With all the hype about Edward Snowden and the NSA spy scandal, I thought it would be a good time to unveil some shocking information about the methods that government agencies are using to monitor and control you. Please be aware that I’m not anti-government. I’m only against government when it becomes corrupt and does not respect the rights of the people.
The information that Snowden released about how the NSA is spying on the American people is nothing new. If you are awake and aware, and understand how the government works from behind the scene, you should know that the NSA, CIA, FBI, TSA and other similar government agencies have been spying on the American people for decades. This spy scandal is not only limited to the US. The government agencies of Europe and many eastern countries are also spying on their citizens.
If they really want to, they can listen to your conversation through your cell phone, even if you turn it off. They even have the ability to intercept all of your text messages and e-mails, and watch you through any electronic device that has a camera and wireless internet capability.
As described at CBSNews.com.
Snowden said he instigated one of the biggest government leaks in U.S. history to inform the public of what he called “the greatest danger to our freedom and way of life.”
He was a systems engineer and administrator for the CIA, and most recently worked as a contractor at the U.S. National Security Agency.
In an interview with Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras, published on the Guardian website, Snowden talked about the system built to conduct surveillance of U.S. citizens:
“I, sitting at my desk, certainly had the authorities to wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant to a federal judge or even a president,” Snowden said. “Even if you’re not doing anything wrong, you’re being watched and recorded. You simply have to eventually fall under suspicion from somebody, even by a wrong call, and then they can use the system to go back in time and scrutinize every decision you’ve ever made, every friend you’ve ever discussed something with.”
Whenever the heavily controlled mainstream media tries to hype something up, it usually means that there are hidden agendas. My advice would be to keep your eyes open for information that can help you understand the hidden agendas behind the NSA spy scandal and to do your own research instead of relying on the mainstream media.
Here is another article extracted from ZeroHedge.com that does a great job exposing how certain government agencies are spying on you.
Over a decade ago, it was discovered that the NSA embedded backdoor access into Windows 95, and likely into virtually all other subsequent internet connected, desktop-based operating systems. However, with the passage of time, more and more people went “mobile”, and as a result the NSA had to adapt. And adapt they have: as Bloomberg reports, “The NSA is quietly writing code for Google’s Android OS.”
Is it ironic that the same “don’t be evil” Google which went to such great lengths in the aftermath of the Snowden scandal to wash its hands of snooping on its customers and even filed a request with the secretive FISA court asking permission to disclose more information about the government’s data requests, is embedding NSA code into its mobile operating system, which according to IDC runs on three-quarters of all smartphones shipped in the first quarter? Yes, yes it is.
Google spokeswoman Gina Scigliano confirms that the company has already inserted some of the NSA’s programming in Android OS. “All Android code and contributors are publicly available for review at source.android.com.” Scigliano says, declining to comment further.
If you think the article from ZeroHedge.com is shocking, wait until you read this next article from DivineCosmos.com.
GM admits that all of their vehicles since 2007 are equipped with extensive, remote-control automated systems — via OnStar.
OnStar is included with all new GM vehicles, and some non-GM vehicles also include it.
You may find these systems in certain Japanese and European vehicles that were manufactured between the 2002 and 2005 model years.
Acura, Isuzu, and Subaru were the Japanese automakers that were party to the deal, and both Audi and Volkswagen signed on as well.
If you purchase a GM vehicle that was produced during or after the 2007 model year, it may also include a subscription to OnStar.
After that  model year, all new GM vehicles come with a subscription [to OnStar, meaning all the tech is fully installed].
What-All Can On-Star Do?
A “subscription” to OnStar may not really be the proper term for this, considering that it is an extensive, fully automated remote-control system that is installed in your car, whether you want it or not.
Power steering uses computerized electrical motors to push the tires in the direction you tell them to go — when you turn the wheel.
Could these motors be strong enough to force your steering wheel to move in ways you cannot control? Can a mechanical motor be stronger than your arms?
Why would Acura, Isuzu, Subaru, Audi and Volkswagen all pull back from officially using this system as a selling point in any of their cars… since 2005?
Are These Systems Being Misused?
Let’s say there is a Cabal of insiders who are jealously protecting their secrets — and defending their corporate interests against whistleblowers.
Up until recently, the majority of people in Western society might not have believed that something this massive and ugly could be true — but that’s all changing now.
A remote-control system like OnStar may have been responsible for the death of journalist Michael Hastings, who died in a fiery, high-speed car crash.
Hastings was driving a 2013 Mercedes C250 coupe when he crashed into a tree on Highland Ave. in Los Angeles at approximately 4:30 am on June 18.
Video posted online showed the car in flames, and one neighbor told a local news crew she heard a sound like an explosion.
Another eyewitness said the car’s engine had been thrown 50 to 60 yards from the car. There were no other vehicles involved in the accident.
The fire was so all-consuming that it took the Los Angeles County coroner’s office two days to identify Hastings’ body….
These are just a few examples of the countless methods that certain government agencies are using to monitor and control you. If you really want to get into the very sensitive and dark secrets of government agencies, do research on mind control (MK Ultra), human cloning and sacrificing, nano satellites and technology, advanced artificial intelligence (AI) and super soldiers.
After reading this article, do you still think you live in a free country? True freedom can only be achieved when we become more responsible citizens and make our politicians responsible for their actions. As the wise Benjamin Franklin once said, “Those who desire to give up freedom in order to gain security will not have, nor do they deserve, either one.”
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