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Link Your VisaDebit or Credit Card To Paypal

Link Your VisaDebit or Credit Card To Paypal

Go to your profile, if you have not added a credit debit card, or visa, then do so now.

http://pages.ebay.com.sg/paypalverified/verify.html

Add the credit card, once you add the credit card, then you can have it linked, meaning verified. They charge you $3.00 to add the credit card, it will either be there in your visa statement, or visa debit account, or pre-loaded visa account.

Once the charge is added, it comes with a 4 digit pin, punch in the pin, in your paypal account. Link and confirm debit, credit card, under profile.

Once you do that, you can most likely also withdraw money to your vias, visa debit, and you will also be varified with the visa, visa debit, or pre-loaded. You also get the $3.00 back after. It’s interesting.

The last part is shown on the website link.
http://pages.ebay.com.sg/paypalverified/verify.html

No you do not have to have ebay, they just happen to own ebay. I checked my account, the linked feature is there.

April 3, 2014 Posted by | activism, Awareness | , , | Leave a comment

Square does cash now

https://squareup.com/ca

Square does cash.

There is this program called square, I think I might have recommended it in the past for offline payments, but did you know that they now do cash transactions as well?  https://square.com/cash

They now have a link for cash and email money transfers, if it works, and if it’s the correct thing, it’s what we will be using online, along with a few other situations.

The only thing I would recommend is that they add the security question and answer to square, that way only the sender and receive can figure out who is sending it. Not sure if they can use the verified by visa situation, or leave it optional, but the situation, sounds neat.

Here is the link. https://square.com/cash

It’s only available in America right now so the U.K. and Canada have to wait, but it’s pretty cool, it’s not international yet, but this is the type of service we all dream of, something that could be international, that’s easy to send and receive money.

Here is the article on it.
http://www.theverge.com/2013/10/15/4842518/square-cash-send-money-over-email-iphone-android

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2465274/Square-Cash-lets-users-send-money-EMAIL.html

October 18, 2013 Posted by | activism, Awareness | , , , , | Leave a comment

Bitcoin is now legal tender

Bitcoin is recognized as legal tender

Germany just recognized the bitcoin as legal tender, and it’s a nice step forward for virtual, and other forms of currency in the future.

A US judge has also ruled that bitoin is a currency or form of money.

http://www.coindesk.com/us-judge-rules-bitcoin-is-a-currency-or-form-of-money/

US judge rules bitcoin ‘is a currency or form of money’

http://www.coindesk.com/information/what-is-bitcoin/

Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. Bitcoins aren’t printed, like dollars or euros; they’re produced by lots of people running computers all around the world, using software that solves mathematical problems. It’s the first example of a growing category of money known as cryptocurrency

.What is bitcoin, and how does it differ to other forms of digital cash?

What is bitcoin?

Bitcoin can be used to buy things electronically. In that sense, it’s like conventional dollars, euros, or yen, which are also traded digitally.

http://www.coindesk.com/information/how-can-i-buy-bitcoins/

You can buy bitcoins from regulated exchanges, or directly from other people selling them, either online, or on the street. You can pay for them in a variety of ways, ranging from cash to wire transfers, depending on who you are buying them from.

I recall bitcoins from a few years back, I thought it was going to be doing ok for itself, and I am glad to see that was the case.

http://www.neowin.net/news/germany-recognises-bitcoin-as-legal-tender

Germany recognises Bitcoin as legal tender

Phi Ha19 August 2013

Bitcoin has begun to impact on the global financial markets as the German treasury announced that the currency is now recognised. According to German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, the virtual currency is legally and fiscally approved and “as a unit of account.”The move came as Frank Schaeffler, a deputy of France’s finance committee, announced it would be approved after he queried the national Finance Ministry.

“For the first time, the federal government recognises Bitcoins as private money,” said Schaeffler.

This is a nice step forward, take it for what it’s worth, there are alternatives out there, and this is a nice step forward. I was never a fan of a cash less society per se, cause I think if the stuff hits the fan, what can you take with you, but if the stuff hits the fan, will our bank card be working either?

Diversify the assessts, and keep a variety of coins, and other forms of coinage, handy.

