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Over 700,000 people on US watch list: Once you get on, there’s no way off

02.12.2013 19:02

The names of nearly three-quarters of a million individuals have been secretly added to watch lists administered by the United States government, but federal officials are adamant about keeping information about these rosters under wraps.

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Hekahusia 04.12.2013 15:18

There probably exist many lists depending on the federal agency creating and using them. Homeland Security has lists, NSA, DOD, Transportation, and so on. The US government has so many classified programs, research , investigation and so on that it is impossible to assess the extent of the big brother operations. It has been stated that a person is only as sick as their secrets, well then, the US country is the sickest country in the world.

 

Nobodys Fool 04.12.2013 03:38

What if we all just collectively overwhelm the system by all acting like domestic terrorists... Y'know things like googling pressure-cookers & backpacks in the same day; questioning "official" versions of events; trying to board a plane with a pair of nail-clippers, etc., until there are too many watches for the watchers to handle...

 

Mark of the wild west 04.12.2013 02:42

It's all bull, since millions are pouring accross the border unchecked...

 

David Brown 04.12.2013 00:09

BTW, one more thing. Some of you have probably read articles about gangstalking.
All gangstalking is, is hostile surveillance being directed at somebody on a watch-list. Google Organized stalking, gangstalking, Targeted Individuals, etc to get an idea of the enormity of the problem. There are many individuals who are being targeted.

H ere are two websites who accurately explain the plight of watch-listed people:
targeted-indivi duals dot com
fightgangsta lking dot com

This is a growing problem. Best of luck....

 

David Brown 03.12.2013 23:55

I'm on the list. I found out because a ticket women at the airport told me the reason for my continued "extra screenings" was a database that was flagging my name.

I trace it back to when I publicly questioned 9/11 and signed petitions, etc.

Most on the watch-list don't know they are under surveillance. This is not a passive apparatus - very active and you can see it if you are a target.

The se are the guys (w/ helpers) who do the surveillance: FBI Joint Terrorism Task Forces.

Some of us are lucky enough to get some COINTELPRO tactics thrown it...

 

Ron Yates 03.12.2013 19:21

The United States has no foreign policy. It's domestic policy is to treat American citizens as the enemy. Almost all domestic terrorism has been committed by people allowed to legally enter the U.S. by the Federal Government, but American citizens are being spied on. What the devil is going on?

 

Tessa 03.12.2013 16:31

The US will be waging the false war on terror until the sheeple wake up. Considering how long they have waged the false war on drugs I am not holding my breath.

 

Zakaria Mehzabeen Zakaria 03.12.2013 15:18

Unite States of A Mercia is a cursed land.
Cursed by Its Original Natives the Red Indians.
An Illegitimate Invaded Colonial Country should never be Supported, Visited, Served, & the most considered a State, but Rather an Invaded Society Formed by the then British Mercia People.
They Should be Exposed of their evil not by War (which they have been doing all over the world) but rather By Educating The very people of World and of-course Americans.
Proud Muslim Sister.

 

Samuel von Staunton 03.12.2013 15:06

[quote name='Pete Wagner' time='03.12.2013 14:20']If somebody really wanted to attack the US gov't, they would not commit terrorism, as that would be attacking the gov't's strength. Instead, assuming they can think strategically, they would attack via sabotage the gov't's vulnerability, which is infrastructure, which is virtually unprotectable.[/quot e]

The US Code defines that as terrorism, as well.

Infra structure is an important target in any armed campaign. "Terrorism" ; is an armed campaign waged by those too poor to afford a formal army.

Air strikes vs. suicide bombing is just a question of delivery system.

 

Danny Warson 03.12.2013 14:43

hee...hee..1933 and counting!!!

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