10 ways ‘the police state’ tracks you



When discussing the “promotion of a police state” in music videos, I am not referring to an abstract, theoretical concept. It is real and it is happening. The high-tech chips and devices seen a few years ago in sci-fi movies and futuristic music videos are used on us today. Here’s an article from Activist Post describing 10 ways the police state keeps track of you.

The war on terror is a worldwide endeavor that has spurred massive investment into the global surveillance industry, which now seems to be becoming a war on “liberty and privacy.” Given all of the new monitoring technology being implemented, the uproar over warrantless wiretaps now seems moot.

High-tech, first-world countries are being tracked, traced, and databased, literally around every corner. Governments, aided by private companies, are gathering a mountain of information on average citizens who so far seem willing to trade liberty for supposed security. Here are just some of the ways the matrix of data is being collected:

GPS — Global positioning chips are now appearing in everything from U.S. passports and cell phones to cars. More common uses include tracking employees, and for all forms of private investigation. Apple recently announced they are collecting the precise location of iPhone users via GPS for public viewing in addition to spying on users in other ways.

Internet — Internet browsers are recording your every move forming detailed cookies on your activities. The National Security Administration has been exposed as having cookies on their site that don’t expire until 2035. Major search engines know where you surfed last summer, and online purchases are databased, supposedly for advertising and customer service uses. IP addresses are collected and even made public. Controversial websites can be flagged internally by government sites, as well as re-routing all traffic to block sites the government wants to censor. It has now been fully admitted that social networks provide no privacy to users while technologies advance for real-time social network monitoring is already being used. The Cybersecurity Act attempts to legalize the collection and exploitation of your personal information. Apple’s iPhone also has browsing data recorded and stored. All of this despite the overwhelming opposition to cybersurveillance by citizens.

RFID — Forget your credit cards which are meticulously tracked, or the membership cards for things so insignificant as movie rentals which require your Social Security number. Everyone has Costco, CVS, grocery-chain cards, and a wallet or purse full of many more. RFID “proximity cards” take tracking to a new level in uses ranging from loyalty cards, student ID, physical access, and computer network access. Latest developments include an RFID powder developed by Hitachi, for which the multitude of uses are endless — perhaps including tracking hard currency so we can’t even keep cash undetected. (Also see microchips below).

Traffic cameras — License plate recognition has been used to remotely automate duties of the traffic police in the United States, but have been proven to have dual use in England such as to mark activists under the Terrorism Act. Perhaps the most common use will be to raise money and shore up budget deficits via traffic violations, but uses may descend to such “Big Brother” tactics as monitors telling pedestrians not to litter as talking cameras already do in the UK.

Computer cameras and microphones — The fact that laptops — contributed by taxpayers — spied on public school children (at home) is outrageous. Years ago Google began officially to use computer “audio fingerprinting” for advertising uses. They have admitted to working with the NSA, the premier surveillance network in the world. Private communications companies already have been exposed routing communications to the NSA. Now, keyword tools — typed and spoken — link to the global security matrix.

Public sound surveillance — This technology has come a long way from only being able to detect gunshots in public areas, to now listening in to whispers for dangerous “keywords.” This technology has been launched in Europe to “monitor conversations” to detect “verbal aggression” in public places. Sound Intelligence is the manufacturer of technology to analyze speech, and their website touts how it can easily be integrated into other systems.

Biometrics — The most popular biometric authentication scheme employed for the last few years has been Iris Recognition. The main applications are entry control, ATMs and government programs. Recently, network companies and governments have utilized biometric authentication including fingerprint analysis, iris recognition, voice recognition, or combinations of these for use in national identification cards.

DNA — Blood from babies has been taken for all people under the age of 38. In England, DNA was sent to secret databases from routine heel prick tests. Several reports have revealed covert Pentagon databases of DNA for “terrorists” and now DNA from all American citizens is databased. Digital DNA is now being used as well to combat hackers.

