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Article posted Feb 06 2012, 6:17 PM Category: Big Brother/Orwellian Source: EndoftheAmericanDream Print

According To The FBI, Internet Privacy Is Now Considered To Be Suspicious Activity

by Michael Snyder

When you use the Internet in a public place, do you prefer to have as much privacy as possible?  Well, that makes you a potential terrorist.  According to the FBI, Internet privacy is now considered to be suspicious activity.  If you are out in public and you attempt to keep snoopers from peeking at your computer screen, then according to the FBI they should gather as much information about you as they can and they should report you to the authorities immediately. If this seems completely and totally ridiculous to you, then you are not alone.  Millions of Americans have become deeply concerned about the constantly expanding definition of "suspicious activity" in the United States.  Sadly, the federal government is now engaging in an all-out attempt to have us all spy on one another.  All over America, the Department of Homeland Security is running ads promoting the "See Something, Say Something" campaign.  They even had 8,000 stadium workers at the Super Bowl this year go through special training on how to spot potential terrorists.  So the next time you see a hot dog vendor, keep in mind that he might also be part of a special anti-terrorism task force.

The following are some quotes from a government document entitled "Potential Indicators of Terrorist Activities Related to Internet Cafe".  In between each quote, I have included some commentary.  It is absolutely amazing what the definition of "suspicious activity" now includes....

"Are overly concerned about privacy, attempts to shield the screen from view of others"

Look, if I am doing some online banking or am composing an email to a friend I don't want someone peeking at my screen.  Aren't most Americans "concerned about privacy" and don't most people want to keep their Internet activity to themselves?

"Always pay cash or use credit card(s) in different name(s)"

We have seen the government warn about this before.  It appears that from now on using cash in America is going to get you labeled as a potential terrorist.  How bizarre is that?

"Act nervous or suspicious behavior inconsistent with activities"

Some people are just naturally nervous.  This kind of vague language could be applied to almost anyone.

"Are observed switching SIM cards in cell phone or use of multiple cell phones"

What if your cell phone battery is dead and you need to use your wife's cell phone?  Does that make you a potential terrorist?

"Travel illogical distance to use Internet Cafe"

A lot of times people will use Internet cafes when they are out of town on a trip.  Is there something inherently suspicious about that?

"Evidence of a residential based internet provider (signs on to Comcast, AOL, etc.)"

Why in the world would this be considered to be suspicious activity?

"Use of anonymizers, portals, or other means to shield IP address"

These are lots of people out there that take Internet security very seriously and that use things like this.  And how would a casual observer know that these kinds of things are being used?  You would have to be watching someone pretty closely to know that something like this is going on.

"Suspicious or coded writings, use of code word sheets, cryptic ledgers, etc."

What would "suspicious or coded writings" include?  Again, this is very vague language and could include a vast array of different things.

"Encryption or use of software to hide encrypted data in digital photos, etc."

So nobody should use encryption anymore?

"Suspicious communications using VOIP or communicating through a PC game"

What exactly would fall under the category of "suspicious communications"?

Also, if you are talking to someone through a PC game, there is a good chance that it is a very violent PC game and that you would say something that you normally wouldn't say in real life.

You might say something like this: "Okay let's get the guys together and go kill the boss.  We'll meet at the Gates of Endor in a half hour."

According to the FBI, that could easily be labeled as "suspicious activity" that needs to be reported to the authorities.

So exactly what are we being instructed to do if we see something suspicious?

Well, the following is one of the action points from the FBI flyer....

"Identify license plates, vehicle description, names used, languages spoken, ethnicity, etc."

That sounds like something the KGB would ask people to do.

You can view the complete FBI flyer right here.

But it isn't just Internet privacy that the FBI is concerned about.

There is another FBI flyer out there that is directed at those running hotels and motels.

The document is entitled "Potential Indicators Of Terrorist Activities Related To Hotels And Motels", and you can view the entire document for yourself right here.

The following are things that the FBI says make a hotel guest "suspicious"....

