the murder of Jack Kennedy, LBJ began digging this grave for the freedom
that once typified the United States, at least in theory. However strange
it might seem, those dark-forces that LBJ represented have still not quite
managed to finish our funeral-arrangements. Because while the Flame of
Freedom is Flickering around the world-that 'flame' is still burning brightly
wherever it's light is being threatened.
- This morning in the Middle-East virtually every nation
that was involved in throwing off their chains of slavery, not so long
ago, are finding themselves again having to do it all-over-again. The irony
is that despite the introduction of tanks and tyranny in Syria, and Libya;
Egypt and Tunisia are fighting back, AGAIN, while Palestine and every other
nation threatened in the region are continuing to defy the outlaw-armies
of the Shadow-Empire, as people everywhere from Bahrain to Saudi Arabia
continue to defy those that would enslave them all.
- A 'perfect-answer' to this last-ditch attempt to enforce
tyranny with dying military forces is being carried out in Palestine, that
62 year-long open-wound; wherein the world has ignored the actions of the
American-Israeli-Nazi-Party that has tried and FAILED to crush the life
out of the remaining people under their boots in the still-smoldering ruins
of what was once Palestine! Here's a two minute and 33 second video on
the nature of RESISTANCE and the price that must be paid by those still
using force to have their way with all the rest of us! (1)
- Beyond the obvious, around the world, there is also this
vile and unavoidable set of facts that give lie to Obamanations' election-promises
for real CHANGE. He was using Double-Speak instead.
- Here's the list:
- "When President Obama talked about a transparent
administration during the run up to the 2008 election most Americans assumed
he was talking about openness in government dealings. Obviously, this is
not the case, as evidenced by the administration's handling of the universal
health care legislation which was passed without a single American having
had a chance to read it for 72 hours before a vote as the President promised
would be the case with all legislation, refusal to release photographic
evidence of the Osama Bin Laden raid, the President's own birth certificate
which has taken two years to be made public, and the many secret meetings
held with Congressional members behind closed doors.
- As modern technology continues to advance at breakneck
speeds, just as the merger of the corporations and the state are occurring
within political circles, so to are they becoming more prevalent in the
- Fellow Americans, everything you do is being monitored.
What You Do Online Is No Secret: As you sit in the perceived privacy of
your own home reading this article, a log of your surfing habits and preferred
reading or video viewing subjects is being created. Your IP address, that
unique identifier the points specifically to the broadband line connected
to your home modem, is time stamped with every web site you visit. Everything
you watch at video web sites, everything you download online, and even
your search queries are logged. You don't even have to have an account
with a major online service provider your IP is sufficient
but that user account you create is used to further improve your personal
profile and characteristics.
- We can see you. We can hear you. Not only are your actions
logged, but if you were deemed a person of interest for whatever reason,
that little camera staring back at you on top of your monitor or that microphone
built directly into your PC can be flipped on for remote surveillance at
any time. While Aaron's furniture or the local school district may need
to install special software to remotely view what you're doing in your
bedroom, public sector intelligence groups operating on equipment that
is technologically advanced compared to the consumer products of today
is perfectly capable of entering your 'secure' home network and turning
on those video and audio features and you'd have absolutely no clue
it's going on.
- Your cell phone is a mobile monitoring device. Much like
your computer, all modern day cell phones come with cameras. And they all
have a microphone. It is no secret that law enforcement agencies have the
ability to easily tap these devices and listen and watch anything that's
going on. This capability is essentially hard-wired right into the phone.
In fact, it has been reported that even if your cell phone is turned completely
off, the microphone can still be remotely activated. The only known solution
is to remove the battery if you want to ensure complete privacy. Sounds
pretty far-fetched doesn't it? Up until two weeks ago, so did the notion
that Apple and Android phones could track and log everywhere you go.
- We now know that this is exactly what's happening, and
literally, every movement you make is tracked within inches of your location.