Microchips — Microsoft’s HealthVault and VeriMed partnership is to create RFID implantable microchips. Microchips for tracking our precious pets is becoming commonplace and serves to condition us to accept putting them in our children in the future. The FDA has already approved this technology for humans and is marketing it as a medical miracle, again for our safety.

Facial recognition — Anonymity in public is over. Admittedly used at President Obama’s campaign events, sporting events, and most recently at the G8/G20 protests in Canada. This technology is also harvesting data from Facebook images and surely will be tied into the street “traffic” cameras.

All of this is leading to Predictive Behavior Technology — It is not enough to have logged and charted where we have been; the surveillance state wants to know where we are going through psychological profiling. It’s been marketed for such uses as blocking hackers. Things seem to have advanced to a point where a truly scientific Orwellian world is at hand. It is estimated that computers know to a 93 percent accuracy where you will be, before you make your first move. Nanotech is slated to play a big role in going even further as scientists are using nanoparticles to directly influence behavior and decision making.

Many of us are asking: What would someone do with all of this information to keep us tracked, traced, and databased? It seems the designers have no regard for the right to privacy and desire to become the Controllers of us all.

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We re all ready a police state. If you are not a politician or rich you are an enemy.

Does anyone know anything about that new "Tyger Text" app for smart phones that virtually deletes your text messages from existience? It deletes it from your phone, the person you sent it to, anyone they possibly forwarded it to, and the cell phone company's records, SUPPOSEDLY. It sounds like a load of crap to me anyway.

Since I see there are a lot of South Africans posting on this thread (and the Denver Airport won't let me post!) I was wondering if anyone saw the DIA article and said holy #@$! That looks like Menlyn Mall! Any thoughts?

Well, adding to what the South Africans say, here in Nigeria, it is definitely the wild wild West!! Other than the embassies where CCTV cameras are visible, there is no monitoring on anything!! Given the recent explosion in the police headquarters just last week, the authorities are clueless as to what to do. Sometimes I wonder if there should be some sort of 'presence' overlooking as it is quite scary that things happen from one day to the next and there is nobody out there who can do anything about it. Sorry to say but countries do need some sort of control, management otherwise it is chaos!

listen why exactly do they want to watch us, doing mundane, embarrassing, whatever….we are supposed to be in the privacy of our home? say no to tv then, no internet………..come on! also, they make it sound good by kidnapping and almost killing someone, but its not that bad see? GPS helped find her!??! (even tho who was the one who kidnapped her and beat and raped her?) a sinful pawn.

does anyone know about targetted individuals because i am targetted and have been for a few years. i get harassed, i get subliminal messages, i am made to feel paranoid, i have even had a site mention WHAT I WAS TALKING ABOUT in the privacy of friends. i have had lots of things occur and happen to me, alot! i cant even begin to write about it here….

"sort of like the truman show, only not as funny" -Leela from futurama

Leela don't worry …just kick it and flip the Tv on…everyone loves hypno-toad.

Hey buddy, you forgot AIR MILES cards…and other similar points club cards

"Apple recently announced they are collecting the precise location of iPhone users via GPS for public viewing in addition to spying on users in other ways." Apple announced no such thing, which calls into question the level of research and logic that went into the rest of this article. To clarify what actually happened: 1) Apple maintains a crowd-sourced (i.e. where information is obtained in anonymous ways without containing any user-identifiable content) database of *cell-phone towers*, and iPhones download small pieces of this database and cache them *based on their GPS location* so that they know the towers in their area and can quickly connect to them as they move within the region. 2) As such, the GPS location is reported anonymously and for a specific purpose. This is a far cry from tracking user's identifiably and reporting their position to the public! In fact, ALL PHONES keep cached databases… Read more »

All of this is true and freely admitted by everyone which makes the indifference of the public even more unsettling. I mean I read about some of this stuff in The Wall Street Journal FOR KIDS! You would think the public would be up in arms about their information being sold to advertisers and who knows who else they sell it to but it is unsettling.

