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Homeland Enslavement Prepares Global Terror Drills

TOPOFF 5 Announced

Vancouver 24
March 5, 2008

Could Canada’s Games be secured with help from Americans and Mexicans?

Canada, U.S. and Mexico are planning a massive joint military exercise in April 2009 “to focus on terrorist events that could affect [the] 2010 Olympics,” according to Public Safety Canada documents released to 2010 Watch via access to information.

The rehearsal, led by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is code-named TOPOFF 5. Canadian troops were among the 15,000 participants involved in last October’s TOPOFF 4 in Portland, Ore., Phoenix, Ariz. and Guam.

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“Exercises provide unique training opportunities to strengthen our ability to deal with potential emergencies,” said Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day in an e-mail statement responding to 24 hours’ interview request. “They are important tools to strengthen Canada’s ability to deal with real incidents.”

An undated Public Safety Canada report said up to $22.8 million was needed to fund emergency management, counter-terrorism, cyber security and critical infrastructure protection exercises, “leading to a trilateral full-scale exercise prior to the Vancouver Olympic Games in 2010, as outlined under the Security and Prosperity Partnership.”

SPP was founded in 2005 to promote economic growth and enhanced security in North America.

“Does it mean that if the American forces are training with Canadian forces that they are going to be positioned here in Canada during the period of the Olympic Games?” said 2010 Watch’s Chris Shaw. “And, if so, under whose command?”

 

Washington Prepares for Cyber War Games
Cyber Storm II begins March 11th until the 14th, US, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand plan joint military exercise

Washington Post
March 7, 2008

The U.S. government will conduct a series of cyber war games throughout next week to test its ability to recover from and respond to digital attacks.

Code-named ‘Cyber Storm II,’ this is the largest-ever exercise designed to evaluate the mettle of information technology experts and incident response teams from 18 federal agencies, including the DHS, CIA, Department of Defense, FBI, and NSA, as well as officials from nine states, including Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia. In addition, more than 40 companies will be playing, including Cisco Systems, Dow Chemical, McAfee, and Microsoft.

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Technology war game tests U.S. readiness
http://www.venturacountystar.com/ne..ogy-war-game-tests-us-readiness/

NATO: Cyber Warfare Poses Great Threat
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/mar/06/hitechcrime.uksecurity

“Operation Quick Resolve”: National Guard holds surprise training drill
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eneral Warns Of Al-Qaeda Threat To U.S.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/terror_th..3QSUec3jGs0NUE

Bush: America Still Not Safe From Terrorism
http://www.reuters.com/artic..idUSN0624857820080306?sp=true

March Madness: Homeland Security Issues Warning on Sports Arenas
http://www.abcnews.go.com/print?id=4387469

Pentagon To Gas Crystal City Residents
http://prisonplanet.com/articles/march2008/030308_crystal_city.htm

 



Doctor Alleges Plan To Microchip Babies

Doctor Alleges Plan To Microchip Babies

Agora Cosmopolitan

January 16, 2008

Regarding plans to microchip newborns, Dr. Kilde said the U.S. has been moving in this direction “in secrecy.”

She added that in Sweden, Prime Minister Olof Palme gave permission in 1973 to implant prisoners, and Data Inspection’s ex-Director General Jan Freese revealed that nursing-home patients were implanted in the mid-1980s. The technology is revealed in the 1972:47 Swedish state report, Statens Officiella Utradninger.

Are you prepared to live in a world in which every newborn baby is micro-chipped? And finally are you ready to have your every move tracked, recorded and placed in Big Brother’s data bank? According to the Finnish article, distributed to doctors and medical students, time is running out for changing the direction of military medicine and mind control technology, ensuring the future of human freedom.

