America Don’t Be Fooled by the Safety of Government Surveillance

 by the Webmaster

October 30, 2012 4:55 pm

Devices that tracked your every move, microphones that record every sound; from noise to actual conversation, and databases that would archive DNA samples; it seems like an idea out of George Orwell’s 1984 but if you give anyone a good reason they would accept the idea. That is what made the September 11th attacks so significant in the lives of Americans. For the sake of safety they are willing to surrender all of their basic human rights but what’s scary about Americans is that they allow their government to openly take advantage of them. If Big Brother has the obligation to monitor every human being then who’s watching Big Brother? That is a question that Americans need to ask themselves before they allow their government to pass all these measures designed to intrude on their personal lives.

Residents of Alexandria, Virginia have to pay for newer larger recycling carts equipped with computer microchips, which allow the city to keep a close eye on its bin and resident participation in the city’s recycling program.

http://www.infowars.com/new-recycling-bins-with-tracking-chips-coming-to-virginia-city/

Congress has recently been introducing bills that require a car owner to have a black box. New safety features include event data recorders and brake override systems that allow a driver to stop a car even if the throttle is stuck. Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Calif.), chairman of the House commerce committee, and Sen. John D. Rockefeller (D-W.Va.), chair of the Senate commerce committee, have said they intend to collaborate on automobile safety legislation.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/04/29/AR2010042904700.html

The popularity of GPS (Global Positioning System) in cellphones, cars, and other handheld devices give law enforcement an excellent way to track suspects. A judge in Butte, Montana used a GPS unit in a rape suspect’s car as evidence against him at his trial; prosecutors were able to prove that the suspect “prowled” in the town searching for a victim. In New Brighton, Pa., a trucker’s GPS system pointed that according to police officers the man set his own house on fire. The device’s records proved his rig was parked about 100 yards from his house at the time of the fire.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/31/us/31gps.html?_r=2&oref=slogin&

By 2011 Citizens of Brazil who own a a car would have a mandatory obligation to have an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chip and a GPS tracker in their cars.  The Siniav or Brazilian National System for Automatic Vehicle Identification requires the installation of identification chips in all cars and they have to maintain a network of reading antennas that are able to identify every vehicle. According to Resolution of No 212 as of November 13, 2006 the only vehicles that do not have to get tracking beacons are military vehicles.

http://www.infowars.com/brazilians-will-be-forced-to-use-rfid-chips-and-gps-trackers-in-their-cars/

Alternative news outlets such as Infowars and Prisonplanet document the various methods of keeping tabs on an individuals personal life. They have a good collection of articles that note extensively on the growing police state in America and around the world. Alex Jones, the founder of Infowars hasn’t caught on to the fact that all informed individuals who are aware of government misconduct, scandals, and corruptions are the true targets of this police state. He received hundreds of documents released under the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) and it listed his website www.Infowars.com being linked to right wing terrorism. Department of Homeland Security has always been reviewing their news stories and monitored the comments of viewers who look at their articles.

http://www.infowars.com/dhs-labels-infowars-com-right-wing-terrorism/

People who believe that the US Government shared responsibility for the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11th 2001 may become potential terrorists. If you read the police report on the bottom of this sentence it would state that people who believe 9/11 was staged to justify the foreign invasion of lands may be Islamic extremist. Ironically, those same Muslim fanatics explained in the report cheered when those airplanes crashed into the World Trade Center and Pentagon.

http://www.columbuspolice.org/Units/TEW%20Info/recognizing_sleepers_word2007trifold.pdf

All of the tracking equipment that is going to be mounted to vehicles  isn’t going to solve any terrorism-related investigations considering the fact that investigators would remove those black box recordings. This is why it is so important for citizens to monitor and police the authorities including their most trusted and reliable agencies; The BATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms), the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency), Armed forces, et cetera. Regular citizens do not have the right resources to launch any terrorist attack that’s capable of destroying the entire infrastructure of America and its allies. Individuals with connections to the military and police would have more access to material used for making powerful bombs.

Since the Rodney King beating, people have valued the importance of carrying a video camera. They caught instances of police who broke the same laws they were supposed to be upholding.  Now the police want to restrict the possession of video cameras while at the same time they feel its their right to film anyone without their consent.

The US Department of Homeland security received $24 million dollars in funding to place high-tech security cameras, license plate readers, and “weapons sensors” in midtown Manhattan. The electronic sensors will try to detect chemical,biological, and radiological agents. Places like Macy’s, Tiffany & Co., Time Square will be closely monitored; the Federal Reserve, the New York Stock Exchange, and Brooklyn Bridge will receive an installation of surveillance tools.

http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/2009/1006/p02s10-usgn.html

The police would often claim that there is a state statute where an officer must provide their permission for someone to film their actions while on duty but cops can film anyone unless they are certain parties. Please look at the article from infowars where a Florida based Copwatch group called the Gold Beach police department to interview them regarding the rules of filming police officers.

http://www.infowars.com/so-fla-cop-we-can-videotape-you-but-you-dont-have-the-right-to-videotape-us/

