posted on Apr, 10 2012 @ 09:33 PM
I'll make two completely different points on this topic. With regard to the collection of information on the basic level the problem with this is
context. In our court system one is guilty in until they prove the are innocent. In a criminal trial, if one gets there (most plea bargain which is
the true design) a DA gets to take whatever "evidence" they feel fits the case they wish to make and choose the way it is presented. They put the
information in their own context, not the context of the entirety of one's experience. The DA then gets to go first. First impression is EVERYTHING
and once the jury has imprinted on the official story, the accused must then go back and wipe out the imprint and "convince" a jury that the truth
is different then the context laid out by the DA. All people are guilty of something, at all times, in fact, those reading this are probably
committing dozens if not hundreds of crimes right now, but in context is doesn't add up to much: out of context I'm sure we could make the case for
many "innocent" people to get the death penalty.
Context: Say I decided I wanted to show my son how dangerous symbols can be when misinterpreted. So I draw a swastika on several pieces of paper, but
in the original form which is the reverse of the Nazi usage first, then the Nazi version. I show him the before and the after and toss the drawing in
a drawer. I also recently realized I had glaucoma, I know what it is, my father had it, and wasn't in need of a doctor to tell me what it is, so I
got a small prescription for some pot to help with the pressure. Lastly, there have been several violent crimes in the area, for my son's safety and
my own, I decided to buy a gun for protection. All of that is reasonable. EXCEPT, in court. I am a neo-nazi, gun nut whose on drugs around his son.
Context is everything and collecting things to make a new story out of a buffet of parts chosen from one's life is the problem here. People,
institutions can't be trusted with even the most basic of information, and the populace at large are, by and large, judgmental to the point of being
foolish - and too easily manipulated to be trusted. Even this post could be taken out of context in a trial by a DA by shouting "he doesn't even
have a son!" I am sure the story I told made some cringe and for no reason at all as it is just an illustration.
Now, the second point. The real reason for all of the information collection is NOT to put people in jail. They have no problem with this already, the
US is the best at incarcerating people in the world and there are few places that need more help with this issue. It is not to sell you soap either,
as there are a handful of companies that sell most of the products we buy and those products are simply different labels on the same stuff, so a leg
up for most companies is marginal at best and hardly worth the effort in the long run. Though companies are being told to collect and to perpetuate
the idea that this is the reason.
The actual reason for collection is your consciousness. Those in charge, the hidden hand, the all seeing eyes are taking this information and tracking
the consciousness of the population. They are tracking the collective and the individual in order to change what they do to keep the masses enslaved.
The process is elaborate and incomprehensible to all but them. For them this is about keeping us here, trapped, and unaware by creating distractions
that will guide our consciousness expression to a place they are comfortable - a cat and mouse game if you will.
As you can see, on the whole the collection is bad no matter which way you look at it.