Tuesday, April 28, 2015


We are losing our freedoms. Since we are not fighting to keep them it is as if we are giving them away.


Times are changing and our behavior must shift as well. The vigilance which government agencies exercises and the ever-increasing monitoring of what used to be our private lives requires a different mind set. Banking, phone usage, internet including emails, anything IRS related (which now includes health care), travel patterns, spending records, anything on paper or electronic, all is watched by Big Brother.

Orwell was prescient and what we used to take as paranoid fiction noir? it's all happening folks. Cameras everywhere: traffic, malls, office buildings, schools, hospitals, drones, IR monitors in forests. Tracking chips in cereal boxes, if you can imagine it, it is probably already happening. Drones anyone?

Blow wise to this: you are not invisible.

Friends, the FBI is the least of our worries.


Large urban areas are more watched. Avoid crowds is good advice. In a well-functioning fascist state the people police each other.

Here are some guidelines which I lifted from Woodpile Report:

Moscow Rules  via the International Spy Museum

Assume nothing.

Never go against your gut.

Everyone is potentially under opposition control.

Don't look back; you are never completely alone.

Go with the flow, blend in.

Vary your pattern and stay within your cover.

Lull them into a sense of complacency.

Don't harass the opposition.
Pick the time and place for action.

Keep your options open.

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