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Do You Think Us ATSer's Are On A Government List Somewhere?

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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:34 PM
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Hello ATSer's

I want to ask you all if you think we might be on a government list somewhere. The reason I ask is, I was talking to my mother about my love for all things consipracy, after the conversation she says (and she has no knowledge of the subject matter discussed here on ATS) "Your probley on a government list!".

This got me thinking "are we?", I mean we must pose some threat to our governments with our uncovering and educating of the their conspiratorial nature.

So whatta think???

ALS




posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:35 PM
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reply to post by ALOSTSOUL
 


Of course they keep us on their list.


It can be found right HERE.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:39 PM
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Thats weird there are 2 members on the list that it says joined in 1969??

Whats that all about?

ALS

Oh and I ment something a bit more official, like with our real names and addresses.
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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:45 PM
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Originally posted by ALOSTSOUL
reply to post by FortAnthem
 


Thats weird there are 2 members on the list that it says joined in 1969??

Whats that all about?



It doesn't say they joined in '69, it says their last visit was in '69.


That just means they're playing with their time machine again. Nothing for you to get worked up about.


Stuff like that happens all the time here on ATS.

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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:48 PM
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You are. Not me.

I am an informant.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:54 PM
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Considering the fact that I censor what I say over the phone......yeah, I'm sure someone has an eye out.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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reply to post by TheRealTruth84
 


Yeah...it's called PERSONA...



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:57 PM
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They're Heerrrrreee! ( from the movie Polterguist). Would you not love the job of checking the web for sites like ATS for the gov.?
Think of all the material they have to follow, just for security reasons. Not to mention getting ideas for Taking Over The World!!! (maniacal laugh)



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 09:58 PM
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yes

nuff said



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:03 PM
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All the networks, (FB, Twitter, etc) all the conspiracy websites and all the anti-government blogs are being monitored. But it doesn't matter because many abrupt changes to our way of living is coming our way at an alarming pace. My philosophy is to enjoy each minute of every day i'm am experiencing the physical world. I know that sometimes, it's not easy for we are constantly bombarded with fear tactics on the part of the so called elites of this world...



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:04 PM
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Alien list maybe exist for all those supposed aliens or ET that come thru ATS
. Maybe a watch list for the hot headed gov resistors. A pres hate list for the pres haters. Human list for the alien or ET haters aliens being mean in intent ET being good in intent. So who knows you may even have some members who get miniture gov communities that monitor them why being monitored. But who knows I could just be talking swamp gas with a taste of SOL energy...
good question

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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:05 PM
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There probably are. Probably were before they joined ATS, too. I know it's something they said in Se7en, but I'd heard about it before, that the gubment has certain books that are FLAGGED, and it puts your name on a list if you've checked them out at the library, and then accrues a list of your reading habits. Like the Communist Manifesto, that book Hitler wrote, a few others. I made sure I checked out the Communist Manifesto, after I heard that. I like screwing with the pigs.

When they passed the patriot act, I also heard that they've got certain words flagged in phone convos, like bomb, stuff pertaining to radical Islam, etc. So, of course, a friend and I made a list of everything we'd think the government might be all DDDDD: about hearing, and then recited all of the words to each other over the phone. Again, screwing with the pigs.

Church of Scientology keeps a list of everyone they've ever gotten mad at. My mom is on it. Wish I was.

I figure, if they're on my list, I might as well be on theirs. Ya herd?



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:06 PM
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Rest assured OP, we'll be the first rounded up for re-education (FEMA) camps...

That could be a list we're on.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:10 PM
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I hope everything I write IS being monitored.

Why?

Because I have things to say.
We should be so lucky.


David Grouchy
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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:18 PM
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Oh, come on now...how can it be otherwise?
Okay...the required over one sentence input...
If not, US national security has definitely been compromised! :~D



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:19 PM
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Originally posted by Somehumanbeing
You are. Not me.

I am an informant.


