Former CIA Director Blames Millennials For Wikileaks Vault 7 Leak

Published on 12 Mar 2017

Recently, Michael Hayden, the former director of the CIA claimed in an interview with the BBC that millennials are for the most part at fault for the Wikileaks Vault 7 leak of classified documentation which has exposed the CIA for assassinations, false flags, conspiring against the American people, propaganda campaigns and mass surveillance through smart phones, computers and Samsung Smart TVs.


While I’m usually the first to rag on millennials, being born into that generation myself, one thing millennials definitely have right regardless of how they put that information to work is that they are skeptical of being spied on. I may be better to be adamantly against it rather than simply skeptical, but skepticism is definitely a start.

Now, Michael Hayden isn’t completely incorrect as a 2013 Pew Poll found,
“…that millennials were more skeptical of government surveillance than any other age group — with 45 percent of millennials saying it was more important for the federal government to ‘not intrude on personal privacy, even if that limits its ability to investigate possible terror threats’ than ‘to investigate possible terrorist threats, even if that intrudes on personal privacy.’”
Ben Franklin once said,
“Those willing to give up a little liberty for a little temporary security will get and deserve neither.”

So Hayden is basically claiming that his generation is subservient and bows down to rulers and millennials are not doing the same. Well he has information I do not being the former director of the CIA but if this is true, then perhaps I should stop being so hard on my generation. Maybe there is something there other than safe spaces and gender fluidity after all.
Isn’t it interesting that the CIA’s reaction to these leaks borders on “Who leaked what?” rather than “We screwed up big time!”

These leaks have just begun. According to Wikileaks, once 1% of the classified CIA documents have been released. We can only imagine the power of this potential holy grail of leaks. If people are loud enough and express their disgust in this system, this could bring down the CIA and massively help in bringing down the deep state! This is history in the making!

Of course this all surrounds issues we’ve been talking about for so many years and in return called a “crazy conspiracy theorist” for. All the same, we’ve been vindicated and now we must work on what to do next.

So to the millennials, for the first time ever, I will say it…Well done!

Stay tuned for more from WAM!

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From Soviet Russian Agent To Anarchist – How Sonny Puzikas Broke Free (FULL Interview)

Published on 11 Mar 2017

Josh Sigurdson sits down with former Soviet Russian agent Sonny Puzikas who today proudly stands for voluntaryism and the non-aggression principle. Sonny breaks down his political evolution from working for the government in the Soviet Union to teaching violence/self defense to people free of the state today as an anarchist.
As Sonny puts it, Soviet Russians are the freest people who’ve never been free. So many Russians who’d lived under Stalin are freedom fighters today.
Interestingly, Sonny also has a lot to say about Putin and the popular notion by so many in the west that Russia is using aggression against the rest of the world as the west surrounds its borders and points their weapons at them.
Sonny Puzikas self describes as pragmatic as he sees several issues with a sudden ideological switch to full anarchy as people would not accept it. He endorses the idea of breaking things down from top to bottom, eventually reaching a voluntaryist society which he deems a more realistic approach.

How To Become Independent Truth Media with Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change

Published on 5 Mar 2017

Josh Sigurdson talks with Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change about the steps one can take to become the media and of course to be the change they wish to see in the world as globalists control the narrative spewed by the mainstream media.
Luke explains what motivated him to start making videos, the importance of patience and being yourself, working through the hard times and using negative energy to motivate you to be a better person.
Luke also goes back to his beginnings including his first posts, his mistakes and what he’s learned from them. He talks about confrontations and how individuals should confront the top globalist elites not with hate but with pity.

Performance opportunities for Fresh BC Talent – SEASON 5 performers. General info for CC / BCC

