posted on Nov, 2 2006 @ 11:14 PM
"The CIA/NSA/OA all monitor the internet closely. Especially IRC. The Net is described as the most dangerous tool in the world at this point in time
because it is uncontrolled. Those who talk about these types of things or carry information about these things on their web sites are closely
monitored. In "government talk", orders to "watch" someone translates into instructions to keep track of them by whatever means necessary, and if
they cross the line, if they stumble upon the truth of the matter and don't keep their mouth shut, "take them out". This can be done in any way
that works without drawing too much suspicion. Such as brakes on the car failing, a random victim in a drive-by shooting, a random target in a store
robbery where that person just happens to be shopping at the time, etc. The determination as to whether a person needs to be "taken out" is left up
to the discretion of the one doing the watching. It is, in effect, an open license to kill to protect the Omega Agency from public exposure before it
has deemed the time is right for it to take control of the planet. In some cases, it is determined that the person in question would pose more of a
threat if they died. In such a case, the machinery of the OA goes into action to discredit that person. Character assassination, manipulation of
others so as to turn people against the person, campaigns to brand them a disinformation agent, a liar, a mentally unstable person, etc., are put into
motion. This has been found to be an effective method of dealing with someone who gets to the truth and doesn't keep silent. In fact, it has been
found to not only discredit the target victim but to cast a shadow of doubt and suspicion on others who may have listened to the targeted person." -
excerpt from the main paragraph.
now my question is that while monitoring you, do you think they would offer you a job if you were not out raving and ranting?