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Most People Don’t Even Realize What’s Coming

FK – What the alien greys are alleged to be is what they wish us to become. Is all this coming from off planet?

In reality they’ve had us chipped or ‘marked’ for decades. What’s a socialist security number? What can the average sheeple do without one? And no one got beamed up.

The purposes of gods and golden rules

All the rest is simply streamlining.

The internet is like any tool that can be used for good or evil. The mistake is in always allowing the evil to lead. When on the battlefield one uses any tool that will get the job done.

The patriot newbie guidebook

Or what’s already here:

FK – Though I agree with much of his commentary in spirit we must acknowledge the fact that if we had true ‘anarchy’ i.e. ‘no government’ there would be assholes we would have to kill.

Our patriotism should be to human liberty, not a section of land, a piece of cloth or a song or a government or someone’s version of what ‘god’ is or should be or ‘allegiance’ which historically means subservience.

I’m a vet, do ya’ want to thank me?

Who deserves to vote?

What must be done – A manifesto of the ‘isms.’

The most important things to do

Seth Rich Proves The Swamp Is Too Deep To Drain

FK – It’s becoming increasingly clear that Trump’s purpose is to placate ‘the right’ and try to avert a true ‘civil war’ that the elites know they couldn’t win.

And Info wars and other ‘alt right’ YouTubers need to get way from the evil Google and create their own video site that will attract the brain dead sheeple and expose them to reality.

Trump as click bait, and other things…

Who deserves to vote?

The killer bees of fake news

A Brief History Of Recording Ourselves

FK – We are cosmic dust and to cosmic dust we shall return, along with all our ‘memories,’ unless we stop waiting for the world to end and find a way to get human civilization off this planet along with our recorded history. That is unless someone else hasn’t already beaten us to it.

Official: FBI Overlooked Texas Shooter’s Violent Tweets Because ‘There are So Many Like Him’

An unidentified “senior law enforcement official” tells the New York Times that, while the FBI had been aware of Garland, Texas jihadist attacker Elton Simpson for nearly a decade, they did not follow his violent, pro-jihad tweets as closely as they could have because “there are so many like him” that the agency is overwhelmed.

In a report highlighting the long paper trail Simpson left behind of supporting and engaging with jihadists online, particualrly on Twitter, the Times notes that the sheer barrage of information can make it difficult for law enforcement to identify legitimate and imminent threats out of a sea of wishful jihadist thinkers.

Simpson and his roommate, Nadir Soofi, attacked a “Draw Muhammad” art contest in Garland, Texas on Sunday armed with assault rifles. They were almost immediately neutralized by a traffic officer working at the Culwell Center in Garland, and managed only to shoot one officer in the leg before their demise.

The New York Times notes that, while the center was heavily monitored due to a barrage of terrorist threats online, Simpson himself had only been cursorily monitored. He nonetheless was extremely active on Twitter: “Mr. Simpson, a convert to Islam with a long history of extremism, regularly traded calls for violence on Twitter with Islamic State fighters and supporters, as well as avowed enemies of Pamela Geller, the organizer of the cartoon contest.”

FK – As I often write, we outnumber them… since they’ve been distracted by the ‘war on terror’ when they should be hunting our domestic blood enemies who work tirelessly to destroy the Bill of Rights. But then this is all a big mush. The elites control the system and encourage the ragheads for their own ends. So who are our real enemies?

Hacker Raided by Secret Service Now Makes Microsoft Spy Tools

FK – And to think it’s only been 35 years since many people had party lines whereby half a day after you had a conversation everyone in the county knew what you talked about.

I can’t figure out which is scarier:

FK – The next generation will gladly accept the implants and constant tracking. Well, we already have constant tracking.

Fight Breaks Out Over Your Absolutely-No-Privacy-Ever Car

But Google’s next-generation operating system, Android M, will run on the car’s processors and go far beyond the dashboard systems, Reuters reported. It would be connected to the Internet at all times. It wouldn’t require a smartphone. It would be sold as part of the car and run the entertainment and navigation features. It would give Google unrestricted access to the car’s cameras, GPS location, sensors, fuel gage, speedometer…. Are you speeding again in that 25-mph zone?

It would know where you go, where you stop, where you buy gas, where you pick up people, and who you pick up (their smartphones are all traveling together). It would include vehicle-to-vehicle communication whether you want it or not. It would give Google real-time access to just about every bit of data a car and its numerous sensors generate – the mother lode in the information age.

The opportunities to serve ads and direct drivers to those advertisers would be endless. Google, and not the automakers, would monetize the automobile. It would thrust itself between the driver and the car.

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So the fight is on between Google and automakers over who owns and controls your personal data so that it can be combined with other data, analyzed to the nth degree, stored forever, distributed or sold so that it can be used to direct you, manipulate you, or hound you. It will be monetized in endless ways. It will be shared, voluntarily or involuntarily, with governments that have their own designs. It – and everything in your car – will be targeted by hackers.

For these politicians and automakers in Germany – or anywhere else – this all-encompassing, seamless, borderless data collection effort that exceeds anything the NSA has ever come across in its wildest dreams is an immense opportunity. Clearly, ownership and control of this data is worth fighting over. But we already know who does not own or control your data: you! It’s not even up for discussion.

FK – It’ll even drive you to the police station if it’s told to…