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Top Secret Alien-Human Hybridization Program Underway In America: Illegal Alien Colonization of Earth The Goal

5 Jun

Copyright 2011-3011 Alternative News Report, All Rights Reserved. Re-posted on Photonic Portal with Permission, 6.5.2011.

Listen to this 6 part radio show at the end of this post very closely. Does it sound to you like there is some sort of “sell job” going on here? Does Barbara Lamb’s presentation give you the sense that you are somehow supposed to “feel ok” about alien-human hybrids being created against people’s will? I am well aware of how bizarre this post sounds.

I have a little story I would like to tell. One summer in 2009 I worked part time at a nationally known school photography lab as a photo editor. Each day I examined between 5,000 and 10,000 photographs of American school children aged six through sixteen. My task was to crop the photo and center it in the frame, then onto the next one. The work was fast and easy for someone with high level visual skills, and it left me about 20-30 seconds to get a real good look at the image of the child as it flew by.

On nearly a dozen different occasions I was confronted with a photograph of a child, usually at age six to ten, whose skull was oddly enlarged, broader at the top and with facial features unusually tiny and diminutive, especially the nose and mouth. The facial features were also oddly set much lower in the skull, overall the facial area was much smaller than is considered “anthropologically normal” for American school children. The eyes were much much larger than is considered “normal.” These over-sized eyes were excessively wide-set, and slanted in the skull, exactly the way a “cross” between a normal human child and an alien grey child would look. This “slant” was NOT the slight tilt of the eyes of the Asian races. This slant was exaggerated much more than that. Also, the auras of these children did not look or vibrate right. A photograph will record the details of the human aura just as it records the physical details of the person and scenery. The auras of these children seemed emotionless and rather robotic. They emanated the air of “belonging” to something. I did not get the feeling they actually “belonged” to their human parents.

The first time I saw one of these odd looking “big head, tiny face” children I was stopped dead in my tracks. I actually glanced around to see if anyone else noticed my reaction to the photo. I shook it off. The next image of another child with these exact same skull differences and facial feature differences came about 2,000 images later in the same batch. The images were from California. The only thing I had time to do was to take note and begin counting. On that one day I counted five of these “different” children appearing in batches of 5,000 images. The images had come in from California and from the Midwest.

These children look exactly like a 50 / 50 hybrid of the alien grey and a normal human child. I was very deeply upset by what I saw, but could do nothing other than take note of it and keep working. My reaction to these photos could be likened to the reaction one would have, from the depths of mortality and normalcy, if one was presented with photographs of a human being which had been bred to a dog, or a horse, or a pig. My reaction was one of primal, spiritual, species level, fundamental moral and ethical outrage.

I felt helpless to do anything about what I was seeing and I knew better than to talk to my shift supervisor about the way I felt about it. We were not allowed to eve copy or remove school kids’ photos from the premises, so I could not gather evidence. But I knew as surely as I am sitting here typing this narrative, that something somewhere was deeply and terribly, horribly, hideously WRONG that these children could even exist, somehow being passed off as normal, and being inserted into society at the rate of apparently one per each 5 to 10,000 “normal” American children. This is not something that is EVER supposed to happen. I was seeing what is supposed to be non-existent, impossible.

On that particular day I counted 6 of these outlandishly freakish “large head, tiny face, slant brown eyed children.” Their eyes were always so dark brown they looked black. This is NOT a fictional narrative. I began to wonder if God had landed me this job, just so that I could see and try to comprehend what was and is happening with the next generation of American children in this country. I never spoke to anyone about what I saw in those photo files, and I worked on in the photo lab for another several months before the season ended. All in all, I would estimate that I counted 6 to 10 of these “large head/slant eyed” children for every 5 to 10,000 images I processed. Their configurations of facial features and head shape were all identical, whether they had brown hair, blonde, were pale or dark skinned. You could easily conclude, if you were a highly skilled and trained anthropologist, that all these children had been cross-bred with the same “other” thing or being.

At no point did I entertain a happy, or positive, or benevolent, or accepting emotion as I studied these photos. I felt instead a visceral, racial dread, a kind of horror in the soul, that should only be reserved for reading a Stephen King novel. My eye witness account is true and I have not in any way embellished what I discovered while working at the photo lab, which processed images of school children from across America. The lab is one of the oldest and most respectable school photography companies in the country. They were simply doing what they always do, and these children’s photos were processed along with everyone else’s.

I have questions. They are numerous, urgent and they are not pretty questions. There is still a huge part of me that wants to believe the whole alien grey thing is a mass figment of disturbed human imagination. But there are too many people I keep meeting who claim that they have been abducted, including a relative of mine, who was never the same after a summer spent in New York state in 1979. He hs claimed all his life that he was lifted up in a blue beam and taken aboard a craft, where he was endlessly examined, scrutinized, medically tinkered with and repeatedly traumatized by a team of grey alien “medical technicians.” His legs show “scooped out” places in the backs of his calves where tissue samples were taken. He tells me he was blowing his nose in 1994, 18 years after the incident, and a small spiral of metal dislodged. What am I to make of such a story?