“Implanted human beings can be followed anywhere. Their brain functions can be remotely monitored by supercomputers and even altered through the changing of frequencies,” wrote Dr. Kilde. “Guinea pigs in secret experiments have included prisoners, soldiers, mental patients,handicapped children, deaf and blind people, homosexuals, single women, the elderly, school children, and any group of people considered “marginal” by the elite experimenters. The published experiences of prisoners in Utah State Prison, for example, are shocking to the conscience.

“Today’s microchips operate by means of low-frequency radio waves that target them. With the help of satellites, the implanted person can be tracked anywhere on the globe. Such a technique was among a number tested in the Iraq war, according to Dr. Carl Sanders, who invented the intelligence-manned interface (IMI) biotic, which is injected into people. (Earlier during the Vietnam War, soldiers were injected with the Rambo chip, designed to increase adrenaline flow into the bloodstream.) The 20-billion-bit/second supercomputers at the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) could now “see and hear” what soldiers experience in the battlefield with a remote monitoring system (RMS).

“When a 5-micromillimeter microchip (the diameter of a strand of hair is 50 micromillimeters) is placed into optical nerve of the eye,”, Dr. Kilde indicates “it draws neuro-impulses from the brain that embody the experiences, smells, sights, and voice of the implanted person. Once transferred and stored in a computer, these neuro-impulses can be projected back to the person’s brain via the microchip to be re-experienced. Using a RMS, a land-based computer operator can send electromagnetic messages (encoded as signals) to the nervous system, affecting the target’s performance. With RMS, healthy persons can be induced to see hallucinations and to hear voices in their heads. ”

“Every thought, reaction, hearing, and visual observation causes a certain neurological potential, spikes, and patterns in the brain and its electromagnetic fields, which can now be decoded into thoughts, pictures, and voices, ” Dr. Kilde adds. “Electromagnetic stimulation can therefore change a person’s brainwaves and affect muscular activity, causing painful muscular cramps experienced as torture.”

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UK: Prisoners ‘to be chipped like dogs’
Hi-tech ‘satellite’ tagging planned in order to create more space in jails

Independent
January 13, 2008

Ministers are planning to implant “machine-readable” microchips under the skin of thousands of offenders as part of an expansion of the electronic tagging scheme that would create more space in British jails.

Amid concerns about the security of existing tagging systems and prison overcrowding, the Ministry of Justice is investigating the use of satellite and radio-wave technology to monitor criminals.

But, instead of being contained in bracelets worn around the ankle, the tiny chips would be surgically inserted under the skin of offenders in the community, to help enforce home curfews. The radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, as long as two grains of rice, are able to carry scanable personal information about individuals, including their identities, address and offending record.

The tags, labelled “spychips” by privacy campaigners, are already used around the world to keep track of dogs, cats, cattle and airport luggage, but there is no record of the technology being used to monitor offenders in the community. The chips are also being considered as a method of helping to keep order within prisons.

A senior Ministry of Justice official last night confirmed that the department hoped to go even further, by extending the geographical range of the internal chips through a link-up with satellite-tracking similar to the system used to trace stolen vehicles. “All the options are on the table, and this is one we would like to pursue,” the source added.

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Hospitals tagging babies with electronic chips
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=59690

Microsoft and MediaCart prepping self-checkout carts with RFID
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/2008..VJJZVAZISeZf1hkPChk24cA

Mexico’s Government to Track Guatemalans with Microchips
http://noworldsystem.com/2007..nt-to-microchip-guatemalans/

 



Real ID: From “No Fly” to “No Drive” Lists?

Real ID: From “No Fly” to “No Drive” Lists?

Kurt Nimmo
Truth News
January 13, 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH2WGhwoFFY

ABC breaks the ice for us: in the future, and not too far into it, the process of getting and renewing a driver’s license will become more difficult, stressful, and fraught with all manner of unnecessary nonsense supposedly designed to protect us from terrorists, or rather CIA patsies paraded about to frighten us into submission, and as well prevent illegals from taking to the roads, never mind Alaska, Connecticut, Idaho, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Washington and West Virginia allow illegals to hold a license, thus demonstrating the above is little more than a threadbare excuse.

