This is WAY beyond ‘if you see something, say something.’
In a series of pamphlets circulated among local governments in the United Kingdom, British parents are now being encouraged to spy on their own children, and to report any instances of possible ‘radicalization’.
Of course this advice comes with a nifty set of instructions for how to spot a terrorist in your own home:
The first three “signs”:
Out of character changes in dress, behaviour and changes in their friendship group;
Losing interest in previous activities and friendships;
Secretive behaviour and switching screens when you come near—
Imagine that– a teenager who doesn’t want mom and dad to see what he’s doing on his iPhone? Or a 14-year old who starts dressing differently and hanging out with a different group of friends?
Funny, this sounds like. . . pretty much every teenager on the planet.
But even more unsettling are these:
Showing a mistrust of mainstream media reports and belief in conspiracy theories;
Appearing angry about government policies, especially foreign policy.
So apparently now questioning the propaganda and government policies are considered evidence of subversive, extremist behavior.
If you don’t fall in line, you’re a radical. And the government now wants to train parents to rat out their own children.
This is chilling. Disgusting. And unfortunately not too surprising from the country that was the backdrop for George Orwell’s 1984.
Orwell’s dystopic view of the future is rapidly becoming reality in many countries across the West.
The endless government monitoring of all electronic communication is prevalent everywhere in the ‘free’ world.
Financial privacy has been destroyed. Banks are now merely unpaid spies of bankrupt governments, and they will freeze you out of your life’s savings in a heartbeat if some faceless bureaucrat orders them to do so.
Civil Asset Forfeiture, where police and government agencies confiscate your cash and property without the slightest bit of due process, is at an all-time high.
Governments have even shown an alarming willingness to confiscate your own children if they deem in their sole discretion that you are an unfit parent… which may now include, obviously, ‘subversive’ behavior like questioning authority.
Now in Britain they want to turn the tables and have parents spy on children.
So the Ministry of Truth and Ministry of Love, it appears, are alive and well.
Yes, there have been some terrible tragedies lately. But governments are using these attacks as a way to tap into people’s most carnal fears, however unlikely they may be.
As we’ve discussed before, you’re more likely to choke on a hot dog than die in a terrorist attack.
But they’ll never spend trillions on a war against hot dogs… because hot dogs aren’t as scary as the image of an angry brown teenager with a headwrap and AK-47 climbing across a set of monkey bars in a terrorist training camp.
Governments stoke this fear and use it to award themselves even more power in the name of protecting you.
Now they’re encouraging you to violate the most sacred bonds of family as some sort of duty to the state.
Look, I have no doubt that there’s an army of bureaucrats out there who feel they have an honorable burden to keep people safe.
And they’re doing whatever they think they can do to protect us.
This sort of idea would have been unimaginable not too long ago… the stuff of North Korea or the Soviet Union. Yet today it seems perfectly acceptable.
It’s an incredible reminder of how the free world is now ruled by irrational paranoia, and not on the principles of liberty upon which it was founded.
On April 29th, 2008 I had a Saul on the Road to Damascus moment. I had flipped open theWashington Post and there, on the front page, was a color photo of a two year old Iraqi boy named Ali Hussein being pulled from the rubble of a house that had been destroyed by American missiles. The little boy was wearing shorts and a t-shirt and had on his feet flip-flops. His head was hanging back at an angle that told the viewer immediately that he was dead.
Four days later on May 3rd a letter by a Dunn Loring Virginia woman named Valerie Murphy was printed by the Post. Murphy complained that the Iraqi child victim photo should not have been run in the paper because it would “stir up opposition to the war and feed anti-US sentiment.” I suppose the newspaper thought it was being impartial in printing the woman’s letter, though I couldn’t help but remember that the neocon-dominated Post had generally been unwilling to cover anything antiwar, even ignoring a gathering of 300,000 protesters in Washington in 2005. Rereading the woman’s complaint and also a comment on a website suggesting that the photo of the dead little boy had been staged, I thought to myself, “What kind of monsters have we become.” And in truth we had become monsters. Bipartisan monsters wrapped in the American flag. Bill Clinton’s Secretary of State Madeleine Albright once said that killing 500,000 Iraqi children through sanctions was “worth it.” She is now a respected elder statesman close to the Hillary Clinton campaign.
