Friday, July 1, 2016

U.S. government caught red handed in September 11 'terror' attacks by official photographer?

When it comes to blowing the whistle on criminal actions of people in government, those people are protected by literally an army.

Instead of investigating any alleged criminals actions and later prosecuting those 'criminals', the 'police' are out to 'get' (charge/imprison/murder) the person who exposed the purported criminal activities.


When the 'government' wants you for exposing their criminal activities, they don't want to 'just talk to you', they want to crucify you.

Many people have stated on public record that 'September 11' was an inside job, meaning it was orchestrated by the United States government.

Official reports state that  WTC building 7 collapsed as a result of WTC 1 & 2 being hit by an airplane.

In an initial interview with Larry Silverstein, he states that they had to "pull it", meaning demolish the building.

See video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p34XrI2Fm6I

Killing people on your behalf is not difficult for a government to do...

See article from 1 Jul 2016 from new.com.au of the headline:

What an official September 11 photographer filmed and why he says it cost him his freedom


HOURS after planes flew into the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, Kurt Sonnenfeld was given unrestricted access to ground zero.
Sonnenfeld was working for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, an organisation tied to the US Department of Homeland Security and charged with co-ordinating first response to disasters.

Armed with camera gear, the 39-year-old was asked to film everything he saw. His documented evidence was supposed to form part of a report about what happened, but he never handed back the footage.

His life began to unravel spectacularly in the following months and years, culminating in the death of his wife.

She was found dead on a couch in the Denver home the pair shared with a bullet wound to the back of the head.

Fifteen years later, the now-54-year-old is on the run in Argentina. The US government wants him back in the country. Officially, they say he’s wanted over the murder of his wife, but he believes it’s something far more sinister.

He says they want to silence him over what he saw beneath World Trade Center 6, evidence he is convinced paints the Bush Administration as big players in the deadliest attack on American soil.

Kurt Sonnenfeld, right, holds a camera at ground zero in September 2001. Picture: Michael Rieger/APSource:AP

‘I CAN’T BELIEVE SHE SHOT HERSELF’

As police descended on Sonnenfeld’s doorstep, they heard him utter the words “I can’t believe she shot herself”.

When they gained access to the couple’s home on New Year’s Eve in 2002, it was obvious that Sonnenfeld had been drinking.

He had blood on his hands and alcohol on his breath, police told GQ. They said in an upstairs room they found Nancy in red underwear, still breathing, but barely.

They rushed her to hospital with part of the bullet still protruding from the back of her skull. She died, aged 36, the following morning.

A cryptic note was discovered in the couple’s bedroom. It appeared to be a suicide note. On it, Nancy had written: “What indeed is finally beautiful except death and love. Kurt, please get help.” The word love had been crossed out.

Nancy’s fingerprints were on the gun but Sonnenfeld was taken in for questioning. He was charged with murder and was due to appear in court in June 2002, but the charges were dropped.

He fled because of a feeling it wouldn’t be the last time police came asking questions. His instincts were spot on. In 2003, a year and a half after his charges were dropped, a judge signed a new warrant for his arrest. When police went looking, they realised he was gone.

Sonnenfeld met and married a woman in Argentina shortly after arriving. The pair have two girls.
The US Government has tried to extradite the former FEMA staffer unsuccessfully. Part of the reason for that is Argentina’s strict opposition to the death penalty. Sonnenfeld could face execution in the state of Colorado if found guilty of Nancy’s murder.

The south tower of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Picture: Gulnara Samoilova/APSource:Supplied

WHAT DID SONNENFELD SEE?

Sporting bleached blond hair, Sonnenfeld wove his way through the rubble of Manhattan’s downtown financial district.

He shot hours of footage but never handed it in. Of particular interest was what he found beneath World Trade Center 6. He says inside the building he came across a vault that had been cleared of its contents before the planes struck.

In a documentary filmed in Argentina, Sonnenfeld said the discovery is proof that America knew the attacks were coming, at the very least.

“One thing I’m certain of is that agencies of intelligence of the United States of America knew what was going to happen and at least let it happen,” he said.

“Not only did they know it was going to happen, but they in fact collaborated.”