Of course, when the rubber meets the road, we discern the real reason — a national ID, complete with RFID and possibly biometrics, is all about easing us into the control grid.

According to apparatchik Michael Chertoff and the commissariat of Homeland Security, the whole affair is a matter of national security. “We are now over six years from 9/11,” Chertoff impatiently declared, “we live every day with the problems of false identification. Simply kicking this problem down the road year after year after year for further discussion, further debate and analysis is a time-tested Washington way of smothering any proposal with process.”

In other words, never mind that most people oppose Real ID and civil libertarians warn of vexing abuse, Chertoff and the neocons are itching to get us all in lumbering databases, the next step in a plan that will ultimately result in the chipping of the population at large.

“I think the time has come to bite the bullet,” Chertoff continued, “and get the kind of secure identification I am convinced the American public wants to have,” or rather the government tells them they must have, as most people hate the idea and eighteen states have passed legislation rejecting the law and Congress has refused to put any money into implementing it.

But never mind. It is a win-win situation for AOL, Microsoft, Verizon and Yahoo, all who stand to clean up if Chertoff manages to force his card on Americans at large. “The Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) sent a letter to Congress this week begging for more federal funding for Real ID,” Privacy Digest noted last October. In addition to the above corporate culprits, we can add Digimarc and Northrop Grumman, “companies that specialize in creating high-tech ID cards, as well as Choicepoint and LexisNexis, data brokers that make their money selling personal information about you to advertisers and the government. These companies stand to make millions in contracts from states who are struggling with a federal mandate to overhaul their licensing systems and share more data by the May 2008 deadline,” a date right around the corner, thus explaining Chertoff’s impatience.

“Real ID is so unpopular because in addition to being a $23 billion unfunded mandate, it will build a vast national database of personal information, expose us to a greater risk of identity theft, and move us ever closer to a total surveillance society.’

It may also be a way to keep “terrorists” off the roadways — not the Muslim cave dwelling brand of terrorist, mind you, but the kind that exercises his or her right to petition the government under that rusty old anachronism, the First Amendment to the Bill of Rights of the Constitution.

As we know, thousands of Americans are on the Federal Aviation Administration’s No-Fly List and the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Center has compiled a terrorist watch list of over 700,000 people. Moreover, as Dave Lindorff writes, the government is in the business of passing this information out to private companies. “The Wall Street Journal reported that the FBI made its list of people with even remote links to terrorism — having associated, perhaps inadvertently, with a terror suspect, for example — available to a wide range of private companies, from banks and rental-car companies to casinos.”

And who exactly are these primary terrorists, the ones you don’t want to associate with, that is if you ever want to fly again? They are “law-abiding Americans” who were detained and questioned — we used to call this harassment — “based on their political viewpoints,” according to Nancy Chang, a senior litigation attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights. “I think what they are doing is harassing people who are opposing the war and publicly speaking out against administration policy,” John Dear, a Jesuit priest and member of the Catholic peace group Pax Christi, told Lindorff.

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Back in 2003, we learned that the FBI “collected extensive information on the tactics, training and organization of antiwar demonstrators and … advised local law enforcement officials to report any suspicious activity at protests to its counterterrorism squads,” the New York Times reported. Of course, this is simply a continuation of the FBI’s COINTELPRO, initiated in the 1960s to “neutralize” the opposition — i.e., render activists not only politically impotent, but often wreck their lives as well.

In 2006, we discovered that COINTELPRO didn’t go away, as the official history would have it, but lives on to this day at the Pentagon. “An antiterrorist database used by the Defense Department in an effort to prevent attacks against military installations included intelligence tips about antiwar planning meetings held at churches, libraries, college campuses and other locations,” reported the New York Times. The database, known as Talon, “showed that the military used a variety of sources to collect intelligence leads on antiwar protests, including an agent in the Department of Homeland Security, Google searches on the Internet and e-mail messages forwarded by apparent informants with ties to protest groups.”

