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DHS forced to release list of government surveillance trigger words.

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posted on May, 31 2013 @ 09:44 PM

Originally posted by signalfire
Are they only going to hire squeaky-clean Mormons who are clueless to the real ways of the world? Cuz a couple months of working for the spooks and they're gonna get an earful. How are you gonna keep them down on the temple farm when they get a load of what going on all over the place?

They could fill that place to the brim with the brainwashed COD kids and ex-hackers.

And if they start to run out of those they will literally just create more.

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 10:10 PM
No gun ,knife , rocket , drone . I expect with their present list to see fishing rod , bible and apple pie . Where has sanity gone . Certainly our leaders have none .

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 10:18 PM
It's in English.

So what happens when you type it out in Spanish? They look the other way?

I wonder what happens when someone says they're going to Target for some enriched flour, some Crest, and a flea bomb because their dog has worms.

The sickest thing is, reading cases where they caught bad guys, the bad guys speak in code. This list is a joke.

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 10:30 PM
There's over 6500 languages in the world with 2000 of those languages spoken by less than 1000 people.

Pretty simple matter to train your fellow evildoers in an obscure language or two and go to town, just like the Wind Talkers of WWII.

Meanwhile, NSA Spook Central is starting to hire a bunch of uber-geeks, happy to get government pay and bennies, and they'll be spending the vast majority of their time at work on Reddit and porn sites. I could easily make the case that as soon as they pass muster and background checks for the job, they'll start sabotaging the place out of a realization of what is actually being done there. Geeks are often notoriously libertarian.

Your taxes at work.

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 10:38 PM

Originally posted by sylent6
I don't think dhs would be worried about this site so much since its the number #1 agency's choice in gathering intel.

I don't know about you but my posts seem to bounce down to Mexico City first and then bounce back up to somewhere in Arizona before being read by the Chinese agencies, where they have a digital tab running, but not without half of ATS reading it and their behinds are planted in military bases here and there. And of course, live computer screen feed straight over to the house two stops down the street where they set up a TEMPEST just so their stuff can backfire and I can hear a woman commenting about every poster on the site as I scroll down the page. That woman really seems to know more about ATSers than I bother to remember. She thinks some of you guys are really bad, so I wonder if she's got some backdoor government notes on your comments or this is all a big alphabet agency sting site with an AI that regurgitates threads based on what you commented on yesterday.

Experience in the conspiracy sites tells me that there is a merit/demerit monitoring process going on and if I start commenting too close about political things of true nature, the next morning I'm suffering from a HAARP hangover after the neuro-deleting program has ### censored all the sensitive buzzwords.

So those trigger words, are words that they pull the trigger for. Hmm.
edit on 31-5-2013 by Sandalphon because: stops, blocks, it's a code, give my regards to mueller

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 10:49 PM
Isn't this "The Matrix"? Aren't we all within 'The Matrix' whether we like it or not? Whether we will admit it or not?Whether or not we tried our damnedest to avoid just that?

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 11:25 PM

Originally posted by Vasa Croe
Seems I have seen that list before on here quite a few years back. Regardless it is a good refresher.

What are that like a Mexican Popsicle?

Mexican Testicles?

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 11:33 PM

Originally posted by TheOriginalMolonLabe

Originally posted by Vasa Croe
Seems I have seen that list before on here quite a few years back. Regardless it is a good refresher.

What are that like a Mexican Popsicle?

Mexican Testicles?

Geesh, this list of words is a kick in the mexicales

Pretty sure EVERYONE has been looked at after seeing this. Waaay too many buzzwords there.
edit on 31-5-2013 by Nephalim because: sp?

posted on May, 31 2013 @ 11:37 PM
Well, that list does seem bogus or to throw us off the track. I've probably used over 25 or more of the words listed in just the past 2, should I be expecting a visit from DHS and a rectal probe or something? A "brain washing" enema or what?

Phooey, a few months back, I wrote a saucy lil story for the short stories forum about a female "pirate"...probably on pg. 2 or 3 by now....guess I'll be walkin the plank.
It was racey so maybe some of those dweebs had a "jolly" nite of it anyway. Nah, they wouldn't know what it was about anyways.

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 12:16 AM
reply to post by gladtobehere


So, any discussion of virtually anything in the news makes one a terrorist. Talking about a sick relative? Must be a terrorist! Discussing the weather - the MOST innocuous topic imaginable? Nope; now, you are a terrorist! I find "extreme weather" highly interesting! Isn't that basically admitting that it's controllable???