 

The article was nice, because it shows how something becomes legal tender, and many people are just not clear how that functions, I was going to do an article, on the topic. Other coins are also becoming legal tender, and soon the options will be there.

September 3, 2013 Posted by | activism | , , , | Leave a comment

Standard Operating Procedure

Standard Operating Procedure

I had an experience today with the informants. It’s another what I like to call set up.

I had an informant enter the transit system, now this informant was singing to themselves which was fine, had little headphones on, etc, however after this informant also started talking outloud to themselves and I was not sure if the informant was actually crazy or just a bit or, or just pretending crazy.

Anyways I got on a bus and sat right in front of this informant. About halfway on the journey I realised that things were not right, the informants were not following their standard operating procedure.

Eg. They use to have someone from work always at the station and then have that person follow me to the location. After this, they started having what I call familiar strangers following me, except when I happen to lose them.

The familiar strangers started getting on when the snitches from work use to, and so the information was passed in that way.

There are a few that are consistantly present the same way the individuals from work were, I will see at least one if not multiple of these informants without fail, on a daily basis, unless I am doing something else. Even if for some odd reason I manage to board the bus without one present, along the way one of the others will get on the bus to take up the slack.

Now I usually have a couple of specific stops that I get off at and I always have a couple or more informants getting off at the same stop as well.

Anyways about halfway there, I noticed the usual standard operating procedure was not being followed, and they were not performing their idiotic mobbing formation, very unusual for them. So it peeked my curiosity, suddenly it occurred to me that it was going to be another set up.

Eg. I suddenly had the impression that Informant or person pretending to be crazy informant was going to get off at the same stop that I was going to, so I waiting to see if this was going to be the case.

This informant got off the stop before me, because sometimes I will do that, well realising that I was not getting off at that stop, the informant moved to get back on the bus, well the driver did not want to let the informant back on the bus, but the informant who up until that point had been doing a great job of pretending to be crazy, broke protocol, made clear eye contact with the driver and then communicated in quite clear Stasi signals, and so he let the informant back on the bus, and the informant did indeed get off at the next stop with me.

Now if any of these informants report this person, and that they were talking on the bus to themselves, well I am being tracked and so the assumption is that it was me. I use to have stuff like this happen a lot but never truly noted it, because I did not realise how deep the game goes.

Anyways sure enough not long after getting to my destination, it seems this had been the intended goal. If I had not been aware or alert that a set up was indeed what they were doing, then a set up like this would easily have succeeded. People in my environment would have it on good authority that it was me, and that would be the end of that, and I would never have been the wiser. As it was, I was able to circumvent this to a degree.

It seems the more I openly discuss the fact that I live in a Stasi society, these little set up’s happen more and more, so I guess I just have to get use to it, as will the Stasi have to get use to me and my frankness about the type of society that I live in.

Anyways being aware of their standard operation procedure can be helpful. They are aware of ours, they watch us for patterns, record what we buy for a reason, they look for chicks in the armour and try to use it.

These people are a real testament, everyday that I live, breath, see them, or have to be around them, they make me realise what I don’t want. I know that we are not free, but everytime I see them it brings that point home so much more vividly.

As far as the Stasi signals are concerned, I do from time to time have to test out a new signal to confirm that I am accurately interpreting the meaning and these are the times I may have to use them in public, other wise I leave the informants to their Stasi speak.

Oh and the one time I did use Stasi speak without cause was to indicate to this woman one of those now familiar strangers that I am aware of the fact that she is an informant. My apologies but my contempt was not quite being communicated the way that I had hoped.

Beyond that, these mini set up’s are just things to be aware of. I don’t know how exactly an incident like the one today adds to their belief that the target needs to be watched, but they do like to believe their own lies, so it’s not that hard. They don’t question, they just do what they are told. (Not all are like that,) but you have to watchout for yourself nonetheless, be aware of them and how they opperate, but on the other hand for the most part learn to ignore them.

August 27, 2009 Posted by | Gang Stalking | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Britney Spears Prisoner?

I have been following up on the Britney Spears situation, so this post goes out to the people who know her and might actually be in a situation to assist her.