I had another epiphany last week when I saw the photo of the little Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach like a bit of flotsam. He was wearing a red t-shirt and black sneakers. I thought to myself that many Americans will shake their heads when looking at the photo before moving on, more concerned about Stephen Colbert’s debut on the Late Show and the start of the NFL season.
The little boy is one of hundreds of thousands of refugees trying to get to Europe. The world media is following the crisis by focusing primarily on the inability of unprepared local governments to deal with the numbers of migrants, asking why someone somewhere can’t just “do something.” This means that somehow, as a result, the vast human tragedy has been reduced to a statistic and, inevitably, a political football.
Overwhelmed by thousands of would-be travelers, Hungary suspended train service heading towards Western Europe while countries like Serbia and Macedonia deployed their military and police along their borders in a failed attempt to completely block refugees. Italy and Greece have been overwhelmed by migrants arriving by sea. Germany, to its credit, is intending to process up to 800,000 refugee and asylum applications, mostly from Syria, while Austria and Sweden have also indicated their willingness to accept many more. Immediate neighbors of the zone of conflict, notably Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan are hosting more than three million of those who are displaced, but the wealthy Arab Gulf countries and Saudi Arabia have done little or nothing to help.
Demands for a European unified strategy to deal with the problem are growing, to include sealing borders and declaring the seas off of preferred departure points in North Africa and Asia to be military zones where undocumented ships and travelers will be intercepted and turned back. One also has to suspect that the refugee crisis might be exploited by some European politicians to justify NATO “humanitarian” intervention of some sort in Syria, a move that would have to be supported by Washington. But while the bickering and maneuvering goes on, the death toll mounts. The recent discovery of 71 dead would-be migrants who suffocated in the back of a locked truck found in Austria, to include five children and a toddler, horrified the world. And that was before the dead three year old on the Turkish beach.
Many of the would-be migrants are young men looking for work in Europe, a traditional enterprise, but most of the new arrivals are families escaping the horrors of war in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen. Their plight has been described in the media in graphic terms, families arriving with nothing and expecting nothing, fleeing even worse conditions back at home.
The United States has taken in only a small number of the refugees and a usually voluble White House has been uncharacteristically quiet about the problem, possibly realizing that allowing in a lot of displaced foreigners at a time when there is an increasingly heated debate over immigration policy in general just might not be a good move, politically speaking. But it should perhaps be paying some attention to what caused the problem in the first place, a bit of introspection that is largely lacking both from the mainstream media and from politicians.
Indeed, I would assign to Washington most of the blame for what is happening right now. Since folks inside the beltway are particularly given to making judgements based on numerical data they might be interested in the toll exacted through America’s global war on terror. By one not unreasonable estimate, as many as four million Muslims have died or been killed as a result of the ongoing conflicts that Washington has either initiated or been party to since 2001.
There are, in addition, millions of displaced persons who have lost their homes and livelihoods, many of whom are among the human wave currently engulfing Europe. There are currently an estimated 2,590,000 refugees who have fled their homes from Afghanistan, 370,000 from Iraq, 3,880,000 million from Syria, and 1,100,000 from Somalia. The United Nations Refugee Agency is expecting at least 130,000 refugees from Yemen as fighting in that country accelerates. Between 600,000 and one million Libyans are living precariously in neighboring Tunisia.
The number of internally displaced within each country is roughly double the number of those who have actually fled and are seeking to resettle outside their homelands. Many of the latter have wound up in temporary camps run by the United Nations while others are paying criminals to transport them into Europe.
Significantly, the countries that have generated most of the refugees are all places where the United States has invaded, overthrown governments, supported insurgencies, or intervened in a civil war. The invasion of Iraq created a power vacuum that has empowered terrorism in the Arab heartland. Supporting rebels in Syria has piled Pelion on Ossa. Afghanistan continues to bleed 14 years after the United States arrived and decided to create a democracy. Libya, which was relatively stable when the U.S. and its allies intervened, is now in chaos, with its disorder spilling over into sub-Saharan Africa.
Everywhere people are fleeing the violence, which, among other benefits, has virtually obliterated the ancient Christian presence in the Middle East. Though I recognize that the refugee problem cannot be completely blamed on only one party, many of those millions would be alive and the refugees would for the most part be in their homes if it had not been for the catastrophic interventionist policies pursued by both Democratic and Republican administrations in the United States.
