Wonder what it means. Hector has a lot of posts on other forums.<quoted text>
So Suktor. When you say this forum is closed,does it actually mean you and your sock puppets are going to stop posting?
I mean I could see where that might make it appear closed,since the post count would drop so dramatically without you and your sock drawer full of phonies posting.
#9262 Dec 2, 2013
Since: Sep 12
#9263 Dec 3, 2013
JUSTICE FOR THE VICTIMS OF (Original) COINTELPRO
Representative John Conyers, Jr. and the Congressional Black Caucus
Partnership for Social Justice
Justice for Victims of the COINTELPRO
We the undersigned urge Representative John Conyers Jr., leader of the House Committee on the Judiciary to conduct a congressional investigation of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) illegal Counterintelligence Program (COINTELPRO). Since Representative John Conyers Jr. is a member of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), we also urge the CBC to support the aforementioned congressional investigation. The aim of the congressional investigation would be to uncover how the illegal actions of the COINTELPRO were responsible for the imprisonment of numerous men and women in the United States of America (USA).
The COINTELPRO was an active FBI operation from 1956-1971, whose sole purpose was to destroy individuals and groups perceived as threats to the status quo in the USA. Such groups included the Black Panther Party, the American Indian Movement, Students for a Democratic Society and the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee all of which fought against the social injustices of their time. Victims of the COINTELPRO, people such as Marshall Eddie Conway in Maryland and Leonard Peltier in Kansas, are still in prison; many others like them are serving life sentences for crimes they did not commit.
Therefore, we the undersigned demand:
An open and full investigation of the COINTELPRO and its impact on civil and human rights -
Granting the victims of the COINTELPRO their freedom or at least finally granting them a fair trial.
#9264 Dec 4, 2013
(civil servant) Organized..........Scheming... .......Corruption.
1. Organized:... Having a formal organization (conformity / "administrative structure") to coordinate and carry out activities <~crime>.
2. Scheming:... A plan or program of action : a "crafty" or "secret" one; given to forming "shrewdly devious schemes, plans".
3. Corrupt / Corruption:... To "change from good to bad" in morals, manners and actions :also "bribe"; To "degrade" with unsound principles or moral values; To "alter" from the original or correct form or version; To "become tainted" or rotten; To become "morally debased"; To "cause disintegration or ruin"; morally degenerate and perverted : depraved; characterized by "bribery," the selling of "political favors" or other "improper conduct" <~judges>; "Impairment of integrity, virtue, or moral principle" : Depravity; Decay. Decomposition : "inducement to wrong" by "bribery" or other "unlawful" or "improper" means; A "departure" from what is pure or correct; an "agency or influence" that "corrupts";... Corruptionist: One who practices or defends corruption esp. in "politics".
4. Civil Servant:... a member of a civil service; a member of the administrative staff of an international agency.
(If you're a victim of overt (OS) assaults, disinformation, defamation and discrediting campaings; then You, your Family and Friends are (prior) victims to years of ongoing illegal and unwarranted "Organized Scheming Corruption," Fraud, Falsifications, Felony Crimes and Violations by one source capable: "Civil Servant" abuse, misconduct and misfeasanse; and resulting [victimizing database corrdinated] Obstruction of Justice and Investigative Tampering now attempting to Cover Up this corruption [covertly, criminally and cowardly taking place behind "everyone's" backs])!!
Since: Sep 12
#9265 Dec 4, 2013
The COINTELPRO Papers
___Documents From The FBI's Secret Wars Against Dissent
The COINTELPRO Papers - Krusch.com
___by Ward Churchill - ‎1990
December 03, 2012
PBS - NOW
Going Undercover/Criminalizing Dissent?
THE FACE OF COINTELPRO
"Regardless of the unattractiveness or noisy militancy of some private citizens or organizations, the Constitution does not permit federal interference with their activities except through the criminal justice system, armed with its ancient safeguards. There are no exceptions. No federal agency, the CIA, the IRS, or the FBI, can be at the same time policeman, prosecutor, judge and jury. That is what constitutionally guaranteed due process is all about. It may sometimes be disorderly and unsatisfactory to
some, but it is the essence of freedom...I suggest that the philosophy supporting COINTELPRO is the subversive notion that any public official, the President or a policeman, possesses a kind of inherent power to set aside the Constitution whenever he thinks the public interest, or 'national security' warrants it. That notion is postulate of tyranny."