The theory is popular among truthers. It is given weight by a similar discovery on a basement door below World Trade Center 4.

According to a New York Times article, the door to a vault was still in tact but it appeared as if somebody had tried to gain entry. Behind the vault door were nearly a thousand tonnes of silver and gold.

Sonnenfeld is a conspiracy theorist and not only because of what he saw. He says he has the most trouble understanding how World Trade Center 7 collapsed despite suffering no damage.

“To me, the most suspicious thing of all is what happened to building seven at the World Trade Center,” he said.

“This building was not hit by a plane. It didn’t have any structural damage ... but, amazingly enough, building seven fell in a perfect textbook type implosion, taking only 6.5 seconds for a 47-storey building to fall completely into its own footprint.

“This to me indicates there was absolutely no resistance between the floors when the building collapsed.”
The Sonnenfeld home where Nancy Sonnenfeld’s body was found. Picture: Denver District 
Attorney's OfficeSource:Supplied

‘HE ADMITTED TO KILLING HIS WIFE’

Robert Dreyer and Damian Whitehead shared a jail cell with Kurt Sonnenfeld in the days after Nancy’s death.

They said the Denver man initially denied charges against him but later admitted to killing his wife.
In his only interview with US media since moving to Argentina, Sonnenfeld told GQ he could not be certain if he ever met the pair in jail.

“Could’ve met ‘em. I certainly didn’t make any friends,” he said.

Their testimony doesn’t help Sonnenfeld’s case. Other evidence collected at the scene also works against him.

Police say when they attended to a 911 call, they found Sonnenfeld with blood on his hands and blood spatter on his face. His defence team argued an official line that he embraced his wife after hearing the gun go off and she “coughed and sneezed” in his face.

The problem with that is Sonnenfeld told GQ it didn’t happen that way. He said he put his hands on his face moments after tending to his wife and the “spatter” was simply dried blood.

The questions will continue to come but, as long as he is in Argentina, he will never have to answer them officially.

In the documentary, he says he is ready for the harassment to stop.

“At least four times has my case been looked at by a judge and been decided in my favour yet the US government continues and continues,” Sonnenfeld said.

“What we want now is for the US government to cease what they’re doing. My wife and I now have two beautiful daughters born here in Argentina. I now consider myself Argentinian.

“Of course I miss my (family) very much. I miss the mountains of Colorado. But to me, if I had a chance to go back to the United States, I don’t believe I would.

“I prefer it here."

How to sue Microsoft for false advertising - Here Drive+ (Maps for life) app switched off?


Microsoft are in the business of taking control of your computer, where now you have little or no say what goes on with your data, programs and even when or how they are downloaded.

This breaches so many laws that it's not funny, where in Europe Microsoft know all too well the harsh reality of the courtroom verdicts.

We advise Microsoft customers who have had damages or harm as a result of the software, to seek legal advice in a class action law suit.

So here's the deal.

You purchase a piece of hardware, which comes preloaded with a Microsoft operating system, where there is no other choice or option to choose another company's operating system, as opposed to the PC market.

In some instances the phone manufacturer (deliberately) limits the features of the phone, e.g. no extra memory slot, or removable battery, in order for the user to dispose of the item, to purchase the company's new line of phones in a year or two, but that is another matter altogether.

Your purchase of the particular (smart phone) hardware may be based on the fact that there is a specific  application (or program) that you require to use for either personal or commercial purposes.

This program may be called Here Drive +, where the advertising slogan is Maps for Life.



Now a company can be sued for false advertising if the product they are advertising is misrepresented in the way the ad / product is worded according to the comprehension of the 'average Joe' you know in commoner's or lay man's language.

So, according to one commoner's comprehension of the phrase "Maps for life", is that you have maps on your phone for 'life' in this case meaning forever, for the life of your hardware, until it 'dies'.

So Microsoft decided to disable the program on the user's smart phone WITHOUT the customer's consultation/approval/choice.

There is a difference if 

  • the app was not supported, with future updates, or
  •  downloading a new app that states that it will no longer function on Windows 10 phone (in that case you could have the option of not downloading that app)
which is totally different from disabling the app altogether without any warning.

