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International Action Day “Freedom not fear

I think this sounds like a good idea.  I think this is right up the alley of some of what we are trying to make people aware of. Below are the details.

  http://www.vorratsdatenspeicherung.de/content/view/242/144/
 
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International Action Day “Freedom not fear – Stop the surveillance mania!” on 11 October 2008

A broad movement of campaigners and organizations is calling on everybody to join action against excessive surveillance by governments and businesses. On 11 October 2008, concerned people in many countries will take to the streets, the motto being “Freedom not fear 2008”. Peaceful and creative action, from protest marches to parties, will take place in many capital cities.

 

Surveillance mania is spreading. Governments and businesses register, monitor and control our behaviour ever more thoroughly. No matter what we do, who we phone and talk to, where we go, whom we are friends with, what our interests are, which groups we participate in – “big brother” government and “little brothers” in business know it more and more thoroughly. The resulting lack of privacy and confidentiality is putting at risk the freedom of confession, the freedom of speech as well as the work of doctors, helplines, lawyers and journalists.

The manifold agenda of security sector reform encompasses the convergence of police, intelligence agencies and the military, threatening to melt down the division and balance of powers. Using methods of mass surveillance, the borderless cooperation of the military, intelligence services and police authorities is leading towards the construction of “Fortresses” in Europe and on other continents, directed against refugees and different-looking people but also affecting, for example, political activists, the poor and under-priviledged, and sports fans.

People who constantly feel watched and under surveillance cannot freely and courageously stand up for their rights and for a just society. Mass surveillance is thereby threatening the fabric of a democratic and open society. Mass surveillance is also endangering the work and commitment of civil society organizations.

Surveillance, distrust and fear are gradually transforming our society into one of uncritical consumers who have “nothing to hide” and – in a vain attempt to achieve total security – are prepared to give up their freedoms. We do not want to live in such a society!

We believe the respect for our privacy to be an important part of our human dignity. A free and open society cannot exist without unconditionally private spaces and communications.

The increasing electronic registration and surveillance of the entire population does not make us any safer from crime, costs millions of Euros and puts the privacy of innocent citizens at risk. Under the reign of fear and blind actionism, targeted and sustained security measures fall by the wayside, as well as tackling peoples’ actual daily problems such as unemployment and poverty.

In order to protest against security mania and excessive surveillance we will take to the streets in capital cities in many countries on 11 October 2008. We call on everybody to join our peaceful protest. Politicians are to see that we are willing to take to the streets for the protection of our liberties!

You can find the latest information on the protest marches and the list of participating cities at our website: http://wiki.vorratsdatenspeicherung.de/Freedom_Not_Fear_2008.

Our demands
1. Cutback on surveillance

no blanket registration of all air travellers (PNR data)
no information exchange with the US and other states lacking effective data protection
no secret searches of private computer systems, neither online nor offline
no blanket surveillance and filtering of internet communications (EU Telecoms-Package)
abolish the blanket logging of our communications and locations (data retention)
abolish the blanket collection of our biometric data as well as RFID passports
abolish the blanket collection of genetic data
abolish permanent CCTV camera surveillance and automatic detection techniques
scrap funding for the development of new surveillance techniques
2. Evaluation of existing surveillance powers

We call for an independent review of all existing surveillance powers as to their effectiveness and harmful side-effects.

3. Moratorium for new surveillance powers

After the homeland armament of the past few years we demand an immediate hold to new homeland security laws that further restrict civil liberties.

4. Guaranteeing freedom of expression, dialogue and information on the Internet

Ban the installation of filtering infrastructure on ISP networks.
Only independent and impartial judges may request the removal of Internet content.
Create a full right to quote multimedia, today indispensable to public debate in democracies.
Protect common internet places of expression (participatory sites, forums, comments on blogs) today threatened by inadequate laws encouraging self-censorship (chilling effect)
More information

In our wiki you can find information on

Participating countries and events planned:
Athens (Greece)
Belgrade (Serbia)
Berlin (Germany)
Bratislava (Slovakia)
Brussels (Belgium)
Bucharest (Romania)
Budapest (Hungary)
Copenhagen (Denmark)
Dublin (Ireland)
Helsinki (Finland)
Lisbon (Portugal)
Ljubljana (Slovenia)
London (England)
Luxembourg (Luxemburg)
Madrid (Spain)
Nicosia (Cyprus)
Paris (France)
Prague (Czech Republic)
Riga (Latvia)
Rome (Italy)
Skopje (Macedonia)
Sofia (България, Bulgaria)
Stockholm (Sweden)
Tallin (Estonia)
The Hague (Netherlands)
Valletta (Malta)
Vienna (Austria)
Vilnius (Lithuania)
Warsaw (Poland)
United States (United States)

September 11, 2008 Posted by | Censorship, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, Community harassment, community mobbing, community policing, Controlled society, domestic spying, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, government corruption, harassment, High technology, oppression, Police State, society, Spying, Surveillence, telecommunications | , , | 1 Comment

Conspiracy of two

http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2008/01/suicides200801?currentPage=1

The above article is an update on Jeremy Blake and Theresa Duncan. The alleged double suicide?