Most of you will be unaware of the fact that Flash movies and applications can store their own ‘Flash cookies’ which are entirely separate from normal cookies. There is no way to delete or even view these cookies in your web browser, so they can be used to see what sites you’ve visited even if you’ve deleted all your history and normal cookies. So, if you want to keep your visited sites a secret then you need to delete these flash cookies either manually or using a tool. These cookies are usually saved in C:Documents and Settings[Username]Application DataMacromediaFlash Player#SharedObjects[Random Name] Windows 7 and vista users, try C:Users[Username]Application DataMacromediaFlash Player#SharedObjects[Random Name] instead. This directory will contain sub-directories, one for each site which uses a Flash cookie. The cookie data is stored in files with a .sol extension. You can manually delete the directories for the sites which you don’t want to… Read more »

G. Thanks for the info. But I can't find a path to a "Application Data Folder". I even did a search. I am using XP Home. But it looks like I don't even have a "Macromedia" folder either so maybe I'm good? This goes over my head obviously.

To change settings for websites you have already visited, use the Website Storage Settings panel and delete all sites.



you can use the above actual adobe flash player settings manager to delete flash cookies when you log off but do the cookies actually disappear or they're still stored without our knowledge.

To add to the Internet tracking.. FLASH COOKIES developed by adobe are never deleted by 99.999999% of people, in fact almost nobody even knows the exist. Research it.

So who are all the people keeping track of all this data? I'm not saying it's not happening but the vast majority of people work, play, eat and sleep. We all routinely do the same things everyday so it's not that hard to predict where we go and what we do. I'm of the mindstate that I'm not doing anything in violation of the laws so I could care less if someone wants to watch me. I just find it hard to believe "THEY" have the manpower it would take to track millions of people in real time. Sure the "DATA" is there but do you know how much data they would have to go through on the daily basis? Now IF they have a reason to look at you, sure they can go back and research everything you've been doing. This is The Matrix, this is what we've been… Read more »

Hey Ionic8 – this might interest you:

In heavy circulation this week, here are some excerpts from a Baltimore Sun article from 5/10 I found in Popular Science. It's all over though.

You can get the article from the Sun, but it looks like a video was removed, I don't think the NASA rep was supposed to 'drop the number', just guessing.

The National Security Agency is, by nature, an extreme example of the e-hoarder. And as the governmental organization responsible for things like, say, gathering intelligence on such Persons of Interest as Osama bin Laden, that impulse makes sense–though once you hear the specifics, it still seems pretty incredible. In a story about the bin Laden mission, the NSA very casually dropped a number: Every six hours, the agency collects as much data as is stored in the entire Library of Congress.

Creeeepy. I knew there was a reason I did not like the U.S. besides the crappy food…I wonder how strict the surveillance is in Italy?

All in the name of safety…right?


The facial recognition software is already used quite a bit in the private sector, especially in casinos both in CT and Vegas. I can also assume Atlantic City as well.

I think we need to resort to a modified sign language, abstain from using c/cards, no smartphone or even phones, we need to gain as much knowledge now b4 it(the system) restricts us or stops us from using internet/books. Move from the major cities s where there's no Governments and try and start something!!!!!!!!!

YEAH!… who's with me!

sounds mad but better safe than sorry…

Just for the sake of asking it, I've always wondered how people in the Media determine how many people have 'tuned in' to a certain new program, or last episode of some hit show. I've asked everywhere and everyone since I was 11, call me paranoid, but I really want to know. I used to think if I made some movie, I'd like to know if it was popular, how do I do it?

Does anyone know? Is it just an estimate…or. Lol. Have they always been monitoring us?

Well, for movies they go by ticket and/or DVD sales.

For TV, they have used the Neilsen rating system for a long time, which is where people are paid to allow boxes to be installed in their homes to monitor what shows they watch.

I also talked to someone recently who told me that Neilsen is now doing the same with Internet traffic -paying people a monthly price to allow monitoring of where they go and what they do on the Internet. Obviously, there are also many other ways this can be done, with cookies and directly from the ISPs (Internet Service Providers like Roadrunner, Qwest, etc).

Hope this helps.

It did. Thanks a lot. <3

Ive wondered this too!!