In short, the FBI and the Pentagon are still in the business of compiling lists and checking them twice, and many if not most of these people end up grounded, as noted above.

Now we have Chertoff and ABC telling us the same rules may soon apply to driving a car. As Chertoff told ABC, the Real ID is about preventing “terrorists” from driving — with illegal immigration tacked on as a selling point — and, if the behavior of the FBI and the Pentagon are any indicator, the real terrorists are not Muslim guys who were trained on U.S. military bases and had a fondness for cruising topless bars, but are antiwar activists and other troublemakers.

Soon enough, many of us – those who believe the Constitution says what it means — may be reduced to walking to work and the grocery store… that is until a Real ID card will be required to hold job or buy a loaf of bread.

Homeland Security Dictates Driver’s License Requirements to States
http://jbs.org/node/6815

Homeland Security May Curtail Freedoms of Citizens of 17 States that Reject REAL ID
http://www.azstarnet.com/dailystar/220232

U.S. Issues National ID Standards, Setting Stage for a Showdown
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/0..&ref=us&oref=slogin&oref=slogin

Another demand for ID poses danger to free society
http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=706205

Born After 1964 You Will Need Real ID
http://noworldsystem.com/200..r-1964-you-will-need-real-id/

What is the ‘North American Union’?

 



Richard Clarke Former Security Czar Calls For Closed Internet

Richard Clarke Former Security Czar Calls For Closed Internet

UK Register
October 3, 2007

Richard Clarke, the man who served President Bush as a special adviser for cyber security, has a five-point plan for saving the internet.

Speaking at a Santa Clara University conference dedicated to “trust online,” Clarke called the net “a place of chaos in many ways, a place of crime in many ways,” but laid out several means of righting the ship, including biometric IDs, government regulation, and an industry wide standard for secure software. He even embraces the idea of a closed internet – which seems to have sparked a death threat from net pioneer Vint Cerf.

“A lot of these ideas go against the grain. A lot of these ideas are ones people have already objected to – because of certain shibboleths, because of certain belief systems, because of certain idealogical differences,” Clarke said. “But if we’re going to create trust in cyberspace, we have to overcome some of those shibboleths, overcome some of those ideological differences, and look anew at these ideas.”

According to Clarke – who was also a special assistant to the President for global affairs and national coordinator for security and counter-terrorism – about 35 per cent of all U.S. citizens would rather shoot themselves than carry a national ID card. But he thinks they’re being silly. He believes biometric IDs are an essential means of fighting online crime.

“One thing you could do with a biometric ID card – if you wanted to – is prove your identity online,” he said, as if taunting his critics.

Yes, he realizes that internet mavens value online anonymity. But he insists this has nothing to do with biometric internet IDs. “One of ideological underpinnings of the internet is that we’re anonymous,” he said. “Well, guess what? We’re not anonymous. Amazon and DoubleClick and all those other companies already know everything about what you’re doing online.” ID cards don’t eliminate anonymity, he explained, because anonymity is already gone. Then he added that Bill Gates agrees with him.

Next, Clarke called for more government oversight of the net. According to his rough calculations, 75 per cent of all U.S. citizens are against government regulation of any kind. But he thinks they’re being silly too. “You don’t want government regulation? Then just let your kids eat all that lead off their toys.”

In short, he believes the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should force ISPs to crack down on cyber-crime. “[The FCC] could, for example, say to all the ISPs, ‘You will do the following things to reduce fraud, bot nets, malicious activity, etc.”

Isn’t the government one of the problems where online privacy is concerned? It is, as Clarke pointed out. He also called for a nonpartisan organization dedicated to fighting abuses of government power. “What if we had a champion in the government who we trusted on privacy rights and civil liberties? What if we had a government advocate with real power to ensure that the government doesn’t violate privacy rights.”

