Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Police State USA - The FBI Continues To Function As A New World Order Pawn Intent On Destroying Your Privacy - Americans Should Abolish The FBI

The New World Order Is Taking Over The Patriot & 9-11 Truth Movements

U.S. Intelligence - An Illuminati Pawn

The following article was posted earlier this year, however does illustrate the New World Order's use of the FBI for its own criminal agenda. While most Americans are fretting over a sinking economy, most have yet to understand that the Illuminati and the New World Order are realities that are intent on destroying the human race as we know it, and seeking their own inhumane agendas at our expense.

We are now living in a nation where federal agencies including (but not limited to the NSA, CIA, DHS and FBI) are using their satellite tracking systems in which to spy into our homes and invade our privacy like never before. In the case of the NSA, its Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network has also allowed the NSA to remotely access our own thoughts via its Remote Neural Monitoring of our brain states by way of satellite based computer to brain interface.

With this technology Americans have no privacy left.

So where do our rights as American citizens come in here?

Where is our right to legal counsel when for years our thoughts have been electronically stolen from us by NSA cryptologists using Remote Neural Monitoring via computer to brain interface?

Where is our right to privacy of thought in all this?

The NSA's computer to brain interfacing of our persons has nullified our Constitutional rights through the secretive use of this sophisticated technology, and is further proof that the New World Order does exist and is intent on destroying the United States of America and our Constitution.

The following article serves as further evidence that America has become nothing but a hi-tech surveillance police state in which no citizen has any privacy left. The traditional concept of being able to maintain privacy in one's home no longer exists, and neither does the privacy of one's own thoughts, since the NSA can use its computer to brain interface technology in which to both access our thoughts as well as manipulate them.

All other tracking technologies may offer some adjunct use in the way of spying on Americans, however they are in most respects red herrings, since it is the NSA's Signals Intelligence EMF Scanning Network which is being used in which to electronically brain fingerprint the American middle class.

As such, the Intel community in this country considers the American middle class to be fair game for this technology. Why not the ultra rich elite class? Because it is the Illuminati elite class who are behind the creation of this technology which they are now using as yet another form of class warfare against us. Why don't we hear about this in the media? Because it is the same elite class that controls the media as well. This outrageous subterfuge our of nation and subjugation of our persons to the NSA's Remote Neural Monitoring of our thoughts via Echelon has been taking place for decades. Yet few Americans are aware of it.

And those of us who are and who've risked our lives in which to circulate this information are being demonized by the Intel community courtesy of the U.S. Media, while most of our elected officials are helping to keep this technology secret from the public. I say most because there are some politicians who understand just how dangerous the NSA's Signals Intelligence operations are to our well being, yet are unable to do anything about it.

For a politician to take the NSA on in regard to its EMF Scanning Network would mean political suicide and possibly even their own murder. Intel has that much to lose here if the public rises up against such an attack on their own privacy. Yet, the situation continues on to this day with the NSA illegally satellite tracking many of us by way of our own unique EMF fields while our elected officials are used to make us seem as though we are mentally unstable; when in fact, all we are doing is telling the public some very ugly truths about their own government.



CLARKSBURG, West Virginia (CNN) -- The FBI is gearing up to create a massive computer database of people's physical characteristics, all part of an effort the bureau says to better identify criminals and terrorists.

But it's an issue that raises major privacy concerns -- what one civil liberties expert says should concern all Americans.

The bureau is expected to announce in coming days the awarding of a $1 billion, 10-year contract to help create the database that will compile an array of biometric information -- from palm prints to eye scans.

Kimberly Del Greco, the FBI's Biometric Services section chief, said adding to the database is "important to protect the borders to keep the terrorists out, protect our citizens, our neighbors, our children so they can have good jobs, and have a safe country to live in."

But it's unnerving to privacy experts.

"It's the beginning of the surveillance society where you can be tracked anywhere, any time and all your movements, and eventually all your activities will be tracked and noted and correlated," said Barry Steinhardt, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Technology and Liberty Project.

The FBI already has 55 million sets of fingerprints on file. In coming years, the bureau wants to compare palm prints, scars and tattoos, iris eye patterns, and facial shapes. The idea is to combine various pieces of biometric information to positively identify a potential suspect.

A lot will depend on how quickly technology is perfected, according to Thomas Bush, the FBI official in charge of the Clarksburg, West Virginia, facility where the FBI houses its current fingerprint database. Watch what the FBI hopes to gain »

"Fingerprints will still be the big player," Bush, assistant director of the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services Division, told CNN.

But he added, "Whatever the biometric that comes down the road, we need to be able to plug that in and play."

First up, he said, are palm prints. The FBI has already begun collecting images and hopes to soon use these as an additional means of making identifications. Countries that are already using such images find 20 percent of their positive matches come from latent palm prints left at crime scenes, the FBI's Bush said.

The FBI has also started collecting mug shots and pictures of scars and tattoos. These images are being stored for now as the technology is fine-tuned. All of the FBI's biometric data is stored on computers 30-feet underground in the Clarksburg facility.

In addition, the FBI could soon start comparing people's eyes -- specifically the iris, or the colored part of an eye -- as part of its new biometrics program called Next Generation Identification.

Nearby, at West Virginia University's Center for Identification Technology Research, researchers are already testing some of these technologies that will ultimately be used by the FBI.

"The best increase in accuracy will come from fusing different biometrics together," said Bojan Cukic, the co-director of the center.

But while law enforcement officials are excited about the possibilities of these new technologies, privacy advocates are upset the FBI will be collecting so much personal information.

"People who don't think mistakes are going to be made I don't think fly enough," said Steinhardt.

He said thousands of mistakes have been made with the use of the so-called no-fly lists at airports -- and that giving law enforcement widespread data collection techniques should cause major privacy alarms.

"There are real consequences to people," Steinhardt said. Watch concerns over more data collection »

You don't have to be a criminal or a terrorist to be checked against the database. More than 55 percent of the checks the FBI runs involve criminal background checks for people applying for sensitive jobs in government or jobs working with vulnerable people such as children and the elderly, according to the FBI.

The FBI says it hasn't been saving the fingerprints for those checks, but that may change. The FBI plans a so-called "rap-back" service in which an employer could ask the FBI to keep the prints for an employee on file and let the employer know if the person ever has a brush with the law. The FBI says it will first have to clear hurdles with state privacy laws, and people would have to sign waivers allowing their information to be kept.

Critics say people are being forced to give up too much personal information. But Lawrence Hornak, the co-director of the research center at West Virginia University, said it could actually enhance people's privacy.

"It allows you to project your identity as being you," said Hornak. "And it allows people to avoid identity theft, things of that nature." Watch Hornak describe why he thinks it's a "privacy enhancer" »

There remains the question of how reliable these new biometric technologies will be. A 2006 German study looking at facial recognition in a crowded train station found successful matches could be made 60 percent of the time during the day. But when lighting conditions worsened at night, the results shrank to a success rate of 10 to 20 percent.

As work on these technologies continues, researchers are quick to admit what's proven to be the most accurate so far. "Iris technology is perceived today, together with fingerprints, to be the most accurate," said Cukic.

But in the future all kinds of methods may be employed. Some researchers are looking at the way people walk as a possible additional means of identification.

The FBI says it will protect all this personal data and only collect information on criminals and those seeking sensitive jobs.

The ACLU's Steinhardt doesn't believe it will stop there.

"This had started out being a program to track or identify criminals," he said. "Now we're talking about large swaths of the population -- workers, volunteers in youth programs. Eventually, it's going to be everybody."

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