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The government is watching you have sex



January 1, 2013

The explosive growth of technology has given governments, spy agencies and big corporations monitoring weapons that allow them to see and hear and know EVERYTHING about you.


#1 Watching/Hearing You Have Sex

Verizon has just patented a cable DVR box that will use audio and video to record and analyze what’s going on in your TV room. The alleged reason? So they can target you with ads in real time on your TV that fit with what’s going on in your home...like Trojan condom and Viagra ads.

It’s worse than you think: for example, if a couple’s arguing, they’ll show an ad for marriage counseling. Now let’s say a different couple in the neighborhood are on the couch cuddling and trying to enjoy each other’s company, this creepy DVR will show contraceptive ads.

#2 Detecting Your Intentions

BRS Labs has developed “pre-crime” surveillance cameras that can determine if you are a terrorist (freedom fighter) or a criminal (freedom fighter) even before you commit a (freedom) crime. In fact, dozens of these cameras are being installed at major transportation hubs in San Francisco….In its latest project BRS Labs is to install its devices on the transport system in San Francisco, which includes buses, trams and subways.The company says will put them in 12 stations with up to 22 cameras in each, bringing the total number to 288. The cameras will be able to track up to 150 people at a time in real time and will gradually build up a ‘memory’ of (anti-government) suspicious behaviour.

#3 Capturing Your Fingerprints From 20 Feet Away

Can you imagine someone reading your fingerprints from 20 feet away without you ever knowing it? This kind of technology is actually already here according to POPSCI….

A Hunsville, Ala.-based company called IDair is developing a system that can scan and identify a fingerprint from nearly 20 feet away. A gym chain is already beta testing the system. No more using your roommate’s gym ID to get in a free workout.

Coupled with other biometrics, this technology will allow security systems to grant or deny you access from a distance. Currently IDair’s primary customer is the military, but the startup wants to open up commercially. IDair’s founder says that his technology could enable purchases to be made biometrically, using fingerprints and irises as unique identifiers instead of credit card numbers and data embedded in magnetic strips or RFID chips.

#4 Xraying Your Car

Police all over America will soon be driving around in unmarked vans looking inside your cars and even under your clothes using the same “pornoscanner” technology currently being utilized by the TSA at U.S. airports….

American cops are set to join the US military in deploying American Science & Engineering’s Z Backscatter Vans, or mobile backscatter radiation x-rays. These are what TSA officials call “the amazing radioactive genital viewer,” now seen in airports around America, ionizing the private parts of children, the elderly, and you (yes you).

These pornoscanner wagons will look like regular anonymous vans, and will cruise America’s streets, indiscriminately peering through the cars (and clothes) of anyone in range of its mighty isotope-cannon. But don’t worry, it’s not a violation of privacy. As AS&E’s vice president of marketing Joe Reiss says, “From a privacy standpoint, I’m hard-pressed to see what the concern or objection could be.”

#5 Hijacking Your Mind

The U.S. military literally wants to be able to hijack your mind.  The theory is that this would enable U.S. forces to non-violently convince terrorists (freedom fighters) not to want to be terrorrists (to be free) anymore.  But obviously the potential for abuse with this kind of technology is extraordinary.  The following is from a recent article by Dick Pelletier….

The Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) wants to understand the science behind what makes people violent (resistors), and then find ways to hijack their minds by implanting false, but believable stories in their brains, with hopes of evoking peaceful (compliant) thoughts: We’re friends, not enemies BS.

Critics say this raises ethical issues such as those addressed in the 1971 sci-fi movie, A Clockwork Orange, which attempted to change people’s minds so that they didn’t want to kill anymore. Advocates, however, believe that placing new plausible narratives directly into the minds of radicals, insurgents, and terrorists (resistors), could transform them into kinder, gentler citizens, craving friendship (compliant slaves). See DARPA proposal request HERE.

#6 Watching You From Planes

Law enforcement agencies all over the United States are starting to use unmanned drones to spy on us, and the Department of Homeland Security is aggressively seeking to expand the use of such drones by local authorities….

The Department of Homeland Security has launched a program to “facilitate and accelerate the adoption” of small, unmanned drones by police and other public safety agencies. ”The $4 million Air-based Technologies Program, which will test and evaluate small, unmanned aircraft systems, is designed to be a “middleman” between drone manufacturers and first-responder agencies “before they jump into the pool,” said John Appleby, a manager in the DHS Science and Technology Directorate’s division of borders and maritime security.

The fact that very few Americans seem concerned about this development says a lot about the nation's apathy.  The EPA is already using drones to spy on cattle ranchers in Nebraska and Iowa.  Will we eventually get to a point where we think of surveillance drones flying above our heads as "normal" just like the chemtrails that are scarring our skies and poisoning us?

#7 Spying Through Your Cell Phone

Although this is not new technology, law enforcement authorities are using our own cell phones to spy on us more extensively than ever before as a recent Wired article described….