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 12:33 AM
I guess they'll be ok with that list until people start using Pig-Latin. You know, for those who want to ip-slay past the anners-scay.
Oh heck, now I'm gonna be atched-way & onitored-may!

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 03:13 AM
I think they do have ways of seperating what may be a possible threat, from people just using words that happen to bbe on their trigger lists, though.I propably would not have been able to get out of my driveway because of all the surveillance vehicles otherwise.I had an American friend on another(non-conspiracy)site but we talked via email about ATS type stuff all the time.A funny anecdote I told him once included the words:army,biological,chemical,Vatican,deal,red phosphorus,threatened and the name of an individual who shall always be on every list due to the career he chose.Those are just some of the words,I forgot the rest.The way I see it,if They can read,they can see it's an anecdote about something that happened many years ago,or just discussions.We had tons of conversations about such things-but more about normal everyday stuff,so yes it looks like the abc's can tell the difference between people plotting+people just talking about matters that are up for discussion clear as day on the net.Tedious work it must be though.At least they got some good recipes from me.

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 03:30 AM
This list is ridiculous.

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 04:04 AM

Originally posted by SonOfTheLawOfOne
IMO, that's not the real list....

That list above is of selected words that once revealed to you, you'll find alternatives for.

It's those alternatives that they want to see if you still use because then it means you're aware of the monitored material and still choose to talk about the subjects.



Frankly, the concept of a 'trigger word list' is probably, no, almost certainly a red herring.

There is no list of internet trigger words...simply because EVERYTHING is watched and recorded and then analysed for content later.

Or another way to look at it is that everything you do or post online IS the trigger to be spied upon.

And matters not if you are behind firewalls, routed through multiple VPN's or whatever else you think will keep you anonymous won't.

They don't spend $ Trillions on this interception hardware and stuff and end up with the capabilities of a ZX Spectrum.

And tbh, i reckon if there is actually any intelligence within the intelligence services, they have known all the in's and out's of every regular member here on ATS and other likeminded sites for years now...and will have already discounted the majority of us as harmless CT'ers and new age drippy draws types.

But, they will still be recording everything we post, and everything we read here and elsewhere.

Worth remembering when your frustration gets the better of you or you've had a few lemonade shandies and are mouthing off a little against whoever or whatever...what you say may just be your undoing when it's used as damning evidence of your mindset if they decided to throw you under a bus later on down the road.

As always, think and feel what you like...but be careful what you write.

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 06:28 AM
reply to post by Hopechest

Computers do this, until repeated hits warrant human ears.

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 06:32 AM
reply to post by jimmyx

This sounds right, almost like you have direct knowledge.i hope I'm not getting you into trouble.

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 06:41 AM
reply to post by tnhiker

But why? If the system is built to detect real bad guys, why would you want to create unnecessary work?
The idea of the Man listening to citizens phone cons IS a bit repulsive but this is where we at. What do you recommend? Wait until we are struck again and THEN go try to find the Perps, or try and be more active and try to stop it before it happens. OK, you could say we should get out of other countries bussiness so they don't attack us but unless the earths current systems of government change, and how we interact with others changes, this is what we are left with.

Im not defending this behavior but Can you come up with something better to do to change this instead of just F'ing with it?

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 07:35 AM
not the full list.
this maybe part of the list for the US but not the worldwide list as many of the words on that list are in languages other then English. two words that should be used together on all list that i know the US government is watching for are "Red Mercury"

The term was adopted in the 1970s from red mercuric iodide (mercury(II) iodide) as part of several hoax substances of uncertain composition purportedly used in the creation of nuclear bombs, as well as a variety of unrelated weapons systems. Red mercuric iodide is a poisonous, scarlet-red, odorless, tasteless powder that is insoluble in water.[4] However, samples of "red mercury" obtained from arrested would-be terrorists invariably consisted of nothing more than various red dyes or powders of little value, which some suspect was being sold as part of a campaign intended to flush out potential nuclear smugglers.

Any terrorists looking for red mercury is looking for nuclear materials to make a nuclear weapon or dirty bomb.
edit on 1-6-2013 by ANNED because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 11:29 AM
hahahaha good for them, i doubt the terrorists use the word "plot" when speaking to one another, that's what MSM uses. The MSM had better watch out or DHS is going to take them down.

I am glad they have all those common everyday words on the list, I bet those DHS agents are hating life pushing paper of all our drama and non-sense on facebook.

posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 12:28 PM
reply to post by gladtobehere

Sweet, guess what I'm going to do... go copy and paste the entire list on facebook.

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