Hello everyone, I wish to recount something that happened this past weekend. I received time off from federal training and decided to fly back and
visit my parents. Having awoken at 5am every day I was exceptionally jetlagged and tired, and on saturday I ended up sleeping until after noon.
I was awoken by a knock on the door. I put on clothes and stumbled my way there, and upon opening it there were two individuals walking away down the
driveway. Suspecting it may be a package delivery I called out to them and they returned.
There was a male perhaps in his 30s and a female around 20. Surely enough they were carrying a box with goods inside and clipboards. They informed me
that they worked for Vivint
and were selling home security systems. These were supposedly advanced camera systems
with both live monitoring and recording, with the ability to check instantly from anywhere in the world via a smartphone app. They ably demonstrated
for me and showcased the capabilities. The primary device was a doorbell replacement with an embedded camera:
What intrigued me was that they also set up cameras elsewhere within the house. While they emphasized privacy, I could not help but think of the
"live monitoring" of the doorbell camera. Surely if they could access this, they could just as easily access the others? Not to mention that if a
smartphone app could access them, I am sure a proficient hacker could figure out a backdoor into it as well.
After voicing a few concerns the man blurted out that Google was a trustworthy company and re-emphasized the privacy and control over the system. I
inquired about Google and he quickly changed the subject and acted as if he had not meant to mention it. Needless to say my curiosity was piqued and I
asked where I could find more information. They happily gave me the web address but informed me that only the homeowner could have the system
installed. Why, I know not - but I suspect for some sort of legal reason. My conspiratorial mind figured perhaps they were looking for more permanent
clients, as they were a subscription service.
Of course I had to look into this more, and found some interesting information.
Vivint was acquired by The Blackstone Group
in 2012. Blackstone's founder, chairman,
and CEO? Stephen Schwarzman
, an active member of the globalist
Council on Foreign Relations
. I am sure it is a coincidence that he was also
So we have a company owned by a globalist Skull-and-Bones CFR member supposedly backed by a Google initiative installing cameras with 24/7 remote
monitoring in houses nationwide. The same Google that spies
on your Gmail account
monitors your driving
. The same CFR that thinks use equals
and that mass datamining is the way of the future.
It scares me that a foreign entity could remotely open your locks, know when you are home alone,
remotely control your car,
or even watch you
passively. Am I merely paranoid, or is this the beginning of a 1984 scenario with cameras monitoring your every move? What do you think?