Knowing the NWO types can spy on us is not enough and never will be. It is necessary to fight back and force them to retreat. The best place to start is in one's own neighborhood.

If you are able to, run for local office with other like-minded folks and begin taking apart the NWO apparatus in your city or town. For the local neighborhoods are the best areas we can affect, the most responsive to change.

Waiting for the NWO to pick us up and pick us off is a blasphemy to God and an insult to Humanity. Fight back against them, whether in America, Russia, Red China, Britain, France, Israel, Palestine or anywhere else on Earth.

"No surrender!" MEANS "No surrender!" Period!

Last night, I was driving home and singing (very awfully) to some Pat Benetar… and I realized… having my phone at all times enables my privacy to be revoked at any given moment. Not to assume I am so important that all my activities are recorded, but to assume they are- I found myself questioning all the things I do and how often or how little… How one may be perceived from the things one does or says when alone…. I felt very uneasy about it. Personally, I think humans 'need' that chance to just let themselves go without worrying about repercussions or judgments. To live in fear of constant scrutiny hinders us that much more from evolving. To think I can't squawk "Hell is for children" while I pick my nose and make fun of people who drive Hummers in private pisses me off. There is nothing, not one… Read more »
Emery, I understand what you are saying (I too have been known to break into song), but the way I see it, NOBODY is perfect/flawless/without sin/immaculately pure, etc. Everyone has skeletons in their closet, embarassing quirks, whatever… INCLUDING the very folks who are policing us. (In many cases, as we've seen, their transgressions are FAR WORSE than anything that the so-called average person could ever dream of doing.) I grew tired of living in fear a LONG time ago. I choose to live my life without fear, doubt, or shame, regardless of who or what is watching. Let them watch. Watch and learn, I say. NOTHING I can do is any worse than anything "they" may do. I am what I am, and if someone doesn't like it, they can go kiss my ___. I know in my heart that I am a good person, and I know that if… Read more »

good articule v.c.

now this may be off topic slightly or not but i would suggest also looking into TETRA systems and mast's that have been jumping up all over the place in USA and UK which are supposedly for emergency service communication yet they conviently run at human brainwave function around Beta wave length i believe and seem to have a long list of bad affects on human beings including brain function. The reason i mention these mast's is becuase there may be a possibility of them also being used to monitor people aswel as brainwashing/mind control uses.

All the more reason then to take them down permanently from our neighborhoods. Run for your local zoning board and fight to get them removed, no matter how long it takes.

We give them everything. People are constantly dumping their information into facebook, gmail, et al. Sure, these services are free, but it's not about the money money money…

THANK YOU for this article. I've been waiting to read something like this. Many people seem to think that what you write is "dooms-day" stuff; that its going to happen in the future, that bad things are coming.. But rather, it is as you've said, "It is real and it is happening."

I just pray that we have the strength to overcome if we have to go through any suffering..I pray for everyone and their family and their children. In Jesus name. Amen.

In the early 2000 a woman walked in a restricted cable company room to see 100's of monitors showing people on their couches chairs and various locations of the house. each screen monitored 1000s of cable units. She ended up in the hospital a few weeks later with severe injuries due to a car injury. Brake cables gone! her family as well sustained multiple 'accidents'. She doesn't speak out anymore, Last i read she 'overdosed'. She had proof aka pics and film. So when i watch my tv i know they are watching me and i do some acts for them. True story. filmed in your own home. fiber optics. Now its satelite wifi track you through the house. may they rest in hell!!

Rev 21:1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the former heaven and the former earth had passed away, and the sea is no more. 2 I saw also the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God and prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. 3 With that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: “Look! The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them, and they will be his peoples. And God himself will be with them. 4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” abit of comfort for you people. this system of things is soon to pass away, and in the new world obedient mankind shall be free… Read more »

Your kidding! Really?

You know what I do with these articles? I post them on my Facebook. I will not fear those who can kill the body but not the soul.

Good on you Alaina!!!

