No drugs should EVER be mandatory: New Mexico rejects legislation that would force children to ingest psychiatric medication

In one state, at least, it is no longer permissible to force parents at gunpoint to allow their children to be given dangerous psychotropic drugs.

As reported by The New American (TNA), a new law in New Mexico to protect kids from coercive psychiatric screening and medication was approved last year in the state, and now advocates for the law hope it will spread to other states and provide similar protection for children, families and parental rights.

As TNA reported further, Big Pharma and the Obama Administration have been pushing hard to unconstitutionally spread mandatory “mental health” screening, treatment and tracking of children nationwide. But health freedom advocates say laws like the one on the books in New Mexico “could offer much-needed protection in the years ahead. And progress is already being made,” TNA noted.

The legislation in New Mexico, which was supported by members of both major political parties and passed nearly unanimously in both chambers of the state legislature, is being celebrated by its advocates as the toughest forced medication protection law in the country. Formally titled the “Child Medication Safety Act,” the measure sought to address what is viewed by many as an alarming trend in the U.S. – threats and coercion against families and their children when it comes to forcing psychiatric evaluation and subsequent mandatory medication with dangerous mind-altering drugs.

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Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) force fed under standard Guantánamo Bay procedure

Yasiin Bey (aka Mos Def) force fed under standard Guantánamo Bay procedure
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As Ramadan begins, more than 100 hunger-strikers in Guantánamo Bay continue their protest. More than 40 of them are being force-fed. A leaked document sets out the military instructions, or standard operating procedure, for force-feeding detainees. In this four-minute film made by Human Rights organisation Reprieve and Bafta award-winning director Asif Kapadia, US actor and rapper Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def), experiences the procedure.

Warning: some viewers may find these images distressing.

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‘Constant agony:’ Anti-torture activist undergoes public force feeding to protest Gitmo (VIDEO)

‘Constant agony:’ Anti-torture activist undergoes public force feeding to protest Gitmo (VIDEO)

An anti-torture activist underwent a nasal-tube feeding outside an appeals court in Washington DC to protest the abusive force-feeding of hunger strikers at and the practice of indefinite detention at Guantánamo Bay.

  The feeding took place shortly after the US Court of Appeal for  the District of Columbia Circuit began considering a lawsuit arguing that force-feeding at  Guantánamo is a violation of human rights and religious  liberties.

  The activist who underwent the procedure, Andrés Thomas Conteris,  is currently on day 103 of a water-only fast to bring public  attention to the plight of prisoners at Guantanamo.

  Conteris, who has so far lost 57 pounds, told the Voice of Russia  that the nasal tube feeding is akin to torture.

“They are tortured because they do not give their consent. And  without giving consent I would call this, if it were a sexual  kind of analogy, it would be rape. And am I calling the Pentagon  rapists? No! I’m calling them serial rapists,” he said.

  Conteris characterized enteral feeding as the most painful  experience of his life.

Air Force Research Lab puts money up for tools to stop future Snowdens

Air Force Research Lab puts money up for tools to stop future Snowdens

Whistleblowers have demonstrated how vulnerable military and intelligence networks are to trusted insiders over the past few years, much to the embarrassment of the organizations charged with defending those networks. To prevent future Edward Snowdens and Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Mannings from adding insult to injury, the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) recently added a new request to its ongoing cybersecurity research program that seeks technology to shut down the insider threat.

The Cyber Awareness and Resilience Research program, a broad effort to develop new information security technologies, has modified a number of its new research priorities, including “Counter-Insider Modeling.” The goal of the newly budgeted research: to “research, design, and develop techniques to identify, characterize, categorize, and manage insider threats at the tactical and strategic levels (and to) assess and determine tools to conduct fingerprinting of data and the management of such data across a diverse network.”

The anti-insider threat research is one of five new areas for which the AFRL has budgeted a total of $24.4 million in order to develop systems that the military can implement to better secure its networks. Other focus areas for the research include developing better authentication technology “to provide secure end-to-end identity attributable device authentication across security and administrative domains”—technology that might prevent the sort of credential escalation that Snowden allegedly used to gain access to National Security Agency intranet resources.

Video: Confronting Dyess Air Force Base Over Secret Nuke Transfer

Anthony Gucciardi called Dyes Air force base to get a confirmation on the nuke warhead transfers to South Carolina. In his first question Anthony asks about the “transfers” to which the operator clarified the “weapon transfers”.
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