Watch what happens when an ordinary citizen films the police

Man Faces Life In Jail For Recording Police by ntyranny1

Redmond, WA PD officer threatens to arrest me for recording him in public at my own traffic stop by sgtangelqik

Virginia State Police-Nazi Racist on Akwesasne Youth Southern Charm Papers Please (ID) MrWolfenz

Racist Cop In Springfield Harassing mother infront of crying kids by mdiddy62

Recording Police is a Dangerous but Necessary Thing to Do. If You See Something, Film Something !!  by YouBetaKnow

Recording The Police is a Dangerous but Necessary Thing to Do !! PART 2 by YouBetaKnow

OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER CAUGHT ON CAMERA THREATENING TEENS by copwatchnews

The video camera is a powerful tool when documenting any scenes of misconduct but the reason why law enforcement is against ordinary citizens having them is because they cannot edit the footage unless they seized it by force. If law enforcement has something to hide then that should indicate that they are the obvious pink elephant in the room when trying to stay on the trail of any organization who has connections to terrorists.

Oklahoma State Rep. Charles Key (R-Oklahoma City), operated a website OKCbombing.net to inform the public about the discoveries made by the Oklahoma Bombing Investigation Committee, much of it ignored by federal agencies. Federal agencies have listed the website as “extremist” and a threat to U.S. Government.

http://www.infowars.com/fusion-center-documents-label-okc-bombing-investigators-as-terrorists-2/

Don Pippin, a 55-year old disabled veteran is under suspicions of terrorism after he caught photographing security cameras at the Elbert County administration building in Colorado. Pippin has claimed that the move was an act of retribution over him filing multiple open-records requests that sought to discover the cost of the surveillance system. The judge threw out his case since Pippin did not pose a threat to anyone.

http://www.infowars.com/disabled-vet-labeled-terrorist-for-investigating-cost-of-surveillance-cameras/

To me, it seems too suspicious that in a State of Emergency the only people who have a right to their privacy are authority figures. All of these consistent warnings of the next terrorist attacks has gave a lot of people the impression that the enemy could be at their doorstep, in their kitchen, anywhere which is why the US government feels the great need to spy on their own people but what happens when US citizens do the same? The videos speak for themselves:

This St Louis Police Officer is fabricating charges against this driver until he realized that he is on camera.

Cops have planted drugs on innocent people:

BAD POLICE: Cops Caught Planting Drugs To Make Quotas

Some cops would even look into a video camera before planting drugs on a suspect

The Confidential Records Program, created 30 years ago to keep DMV records of police officers secure from criminals have always been abused by law enforcement. A special license plate number assigned to police officers allowed them to evade toll road charges, run red lights at intersections with red light cameras, parking illegally, and breaking other traffic laws with impunity.

http://boingboing.net/2008/04/07/special-license-plat.html

Many of these bills such as the National Defense Authorization Act, Patriot Act 1 & 2, and the Military Commissions Act of 2006 have one thing in common; a person could be charged and jailed without being told the crime they committed.

Military Commissions Act of 2006

http://web.archive.org/web/20061030190629/http://www.halturnershow.com/MCA.pdf

The things people used everyday have some way of recording a person’s whereabouts thus  determining their next move. It isn’t just GPS devices or RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags but your credit card has its version. Credit card companies developed accurate models for predicting consumer behavior based on the things they purchase. This data was used to indicate which customer would be the most promising individual to repay any loans issued by the bank.

http://www.newser.com/story/85372/your-credit-card-is-spying-on-you.html

Microsoft’s HealthVault and Verimed are creating RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) microchips that are implantable inside a human or animal. Facial recognition technology is being placed at major public events and protests and photos from Facebook accounts are being harvested. Internet browsing software are consistently making recordings of every website you looked at through its cookies and caching all of the browsing data. Global positioning chips have been included in not just cars and cellular phones but also U.S. Passports. Radio Frequency cards will emerge into the lives of Americans as they became a standard element in creating student ID cards, physical access keys, and consumer based membership cards. But no one brings to attention how many of these high tech surveillance systems can easily be spoof thereby increasing the odds of a false arrest or how the electronic devices will log in the correct date and time. These date and time stamps could easily verify a person’s innocence or guilt of any crime. Samples of DNA can be archived which would further boosts the chance of  fake arrests; one who is in charge of watching the database could sneak a sample of DNA to place at the scene of the crime. Since there is no lawful trial under these Homeland Security based measures all of the electronic records from your Iphone, GPS unit, and even body implanted microchips cannot help exonerate one from any allegation. These little gadgets will not stop terrorists and since they will not try anyone to a fair public jury then there is no point in having a surveillance grid.

http://www.activistpost.com/2010/07/ten-ways-we-are-being-tracked-traced.html

The next time a terrorist attack occurs not just in America but any part of the world that shares friendship with the United States, all countries better point the blame to informants linked to government security forces. If they won’t allow a citizen to keep close watch on law enforcement officials or investigate any government related misconduct, then that indicates they will share responsibility in the future of any catastrophic event.

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