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Let’s see if I can think of all the areas but I’m sure I’ll miss something…

The Department of Homeland Security (the biggest misnomer there ever was) has U.S. citizens covered with:

  • closed circuit cameras installed at every corner,
  • turning satellites on the people,
  • people taking pictures of your front door,
  • people watching you as you walk around airports,
  • your neighbors spying on you,
  • wanting to biochip the hell out of you,
  • wanting your DNA and body fluids too,
  • accessing all your medical and dental records at any time for any reason,
  • carrying real weapons and tasers to kill and/or incapacitate you when you don’t respond the way that they desire you to respond,
  • and uprooting people from their homes to take their property in the name of the ‘war on terror,’ and ‘homeland security’.

Well, guess what!? Now they have LEXID! This is like a sci-fi novel or movie gone bad!!!

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LEXID is being touted as a Neighborhood Network Watch group’s best friend! The article is written to appeal to any dingleberry dumb enough to fall for it using such lame and seemingly innocuous introductions to LEXID like,

“Take the lobster. Here you have a crustacean with an amazingly miniscule brain, yet this creature is able to “see” through walls of dense water obscured by silt and sand…[…] This is some eye-opening stuff.”

The real intent is revealed in the last lines of the article in which the device is to “see directly through buildings and into businesses, people’s homes, and coverings that may conceal wireless routers as well as to allow a more precise locational awareness.” Talk about setting the real predators loose! Whoa boy!

So, if you think that you can escape from the camera, the satellite, your neighbor, the taser or the bullet, think again! LEXID WILL find you!

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map.jpgThe United States is now a code black country – no/to little statutory protection, no/to little privacy enforcement and an enforcer of identity cards, biometrics and heavy visual surveillance – according to Privacy International‘s recently released report. We ARE the police country that everyone feared would come about soon.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

  • No right to privacy in constitution, though search and seizure protections exist in 4th Amendment; case law on government searches has considered new technology
  • No comprehensive privacy law, many sectoral laws; though tort of privacy
  • FTC continues to give inadequate attention to privacy issues, though issued self-regulating privacy guidelines on advertising in 2007
  • State-level data breach legislation has proven to be useful in identifying faults in security
  • REAL-ID and biometric identification programs continue to spread without adequate oversight, research, and funding structures
  • Extensive data-sharing programs across federal government and with private sector
  • Spreading use of CCTV
  • Congress approved presidential program of spying on foreign communications over U.S. networks, e.g. Gmail, Hotmail, etc.; and now considering immunity for telephone companies, while government claims secrecy, thus barring any legal action
  • No data retention law as yet, but equally no data protection law
  • World leading in border surveillance, mandating trans-border data flows
  • Weak protections of financial and medical privacy; plans spread for ‘rings of steel’ around cities to monitor movements of individuals
  • Democratic safeguards tend to be strong but new Congress and political dynamics show that immigration and terrorism continue to leave politicians scared and without principle
  • Lack of action on data breach legislation on the federal level while REAL-ID is still compelled upon states has shown that states can make informed decisions
  • Recent news regarding FBI biometric database raises particular concerns as this could lead to the largest database of biometrics around the world that is not protected by strong privacy law

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rfidfore.jpgI now read that Mexico will begin enforcing that all Central Americans must get an RFID-ID card. Of course, this is all part of the North American Union plan and the elitist’ desire to control the world and the people (its’ slaves) in it.

But as Brent Jessop points out in his article “The Envy of Stalin,” in part 2 of his three part series The North American Union ID, collection of information has already begun, all over the world, and at the rate that it is being collected we may as well just open our doors and allow them to install video cameras into all our rooms so as to make their work much easier…

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Airport profilers: They’re watching your expressions

By PAUL SHUKOVSKY
P-I REPORTER

If a pair of Transportation Security Administration officers strolling by a Sea-Tac Airport ticket counter wish you happy holidays and ask where you’re traveling, it might be more than just Christmas spirit.

Travelers at Sea-Tac and dozens of other major airports across America are being scrutinized by teams of TSA behavior-detection officers specially trained to discern the subtlest suspicious behaviors.

TSA officials will not reveal specific behaviors identified by the program — called SPOT (Screening Passengers by Observation Technique) — that are considered indicators of possible terrorist intent.

But a central task is to recognize microfacial expressions — a flash of feelings that in a fraction of a second reflects emotions such as fear, anger, surprise or contempt, said Carl Maccario, who helped start the program for TSA.

“In the SPOT program, we have a conversation with (passengers) and we ask them about their trip,” said Maccario from his office in Boston. “When someone lies or tries to be deceptive, … there are behavior cues that show it. … A brief flash of fear.”

Such people are referred for secondary screening, which can include a pat-down search and an X-ray exam. The microfacial expressions, he said, are the same across many cultures.

Since January 2006, behavior-detection officers have referred about 70,000 people for secondary screening, Maccario said. Of those, about 600 to 700 were arrested on a variety of charges, including possession of drugs, weapons violations and outstanding warrants.

Maccario will not say whether the teams have disrupted any terrorist operations. But he did say that there are active counterterrorism investigations under way that began with referrals from the program.

SPOT began spreading out to airports across the nation two years after initial testing began in 2003 in Boston, Providence, R.I., and Portland, Maine. It’s now at more than 50 airports and continues to grow.

Lynette Blas-Bamba manages Sea-Tac’s 12-officer behavior-detection team. Since the program started here in November 2006, more than 600 people have been referred for secondary inspections, she said. Of those, 11 were arrested.

The officers ask simple questions:

“How are you today?”

“Where are you heading?”

“Is this all your property?”