"Request specific room assignments or locations."

I do this all the time.  I always request a non-smoking room and I always prefer a king size bed.  Also, if I have a lot of stuff to carry I may request a room on the ground floor.  Does that make me suspicious?

"Use cash for large transactions or a credit card in someone else's name."

Once again, using cash is considered to be a suspicious activity.  How long will it be before they try to outlaw cash?

"Arrive with unusual amounts of luggage."

Has the person writing these things ever even traveled with a woman?

"Make unusual inquiries about local sites, including government, military, police, communications, and power facilities."

When I am visiting a new area, I will often talk with hotel staff about places to eat or places to visit.

Is that a problem?

"Refuse cleaning service over an extended time."

This is something that I have done for years.  I don't want a maid to wake me up at the crack of dawn.  If I refuse cleaning service will that get me put on a list somewhere?

"Use entrances and exits that avoid the lobby."

Many hotels have entrances all around the building so that you don't have to walk a mile to get to your car.

If I walk out a side door directly to my car does that make me a potential terrorist?

"Abandon a room and leave behind clothing and toiletry items."

How many of us have ever left something behind in a hotel room by mistake?  Sometimes I triple check the room and still manage to leave something behind.

"Do not leave their room."

Sometimes when you have a day off you just want to stay in bed all day.

Or if you are newly married you may not want to leave your room for a few days.

Should newly married couples be reported to the government as potential terrorists?

"Change their appearance."

I change my appearance all the time.

If I am on vacation, I may not shave for several days.

And most people I know wear different clothes every single day.

So exactly how dramatic would a "change" of appearance have to be in order to be considered suspicious?

"Leave the property for several days and then return."

Sometimes people have business plans or vacation plans that involve an unusual schedule.

Whoever wrote these flyers does not seem to have a lick of common sense.

Using the criteria above, almost anyone could be considered to be engaging in suspicious activity.

And it is highly offensive that the federal government is instructing us to watch one another so closely.

When did the United States turn into East Germany?

Unfortunately, these flyers are just another sign of the mass paranoia that seems to have descended on this country.

In America today, everyone is a "potential terrorist" and will be treated as such.

If the authorities will detain U.S. Senators at our airports for "security reasons" and if they will issue hundreds of thousands of tickets to school children, then there is no reason to believe that you are going to be treated with dignity and respect.

The United States is rapidly becoming a Big Brother police state.  I didn't sign up to live in North Korea, but that is exactly where we are headed.

We have been told that all of our rights are now "limited privileges" that can be taken away at any time for the sake of "national security".

Sadly, most Americans have become convinced that if we give up large amounts of liberty and freedom it will help the authorities keep us safe.

But that is a lie.  Without a doubt, more bad things are going to happen in the future.

When those bad things happen, we will be told that we need to give up even more liberty and freedom.

In the end, we will be living like slaves.

And we will still not be safe.

Please wake up America.





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Michael Rivero

Posted: Feb 07 2012, 8:58 AM

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50113 I lived in Seattle when the FBI was caught bugging the attendees at the APEC conference to steal industrial secrets for favored political cronies, and I have lost count of the number of FBI people busted for insider trading using information they have acquired from the laptops of traveling businessmen.

The biggest reason for the people to maintain their privacy is that the US Government cannot be trusted to mind their own business.

That is why the creators of this nation recognized privacy from the government as an inalienable right.
Zentura

Posted: Feb 07 2012, 9:07 AM

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24151 I guess the FBI hasn't heard of this little thing called identity theft... I don't even want to be around to see the wave of fraud that's going to crop up after the put their controls in place!
Peter

Posted: Feb 07 2012, 10:42 AM

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8067 Hehe..
Danish Police have a very nice solution to the identity-theft issue :
You are not the wronged party !
The shops, banks, credit-card issuers etc etc that the identity-thief defrauded are !! And therefore, it is none of your business what, if anything, the police are doing about the theft of YOUR identity !!!
Denmark has something called CPR-numbers (Central Person Registry) .
If you don't have such a number, you simply don't exist !
And it is exactly these numbers the ID-thieves exploit . They can change peoples registered address, get official documents like passports and drivers-licenses, Hell, it's even possible to pay somebody elses taxes
or do prison-time for them, just with that number !!
Peter

Posted: Feb 07 2012, 11:54 AM

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8067 BTW :
The Danish State has has 'outsourced' it's computer-operations to various 'private' corporations . Like 'CSC' ! .
Even the CPR-registry is 'out-sourced' to an American corporation !