It is perhaps past time for Washington to begin to become accountable for what it does.The millions of people living rough or in tents, if they are lucky, need help and it is not satisfactory for the White House to continue with its silence, a posture that suggests that the refugees are somehow somebody else’s problem. They are, in fact, our problem. A modicum of honesty from President Barack Obama would be appreciated, perhaps an admission that things have not exactly worked out as planned by his administration and that of his predecessor. And money is needed. Washington throws billions of dollars to fight wars it doesn’t have to fight and to prop up feckless allies worldwide. For a change it might be refreshing to see tax money doing some good, working with the most affected states in the Middle East and Europe to resettle the homeless and making an honest effort to come to negotiated settlements to end the fighting in Syria and Yemen, both of which can only have unspeakably bad outcomes if they continue on their current trajectories.
Ironically, American hawks are exploiting the photo of the dead Syrian boy to blame the Europeans for the humanitarian crisis while also demanding an all-out effort to depose Bashar al-Assad. Last Friday’s Washington Post had a lead editorial headlined “Europe’s Abdication,” and also featured a Michael Gerson op-ed urging immediate regime change in Syria, blaming the crisis solely on Damascus. The editorial railed against European “racists” regarding the refugee plight. And it is not clear how Gerson, an evangelical neoconservative former speech writer for George W. Bush, can possibly believe that permitting Syria to fall to ISIS would benefit anyone.
We Americans are in something approaching complete denial about how truly horrible our nation’s recent impact on the rest of the world has been. We are universally hated, even by those who have their hands out to receive their Danegeld, and the world is undoubtedly shaking its head as it listens to the bile coming out of the mouths of our presidential candidates. Shakespeare observed that the “evil that men do lives after them,” but he had no experience of the United States. We choose to dissimulate regarding the bad choices we make followed up with lies to justify and mitigate our crimes. And still later the evil we do disappears down the memory hole. Literally.
In writing this piece I looked up Ali Hussein, the little Iraqi boy who was killed by the American bomb. He has been “disappeared” from Google, as well has the photo, presumably because his death did not meet community standards. He has likewise been eliminated from the Washington Post archive. The experience of Winston Smith in George Orwell’s 1984 immediately came to mind.
George Orwell’s 1984 was prophetic in ways beyond imaginable about a society that became not such a fun place right? He talked about an awful police state, kind of like the one we are moving toward at light speed… only correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t recall even 1984 having Humanoid Robots Capable of Hunting Down Humans Through the Woods, or mechanical attack dogs that might also be used in the near future to hunt humans.
THINK OF HOW MUCH GOOGLE KNOWS ABOUT YOU…
AND THEY ARE 1000000% IN BED WITH UNCLE SAM!
First of all, if what I am saying is sounds crazy, when anyone can give me a rationale explanation as to why Google (of all companies) has androids that can hunt down human beings, I might entertain the thought that I am being overly suspicious. Until then, I’m much more inclined to say you are overly UNDER-INFORMED! You dig? I have facts on my side, and I’m about to share… feel free to dispute me all you want… but facts must be disputed with facts, not platitudes, so if you don’t read the links, don’t expect a response.
Why don’t we start out with something light to advance my comment that Google and Uncle Sam are in bed by first introducing you to Google’s mechanical attack dog, that I’m SURE will never be weaponized in any way. PSHT! Like, that would be crazy right? Yeah, ok. Stay tuned. When you find out who is pulling the strings, and inventing this crazy stuff, see if sounds crazy then…
Meet Spot. Spot is a four-legged robot designed for indoor and outdoor operation. It is electrically powered and hydraulically actuated. Spot has a sensor head that helps it navigate and negotiate rough terrain. Spot weighs about 160 lbs. Spot can shake off a human kicking him while trying to escape (even on ice). Doesn’t that sound sweet?
A new robot designed for the US Army by Google fits the criteria of a 2008 Pentagon request for the development of a system which could detect and track “non-cooperative” humans in “pursuit/evasion scenarios”.
Spot is the latest military robot developed by Boston Dynamics, which was bought by Google last year. The robot is far more agile than its larger predecessor, Big Dog, and can run around at high speed both outside and indoors.
Video footage of the new robot shows its ability to recover from being kicked, even on icy surfaces.
The fact that Spot can operate indoors is somewhat ominous given a 2008 Pentagon request for contractors to build, “A software and sensor package to enable a team of robots to search for and detect human presence in an indoor environment.”
