This is BS......

Discussion in 'Freedom and Liberty' started by Hispeedal2, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. Hispeedal2

    Hispeedal2 Nay Sayer

  2. Seawolf1090

    Seawolf1090 Retired Curmudgeonly IT Monkey Founding Member

    More like the PTB want to be able to easily track those of us that bad-mouth their Feurer. Very bad idea - with the DotGuv's record for online security, they want We The People to entrust OUR personal online security to THEM!?

    FAT CHANCE!! :mad:
  3. Falcon15

    Falcon15 Falco Peregrinus

    I'll tel them exactly what I'll tell them if they try to force Obamacare or a similar plan on me: Stick it where the good Lord split you. I'll take freedom of choice.
  4. Disciple

    Disciple Monkey+

    Well I think that it is great Idea.............A great idea for them to take this idea and shove it up their Keisters.
  5. Witch Doctor 01

    Witch Doctor 01 Mojo Maker

    there is more... any state accepting fed funds during the bail out are required to develope a ID number that will follow students from k through college and on to the state employment systems... this will require individual unit identification (read school records teachers, grades. courses etc from k to end of college) this id number will replace the SSn in identifying individuals ... kinda interesting...
  6. VisuTrac

    VisuTrac Ваша мать носит военные ботинки Site Supporter+++

    Well, time to start using the anonymous servers over seas or the onion proxy.
    encrypting all of our communications so our goobernment can not see our email messages to the kids.

    or we can all create VPNs secured by 4096 bit keys with pass codes that change every 30 seconds that use a biometric identifyier on each end in order to read the self destructing message. ;0

    Byte me Bama!
  7. Joseph Thomas

    Joseph Thomas Monkey+

    This one better not even get off the ground. I'm trying to get off the radar as much as I can. They pull this **** and I'm deep deep gone. Not that it matters much cause I'm sure if they want to they can follow all your activities. But I'll be leaving a lot fewer bread crumbs behind me.[freedom]
  8. Wild Trapper

    Wild Trapper Pirate Biker

    Tin foil hat in place. they probably got all us Monkeys tagged by this time. FWIW
  9. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn RIP 1/13/21

    [dunno] Mib have no rules. Surely you know that! [beat] You are not invisible here, and never have been! If the PTB want to find you, they will! I also am not happy with turn in the destruction of the 4th amendment. The Constitution is already dead. This is just another nail in the coffin before final internment unless we resurrect it. As for invisiblity, I know I am not, so why not state it like, John Hancock..?
    I also believe Thomas Jefferson had it right about Revolution not necessarily being a bad thing every now and then, when in the course of human events.......
    May the Government in it's present state KISS MY KEISTER !!!
    signed, Roger T. Irvin
  10. Joseph Thomas

    Joseph Thomas Monkey+

    Tac I'm not stupid enough to believe I can ever be invisible. I am just refusing to feed the beast any longer. Hell, they know who I am and where I am at. I already know that. I've stated on here before that we all better read the constitution and realize what a gift it was to us. I am just doing my version of "going galt" . The less I have to do with this corrupt system the better I, as person will be. Screw the GPS, Cellphone, internet banking, online bill paying, grocery store tracking card, RFID in the passport or drivers license. all of it. You want a smart phone ? So go send a picture you took with it and give all your lon/lat info as you do it. I don't need no damn smart phone. My big weakness is right here on this forum which I've decided not to give up. I took the oath on three different occasions. And I ain't gonna forget it.
  11. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    Kansas City Shuffle. The big, bad gov pulls a fake to the go left. Gov runs right and scores.

    Hey Al, what the heck are you doing reading about this stuff! This is fringe theory territory, man.
  12. tacmotusn

    tacmotusn RIP 1/13/21

    The 56 patriots who signed the Declaration of Independence, also signed their death warrants so to speak with King George III. I am 60, fed up, emotionally drained, physically unfit to be a grunt, armed, and a deadly awesome marksman. With all the email I have fired off on local, state, and federal levels, they already know who and where I am at. Abraham Lincoln was the worst of the worst in the many ways that he ran rough shod on the Constitution and was allowed to do it. He set presidence for all Presidents to follow. I have little reason to try to go gray, and that option is long gone anyway. Those who remain gray are very important, and must stay gray so as to carry on the struggle when I am rotting in an umarked grave or dungeon. Others such as I will always be here to stir the pot, and more. We each have our place in this course of events. I hope we succeed.
  13. Hispeedal2

    Hispeedal2 Nay Sayer

    Fringe hell. This is encroachment into civil liberties. Just because I don't think 9-11 was an inside job or that WMDs are responsible for killing thousands of birds doesn't mean I like seeing my right to privacy being flushed.

    In reality, I don't see this standing up to well. Last I heard, there was an federal injunction on mandatory health care on the basis of unconstitutionality. The courts are helpful every now and then. Doesn't mean I want keep a eye on it.
  14. Joseph Thomas

    Joseph Thomas Monkey+

    Tac, I'm in the same boat as you. I can't go totally gray or black. But I also am a pretty good shot. Expert Marksmen years ago and I haven't gotten too bad since. There are a whole bunch of good folks who will not allow themselves to become slaves to this NWO BS. George Soros and the rest can FO. It ain't gonna happen.
  15. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    Yes, every once in a while we win a small battle. It is important to show the People that all hope is not lost just yet. There is always more to the story than is being reported on.
  16. Seawolf1090

    Seawolf1090 Retired Curmudgeonly IT Monkey Founding Member

    It's like that line from Jurrassic Park - something like "They spent so much effort creating the technology they never considered whether they SHOULD!"

    Just becasue they CAN do something, doesn't make it right! Just becasue We The People CAN shoot pretty danged well, does not mean it would be right to do so - but times can change......... [freedom]
  17. toydoc

    toydoc Monkey+++

    April 18/April 19, 1775

    There are other ways to spread the news than the "watched"
    net. I'm not opposed to riding a horse if need be. However, my motorsicle is more my speed now days. Though I can't ever go gray or get lost I still can think and reason and use lots of means to do things.

    Hitech is overcome with low tech lots of time.
  18. hedger

    hedger Monkey+

    Patriot Day

    I grew up in Lexington, Mass--the birthplace of American liberty. The first shots of the American Revolution took place on the Battle Green on April 19, 1775.

    I used to look forward to the Patriot Day parade and the general sense of celebration of something truly wonderful. However, the smothering nature of liberal values finally caused me to vote with my feet and move to a place where liberty is not treated as if it is a dirty word.
  19. Equilibrium

    Equilibrium Monkey++

    I'm thinking this probably isn't going to come as a shocker but.... it was said the day would come when, Obama internet 'kill switch' proposed. "The proposed legislation, introduced into the US Senate by independent senator Joe Lieberman, who is chairman of the US Homeland Security committee, seeks to grant the President broad emergency powers over the internet in times of national emergency." And soon after the following was foreshadowed, » November 30th Could Be the Day the Government Seizes Control of the Internet - Big Government, "And we are on the verge of having this new world – the all-encompassing future of First Amendment free speech in America – swallowed up by three unelected D.C. bureaucrats and their Commission...What we are talking about is Internet reclassification. What that means is the FCC – which by its own admission doesn’t have authority over the Web – would just vote itself said authority. By reclassifying the Internet – so that it would be subject to the same rules as landline telephones." I'm pretty sure the FCC just took control of the Internet under the guise of "net neutrality", Whose Internet is it, anyway? The FCC's new "net neutrality" rules only muddle the picture. - By Jack Shafer - Slate Magazine, "The Federal Communications Commission has reinvigorated the "net neutrality" debate with its approval today of new rules governing Internet access. (The actual rules have yet to be released to the public.)" I'm thinking we'll see a day of "harmonization" with the UN's IGF probably by executive order, UN considers panel of governments to set policies for policing the Internet | Raw Story, "A United Nations task force formed last week said it was considering the creation of a new inter-governmental working group to help further international cooperation on policies to police the Internet. The discussion was undertaken to "enhance" and extend the work of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF), a UN-sponsored organization that makes recommendations on how governments should deal with the Internet." You know.... get rid of terrible rotten horrible very bad wiki leaks that are so bad for "global" morale and no more fuss ridding the global community.... which includes us.... of things like.... Ventura videos. The direction this all seems to be going saddens me. I don't watch tv.... tv doesn't do much except distract me while trying to sell me things every 10 minutes.... things I don't need like cialis, Jenny Craig weight loss programs, teeth whiteners, junk food, and a new car. The internet on the other hand.... helps me sort things out and better equips me to make informed decisions about things like ohhhhh.... starting an in home pantry for a rainy day and becoming more self-sustainable by.... growing more of my own food and networking with folk who actually have forgotten more than I've ever known about homesteading.
  20. ProfessorRico

    ProfessorRico Monkey+

    My thought on this is the 17th Amendment. It removed the State from Congress, and put the people in charge of both houses. Repeal this amendment, and the process crawls to a standstill as states voice their rights to block legislation.


    No more tidal wave of laws, all the time, every day. We don't NEED them.
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