If you want to know what the control-freaks have in mind for you, pay attention to the Scandinavian countries and the good old Nazi-sympathizers in the Baltic region .
In the US you sometimes talk about 'Real-ID'-cards ..
Well, WE HAVE IT,and in my country; It does not even require a physical ID-card ! Just the CPR-number is enough .. Like the numbers on the arms of the millions in the camps .. And we don't even need to tattoo it anywhere !
Anonymous

Posted: Feb 07 2012, 10:01 PM

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74104 The one thing that i remember the most clearly over the past 39-40 years of my school days at Brandeis University in1970's are my student adviser's words that when he was growing up that his grand parents and parents used the term "‘goyishe kup,’" meaning that the "Non-Jews are Stupid"

Later in life I learned that the exact translation of "GOYISHE KUP" means that the "Cattle are STUPID"..

I remember him recalling whatt his father told him when he was growing up in Eastern Europe. One of them being that when his father was in high school he and a group of friends would skip school early on Fridays and go over to his friend's father's butcher shop. That they would buy at cost any cows , that had not been butchered by the end of the day on Friday before the begining of shabat . They would take the cow home and wash it and then the boys would procede to "beat the udders of the cows so that they would swell up and turn pink" so as to sell them to the "GOYISHE KUP" as milk producing cows.

The part that I remember him asking me if the East Europeans are so naive, so gullible and so stupid to buy old "non milk producing cows" from a bunch of young Jewish Boys.

So thinking of it now I agree with the Jewish saying that the "GOYISHE KUP" are indeed" Stupid" as they believe that a Bunch of Arab Muslim Kids who were not able to Fly a Cessna Airplane took it upon themselves to FLY a Boing Jumbo Jet outwitting the US Military and Civilian authorities. The "Jewish Lightning Insurance Scam" of the 1960's is still alive and well has been put to good use by Larry Silverstein with the help of his sayanim jews made a financial killing in imploding wtc by putting 15 million down and comming out with 7 billion dollars for buidings that no one wanted to buy because it would have cost a billion dollars to remove the asbestos from. Then on top of that the people in America actually believe that they actually decide who is elected President or for that that actual VOTE is really counted and makes a difference in deciding who represents them in the White House and congress. http://www.bollyn.com/index.php
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVTXbARGXso http://www.911missinglinks.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxnpujfanUM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeggPSL3gQs

Yeh I agree that the AmericanNon-Jews are indeed American "GOYISHE KUP" or "STUPID CATTLE"!

The Israeli Defense Firm That Tallies The Iowa Caucus
By Christopher Bollyn
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The Iowa caucus is only a few days away and the nation's attention will be directed to the results, which signify the beginning of the U.S. presidential race. But does anyone watch who tallies the results of the Iowa caucus?

The Iowa caucus results were tallied in 2004 by a company that is headed by a man whose company was bought by Elron Electronics, the Israeli defense firm. I suspect that it will be the same this year. Don't expect to see any grassroots political activists doing the tally in Iowa. The Israeli defense establishment takes care of that part of the American "democratic" election process.

VOXEO

Anonymous

Posted: Feb 09 2012, 5:47 PM

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67159 Okay, so...the government prints and distributes cash, then says using it is a "suspicious activity".
Anonymous

Posted: Feb 10 2012, 3:10 AM

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65110 Peter, that's chilling! It sounds like the Mark of the Beast.

By now we're all into a prison without bars. If only people understood...
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