That’s three points from the five-point plan. Two more to go.

Number four: A secure software standard. “We should look, as an industry, at improving the quality of secure code, so that we don’t need to issue software patches, so there aren’t trap doors – intentional or otherwise,” he said. “This is not a revolutionary idea. We put this in place a long time ago for electrical appliances.”

This is Clarke’s least controversial notion, but you have to wonder how effective it can be. Removing all bugs from electrical equipment is one thing. Removing them from software code – some of the most complex stuff ever invented – is another.

In discussing secure software standards, Clarke slipped in another plug for Microsoft. “This is an idea Microsoft has already championed,” he said. And then he said it again. Bill and gang sponsored the conference.

And, yes, Clarke’s fifth and final idea is a less than open internet. “Another idea that’s already been rejected that I think we should look at again is the idea of a closed internet,” Clarke said. “Why should the part of the internet that’s connected to the power grid be open? Why should that part of the internet that runs nuclear laboratories be open? Why shouldn’t there be a closed internet? There are already relatively closed internets – and now we need to think seriously about expanding them.”

Several years ago, when Clarke suggested the idea to Vint Cerf, the internet founding father had a fit. “[He] implied he was putting together a firing squad to take me out,” Clarke said.

AOL, Microsoft and Yahoo Pushing For Real ID
http://www.privacydigest.com/2007/10/….and+yahoo+do

What is the ‘North American Union’?

 



Microsoft Explores Biometrics For Targeting Ads
August 4, 2007, 1:51 pm
Filed under: Big Brother, biometrics, Microsoft

Microsoft Explores Biometrics For Targeting Ads

Information Week
August 3, 2007

In the film version of Minority Report, a personalized ad that knows about past purchases greets a character as he enters the Gap. Meanwhile, American Express ads tell Tom Cruise’s own character that he looks like he needs an escape as he’s chased by authorities. Now Microsoft has filed for a patent that could eventually help make these advertising scenarios come true.

Microsoft has been investing heavily in advertising, including a $6 billion acquisition of aQuantive that should close this quarter, a new top ad exec at the company, and a new applied search and advertising research group.

“Techniques for the targeting of advertisements are meager,” the patent application said. “Some industry experts question how long the old world approach can last before the entire system becomes impossible to justify.”

The new Microsoft system, described in the patent application published last week, would be able to determine the identity of someone watching a display and deliver personalized ads to that person. Identification could come from biometric sensors, cameras, or more traditional login methods. A computer would then evaluate information that has been tracked about the person and the content and present a personally relevant advertisement.

The information being tracked could be very extensive, including but not limited to personal interests and hobbies, sex, age, location, profession, subscriptions, group membership, ethnicity, marital status, height, status in the family (i.e., parent or child), the viewer’s address book, calendar, e-mail inbox, notes, purchasing history, and advertising preferences.

So, for example, the system could know that a man watching TV has a wife whose birthday is tomorrow, that the man has bought flowers for her birthday before, and what her name is. The targeted advertisement might create a virtual, photorealistic bouquet based on preferences and ask the viewer if he’d like to buy this bouquet for Julie’s birthday tomorrow.

Such a system is bound to create privacy concerns, and Microsoft takes that into consideration, unlike in another recently published patent application regarding personalized ads for computer users. The new application mostly covers home devices, like cell phones, smart phones, PDAs, computer monitors, televisions, and projections, and does so with security of personal information in mind. “The tracking system may be located inside the person’s home or at some other trusted location, so that the personal information stored therein is protected,” it said. The system could also be tweaked so kids don’t receive targeted ads.

There also seems to be a limit on how much information would ultimately get back to advertisers. The personalization would take place on the local system, rather than with the advertiser. “While the tracking system may notify an advertiser of the opportunity and request advertiser data, the advertiser is not aware to which person the advertisement is going to be presented, and therefore cannot personalize the advertisement at its end,” the application reads.


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