LifeLog: Because Big Brother Cares What You're Thinking
Introductory comments by Darren Weeks
Your privacy rights are again under attack.
First we had Echelon, a world-wide technological snooping system, which gathers data from faxes, telephone conversations, and e-mails and stores the data in a huge database. This is done to purportedly locate potential terrorists, despite the fact that the program was developed prior to September 11th.
At right, the former logo for DARPA's Total Information Awareness program. The symbol of the Illuminati was recently dropped from the program for public relations reasons. Also, the name of the program was changed.
The fact is, our privacy rights were under attack by our government long before September 11th. It just so happens, that the "attack" on the World Trade Center and Pentagon that fateful day, provided just the perfect "opportunity" to further violate your rights.
On the heels of Echelon, came September 11th and the U.S.A. Patriot Act, which was written prior to the "terrorist attacks," and which we are told was not even read by the Congressmen and women who voted for it. The traitors in congress just pulled the "Yes" lever, and like Nero watching Rome burn, figuratively fiddled and said to hell with individual liberty and the Fourth Amendment not that legislation can usurp the Constitution, but you'd better believe that they will pretend that it does.
Just as our outrage over one incredible infringement of our privacy begins to subside, we are slapped again by another.
It seems as though the monsters who control our country as well as most of the rest of the world won't be satisfied until every last corner of your life has been illuminated with the bright lights of their watchful eyes.
The latest assault is another component of the government's Total Information Awareness program, and makes the previous components look like a trip to the zoo. (Note: The above link for the TIA program will take you to Google's cache of the page. DARPA has now removed the page from their site.)
And by the way, speaking of Total Information Awareness, I have noticed that they have now changed the name of that program to Terrorism Information Awareness. This is a clever public relations move, to try to dispel public concerns that our government really wants to spy on every aspect of your life. By changing Total Information Awareness to Terrorism Information Awareness, they hope to continue to foster the lie that you are not their enemy, that some Muslim, taking flight lessons is, instead.
Make no mistake, if you are an American who loves your freedom, you are their enemy. You don't have to do anything but breathe. These people seek to enslave you, and take away your individual liberty, and control you totally and completely right down to the very thoughts that you think and the words that you speak.
And judging from the attitudes of the average American, they are doing a pretty effective job at controlling people's minds.
As Dr. Richard Day, an insider with the controlling elite, in his speech before a group of pediatric physicians 1969 said:
"People are too trusting. People don't ask the right questions."
The mental conditioning begins in the government-controlled school systems, and is constant in media, and academia. And it is so effective, that people, "Don't ask the right questions." Or any questions.
Not content with being able to control minds, now the beasts wish to read them.
Just because you trust your government, doesn't mean your government trusts you. The fact that they plan to eliminate your freedom and any wealth that you possess is an issue with which, they believe, you ultimately might have a problem. And you might respond, in kind (or not so kind).
Hence, revokation of your firearms, and the absolute elimination of any privacy to which you currently lay claim.
And hence, "Homeland Security." Securing the homeland. What do they mean by "security?"
The word, "security" is derived from "secure." There are a few of definitions of "secure." Some can be utilized for public consumption, and others, I believe, are the meanings that the Elite use for their purposes.
The above definitions are the ones that the Ruling Elite want you to believe they mean by the term, secure. What do they really mean by "securing" the "Homeland?" Other definitions of secure follow:
3. Fastened or fixed in a firm way [a secure knot.]
In order to ensure their success in obtaining their New World Order, they must firmly fasten or secure each one of us in our place. They must tie us down under their watchful eyes so that there will be nothing that we can do, without their spotting it.
The following article in Wired, details yet another plan that the diabolical creatures have for us. It is called, "LifeLog," and its purpose is just as the name implies: To create a government log of every moment in your life. Every web page surfed, every word spoken, every thought, and every deed. They hope to shed their Illuminati light of darkness upon the very fibres of our beings, and the very depths of our souls.
And think of the "benefits" such a technological leap forward could provide us! Crime would virtually disappear! If a woman was raped, the perpetrator of the violent act could be swiftly and severely punished, because the government would only have to "pull the tape" of his life recording and watch him commit the act. Case closed!
We could completely do away with the protections built into the American justice system. No longer would we have to worry about an individual being innocent until proven guilty. We'd know that they were guilty. We'd just pull up their file out of the database, and hit "play." There'd be all of the incriminating evidence, transmitted via micro-chip to the powerful GPS satellite, then back down to the Information Awareness Office, or whatever name that they happened to be calling it on that given week.
Of course, if a person dared object to anything this beast of a Big Brother was trying to do, then of course maybe a few extra sections of computer code could be added to the electronic file. Perhaps, a few thoughts that he/she didn't really think. A few statements could be added that weren't really said by the individual. Or maybe they had been said, but in a moment of anger or frustration.
Folks, do you really want to allow the government to have this much involvement into your life?
Here's another thing to consider. If they can build a system that will monitor you so closely as to record your every word, thought, and deed, then it isn't such a far stretch to suggest that they might use it to input thoughts into your mind. Imagine trying to sleep while your big brother keeps talking to you in your head!
Do you think that I'm crazy to suggest these things? Read the article for yourself.
We really do live in the world George Orwell predicted.
-- Darren Weeks
A Spy Machine of DARPA's Dreams
02:00 AM May. 20, 2003 PT
It's a memory aid! A robotic assistant! An epidemic detector! An all-seeing, ultra-intrusive spying program!
The Pentagon is about to embark on a stunningly ambitious research project designed to gather every conceivable bit of information about a person's life, index all the information and make it searchable.
What national security experts and civil libertarians want to know is, why would the Defense Department want to do such a thing?
The embryonic LifeLog program would dump everything an individual does into a giant database: every e-mail sent or received, every picture taken, every Web page surfed, every phone call made, every TV show watched, every magazine read.
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