazed MC aims through this song to tribute and express his feelings, in an attempt to bring people into the mind-set of a witness. Listen to Dear Heroes and experience the courageous
journey yourself.

Activists who were cold-bloodedly massacred and prior to the attack were proclaimed as terrorists, but not one word can truly describe the morality and sincerity of their actions. It is easy to donate money or give time in the hope of easing your conscience. Although risking and giving your comfortable life, with only God as your witness, whilst facing the elite and highly trained IDF commandos deserves much more than a tribute. However this is our humble attempt to show our appreciation towards the Mavi Marmara Casualties.

Furthermore They Censored Us attempts to combat the monopolized media propaganda of the IDF (Israeli Defence Forces). We further aim to reply to the atrocious and disrespectful song 'We Con The World' by Pro-Zionist supporters. 'We con the world' was an attempt to mock and humiliate the courageous actions of the humanitarian heroes, who risked and gave their life in the pursuit of justice and snapping free the naval illegitimate blockade on Gaza.

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Gamers on verge of curing AIDS ?

Online gamers have achieved a feat beyond the realm of Second Life or Dungeons and Dragons: they have deciphered the structure of an enzyme of an AIDS-like virus that had thwarted scientists for a decade.
The exploit is published on Sunday in the journal Nature Structural & Molecular Biology, where -- exceptionally in scientific publishing -- both gamers and researchers are honoured as co-authors.
Their target was a monomeric protease enzyme, a cutting agent in the complex molecular tailoring of retroviruses, a family that includes HIV.
Figuring out the structure of proteins is vital for understanding the causes of many diseases and developing drugs to block them.
But a microscope gives only a flat image of what to the outsider looks like a plate of one-dimensional scrunched-up spaghetti. Pharmacologists, though, need a 3-D picture that "unfolds" the molecule and rotates it in order to reveal potential targets for drugs.
This is where Foldit comes in.
Developed in 2008 by the University of Washington, it is a fun-for-purpose video game in which gamers, divided into competing groups, compete to unfold chains of amino acids -- the building blocks of proteins -- using a set of online tools.
To the astonishment of the scientists, the gamers produced an accurate model of the enzyme in just three weeks.
Cracking the enzyme "provides new insights for the design of antiretroviral drugs," says the study, referring to the lifeline medication against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).rovides new insights for the design of antiretroviral drugs," says the study, referring to the lifeline medication against the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

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Sammy Gallows - Blessed Are The Sick (Album Trailer) 25th Sept!

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