I posted a few things on my facebook.. and got responses like "riiiight….you've gone all weird" funny how people love the trivial things like planking but hate to be shown the important things.

I even lost facebook "friends" over it! =)

T.H.E.Y already know who we are from tracking the sites we visit… so why not share it on FB and try to wake others up while we can still use the internet.

okay God created us He gave us ALL that we need to protect/defend ourselves Instead of being afraid or anxious about evil and its agenda why don't people USE their own God-given POWERS (spiritual/mental) to defeat evil, WE CAN DO IT destroying evil is the duty of believers If you believe in one God who is holy/perfect/complete/good you are a believer and YOU CAN overcome the enemy and all of his evil servants God does not give us a spirit of fear but of POWER and love and a sound mind.

its not "magic" its God's will and it DOES work

That's not enough.

Prayer, though the first means of fighting the NWO, isn't enough. Action must be taken along with prayer. Concrete action on the local level first, starting with one's own neighborhood.

Well, that is not news. But ask yourself honestly are you ready to give up your mobile phone, Internet access, social network page, credit card, etc.? Personally, I think our privacy has been taken away from us with our silent consent. 99% of people use various technological gadgets without knowing even the basic principles of how they work! It is an absolutely natural thing, that a locksmith by default knows how to open the lock he's made – so those who operate any technological systems know how retrieve, store & use your personal data against you if necessary. As for me, I'm not afraid of "them" and not gonna hide, though it may be quite reasonable at times.

No one on this planet is free anymore, not even the ones in control.

we are free and we are also who enslave ourselves. our choice.

"truepatriot says:

May 18, 2011 at 12:21 pm

@Nosens, you are dilusional and have no real knowledge of what’s really going on. Maybe you should spend time doing more research so you’re not so confused. I suggest reading Behold A Pale Horse-by Willaim Cooper ex Naval Intelligence officer who had access to many top secret gov’t files. And who has actually spoken with people in “high places” freemasons."

Delusional? who know, maybe i am, but be sure of one thing, i did my homework before answering (spent 15 years on the subject). Repeating, what others say is not the best way to figure it out, searching and firgure it out by yourself with reliable sources or clues that really make sens is.

But well, if what you said, make sens to you, so be it ;-), no hard feeling for me.

Be safe.

Why do you guys think like this? I don't mind having more security, only criminals would.

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.

Benjamin Franklin

If a nation expects to be both ignorant and free, it expects what

never was and never will be.

President Thomas Jefferson.

"We are not here because we are free…. we are here because we are not free"

The article talks about the police using Traffic Cameras to spy on people.

Interesting note on that: A few places have since removed the traffic cameras. In disgust(!!!) Since people are following the laws and not blasting through red lights in those areas, their hopes for white-collar traffic criminals filling their coffers with remotely-gathered gains.

The world is ending before our very eyes!

Well then, neighbor, what are you going to do about it?

The only thing to do:

Luke 21:36 Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.

"So long as the people do not care to exercise their freedom, those who wish to tyrannize will do so; for tyrants are active and ardent, and will devote themselves in the name of any number of gods, religious and otherwise, to put shackles upon sleeping men." — Voltaire

The present apathy in our society hurts me to my core; we have the capacity to be and do so much better, but most people flat-out don't give a damn.

Brilliant article, Vigilant. Your posts sustain me. Much love and respect to you all.

The hope left for avoiding a 1984/Brave New World/Fahrenheit 451 dystopia is for the planet itself to unleash its antibodies against the global pandemic of humanity itself.

No, Eric, humanity is not a curse upon the Earth. We are not a virus, otherwise Christ would not have died for us on the Cross.

It IS up to us to continue to inform our neighbors and resist the NWO folks pushing this on us. That means getting rid of the traffic cameras, the monitoring computers, every single media outlet promoting the NWO – directly or indirectly, tearing down EVERY FEMA camp without exception and so on.

But it all begins in your neighborhood, one person at a time, one town or city at a time. Start today.

I now remember about 30, 000 Guillotine ready for Christians, Patriots who defend their country 1st Amendment and many others. Well, the will get ready to cut off our heads till then. Fabian, Freemasonry and other secret societies join hand in hand.