I don’t like to speculate about the lives of celebrities, but we are told Britney is all healed up right? She is back on stage singing provocative songs like F.U.C.K ME (If you seek Amy) and other numbers. Her body is back in shape and she is on tour. Things are fine right?
The problem is I don’t know that things are fine. Britney who fought for custody of her boys, even going so far as to have an armed standoff with the police to keep them with her gave up custody of the boys last year. Kevin Federline now has sole custody and Britney has visitation rights, sort of.
http://www.usmagazine.com/britney-spears-gives-kevin-federline-sole-custody-of-boys
[quote]Spears currently has monitored, twice-a-week visitation with her boys, as well as one overnight-a-week.

She lost all visitation rights in January she was hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.[/quote]

Twice a week supervised visitation. and one overnight a week, which I imagine is also supervised?
Britney does not have control of her own money. She is well enough to perform like a trained doll in front of the audience, but she is not well enough to have control of her money? Shouldn’t people be asking questions about this?
http://www.usmagazine.com/news/lawyer-britney-spears-compares-dads-control-to-prison-200914
[quote]Britney Spears’ life under her dad’s conservatorship is like “prison,” a lawyer for her former manager, Sam Lutfi, charged today in a hearing at L.A. Superior Court.

John Anderson testified he was contacted by another lawyer, John Eardley, to represent Britney in her fight against the conservatorship (which gives Jamie Spears control over her personal and financial affairs). He also says Jamie’s control is causing the singer “emotional distress [that is ongoing] now.”[/quote]
I hate that picture of her. The look does not suit.
http://home.nzcity.co.nz/news/article.aspx?id=99538&fm=newsmain,nrhl
[quote]Jamie filed for a restraining order against both men earlier this year, claiming they had harassed Britney, 27.

The ruling follows evidence given by Jamie and Britney’s hairstylist and bodyguard, who all claimed the ‘Womanizer’ singer was scared of Lutfi.

Last month, Britney’s former boyfriend paparazzi photographer Adnan Ghalib was also given a three-year restraining order barring him from seeing the star.
[/quote]

So based on the word of her dad, and a hair dresser, Britney Spears who is 27 years old, almost 30 has no say in who can come near her, and she has no control of her money. Yet she is ok enough to be prancing around on stage like a blank doll?
This next bit I found really worrisome.

http://snarkfood.com/britney-spears-wanted-sam-lufti-to-rescue-her-from-daddy/
[quote]
    “[Britney] told me she wanted to get a hold of Sam,” said Christina, 25, whose brother had once been Spears’s manager. “She wanted him to help her find a lawyer, and wanted someone to get a prepaid cell phone to her. She was scared because her father was blackmailing her with visitation rights over her kids.”
    Spears allegedly told Christina to meet her on the fifth floor gym of the Peninsula Hotel on Jan. 16. When Christina arrived, Spears was working out with her mother while a bodyguard stood nearby. But they rendezvoused in a sauna where Christina gave her a phone, saying it was from Sam and ex-boyfriend Adnan Ghalib, which Spears then hid in a locker. “She asked me, ‘Will Sam be able to help me?’” Christina added.

The phone, however, was later discovered by Spears’s security team and confiscated from her purse.

[/quote]

The next thing I found really worrisome is that he lawyer was being kept away from her. I had been keeping an eye on Britney, because he meltdown and the events around it, made me think she might not be crazy, but a targeted individual made to look crazy. The scary part is if it’s true, it means someone with the fame, fortune and celebrity of Britney could have this happen to her.

Remember at her low point she had the kids taken from her, her money, and she was locked away. Also those who might have been trying to help her, were kept away from her. What can someone under those conditions do? Yet she has millions of fans, and none of them are asking the questions, or putting together a free Britney site on facebook? At the very least Britney is a grown adult who’s life is being controlled by forces outside of her control, and those paying to see her parade on stage should ask themselves why? If she is well enough to perform like a trained doll why is she not well enough to be in charge of her own money and life? Why is her lawyer being kept from her?
Don’t forget that those bodyguards that her dad hired still control her movements. This should worry a lot of people, but it doesn’t. All those so called screaming and adoring fans, should be all over this and asking some real questions.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090428/entertainment/us_people_britney_spears_1
[quote]
as ordered Britney Spears’ former manager and a lawyer to stay away from the pop singer for the next three years.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Aviva Bobb issued her ruling Tuesday after hearing testimony and arguments in recent weeks from the men and lawyers for Spears’ father, Jamie.
[/quote]

Her lawyer now has to stay away from her? Was the judge paid off? Does he know something that we don’t know?

