China May Be Behind Massive Equifax Data Breach

Ever since word of the Equifax hack got out, there’s been one lingering question: was it a state-sponsored attack, or just criminals who took advantage of a security hole? At the moment, it looks like it might be the former. Bloomberg sources have shed light on the ongoing investigations into the breach, and they claim there are signs of a government’s involvement. The initial group of hackers weren’t particularly experienced, according to the tipsters, but they handed things over to a more “sophisticated” team. There are even hints that this might be the work of Chinese intelligence agents, although it’s not yet clear who’s responsible.

Engadget

“Standing Orders”


Be wary of “Standing Orders” to increase adult vaccination rates. In many hospitals, it is now standard policy that you have given permission to be vaccinated just by being there. In some instances, unconscious ICU patients have been vaccinated without knowledge or consent. Vaccine manufacturers are the main engineers behind this unethical and lucrative scheme. 

Standing Orders

Police Discourage Citizen Journalism, Encourage Running From Terrorists


Police chiefs have urged terrorist attack eyewitnesses to flee the scene of an incident, rather than using their smartphones to record video or take photos.

Metropolitan Police chiefs have singled out the recent attack at Parsons Green, where video of a smoke filled carriage was posted online within minutes of the attack.

The stark warning forms part of a new campaign that is aimed at ensuring children and teenagers are clued up on what to do in the event of a terror incident.

Yahoo UK

Macron Admits Globalist Plan To Conquer Europe


Paris (AFP) – French President Emmanuel Macron pleaded Tuesday for a new era of European integration, calling on his EU partners — particularly Germany — to raise their ambitions and go further in linking their economies, governments and armies.

The 39-year-old leader spoke for more than an hour and half in front of students at the Sorbonne university in Paris in a passionate speech that contained a raft of proposals for the 28-member European Union.

“The Europe that we know is too weak, too slow, too inefficient,” he said. “But Europe alone can give us the ability to act in the world faced with big contemporary challenges.”

Macron’s proposals for a post-Brexit shake-up included a finance minister, budget and parliament for the 19-member eurozone, as well as a European “rapid reaction force” to work with national armies.

AFP