Wow… It's George Orwell's "1984" happening right in front of us.

Yup! I at first got mad after reading that book and doing research about everything this site reports on. But now, I'm sad. I try to get people to research themselves but people look at me as if I'm crazy and that its just a conspiracy theory. Even my own mama would rather go to TMZ.com then this website or read articles that I print off. I often wonder, are we doomed? Is there really anything we can do? I feel like if we do stand against all of this s**t…they (whoever they encompasses) will "catch" us. I would never not fight for my freedom or for what I believe in. But I just wish people would wake the hell up!!!

Like Jesus said himself: "watch and pray."

I feel the same way , like I have maybe very very few that believe me and there are those who I would of thought would believe me and not call me crazy but do even when I present the truth to them they give Their back and even though it hurts me that everyone we love or are friends with cannot wake up and realize the truth is right under their nose but you gotta be strong and have faith that one of theses days this truth and us will come out and We will win this crazy insane evil battle it's just a matter of time we just gotta pick are heads up and keep trying keep pushing the truth whether no one believes us whether they don't wanna hear it keep pushing and keep spreading the word cause the truth will set us free .. Remember that… Read more »

Only the few shall follow. Only the few will be revolutionary.

Getting paranoid will do you no good. There is no way they could truly monitor everyone. It would require millions to monitor the millions that are being monitored. So once again sleep well tonight, nobody is coming for you.

Being informed and being paranoid are two different things. If you are not interested in knowing how your own tax dollars are being used to violate your own privacy, that is your choice. But please don't be an a*****e, posting condescending remarks, associating with paranoia, those who are interested.

Wow calling me an a*****e is not going to win you any battles my friend. Having a comment section is meant for what the reader responded to in any said article. This article was in fact meant to spike your interest and worry about being monitored. It also leads a lot of people to fear or become paranoid. Im am unsure how exactly I was being an a*****e.

@Listen, THANKYOU, couldn't have said it better.

It only takes a few large computers to monster everyone. U don't need millions of people. And its all run in a compartmentalized fashion so the few doing the monitoring don't even really know wharf they are monitoring or why.

Predictive text on my dumb phone.

Thing is, they don't need to actively monitor everyone. Just the people who appear more active than the rest…and the rest they set up their files to trigger if something pops up.

This is true and why I have no reason to worry.

I think both sides of this one are correct in their own ways. The thing to remember is that like fire, guns or most such things, they can be used for good or evil. Rescuing lost people with GPS is a great thing, ofc, but these same technologies can (and sadly are) being used for evil purposes already, so there's really only one direction that can go, unfortunately…for the worse. So, with so many kinds of awesome tech available now to the ruling elite cult, you really just need to reflect on who has the power and control over these high tech toys that can be used for "unfriendly" and illegal purposes. Simply put, the very wealthy and evil people in our world have control over how, when and where these weapons of surveillance, military force and propaganda will be used. The "why" should be obvious enough…because they can, and… Read more »
So, the system is tracking me and the information is held somewhere. So? It's not like that some man is sitting in his office and watching my every move. I don't feel disturbed hy this. Infact, I think that some things are quite usefull. Lets say, somebody gets kidnapped or just disappeares and he's got a cellphone with him. With a tracking chip inside. So you call the police, they get into tracking system and gather the information about cellphone's current location. And that might help finding a missing person. And the camera's in public places quite helped to reduce the crime (at least in my country, i think). Don't get me wrong, I realy love this site and appreaciate all the work that is being done here, it realy makes me be more aware of what is happening in the world. I just want to say, that not all… Read more »

I actually knew a young woman who was raped and beaten and left for dead in a field. The only way they found her was through the GPS on her phone. So, IMO, these things can be used for both good and bad (like everything else in the world). I and her family are extremely grateful for the ability to track via GPS!!!

Try watching hunger games and you'll see its disadvantages

I don't believe in the Usa people is free, never believed.

10 ways to prove YOU are not free

So True!

