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It’s business as usual as a British peer talks on the floor of the House of Lords about once conspiring with the Bank of England to launder money for the Irish Republican Army. He then explains how this sort of behavior continues to this day. This video is a little old, but news of the corporate takeover of the developed nations is unfolding so quickly that we can barely keep up with it all.
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Anyone who thinks insurers won’t soon be using consumer purchasing data and other minable information to make decisions about coverage is living in a dream world. It’s a no-brainer that the data gathered through supermarket loyalty cards, for example, will eventually be used to set health insurance premiums. Everything you buy and do that is trackable can and will be used against you.
Why is this a matter of government against the people? Because the insurance industry is a major shareholder in the corporation known as the United States of America. Also, because information that can predict if you’re a threat to an insurance company’s profitability might also one day be used to predict if you’re a threat to the state.
For years, insurance companies have been dying to get their hands on data about consumers’ purchasing and online behavior. The Wall Street Journal reports that life insurance companies are now making their move:
Life insurers are testing an intensely personal new use for the vast dossiers of data being amassed about Americans: predicting people’s longevity.
Insurers have long used blood and urine tests to assess people’s health—a costly process. Today, however, data-gathering companies have such extensive files on most U.S. consumers—online shopping details, catalog purchases, magazine subscriptions, leisure activities and information from social-networking sites—that some insurers are exploring whether data can reveal nearly as much about a person as a lab analysis of their bodily fluids.
In one of the biggest tests, the U.S. arm of British insurer Aviva PLC looked at 60,000 recent insurance applicants. It found that a new, “predictive modeling” system, based partly on consumer-marketing data, was “persuasive” in its ability to mimic traditional techniques.
Read the rest of the article at The Wall Street Journal.
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Is this guy ever going to shut up and go away? Maybe he’s running around preaching his gospel in India because he can’t travel anywhere in the U.S. without being jeered at and mocked. One thing he’s got right: If you label something—anything—as terrorism, you can claim the moral high ground, shut down reasoned debate, and demonize anyone who disagrees.
Nobel Peace Prize winner and champion climate campaigner Al Gore outlined the doom the world is awaiting because of climate change and expressed disappointment at world leaders failing to clinch a treaty to fight the new global terror. Terming the logjam in climate negotiations as a “startling paradox”, the man, whose documentary, The Inconvenient Truth won an Oscar said the year 2010 had seen worst of climate change.
“There was severe drought in Russia and extreme flooding in Pakistan. What more evidence is required for action,” he said at HT Leadership Summit.
Read more at The Hindustan Times.
Climate Change Is a $528 Billion Global Industry
The Collapse of the Global Warming ‘Consensus’
The Religious Language of Global Warming ‘Believers’
NY Times: No Warming Trend in U.S. Since 1895
With Straight Face, Climatologist Says January Hottest Ever
EPA Head: Lack of Warming Doesn’t Prove Lack of Warming
Climategate Scientist Admits: No Warming Since 1995
World May Not Be Warming, Say Scientists
Climatologist Threatened for Questioning Global Warming
Inbred Royal Gets All Pouty over Blowup of ‘Global Warming’
EPA Suppressed Internal Global Warming Study
Global Warming Cultists Die in Suicide Pact
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