— Congressman Don Edwards —
COINTELPRO: THE FBI AS AMERICAN POLITICAL POLICE
"The inescapable message of much of the material we have covered is that the FBI jeopardizes the whole system of freedom of expression which is the
cornerstone of an open society...At worst it raises the specter of a police state...in essence the FBI conceives of itself as an instrument to prevent radical social change in America...the Bureau's view of its function leads it beyond data collection and into political warfare."
— Thomas I. Emerson —
Yale Law Professor
A NATION OF SPIES
"I say it has gone too far. We are dividing into the hunted and the hunters. There is loose in the United States today the same evil that once split Salem Village between the bewitched and the accused and stole men's reason quite away. We are informers to the secret police. Honest men are spying on their neighbors for patriotism's sake.
We may be sure that for every honest man two dishonest ones are spying for personal advancement today and ten will be spying for pay next year."
- Bernard De Voto -
THE G-MAN SONG
Gee, but I'd like to be a G-Man
And go Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!
Just like Dick Tracy, what a "he-man"
And go Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang!
I'd do as I please, act high-handed and regal
'Cause when you're a G-Man there's nothing illegal.
- Harold Rome -
from "The G-Man Song"
#9266 Dec 4, 2013
as with Obstruction of Justice and Investigative Tampering is a felony crime recognized by the U.S. Justice Department, as is "conspiracy of silence."
"Organized Scheming" (civil servant corruption)," hosts a combination of crimes:
Organized felony violations to (civilian) civil/legal rights and liberties.
Organized felony violations to privacy (phone, cable, email, mail, refuse)
Organized violations of Patriot/Safe Acts provisions, secret laws.
Organized collusion, collaboration,(civilian database tracking/victimization).
Organized obstruction of justice, investigative tampering, corruption.
Organized domestic terrorizing, criminalizing, villification.
Organized medical, legal, employment, financial violations/crimes.
Organized agency, entity, enforcement cover ups, conspiracy of silence.
Organized dissemination and assimilation of incriminating evidence.
Organized victim/witness intimidation, harassment, provocation.
Organized misconduct, excesses, abuse (service/office/resources).
Organized entrapment, baiting, framing, misfeasance.
Organized premeditation, fraud, falsifications, fabrication.
Organized illegal and unwarranted actions, tracking/surveillance.
Organized deception, manipulation, lying, downplaying.
Organized inciting/recruiting/propagatin g hate/racial crimes.
Organized trespassing, break-ins, vandalism.
Organized disinformation, discrediting, defamation.
Organized patterned practices of depraved indifference.
Organized staging, manufacturing, projecting crimes.
Organized threats, hostilities, assaults.
Organized stalking/cyberstalking/bullyin g (by civil servants/accomplices).
An "Organized Scheming" structure/culture is in play long before a victim recognizes stalking !
Focusing on stalking,(as some only do) by intentionally dismissing or downplaying the elephant in the room, "a culture of organized scheming felony crimes and violations," makes no sense and appears deceptive !! Stalking only exists because of these other combinations of established crimes; NOT by some act of stalking itself !!
#9267 Dec 4, 2013
Have reasons to worry that think tanks in Waterloo Canada are running the gang stalking games. Seems the ex CEO from blackberry is into workplace mobbing. Ontario seems to be home to a lot of Internet it's who may be perps.
Article about how they are bullying the local universities. http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2012/04/27...
#9268 Dec 4, 2013
Difficult to prove any of these especially since the first part of the stalking is to psychologically scramble the targets brains and then to publicly humiliate them.
Since: Sep 12
#9269 Dec 4, 2013
#9270 Dec 4, 2013
LG Admits Smart TVs Spied On Users
online news by InformationWeek - connecting the business technology community
11/22/2013 by Mathew J. Schwartz
LG admits it collected information on consumers' viewing habits, promises firmware update to honor opt-out requests.
