Dear blog readers,
It has been a very challenging 2006 and it amazes me that I was able to make it to 2007. But it was my faith in GOD that brought me through. And with that, I’m thankful.
However, those challenges have not disappeared. I’m still not in a desire living situation to conduct the kind of business that will make me successful. So, until that becomes apparent, I must continue to strive for what would bring me to the same level I was in 2005.
With that said, other than my undesirable living arraignments, I’m dealing with a system that does not want me to recover from my injuries. For instance, if you have not notice, the library system that you use is inflitrated with surveillance devices. These surveillance devices track people’s movements throughout the facilities. But also what people don’t know about these systems is that they track what websites you visit and it even goes as far as correspond with governmental (and private) entities that might have put you on their list as an enemy combative.
Please don’t write this off as paronoid thinking, but do you remember the “no fly list” that several people (known activists) were being placed on? Well this list has been distributored throughout the United States (some segments of the world) and sends out an alert when someone is picked up by these systems.
There have been various specialized security forces hired to monitor these systems. There mission is to intiminate individuals who have been placed on this list and to make it hard for them to conduct business in these institutions.
Face Recognition Technology is only one method that is used to indentified known “suspects. There are other modes used, which I will get into in future blogs.
But first, answer these questions…
Why are there security guards in libraries.
Why are there camera’s in libraries?
Why do library require so much information about you before you are given the privilege to use there system?