So,

how would you feel if you had a perfectly fine functioning version Windows  XP with Office v11 (2003), and with you computer being connected to the internet, you program Excel v11 (2003) was switched off my Microsoft?

We would feel great because we would sue Microsoft for various breaches.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Microsoft forces you to download its Windows 10 operating system

What can only be described under Australian law as deceptive conduct (which then gives the user the right to sue) on Microsoft's part is the way it forces users to upgrade their current operating system without a choice.

How can you really trust a company that forces you to do something?

We recommend users that have been effected by the Windows 10 upgrade to register a class action lawsuit against Microsoft in Australia.

It's not that difficult to do.

Here's what one user had to say about the matter:


For those who are still using Windows7 or Windows8 - it seems Microsoft are still trying to force Windows10 onto people, whether you want it or not.

If you have Windows Automatic updates on, it seems it will download it whether you want it or not. Originally if you installed Windows update KB3035583 then Windows10 would download (about 3Gig). If Windows10 downloads it creates a GWX folder on the C drive.  This update was then made to be an optional update but has since then been getting resent as an Important update. Also it seems if you haven’t installed windows 10 there is now another update KB3123862 which is apparently a clone of KB3035583 ( I haven't tried it I get that from searching about the updates). If you don't want Windows 10 it seems other updates to avoid are KB2952664 (Windows7) and KB2976978 (Windows8).

If you don't want windows 10 to download (and use lots of data) there are programs that can be downloaded to prevent it.

They are GWX Control Panel   or   Never10.

Other suggestions are that automatics updates can be turned off and be selective about updates and only install security updates

I give no opinion as to whether Windows 10 is good or bad, (or if the upgrade is good or bad) I haven't tried it and have seen reports both ways, I keep Windows 7 as I like it and I have developed programs on it.

Some of this could in some cases explain a lot of data being used.

I believe Windows 10 is supposed to be the last Windows version and there are UNSUBSTANTIATED rumours that, after most people are on Windows10, that  Microsoft will charge subscriptions and so it could result in a yearly fee for using Windows.

I provide this for information only and make no suggestion as to whether Windows10 should be downloaded or used that is up to the user to research and decide.


Source supplied.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Mobile phone companies oppose mandatory GPS in phones ruling

So, governments are now making laws to insert technologies that track and monitor the masses mandatory in new telephones.

It's not enough that the user can be tracked with current GSM technology via something called tower triangulation, where the user's phone can be located within a 10m accuracy with the use of  3 telecommunication towers.

The authorities need to keep a tighter noose on their slaves to know whether one's hiding place would be under the bed  or the en-suite.

Maybe the excuse is that it's extremely handy in terrorist situations?

Coming from a 'lawless' country where rape seems to be condoned by the authorities, as evident by lenient sentences from the judicature.

From the economictimes.indiatimes.com article of 27 April 2016 of the headline:

Mobile phone companies oppose GPS ruling, say it will push up the prices for basic phones

NEW DELHI: Handset makers have opposed the government's move mandating global positioning system (GPS) on feature phones, arguing it would hit users at the lowest level as the cost of basic phones would go up by Rs 400 — a massive increase in a market where the cheapest device is available for Rs 500.  

The additional cost would wipe out the entry-level feature phone segment and potentially take away basic connectivity from millions of consumers, handset makers said, a day after the government issued a directive mandating all mobile phones to have an inbuilt GPS to identify the handset user's location from January 2018.

"Implementation of GPS in new mobile handset will not be in the interest of consumers at the bottom of the pyramid," said Indian Cellular Association (ICA) president Pankaj Mohindroo in a letter to telecom secretary JS Deepak, a copy of which was seen by ET.

"We suggest this particular aspect may be relooked at," he said, suggesting telecom-operator based security architecture, called A-GPS or Alternative GPS, as another way for security agencies to track consumers in need.

While the GPS component would cost up to Rs 66.7 ($1), the required software and technical enhancement would raise the overall increase in cost of at least Rs 266 to Rs 400 ($4-6), the association that represents handset makers said, making the case for reconsideration.

