Show Info 12-29-2014 – News, Guest Water Lily
Second Hour Guest
In the second hour, JD is Joined by Water Lily who is a developer of and administrator for Seen.is for a discussion about privacy and net security as well as the exposition of the oppression of people around the globe which she sites as her main motivation for becoming involved and fighting back against the global information censorship campaign.
Administrator at Seen.is. Water Lily oversees a rapidly growing membership of people escaping the tyranny of Surveillance Media. It is with fondness and a little pride that she views them expressing their relief to be in a place where they are able to just talk with each other without the Big Brother presence on other sites.
She began noticing recently that around the world, the tightening of internet regulations and increased surveillance has grown to resemble China’s repressive surveillance apparatus. As she became more involved in the study of privacy and communications surveillance, she became acquainted with Chris Kitze, Unseen’s owner. Together they plotted the creation of Seen, a less secure, yet private place for people to go without being spied upon, and without their personal information treated as a commodity to be sold to marketers.
Working as a military history researcher, she did work on Vietnam records, World War II prisoners of war and casualty records, and other related investigations. While involved in World War II research, she found the true story of General Stillwell’s infatuation with a Communist spy told in his journals, scoured National Archives records for clues about the fate of Yamashita’s gold at the end of World War II and read the official accounts of escaped prisoners of war. Maintaining an online presence brought her in contact with customers around the world, in the military, intelligence and political world. She is somewhat proud that she always made the government pay up front, because it was so difficult to collect any money they owed.
At the end of 1999 that she came across a story in an online newspaper about a group of spiritual students who were under severe persecution in China, and that opened the door to a new area of investigation, human rights in China.
Pursuing the brutality and economic exploitation of prisoners of conscience in the notorious labor camps, she’s been engaged in exposing the virtual slavery of Falun Gong, Christians and other groups who manufacture goods for export since 2000. As a writer, her articles have appeared in newspapers, on websites, and in brochures. As a presenter, her presentation on the toxic products from labor camps has appeared on public television.
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First Hour News with JD for December 29, 2014
Egypt receives 10 Apache helicopters from U.S.: sources
Israel to build 600 new settlements in the West bank
Russia: new military doctrine lists NATO and US as major foreign threats
Airstrikes against Islamic State Top $1 Billion, Kill over 1,100 People
‘Here are the murderers’: Mexico protesters storm & graffiti military base
French Alps hit by massive snowfall, thousands of cars stranded (PHOTOS)
INDONESIA VERIFIES REPORTS ON AIRASIA PLANE’S EMERGENCY LANDING
Malaysia-Based AirAsia Flight to Singapore Goes Missing
VIDEO: BOXING DAY BRAWL BREAKS OUT IN GEORGIAN PARLIAMENT
US Armed Rebels Gave TOW missiles to Al Qaeda
US Virgin Islands Decriminalizes Cannabis Possession
Russians angry over sanctions, wipe feet on US flag doormats
North Korea Insults Obama, Blames U.S. For Internet Outages
GUN CONTROL GROUPS CHEER AS UN ARMS TRADE TREATY TAKES EFFECT
California anti-gun senator charged with corruption and trafficking firearms
Lawsuit Seeks $1 Trillion For Fraud and Terrorism in Sensationalized Coverage of “Staged FEMA Exercise”
Supreme Court Rules Police Can Violate The 4th Amendment (If They Are Ignorant Of The Law)
Chicago gave hundreds of high-risk kids a summer job. Violent crime arrests plummeted.
7 MEN ARRESTED IN NEW YORK FOR THREATENING TO KILL POLICE
COPS THREATEN A BLUE COUP IN NEW YORK CITY
Anchorage, AK Municipal Assembly Rejects City-Wide Ban on Pot Sales, Cultivation
Missouri Residents Vote to Ban Speed Cameras
Chicago Ridge Mall to re-open on time after fights force early close
Russia’s Gazprom Neft selling over 50% of foreign currency revenue — media
CBR launches SWIFT alternative for domestic payments
China Steps In as World’s New Bank
The Keynesian End Game Crystalizes In Japan’s Monetary Madness
Moscow to supply coal, electricity to Ukraine without prepayment
Former US Treasury official warns about Russian economic crisis causing global financial collapse
Puru Saxena: Consumer Staple Equities Will Outperform Precious Metals
Coca-Cola Facing Major Financial Challenges As Sales Steadily Decline
Science & Technology
The World’s Largest Clairvoyance Experiment Has Begun
Sony about to get sued for pirating music in The Interview
Revealed: Hacker Who Took Down Sony Playstation and Xbox Shows His Face: “This attack was basically done by three people”
Hackers release cache of 13,000 passwords and credit cards of PlayStation, Xbox and Amazon users
Mars Has ‘Macroweather,’ Just Like Earth
Canadian scientists develop trap to lure blood-sucking bed bugs
U.S. Cybersecurity Expert Calls Sony Hack an Inside Job
Engineers develop self-charging turtle surveillance robot
Scientists discover just IMAGINING exercising can make you stronger, tone your muscles & delay or stop muscle atrophy
New Tick-Borne ‘Bourbon Virus’ Is Deadly And Unlike Anything Previously Seen In U.S.
How To Begin Rebuilding Your Life And Make It Ridiculously Amazing
BREAKING: Monsanto/Bayer’s GM Plants Contaminate Europe Despite Ban
Pharmaceutical employees arrested after causing 64 deaths with drug tainted with fungal meningitis
Four surprising uses for hydrogen peroxide
How Natural Health Will Change the World in 2015
Energy & Environment
UK Government plans to phase out all our gas-fired cookers and heating systems
Fukushima rocked by strongest quakes to hit country this month; Epicenter just offshore from reactors; Nuke plant cam shows shaking for over a minute
Revealed: The Arctic Ocean is releasing large volumes of methane
Almost 7,000 UK homes will be lost to rising seas
Home, Farm & Garden
Underground Homes: How to Get Started, Part 1
Garden Planning for Spring 2015: Index Your Plant Choices
This tree produces 40 different types of fruit
Want to cultivate a vegetable garden? Here are some tips to get started!
Wells Fargo sued over subprime securities
This Des Moines court case may change the Freddie, Fannie investor sweep
China Gives Up On Housing Bubble
What’s in store for housing in 2015?
Weird, Funny & Good News
Man Creates An Organic Gardening And Theater Program For Juvenile Inmates
Two Guys Adopted The Wrong Pig. This Is Why She Was The Best Mistake They Ever Made
Homeless Man Spends $100 Donation on Feeding Other Homeless
Harvard Business School professor goes ballistic with legal threats over $4 worth of Chinese takeout food
Cop Threatens Charges If Man ‘Posts Video On YouTube,’ Man Posts Video On YouTube
WOMAN LAUNCHES RAW MEAT ASSAULT ON POLICE STATION, CLAIMS GOD TOLD HER TO “FEED THE PIGS”
The Net Is Mightier Than The Sword – James Corbett at TEDxGroningen