[quote]Lawyers for Lutfi and Eardley promised to appeal the ruling, saying the lengthy hearing didn’t prove the singer suffered substantial emotional distress as a result of the men’s actions.

Lutfi’s lawyer, Bryan Freedman, said evidence instead pointed to Spears asking his client for help.

“Never before in the history of the world has a restraining order been issued against someone who merely responded to cries for help,” Freedman said. [/quote]
I find it odd as well. Why can’t the lawyer challenge the fact that someone is in control of Britney’s life other than Britney?
[quote]Freedman said the conservatorship was misusing a statute meant for the elderly or severely disabled adults to protect a singer who is currently on an international concert tour.

The singer remains on a tour promoting her most recent album, “Circus.” She did not appear during hearings on the petitions, despite repeated requests by Lutfi and Eardley’s lawyers to have the singer testify.

Her life remains closely managed by her father, who can restrict her contact with outsiders and controls her access to a cell phone. [/quote]
Britney not asked or rather not allowed to testify? Does this seem shady to anyone else? Yet all these people claim to be her fans. They all go to her shows, but they don’t question the fact that she might be in serious trouble and being held captive by her Dad?

She according to sources, does not have access to cellphones, the bodyguards watch her every move. She can be on tour, but not in control of her own money? Any nobody questions this?
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showbiz/bizarre/usa/article2341438.ece

[quote]
The singer has sent a barrage of text messages to Adnan begging him to help her get out of living under the control of her father.

But Ghalib, 36, is unable to reply because he has been ordered by a judge not to communicate with Britney for three years.

A source said: “She keeps sneaking messages to Adnan begging him to help her win back her freedom.

“She says she is lonely and misses being able to date the men she chooses. She feels trapped.

“She has been begging him to meet her and help her come up with a plan to get out of her dad’s conservatorship.

“Some messages have got back to her via her hairdressers and style team – but Adnan cannot contact her otherwise he will face jail.”
[/quote]
Add to this the fact that Adnan is in some bizarre trouble. As I was following up on his story, it sounds like he is being provoked. Now he is being threatened with deportation, for allegedly hitting or driving at one of those people who sound like they were helping to keep him away from Britney.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1161420/Britneys-ex-Adnan-Ghalib-faces-deportation-Afghanistan-guilty-assault-charges.html
[quote]Ghalib, 36, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon, hit-and-run and battery.

The charges relate to an incident on 11 February in Los Angeles when a court official tried to serve him with a restraining order to stay away from Britney.

The restraining order was issued by the singer’s father, Jamie Spears, who has taken control of her affairs.

Ghalib allegedly tried to run over the court official – the charge of use of a deadly weapon relates to his car.

The photographer moved to Birmingham from Afghanistan with his family when he was five years old, and he works in the US.[/quote]

I also find it interesting that her new album is called blackout.
If Britney is in trouble, then it sounds like they are trying to remove the people from her life who could help her. If her dad really is keeping her a virtual prisoner, and it’s possible, then we need to hear from Britney, but it does not sound like she is free to state her case.

Under the circumstances what can she do? I don’t think it’s up to her, I think it’s up to the so called fans who claim to love her, and who buy the tickets to her show, to ask questions. To wonder why lawyers are being kept away from her, lawyers who claim she is a virtual prisoner to her dads control. Why she can be on some tour, but not have full access to the money she is making from those tours. Why a 27 year old woman, has to have bodyguards choosen by her dad wherever she goes. I think her fans have to ask if Adnan or even Lufti could be telling the truth and if so what does that mean for Britney, who they claim to love so much.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaCteNxtzfM

http://www.actressarchives.com/news.php?id=15542

[quote]Yesterday we reported that a woman who is believed to be Britney left a voice message with her lawyer, asking what happens to her custody agreement if her father’s conservatorship is ended. Expect Britney Spears to start fighting back like never before in the coming months. And expect it to be a “circus” of its very own. [/quote]
[quote]Hi my name’s Britney Spears. I called you earlier. I’m calling again because I just wanted to make sure that during the process of eliminating the conservatorship that my father has threatened me several times, you know, he’ll take my children away.  I just want to be guaranteed that everything will be fine with the process of you guys taking care of everything that things will stay the same as far as my custodial time.
That’s it, bye.[/quote]
If that voicemail is Britney then as late as March she was asking for help. People seem to be just walking around in a maze. It is possible that she is in trouble, and if she is really asking for help, then her fans, so called fans could go a long way towards ensuring that there is enough light shone on the situation to help her get the assistance that she needs.

 

http://news.celebritywonder.com/2009/04/02/Prisoner_Britney_Spears.html

 

There is no denying that Britney made some bad choices on her own, but what’s ongoing now sounds very worrisome, and it would be good if her fans would look into it on her behalf.

 

 
http://www.celebuzz.com/video-britney-spears-feels-like-s65111/

[quote]”I think it’s too in control. If I wasn’t under the restraints I’m under, I’d feel so liberated. When I tell them the way I feel, it’s like they hear but they’re really not listening. If you do something wrong in your work, you can move on, but I’m having to pay for a long time. I never wanted to become one of those prisoner people. I always wanted to feel free.”

MTV’s For the Record airs Sunday, November 30, at 10 p.m.[/quote]

April 30, 2009 Posted by | Awareness, Baiting, Britney Spears, BritneySpears, Conspiracy, control, crazy | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Obama. A call to service.

These are Obama’s plans for American Citizens. I would like to get some general feedback from American’s and others about what they think of Obama’s plans for the future and their children’s futures.

 

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I will ask for your service and your active citizenship when I am President of the United States.

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This will not be a call issued in one speech or one program – this will be a central cause of my presidency. We will ask Americans to serve. We will create new opportunities for Americans to serve. And we will direct that service to our most pressing national challenges.

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That’s why I will call on a new generation of Americans to join our military, and complete the effort to increase our ground forces by 65,000 soldiers and 27,000 Marines.

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Today, AmeriCorps – our nation’s network of local, state and national service programs – has 75,000 slots. They tap America’s greatest resource – our citizens.

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As President, I will expand AmeriCorps to 250,000 slots,

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People of all ages, stations, and skills will be asked to serve. Because when it comes to the challenges we face, the American people are not the problem – they are the answer.

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We’ll call on Americans to join an Energy Corps to conduct renewable energy and environmental cleanup projects in their neighborhoods. We’ll enlist veterans to help other vets find jobs and support, and to be there for our military families. And we’ll also grow our Foreign Service, open consulates that have been shuttered, and double the size of the Peace Corps by 2011 to renew our diplomacy.

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And we’ll use technology to connect people to service. We’ll expand USA Freedom Corps to create an online network where Americans can browse opportunities to volunteer. You’ll be able to search by category, time commitment, and skill sets; you’ll be able to rate service opportunities, build service networks, and create your own service pages to track your hours and activities.

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So when I’m President, I will set a goal for all American middle and high school students to perform 50 hours of service a year, and for all college students to perform 100 hours of service a year. This means that by the time you graduate college, you’ll have done 17 weeks of service.

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At the middle and high school level, we’ll make federal assistance conditional on school districts developing service programs, and give schools resources to offer new service opportunities. At the community level, we’ll develop public-private partnerships so students can serve more outside the classroom.

For college students, I have proposed an annual American Opportunity Tax Credit of $4,000. To receive this credit, we’ll require 100 hours of public service. You invest in America, and America invests in you –

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To marshal their talents in building a new energy economy, I will launch an initiative to give our veterans the training they need to succeed in the Green Jobs of the future. It’s time to end our energy dependence at home so our national security isn’t held hostage to oil and gas from abroad.
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And we will not leave out the nearly 2 million young Americans who are out of school and out of work. We’ll enlist them in our Energy Corps,

September 25, 2008 Posted by | Gang Stalking, NWO, Politics, society | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments