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Tosh Plumlee
03-21-2009, 01:13 AM
I was just informed the CIA as well as the DoJ and the State Department reads every post on this forum and logs the material. (from a very sensitive source) Have you noticed the increase in the Forum viewers and users?

Be proud good people we have their eyes and ears.... now they will perhaps come after ours.......

P.S. We're not radical, just factual.... perhaps THEY will learn something.

Magda Hassan
03-21-2009, 06:31 AM
Members of the DPF send greetings to the men and women from the Ministries of Oceana.

Peter Lemkin
03-21-2009, 07:50 AM
Please spell my name correctly - no p in Lemkin. So now if the back-up of the site is lost, we can file a FOIA for a copy.

Tosh Plumlee
03-21-2009, 11:47 AM
Please spell my name correctly - no p in Lemkin. So now if the back-up of the site is lost, we can file a FOIA for a copy.

Sounds like you've been there before Mr. Lemkpin. Do you have a contact person or persons in the United States?

Charles Drago
03-21-2009, 11:52 AM
And we're watching them.

Jan Klimkowski
03-21-2009, 11:54 AM
Is this an encrypted message?

:hmmmm2:

:alberteinstein:

:aetsch:

:sleep:

Charles Drago
03-21-2009, 11:55 AM
Ask George Smiley.

Jan Klimkowski
03-21-2009, 12:13 PM
Ask George Smiley.

:beer:

It should be a glass of fine red, Charles, but Smileys have the limitations of most hieroglyphic systems...

Dawn Meredith
03-21-2009, 12:16 PM
I have just always assumed that every site like this is watched. Under W they wanted to know what liab. books were being checked out, so all I can say is that maybe some will read, learn and "turn", to employ the word James Douglas offered for the conversion of JFK.
Dawn

Peter Lemkin
03-21-2009, 12:25 PM
Is this an encrypted message?

:hmmmm2:

:alberteinstein:

:aetsch:

:sleep:

The decryptor will be found in the box of your toxic breakfast cereal box.

Charles Drago
03-21-2009, 01:13 PM
Let's not let any of this go to our heads ... or our spines.

The watching game is more complex than simple surveillance. This is about feint, misdirection, counting guns, playfulness, contempt, training (theirs, so let's make it ours), talent spotting, and the nurturing of paranoia and ego.

For starters.

The Unspeakable outnumber us, out-gun us, and can wreak havoc on our material supply lines. They can buy-off many of us, and they can make others simply disappear.

But the arc of the universe bends away from them.

They can win battles, but the war for them already is lost.

I might add that being told by the Unspeakable that we're being observed is just another element of the game. The surveillance is sophisticated; if we weren't supposed to notice it, we wouldn't.

So remember the words of Graham Greene: "[Y]ou canít blame the innocent, they are always guiltless. All you can do is control them or eliminate them. Innocence is a kind of insanity"

Under the right circumstances, being violated -- and knowing it -- can end up saving your sanity.

Not to mention your life.

Tosh Plumlee
03-21-2009, 01:23 PM
The following questions can only be answered with a Yes or No:

Mr. Lemking. In reference to the illegal documents and other sensitive information you received, did you receive that information from a CIA source?

YES. NO. (please check one of the two answers)

Mr. Lempin: Do you still beat your wife, girlfriend, or boyfriend?

YES NO (please check one)


MR. Lempskin: Do you ware jocky shorts or briefs?

Yes No (plese check one of the three boxes.)

Tosh Plumlee
03-21-2009, 01:54 PM
A few years ago an FBI agent was telling a Senator about their activities in reference to monitoring a rally in a public park:

"... Sir; there were over six hundred people at that rally and five hundred and ten were from the FBI and two hundred from the CIA. One person was arrested and two others detained for questioning".. I do not recall their names"...

Magda Hassan
03-21-2009, 02:12 PM
That's right Tosh, my friend and I were questioned at that rally. :secruity:

Peter Lemkin
03-21-2009, 06:27 PM
I'd like for this thread not to scare away new folks and those who have not gotten used to such things. To my knowledge the NSA slurps up everything - websites of all kinds; emails, phone calls of all varieties; your bank info and anytime you use a teller-machine; every time you use a credit or debit card; and more - so relax. The days of the guy in the next room with the headphones on listening is over. Giant computers record all and IF they want they can go back and look. Yes, some things they are focused-on in almost real-time, but with the quantity of things on the internet etc. that might be less-than-flattering to the powers-that-be are so numerous, and they have more important targets, so I think most conversations on the internet are just recorded. So keep the paranoia at a realistic level, and don't let them stop your exercising your Constitution and Human Rights of Free Thought and Free Speech.

Use it or loose it.

David Guyatt
03-22-2009, 08:40 AM
Really. They are watching now? Well hell, can they explain this little pickle then:

http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh169/Shoestring99/alien_jar-1.jpg