Sheesh, some human being you are!




posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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No, the people that will be on the list for fema camps will be names of people that survive and resist the nwo. The people that survive whats to come and those that resist will be put on a list and put into fema camps. They have lots of body bags on order for you and they are still making them as we speak. Have you not heard of the questions that were asked about the ungodly amount of bags? No, your not on a list, YET. Survive and you might be. ok, now be a good sheep, follow the herd, over here. Silence of the lambs. oh, wasn't that on a movie somewhere. Sound familiar? sheeple. If you on here, you monitored, ok. alot of other sites are too. Gee , so many to choose from, where will i go. The whole web is monitored by a supercomputer that picks out words. specific words, flagged words like bombs, nuke, bio terror, to name a few. Even words for communications like software, hacker, anthing else related to attacking computers. special words pop up on computer and they track what you say by your sat. number location. easy. everyone has one and it changes when you move. DUH. have fun. You always were monitored. It first started out with books, now it went global with computers. You have been secretly monitored and you did not know it. Oh i'm sorry, the deathstar will be fully operational. young jedi. Oh, is that in a movie too.



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 10:54 PM
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I'd say we are but so what, the fact we might be on a list is proof that we can make change and this worries some of them....



posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 11:08 PM
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Here are 5 Ways You're Secretly Being Monitored

It's so easy to tune out the crazy bloggers and Alex Jones types, screaming that the NWO is watching your every move. After all, these guys are paranoid about everything, all the time, so there's probably nothing to it. Right?

Well, whether or not there is actually a massive room full of government operatives monitoring everything you say or type, you are being tracked. Whether it's done in the name of theft prevention or stopping terrorism, basically nothing you do - nothing - is a secret any more.

Who do you have to thank for that? How about...

Public Transit Audio Surveillance

You roll over at 10:47am to see that you've overslept and, #, you're late for work! You spring out of bed, slather on enough deodorant to substitute for showering and hustle to catch your bus to work. After all, those fries aren't going to supersize themselves.

You just barely make the bus, plop down and start venting to anyone who will listen about how much you hate modern technology and the fact that it must be a government conspiracy that makes your alarm clock suck balls. We've all been there. Good thing the government boogeymen didn't hear it, right?

Little Did You Know...

Having decided that the rambling nonsense of people on buses is a major security issue--which it is, assuming your average bus passenger works for Cobra Commander or some #--cities around the U.S. have installed surveillance equipment in their buses.

A study back in 2001 found 80 percent of the transit agencies surveyed had some kind of surveillance in place, including closed circuit TV cameras and separate audio recording.

Keep in mind, this was in 2001, not even close to the height of post-9/11 paranoia. Cost was the biggest factor (Chicago spent more than $3 million to put the equipment in their 300-plus city buses) and of course the cost of the technology only goes down every year.

The practice has been found to be perfectly legal (a bus or a train is a public place, so all bets are off). So everything you say to the guy sitting next to you, what materials you were reading, whether or not you picked your nose- all recorded for posterity. Even everything you say into your end of a cell phone call.
Hell, what's next? They listen in on your cell phone, too?

Remote Cell Phone Tapping

If you don't have a cell phone, you're probably living in a time where the Internet doesn't exist, so how the hell are you reading this? Get out of here before you # up the space-time continuum!

And since the entire modern world relies on these things for their voice communication, they must be nice and secure, right?

Little Did You Know...

The odds are very good that at least some of you reading this right now have already had your phone remotely tapped.

How does it happen? Covert government spying programs? Nefarious groups of teenage computer hackers? Yep, probably. But anyone else can do it too! It's as simple as downloading widely available software from the Internet. At that point, anyone who has your phone in their possession can tap it in less time than it'll take you to notice you don't have it in your pocket.

Even better, you don't even have to be on the phone for them to listen in! This software allows someone to remotely turn on the microphone function of your phone even when you're not using it.

So not only can they eavesdrop on the depressing phone sex you're having with your long distance girlfriend, they can even listen in while you bang the chick you're cheating on her with and send her the audio via text message. Awkward!

Law enforcement agencies have a method of implanting this software on phones wirelessly, with the software being delivered and installing itself via text message. Because surely that's not a technology anyone would ever want to abuse or exploit.

But this is all just a paranoid hypothetical, right? After all, why would anyone even want to listen to your calls? Well, one study estimates around three percent of phones in the U.S. are already tapped, and up to five percent in parts of Europe.

We can assume that everything you say over the phone is transcribed by computer and logged. Then sent to some supercomputer for analysis. they even probably have a software program on that supercomputer that will allow them to pick and choose what they are looking for based on keywords.

PC Printer Tracking

If you work in an office setting, soul crushing or otherwise, you've almost certainly used a printer at some point. And if you're reading this at work instead of, you know, working, you've probably printed something less than business-like on the company dime; your fantasy football roster or a stack of fliers for that underground donkey show you're promoting perhaps. It's not like anyone's gonna find out, right?