The proposal called for the development of robots, “to search for and detect a non-cooperative human subject” during “pursuit/evasion scenarios,” directing that they have the ability to “intelligently and autonomously search”.
The New Scientist’s Paul Marks responded to the story by asking, “How long before we see packs of droids hunting down pesky demonstrators with paralyzing weapons? Or could the packs even be lethally armed?”
Steve Wright, an expert on police and military technologies from Leeds Metropolitan University, also warned that such robots would eventually be armed.
“The giveaway here is the phrase ‘a non-cooperative human subject’.”
“What we have here are the beginnings of something designed to enable robots to hunt down humans like a pack of dogs. Once the software is perfected we can reasonably anticipate that they will become autonomous and become armed.”
“We can also expect such systems to be equipped with human detection and tracking devices including sensors which detect human breath and the radio waves associated with a human heart beat. These are technologies already developed.
Robotics Professor Noel Sharkey has also repeatedly asserted that the robots being developed by Boston Dynamics will eventually be used for crowd control and to hunt down and kill people.
“If you have an autonomous robot then it’s going to make decisions who to kill, when to kill and where to kill them,” Sharkey told the Alex Jones Show. “The scary thing is that the reason this has to happen is because of mission complexity and also so that when there’s a problem with communications you can send a robot in with no communication and it will decide who to kill, and that is really worrying to me.”
If Google’s mechanized attack dog was the only odd story with Google, then I can see how I might seem a bit paranoid. On that note, let’s meet Google’s Humanoid Robot That Can Hunt Down Humans Through the Woods. After all, Google needs something like that right? Right now the humanoid has a power cord tethered to it, but in other research I’ve done, that is not required for its operation. In the video below, the cord is used because of the power consumed as a result of the duration of the tests, but also to report diagnostics back to the testers. It is believed Google will have a working model without the need for any tether soon.
JUST AT THE 1:00 MARK BELOW, THE MACHINES TESTER SAYS THE FOLLOWING:
“Even with the tether, right now the machine has mobility that is RIGHT WITHIN SHOOTING RANGE of yours. Right now he can’t do EVERYTHING you can do, but as I’m sure you can imagine, if we keep pushing we’ll get there.”
I FEEL SAFE, HOW ABOUT YOU?
LET’S EXPLORE WHO’S BEHIND THIS MADNESS A BIT…
In the post titled,Prepare to be Microchipped. This is Not a “Request,”you’ll learn who somewhat recently became the head of what is arguably the largest private Research and Development program on earth, and what her plans are. She is none other than former DARPA head Regina Dugan pictured below. Former heard of DARPA, as in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency… aka the black ops portion of the U.S. military. DARPA describes itself as:
… an independent agency of the United States Department of Defense (DOD) that focuses on developing cutting edge technology to ensure that the United States remains ahead of its enemies. The organization has contributed a number of technologies to the United States military and the world in general, including the groundwork for the Internet. Many of the workings of this agency are kept concealed from the public, in the interests of keeping its technology under wraps so that it is not exploited by other nations.
INGESTIBLE RFID CHIPS? ALL TIN FOIL HAT STUFF RIGHT?
When you consider the New World Order/Bilderberg’s goal is to get humanity’s population down to no more than 500 million people (just ask Henry Kissinger, he loves talking about it), then this all looks pretty convenient doesn’t it? You’ve got the former head of the Department of Defense black ops program designing man hunting machines while at the same time designing and getting approval by the FDA for ingestible RFID chips that an be used to find you?
SURELY THIS CAN’T GET MUCH WORSE RIGHT?
Google knows absolutely everything there is to know about you. They probably know stuff about you that even you’ve forgotten about you.Allegedly, they do give you a way to delete your digital footprint with them, and I cover how to do that in, We Know Google Spies; What Secrets Do They Know About You?If/when Google gets people to ingest the chip, it probably doesn’t matter what they had on you, hence why they allow people to delete it, but that’s just speculation on my end. What is NOT speculation, is Google’s ties to Uncle Sam. Presumably that partnership is not for malevolent purposes.
