Humint Events Online: 33s of the Day

Saturday, May 09, 2015

33s of the Day

Weirdest story I've seen in a  while:
This week, the three people were charged with impersonating police officers. They are David Henry, who told Johnson he was the police chief, Tonette Hayes and Brandon Kiel, an aide to state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris. It turns out Henry, Hayes and Kiel had allegedly introduced themselves to police agencies across the state, though it is unclear why. 
A website claiming to represent their force cites connections to the Knights Templars that they say go back 3,000 years. The site also said that the department had jurisdiction in 33 states and Mexico. “When asked what is the difference between the Masonic Fraternal Police Department and other police departments, the answer is simple for us. We were here first!” the website said.

Another terrible trend of capitalism:
Several industries have become notorious for the millions they spend on influencing legislation and getting friendly candidates into office: Big Oil, Big Pharma and the gun lobby among them. But one has managed to quickly build influence with comparatively little scrutiny: Private prisons. 
The two largest for-profit prison companies in the United States – GEO and Corrections Corporation of America – and their associates have funneled more than $10 million to candidates since 1989 and have spent nearly $25 million on lobbying efforts. Meanwhile, these private companies have seen their revenue and market share soar. 
They now rake in a combined $3.3 billion in annual revenue and the private federal prison population more than doubled between 2000 and 2010, according to a report by the Justice Policy Institute. Private companies house nearly half of the nation’s immigrant detainees, compared to about 25 percent a decade ago, a Huffington Post report found. In total, there are now about 130 private prisons in the country with about 157,000 beds.  

And in a piece on outsourcing of jobs, we find that Nike employs 333,000 people in Vietnam.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nike employs exactly 333,000 people in Vietnam? You really believe that?
And the EXACTLY 53.3 billion figure.
You really believe that too?

The one thing that is ALWAYS missing with this 33 numerology superstition
is any PROOF that the evil PTB actually PLANNED these alleged numbers cited.

How did they know in advance that
these numbers would be some combination of 3s - e.g. annual revenue.

With all due respect, those of us who know how to think critically and use rational reasoning to reach conclusions, find it unfathomable that an intelligent blogger would promote such obvious nonsense,

8:23 PM  

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