I want to know what is actually happening, and whether our government is secretly complicit with it. I want to know how many others are asking the same questions about these bizarre abductions.

Whatever is taking place, it ‘s taking place against people’s wills and without their consent. This is an ungodly activity which is strictly prohibited in scripture. We are not supposed to be mixing our own DNA with that of an alien race. Where is the outcry? I can understand that without proof and evidence, there can be no outcry. If this is happening, and if it is real, it is the most sinister and satanic activity ever to befall our unsuspecting human species. It will have to be confronted head-on to be stopped before any further corruption and pillaging of our own DNA takes place. There is now a species level “ethnic cleansing” needed to rid our world of the alien grey presence, along with their supervising reptoid overlords. What is needed is an absolute and final cleansing of this world of these parasitic alien invaders, who are now literally raping our world of it’s most cherished and prized possession, our own God given human DNA.

I welcome reader feedback and links that can add further insights.

Chase Kyla Hunter

Related videos:

This is the Barbara Lamb Coast to Coast Radio interview, a  six part video series that inspired this essay. After hearing part one, follow the links on Youtube to hear the entire talk. Or you can access the entire interview’s playlist on this link:

http://www.youtube.com/user/cosmicpreachers2#g/c/0D05BF2A22E8701D

See also http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread283896/pg1

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FEDs Are Using Your Cell Phones to Track, Surveil You Without A Warrant: Did You Know?

26 Feb
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2.25.2010

We’re headed toward a surveillance society, London style, if people do not speak out against warrantless tracking and surveillance of people in America. The latest breach of privacy: FEDS are using people’s cell phones to follow them with obtaining a warrant. That’s not even legal.

CK Hunter

Here’s the story and related info:

Law enforcement is tracking Americans’ cell phones in real time—without the benefit of a warrant.

Amid all the furor over the Bush administration’s warrantless wiretapping program a few years ago, a mini-revolt was brewing over another type of federal snooping that was getting no public attention at all. Federal prosecutors were seeking what seemed to be unusually sensitive records: internal data from telecommunications companies that showed the locations of their customers’ cell phones—sometimes in real time, sometimes after the fact. The prosecutors said they needed the records to trace the movements of suspected drug traffickers, human smugglers, even corrupt public officials. But many federal magistrates—whose job is to sign off on search warrants and handle other routine court duties—were spooked by the requests. Some in New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas balked.

Prosecutors “were using the cell phone as a surreptitious tracking device,” said Stephen W. Smith, a federal magistrate in Houston. “And I started asking the U.S. Attorney’s Office, ‘What is the legal authority for this? What is the legal standard for getting this information?’ “

Those questions are now at the core of a constitutional clash between President Obama’s Justice Department and civil libertarians alarmed by what they see as the government’s relentless intrusion into the private lives of citizens. There are numerous other fronts in the privacy wars—about the content of e-mails, for instance, and access to bank records and credit-card transactions. The Feds now can quietly get all that information. But cell-phone tracking is among the more unsettling forms of government surveillance, conjuring up Orwellian images of Big Brother secretly following your movements through the small device in your pocket.

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How many of the owners of the country’s 277 million cell phones even know that companies like AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint can track their devices in real time? Most “don’t have a clue,” says privacy advocate James X. Dempsey. The tracking is possible because either the phones have tiny GPS units inside or each phone call is routed through towers that can be used to pinpoint a phone’s location to areas as small as a city block. This capability to trace ever more precise cell-phone locations has been spurred by a Federal Communications Commission rule designed to help police and other emergency officers during 911 calls. But the FBI and other law-enforcement outfits have been obtaining more and more records of cell-phone locations—without notifying the targets or getting judicial warrants establishing “probable cause,” according to law-enforcement officials, court records, and telecommunication executives. (The Justice Department draws a distinction between cell-tower data and GPS information, according to a spokeswoman, and will often get warrants for the latter.)

The Justice Department doesn’t keep statistics on requests for cell-phone data, according to the spokeswoman. So it’s hard to gauge just how often these records are retrieved. But Al Gidari, a telecommunications lawyer who represents several wireless providers, tells NEWSWEEK that the companies are now getting “thousands of these requests per month,” and the amount has grown “exponentially” over the past few years. Sprint Nextel has even set up a dedicated Web site so that law-enforcement agents can access the records from their desks—a fact divulged by the company’s “manager of electronic surveillance” at a private Washington security conference last October. “The tool has just really caught on fire with law enforcement,” said the Sprint executive, according to a tape made by a privacy activist who sneaked into the event. (A Sprint spokesman acknowledged the company has created the Web “portal” but says that law-enforcement agents must be “authenticated” before they are given passwords to log on, and even then still must provide valid court orders for all nonemergency requests.)

