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The US vs John Lennon

I was really surprised after watching this movie. I know about the Beatles, and then I knew some things about John and Yoko Ono, but I had no idea about the full extent of his harassment by the US government.

This was a really eye opening movie. During my research into Gang Stalking I realised that John Lennon was just one more person who had complained about some of the things that Gang Stalking targets complain about. Wire taps, harassment, being followed around in public overtly by strangers, but I had no idea how much he was harassed.

I mean you think that he was famous, rich, etc and so he could avoid these problems, but that’s so far from the truth. When you watch this movie, it’s nothing like that, and the movie really humanizes him.

Apparently he became a real anti-war activist during the Vietnam war. That time period is a lot like this one except people protested back then, and we still protest now, but not as much. Music was allowed to have an influence, and now if you read the book “the covert war on rock,” it does not have that same chance that it once did.
He fought to stay in the US for 5 years. Apparently his very simple and innocent anti-war stance upset then president Nixon and he got the political machine in gear against Lennon and sought to destroy him. Like this machine constantly does, it looks for vulnerabilities and came up with an immigration rap. Sounds familiar. They were really trying to kick him out of the country for 5 years of his life. Finally he got fed up and he sued them. His lawyer thought that he didn’t have a chance in hell, but he was able to prove presidential interference in his affairs.

Then the Watergate scandal broke, Nixon resigned, and then him and Yoko and Sean had a semi normal family life, then he was assassinated.

The movie is pretty self explanatory and it matches the pattern that has been seen before. It’s really eye opening, because you think that people like Britney Spears, and other stars would be untouchable to things like this, but this just shows that they are not.

In many ways they are average and vulnerable like the rest of the population. I think we know that on some level, but this movie really put things into perspective.

Here are a couple of quotes from the movie that I found interesting. There are a few more, but these were interesting to me.

{One more thing about John Lennon, it seems off topic, but he reported that he saw a flying saucer, sounds out there, but in reading about other events that have been under surveillance, there was also another report of flying sauces over a rally that was most likely under surveillance, where they reported the same thing. He thought it was a something positive at the time, but it’s just something interesting to note.}
Direct quote from the movie.

“His activities were being monitored. He says that he thinks that they wanted him to notice. He was scared paranoid.”

“He believed all of his telephone conversations were being monitored.

He believed that he was being followed  around New York City.

He believed that friends that he had thought were friends were secret Informants for different intelligence communities. ”

“Another effect of the Sinclair thing was it probably further alerted the FBI, John Mitchell, Holdermin,  ?, and Nixon that something needed to be done to neutralize John Lennon. ”

 

“When it gets down to having to use violence then you are playing the systems games. The establishment irritates you, pull your beard and flick your face to make you fight, because once they have you violent then they know how to handle you. ”
It’s interesting that Markus Wolf takes credit for perfecting the concept of the Romeo Spy, but even as far as back then, it was not above the American government to implement the same techniques. Just a thought.

Anyways the movie is really good. The music in the movie really shows his progress as an artist. I understand a lot more about him now, and it’s a real eye opener. It shows that things did not change that much, they in fact seem to just have expanded the techniques and methods to others. It really puts things into perspective. At times when watching the movie, you could not help but juxtaposition what was happening in this era with the wars from that time period, Vietnam and Cambodia and anti-war movement, just interesting.

http://www.gangstalkingworld.com/Social/article.php?sid=161

I had forgotten this, but even back then there was governmental cooperation, between Canada and the US in regards to spying on citizens. Along with the FBI, the RCMP in Canada were also spying on John Lennon.

[quote]The RCMP advised U.S. officials the radio programming was intended to help promote the planned Mosport event. The Mounties noted the venue had been vetoed by the Ontario Municipal Board and “at the present time it is not certain whether the ‘festival’ will proceed at some other location.”

The ambitious musical event collapsed under the weight of organizational disputes.

Lennon’s rabble-rousing activism of the early 1970s drew the attention of the FBI, which like the RCMP spied on numerous left-wing individuals and groups suspected of subversion.

