Daily Archives: January 29, 2007

Now Brits risk being filmed naked by X-ray cameras under new terror scheme

Daily India | Jan 29, 2007  

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Watch the movie “They Live” and you will get a better sense of who is running the government. The globalists are extremely arrogant, artistocratic, elitist and dictatorial by nature and they are ruthless killers by and large. They will just sit there and dictate to you how the future will go and how you are expected to just go along with their secret plan as they unveil it. They want to inculcate, condition and brainwash you with their propaganda blitz that keeps drilling it into your head that the high-tech prison-planet matrix system is all — inevitable — inevitable — inevitable. This is the language of the Borg who says, “Assimilation is inevitable — Resistance is Futile”. They use the power of persuasion to first sell it to you consciously, but at the same time they are using a whole barrage of subliminal techniques, mind control and hypnosis through every conceivable media. Then they are prepared to back it all up with forceful coercion as needed. We are dealing with an extremely powerful and evil enemy here, but their power only exists in their wealth and in their secrecy aided by the media which they control. We have the numbers and our combined power is far superior to theirs. The more we focus our minds on their demise, the sooner they will fall.

Do not submit to tyranny! Defeat the New World Order!

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Officials have agreed one solution would be to allow only women to monitor female subjects, although they admit that this would be “very problematic” in crowds.

The British Home Office has reportedly proposed to Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Office that X-ray cameras (which will snap see-through pictures of passers-by) should be installed on lampposts along the streets, to trap terror suspects carrying arms under clothes.

The proposal is said to be contained in some leaked documents drawn up by the Home Office and presented to Blair’s working group on Security, Crime and Justice.

But, the prospect of the State snooping on individuals’ most private parts is certain to spark national fury. And, officials are battling to find a way of dealing with that reaction.

A January 17 memo discusses the cameras, which can see through clothes, a report in The Sun said.

Cameras could be deployed in street furniture. Detection of weapons and explosives will become easier. Some technologies used in airports have already been used as part of police operations looking for drugs and weapons in nightclubs.

Street Cameras That See Right Through You Boobs And All

Smarthouse.com | Jan 29, 2007  

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Air passengers are now chosen at random for full X-ray examinations — and must agree to it.

Technology could also be used to halt theft, with fingerprint scanners fitted to many items.

Elsewhere, tagged offenders could be sent electronic pulses to remind them not to re-offend.

Cops would also get the power to build a database of everyone in the land. Three-dimensional CCTV pictures would be coupled with records of people’s mobile phones and even their travel cards to get details of their movements and habits.

Facial recognition systems to help track individuals’ movements are also being considered.

The Sun newspaper in London claims that the British Government are bracing themselves for a storm of public outrage over their controversial X-ray cameras scheme which would allow police and security offials to see right through the public.
 
The Sun goes on to claim that as part of the most shocking extension of Big Brother powers ever planned, lenses in lampposts would snap “naked” pictures of passers-by to trap terror suspects.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2007040610,00.html

The proposal is contained in leaked documents drawn up by the Home Office and presented to PM Tony Blair’s working group on Security, Crime and Justice. The Australian government are also aware of the technolgy.

But the prospect of the State snooping on individuals’ most private parts is certain to spark national fury.

And officials are battling to find a way of dealing with that reaction.

Israel faces mild rebuke over violation of US arms rules

Daily Star | Jan 29, 2007 

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Cluster bomb victim, Lebanon, 2006. Because the fragments travel at high velocity, when they strike people they set up pressure waves within the body that do horrific damage to soft tissue and organs.

“The majority of cluster bombs found so far have been American-made”

The US State Department will present findings to Congress today on whether Israel violated an arms agreement with the United States when it showered South Lebanon with over 4 million cluster bombs during the summer war in 2006. State Department spokes-man Kurtis Cooper declined over the weekend to disclose the findings, emphasizing that they are only preliminary.

Cooper said the investigation “was launched when this allegation first came to light,” and that there is, at present “no schedule as to a final judgment.”

The New York Times reported on Saturday that the findings will confirm that Israel breached the Arms Control Act, which requires governments that receive weapons from the United Stated to use them only for legitimate self-defense.

The preliminary findings, based on an investigation launched in August, have sparked a contentious debate in Washington over whether the United States should penalize Israel for its use of cluster munitions in civilian areas during the summer war, the Times added.

Any sanctions against Israel would be an unexpected move by the Bush administration, a strong supporter of Israel, and several officials said they expected little further action, if any, on the matter.

Canada to Pay $9.75 Million to Man Tortured in Syria

NY Times | Jan 27, 2007 

Maher Arar, the Canadian software engineer who was detained by American officials in 2002 and deported to Syria, where he was jailed and regularly tortured, will receive 11.5 million Canadian dollars ($9.75 million) in compensation from the Canadian government, under a settlement announced Friday.

The compensation ends a lawsuit brought by Mr. Arar and follows a recommendation from a judicial inquiry into his case. That inquiry said the expulsion to Syria was caused by false assertions made by the Canadian police to United States officials, saying that Mr. Arar was an Islamic extremist linked to Al Qaeda.

Mr. Arar, traveling on a Canadian passport, was pulled aside by immigration agents in New York as he changed planes on his way home to Ottawa from Tunisia. He was instead flown to Syria, his birthplace.

The Canadian judicial inquiry cleared Mr. Arar of any terrorism connections in September 2006, and concluded that anonymous Canadian officials had orchestrated a defamation campaign against him after his return from Syria in October 2003.

As he announced the settlement on Friday, Prime Minister Stephen Harper offered a formal apology to Mr. Arar and his family for their “terrible ordeal.”

Mr. Arar, whose career was destroyed by the episode and who has suffered emotional problems since returning to Canada, said the government’s apology was more important for him than the financial settlement.

“The government of Canada and the prime minister have acknowledged my innocence,” Mr. Arar told a news conference. “This means the world to me.”