ICATOR INTERVIEW WITH FRANK ALLEN
Melanie Vritschan, Presdient of ICATOR will appear on Frank Allen's conference call Thursday, December 23 at 9 PM Eastern / 6 PM Pacific to speak about the organization's upcoming class action lawsuit.
Call-In Number; (515) 604-9715
Access Code: 708922
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FACEBOOK TO NOTIFY 50,000 VICTIMS OF MILITARY/INDUSTRIAL SPYWARE
Facebook will notifying 50,000 of it s users that they are the victims of government/business spyware activity. The "surveillan-for-hire" companies account for approximately 1500 fake accounts which are used to surveil, harass, and trick users into releasing personal information so the firms could then install spyware on their devices.
I have personally been friend-requested by "Edward Snowden" whose account I discovered has nearly 2600 friends and lots of people writing to him daily yet not a single post or response by him. No photos or videos at all except one standard photo of him from years ago. This profile screams the words, "fake account!."
So be careful everyone of these spoof accounts celebrities and friend requests from people who are already your friends. For more details, see the article at the link below.
Facebook warning nearly 50,000 users they may be victims of spyware
MARTIAL LAW FLYER BY KAREN STEWART
Here is a flyer written by Karen Stewart about the role of fusion centers in our targeting, which can be downloaded and printed at the link below:
Karen Stewart's Martial Law Flyer
While reading another church's newsletter I saw a vision of us being a blessing to some of the TI's in our community who suffer tremendous lack. This can be accomplished by pooling our resources and sending $25 food/restaurant or Walmart gift cards to as many as our dollars will allow.
A special offering will be taken by Refuge from the Storm Church to accomplish this task. Donations could be given to the church at Tithely.com by designating, "Sharing Christmas", by check or PayPal. Contact Sharon Taylor for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you know of a TI who is suffering extreme lack, that's who we would like to help. A second way to select a TI is by asking for letters of need or taking applications.