A memo to the FBI director, noting enclosure of the RCMP correspondence, carries the subject line, “New Left – Foreign influence – Canada.”

The FBI records were released under the U.S. Freedom of Information Act in response to a request from California history professor Jon Wiener, who waged a long legal fight for disclosure. Some material in the FBI file remains classified.
attention.
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Maybe all these countries did was invite more players to the game with their community policing programs and anti terror laws. The movie is worthwhile watching.

December 13, 2008 Posted by | Awareness, Beatles, CIA, Citizen Informants, Civilian Spies, Cointelpro, community policing, Covert investigations, domestic spying, Gang Stalking, Gangstalking, John Lennon, past, present, revolution, Spying, Stalking, Stasi, State target, Surveillence, Targeted Individual | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

So you want a revolution?

This is something that has been playing in my head. I don’t know why.

Youtube

It’s such a happy song, and the Beatles look like they are having just so much fun singing this. I keep thinking what could have been so bad about John Lennon, that the State had to follow him around, and then his eventual assassination, but of course I know the answer, he had a following of millions of people and he was teaching those anti-establishment ideas that the state just hates so much.

Men like him, Martin Luther, Jesus just don’t seem harmful, but that’s to innocent naive minds like mine. Not to a brutal state, they are horrible evil threats, that needed to be removed.

[quote]You say you want a revolution
Well you know
We all want to change the world
You tell me that it’s evolution
Well you know
We all want to change the world
But when you talk about destruction
Don’t you know you can count me out

Don’t you know it’s gonna be alright
Alright, alright

You say you got a real solution
Well you know
We don’t love to see the plan
You ask me for a contribution
Well you know
We’re doing what we can
But if you want money for people with minds that hate
All I can tell you is brother you have to wait

Don’t you know it’s gonna be alright
Alright, alright, al…

You say you’ll change the constitution
Well you know
We all want to change your head
You tell me it’s the institution
Well you know
You better free your mind instead
But if you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao
You ain’t going to make it with anyone anyhow

Don’t you know know it’s gonna be alright
Alright, alright

Alright, alright
Alright, alright
Alright, alright
Alright, alright [/quote]

So I was thinking about this, and what it would really mean in today’s modern society to plan a revolution. Keeping in mind that a year ago, I could not have conceived that there could be anything in my society to revolt against, or want to revolt against, maybe lower taxes, but nothing like this.
Again how you would revolt and what exactly you would revolt against is not clear. I mean the dictates of the state are being upheld by regular people, so if you really don’t want to go along with this, then just don’t.

Ask for people you can vote for who will change this, but if you want to do this revolution thing the old fashion way here are some thoughts.

If you are going to do a physical rebellion, first of all, who or what exactly would you physically rebel against? Again isn’t it like shooting yourselves in the foot, when you could just stop submitting to peer pressure and just say no? Maybe that’s just over simplified.

Ok some thoughts on what you are up against.

First if you are rebelling, then you clearly have to have a better system in place right, or concept or idea, and people who are honest, moral and decent who are going to make that happen right? Cause you don’t want to be out of the frying pan and into the fire, getting rid of one brutal and oppressive, dishonest state for another. Also since the world has always been like this to some degree, I am thinking some other bogus constitutional change would be the better course of action.

Second our current society have some horrible tricks up their sleeves. If anyone has missed it, our local police are becoming more and more militarized every year.

I have read of some cases where they are going over seas and being trained by the Israel military?

Infowars

Democratic Underground

[quote]While the Drug War had been the main subject regarding this effect, everything has been pushed into overdrive as a result of the War on Terror. Now, ordinary drug users are being seen as accomplices of terrorists, let alone those involved in the distribution and sale of narcotics….

Also, cyber-terror has been lumped into the mix, leading to the specter of a SEAL raid on Hong Kong or Taiwanese hackers, leaving nerds with their brains splattered all over their computer monitors from the fire of milled, not stamped, Heckler & Koch submachine guns from a distance of 3 feet, shot in the back of the head…..