Mobile carriers responded to a staggering 1.3 million law enforcement requests last year for subscriber information, including text messages and phone location data, according to data provided to Congress. A single “request” can involve information about hundreds of customers.  So ultimately the number of Americans affected by this could reach into “the tens of millions” each year…

So, if police wanted to try to find a person who broke a store window at an Occupy protest, it could get the phone numbers and identifying data of all protestors with mobile phones in the vicinity at the time — and use that data for other purposes. Perhaps you should not be using your cell phone so much anyway.  After all, there are more than 500 studies that show that cell phone radiation is extremely harmful to humans.

#8 Digitizing You

All over the globe, governments are developing massive biometric databases of their citizens.  Just check out what is going on in India….

In the last two years, over 200 million Indian nationals have had their fingerprints and photographs taken and irises scanned, and given a unique 12-digit number that should identify them everywhere and to everyone.

This immense task needs a database that can contain over 12 billion fingerprints, 1.2 billion photographs, and 2.4 billion iris scans, can be queried from diverse devices connected to the Internet, and can return accurate identification in an extremely short time.

#9 Microchipping You

Most people don’t realize that RFID microchips are steadily becoming part of the very fabric of theirlives.  Many of your credit cards, debit cards and security cards contain RFID microchips at work.  In some parts of the America, it is now mandatory to inject an RFID microchip into your pet. Now, one school system down in Texas actually plans to start using RFID microchips to track the movements of their students….

Radio Frequency Identification System (RFID) tags allows authorities to locate students — and count them like cattle.

#10 Reading Your License Plate

Automated license plate readers are being used to track the movements of a vehicle from the time that it enters Washington D.C. to the time that it leaves….

More than 250 cameras in the District and its suburbs scan license plates in real time. The program quietly has expanded beyond what anyone had imagined even a few years ago. With virtually no public debate, police agencies have begun storing the information from the cameras, building databases that document the travels of millions of vehicles. DC has more than one plate-reader per square mile, the highest concentration in the nation. Police in the Washington suburbs have dozens of them as well, and local agencies plan to add many more in coming months, creating a comprehensive dragnet.

#11 Reading Your Face

Can computers tell what you are thinking just by looking at your face? Such technology is actually being actively developed.  The following is from a recent NewScientist article….IF THE computers we stare at all day could read our faces, they would probably know us better than anyone.That vision may not be so far off. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab are developing software that can read the feelings behind facial expressions. In some cases, the computers outperform people.

#12 Mining You

The government is not the only one that is spying on you.  The truth is that a whole host of very large corporations are gathering every shred of information about you that they possibly can and selling that information for profit.  It is called “data mining“, and it is an industry that has absolutely exploded in recent years.One very large corporation known as Acxiom actually compiles information on more than 190 million people in the U.S. alone….

The company fits into a category called database marketing. It started in 1969 as an outfit called Demographics Inc., using phone books and other notably low-tech tools, as well as one computer, to amass information on voters and consumers for direct marketing. Almost 40 years later, Acxiom has detailed entries for more than 190 million people and 126 million households in the U.S., and about 500 million active consumers worldwide. More than 23,000 servers in Conway, just north of Little Rock, collect and analyze more than 50 trillion data ‘transactions’ a year.

#13 Street Lights That Hear & Watch You

Did you ever consider that street lights could be spying on you? Well, it is actually happening.  New high tech street lights that can actually watch what you do and listen to what you are saying are being installed in some major U.S. cities. 

Federally-funded high-tech street lights now being installed in American cities are not only set to aid the DHS in making “security announcements” and acting as talking surveillance cameras, they are also capable of “recording conversations,” bringing the potential privacy threat posed by ‘Intellistreets’ to a whole new level.

#14 Spying Through Your Computer

Nothing you do on the Internet is private.  However, Internet Service Providers and the entertainment industry are now taking Internet monitoring to a whole new level….

If you download potentially copyrighted software, videos or music, your Internet service provider (ISP) has been watching, and they’re coming for you. America's largest ISPs will all voluntarily implement a new anti-piracy plan that will engage network operators in the largest digital spying scheme in history, and see some users’ bandwidth completely cut off until they sign an agreement saying they will not download copyrighted materials. The deal was brokered by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), and coordinated by the Obama Administration.

#15 Spying Through Your Appliances

Could the government one day use your refrigerator to spy on you? That is exactly what CIA Director David Petraeus says is coming….

Petraeus says that web-connected gadgets will ‘transform’ the art of spying – allowing spies to monitor people automatically without planting bugs, breaking and entering or even donning a tuxedo to infiltrate a dinner party.

‘Transformational’ is an overused word, but I do believe it properly applies to these technologies,’ said Petraeus. ‘Particularly to their effect on clandestine tradecraft. Items of interest will be located, identified, monitored, and remotely controlled through technologies such as radio-frequency identification, sensor networks, tiny embedded servers, and energy harvesters -  all connected to the next-generation internet using abundant, low-cost, and high-power computing.’ Petraeus was speaking to a venture capital firm about new technologies which aim to add processors and web connections to previously  ‘dumb’ home appliances such as fridges, ovens and lighting systems.

Source : endoftheamericandream.com


They are watching you so you can't resist or organize against their 'New World Order' world domination agenda without them knowing about it. Even if you think about resisting or organizing, they'll know about it, track you and profile everything about you. You are already on a "suspect list" just for visiting this site.

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