Do you really think that your phone calls are private? Do you really think that you can hide something?
Think again. You are being watched all the time. Everywhere you go you are being watched. And not just watched, but listened to.
Every phone call, whether cell phone or land line, internet emails, websites you visit, your shopping, social networks, every key stroke you make is being recorded and analyzed and every phone call you make is recorded.
Don’t think this is true? Please. We all know this. We hate the fact this is going on, but we can’t stop it. How do you stop the government from listening and watching you? You can’t.
Have you ever heard of Echelon? Echelon is a signals intelligence and analysis network operated on behalf of the UK-USA Security Agreement known as AUSCANNZUKUS. The United States, Australia, United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Canada are all a part of the agreement.
Echelon captures (intercepts) and records all phone calls, emails, internet traffic, faxes, and other data traffic on a global scale. Mostly from satellite communications, but also through switched telephone networks.
The ERGO9 supercomputer was developed in the 1950’s, by the U.S. intelligence agency, which spied on the Russians, and is now used for spying on U.S. citizens and other countries as well. Keywords were entered into the programming and would pop up almost instantaneously when keywords were found in any intercepted data or phone calls. Whether or not the government would act on that information, is another story (or conspiracy).
And just how far has the government gone to listen in and watch its fellow citizens?
Ever heard of InfraGard? It’s a “partnership” between the FBI and regular citizens. Basically it’s a spy network. In other words, citizens are given the right to spy on their neighbors! Yes, your neighbor could be a member of this group and be spying on you. You can find out more about InfraGard here.
Not only has the government involved plain ordinary citizens, with no training whatsoever, no special skills, no special knowledge, to spy on its own people – but – there is more.
Technology has gotten better and better. There is all kinds of equipment for spying and listening these days. Stuff you would never even think of. Really anyone can listen to your conversations regardless of where you are. They can be hundreds of feet away and still pick up your conversations. They can even watch you inside your house, through your walls! With infrared cameras and listening devices that can hear and see through walls, you cannot hide from anyone.
And surveillance equipment has even more. Ever heard of Spy Rocks and Trees? I hadn’t, until I saw “Conspiracy Theory” with Jesse Ventura on his episode about Big Brother. (see video above which is just one part) They have ordinary looking rocks that ANYONE can just throw in your yard and spy on you. Inside are listening devices and even scanners that can scan your drivers license number, credit card numbers, ATM card numbers, alarm codes, garage door frequencies, and so on. My alarm codes? Yes! They can enter your house and you not ever know it. And they can put cameras inside tree stumps and really any ordinary household object and you never know. Scanners, RFID technology, Surveillance rocks, and the list goes on and on. It isn’t just Wal-Mart and Malls marketing ploys anymore.
How scary is that? Why don’t I just go ahead and publish all my information on the Internet for all to see. Anyone can scan your purse or wallet from several feet away. And its not always the government. It could be your neighbor. Remember InfraGard? The members are not published for everyone to know. Hence the purpose of the partnership to begin with. So ordinary people can spy on their friends, relatives, and co-workers and then pass that on to the FBI. Don’t you think that some of those “members” might use their “membership” for their own purposes? For greed maybe? For power maybe? You bet they do. So the moral to this is “Be nice to your neighbors – you never know if they may be InfraGard”.
And now, there is even talk about Google Voice and its services it has. Google Voice can provide transcripts of your voice messages. So, who else is also getting these transcripts? And since 90% of the world uses Google search engine and the investment arm of Google in cahoots with the CIA, it figures that every single key stroke of the Internet is being recorded by Google and Google Voice and being used as spying. No doubt about it. Eavesdropping by the government is big business and going on every single day. And they are getting better and better at it.
AT&T also is known to funnel all traffic to NSA, using their Juniper routers. And although no known contract between the NSA and AT&T has been found, AT&T still routes all emails, internet traffic, phone calls, and faxes to the NSA facilities. Gee, I wonder why.
So next time you think you are having a private phone conversation or sitting on a bench in the park talking to someone having a private one on one – think again. Someone is ALWAYS watching and listening to you.
Big Brother is everywhere. Don’t forget!