For those who don’t know the story, they were saying they were being harassed, spied on, monitored, etc by scientologist and maybe the government. If you read the article above in full, you will see a lot of similarities to some of the things that Gang stalking targets talk about. They even ended up moving from L.A. to New York.

A few days before her death she and Jeremy had made some really successfull inroads in getting a film she wanted produced. They had written a 27 page documentation about their harassment and were thinking of suing the church of Scientology. This never happened of course.

The article give a lot of information, and is worth reading before it disappears or is archived elsewhere. I really believe this is a case of what we have all been waiting for. The deaths have made it around in a lot of circles and the mystery or possible mystery has not died down yet. The only thing is, my blog and a couple of others related to Gang Stalking are the only ones at the time that I could find who covered the story, even though I did take the time to drop off the article on a certain forum.

Below are some quotes from the article. Alone they never mean much, but in conjunction it makes me think this story is worth looking into. Remember it’s the same system in the end, and if these two were Gang Stalking targets, then we should acknowledge that and give credence to their memories.

http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2008/01/suicides200801?currentPage=1

[quote]There had been reports they had become “paranoid,” obsessed with conspiracy theories, believing they were being harassed by Scientologists. The Internet filled up with conjecture about government plots and murder. Something about their story seemed to capture the modern imagination, if only because no one knew exactly why two such accomplished and attractive people had chosen to make their exit.[/quote]

Yes I wonder why that is? Anything is possible but based on what I have read, I would guess there was more to the story.

[quote]Blake wrote of how he and Duncan had been “harassed here to the point of absurdity” by people who were so “paranoid” that it made him “laugh.” He said that they had been “defamed by crazy Scientologists,” threatened and followed by “their thugs.” [/quote]

See at least she had a witness and they did not go through it by themselves, but even with a bit of celebrity, they still did not fair any better.

[quote]Meanwhile, Hollywood, Blake said, was “under a pathetic right-wing invasion” by the Bush administration and “extremist religious groups.” He mentioned a couple of media companies with obvious Republican leanings. And then he said, “They are even running ads on the Cartoon Network recruiting people to be in the CIA!”

He spoke of how he was beginning to realize that his work had the “power to influence” a global audience without the need for “corporate backing.” “I am starting to see this as a very powerful thing,” he said. “Almost miraculous. Best, J.B.”
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The Internet as we know it now has the same influential power, but for how much longer?

[quote]Beck’s involvement in Scientology was unconfirmed to the public until 2005, when he acknowledged his affiliation in an interview with The New York Times, lauding the sect for its work with illiterate kids and drug addicts. His father, musician David Campbell, who lives in Los Angeles, is also a Scientologist, as is his wife, Marissa.

According to Duncan, sometime in their two-year acquaintance, Beck expressed to her and Blake a desire to leave the church, and they had offered him encouragement and even assistance. “That’s ridiculous. Totally false,” Beck said. “Had we been closer and discussed anything as personal as religion, I would have only had positive things to say about Scientology.”

Duncan e-mailed a friend in late 2006: “[Beck] really, really tried to get away … using going to NY to be in Alice Underground.… He told me he wanted to leave the cult desperately, and this is what they do when someone knows that.” She was referring here to her perception that the Church of Scientology had been harassing her and Blake. “Never heard of these people. This is completely untrue,” Scientology spokeswoman Karin Pouw told the Los Angeles Times.
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In the lawsuit they were going to file Beck was going to be featured heavily in the suit as was Mr Tom Cruise. Don’t know about any of that, but it’s just interesting. They allege that he used his influence to not get her film made.

[quote]His report had also included an account of how “eleven top Scientologists, including [Scientology founder L. Ron] Hubbard’s wife, were sent to prison in the early 1980s for infiltrating, burglarizing and wiretapping more than 100 private and government agencies in attempts to block their investigations.”

In his Manual of Justice, from 1959, Hubbard wrote, “People attack Scientology, I never forget it, always even the score. People attack auditors, or staff, or organisations, or me. I never forget until the slate is clear.”[/quote]

Ok.

[quote]It started, they said, with repeated phone calls late at night. Sometimes the person on the other end of the line would just hang up, and sometimes he would say something to the effect of “Did you have a good meeting today?” Then there were men, Duncan said, who would show up outside their house in Venice Beach, sometimes standing watching them, sometimes sitting in a car. She began taking pictures of out-of-state license plates. It became an obsession. She took “hundreds of pictures.” [/quote]

I have had so many targets write to me to tell me the same thing about the cars that follow them, and attempts to write down license plates.

[quote]It didn’t—at least not in Duncan’s mind. So convinced was she of what was going on that she e-mailed a Los Angeles Times reporter and tried to get her to write a story about it (she didn’t respond). It started to seem to her that no one could be trusted, that everyone was suspect. How did these people watching them know so much about them? She came to believe that someone was informing on them. [/quote]

If they really only understood the creepy system that truly exists in society. Most people never will. They are so hopelessly attached and dependent on the system.

