May the good lord have mercy on the poor souls suffering torture.
Costs: $60 for an analog meter, plus $30 a month and $1 for each mile beyond 20 miles from Cooperative’s corporate headquarters.
Biometric identification for nearly all citizens is here. I tried to stop this for years, but failed.
From Mark at the Constitutional Alliance:
Last week the internet was ablaze with reports of the Dept. of Homeland
InSecurity contracting to obtain license plate tracking information, and then the subsequent canceling of request to contract. Contrary to what many are thinking, that was not a victory for we the people.
It seems as if many people are under the mistaken impression that we dodged a surveillance-bullet when DHS withdrew this solicitation. We didn’t. A national plate tracking database exists, run by Vigilant Solutions, and it is widely used by law enforcement nationwide. The company is currently aggressively defending in court its ability to track anyone it wants, however it wants. If you’d like to see which agencies have access to its rapidly growing database, you can click here and scroll through the drop down menu. Vigilant has helpfully provided a list for all to peruse.
More on the beta testing city for the police state, Los Angeles, CA.
It has long been an open secret that U.S. and other government agencies have been spreading disinformation and misdirection among dissident groups, including various “patriot myths” designed to disrupt activists and prevent them from making competent efforts. One of the just-released documents by Edward Snowden includes the British manual for doing that, which is shared with its allies. See http://21stcenturywire.com/2014/02/25/snowden-training-guide-for-gchq-nsa-agents-infiltrating-and-disrupting-alternative-media-online/
So the next time you receive word from some “patriot” for actions that are too simple, obvious, direct, and appealing, the odds are high that is coming from a government agent.
-- Jon ---------------------------------------------------------- Constitution Society http://constitution.org 2900 W Anderson Ln C-200-322 twitter.com/lex_rex Austin, TX 78757 512/299-5001 email@example.com ---------------------------------------------------------- https://firstlook.org/theintercept/2014/02/24/jtrig-manipulation/
There is a simple way to solve this problem. All a State has to do is repeal the plate requirement for motor vehicles. Some States are talking about cutting water off to the NSA. Why should people be tagged like cattle when they travel? Cut the plates off, problem solved. Instead the Tennessee General Assembly is looking to steal more money by upping seat belt fines. More of that tough of crime garbage from Republicans.
Much more detailed information about the NSA is available that what you see below, but I’ve been short on time; therefore, I put this together regarding Senator Campfield’s SB1849 4th Amendment Protection Act. I do not expect Senator Overbey to stand against the NSA and for the privacy of we the people. He has never championed freedom, but I am willing to be pleasantly surprised.
Support Senator Campfield’s 4th Amendment Protection Act. The federal government is out of control, and the NSA is one of many ABC organizations that the federal government has failed to reign in.
Do you seriously trust Barack Obama to reign in the NSA? In case you need a refresher, here are 545 Examples of Obama’s Lying, Lawbreaking, Corruption, & Cronyism
Listen to NSA Whistleblower Thomas Drake here: http://www.bcpublicrecord.com/?p=4644
The 4th amendment is already being trashed with domestic enemy Commissioner of Dept. of Safety and Homeland Insecurity Bill Gibbons teaming up with the feds for VIRP.
The Washington Post reports that the black budget costs $52.6 Billion a year, but that’s a conservative estimate when the Dept. of Homeland Security has admitted that it doesn’t know how much it’s spending on Fusion Centers.
Tennessee has already wasted $200 million expanding the police state. http://www.bcpublicrecord.com/?p=1150
This situation has gotten so out of control that Electronic Service Providers can’t even tell their lawyers what big snooping government wants.
Fusion center director: We don’t spy on Americans, just anti-government Americans. Right, except who defines who is anti-government? http://rt.com/usa/fusion-center-director-spying-070/
The US doesn’t even make the top 10 best countries to live in.
Does that come as a surprise given the ever expanding police state? I can provided hundreds of links to stories about police state expansion, police brutality, illegal spying and privacy violations if you want more.
Metadata collecting, parallel construction, loosely defined terms and flat out tyranny are taking place within the NSA and the federal government. It’s time to stand up and support the rights of the people against an out of control reckless federal government.
Let freedom ring!
Tona in Greenback