South Korean multinational LG Electronics Thursday confirmed that its smart televisions can track what consumers are watching, and that they continue to do so even after consumers select a preference that purports to deactivate that tracking.
Viewing data -- including viewing duration, real-time tracking of the selected channel, and the names of all files stored on connected USB drives and network shares -- "is collected as part of the Smart TV platform to deliver more relevant advertisements and to offer recommendations to viewers based on what other LG Smart TV owners are watching," according to a statement LG emailed to security researcher Graham Cluley.
(read more at the following link or search: "LG TV spying on users"
Since: Sep 12
#9271 Dec 5, 2013
Psychological Conditions Of Manipulators
Motivations of Manipulators:
Manipulators can have various possible motivations, including but not limited to:
*the need to advance their own purposes and personal gain at virtually any cost to others
*a strong need to attain feelings of power and superiority in relationships with others
*a want and need to feel in control (aka. control freak)
*a desire to gain a feeling of power over others in order to raise their perception of self-esteem
*boredom, or growing tired of his/her surroundings, seeing it as a game more than hurting others
Manipulators may have any of the following psychological conditions:
*narcissistic personality disorder
*paranoid personality disorder
*borderline personality disorder
*dependent personality disorder
*histrionic personality disorder
*type A angry personalities
*antisocial personality disorder
#9273 Dec 5, 2013
Fisa court documents reveal extent of NSA disregard for privacy restrictions
Incensed Fisa court judges questioned NSA's truthfulness after repeated breaches of rules meant to protect Americans' privacy
by Spencer Ackerman in New York, theguardian.com Tuesday 19 November 2013
Newly declassified court documents indicate that the National Security Agency shared its trove of American bulk email and internet data with other government agencies in violation of specific court-ordered procedures to protect Americans’ privacy.
The dissemination of the sensitive data transgressed both the NSA’s affirmations to the secret surveillance court about the extent of the access it provided, and prompted incensed Fisa court judges to question both the NSA’s truthfulness and the value of the now-cancelled program to counter-terrorism.
While the NSA over the past several months has portrayed its previous violations of Fisa court orders as “technical” violations or inadvertent errors, the oversharing of internet data is described in the documents as apparent widespread and unexplained procedural violations.
“NSA’s record of compliance with these rules has been poor,” wrote judge John Bates in an opinion released on Monday night in which the date is redacted.
“Most notably, NSA generally disregarded the special rules for disseminating United States person information outside of NSA until it was ordered to report such disseminations and to certify to the [Fisa court] that the required approval had been obtained.”
In addition to improperly permitting access to the email and internet data – intended to include information such as the “to”“from” and “BCC” lines of an email – Bates found that the NSA engaged in “systemic overcollection”, suggesting that content of Americans’ communications was collected as well.
(read more at the link below or Search "NSA privacy violations")
#9274 Dec 5, 2013
posted nearly 2yrs ago;
#9277 Dec 6, 2013
theguardian editor, Alan Rusbridger, defends decision to publish leaked files from the NSA.
Telling the Metropolitan Police and the Commons home affairs select committee (members of Labour, Conservatives, Liberal Democrats) on Dec 3, 2013, that the British newspaper has revealed only 1 percent of total (approx. 58,000) files/material, provided by former security contractor Edward Snowden (leaking no names).
In defending his reputation: " love of country," Mr. Rusbridger responded:
"We live in a democracy and most of the people working on this story are British people who have families in this country, who love this country. I'm slightly surprised to be asked the question but yes, we are patriots and one of the things we are patriotic about is the nature of democracy, the nature of a free press and the fact that one can in this country discuss and report these things."
"I think there are countries, and they're not generally democracies, where the press are not free to write about these things and where the security services do tell editors what to write, and where politicians do censor newspapers. That's not the country that we live in, in Britain, that's not the country that America is and one of the things I love about this country is that we have that freedom to write, and report, and to think and we have some privacy, and those are the concerns which need to be balanced against national security, which no one is underestimating. And I can speak for the entire Guardian staff who live in this country that they want to be secure too."
