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Comic Book Indoctrination of Children into the Total Surveilance Police-State!

Sunday, November 22, 2009 Leave a comment

NEW COMIC BOOK HERO COP
IN A 5TH GENERATION WARFARE
SOVIET-STYLE “YOUR PAPERS PLEASE”
TOTAL SURVEILANCE  WORLD
IS PROPAGANDA INDOCTRINATION
FOR OUR CHILDREN


CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE COMIC BOOK FROM CORESTREET.COM 

Comic book HERO COP with PIVMAN Secure ID Checking scanner indoctrinates children into their future world of total surveilance police state! PIVMAN scans Smart Cards, Government issued ID cards, Driver’s licenses, RFID embedded passports, military grade security, independent databases. Track and log cardholders entry, exit, date, and time.This is the first stage to a Total Surveillance Police State! This is the modern day high-tech version of the Soviet Union’s “Your papers please!” system of checking identity. Tyranny by any other name is still tyranny.

PIVMAN was originally intended for Federal Government purposes.

MaxID Corp. and CoreStreet Announce the Sale of Handheld Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Readers to the United States Coast Guard, October 28, 2009.

CoreStreet is the manufacturer of PIVMAN.

  SecureIDNews.com, PIV I enables states, others to issue high-tech credentials, Monday, November 2, 2009. PIVMAN is now being implemented in Washington, DC for city employees, Colorado, Hawaii, and Illinois. Strange that these are anti-Second Amendment states on the same level as Washington, DC.

THE FUTURE OF A TOTAL SURVEILLANCE POLICE STATE

4th Generation Warfare is what happend at the Ft. Hood shooting spree. The Government’s reaction is to evolve into 5th Generation Warfare State. What are the Generations of Warfare? See the Powerpoint Presentation in PDF format titled The Next Generation Warfare.

President George W. Bush, Homeland Security Presidential Directive, Number 12 (HSPD-12) Policies for a Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees and Contractors, August 27, 2004

President George W. Bush, Memorandum for the Heads of All Departments and Agencies, Subject: Implementation of Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 12 – Policy for a Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees and Contractors. Memorandum dated August 5, 2005

Federal Information Processing Standard Publication: Personal Identity Verification (PIV) of Federal Employees and Contractors, March 2006.

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Container Ship Maersk Alabama, Attacked in April This Year was Attacked AGAIN! November 18, 2009

Friday, November 20, 2009 Leave a comment

Somali escalates piracy to murder on the high seas. North Korean captain died from gunshot wound.

(Lincoln Tribune, Lincolnton, NC) November 18, 2009. EU Navfor said on Wednesday that pirates had also attacked the same U.S. ship they hijacked in April this year. The European force said gunmen opened fire on the Maersk Alabama with automatic weapons on Wednesday morning, but a security detachment with the huge container ship responded and the vessel managed to escape with no casualties reported.

(Washington Times Editorial) November 20, 2009. An anti-pirate policy that works: Arming merchant ships thwarts piracy.

I believe the Washington Times Editorial got their facts wrong on the “28 members of its crew dead.” From my brief search of Google News only one North Korean Captain of the MV Theresa VIII died from a gunshot wound the following day after being shot by Somali pirates and the 28 members of the MV Theresa VIII were not injured.

From the London TimesOnline, November 19, 2009:

The North Korean captain of a tanker being held by Somali pirates is believed to have died after being shot during the hijack. When the MV Theresa VIII was hijacked north of the Seychelles on Monday its 28 crew members tried to fight off the pirates. Initial reports said that no one had been injured seriously.

However, a pirate called Mohamed said: “The captain of the chemical tanker died last night from gunshot wounds he got during the hijack.”

There has been no independent confirmation of the report. Somali pirates have been responsible for more than 160 armed attacks on ships in the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean this year. They fire frequently at target vessels with AK47 rifles and rocket-propelled grenades. There have been no other reports of deaths at their hands pirates this year.

Hostages are considered assets so it is in the interests of the hijackers to keep them alive. This point was illustrated yesterday when the Alakrana, a Spanish trawler, and its 36 crew, were released after a £2 million ransom was paid. There were reports of celebrations in Haradheere as the pirates flaunted their newfound wealth.

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What I Can Do Now With My New Laptop and Adobe CS4 Design Premium!

Wednesday, November 11, 2009 Leave a comment

 

Adobe CS4 Design PremiumBetter blogging days ahead! 

I bhp_pavilion_dv6t_quadought Adobe CS4 Design Premium and I bought my brand new custom built HP Pavilion DV8T Quad Edition (18.4 inch screen) entertainment laptop with an internal TV-Tuner and 1 TByte harddrive (500GB x 2) with many other selected components. These two purchases advances my goal to create my future Website and to produce a new online magazine and a print magazine. Adobe ConnectNow  in Adobe CS4 Design Premium will be the vehicle for colaboration with anyone who wants to be on my design team for either the forthcoming Website, onlined magazine, or the print magazine. I have a design team of one. Me! I can use some help.

 

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