1984/Police State: Freaky! The Ads Are Watching You
This blog covers the latest within the world of the emerging NWO Police State
Love them or hate them, advertisements are part of how businesses market themselves and are here to stay. What may not be so usual is that although ads are made to be watched by potential consumers, the ads may be watching back. If that sounds bizarre, consider what Corinne Purtill reported in a piece for the atlantic.com penned six months back: London pedestrians that summer who glanced at posters for an innocuous coffee brand called Bahio probably didn’t realize they were supplying data for what its creators are calling “the world’s first-ever artificially intelligent poster campaign.”
The product of M&C Saatchi, Posterscope, and Clear Channel, the posters collected more than 42,000 reactions over summer, according to The Guardian. In response to privacy concerns, M&C Saatchi insists that the company did not save “anything recognizable.” READ MORE
America’s Collapse, Martial Law, Police State & How the NWO Plan to Kill Us!
Is our Constitution under siege? Martial law warning!!! Many civil liberties advocates fear it might be. They’re worried about a provision tucked into the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, approved by the Senate last week, that would allow the military to detain without a trial any American citizen accused of being a terrorist, or of supporting terrorists who plot attacks against the United States. The ACLU called the proposal “an extreme position that will forever change our country.”
The indefinite detention provision is just one of many trends in policing and law enforcement that have civil liberties advocates alarmed. New external threats, as well as technological advancements, are posing new challenges to our Constitutional rights, advocates say. Policymakers are debating those issues in Congress and in the courts right now, and the decisions they make could have fundamental consequences for what it means to be an American.
United States Martial Law
Here are five issues that are especially worrisome to civil liberties watchdogs:
1. Indefinite military detentions of U.S. citizens
The provision, part of the bill that authorizes Pentagon spending for 2012, was drafted by Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan and Sen. John McCain of Arizona, and has bipartisan support in the Senate The bill, however, takes the power to arrest and detain terrorists away from law enforcement officials, like the police or FBI, and gives it to the military, which, under the law, would have the power to imprison an American
2. Targeting U.S. citizens
At a national security conference last week, the lawyers for the Obama administration, CIA counsel Stephen Preston and Pentagon counsel Jeh Johnson, said American citizens are legitimate targets
3. Arresting witnesses for recording police actions
The raids at Occupy Wall Street encampments across the country have earned media attention primarily for their glaring instances of police brutality. But they’ve also tested the boundaries of police authority when it comes to limiting media access to police operations
4. Using GPS to track your every move
The Supreme Court is scheduled to rule soon on a case that could have far-reaching consequences for privacy in the 21st Century. The justices were asked to decide whether the police could use GPS devices to track people suspected of crimes without first obtaining a warrant. Police across the country use GPS devices to track the movements of thousands of criminal suspects every year, but critics say the practice violates the Fourth Amendment prohibition against “unreasonable searches and seizures.”
5. Surveillance drones spying on American soil
These drones, and other tactics imported from battlefield to American soil, are an example of how the “war on terror” has threatened core protections guaranteed to American citizens by the Constitution, civil liberties advocates say. The erosion of these protections has been supported by both Democrats and Republicans alike. And, as the ACLU put it, the debate over these tactics “goes to the very heart of who we are as Americans.”
How the NWO Plan to Kill Us– John Little –
I am often amazed at how resilient God’s creation is. King David spoke of us as being ‘fearfully and wonderfully made‘, and it is one of the reasons why it is so hard to kill us off. With all the horrible diseases and famines that have swept through human history, there have always been survivors.
This poses a thorny problem for the Satanic New World Order Elites who want to reduce population down to one billion – or less. Worse, as I mentioned yesterday, time is not on their side. They need to get a rapid population reduction going before we use up what they think of as their own.
The question of course is how.
How the NWO Plan to Kill UsZbigniew Brzezinski is famous for having said:
Today, it is infinitely easier to kill one million people than to control one million people.
– Zbigniew Brzezinski
That chilling pronouncement was made on November 17th, 2008, before the British Luciferian Elites of Chatham House, the ever-so-English version of the CFR. And, it is a chilling foreshadowing of the future.
They are going to murder billions of people over the next few years, and they don’t seem to care very much if you know it.
I know that this is hard to get your head around, and it took me a while for that idea to sink in. But, the evidence is incontrovertible. They want us dead, and they will kill us when the time is right.
Well, the time for that has come.