See, a military target can be killed without compunction or remorse. A military target has no rights. He is the moral equivalent of Saddam Hussein or Osama Bin Laden, to be given no quarter, to be taken out by any means necessary, with the survival of friendlies being given a much higher priority than the survival of innocents who may be caught in the crossfire. (After all, they are “collateral damage,” or, better, “were being used as ‘human shields’.”)

From here on, the oath to guard America from enemies both foreign, and domestic, trumps all law established to restrain police, since the police are the military, and the military is the police. Terrorists, and accomplices of terrorists, might be killed, if desirable, on the spot, without benefit of a trial, evidence, or the opportunity for a defense before a jury of one’s peers. Any number of propagandist slogans can be used to cover for such actions, such as, “He had it coming,” “His peers are scum,” and “He’s not One Of Us.”
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Satellites

Washington Post

[quote]The Bush administration has approved a plan to expand domestic access to some of the most powerful tools of 21st-century spycraft, giving law enforcement officials and others the ability to view data obtained from satellite and aircraft sensors that can see through cloud cover and even penetrate buildings and underground bunkers. [/quote]

Just picture you in the movie Enemy of the state instead of Will Smith. (I will let you look up the movie clip for this one.) I mean not only can these suckers track you on land, but now they can view you in underground bunkers? Yet they still could never find Bin Laden. :eyeroll:

So not only can you not plan your rebellion in the open, but then when you take it underground, you are going to be spied on. Unlike the The Gunpowder Plot rebellion with Guy Fawkes, which the movie V 4 Vendetta alludes to. They just had snitches to worry about, but you would have snitches and spy satellites. Imagine V trying to plot his little rebellion under those conditions?

Snitches

Probably the most effective weapon of the state. Oppression of the people by the people. A whole society of snitches. People spying on each other and not knowing who they can trust, cause a rebellion hardly happens without plotting, and to plot you probably need people, unless you are resourceful like the movie character V.

So to begin with you have a society of people with not the best morals, and many with no sense of family or community loyalty, but a sense of loyalty to the State. Russia really knew what they were doing. So does this society now. So with most of society snitching and spying on each other, how you would even trust each other to plot together is beyond me. This would be one of the biggest obstacles to overcome, figuring out who to trust. (That’s easy, no one?)

Spy cameras

OK currently Britain is the most heavily laden society with these spy cameras. Let’s see how many spy cameras per person. Oh and don’t worry, your society is soon to follow.

[quote]Per capita there are more surveillance cameras in the UK than any other country in the world – more than a million according to one recent estimate.

The average city dweller can expect to be captured on film every five minutes. Almost 500,000 low budget CCTV kits have been bought in the last three years.

At this rate, by 2015 there will be no such thing as a secret place in our city centres, according to Simon Davies, of the pressure group Privacy International. [/quote]

For the time being they are still counting on humans to monitor the data. Have you seen the ones that talk to you yet? Those are apparently loads of fun.

Brain reading devices

Yes it’s no longer ok to think bad thoughts, think nice thoughts, think nice thoughts. Ok maybe just some naughty ones, but nothing against the state, cause they can monitor you and arrest you for it. Well they can monitor you for it, but no laws that we know of have been passed yet, for arrest, but you know if there is a movie plot about this, the rest is likely to be coming.

Guardian.co.uk

[quote]

Using the technology is ‘like shining a torch, looking for writing on a wall’. CT image: Charles O’Rear/Corbis

A team of world-leading neuroscientists has developed a powerful technique that allows them to look deep inside a person’s brain and read their intentions before they act.

The research breaks controversial new ground in scientists’ ability to probe people’s minds and eavesdrop on their thoughts, and raises serious ethical issues over how brain-reading technology may be used in the future.

