Commotion: Community Wireless Peer to Peer Network

Commotion is a free, open-source communication tool that uses wireless devices to create decentralized mesh networks. Commotion provides a way for you to share your Internet connection with the people around you, but it is not a replacement for your Internet connection. Read more about how Commotion works on our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Wireless mesh networks allow devices to connect directly to each other without going through a centralized point. Mesh networks are self-healing and can grow organically. They also allow for easy sharing of services over the network, such as Internet and applications.

Hurricane Katrina: FEMA Turned Away Aid, Rescue Crews, Cut Emergency Communication Lines: Witnesses

Agency draws ire of frustrated volunteers and donors

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, several witnesses have alleged that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) turned away volunteers who were ready to help New Orleans residents people trapped in their flooded homes. Other witnesses have said that FEMA turned away offers of aid, prevented water and fuel from reaching people on the ground, and cut emergency communications lines.

The agency has cited security and safety concerns.

On September first, Sheriff’s deputies and emergency personnel from Loudon County, Virginia, responded to a request from Jefferson Parrish in Louisiana for aid and set off towards the disaster area on the Gulf Coast. According to the Loudon Times-Mirror, “Sheriff Steve Simpson and his staff spent 12 hours trying to get the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the State of Louisiana Emergency Operations Center to act.”

“They didn’t, and the 20 deputies and six emergency medical technicians–all volunteers–turned around and came back to Loudoun.”

According to a report in the Orlando Sentinel, “up to 500 airboat pilots” volunteered to help rescue flood victims. “We cannot get deployed to save our behinds,” Robert Dummett, state coordinator of the Florida Airboat Association, was quoted as saying. He added that the boaters, who spent thousands of dollars stocking their boats to help in the rescue effort, “are physically sick, watching the New Orleans coverage and knowing that the resources to help these poor people is sitting right in our driveways.”

However, the report said, “[FEMA] will not authorize the airboaters to enter New Orleans. Without that permission, they would be subject to arrest and would not receive security and support services.”

According to a FEMA official, it’s a matter of security. “Right now, private citizens trying to go into those impacted areas are more hindrance than help.”

For other eyewitness reports, however, explanations are not forthcoming. In a televised interview with CNN’s Meet the Press, for example, Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard said that “we had 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel on a Coast Guard vessel docked in my parish. The Coast Guard said, ‘Come get the fuel right away.’ When we got there with our trucks, they got a word. ‘FEMA says don’t give you the fuel.'”

Broussard also said that FEMA cut “all of our emergency communication lines.”

“They cut them without notice. Our sheriff, Harry Lee, goes back in, he reconnects the line. He posts armed guards on our line and says, ‘No one is getting near these lines.'”…

FEMA Cut Communication Lines in New Orleans After Katrina

Reverse False Flag: Fake Govt Conditioning Public for New Attack?

A co-host for the Young Turks thinks that a “conveniently timed war” or “terrorist attack” could help Donald Trump turn out Republican voters for the mid-terms.

In an article for CNBC, John Iadarola, a left-wing political pundit, warns that the “blue wave” that is expected to see Democrats regain the House may not transpire if Trump can rally his base.

“The base that today might be weary of Trump could rally to his defense if they believed they faced some true threat, in the form of a conveniently timed war, terrorist attack, or existential threat to Donald Trump’s presidency itself,” writes Iadarola.

Iadarola does not clarify whether the “conveniently timed” war or terrorist attack could come about as a result of conspiracy or mere happenstance.

He goes on to complain that there is a right-wing “defamation campaign against Special Counsel Robert Mueller” and that “racist defunding of polling places in lower socioeconomic areas” could cost Democrats crucial votes.

This is not the first time that a terror attack has been suggested as a way Republicans could keep hold of the House this November.

In January, the Washington Post published a report that Trump was telling his advisers, “he doesn’t think the 2018 election has to be as bad as others are predicting.”

The report claimed that Trump went on to highlight how Republicans enjoyed mid-term success in 2002 as a result of the September 11, 2011 terror attacks.

This prompted a rash of alarmist responses from left-wing outlets like Alternet and Vox which implied that Trump was somehow hoping for a terror attack to improve his fortunes.

One possibility: an attempted assassination of trump which they are not at all sure of succeeding.   If it fails, they don’t want it to backfire completely.   They can always claim it was a hoax staged by trump to begin with.

Another possibility: war with russia and probably china is still front and center on the agenda for the Dear State.   They could stage a false flag implicating one or the other, attempt to force trump to go along with a likely devastating war and be prepared to blame him for the pr fallout if he refuses.

Seriously, this is the level of second guessing you have to engage in if you want to have any chance at all of understanding what’s going on.   Our lucifieran overlords know that initial beliefs are the most resistant to change, that’s why they insist on torturing newborn babies and toxifying their birth imprints.   It’s the emotional/conceptual framework on which decisions are made for years to come.   Keeping an open mind can be difficult, but in an age of wholesale brainwashing it’s essential.

Might trump in fact stage a false flag for some purpose?   Of course, if he was totally stupid.   A successful false flag requires the cooperation of the media and it’s clear the media hates the anyone-but-hillary administration with a passion which borders on insanity.   Bush and obama could count on the media in their 9/11 and repeated gun massacre staged events because they were all part of Dear State’s plans.   Trump has no such assurances.


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UK Porton Down Lab UNABLE to identify Russia as “source” of Novichok poison

Sky News reports that the Chief of Britain’s Military Research Center of Porton Down says experts were unable to identify the precise source of nerve agent that was used in poisoning Sergei and Yulia Skripal.

In what can only be described as a complete and massive embarrassment to the ‘Theresa May – Boris Johnson’ hoax poisoning narrative that has been pushed by western mainstream media over the last two weeks, scientists from Porton Down have not been able to establish where the Novichok nerve agent used to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal was made.

New Jersey Bill Would Phase Out Mercury Vaccines; Reject Federal Narrative

TRENTON, N.J. (April 2, 2018) – A bill introduced in the New Jersey House would phase out vaccines containing mercury and push back against federal narratives on vaccinations.

Representative Valerie Huttle (D-37) introduced Assembly Bill 3569 (A3569) on March 12. The legislation would phase out the use of vaccines that contain mercury over a three-year period.

Under the proposed law, beginning January 1, 2019, health care providers would be prohibited from administering an influenza vaccine that contains more than 0.5 micrograms of mercury per 0.25 milliliter dose for children under three years of age, and 1.0 microgram of mercury per 0.5 milliliter dose for persons over three years of age, along with any other vaccine that contains more than a trace amount of mercury. Beginning January 1, 2020, health care providers would be prohibited from administering vaccines that contain more than a trace amount of mercury. Beginning January 1, 2021, health care providers would be entirely prohibited from administering vaccines containing mercury.

A3569 provides for an exception for instances in which the New Jersey Commissioner of Health determines that vaccines containing a higher level of mercury than provided for in the bill are necessary to prevent or respond to an outbreak of disease or that there are insufficient amounts of these vaccines to adequately protect the public health.

The bill would also require those receiving a vaccine containing more than a trace amount of mercury be informed in advance that the vaccine contains mercury….

Painfully slow and inadequate, yet it does demonstrate the potential.