But, they have a little problem. We’re not easy to kill. God has given us an excellent set of survival instincts and clever minds. We are good at figuring ways to avoid death – which is why there are over seven billion of us on this planet.
When disease breaks out, we run away (sometimes spreading it). Or, we quarantine each other until the disease goes away.
When famine breaks out, we also run away, or figure out ways to get food.
When war breaks out, we either fight or go to places where there isn’t war.
So, what are the Satanic New World Order Elites going to do?
READ : Water treatment plant hacked, chemical mix changed for tap supplies!
If I Were One Of The Evil EliteIf I were these people-of-uncertain parentage, I would give money and weapons to genocidal maniacs in the countryside, terrorizing farmers and promise sanctuary. Then I would launch anti-agriculture bioweapons to destroy crops and livestock – and promise food aid in the cities.
As starvation started to reach into the cities, lack of food would weaken resistance to disease. So then, I would launch my other biological weapons, like Ebola. Once the plagues have run their course, the genocidal maniacs that I’ve been giving guns and weapons to would move in and kill the survivors.
And, NOBODY is more genocidal than devout muslims.
Will they do it just like that?
It’s hard to say. They’ve spent decades trying to figure out the best way to make it happen, and I believe that we see hints in their plans in Africa.
AfricaI can’t think of too many places in the world that has suffered more than Africa. The images of suffering and death are truly heart-breaking, and I would stop this terrible curse, if I could. Unfortunately, their ‘curse’ has a name attached to it, and we normally refer to them as the Illuminati.
Most of the wars and famines have an external cause, and if you follow the money long enough, you find players in the New World Order – people like Zbigniew Brzezinski andHenry Kissinger. And even THEY aren’t the real players. They just represent their dark masters. But, their activities give us clues as to what they might want us to do.
Remember that every project requires a testing faze, if you want to guarantee success. And, the more real-world the conditions of that testing phase, the better the chance of success. And, it appears to me that Africa has been their testing ground for decades.
Wars, diseases and famines have swept that continent for decades, and you didn’t have to look far to see the involvement of Luciferian elites. And, the fact that they are more racist than Hitler made the choice of Africa perfectly logical.
EbolaThat’s why I sense the hand of these elites in the latest Ebola outbreak. The outbreak of one strain of such a disease could be considered happenstance. But, when you have acompletely different strain of Ebola break out in a completely different location, I smell a rat, and you should too.
I also smell a rat in name that they gave this family of viruses:
Really? A LOVE Virus? (Filo, or Philo is Greek for love)
And, each member of this family is a Filovirus. Here are the members:
- Ebola virus – sometimes referred to as Zaire ebolavirus
Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.
Sorry. I sense enemy action.
Yes, I know that Filoviruses mutate easily, but this is just a little too convenient for my taste. But, feel free to decide for yourself.
The point is that this is one of the worst killers that we know of, and a lot like a test release – to see if it will do the job that they want it to.
It won’t do the job, but it might come close.
Anti-Agriculture BioweaponsEnter anti-agriculture biological weapons.
We know that the United States has developed an array of biological weapons that target crops, here are just a few that we know of, for sure:
- Phytophthora infestans – (aka, Potato Blight)
- Magnaporthe grisea – (aka, Rice Blast and Wheat Blast)
- Cochliobolus miyabeanus – (aka, Rice Brown Spot)
- Stem rust – (aka, Wheat Stem Rust)
Law Enforcement Turn to NSA Surveillance Data to Track Crime: “It Was Only A Matter of Time”
This article was written by Joshua Krause and originally published at The Daily Sheeple.
Editor’s Comment: Once the system has tilted towards concentrated and unaccountable power, the abuses and tyranny become inevitable. Americans stood down as the NSA on the 4th Amendment and stoked terror threats in order to justify its wholesale cataloging of the American people.
From here, the data collection will only increase. The next wave of technology will do even more to read into our actions and behaviors, and the data on that will become part of the effort to track everything and create a dominion over the nation. Beware, things are going dark.
It’s Official: NSA Data Will Soon be Used by Domestic Law Enforcement
by Joshua Krause
If you’re reading this, then I’m willing to bet that you’ve been called many different names throughout your life. If I were to hazard a guess, I would say they were names like kook, paranoid, conspiracy theorist, alarmist, insane, or gullible. And after this week, you can go by a new name: Vindicated.