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There is little doubt that such records can be a powerful weapon for law enforcement. Jack Killorin, who directs a federal task force in Atlanta combating the drug trade, says cell-phone records have helped his agents crack many cases, such as the brutal slaying of a DeKalb County sheriff: agents got the cell-phone records of key suspects—and then showed that they were all within a one-mile area of the murder at the time it occurred, he said. In the fall of 2008, Killorin says, his agents were able to follow a Mexican drug-cartel truck carrying 2,200 kilograms of cocaine by watching in real time as the driver’s cell phone “shook hands” with each cell-phone tower it passed on the highway. “It’s a tremendous investigative tool,” says Killorin. And not that unusual: “This is pretty workaday stuff for us.”

But there is also plenty of reason to worry. Some abuse has already occurred at the local level, according to telecom lawyer Gidari. One of his clients, he says, was aghast a few years ago when an agitated Alabama sheriff called the company’s employees. After shouting that his daughter had been kidnapped, the sheriff demanded they ping her cell phone every few minutes to identify her location. In fact, there was no kidnapping: the daughter had been out on the town all night. A potentially more sinister request came from some Michigan cops who, purportedly concerned about a possible “riot,” pressed another telecom for information on all the cell phones that were congregating in an area where a labor-union protest was expected. “We haven’t even begun to scratch the surface of abuse on this,” says Gidari.

That was precisely what Smith and his fellow magistrates were worried about when they started refusing requests for cell-phone tracking data. (Smith balked only at requests for real-time information, while other magistrates have also objected to requests for historical data on cell-phone locations.) The grounds for such requests, says Smith, were often flimsy: almost all were being submitted as “2703(d)” orders—a reference to an obscure provision of a 1986 law called the Stored Communications Act, in which prosecutors only need to assert that records are “relevant” to an ongoing criminal investigation. That’s the lowest possible standard in federal criminal law, and one that, as a practical matter, magistrates can’t really verify. But when Smith started turning down government requests, prosecutors went around him (or “judge shopping,” in the jargon of lawyers), finding other magistrates in Texas who signed off with no questions asked, he told NEWSWEEK. Still, his stand—and that of another magistrate on Long Island—started getting noticed in the legal community. Facing a request for historical cell-phone tracking records in a drug-smuggling case, U.S. magistrate Lisa Pupo Lenihan in Pittsburgh wrote a 56-page opinion two years ago that turned prosecutors down, noting that the data they were seeking could easily be misused to collect information about sexual liaisons and other matters of an “extremely personal” nature. In an unusual show of solidarity—and to prevent judge shopping—Lenihan’s opinion was signed by every other magistrate in western Pennsylvania.

The issue came to a head this month in a federal courtroom in Philadelphia. A Justice Department lawyer, Mark Eckenwiler, asked a panel of appeals-court judges to overturn Lenihan’s ruling, arguing that the Feds were only asking for what amounted to “routine business records.” But he faced stiff questioning from one of the judges, Dolores Sloviter, who noted that there are some governments, like Iran’s, that would like to use such records to identify political protesters. “Now, can the government assure us,” she pressed Eckenwiler, that Justice would never use the provisions in the communications law to collect cell-phone data for such a purpose in the United States? Eckenwiler tried to deflect the question, saying he couldn’t speak to “future hypotheticals,” but finally acknowledged, “Yes, your honor. It can be used constitutionally for that purpose.” For those concerned about what the government might do with the data in your pocket, that was not a comforting answer.

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Urgent Call to Sign Petition to Protect American Freedom of Speech

31 Aug

PETITION TO BLOCK CONGRESSIONAL
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Leader of public awareness campaign warns of ‘Arctic blast’ against free speech


Censors for talk radio expected within 90 days


Posted: April 29, 2009


11:08 pm Eastern

By Bob Unruh
© 2009 WorldNetDaily

The leader of a newly formed public awareness campaign to alert U.S. citizens about an effort to stifle free speech says he expects local “boards” will be assembled within 90 days to begin censoring talk radio, a move that will come as an “Arctic blast” against the expression of opinion in the United States.

WND reported just days ago on a meeting at which more than two dozen principals of the nation’s top talk radio shows held a private strategy meeting to discuss government plans to squelch critical political speech on radio.

Organized by Brad O’Leary, author of the new book, “Shut Up, America! The End of Free Speech,” and Joseph Farah, editor and chief executive officer of WND, the group chose one attendee to be spokesman and chairman of the coalition – syndicated host Roger Hedgecock of San Diego.

