Thursday, December 18, 2014

Sydney Siege Aftermath: Australian Government Seeks More Anti Terrorism Laws

Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
December 17, 2014

Right on schedule, following a high profile terrorist attack, the government of Australia is now “investigating new security laws” and other methods that can be used to gut the civil liberties, privacy, and general way of life of Australian citizens. Only a day after the Sydney Siege, Australian “lawmakers,” intelligence agencies, legal branches, and other government officials sprung into action in order to discuss the possibility of passing yet another law allowing the collection and housing of telecommunication and Internet data of Australian citizens.

On December 16, the Australian Parliament was hearing testimony by Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin who “warned of ‘grave implications’ for terrorism investigations if telecommunications companies are not forced to keep phone and internet data.”

"I could not understate enough that it would have grave implications for law enforcement's ability in this country to investigate, deter and disrupt potential terrorist acts," Colvin said. He also claimed that, as new Telecom Companies entered the market, there was less data being collected and what data was being collected is being held for shorter periods.

The inquiry comes as part of the Joint Intelligence and Security Committee’s “debate” over a third round of oppressive laws regarding phone and computer data collection and retention.

Of course, since the inquiries conveniently have come on the heels of the Sydney Siege, lawmakers are now asking whether or not these measures could serve to prevent “lone wolf” attacks as well as coordinated acts of terrorism. A separate inquiry is being requested to determine if these laws could prevent events like the Sydney Siege which appears to be something vastly different from a lone wolf attack and instead more like a state-sponsored event.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - December 15, 2014

Truth on the Tracks with Brandon Turbeville - December 15, 2014

Brandon discusses the anti-GMO movement, anarchy and anarchism in protest movements, the police state, race-baiting and division, "white privilege," and Syria.



5 Reasons to Question the Official Story of the 'Sydney Siege'

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
December 15, 2014

In the aftermath of yet another highly publicized terror attack (or at least the potential for a high profile attack) in Australia by foreign-born jihadists, the Western public is once again experiencing a variety of emotional reactions that they have carefully been trained to experience whenever such events take place at home or abroad.

The xenophobic pro-war right is predictably using the attack as an example of how all Muslims are terrorists and how their total annihilation and implementation of police state tactics are the only solution. The pathetic left-wing is attempting to portray the gunman as a “lone nut” with no political motives as a justification for more “anti-terror” laws. The vast majority in the middle, however, believe the official mainstream version of events, quake in their boots, and move on to the next form of entertainment provided to them by the culture creators without a second thought.

Yet, as is almost always the case, there is much more to the story than is being reported by mainstream outlets. There exists a number of unanswered questions and unexplained inconsistencies with the story of “Man Haron Monis” and his hostage taking escapade in Sydney.

1.) Man Haron Monis (aka Manteghi Boroujerdi) is Shiia, not Sunni.

While the mainstream reports may suggest that Monis is yet another ISIS-style terrorist that finally attempted to rise and meet his destiny by engaging in terrorist attacks in the West, there are a number of problems with the presentation in terms of details.

Brandon Turbeville on Truth Traveler with Brad and Erin Dakins - December 12, 2014

Brandon Turbeville on Truth Traveler with Brad and Erin Dakins - December 12, 2014

The three discuss Syria, police brutality, SHTF, and race-baiting.

Brandon's appearance is for both hours.


Hour 1

Hour 2

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Protests Across America: Will Obama Step Down?

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Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
December 10, 2014

After the eruption of large-scale protests which subsequently devolved into chaotic riots in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri in response to the killing of Michael Brown by Ferguson police, protests began to spread outside of Ferguson to large cities all across the country. Fresh on the heels of the Michael Brown protests, reports of the Eric Garner murder by the NYPD and the non-indictment of the murderer, large-scale protests erupted in New York City and, like the Brown-inspired protests, all across the country as well.

In short, anger, protests, riots and other forms of violence have engulfed cities all across the United States. Years of authoritarianism, a stagnant economy, and police brutality among many other issues are coming to a head, regardless of what one thinks about the methods or even the merits of some of the protesters/rioters.

Flashback to 2011, shortly after death squad operations funded by NATO, the GCC and Israel began in earnest inside Syria. According to Western media, these operatives who were killing Syrians indiscriminately in the streets, implementing Sharia law, and beheading civilians were peaceful protesters. Such widespread chaos in the streets of Syrian cities was used as ajustification by Western leaders such as Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Nicolas Sarkozy, and British Prime Minister David Cameron to call for Assad to step down.

According to these leaders, “peaceful protests” across Syria were enough to warrant calls for Assad to step down as President of the country. Such civil unrest was reason enough to demand that Assad “face the reality of the complete rejection of his regime by the Syrian people.”

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

WI Police Chief Thinks Guns as Dangerous as Ebola, Wants Voluntary Home Searches as a Vaccine

WI Police Chief, Norm Jacobs
Brandon Turbeville
Activist Post
December 8, 2014

Just when you think the attempts to disarm American citizens couldn’t get any more oppressive or, quite frankly, stupid, the system comes along and tops itself.

In America, the confusion and befuddlement of the general public as a result of incessant propaganda and insidious “entertainment” has taken so much hold that, not only has there been an onslaught of gun laws and “non-profits” demanding them, but there are also backdoor attempts by law enforcement and government agencies to take those guns from the hands of the American people while they are quite warm and alive. Most of these attempts are met with very little resistance.

For instance, only a matter of weeks ago, I wrote an article regarding an attempt by Buffalo policeto confiscate guns of deceased “permit holders” during their time of grief.

Now, however, a new contender for the silliest attempt at disarming Americans comes from the Beliot Police Department in Beliot, Wisconsin.

This is because the Beliot Police Department is encouraging citizens to call in and allow officers to search their homes for guns that “might be there unbeknownst to the owners.”

While one may be tempted to laugh at the BPD’s attempt to portray guns as having the mental acumen of brown recluse spiders – entering the home, hiding away, and waiting for the time to strike – Police Chief Norm Jacobs’ attempt to portray guns as being as dangerous as Ebola is just as funny. That is, funny if it were not actually serious.

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