#9278 Dec 6, 2013
Americans...Victims...! Recent news publications of "NSA privacy violations", identifies the extent and dynamics of civil servant corruption in play, behind which an "organized schemimg," systemic and bureaucratic (institutional, organizational, entity, agency, enforcement) culture of abuses, misconduct, excesses, violations, crimes and (stalking/tracking) assaults, have been operating above and outside the law in this country for decades !!
(post from nearly 2yrs ago).
#9279 Dec 6, 2013
Some state terrorism might happen because of lazy leadership.
Since: Sep 12
#9280 Dec 6, 2013
That's the excuse your giving them? F*cking LAZINESS?
They are not paid to be neither lazy - nor terrorists.
#9281 Dec 6, 2013
You're AB-SO-LUTELY correct,.. in the realm of politics, "lazy" at best, should accompany the words, "and incompetent" ! Case in point, theguardian reports:
"Surveillance technology out of control, says Lord Ashdown"
Former Lib Dem leader says it is time for high-level inquiry to address fundamental questions about privacy in 21st century
by Nick Hopkins and Matthew Taylor, The Guardian, Monday 18 November 2013
The technology used by Britain's spy agencies to conduct mass surveillance is "out of control", raising fears about the erosion of civil liberties at a time of diminished trust in the intelligence services, according to the former Liberal Democrat leader Lord Ashdown.
Ashdown is the latest senior politician to demand a review of the powers of Britain's intelligence agencies – GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 – and the laws and oversight which underpin their activities.
Ashdown made clear revelations in the Guardian about GCHQ and its American counterpart, the National Security Agency, had raised important issues that "could not be ignored or swept aside in a barrage of insults".
He also criticised the Labour party, which was in power when the agencies began testing and building many of their most powerful surveillance capabilities. Labour's former home secretary Jack Straw was responsible for introducing the Regulation of Investigatory Power Act 2000 (Ripa), which made the programmes legal.
"Ripa was a disgraceful piece of legislation," Ashdown said. "Nobody put any thought into it. Labour just took the words they were given by the intelligence agencies.
"We charge them with the very serious business of keeping us secure and of course they want to have powers. But it's the duty of government to ensure those powers don't destroy our liberties and Labour utterly failed to do this."
One consequence of Labour's negligence was the development of surveillance techniques that could damage civil liberties and erode privacy, said Ashdown.
He said that he was "frightened by the erosion of our liberties" and while accepting that there was a need to keep the nation safe it was the "habit of politicians who are lazy about the preservation of our liberties or don't mind seeing them destroyed, to play an old game.
"They tell frightened citizens:'If you give me some of your liberties, I will make you safer'".
The Lib Dem also dismissed the parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee, chaired by Sir Malcolm Rifkind, which is supposed to scrutinise the agencies.
He said that it was an institution "wholly incapable of coping" with the new circumstances.
Although he was careful to be respectful of its Conservative chair, Ashdown argued that "we are no longer in the age when a grandee's emollient words are enough to assure us that our liberties are safe" and concluded that the committee was "past its time".
Ashdown defended the Guardian's reporting of the issues over the last five months, and the paper's right to publish material that it deemed in the public interest.
He said: "I am not going to back every single thing the Guardian has done. But overall, in my view, the Guardian has done a very important in job exposing a really important issue that must now be properly considered."
#9284 Dec 7, 2013
Yes, I think some leaders delegate too much because they are lazy and want to win popularity contests. In my case I can see how the police are allowed to do illegal things because the current leader in charge has decided that they know what's best for their communities. So, they abuse privileges with no accountability. This leader truly means well but doesn't know anything about authority, as whT was learned in stanford prison experiment.
Hope that makes sense, probably not.
Since: Dec 09
#9285 Dec 7, 2013
Respectfully, this forum is now closed!
#9286 Dec 8, 2013
Chris Tolles, CEO Topix Inc,
Again, what gives?
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