Little Did You Know...

Have you heard of ECHELON? If not, don't worry. It's just a global network of computers. Nothing scary about that. After all, that's kind of what the Internet is, and what's scary about the Internet except everything? ECHELON is terrifying in that it monitors your e-mail, phone records and Web surfing on behalf of several world governments, all in the interest of, supposedly keeping tabs on potential terrorists and other assorted criminal masterminds.

What does this have to do with you and your donkey show, you ask? Well, whatever intergalactic team of anal probe wielding space dwellers created ECHELON also came up with a way to embed every piece of paper that goes through a laser jet printer with a microscopic code that identifies the specific printer that the paper came from.

This is ECHELON, by the way.

Granted, this code can only be seen with the aid of blue lights and magnifiers, but still, someone can read it. Companies including Xerox, Dell, Canon, Lexmark and others have all begun installing this technology. So when it comes time to type up your manifesto, probably best to do it from somebody else's desk.

RFID Chips

So you're in your local Wal-Mart perusing the razor blades and such on the off chance that at some point you might actually need to shave. You decide, "Ah, fuk it" and go ahead and buy yourself a Mach 3 because you think it'll look good on your shelf at home in the even more off chance that a girl stops by. This can't possibly have # to do with Big Brother watching you, right?

Little Did You Know...

Among manufacturing giants and superstores, RFID chips are all the rage. But what's an RFID chip? Radio frequency identification chips are microscopic devices that can be implanted into pretty much any and everything you buy, from the wrapper on your Snickers bar to the bottle of hooch you brown bag it with on Friday afternoons.

The purpose of these RFID chips is to allow retailers to keep track of what products have been sold as opposed to what has been shoplifted and sold for crank money on eBay. So if you feel like boosting a copy of the latest High School Musical soundtrack (for your little sister, of course), keep in mind that it can be tracked and your humiliating taste in music will be made public in the police blotter.

Now, supposedly, RFID chips will become inactive after you've left the store when they're turned off at the cash register. That's provided you remember to tell the cashier to turn the chip off, thereby extending the checkout process by approximately 17 hours. Forget to do that, and the tag could potentially be tracked anywhere.

And the best part? There's no way of knowing what products have RFID chips and which don't. Thank God we get our porn online, where... oh, wait. ECHELON.

The Total Information Awareness Program

You've got a busy day ahead of you! After you send a few emails and max out your credit card ordering the Gilmore Girls season three DVD, you still have to head to an ATM to get some cash for your night on the town, which basically consists of drinking yourself stupid and passing out alone. Right about now you're probably asking yourself, "All right, Cracked, during which of these activities was someone spying on me?"
The answer is... all of them. Well, except passing out alone, unless you've got a roommate, in which case a photo of your face adorned with Sharpie drawn images is probably being uploaded to Buzzfeed as we speak.

Little Did You Know...

The Total Information Awareness Project tracks your daily electronic transactions looking for patterns to emerge. This helps the government determine whether you're just a run-of-the-mill porn loving pervert or a porn loving pervert terrorist!

And what dastardly technology does the Pentagon rely on to watch its citizens? Well, you're using it right now. Pretty much everything you do, from the Pussycat Dolls songs you buy to the chest waxing bills you pay to the demoralizing dating profile you fill out, is now done online. These giant networks of computers all connected to the World Wide Web make it a whole lot easier for the feds to watch every little thing you do.

DARPA, the government agency that created the Total Information Awareness Project, is fully aware that in the hands of human analysts, the access to all of these records could very easily be abused. So, some parameters have been proposed that would put the power to red flag someone in the hands of the machines.

See, in Orwell's book. There, it was evil humans tracking your every move. now we have humans and computers monitoring everything we do, and most of it is probably even outsourced to india or some other outsourced loved country.



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posted on Apr, 14 2011 @ 11:13 PM
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Originally posted by ALOSTSOUL
Hello ATSer's

I want to ask you all if you think we might be on a government list somewhere. The reason I ask is, I was talking to my mother about my love for all things consipracy, after the conversation she says (and she has no knowledge of the subject matter discussed here on ATS) "Your probley on a government list!".

This got me thinking "are we?", I mean we must pose some threat to our governments with our uncovering and educating of the their conspiratorial nature.

So whatta think???

ALS


We are on the list for sure. We are thinkers!



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