Grandson of Muslim Brotherhood Founder now an Advisor to British Government Office


If British Prime Minister David Cameron is serious about investigating the Muslim Brotherhood in his country, he might want to start with one of his own government offices and a certain Baroness Warsi, who serves as a Senior Minister there. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) now has the grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood on its newly formed Advisory Group on Freedom of Religion or Belief (AGFRB), which is chaired by Warsi. As reported last month, The FCO is the same government entity that just last month announced that the Muslim Brotherhood could ‘operate freely’ inside the UK.

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Google’s DARPA Inspired Robots

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Google acquired Boston Dynamics, an engineering and robotics-design company, in a deal that significantly enhances the search giant’s robotics expertise.

The Friday acquisition brings a new dynamic to Google’s robotics efforts, led by Andy Rubin, which includes the company’s much-discussed self-driving cars, according to The New York Times.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the newspaper reported that Boston Dynamics will honor its existing contracts with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, the U.S. military arm that funded portions of the company’s research.

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Darpa is looking for experts from private sector for future cyber ops

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DARPA   is scouting the private companies to recruit high skilled professional and use company infrastructure to protect classified information.

The Pentagon is searching cyber experts to address the growing shortage of highly professional in the field, the US Government is making scouting for expert hackers in the private sector.The control of the cyberspace and the mitigation of cyber threats are essential aspect of US cyber strategy, that’s why the DARPA is researching in the private sector organizations skilled and experienced cyber professionals.

Projects “to achieve cyberspace superiority require specialized knowledge, skills, and experience,”  ”Ideally, respondents will include both potential performers currently holding security clearances and those who may be granted clearances based on technical capabilities and eligibility.” states a request for company workforce information.

$5 Billion This month the US Government disclosed the Military Cyber Spending reserved by the Pentagon for cyber operations next year, it reserved , part of the comprehensive $496…

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Microchipping Society

Regina E. Duncan, former (DARPA) Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency director and now Google Executive,  has introduced a minute, ingestible microchip that the majority population will be   expected to swallow by 2017. It is being billed as-  “A means of authentication,” Duncan calls it, which takes invasive surveillance to whole new levels. She talks of the ‘mechanical mismatch problem between machines and humans,’ and  explains the bio-chem-mechanical qualities of this exotic technology that ‘grows’ in the human body with its host retaining its structural integrity and function.microchip-1

 Declared a quantum leap for research and medicine by its exponents ,Ethicists on the other-hand identify the critical shift toward this technology as a certain extension of the removal of our freedoms and rights.    These bio-chips would not only allow full access to insurance companies and government agencies to our pharmaceutical dependency,including a host of other…

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