AMAZON’S IMPENDING TAKEOVER: The One-Stop Shop for Smart Cities with Digital Currency Control

This sounds like a dystopian science fiction movie, but unfortunately, it’s already in the works, they are just putting the final touches on their master plan. A “smart city?” The only shop for products, food, and healthcare while tracking us? A biometrics palm scanner? All autonomous vehicles and public transit? No more cash or credit cards – all digital currency? The ability to freeze our accounts or prevent us from purchasing certain items? Does this sound crazy? It should! Let’s take a look at the rollout and possible ways to navigate and combat some of this.

Amazon’s been quite busy

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Will Autonomous Cars Drive Us To Further Enslavement?

By James Fitzgerald

It is easy to spot control freaks these days: they shout at you in stores if you aren’t masked up; they pump out fear through newspapers; and they twist your arm to take experimental jabs. But the wheeling and dealing doesn’t stop there; now they want to sneakily get under your hood.

The great American highways — and the sedans and muscle cars that populate them — have since the post-war boom formed the circuitry that has energized and connected the nation. The freedom and convenience of the automobile has been the single most important technological and

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Bribing, Incentivizing, and Threatening Termination Over Covid Vaccines: Is It Legal?

The question of the day: is it legal for companies and universities to be bribing, incentivizing, and downright threatening termination if someone doesn’t get the Covid-19 vaccine? Pushing the envelope doesn’t even begin to portray how these bought and paid for agencies are undermining our constitutional rights, skirting the law, and passing the buck to big corp.

First, the Covid vaccines weren’t going to be mandatory. In fact, they are not even approved or licensed by the FDA, and are technically “investigational” with an emergency use authorization (EUA). Not only are they forcing these experimental vaccines on students, employees, and

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Citizens Told Entry Into Society Requires A Pass

By James Fitzgerald

These are testing times — and not just because of the hysteria and hypocrisy over the “pandemic”. Our familiarity with dystopian literature is also being brought to the fore, as the draconis horribilis scenario races ahead. Those of us who have read Nineteen Eighty-Four, Animal Farm, Logan’s Run, A Handmaid’s Tale, The Matrix, Fahrenheit 451, Brave New World, Gattaca or Soylent Green will perceive the tell-tale indicators of the despotic mind at work — illogical, murderous and self-congratulatory. We were plied with these narratives at school and now the authority

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Proper Etiquette for Agent Provocateurs

By James Fitzgerald

Free speech comes at a cost, because words are power and create ripples throughout the world. The wise, after realizing the impact of their words, begin to cultivate discretion and discernment. Not much of a problem, you might say, but how much practice have we all put into developing the latter attributes when compared with the easy consumption of huge swathes of random images and information generated by corporate media and other people?

The AI thought police on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are so heavy handed now that these platforms no longer offer even the semblance of

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EXCLUSIVE: Delta Airlines and TSA Target & Intimidate a Passenger Without Cause

On March 7, 2021 a Delta Airlines flight attendant targeted a first-class passenger for not wearing a mask – only, she was wearing a mask and following “the rules.” She took it so far as to report her to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), who followed up with a threatening notice, citing incorrect and exponentially high fines to potentially intimidate this passenger, while informing her that this is going on her “compliance history record.” Delta Airlines took it so far as to put her on a no-fly list with them. See both letters below.

What began as a day of

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Jab Wannabes Get The Bum’s Rush

By James Fitzgerald

The linkage might seem tenuous and crude, but social theorists working for the military allegedly gained valuable insights on Covid “vaccine” adoption among segments of the population based on hoarding behavior displayed during the media-generated run on toilet paper last year. The conclusion was that the people who erratically and selfishly emptied the shelves of paper were also likely to seize the opportunity for a free jab, without thinking through the consequences or investigating even the ingredients.

Similar social experiments have been conducted on American citizens since the advent of radio and television. In 1938, a radio

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The Housing Bubble

By The Sharp Edge

It turns out that moving from the city to a home in the country is harder than I thought. For the past several months, I’ve been on a home shopping journey, but the problem is there aren’t many homes for sale. I wondered if this was a trend across the country – and of course it is. Housing inventory has hit record lows in several areas while demand is soaring, driving prices to astronomical heights. In this video, we go over some of the alarming trends and ask – Are we in a housing bubble? If

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The Da Vinci Code: Reap What You Sow

By James Fitzgerald

“There are three classes of people: those who see; those who see when they are shown; and those who do not see.” — Leonardo da Vinci.

I had a large framed print of Da Vinci’s Renaissance masterpiece Mona Lisa hanging in my lounge for several years. It was a gift from my mother, who thought it amusing that my family line on my father’s side goes back to the Gherardini family of Florence, of which Lisa was a member. It has been proposed in some academic circles that her enigmatic smile was the first representation of a

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Defense vs Offense: Which Are You?

Most people are defense drivers. They are going about their day just trying to get from point A to point B. They are thinking about what they need to get done, who they need to call, or singing along to the song jamming on the radio. They are following with the flow of traffic, sometimes irritated by its pace or on edge, while anticipating a blindside they may have to react to. Even with being in defense mode, some don’t have the quickest reflexes when they have to slam on the brakes or veer out of the way.

Then there

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