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2004

Spooky Boys with Spooky Toys

http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/review.cfm?rtype=17&reviewid=22&page=2


Informant: billder

NSA's Subliminal Posthypnotic Scripts

http://www.kimsoft.com/2000/NSA-psy.htm


Informant: waltertribe1

'Big Brother' gets new binoculars

Authorities insist that this is for our own good

If you're an aspiring performer who wants to be on the screen, Chicago might be your kind of town. In fact, virtually everyone in the Windy City will soon be seen--by various police authorities. In a leap into the abyss of the surveillance society, Chicago authorities are installing a web of spy cameras linked to a sophisticated new computer program that not only will view everyone who appears on various streets, but also will alert police agents when anyone is "acting suspicious." What is "suspicious?" Wandering around aimlessly; lingering outside a building; pulling your car over to the shoulder of a highway; leaving a package in a doorway - and other common acts you and I have done a thousand times. "What we're doing is a totally new concept," says the director of this intrusive technology. "It's going to take us to a whole new level." I'll say! The snoopervision cameras can zoom in on you and follow you from camera to camera, recording your every move, whether or not you're doing anything wrong. Faceless bureaucrats will sit in an undisclosed, fortified building, monitoring the screens and dispatching armed police to accost loiterers, aimless wanderers, and other "suspicious" characters. Not only will the police place these so-called "smart" cameras around town, but so will housing, transportation, and other city agencies - even street sweepers! - making Chicagoans the most-watched people in America. Orwell would be so proud!

Of course, the authorities insist that this is for our own good, claiming we'll all be safer. Chicago's new surveillance director says: "The value we'll gain in public safety far outweighs any perception by the community that this is Big Brother who's watching."

http://www.tristate-media.com/articles/2004/10/27/warricknews/editorial/03hightower.txt


From:
Aftermath News
Top Stories - November 1st, 2004

Uncle Sam Is Watching You

Reports of the death of TIA were greatly exaggerated.

In October 2003, Congress voted to end Total Information Awareness (TIA), a Pentagon plan designed to analyze vast amounts of computer data about all of us in order to search for patterns of terrorist activity. At the time, the vote in Congress seemed one of the most notable victories for privacy since September 11. Computers record virtually everything we do these days— whom we call or e-mail, what books and magazines we read, what Web sites we search, where we travel, which videos we rent, and everything we buy by credit card or check. The prospect of the military and security agencies constantly trolling through all of this information about innocent citizens in hopes of finding terrorists led Congress to ban spending on the program. Admittedly, much of the credit for TIA's defeat has to go to the Pentagon's public relations department, which not only gave the program its less than reassuring name, but also came up with a logo consisting of a pyramid topped by a large, digitized eye and the Latin motto Scientia Est Potentia, or "Knowledge Is Power." George Orwell and Michel Foucault could hardly have done better. It also helped that the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which developed the plan, was headed by John Poindexter, who had been convicted of lying to Congress in the Iran-contra affair, and whose conviction had been overturned on appeal only on a technicality. The vote to kill TIA came shortly after DARPA floated the idea of creating a market for betting on terrorist attacks and other disasters. Still, the fact that Congress rejected TIA seemed to suggest that it was willing to stand up for privacy even in the face of the threat of catastrophic terrorism.

But reports of the death of TIA were greatly exaggerated.

http://www.nybooks.com/articles/17568


From:
Aftermath News
Top Stories - November 1st, 2004

The New World Order look for the NYPD

http://omega.twoday.net/stories/385078/

ALL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WORK TO CONTROL YOU

http://tinyurl.com/6ednz

The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave

http://www.whale.to/b/sp/for.html


Informant: Biophilos
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