A log of everywhere you have been has been logged if your cell phone was
in your pocket. Phone Conversation and Email Analysis. If you haven't guessed
yet, phones can be dangerous to your personal privacy. In the
- 1990s, the few alternative media web sites on the internet
often discussed a little know operation in Europe called Echelon. It was
hard core tin foil conspiracy type stuff. You know, the kind where intelligence
agencies were plugged into the entire phone, fax and email grids and had
computers analyzing conversations in multiple languages looking for keywords
and keyword strings. If you said a specific word, your conversation was
immediately red-flagged and distributed to appropriate intel desks. As
sci-fi as this may sound, it turns out that the 'conspiracy theorists'
were 100% correct about Echelon. Its existence has been confirmed by the
US government. Of course, no such system could possibly exist here domestically.
- Your pictures are not private. When you snap those photos
of the kids in the front yard and subsequently post those pictures on your
favorite social network, guess what? That's right, an inquiring viewer
on your social networking account can track exactly where that picture
was taken. Remember that location logging thing with your cell phone? It
turns out that every single picture you take with most newer model cell
phones will be tagged with specific GPS coordinates. When you upload that
picture anywhere online, that location information becomes publicly available.
So anyone who wants to know can now track down exactly where it is your
kids were when the picture was taken, or, where exactly you were if you
happened to engage in an activity that may be deemed illegal.
- The social network. For many, it's fun to spend every
waking hour updating the rest of the world on what we're doing. We publish
our thoughts. We upload our pictures. We even click a like button at the
end of articles like this one to let people know what we're into and what
they should be reading. As social networking becomes bigger, connecting
hundreds of millions of people across the world, so to does the profiling
of members of these networks. Have you agreed with what a certain person
has said in a recent post? If they're a person-of-interest for whatever
reason, then guess what? You've just become one too. Did your friend recently
take a picture of you at a party getting rowdy? Once that hits the social
network, facial recognition technology will identify you and publish your
name for all the world to see, including current or future employers. It's
a social network, and its purpose is to learn everything about you. Perhaps
this is why key U.S. intelligence agencies made no effort to hide their
$5 billion investment in the largest network in the world recently. Social
networking is a critical tool in the struggle to categorize every person
- Toll tags and license plates. Even if you've given up
the cell phone and prefer to go without for privacy reasons, when you drive
around town you may have noticed those little intersection cameras
at least four of them on every major (or more regularly now, minor)
intersection. While most of them may not be tied to the computer processing
systems yet, some, and especially those in sensitive areas and toll booths
can automatically read your license plate. Like your cell phone, your position
can be logged on a regular basis with either your toll tag or simply, your
license plate. Impossible? Not really. Especially when you consider that
the information required to track your personal movements are nothing but
a few data bytes. All anyone really needs to keep extensive records is
a bigger hard drive.
- We know your underwear size. Admittedly, we sometimes
have a hard time remembering what size pants or shirts we need to purchase.
But while our memory may be failing, private data aggregators have plenty
of it, and the processing power to boot. Everything you have ever bought
with a credit card or membership club card is sent off for processing and
aggregation to centralized data centers. While you may use a Visa card
at one store, a MasterCard at another, and pay cash with a grocery membership
card somewhere else, it's as easy as finding your name and cross referencing
that on your cards and your entire shopping profile can be created.
The purpose, we're told, is to better improve our shopping experience and
provide market data to companies so that they can improve their advertising.
We can only guess at who else has access to this information, which happens
to be very easily accessible and widely available for a small fee.
- Radio Frequency Identification. Say you've decided to
scrap cell phones, internet surfing and electronic payment or membership
cards. And, you choose to walk everywhere you go. Not a problem for enterprising
surveillance technologists. Large retail distributors have already begun
implementing RFID technologies into every major product on store shelves.
For now, most of the RFID tracking is limited to transportation and inventory
control and is designed to track products on the pallet level. Tracking
capabilities are improving, however, and are quickly being implemented
on the individual product level. That means when you buy a soda at your
local grocery store, an RFID monitoring station will be capable of tracking
that soda across the entire city, with the goal eventually being whether
or not you put that aluminum can in a trashcan or a recycle bin once you
were finished drinking it. One day, you may be issued a ticket by a law
enforcement computer automatically for failing to dispose of your trash
properly. Again, it's simply an issue of hard drive space and processing
power and technology will soon get over that hurdle. All electronics,
clothing, food packaging, and just about everything else will soon contain
a passive RFID chip.