The team used high-resolution brain scans to identify patterns of activity before translating them into meaningful thoughts, revealing what a person planned to do in the near future. It is the first time scientists have succeeded in reading intentions in this way.
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Ok now I have to admit, I have not seen the movie with Tom cruise yet, but since the real live version of this is about to hit, does anyone have a copy of Minority Report they want to lend me?

I will let you look up the movie clip on this one.

Internet Movie Data Base

[quote]
Plot Outline:

What would you do if you were accused of a murder, you had not committed… yet? more

In the future, criminals are caught before the crimes they commit, but one of the officers in the special unit is accused of one such crime and sets out to prove his innocence.[/quote]

Echelon

When it’s baby brother is not interpreting your thoughts, Echelon is listing to what you are saying. Keep in mind it’s not just Echelon listening in. Anything we have, any device we have that has a microphone can be turned into a listening device. We can even be listened in on via our land line phones, when they are on the hook. Cell phones, laptops, pda devices, can be listened in on remotely. Remember the mobster who was taken down because they remotely planted software on his cell phone so they could listen to his conversations in the room, even when the cell phone is turned off? As long as it has a microphone or it’s a communication device, then watch your back.

We have this scary society that likes to listen in to what we are saying and wants to watch what we are doing.

[quote]In the greatest surveillance effort ever established, the US National Security Agency (NSA) has created a global spy system, codename ECHELON, which captures and analyzes virtually every phone call, fax, email and telex message sent anywhere in the world. ECHELON is controlled by the NSA and is operated in conjunction with the Government Communications Head Quarters (GCHQ) of England, the Communications Security Establishment (CSE) of Canada, the Australian Defense Security Directorate (DSD), and the General Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) of New Zealand. These organizations are bound together under a secret 1948 agreement, UKUSA, whose terms and text remain under wraps even today.

The ECHELON system is fairly simple in design: position intercept stations all over the world to capture all satellite, microwave, cellular and fiber-optic communications traffic, and then process this information through the massive computer capabilities of the NSA, including advanced voice recognition and optical character recognition (OCR) programs, and look for code words or phrases (known as the ECHELON “Dictionary”) that will prompt the computers to flag the message for recording and transcribing for future analysis. Intelligence analysts at each of the respective “listening stations” maintain separate keyword lists for them to analyze any conversation or document flagged by the system, which is then forwarded to the respective intelligence agency headquarters that requested the intercept. [/quote]

PROMIS

Prosecutors Management Information Systems

Something that can track you so well, it knows when you are sleeping, knows when you are awake, probably knows if you have been good or bad, so be good for goodness sake. I don’t know if it makes a list and checks it twice though, have to get back to you on that one.

From the Wilderness

[quote]

What was it designed to do?

Designed as case-management software for federal prosecutors, PROMIS has the ability to combine disparate databases, and to track people by their involvement with the legal system.
What are some PROMIS capabilities?

What would you do if you possessed software that could think, understand every language in the world, that provided peep holes into everyone else’s computer “dressing rooms,” that could insert data into computers without people’s knowledge, that could fill in blanks beyond human reasoning and also predict what people would do – before they did it?….

Commenting on the capabilities of PROMIS, Mike Ruppert
states that “Mated with artificial intelligence it is
capable of analyzing not only an individual’s, but also
a community’s entire life, in real time. It is also
capable of issuing warnings when irregularities appear
and of predicting future movements based upon past
behavior.”

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I did a pretty In-depth look at PROMIS earlier this year, so if you want to have a gander at what it can do, check out the full blog post.

WordPress

[quote]a). The venture, from the intelligence point of view, was a major success. Suspected dissidents couldn’t move anywhere without Big Brother watching them. Even if they traveled under a false name, various characteristics, such as height, hair color, age, were fed into roadside terminals and PROMIS searched through its database looking for a common denominator. It would be able to tell an army commander that a certain dissident who was in the north three days before had caught a train, then a bus, stayed at a friend’s house, and was now on the road under a different name. That’s how frightening the system was. By late 1985 virtually all dissidents – and an unknown number of unidentified innocents – had been rounded up. In a country whose rulers had no patience for such people, 20,000 government opponents either died or disappeared.[/quote]

Needless to say if you are having a rebellion, it will know before you do where you are staying and likely who you are staying with, as it and it’s brothers track you around the globe.