It argued that at a time when India is poised to be the global manufacturing hub for feature phones, more so for entry-level segment, the cost increase "will knockout the entry level feature phone segment". Despite the eventual drop in volume as consumers would migrate to smartphones, feature phone volume will continue to sustain at 100 million units even after 2019, the association added.

The Department of Telecom (DoT) on Monday necessitated all new phones to have GPS from January 2018 and all new feature phones and smartphones sold in the country from January 2017, to also have a panic button feature that will allow women in distress to seek help.

While numeric keys 5 and 9 were identified as push buttons for an emergency in feature phone handsets, in smartphones, handset manufacturers will have to provide an 'emergency' button or a facility to send an alert by short-pressing the power on/off button thrice in quick succession.

Having worked on it for the last two years, Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi on Tuesday said the in-built system of panic button on mobiles for women's safety is a "game changer", as women across the country, including rural areas now have access to phones.

Executives at leading handset makers said that implementing of the panic button would require changes on a software, which can be easily done, and some have already started the process.

"We are already working on incorporating the panic button in our phones and should be able to meet the timelines prescribed by the ministry," said Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, head-mobile business, Intex Technologies.
Handset makers, including Samsung, Micromax, Lava, Intex, Microsoft and LG, have been part of the ongoing discussions with DoT and Department of Electronics & IT (DeitY) throughout 2014-2015 for creating an SOS, or panic button on mobile phones.

The long timeline of 2017 will also give ample time for the industry to implement the panic button facility. "We would be compliant to all government regulations," said Manu Jain, India head of Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi.

Calls emanating from the button may go to number '112', the emergency number that is inbuilt in GSM phones which allows a user to make calls even if the phone is locked, out of balance or out of coverage area of a subscribed network.

However, a back-end infrastructure may be created to ensure that emergency calls are connected to call centres and in turn to security agencies.

112 is also the country's national emergency number which was given a go-ahead by the Telecom Commission last month.

Penalised for no health insurance in a penal colony



The current government threat (read advertisement)  through the medium called television is that if you, the private individual, do not contract with a corporation that sells health insurance, which you may not even want or need, by the end of the financial year (30th June), you may be penalised by the Australian Tax Office, with a penalty called 'extra tax'.



The word 'may' in practice translates to will. 

Many people have been taxed, unlawfully over $700 for not contracting with a company that sells health insurance.

So much for the illusion of  'free choice.

Well technically you do have a choice, but if you say no to what we (the corporation conglomerate commonly referred to as a single entity called the 'government) tell you to do, we will punish you financially, for you decision.

You are given the illusion that you have choice, where in reality this government is a corporatocracy, a fascist state, as defined by Mussolini. 

This is the state of law on a continent that still is a penal colony of the British empire.

Health 'insurance', another scam the authorities are staying well clear of.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Police and court staff who altered recordings to be charged



Never rely on police or court recordings.

That information is not for you to incriminate them, it's for their use to incriminate you.

When one walks into a Australia's corporatised police station or the place of business/ trading/commerce called a court, one might notice a plethora of cameras.

From the moment one is inside a court room, audio is recorded, and if video is visibly present or even hidden you can be assured it's recording.

Many court cases that are uneventful or do not incriminate the judiciary are supplied to the 'customer' without modification.

Court cases that blatantly incriminate the judicial registrar, magistrate or judge or others are the ones you have to pay particular attention to.

We've been informed of many such cases in the Melbourne courts where people have their court supplied recording being altered.

In extreme circumstances the customer was told that the recording equipment was not switched on or was faulty on that day.

The police personnel from the police station only next door to a court told one person that the video footage was erased 'accidentally'. A video that incriminated police.

ANY first year computer science student or maybe 11 year old whiz kid could retrieve such information.

This practice has been rampant in the courts but as always not reported by the corporate media.

This has gotten to a level where some people have had enough and have taken steps to charge the people involved.

We have obtained information in confidence in relation to who did what, and naturally we cannot name the perpetrators, as disclosing this information or a public forum could jeopardise any criminal proceedings.

Make no mistake about it - police lie under oath, produce false statements, false affidavits in court every single day.

Are you one of their victims?

We urge the use of an impartial 'note taker' when interacting with police and in court.