The American Radio Free Speech Foundation was adopted as the name, and leaders now have announced a public awareness campaign and educational initiative, called Don’t Touch My Dial.

The announcement said the U.S. now is facing “an insidious attack on its First Amendment Rights that is being cloaked in legislation and regulation evidenced by the recently circulated draft FCC regulations … to impose ‘localism’ and ‘media ownership diversity’ on talk radio.”

“In addition, under the guise of ‘cyberspace security,’ Sens. Rockefeller, Snowe and Nelson have introduced S773 which would, critics say, give the federal government control over the Internet including, under emergency conditions, the right of the president to shut down the whole Internet or sites on it, including the interruption of e-mail,” the announcement said.

“When the public is informed about what is happening behind the scenes to threaten their First Amendment rights, they will be outraged. As shown in a recent poll that was commissioned by the coalition and is part of the ‘Zogby/O’Leary Report’s First 100 Days Poll’ when 3,937 voters from the last election were asked: ‘Four members of the U.S. Senate recently introduced a bill that would allow the president of the United States to turn off the Internet nationally in the event of an emergency, however the Bill does not DEFINE what constitutes an emergency. Do you support or oppose this bill?'” the announcement said.

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Nearly 82 percent opposed the idea. Only 5 percent agreed with it.

Hedgecock told WND that most people simply don’t understand what the government appears to be demanding.

“I think the FCC is on the cusp of enacting regulations that would fundamentally alter the traditional American assumption that we have the right to share and debate political opinions,” he said.

“I believe the strategy is to make the current state of compliant journalism that prevails in the mainstream media the norm as well on the Internet and in talk radio,” he said.

And it’s coming soon.

“I think in the next 90 days we will see the imposition of the local advisory boards. They will immediately become complaint departments staffed by the Left on all local and nationally syndicate talk programs,” Hedgecock warned.

The underlying threat, of course, would be to the license the business needs to operate as a radio station.

“The threats of those complaints to the viability of the underlying station licenses will be immediate and will force corporations that own these stations into a very defensive posture,” he said.

“Talk about a chilling effect on free speech, this will be an Arctic blast of restraint on opinion based on the threat to take the license away,” Hedgecock said.

But talk radio will be just the first target, he said.

“The assault on the First Amendment that is being planned by the government and the extremist Left is not limited to their desire to silence conservative talk radio,” he said. “Newspapers and television are not immune to the anti-First Amendment efforts that are at work here. In addition, the Internet is also a target for receiving the restrictive aspects of the so-called ‘Fairness Doctrine.'”

Just weeks ago, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., submitted an amendment to the D.C. Voting Bill which would require the FCC to “encourage and promote diversity in … media ownership” and reaffirm FCC authority to mandate the presentation “of opposing points of view on issues of public importance.”

Also of concern to the hosts and producers gathered in the nation’s capital was a decision last week by Clear Channel, the nation’s largest owner of radio stations, to mandate the creation of local advisory boards by June at all of its properties. The move was seen as pre-emptive as the industry anticipates an FCC stacked with Barack Obama appointees will soon require stations to answer to panels of community activists.

In February, the FCC floated several proposals to require stations to better serve local communities, including establishing community advisory boards to consult stations on programming.

“We are materially increasing our commitment to community programming, increasing our accountability and broadening our public-service contributions in every local market we serve,” said John Hogan, president and chief executive officer of Clear Channel. “We believe when radio focuses on servicing local communities, it is radio at its finest.”

Other key members of the group so far include Lars Larson, Rusty Humphries, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Steve Gill, Martha Zoller, Joyce Kaufman and Kirby Wilbur.

The public awareness campaign website includes a petition campaign to protest the developing limits. It also describes the so-called “Fairness Doctrine,” explains what it does to free speech and quotes a number of experts on the subject.

“Rather than having the government regulate what people can say, we should let the market decide what people want to hear. That’s precisely why the Fairness Doctrine was abandoned, and that’s why it ought not to be revived,” said U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., in a commentary critical of the plan.

“This fight is a First Amendment fight and one that every American must be involved with, which is why we have created ‘Don’t Touch My Dial’ as a vehicle for mass participation,” Hedgecock said.

Hedgecock also is chairman for Unfair Air, an effort to to protect First Amendment Rights as they pertain to radio and radio audiences.

WND founder and editor Joseph Farah launched a petition campaign months ago to block federal government attacks on freedom of speech and freedom of the press.

“This issue – and the urgent need for a broad-based, aggressive coalition to fight back – is much bigger than talk radio, and much more dangerous than an effort to simply silence a few voices that the current administration dislikes,” says Hedgecock. “This fight is a First Amendment fight and one that every American must be involved with, which is why we have created ‘Don’t Touch My Dial’ as a vehicle for mass participation.”

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