10 Indications The United States Is A Dictatorship:
For a people to be free, they must first be honest with themselves, their government, and the world at large. History is filled with stories of free nations that fell under the spell cast by their governments who exploited the threat of terror

Thanks for sharing that…I will be more cautious from now on.


cookies that don't expire til 2035? awesome!

(that's me being hungry)

@Steiner unfortunately there is real evidence ex Naval Intelligence Willaim Cooper sites the locations in his book. He actually contacted the Army Reserves-Military POW command and spoke with the leader of the unit Mr. Fennerin: he gave his approval to William Cooper that the list of detention centers/concentration camps he sited were correct. When William Cooper asked him who the camps were for he replied "enemies of the United States" William Cooper asked him if enemies of the United States included U.S. citizens; William Cooper states that he then became angry and would not deny that the camps were for U.S. citizens. Also L.E.A.F (Law Enforcement Assistance Force) a specially trained and outfitted Military Police unit, whose members will serve as shock troops in the state's war against political protestors and demonstrators in other words patriots. -Mind you William Cooper has been assassinated by Masons for this book and his… Read more »
@truepatriot "Also L.E.A.F (Law Enforcement Assistance Force) a specially trained and outfitted Military Police unit, whose members will serve as shock troops in the state’s war against political protestors and demonstrators in other words patriots. " You are spreading mis-information, and just trying to stir things up with outright lies. They will not serve as "shock troops" in a war against political protestors and demonstrators. These are retired law enforcement officers and others that have experience and training that can be called upon to help in times of major disasters. Read what is below so that you can have an accurate description of what LEAF is really about. Law Enforcement Assistance Force Act of 2007 or the LEAF Act – Directs the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish a Law Enforcement Assistance Force (Force) to facilitate the contributions of retired law enforcement officers and agents during major disasters. Outlines Force… Read more »
@truepatriot "Mind you William Cooper has been assassinated by Masons for this book and his movement to get the truth out about the gov’t and coming NWO." Again you are giving mis-information regarding William Cooper. He was NOT assassinated by Masons or anyone else. He shot a police officer in the head while they were trying to serve an arrest warrant. By 1998 Cooper was living in Arizona. Still wanted on the charges of tax evasion, Cooper was the subject of an arrest warrant for "aggravated assault with a deadly weapon" against a local doctor shortly before his death. On his website, Cooper wrote that any attempt to execute unlawful arrest warrants "will be met with armed resistance." In July and September 2001, Cooper was accused of brandishing a handgun to threaten passersby near his home in Eagar, Arizona. Just before midnight on November 6, 2001, officers of the Apache… Read more »

@killuminati or truepatriot (seems like you're using two names)

Obstinacy!!! “Ignorance is NEVER bliss”

Stupidity is something you're born with or without.

Ignorance is something you do by choice.

The difference between you and me is that I can back up my statements with true facts. You have to make yours up.

I won't respond to any more of your posts. It's just not worth the trouble.

True patriot… Just so happens ur post caught my eye because ive lately been reading mr. Coopers book. Ive been reading it online, i wonder how fast a persons info is shipped to a government monitored hotlist just for reading that book online?


I think we are already in a police state! We are in the beginings of the already established NWO. The only thing the makes us/USA different from other countries is that we actually believe we are free! They raid homes in other countries because these ppl without knowing are not accepting the NWO, by choice, religious reasons or plan life style.

Only in our minds are able to be free, and even then they're probably listening.

Private firms are already investing in technology to read minds… "US security officials could soon be screening potential terror suspects with a new type of technology capable of detecting "hostile intent". – sounds like the Pre-crime police you see in movies like 'Minority Report' doesnt it?… http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northam… I think this technology is already used in Israeli airports… "The system that Israeli-based WeCU Technologies has devised and is testing in Israel projects images onto airport screens, such as symbols associated with a certain terrorist group or some other image only a would-be terrorist would recognize, company CEO Ehud Givon said. The logic is that people can't help reacting, even if only subtly, to familiar images that suddenly appear in unfamiliar places. If you strolled through an airport and saw a picture of your mother, Givon explained, you couldn't help but respond. The reaction could be a darting of the eyes, an… Read more »

@ Essential Truth Thanks for sharing that, i figured tha technology was already here. Tha way they explained their logic behind it was kinda unnerving tho. Iv'e never flown N i don't think i ever will. They're gonna find a way to do this on a larger scale, if they haven't already.

