By now you will have figured out what all the surveillance is about. It is not necessary to surveill every citizen in order to prevent crime or terrorism. Nor is it cost-effective, and we are all paying for this. So ask yourself this question. Do you think that is ALL they are doing?
The site “Coherent Madness: Effective Defense Against Covert Warfare: The Multiple Layers: Hidden Strategy of Social Control” is thoughtful with many valuable insights. I am sure you will find something relevant.
As often occurs there are problems with the links, but you can find the articles through the titles.
Coherent Madness: Effective Defense Against Covert Warfare: The Multiple Layers: Strategy of Social Control http://coherent-madness….-hidden-strategy-of.html
Have no idea how “…” added itself to the link – I didn’t type this – but it seems to prevent the link from working.
Another good article is “Four strategies of White Supremacy – Coherent Madness
Thanks to TIGSUKIRE “Musings of a TI” for pointing me to this site.
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During his tenure, Attorney General Eric Holder has carried on the sorry tradition of his predecessors by aiding and abetting the Executive Branch in skirting and, more often than not, flouting the law altogether, justifying all manner of civil liberties and human rights violations and trampling the Constitution in the process, particularly the Fourth Amendment.
Despite getting a “pass” from those who would normally have been crying foul, during his time as attorney general, Holder has “made the Constitution scream”—that according to one of his detractors. The colorful description is apt. Some of the Justice Department’s (DOJ) “greatest hits” under Holder begin and end with his stalwart defense of the Obama administration’s growing powers, coming as they do at the expense of the Constitution.
The following are just some of the highlights of the dangerous philosophies embraced and advanced by Holder and his Justice Department:
- The military can detain anyone…
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WASHINGTON, DC — Attorneys for The Rutherford Institute appeared before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to argue against a 60-year old federal ban which broadly makes it unlawful to display any flag, banner or device designed to bring into public notice a party, organization, or movement while on the grounds of the U.S. Supreme Court. In challenging the ban on expressive activity as facially unconstitutional, Institute attorneys pointed to the lower court ruling in Hodge v. Talkin, et al., in which District Court Judge Beryl L. Howell struck down the law, declaring it to be “repugnant” to the Constitution and “unreasonable, substantially overbroad, and irreconcilable with the First Amendment.” Rutherford Institute attorneys filed the lawsuit on behalf of Harold Hodge, who was arrested while standing silently in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on a snowy day wearing a sign voicing his concerns about…
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“There were relatively few secret police, and most were just processing the information coming in. I had found a shocking fact. It wasn’t the secret police who were doing this wide-scale surveillance and hiding on every street corner. It was the ordinary German people who were informing on their neighbors.”—Professor Robert Gellately
If you see something suspicious, says the Department of Homeland Security, say something about it to the police, call it in to a government hotline, or report it using a convenient app on your smart phone.
(If you’re a whistleblower wanting to snitch on government wrongdoing, however, forget about it—the government doesn’t take kindly to having its dirty deeds publicized and, God forbid, being made to account for them.)
For more than a decade now, the DHS has plastered its “See Something, Say Something” campaign on the walls of metro stations, on billboards, on coffee cup sleeves, at…
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What kind of society do you want to live in?
Do you want to live in a society where when you go to the doctor, the doctor ignores clear symptoms and tells you there is nothing wrong with you?
Or find that the library has “lost ” the book you wanted to read. Or that the book store is not able to order the book you want.
That your solicitor gives you wrong advice.
That your bank can’t be trusted to keep your information confidential.
Where the police lie about you telling people you have a criminal record when you do not.
Where your postman deliberately delays or “loses” your mail, with the approval of his manager.
Where your letters and e-mails to others are not delivered.
Where previous employers are visited and persuaded to alter your record of employment.
Where friends and relatives are told lies about you, and strangers are given your private information.
Where bureaucracies give you wrong information then hold you responsible for the consequences.
Where you are denied medical treatment.
Where you are denied Welfare that you are entitled to and your pension is stolen.
Where you are falsely accused of abusing someone you are caring for.
Where you are falsely accused of molesting children.
Where agents provocateurs try to induce you to commit crimes.
Where crimes are committed in your vicinity and the situation is staged to make you look responsible.
Where your defence lawyer is deliberately incompetent.
Where tradesmen do incompetent work and overcharge.
Where utilities send incorrect bills, and subject you to legal harassment.
Where prospective employers are told you are mentally unstable, and while in work you are sabotaged and bullied to make you act as if you are.
This is a short and far from complete list of tactics corrupt police and security services use against people they decide to target for any reason whatsoever. All the above becomes the society you live in when the police/security forces are out of control.
They corrupt everything they touch.
http://www.targeted-individuals.com. (Army Veterans)
“Unperson A Life Destroyed” Denis Lehain
Western societies share the cultural norm that most people who are able are engaged in productive work which provides income sufficient for their needs. This distributes wealth widely and relatively evenly and minimises poverty. In contrast with non-industrial societies, where only a minority of the populace can find self-sustaining work.
Our work focused societies in ennabling virtually everybody to provide adequately for themselves by spending most of their time in the workplace have a tendency to be socially and politically stable. You can meet your needs through legitimate activity, so there is no need to rock the boat or resort to crime out of desperation.
What happens if that situation changes? Unrestrained free market capitalism guarantees that manufacturers will seek out the cheapest workforce. Jobs migrate to regions where wages are low because of job shortages, combined, usually, with a very low cost of living, and workers have no protection from exploitation. A worker in a Western nation cannot work for £1 per day. That wouldn’t even feed him, never mind pay the rent . The manufacturers enjoy a double bonus on their profits. Worker in Country A makes the goods for a pittance, that good then sold at the premium price in Country B.
Wages in industrial nations rose with the cost of living. As people had more money to spend, the prices demanded for their rents, house prices, utilities, etc rose in step. But workers in industrialised nations were not given the option of working for lower wages – which in order to work should have had the cost of living reduced in step. There is no mechanism which says across the board real wages have fallen, by say, 10 percent over the last twenty years, so that rents, house prices , utilities, taxes, will also fall 10 percent to match . The jobs just migrated overseas leaving increasingly large numbers of the previously working populace facing the highest cost of living in the world, and no wage to meet living costs. While those in work are having their wages forced below subsistence.
The social and political stability of our Western nations has largely depended on the majority of our able population being in work most of the time for wages sufficient for their needs. What happens when a large proportion of the populace finds that work is no longer an option for sustaining a reasonable life, or that work involves continuous drudgery, with no hope of anything better, being treated with contempt from everyone, and at the end of it all you still cannot afford to pay your bills?
What is the alternative to a good job to obtain a living? Most people live in cities. They can’t “go back to the land” and become self-sufficient.
One thing is that the cultural norm of the “work ethic” will be abandoned. When work, no longer works, for the person doing it. If the alternative of self-sufficiency is not an option, it looks like crime is the only alternative. The establishment are possibly OK with this option. They are equipped to deal with criminals. But for the majority still socialised and moral citizens when they see they can no longer access their needs through legitimate employment, and the welfare safety net is taken away, and who reject crime as an option, political unrest will certainly result. Principally a growing ground-swell against the ruling class who have brought the situation about through their deliberate policies. Having created a catastrophic situation for the general populace the priority becomes suppressing and eliminating dissent using any tools available. Thus we see the model of free Western societies sliding inexorably in the direction of Soviet Russia or German Stasi. The million useful idiots are always available. Manufacture scapegoats. Get the mugs to police each other while the puppet masters above roll in luxury and pull the strings.