Hmm, I work for the government, most members know that much. One of the things I do here is "monitor" the site, I sign in and just read posts, and I
even contribute my own. Often, the material I post is related to anti NWO and I'm open about my critisism of the US government.
Thing is, I'm not doing it in the capacity your topic is about, my action of "monitoring" is more of an internal affairs type of deal. Being a
staff member of the site, that is what were supposed to do, but we don't report info any further than to each other, and the admin here if it is
I log into SPIRNET (or is it NIPRNET
, I dont know the difference, except one word might mean "secure"), every day at work, will you tell me
Jhill? There is no clearence required, there are a more people able to log onto those systems with out a clearence than those who do.
Have you read any of the threads, from years past, which get regurgitated some time or another, where it is stated US Gov Agencies have been said to
observe ATS, this is nothing new.
But there is no reason to worry about being put on a watch list, not from a website a lone. Those exist for the books you sign out of libraries, for
the people who have met, when you travel overseas, or know travelers from overseas, or even because you have attended a political rally or public
demonstration. Goes back to the FBI days of J. Edgar Hoover, nothing new.
Perhaps more abundant than them days, but hardly any thing to worry about. As I've mentioned in the past, if any member of ATS has some thing to
worry about, it would first be myself. But, there isn't any reason to sweat it.
Unless of course I vanish, with out a trace....
Never fear, ADVISOR is, here.