Archive for August, 2014
By (Eric Peters)
Do we live in a police state? What other state forces non-criminals to submit to fingerprinting in order to obtain permission to drive? Or merely to exist? The state of Texas does. So do the states of California, Georgia and Colorado. Soon, the entire United States is likely to require it. Indeed, already does – under the auspices of the REAL ID Act.
Under the USA Patriot Act the state of Michigan (and other states) requires over-the-road truckers not merely to be fingerprinted but also that they submit to a background check once every four years, if they wish to be able to transport “hazardous” materials.
How does all this make you feel? Free?
The state will claim that forcing people to queue up like cons and submit to being “inked” is merely (here it comes) for their own good. To protect them against identity fraud and so on. But what has this to do with driving?
So, this idea that one can opt-out of being fingerprinted by electing not to get the state’s permission to drive is preposterous. It is akin to demanding that people either submit to fingerprinting in order to use a computer (or a telephone) or give up using computers or telephones. No, it’s worse than that. Because it is feasible – though difficult – to live without a computer or a phone. It is not feasible to live without a government ID.
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There is a growing awareness that the militarization of domestic police forces is the effective declaration of war against the civilian population in the United States. The local police force’s abusive militarized response to protesters in Ferguson, Missouri is sparking outrage around the world and even on capitol hill there is now a growing bipartisan criticism of what is going on.
The military style local police forces in the United States are about as un-American and unconstitutional as you can get. This incident in Ferguson, Missouri that has been witnessed as brandishing military weapons of war against unarmed citizens is in all honesty simply treason against everything the Founding Fathers fought a revolution against. This is NOT what a “free democratic” nation does to its own people.
The militarization of America’s Police forces is funded, and encouraged by the Pentagon’s 1033 program Do civilian and Military leaders now something we don’t? Why all these preparations and stockpiling of Ammunition,weapons and vehicles. To most people with a modicum of common sense, this would seem like preparations for War. But none of this is being distributed amongst the military services, it’s all being put in place for use within the U.S.
And for those of you who dare to speak out and take action. Dont worry the U.S. Army has plans in place to deal with you.
New Army Manual Calls for the Use of Lethal Force Against Peaceful Protesters
The new Army manual, known as ATP 3-39.33, provides discussion and techniques about civil disturbances and crowd control operations that occur in the continental United States (CONUS) and outside the continental United States (OCONUS).
In section 1-2., the manual states that “Civil unrest may range from simple, nonviolent protests that address specific issues, to events that turn into full-scale riots“. This section of the manual clearly states that protesting is a right protected by the Constitution. However, the authorities leave themselves an out to “legally” engage in lethal force toward protesters when the manual states that “peaceful protests can turn into full-scale riots” and field commanders have the right to make that determination. Subsequently, all protests, peaceful or not, need to be managed by the potential for violence. In other words, all protests are to be considered to be violent and handled accordingly.
A team of electronic engineers is developing tiny surveillance cameras that pick up stress signals in people. They speculate the design could be used to spot anxious would-be criminals in airports and other high-target areas.the system — which picks up levels of blood oxygenation — will find out where anxiety is bubbling under the surface.
The technique uses hyperspectral imaging, which gathers data across the electromagnetic spectrum down to pixel level. It is designed to pick up unusual dispersions of oxygen in the blood across areas like the face, which might be an indicator of high stress levels.
There are, of course, infinite issues here in terms of personal data storage and collection.It’s obviously an incredibly controversial technology to start strapping to law enforcement. Stress levels are raised for a variety of reasons — can technology ever tell us if the reason behind that stress is nefarious? The chances are slim. In which case, the system would only be suitable for doing blanket sweeps that would need follow-up investigations, leaving it open to plenty of abuse.
Of its potential for infringing on the public’s privacy, Yuen comments: “This is a ’mood’ detection technique and therefore can see people’s mood whether they like it or not. True there will be some privacy intrusion and we will need to think of a method to restrict it.”
(In other words: welcome to the New World Order, your privacy and freedom are gone, now get over it.)
Via: Red Ice Creations
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1 in 3 Americans Have Been Implanted With RFID Chips,still sounds unbelievable? Then how did this man recently come out of surgery in a public hospital, not knowing that he was implanted with an RFID microchip? Is there a human Micro-chipping agenda in place? Research the evidence and decide for yourself.
As if globalist scheming had not yet caused enough death and destruction in the Middle East, the global government-promoting Council on Foreign Relations and various outfits associated with the secretive Bilderberg group are now pushing a radical new plot for the region: a European Union-style regional regime to rule over the Arab, Turkish, Kurdish, and other peoples who live there. The sought-after “Middle Eastern Union” would put populations ranging from Turkey and Jordan to Libya and Egypt under a single authority.
If the plot moves forward, like in other areas, it would usurp from the peoples of the region their right to self-government and national sovereignty. It would also advance the longtime establishment goal of setting up regional regimes on the path to a more formal system of “global governance.” Already, the peoples of Europe, Africa, South America, Asia, and other regions have had self-styled regional “authorities” imposed on them against their will.
A true “union” to rule over the broader Middle East and North Africa, though, would represent a major step forward in the ongoing regionalization of power around the world. Using a wide range of pretexts to advance the scheme, top globalist outfits and mouthpieces claim such a regional government would solve myriad real and imagined problems. However, with the plot being pushed hard by the CFR and various globalist propaganda organs such as the Financial Times, a U.K. newspaper that is always well represented at the shadowy Bilderberg summits, there is good reason to be skeptical at the very least.
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