“It’s almost irrelevant what your answers are,” Maccario said. “It’s more relevant how you respond. Vague, evasive responses — fear shows itself. When you do this long enough, you see it right away.”

Maccario emphasized that the program takes into account the typical stress many of us experience when traveling, especially during the holidays.

Ordinary people who are feeling anxious are “much more open with their body movements and their facial expressions as compared to an operational terrorist (thinking) ‘I’ve got to defeat security,’ ” Maccario said. “We’re looking for behavior indicators that show a certain level of stress, fear or anxiety above and beyond that shown by an anxious member of the traveling public.”

The detection teams look for those indicators to spike when a traveler with something to hide approaches security checkpoints.

Blas-Bamba and her team were trained in fall 2006. She says she did behavioral detection of a sort in her last job as a probation officer. “We all do it to a degree. It’s just a matter of understanding and articulating what we see.”

Part of the training is a cultural awareness component, Maccario said. For example, in some cultures people don’t make eye contact with people in authority.

And to emphasize the sensitivity TSA is bringing to the program, he recalled a meeting with an association for people with Tourette’s disorder to assure them that having a tic will not result in a pat-down.

The TSA considers the program a powerful tool to root out terrorists, but also an antidote to racial profiling.

“We don’t care where you are from,” Maccario said. “It’s no longer subjective. If you are acting a certain way, that’s what is going to attract our attention.

“There is no reliable picture of a terrorist,” he added, citing American terrorists like Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and “the fact that al-Qaida continues to recruit people that blend into society.”

The program, however, has raised privacy and civil liberties concerns.

“The problem is behavioral characteristics will be found where you look for them,” the American Civil Liberties of Massachusetts legal director John Reinstein told The Washington Post.

But Naseem Tuffaha, political chairman of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee’s Seattle chapter, looks at the program as a potential step away from racial profiling.

“Our message in working with federal and local authorities has been to make behavioral-based decisions rather than ethnic-profiling decisions. Our message is to really focus on suspicious behavior rather than suspicious-looking people,” he said.

But Tuffaha warned that if the TSA “only looked hard when somebody is Middle Eastern-appearing … then you are still conducting racial profiling under a different name.”

P-I reporter Paul Shukovsky can be reached at 206-448-8072 or paulshukovsky@seattlepi.com.

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by Le Patriote

Have you noticed the parallels between the situation in Pakistan and our own situation here in the United States?

Pakistan is currently under a puppet military dictator, Pervez Musharraf, who was installed by the globalists by way of various international alphabet agencies, including our own CIA. Musharraf, like all puppet leaders is despised by the Pakistani people and is a ruthless and cruel dictator. With the hope of a democratic election in January, 2008 the Pakistanis saw a chance to elect the leader of their choice, the highly regarded and loved Benazir Bhutto.

Musharraf was clearly the installed dictator who served the purposes of the globalists, while Bhutto was clearly the choice of the Pakistani people. So the globalists assassinated her on December 27, 2007. No autopsy was performed and Benazir Bhutto was buried the very next day. The assassination was immediately blamed on the terrorist group “Al Qaeda”, more appropriately called Al CIA Duh! Furthermore, it was reported that immediately prior to the assassination attack, that security guards protecting Bhutto were told to stand down, just like the secret service guards were stood down immediately prior to the assassination of JFK in Dallas, TX on November 22, 1963.

The Pakistani people reacted to the assassination of Bhutto with righteous indigation and anger and the full impact is yet to be realized. The Pakistani people feel betrayed and are outraged to have had so dear and strong a leader stolen from them. It is certain that the impact of her tragic death will be felt over the coming months and years.

Today, in the United States we have an upcoming presidential election where the only choice offered are selectees who will serve the interests of the globalists and further the globalist agenda by perpetuating the bogus “war on terror” and continuing the erosion of our national sovereignty. Only one candidate stands out from the crowd of selectees and that candidate is Ron Paul. While the globalists attempt to force the American people to choose from their hand selected group of bought and paid for selectees, a huge and growing number of the American people support and love Ron Paul, who is clearly the choice of the American people (the thinking ones anyway).

Given the parallels that exist between Pakistan and America, will the globalists attempt to assassinate Ron Paul? It has already been alleged by credible sources that the globalists are considering the ramifications of a Ron Paul assassination. Here let it be known to the globalist New World Order that the people of the United States are awakening to the mass deception that is being perpetrated on them. Our eyes are open and we are watching you very closely. You may be able to assassinate Ron Paul, but you cannot kill the ideas that he, and the American people embrace.

We know that you, like your father the devil, thrive on chaos, instability, and deception, but we the people demand truth, liberty, prosperity, and peace and we will fight you to achieve these goals.

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Dr. Steven E. Jones

At the Boston Tea Party conference last Saturday, I announced that I had found peculiar “red chips” in the WTC dust, and the possible significance of the findings. The chips are bi-layered, red on one side, gray on the other — and present in all four samples that I and colleagues are exploring in depth at this time. Paul Payne (great work Paul!) was there and taped the talk, and asked if he could extract for now the part where I announced the discovery, and if I would provide the PPT slides (etc). I did so, and I congratulate Paul for doing this video clip so very quickly.

Yes, the discovery is original work and with other scientists now examining the microspheres and red chips in the WTC dust — this new evidence, there is hope of a breakthrough, pending confirmations. I will refrain from further comment here; hope you all will watch the clip (and the full talks from the Boston conference as they become available). Again, many thanks to Paul Payne for this work.

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These satellites can track through concrete walls and watch you go from room to room in your home. Chertoff insists it’s legal… What do you think?

How Stuff Works? Spy Satellites.

Spy: In Search of MISTY

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