Category Archive: surveillance

Sep 03

Western governments to demand that all computer makers allow government ‘back door’ monitoring of all products

Every government ultimately comes for all property, all money, all freedom, and to kill all who resist. Now the “Five Eyes” surveillance project of the western world’s 5 most powerful countries is preparing to demand that no computer device ever be manufactured anywhere unless is is programmed to allow government officials to enter, monitor and …

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Apr 29

Australian government seeks further expanded powers to surveil citizen bank accounts, phone records and internet use

Australia is a former British colony. Like the American colonies, it inherited the British common law and the liberties that came with it. And like everywhere else in the former British empire, Australia became prosperous and wealthy compared to the rest of the world. Just as in America and Britain, warrants signed by judges were …

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Jan 23

Another bookseller snatched by Chinese authorities

Chinese writer and bookseller Gui Minhai, whose books often criticize the Chinese government and provide details of the lives of government officials, was snatched from a public train last week. See here. Witnesses reported seeing a dozen plainclothesed men approach him and whisk him away. Chinese dissidents and government critics are often ‘disappeared’ without further …

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Dec 06

Death Threats Fly over Fake News: “Net Neutrality” Strikes Again

The Ultimate Goal is for Government to Become Everyone’s Web Browser and Home Page Governments worldwide are seeking to control the internet. In the U.S., the movement is called “Net Neutrality.” Advocates of “net neutrality” spin fantastical tales of monopolistic corporations pandering to the rich or overcharging the poor for internet access. Of course, such …

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Oct 25

Vietnamese Government Orders Student Imprisoned for 6 Years for Blog Criticisms

According to Yahoo News, a Vietnamese student has been ordered jailed for 6 years for blog posts that criticized life under the Vietnamese government. See here. Like the government of the United States, the Vietnamese government employs teams of agents to monitor the internet and control the content of what subjects post.

Jun 02

Police now pulling over vehicles for “firewood checks”

The police state expands. Police in a number of jurisdictions are reportedly pulling over vehicles for “firewood checks.” The stated reason is to prevent cars from transporting firewood containing improper weeds, seeds, insects or invasive species. See here.

Apr 19

Antiwar.com wins small victory over unlawfull FBI surveillance

Antiwar.com is a courageous small news website dedicated to noninterventionism. Since 1995 it has published a wide variety of antiwar news items, columns and interviews. Antiwar.com is generally libertarian rather than socialist, as so many antiwar movements have been in the past. Around 2012, Antiwar.com was the victim of a hack attack. The producers reported …

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Dec 03

Thailand authorities arrest man for ‘sharing’ a news story about the king on Facebook

Every government ultimately comes for all money, all property, all freedom, and to kill all who resist. Now a man has been jailed in Thailand merely for ‘sharing’ a news story about the Thai king. The news story contained information about the king’s prior divorces. See here.

Nov 05

Intercept: Senate Republicans Who Most Support Surveillance are Receiving Major Koch Brother Support

People who call themselves ‘conservatives’ often claim they are advocating an originalist, strict-construction of the Constitution, consistent with the intent of America’s Founding Fathers. Yet the strongest strand of principle which weaves through modern conservatism is worship of men in uniform, especially soldiers and cops. The Founding Fathers would be spinning in their graves if …

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Nov 05

France Continues Building Space-Age Surveillance State

Governments love terrorism. It keeps subjects in fear and accepting government control. This is why false flag episodes are so alluring for government masters. After several terrorist attacks in France, French authorities have constructed one of the world’s most elaborate surveillance states. The French government now keeps extensive data files on every person in the …

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