Friday, August 22, 2014

Exposed: Pentagon Funds New Data-Mining Tools To Track and Kill Activists, Part I

From:  Occupy

COMMENTS - This is a must-read article.  Note that:  Arizona State is officially an NSA-designated university and more about the tools which will be applied to Americans, and for which we pay more contractors to develop.  Look for subsection, "When Data Mining leads to Drone Strikes."  Links to Parts I & II of IV are below.  III and IV will be posted as they appear.
Arizona State is officially an NSA-designated university - See more at:

by Nafeez Mosaddeq Ahmed

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is funding a multimillion dollar university research program to develop new data mining and analysis tools for the U.S. military intelligence community to track political radicalism among British Muslims and other activist groups around the world.

Leading intelligence experts including former National Security Agency (NSA) official Thomas Drake – the whistleblower who inspired Edward Snowden – confirm that the tools are designed to enhance the intelligence community’s capabilities to identify potential terrorism suspects that could face a range of sanctions, from surveillance to no-fly injunctions to, at worst, being targeted for extrajudicial assassination via the CIA’s "kill lists."

But, they say, inherent flaws in the program are instead likely to facilitate the criminalization of political dissent and the targeting of innocent civilians – and that such trends are increasingly likely to affect not just "hostile theatres" abroad, but even domestic populations in the U.S., Britain and Europe.  MORE

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

MEDIA RELEASE FROM Green Hills Software, Inc. On to India!

 From:  Marketwired

COMMENT - it is truly amazing how the cooperative relationship between GHS and the Greedville community has worked for them.  Of course, it always turns my stomach to see them use the word, INTEGRITY.  

How many other companies does GHS own?  Inquiring minds are about to find out. 

SOURCE: Green Hills Software
Green Hills Software
August 20, 2014 08:00 ET

Green Hills Software to Exhibit at Freescale Technology Forum 2014 in Bengaluru, India

SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 20, 2014) -  Green Hills Software, the largest independent software vendor for the Internet of Things (IoT), will demonstrate its latest embedded software solutions at the Freescale Technology Forum, Leela Palace, Bengaluru, India, August 26 - 27, 2014. As a silver sponsor of the event, Green Hills Software will offer the following demonstration on the show floor:
OpenGL Graphics for i.MX6 Devices
Next-generation devices need modern graphics capabilities. See pre-integrated OpenGL ES 2.0-enabled graphical solutions from partners including Crank Software Storyboard, DiSTI GL Studio, Elektrobit EB Guide, and Rightware Kanzi for the INTEGRITY® RTOS on a Freescale i.MX6 processor.
The Latest MULTI IDE and Optimizing Compilers
Green Hills technical personnel will be available to discuss customer project requirements and give personalized demonstrations of the latest Green Hills MULTI® IDE and optimizing C/C++ compilers.
About Green Hills Software
Founded in 1982, Green Hills Software is the largest independent software vendor for the Internet of Things. In 2008, the Green Hills INTEGRITY-178 RTOS was the first and only operating system to be certified by NIAP (National Information Assurance Partnership comprised of NSA & NIST) to EAL 6+, High Robustness, the highest level of security ever achieved for any software product. Our open architecture integrated development solutions address deeply embedded, absolute security and high-reliability applications for the military/avionics, medical, industrial, automotive, networking, consumer and other markets that demand industry-certified solutions. Green Hills Software is headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA, with European headquarters in the United Kingdom. Visit Green Hills Software at

Green Hills, the Green Hills logo, MULTI and INTEGRITY are trademarks or registered trademarks of Green Hills Software in the U.S. and/or internationally. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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Green Hills Software
Barbel French

Monday, July 7, 2014

Memo Justifying al Awlaki Assassination Does End-Run Around the US Constitution

From:  Activist Post

COMMENT - What does being an American mean to people who profit from tyranny?  Hope your 4th of July was lots of fun, Green Hills Team.

Janet Phelan
Activist Post

In response to a Freedom of Information Request filed by the ACLU, the Department of Justice this week released the memo providing legal analysis in support of justification for the 2011 assassination of Anwar al Awlaki, a US national living in Yemen.

Al Awlaki, who was born in New Mexico, was a Muslim cleric considered to be in a leadership position in Al Qaeda. He was killed in a targeted drone strike in Yemen, after Obama placed him on the targeted assassination list in 2010. The fact that President Obama had taken the unprecedented step of ordering the assassination of a US citizen was repeatedly highlighted in the press. The ACLU went to court to attempt to inhibit the assassination, albeit unsuccessfully.

The DOJ memo, authored by David Barron, is a compelling study in government double speak. Large chunks of the memo were redacted before its release, with approximately ¼ removed from public purview.

