posted on May, 4 2009 @ 02:15 AM
reply to post by Xavialune
Probably not actually. One of the things that a lot of people in this and other conspiracy groups are guilty of is paranoia. By itself it's not a
bad thing usually to be wary and questioning of what is going on in the world but a lot of people convince themselves that absolutely everything is
part of the dark world.
While it is very easy for the government to watch a website and not too hard to track whom some of the users of it are, it's also a matter of
man-hours and risk-assessment. The government uses the idea of the Panopticon. The basic idea is that people will behave because they could
under watch, regardless as to weather they are or not.
It's the same reason that people generally do not break the law regularly. There are not nearly enough police to be everywhere all of the time, but
we've made it so that when in public, there is always the chance that a cop is watching, so people behave.
Are you, Mr. John A. American, on the list if you post on a conspiracy website? Probably not, Big Brother probably doesn't really think you're
worth his time. Now if you got a job working at say Los Alamos, or became the Imam of a fundamentalist Islamic Mosque, then yes, you'd most likely
be on the list.