In the past there was the Roman Empire, the Ottoman Empire and the Persian Empire. Over here in 2015 we have the Google empire. No seriously, think about it! Google is on a one way train to total takeover. They do it first and they do it right. This means Google also knows a whole lot about you. There is a very good reason for that! Google has been a government operation from almost day one. Sure, Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in September 1998, and that’s the story everyone hears about, HOWEVER, a team of investigators named INSURGE INTELLIGENCEcame to some very disturbing findings in their studies titled:
You can laugh and cry “Conspiracy Theory,” all you want, or read can read their findings and you can learn something. Those articles are littered with so much concrete, verifiable proof that Uncle Sam has been involved from the beginning, they literally have record of the date and time of all the initial meetings between Page, Brin, the CIA, and the NSA, who the meetings were with inside the intelligence community, and where the meetings took place. You’d have better luck proving the sky is green than proving this is a “Conspiracy Theory,” but you have to read the findings first.
“Patriots, at this crucial point in our nations history, information and knowledge are key, they mean the different between retaining or losing this republic.”
Please, get informed and read those articles on Google above! The reason Google is so cooperative with government, and they remain in bed with the police state, is because the company was born out of the police state. In 1999, the CIA created its own venture capital investment firm, In-Q-Tel, to fund promising start-ups that might create technologies useful for intelligence agencies. Guess who they discovered very early on, and virtually oversaw the entire development of Google? You guessed it: Larry Page and Sergey Brin.
INSURGE INTELLIGENCE, a new crowd-funded investigative journalism project, breaks the exclusive story of how the United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain ‘information superiority.’
In the video below, everything I’ve said is confirmed by Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars. The video below goes even further and details why the articles I posted below are SO important, starting with the Google’s head of Research and Development, Regina Dugan, the former head of top secret government agency DARPA, and has made it her mission to see to it all Americans are implanted with an RFID chip. Enjoy the video, because the last one is the one nightmare’s are made of.
If you’ve already read the post,What the Media Won’t Dare Reveal to You About Jade Helm, then you already saw this video, and probably have no desire to see it again if you’ve managed to get the nightmares to go away. Otherwise, before you can fully grasp how scary these Google “manhunters” are, you should probably get some idea of the larger picture involved:
Jade Helm is more than a simple military exercise. If you understand the technologies, you will see that Jade Helm is more an intelligence operation using Geospatial Intelligence mapping. In military terminology, “the human domain,” or “the human domain analytics,” refers to anything dealing with people. The battlefield of the future is not going to be between Nation states, rather there is literally a war on for your mind. It’s going to be about “Total Information Awareness.” He that controls information, controls.
To briefly recap and save some time, “JADE” is an ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE software application the military is now using that allocates manpower and equipment on-the-fly based on prior experience, prior events, and the capability of being able to “predict criminal activity.” It is an A.I. application that learns which tactics and personnel were most successful in different scenarios, and then builds on its knowledge as it goes. That is what the “JADE” part of Jade Helm. JADE is taking the “helm” (lead) in this exercise, hence the title “JADE HELM.” The software itself that is running “Operation Jade Helm” is from a company called, “Palantir,” and we know Palantir was funded by the CIA. What we don’t know is whether Bilderberg Chief Peter Thiel asked the CIA to fund the program and build it for him, or if the CIA funded and built the program, and then asked Thiel to run it.
Either way, the CIA’s Frankenstein is being run by the New World Order’s Top Henchman, using YOUR tax dollars, positioning military assets at an alarming rate all over the country, and YOU are the pawn. By the way, I thought you might want to know the NSA named the project “SKYNET.” Remind you of any movies you’ve seen? [Hint: Terminator Series]. As if you’re not probably insanely creeped put already right now, you haven’t even seen the videos below, or heard the icing on the cake yet. I’ll save that for the end of the post.
WARNING: THIS VIDEO IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART:
In the video below, which is about 30 minutes, but will feel like 30 second because you’ll be on the edge of your seat from start to finish, get a FULL picture of what “Jade Helm” and it’s Artificial Intelligence software are doing. Former guest host of Coast to Coast John B. Wells said the following of the video:
“EVEN IF EVERYTHING YOU SAID IS WRONG, AND I DON’T SUSPECT IT IS, IT’S STILL JUST SO COMPLEX, AND SO DIABOLICAL, AND SO SCREWED UP, BUT IN THIS BEAUTIFULLY ENGINEERED WAY, IT’S EXTRAORDINARILY MONSTROUS!”
I HAVE A GREAT IDEA…
LET’S ALL VOTE DEMOCRAT AND TRY TO GROW GOVERNMENT MORE!
IF THEY JUST HAD MORE POWER THEY COULD FIX THE PROBLEMS?