What was made available to the public delves into the legal inhibitions which might come into play with a targeted government murder of a US citizen. Title 18 Section 1119 of the US Code is referenced repeatedly, and the prohibitions against murder contained in this section resolved essentially due to the invocation of “public authority.” MORE

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

US, fess up to drone killings!

From:  RBN

COMMENT - A picture is worth a thousands words


 The White House administration continues to deny its drone program is a violation of human rights that kills innocent civilians. We’ve seen evidence from countries affected directly, outrage from the international community, and now protests from American organizations including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. What’s it going to take to get it through the US’ thick skull that its drone program is a blight upon the planet? The Resident (aka Lori Harfenist) discusses.

Monday, May 19, 2014

Spy Drone lobbyists and a WSJ propaganda piece

From:  Battery Park 

COMMENT - Actually, if private people, AND corporations, were allowed to have drones, for which they would have to be entirely accountable, this would result in limitations on their the use of drones.  Of course, the personal drones are smaller, used mostly for photography so, perhaps the personal liability would become an addition on their homeowners insurance.   Corporations, for instance BP, Exxon, and other Big Oil concerns, self insure, instead doubling down on legal evasions of accountability. 
If only our justice system worked to enforce accountability for everyone equally! 
Visit Koch Truths for insights on the lack of limits for corporate greed.  
It is the pesky pretense government is sovereign, instead of sovereignty being entirely held by the people, for whom government is just a tool, which causes the misapprehension proven to be so useful to the folks of Greedville

Dan, GHS President and Founder, and Craig, formerly Senior Vice President and the guy who made Dan's take over of the company from Glenn Hightower possible,  are smaller level corporates, subcontractors for the Big Guys. ON HOW THIS HAPPENED
An org chart making these complexities clear will appear in the new edition of GREED - The NeoConning of America.
 Craig is now working diligently to make it to the next level, himself, at FireFly CPU.   For some strange reason Craig started using his born name, Allen C(raig) Franklin around the time he started FireFly.  You can see this on the WYSK website, which records for public viewing such details as where the company is incorporated.  FireFly filed its incorporation as a Delaware Limited Liability Company | Wysk # BHX7FLH.  They have six officers, who you can find HERE.

Now, what would we find out about Dan O'Dowd and Craig Franklin if we could position drones to report their most intimate and emotionally vulnerable moments with a well-placed drone which could, possibly, be using software they, themselves, produced? 
Dan works very hard to keep his face off the web.  You can check this by Googling him with Images.  He does not even have his name on the Green Hills Software, Inc., website, instead presenting these four guys.  TEAM
Dan's life long ambition is to have more money than Bill Gates.  Craig's ambitions are very different.  You can find out about those HERE.  

By Steven E. Greer, MD
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is truly an evil organization for many reasons. For example, they have a large feature section today touting drones as safe friendly ways to take family vacation photos.

Are you kidding me? 

The article states, “Flying a drone isn’t just exhilarating; it also fundamentally changed how I think about photography. It is hard to get excited about vintage filters on Instagram after shooting a drone selfie (call it a “dronie”) or panning hillside Napa vineyards at sunrise...”

Then, buried within the much larger article, one cover-your-ass statement goes, “I, too, am concerned about cameras fluttering outside my bedroom window. But we shouldn’t dismiss a technology that has the potential to empower us—safely—to record footage once available only to big-budget Hollywood productions and news choppers. Drones have even been used to record protests in Ukraine, Turkey and other areas. In reality, these consumer drones tend to make terrible spy machines, because most have cameras with wide-angle lenses and their propellers sound like swarm of angry bees. Still, people will think you’re a jerk if you fly one too close.“.  MORE

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Italy Tailors Rules To Allow UAVs, Military Aircraft in Civil Airspace

COMMENT -  There are sooo many reasons for Dan to want an office in Italy.  Amy is in Santa Barbara. Oh, yes.  And, of course they want drones in Italy, too.


Rules of the Road: Italy has established guidelines to allow UAVs, such as its Predator, and military aircraft to share civilian airspace.
Rules of the Road: Italy has established guidelines to allow UAVs, such as its Predator, and military aircraft to share civilian airspace. (Italian Air Force)
ROME — Italy is crafting regulations to manage the use of civilian airspace by military UAVs and aircraft.

While many UAV users are content to focus on how to fly their drones in war zones, where flight regulations are lax or nonexistent, the Italian Air Force has teamed with local civil aviation authorities over the past decade to work out UAV regulations for peacetime.

As well as flying its unarmed Predator or Reaper UAVs in Iraq, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Libya, a 2004 law has allowed Italy to send UAVs to patrol airspace over special events, including a 2007 visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin and the 2009 G-8 gathering.  MORE

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Iran claims to have copied U.S. stealth drone; what's the threat from this captured technology?

COMMENT - And will Dan O'Dowd be opening up a branch office for Green Hills in Iran?  If they can pay, and they can, the answer is probably YES!!!!!!!  Time will tell.....