The U.S. Has Created Too Many Criminals, Wants MORE Regulations to “Solve” the Problem — Activist Post – November 23, 2019

By Ryan McMaken

Increasingly in recent years, criminal-justice-reform activists in states and cities have been campaigning for what is known as “ban the box.” This is an effort to enact new laws and ordinances prohibiting landlords and employers from asking applicants about their criminal histories. The idea is that far too many rehabilitated former criminals are unable to find work, or rent an apartment, thanks to “the box” on application forms that asks about criminal convictions. →

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HSBC Closes Account Used to Support Hong Kong Protesters – Activist Post – November 23, 2019

By Lubomir Tassev

For months on end, Hong Kong has been the scene of intensive confrontation between pro-democracy activists and its Beijing-supported government. It now seems the financial establishment has taken a side in this conflict. Banking giant HSBC has decided to close an account used to support the protest movement in the special administrative region of China. →

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Google Admits That “Others” Can Access The Camera On Samsung & Android Smartphones — Activist Post – November 23, 2019

By Alanna Ketler

  • The Facts: Hackers have successfully been able to access the front facing cameras on Google and Samsung phones without permission from the user and regardless of whether or not the phone was unlocked. They were able to take pictures and record video.
  • Reflect On: Why should you care? This is an outright invasion of our right to privacy. If we continue to willingly give up all our rights, soon we won’t have any left. →

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Spain To Track Every Smartphone Across Country In Controversial Study — Activist Post – November 23, 2019

By Tyler Durden

Spain’s National Statistics Institute (INE) will begin tracking smartphone locations of millions of people this week in preparation for the 2021 census, raising privacy concerns, reported RT News. INE will track every smartphone in the country over a series of tests that will extend through 2020, and the government has assured Spaniards the project is completely “anonymous.” 

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Foster Gentleness — The Creator Writings via Jennifer Farley – November 23, 2019

It has been said before but, you are being asked to remember that each person on your Earth plane carries a secret struggle.  Some have been working very diligently to release it and others have not recognized it yet. Criticism and judgment hinder the process, love and empathy assists.  Regardless of where they are on this very personal journey, each deserves compassionate kindness so they can continue to move forward.  Be aware and, in that awareness, foster gentleness…the greatest gift you can offer. ~ Creator

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Qanon November 22, 2019 – It’s time

Source YouTube: Praying Medic

As the impeachment effort against President Trump seems likely to move to the Senate, is it time for the truth to be revealed?

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