[quote]Duncan wrote screeds on her blog (which she launched in 2005) about people she claimed were connected to C.I.A. plots and right-wing conspiracies: [/quote]

[quote]In May, Duncan published on her blog a long conversation with Morales on topics such as MK-Ultra and Operation Chaos—actual C.I.A. mind-control and surveillance programs between the 50s and the 70s. She announced on the blog (two days before she died) that she was writing a piece called “The Devil and Dick Cheney”—“a metaphysical investigation,” Morales explained, into whether the vice president “could actually be Satan.” [/quote]

Sounds interesting that she wrote about some of the things that TI’s might come across. MK Ultra, mind control, etc.

[quote]Morales remembers how, one night at the Beatrice, Duncan, surrounded by fashionable friends, prodded him to tell everyone about Operation Garden Plot—a U.S. military plan to respond to what it calls “domestic civil disturbances”—which Morales sees as part of the military’s “war on dissent.” “Civil disturbance” can also mean “protest.”[/quote]

Never heard of Garder Plot before, new thing, old thing?

[quote]He offered to contact his friend Alex Jones about doing a Scientology show on his nationally syndicated radio program (The Alex Jones Show), which specializes in government secrets and conspiracies. Blake liked the idea. In January, he had sent someone an e-mail promoting Jones as a “colorful Texas populist who has hipster credibility.” It was through Jones’s show that he had become familiar with the “9/11 truth movement” and its questioning of the U.S. government’s so-called “official story.” He had e-mailed friends about this too. He now became a semi-regular attendee at the Sunday-night 9/11-truth meetings at St. Mark’s Church, which Morales oversees. Morales said, “He was talking about doing art around 9/11 truth.”
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A lot of roads lead to 9/11 truth, but when will that really ever happen?

[quote]The night before her suicide, July 9, Duncan, Blake, George Pelecanos, and producer Cary Woods had a meeting at a restaurant in Washington, near where Pelecanos lives. It was a good meeting, ending with the ol’ Hollywood high fives. Pelecanos liked Blake and Duncan’s ideas, and Woods was on board to produce Nick’s Trip (although he hasn’t had a big success in a few years, Woods was still a name in the independent-film world Blake and Duncan had confidence in).

Pelecanos, who had met the couple only once before, said, “You could tell they were really into each other, like when you first date a woman and you are in the phase where you can’t get enough of each other. The last time I saw them, they were walking across the street holding hands.”

The next afternoon, July 10, back in New York, Blake came home to have lunch with Duncan at about three p.m., as he often did. [/quote]

This is the part of the article that really get’s my attention. I mean she was finally getting some good vibes about getting Nick’s Trip produced. She has lunch with Jeremy the person who knew her best in the world, who picked up no signs of anything amiss, then decides to kill herself? Anything is possible, but someone should be looking into this.

[quote]Finally, around 11 p.m., the men from the morgue arrived. (The official cause of Duncan’s death was suicide by acute intoxication due to the combined effects of diphenhydramine—which is present in Benadryl and Tylenol PM—and alcohol. The New York City medical examiner’s office would not comment on whether there were other drugs found in her system.) [/quote]

Don’t know a lot about over the counter medications. I wish someone looked into this more however.

[quote]On July 17, the day before he was set to drive to Detroit with three friends—Fellows, Doherty, and Morales—for her funeral, Blake went to work, insisting he felt O.K.

He never came home. He had talked about going out to visit his friend Chris Burke, a sound designer who lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn, with whom he had been working on the voice-over for Glitterbest (“a mad stream of consciousness,” as Malcolm McLaren put it, that Duncan had written).

“I’m coming to Brooklyn anyway,” Blake told him. But he never showed up.

After leaving the Rockstar offices, on lower Broadway, he took the A train all the way out to Rockaway Beach. Coincidentally, it was the birthplace of his mother.

Around eight p.m., an unidentified woman called 911 saying she had seen a man of Blake’s description walking naked into the water. It was the last in a series of heroic gestures he made for the lovely Theresa.
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I always find this part suspicious. The anonymous woman. From what I read, no one looked for his body for days, till a person published a story on them, then his body showed up. I am not clear on that part. It all seems really off, and this is something that I think the TI community should be tackling and looking into, but not a peep.

It’s been a year since I blogged about it, but it’s gotten more play media wise than any other story of it’s kind that I can think of.

September 11, 2008 Posted by | CIA, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, Community harassment, community mobbing, control, crazy, driving-crazy, Drugs, Fashion, Female, Film, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, harassment, Intimidation, Isolation, Jeremy Blake, Laughter, Life, Mind Control, paranoid, revolution, Scientologists, Social Control, Surveillence, Targeted Individual, Theresa Duncan, White, WhiteFemale | 7 Comments