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Remote Neural Monitoring and "illnesses"

With all of the language about mysterious illnesses that are not diagnosed, at the Whitehouse areas and in Cuba, I have a suggestion that the cause is from the illegal use of Remote Neural Monitoring. Electro-magnetic waves are transmitted into the auditory nerve and do cause vestibular affects to the person being monitored. This means that dizziness, vertigo can ensue, and the amplified version with high decibels can... more »

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Vet Net

There are many Veterans in this country who are also ham radio operators, that are motivated to protect this country. A nation-wide network of dedicated volunteers would give an added layer of security by having more eyes and ears from coast to coast, and give our Veterans the satisfaction of having a worthwhile purpose in helping to keep America safe. This could be an added component of the DHS's AuxComm.

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Election Security

Candidate Qualifications and Electoral Reform

http://chng.it/Y4GWk7XBrj

Please visit link above to sign this petition calling for:

Require Candidate Standards. (see the draft bill for details - It would have disqualified 2016's Rep and Dem presidential candidates.)

Begin Automatic nationwide voter registration, thumbprint verified, updated by motor vehicle license, Social Security and/or payroll records.

And require:

Open primaries.

Exclusion of any candidate... more »

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A Need for a Defensive Network First

On March 10, 2021, Eric Goldstein, the executive assistant director for cybersecurity at CISA, told members of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security about the four areas the CISA will focus on with the additional $650 million from the 2021 American Rescue Plan.

With all due respect, Eric Goldstein's priorities are out of order. The first priority is the defense of our network with zero trust principles.... more »

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Holding all politicians accountable for all incitement of violence or illegal activity

I think the United States Government should hold all politicians for the incitement of illegal activity, violence, destroying property or intimidation of all persons including police, and that anyone who has encouraged violence by agreeing to post bail or encouragement of riots or protests, should be held legally responsible for the crime the person has committed and will be legally and financially responsible for any... more »

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High Risk Dispatch Supervision and Conflict Resolution

Conflict resolution is a crucial tool in today's society. No we're is this more evident then in our Military and Policing , we're resolving conflicts often result in the use of deadly force. We no that resolving conflicts are very important in society for the safety and wellbeing of ourselves and other's.

In law enforcement and the military , conflict resolution often involves violence or necessary use of lethal force... more »

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Coup in our Cities being fueled by elected local and state government

The very people that are in power to protect the mass public are the very people that will be charged in forming in support of a Coup. These very elected ingrates will be pulled from their seats in the government they failed, and they will be tried for treason in support of congregation, building, supporting, and fueling the Coup. The innocent hard working and legal citizens being affected of any and all violent disturbances... more »

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National Security

Hello,

Currently I am taking an anti terrorism centered degree but couldn't help to think that the real security issue for the United States is the government and companies. It takes more effort to realize that a person's thinking can be wrong and have negative effects. Political corruption has more impact on the security of a nation then terrorism. The United States isn't defined by the government but by the people.... more »

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Pay the citizens of this country a minimum of $2,000 a month or more until the country re-opens and the jobless get rehired

In order to keep the economy humming along, the Federal government needs to pay people $2000 a month until the country is able to get back to normal which could be as much as 2 years down the road. In the absence of jobs and an economy that is faltering due to Covid 19, this is the bare minimum that the federal government should do along with buying up farmers' crops until the markets come back. Those items could be canned,... more »

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