Active Denial Weapons.

What can I say about these? Well they are actively being tested out on Iraqi citizen’s right now. They are painful and yet if they don’t kill you, but just fry the inside of you apparently it’s ok, and they are approved for use. Once they finish testing these babies out on the Iraqi population and you try to have your rebellion, then it will be your turn.

Global Security

[quote]Active Denial Technology is a breakthrough non-lethal technology that uses millimeter-wave electromagnetic energy to stop, deter and turn back an advancing adversary from relatively long range. It is expected to save countless lives by providing a way to stop individuals without causing injury, before a deadly confrontation develops.[/quote]

Mindfully

[quote]The ultimate weapon

Electromagnetic weapons operate at the speed of light; they can kill, torture and enslave; but the public are largely unaware that they exist, because these weapons operate by stealth and leave no physical evidence. Electromagnetic weapons have been tested on human beings since 1976. By widely dispersing the involuntary human test-subjects, and vehemently attacking their credibility, it has been possible for the United States to proceed with these human experiments unhindered by discussions or criticisms, let alone opposition.

This ultimate weapon system is currently being deployed in Iraq. The US Air Force and the Marine Corps refer to it as “active denial technology”, as if it were used purely for defense, but it is not [/quote]

Yeah feel the burn. People are feeling the burn and we should be doing what we can to ensure their rights the same way we would our own, because what will be used against them, will be used against us later on. Sooner than later.

Your selves.

And let’s say you defeat all those demons at the end of the day, you still have the biggest obstacle to overcome, that’s right yourselves. The people who subscribed to this madness in the first place, the people who let this system continue for so long, you can over come a system, but if you don’t first free your minds, change your mentality and attitudes you will be right back where you came from.

It’s like the Israelites being freed from the Egyptians, and coming through the red sea, 40 years in the dessert, and these wars and battles to cleanse the land, and the moment they had the chance to what did the people do? Why they choose a King from amongst themselves to rule over them. So everyone can blame a state all they want, but the people have to take responsibility for the state of things as well.

Brookwitt

[quote] Samuel was not very happy about this so he took the matter to God. “And the Lord told him: “Listen to all that the people are saying to you; it is not you they have rejected, but they have rejected me as their king. As they have done from the day I brought them up out of Egypt until this day, forsaking me and serving other gods, so they are doing to you. Now listen to them but warn them solemnly and let them know what the king who will reign over them will do” (I Samuel 8:7-9).

So God said okay, if they want to make someone other than me their king fine, but warn them that it will not be good. Samuel went back to the people and told them this but they insisted on having a king. “‘No!’ they said. ‘We want a king over us. Then we will be like all the other nations, with a king to lead us and to go out before us and fight our battles” (I Sam. 8:20). God’s people did not trust that He would go before them and fight for them. They wanted a man to protect and rule over them. God warned them but ultimately let them make the decision. “Listen to them and give them a king” (I Sam. 8:22). [/quote]

The same thing happened in Lord Of The Rings. I will let you look up the movie clip.

If you wanted change, change would happen, you have the power to do this, you either don’t realise it, or are too scared, or mentally bound to make the change, or you really just don’t want change and then that’s all good too. It was just some early morning thoughts and ramblings that I thought I would share with you.

Ok I am actually going to attempt to sleep, but the Beatles song keep playing on in the background. Ok now I am on to some 80’s clip trip. Just as good.

August 18, 2007 Posted by | Active Denial Weapons, Beatles, Brain reading device, constitutional change, Controlled society, Echelon, electromagnetic frequency, Gangstalking, High technology, Jesus, John Lennon, Martin Luther King Jr, militarized police force, Movies, Police State, PROMIS, revolution, Snitches, society, Spy cameras, spy satellites, State target, Surveillence | 4 Comments