Fresh Up date:
SEASON 5 is going to be an exceptional year for our Fresh BC Talent performers as our show coincides with Canada’s 150th and Peachfest 70 anniversary celebrations. A special invitation from Multisports World Championship Festival and May Day ‘Gyro Park” event for Fresh BC Talent performers is exciting as well summer events being finalized.
Proud to say “We are not just a talent show” because Fresh BC Talent supports performers during the year with performance opportunities: (eg) Peachfest, OSNS-Shaw Telethon, local fund raisers, summer markets, and other.
Fresh BC Talent Quest – performers fees [$35] can be mailed or send by e-transfer [online] banking to CONFIRM your performer for SEASON 5. Registrations and fees required by April 1 to support the following.
Fees cover:
Music Workshop – SANDMAN Hotel Saturday, April 8. Group A (9 AM – Noon) – Group B & C [12:30 – 4:30 PM]
PRELIMINARY Round at The Elite Restaurant – 370 Main St. [Saturday show dates]
April 22 – Group A (9 – 11 yrs), April 29 – Group B (12 – 14 yrs) and May 6 – Group C (15 – 18 yrs)
Preliminary Round performers required two (2) “back to back” songs, or dance, or other, etc.
Performers may repeat their (2) Preliminary performances for Finals. New Judges for finals showcase.
More details at workshop. Judges scoring format review, etc. Website:
FINALS at Orchard House – Saturday, May 13. Martin St. / Orchard Ave. Performers presentations of Cash prizes to top (3) performers in each age group. Performers all receive a SEASON 5 event t-shirt (other) and gift bag. Cake and celebrations to follow.
Parents / Performers CONFIRMED to date are really excited and looking forward to our Fresh BC Talent Quest show.
Together We Can All Make It Happen *=D> applause  SEASON 5 ‘Keeping Live Music ALIVE’
Special Thanks to media supporters: Western News, SunFM, Skaha Matters, South Okanagan Daily, Summerland Review, Oliver Chronicle, Shaw-TV, Tongue & Cheek, Penticton Herald, Penticton School Districts, Locals Supporting Locals
Show Venue supporters: SANDMAN Hotel, Orchard House hall, and The Elite Restaurant.
Volunteers – SEASON 4 performers and parents who are all doing an exceptional job promoting SEASON 5.
Music Teachers – private lessons / music schools.
Performers Fee ($35.) Checks payable to:
Denis Chaykowski
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Monday, March 6th, 2017-Penticton Parks and Recreation Committee meeting at 2:00pm at City Hall-on the agenda ‘Commercialisation’ of our Parks.


Penticton Citizens First believe in “Truth, Transparency, Proof and Accountability ” and as such want to keep you informed on an ongoing basis.

We have been working on your behalf in developing an email list and a website since Xmas.

Late December 23, 2016, I was able to receive a “signed and dated copy” of 3 of the 4 “City and Trio Agreements” that was Approved by Mayor and Council on December 1, 2016, under Resolution No. 519/2016. City would not provide me with a copy of the “Termination Agreement”, No. 4.

However, upon review of these 3 Agreements, I discovered mistakes on page 1 forward. Changes have been made to these Agreements. These changes have not been legally approved by Council. Upon conversations with certain citizens, I knew that Penticton Herald was filing an Freedom of Information Request on the “ Termination Agreement” but that took about 45 days. I want to thank the Penticton Herald for sharing this Agreement with me and it contains “redacted pages”.  I have a plan to get these public information pages, as we move forward, as this is our tax money. I do not believe the $200,000.00 termination figure we were told in November 2016, is the same figure that appears in the “redacted pages”. Some very important dates to remember are March 15, 2017 and May 15, 2017. These are dates that Trio has to firm up commitments.

This Monday, March 6th, 2017 the Parks and Recreation Committee will be meeting at 2:00pm at City Hall and on the agenda is a big ticket item called ‘commercialization’ of our parks.

I was advised by their Victoria lawyer in mid January, that SSPS had discontinued their Kamloops lawsuit and as such would I be doing the same. After receiving a copy of the “redacted pages” about 10 days ago, I notified this lawyer that I will not be discontinuing the Penticton Court Civil Claim.

Until several issues are completely dealt with, to our complete satisfaction, I will not withdraw this lawsuit filed on your behalf.  The Commercialization of Skaha Park must not take place and no Hotel or other types of Commercialization is acceptable to Penticton Citizens.

Nelson Meikle

Jobs are vanishing much faster than anyone ever imagined.

A warning from Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and Stephen Hawking

This Boston Dynamics robot can walk around and stock shelves like a human can.

“The automation of factories has already decimated jobs in traditional manufacturing, and the rise of artificial intelligence is likely to extend this job destruction deep into the middle classes, with only the most caring, creative or supervisory roles remaining.” — Stephen Hawking

There’s a rising chorus of concern about how quickly robots are taking away human jobs.