I’m of course talking about recent revelations from the NSA. Long before Edward Snowden came along, it was no secret that the NSA was spying on everyone without good cause. Anyone who believed that fact was called a conspiracy theorist, but their fears were eventually validated.
These same people also understood that the NSA’s surveillance powers would never be used exclusively against terrorists and hostile governments. The power they have is just too tempting for any government. If various government agencies weren’t using the NSA’s surveillance apparatus to solve domestic crimes, it was only a matter of time before it was used for just that.
And again, they called us conspiracy theorists for believing that. And again, we were right all long.
A while back, we noted a report showing that the “sneak-and-peek” provision of the Patriot Act that was alleged to be used only in national security and terrorism investigations has overwhelmingly been used in narcotics cases. Now the New York Times reports that National Security Agency data will be shared with other intelligence agencies like the FBI without first applying any screens for privacy. The ACLU of Massachusetts blog Privacy SOS explains why this is important:Anybody who knows anything about how governments work, should not surprised. You can’t give them any kind of power, and expect them to use it responsibly. You can’t give them any stipulations. Eventually they’ll find a legal loophole to work around any limitations that have been placed on them.
What does this rule change mean for you? In short, domestic law enforcement officials now have access to huge troves of American communications, obtained without warrants, that they can use to put people in cages. FBI agents don’t need to have any “national security” related reason to plug your name, email address, phone number, or other “selector” into the NSA’s gargantuan data trove. They can simply poke around in your private information in the course of totally routine investigations. And if they find something that suggests, say, involvement in illegal drug activity, they can send that information to local or state police. That means information the NSA collects for purposes of so-called “national security” will be used by police to lock up ordinary Americans for routine crimes.
In other news, the Pentagon admitted this week that they’ve been deploying military drones over the United States for domestic surveillance purposes. Much like the NSA’s surveillance apparatus, we were assured that drones were for terrorists in faraway lands. Nothing so Orwellian would ever be used against ordinary American citizens at home. Yet here we are, with more to come.
Perhaps you’re beginning to see a pattern. Everything our government uses against foreign enemies, eventually makes its way back home. Every war is an opportunity to try out new technologies, before turning around and using them against American citizens. It just goes to show, that war really is the health of the state.
The UK is about to become a more hellish version of George Orwell’s 1984
Over the past few weeks, the FBI has been trying to force Apple into helping it open the iPhone 5c that belonged to San Bernadino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook.
Apple has refused – and a slew of other tech companies have joined the tech giant in claiming that what the FBI wants poses a danger not to just would-be criminals, but everybody that carries a smartphone.
But in the UK, the government is trying to push through a draconian law that would force internet service providers and technology giants to build secret security flaws into their technology to allow them to be accessed by police and the security services on demand.
A draft code of practice published alongside the government’s Investigatory Powers Bill would also ban tech companies from revealing if they had been asked to install the backdoor technology.
In the paper, it states that the Home Secretary will have the power to force firms to provide the “technical capability” to allow the security services to access communication data as well as undertake “interception” and “equipment interference”.
The bill allows the Home Secretary to order the removal of “electronic protection”, which technology companies say means encryption.
As The Times reports, an executive of a large tech company said, “people shouldn’t be in any doubt, the government is pushing for some of the most invasive surveillance legislation out there today.”
Ministers are even offering to use taxpayers’ cash to help firms such as Apple, Facebook and Google pay for the extra costs of building a backdoor into messaging and other types of app.
Nicola Blackwood MP, chair of the Science & Technology Committee, recently told Tech Radar:
“There are widespread doubts over the definition, not to mention the definability, of a number of the terms used in the draft bill. The government must urgently review the legislation so that the obligations on the industry are clear and proportionate.”When a law uses vague terminology, it creates a hell of a lot of wriggle room for state agencies to do things that push the limits of what spying on people is allowed to include. Perhaps the best example is the wording of Section 215 of the Patriot’s Act in the United States.
The description of where and when it is appropriate to gather digital information on members of the public means the NSA is allowed to collect everyone’s records in order to identify terrorists living among us.
Motherboard has a great explanation of the implications of all this.
While Apple and FBI’s ongoing tussle has dominated the headlines, it’s more alarming that an advanced, Western democracy is actively attempting to become a more terrifying version of George Orwell’s 1984.
Speaking of which, Joe Cannataci, the UN’s special rapporteur on the right to privacy has said the UK’s privacy laws are a “joke” and went into detail about how Orwellian Britain’s views on privacy have become.