- Ripping Data Off Your Private, Secure, chip-enhanced
personal identification cards. Passports, driver's licenses, credit cards,
cell phones they all store data. Personal data like banking information,
birth date, social security numbers, pictures, phone books basically
everything you've ever wanted to keep private. As storage technology further
integrates into our daily lives, and everything from our passports to our
health insurance cards contains a digital chip that stores our private
information, it will become much easier to rip that data from your purse
or wallet without ever touching you. A recent report indicated that local
law enforcement officials now have devices that, when you're pulled over,
can remotely pull all of the data on your cell phone. This demonstrates
how simple it is for anyone, be it law enforcement or criminals, to gain
access to everything about you including you personal travel habits.
- Eye in the sky. We've previously reported about domestic
drone programs in Houston and Miami. Local and state law enforcement agencies
are increasingly adding Federal and military technologies to their surveillance
arsenals. Drones have the capability of flying quietly and at high altitude,
while monitoring multiple targets simultaneously. It's been reported that
domestic drones can not only monitor in the visible light spectrum, but
night vision and infrared. That means they can 'see' what you're doing
in your home behind closed doors. Incidentally, there have been reports
of roaming ground patrols with similar infrared technology, capable of
seeing right through your walls. This is not science fiction this
is reality right now. Combine this with real-time spy agency satellites
and interested parties have the ability to see and hear you, even when
you're locked indoors with computers and cell phones disabled.
- Security cameras. We've already discussed traffic cams.
But cameras are not limited to just the government. Residences, retailers
and even day cares are now interconnecting camera security systems with
online web browsing. And, as we pointed out earlier, these are easily subject
to unauthorized access. Certain cities in the US are now allowing residents
to register their personal or business camera systems with the city to
allow for local police monitoring. The government doesn't need to push
the technology on us. The people willingly accept the technology en masse
in exchange for a sense of being more secure.
- I See Something! When all else fails, the last bastion
of surveillance is human intel. It's been used by oppressive regimes for
millennia. The Nazis used it. The Communists used it (and do to this day).
It was very effective. And now, we're using it. Remember, if you See Something,
Say Something. Even if what someone sees is not accurately represented
because of mis-perception, you can be assured that when they say something
rapid response units will be on the scene to diffuse the situation.
- Fusing It All Together
- What is the purpose ? It depends who you ask.
- Local law enforcement will tell you it's to protect the
safety of the public. Federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies
say it's to prevent terrorism. Apple and Android tells us it's so that
they can produce better mobile products and services. Retailers want more
customer data so they can improve advertising and marketing.
- Whatever the case, it's clear that almost everything
we do, whether it's in the privacy of our own homes or on public streets,
can be tracked, monitored, and logged.
- As technology improves and the internet interconnects
even more nodes, the information collected by the public, private and personal
sectors will be further aggregated, cross referenced and analyzed. Your
personal profile will become more detailed, including your shopping habits,
hobbies, likes, dislikes, political affiliation, reading preferences, friends,
and potentially your psychological and emotional status.
- All of this information will eventually be fused into
one large database. In fact, the government has already setup well over
fifty fusion centers around the nation. What goes on in these centers is
kept strictly confidential, and there doesn't seem to be any agency in
charge of them, but we know they exist, and we know that their purpose
is to acquire, aggregate and act on whatever information they have available
to them. These are fairly new, appearing just over the last several years.
But be assured that as processing power and software technology improves,
so too will the surveillance capabilities of fusion like facilities, whether
they belong to government, private industry or criminal industry. (2)
- Regardless of whatever else these ominous facts above
might bring to light there are a couple of things that tell us far more
specifically, just what this government is up to lately. For instance in
the case of the Madrid Fault FEMA-EXERCISE this government has already
bought and distributed 40 Million body bags, and enough food and water
to supply 7 million survivors with food and water for two weeks. That tells
us that the Shadow-Empire is serious about what will be happening in and
around the New Madrid Fault Zone. This EXERCISE was begun on April 28,
and is still pending.
- If you choose to disbelieve in the enormity of the FACT
that this government plans to Kill 40 Million people; then you're welcome
to whatever happens to you. If you choose to fight this planned murder
of forty million people then welcome to the resistance! (3)
- 1) Return to Palestine - video
- 2) Americans Everything you do is monitored
- 3) Tracking the Dreamslayers