Here’s Elon Musk on Thursday at the the World Government Summit in Dubai:

“What to do about mass unemployment? This is going to be a massive social challenge. There will be fewer and fewer jobs that a robot cannot do better [than a human]. These are not things that I wish will happen. These are simply things that I think probably will happen.” — Elon Musk

And today Bill Gates proposed that governments start taxing robot workersthe same way we tax human workers:

“You cross the threshold of job-replacement of certain activities all sort of at once. So, you know, warehouse work, driving, room cleanup, there’s quite a few things that are meaningful job categories that, certainly in the next 20 years [will go away].” — Bill Gates

Jobs are vanishing much faster than anyone ever imagined.

In 2013, policy makers largely ignored two Oxford economists who suggested that 45% of all US jobs could be automated away within the next 20 years. But today that sounds all but inevitable.

Transportation and warehousing employ 5 million Americans

Those self-driving cars you keep hearing about are about to replace a lot of human workers.

Currently in the US, there are:

There’s also around 1 million truck drivers in the US. And Uber just bought a self-driving truck company.

As self driving cars become legal in more states, we’ll see a rapid automation of all of these driving jobs. If a one-time $30,000 truck retrofit can replace a $40,000 per year human trucker, there will soon be a million truckers out of work.

And it’s not just the drivers being replaced. Soon entire warehouses will be fully automated.

I strongly recommend you invest 3 minutes in watching this video. It shows how a fleet of small robots can replace a huge number of human warehouse workers.

There are still some humans working in those warehouses, but it’s only a matter of time before some sort of automated system replaces them, too.

8 million Americans work as retail salespeople and cashiers.

Many of these jobs will soon be automated away.

Amazon is testing a type of store with virtually no employees. You just walk in, grab what you want, and walk out.

A big part of sales is figuring out — or even predicting — what a customer will want. Well, Amazon grossed $136 billion last year, and its “salespeople” are its algorithm-powered recommendation engines. Imagine the impact that Amazon will have on retail when they release all of that artificial intelligence into brick-and-mortar stores.

US restaurants employ 14 million people.

Japan has been automating aspects of its restaurants for decades — taking orders, serving food, washing dishes, and even food preparation itself.

And America is now getting some automated restaurants as well.

There’s even a company that makes delivery trucks that drive around and start baking pizzas in real time as orders come in.

Automation is inevitable. But we still have time to take action and help displaced workers.

Automation is accelerating. The software powering these robots becomes more powerful every day. We can’t stop it. But we can adapt to it.

Bill Gates recommends we tax robotic workers so that we can recapture some of the money displaced workers would have paid as income tax.

Elon Musk recommends we adopt universal basic income and give everyone a certain amount of money each year so we can keep the economy going even as millions of workers are displaced by automation.

And I recommend we take some of the taxpayer money we’re using to subsidize industries that are now mostly automated, and instead invest it in training workers for emerging engineering jobs.

The answer to the automation challenge may involve some combination of these three approaches. But we need to take action now, before we face the worst unemployment disaster since the Great Depression.

I strongly encourage you to do 3 things:

  1. Educate yourself on the automation and its economics effects. This is the best book on the subject.
  2. Talk with your friends and family about automation. We can’t ignore it just because it’s scary and unpredictable. We need a public discourse on this so we can decide as a country what to do about it — before the corporations and their bottom lines decide for us.
  3. Contact your representatives and ask them what they’re doing about automation and unemployment. Tell them we need a robot tax, universal basic income, or more money invested into technology education — whichever of these best aligns with your political views.

If we act now, we can still rise to the automation challenge and save millions of Americans from hardship.

Thank you for reading this, and for caring about this. Help me raise awareness of this important issue that our politicians aren’t talking about. Share this article on Facebook or tweet it on Twitter.

The End Of Free Speech In Canada Is Here

Published on 2 Mar 2017

In this video, Luke Rudkowski interviews Canadian investigative journalist Dan Dicks of about the encroaching government measures against free speech in Canada. We go over two very controversial laws and the impact of the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the overall Canadian society.

CBC news article here –

The Donald Trump Conundrum

Published on 1 Mar 2017

In this video Luke Rudkowski interview philosopher and free thinker Max Igan about the Donald Trump conundrum that many people face whether if he is real or not. Right after Trump’s address to congress, we go over the latest actions especially with his foreign policy and most controversial actions.

To find out more about Max Igan check out