@American Patriot just stop posting and debating with everyone already, you really dont know what you're talking about!!!

Land of the slaves home of the cowards


If you don't like it you can always leave. Nobody is forcing you to stay.

Where else can you go an have the same freedoms that we have here?

Answer: Nowhere.

@Patriot. What freedoms are you referring to? Can you name me one area of your life that the government does not have their hands in? What is not taxed is regulated in one form or another. About the only thing you can do unrestricted right now is to think for yourself. Oh, wait, the thought police are on their way

@Whats Next

"What freedoms are you referring to?"

I'm talking about the "Bill of Rights"

"Can you name me one area of your life that the government does not have their hands in?

They only have their hands in what I allow them to have. There are always work arounds if you look hard enough.

"What is not taxed is regulated in one form or another."

This is true in any country.

About the only thing you can do unrestricted right now is to think for yourself. Oh, wait, the thought police are on their way."

Can YOU name any place in the world where you can do anything you want unrestricted?

Answer: Of course not. All countries have laws that restrict what you can or can't do.

I want to know where you live AP – maybe I should move there. Feels to me like the Constitution and Bill of Rights have been killed. Confirmed by a quick DNA test, then dropped to sea.

The Bill of Rights was shredded by the Patriot Act. What that didn't destroy is being systematically destroyed almost daily. Look at the Indiana Supreme Court and the US Supreme Court rulings over the past week. Cops being able to enter your home with no probable cause or search warrant, if that is not police state please explain what is.

Now Bill Clinton is calling for an agency to oversee lies being spread on the internet. There is your thought police.

As far as a free country, Iceland is the closest thing we have to it. They told the bankers to go screw themselves and are refusing to play along with the ponzi scheme called bailouts. That shows more balls than 98% of the people in this country display. They are on the right track to taking back their freedoms. I applaud each and every one of them!

Where to, Pat-Riot?

At my age (the downward side of forty) and lack of "success," I wouldn't be welcomed anywhere except as a tourist (with a time limit), and THAT'S dropping fast.

@Godozo – you have a point! Then to add insult to injury, the current questionnaire being proposed by the US State Department for new or renewing passports might render obtaining one a bit more than difficult (impossible?). Here are a few stories on that from the last month or so, ranging from the mildly conspiratorial to the worse case scenario outlook. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42765513/ns/travel-tr… – "Want a U.S. passport? Were you circumcised? Proposed questionnaire gets personal for applicants who can't supply birth certificate." http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/04/25/state-depar… – The new document (PDF) would require that certain applicants submit a list of every residence and every job they've ever had since birth. http://johngaltfla.com/wordpress/2011/04/26/the-l… This is the danger of DS-5513, revealing that it may well be the final padlock on the gates of what will become the largest detention camp constructed in world history. The security is in place, the spying and surveillance network built, the management… Read more »

American Patriot, your name really suits you. You are exactly the american and the patriot they are trying to groom. Great job on giving yourself up so readily! 😀 I'm sure they'll give you a very special "patriot" sticker just for your help, with an RFID chip in it of course. 😉

@ Whats next You state that everything is regulated, so is every country, the difference is that in america we have freedoms. Go to China and learn what "restrictions" really mean, you have NO right to free speech. At all. @ to the many other replies to AP…. I actually like the fact that they have records of where i am via GPS. If i get pulled over for speeding- i am able to access my GPS records and fight it in court. Does that sound like a police state? That you can get out of a speeding ticket if you were not speeding, and in turn giving less money to your so-called "police state". I hope they take it too the next level so that if i get lost or disappear in the words (car breaks down) they know where i am and how to find me (to rescue… Read more »