“If you look at CCTV alone, at least Winston [Winston Smith in Orwell’s novel 1984] was able to go out in the countryside and go under a tree and expect there wouldn’t be any screen, as it was called. Whereas today there are many parts of the English countryside where there are more cameras than George Orwell could ever have imagined. So the situation in some cases is far worse already.”If the companies who have queued up in support of Apple over recent weeks are anything to go by, this sort of move by the British government could threaten the UK and in particular, London’s claim to be the tech capital of Europe.
As someone who works in technology in the UK, I cannot help but feel saddened that the government, who already has been declared the world’s most surveilled somehow feels that British citizens aren’t safe unless our privacy becomes a thing of the past.
While many of our readers have grown up in an age where handing over our digital information is part and process of living online, we need to understand that while this is being done in the name of protection, nothing is safe from corruption and abuse.
We cannot possibly predict how this information is going to be used in future so we need to resist the seductive idea of protection at the expense of liberty and the right to a private life.
FBI Quietly Started Spying On US Schools Children
Flying Drone Billboards Are the Future We Deserve
When listing all the ways humanity is going to ruin the future, one that doesn’t often come up is the sun being blocked out by a horde of drone advertising blimps. But that hasn’t stopped one Swiss firm from working hard to make it a reality. Skye Aero is a project to build 10-foot helium-filled balloons, with small propellers attached to give better control than your average blimp.
The benefits are a much bigger aircraft—useful when you want to advertise to people—and one that won’t crash the second it loses power, or bumps into anyone. It’s not a totally new design—British band Muse have been using a fleet of similar drones on their most recent tour—but Swiss firm Aerotain’s design stands out, due to its soul-sucking practicality. The company thinks Aerotain will be a perfect, audience-engaging advertising platform, which is probably true, but a little too consumerist to get excited about. READ MORE
The United Nations/ATF Are Installing Spy Boxes Above Your House
Attorney General Loretta Lynch stated that:
“The Strong Cities Network will serve as a vital tool to strengthen capacity-building and improve collaboration,” Lynch proclaimed for the United Nations SCN launch. “As we continue to counter a range of domestic and global terror threats, this innovative platform will enable cities to learn from one another, to develop best practices and to build social cohesion and community resilience here at home and around the world.”This quote by Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, is a thinly veiled announcement that Americans are going to be spied upon like never before because of the need to prevent the (artificially created) terror threat. It is an excuse for full frontal spying on the American people.
As of September 29, 2015, the Strong Cities Network was announced. It is described on the Strong Cities Network website as “a global network of local authorities united in building resilience to prevent violent extremism.” And, again, to prevent “violent extremism”, one must preemptively spy upon all the population to prevent “terrorism”.
Why is the ATF putting surveillance boxes on top of utility power lines on private property without a court order? Amazingly, the ATF states that they can basically do whatever they want, whenever they want. Legally, they are correct. The US Constitution is dead. This treaty that we entered into (SCN) supersedes all other arrangements. AND THIS WAS ALL DONE WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE SENATE WHICH IS REQUIRED FOR ALL TREATIES.
Here Is What UN/STG Spying Looks LikeFrom Phoenix ABC 15 NEWS
The bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Explosives came forward Thursday, admitting that a box spotted and removed from an SRP power pole on 21st and Glendale avenues belonged to them and was part of an ongoing investigation.Here is the TV report from ABC 15 in Phoenix
ATF officials would not elaborate on the investigation and would not say if they were conducting surveillance in the area.
“I don’t feel safer,” said Brian Clegg, who called ABC15 about the box on the power pole behind his house.
Clegg was suspicious there could be cameras installed in the boxes but ATF would not confirm that.
“I feel that my privacy has been violated,” said Clegg. “It’s right behind my house.”
There are homes, a high school, an apartment complex and a strip mall in the area. The strip mall has a salon, pet grooming store, alterations business, ammunition store and a barber shop.
“It makes me feel like they’re up to something grimy,” said Kevin Moreno who is a manager at the barber shop.
SRP (utility company) tells ABC15 they had no idea the box was installed on their power pole. They said ATF has to notify them or work with them if they have an object on their property.
ATF tells ABC15 depending on the investigation and security they can put security measures in place without permission. [Ed. Please note the ATF is admitting that this is for security (i.e. spying)].
They (ATF) say in this case they “acted within their bounds” but would not elaborate. (Ed. the “bounds means the UN Strong Cities Program agreed to by Attorney General Lynch.