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Friday, December 20, 2019

The secret federal Stasi

It appears The Storm is coming sooner rather than later, as AC's longtime insistence that the FBI and other federal agencies were corrupted and US citizens have been subject to a massive private surveillance state is being confirmed through recent declassifications:
On March 9, 2016, Department of Justice (DOJ) oversight personnel learned that the FBI had been employing outside contractors who had access to raw Section 702 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) data, and retained that access after their work for the FBI was completed.

This information was disclosed in a 99-page FISA court ruling on April 26, 2017, that was declassified by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

That wasn’t an isolated incident and the improper access granted to outside contractors “seems to have been the result of deliberate decisionmaking” (footnote – page 87).

The FISA court noted the “FBI’s apparent disregard of minimization rules” and questioned “whether the FBI may be engaging in similar disclosures of raw Section 702 information that have not been reported.”

On the same day of the discovery of the FBI’s use of private contractors, FBI lawyer Lisa Page sent a text to FBI agent Peter Strzok: “Need to try to fix a HUGE who f-up.”
AC himself explains what appears to have happened:

What has Q said? “We have it all.” “FISA Declass will bring down the house.” “This thing is bigger than you could possibly believe.”

What have I said? Cabal has amassed detailed surveillance files on every American, including conversations, intimate moments, and embarrassing details gathered from within the most private parts of their private homes, where they thought they had sanctuary to relax. This is what Q is saying. They have got it all. There is only one “it all” in this game. It is the whole ball of wax, the whole enchilada, the big database with all the files on everyone in America. Everything else is nothing by comparison.

I thought it was gathered off the record, by private companies that hired contractors which would shield it behind the Fourth Amendment. But then, I thought the spying on Trump would have been done by a private sector company with plausibly deniable ties to the Cabal.

I was wrong. These dumbasses used official government resources and signed official orders sanctioning the use. I hear R. Lee Ermey catching the recruit who wisecracked, with his eyes bugging out saying, “Oh, now you are FUCKED! I’ve got you! I know who you are! I know your fucking name!” They put their fucking names on it.  

This is bigger than Watergate + 9/11 + the Bay of Pigs + almost every other conspiracy theory you can name combined. It is also why you're seeing definite signs of panic and desperation everywhere from the House of Representatives to the mainstream media to the boardrooms of the Fortune 500. This reaches from the heart of the Swamp in Washington DC to Silicon Valley and Seattle, Washington. In East Germany, it came out after the Wall fell that one-fifth of the population was involved in the surveillance of the other four-fifths of the population; now keep in mind that due to the mathematical reach of the FISA warrants, the 825 million surveillance orders issued actually exceeds the 320 million population of the USA.

Now we know how and why Google and Amazon and Facebook got so big, so fast. They were the corporate arm of the surveillance state. No wonder their top executives are retiring and running and applying for citizenship in non-extradition treaty countries like New Zealand.

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Blogger Mr.MantraMan December 20, 2019 7:19 AM  

The latest savior of the Left the Plug just had a fundraiser in Napa Valley that even some on the Left are mocking and one of the attendees was the Zuck, so yeah the Plug is the Deep State's choice of criminal conspirator.

Blogger bodenlose Schweinerei December 20, 2019 7:29 AM  

No reason to worry if you have nothing to hide, amirite? It's not like anyone out there is nailing on the convictions without ever bothering to even mention any charges.

Blogger Griffin the Grey December 20, 2019 7:35 AM  

New Zealand:

A Government deadline to hand over banned firearms ends on Friday, amid claims that tens of thousands of guns are being hidden from authorities...

...But the law's critics have decried the policy as a failure...

...the failure to collect so many had created "the biggest influx of criminals from law abiding people"
.

Armed and criminalised.

Blogger Mauldication Bear December 20, 2019 7:35 AM  

Can't wait. I like storms.

Blogger SemiSpook37 December 20, 2019 7:37 AM  

God Bless ADM Rogers.

Blogger Wazdakka December 20, 2019 7:40 AM  

The speed at which the FISA courts were subverted and misused is unbelievable.
I think that one of goals of al qeada may have been met in uncovering the immorality of America.

Blogger wreckage December 20, 2019 7:41 AM  

I was going to go into some basics on Parliamentary Sovereignty, but I think it's funnier if they think they're safe.

Blogger maniacprovost December 20, 2019 7:41 AM  

Microsoft had more access than any of them. Then of course we know AT&T has monitoring stations built into their infrastructure as do the ISPs.

The reduction of physical transaction costs like physical store / travel requirements naturally makes information businesses more prone to monopolies. I would argue that digital services are guaranteed to monopolize in the long term, which is not that long. Why would anyone use the second best website/search engine/chat room/etc.? By the same token, the monopolies will become narrower and narrower in scope. They will each monopolize a specific service and/or type of consumer. 100% of basic thots will use Instagram, but 100% of liberal nerds will use Twitter.

With that in mind, the compelling value proposition of most of these monopolies sadly makes sense. Google was by far the best search engine when it came out. Facebook was the best way for adults to indulge narcissistic privacy suicide. Amazon lets you buy cheap junk easily. I don't particularly want to debate about their product design but unfortunately, very few competitors have approached the level of these dumpster fires.

Blogger James Dixon December 20, 2019 7:47 AM  

It's become entirely obvious that when Trump is re-elected he needs to completely shut down the FBI, CIA, NSA, and FISA Court system and rebuild things from the ground up.

Hopefully all of this information is building the case for doing so amongst the public and Congress.

Blogger Beau December 20, 2019 7:56 AM  

I hope they've been surveilling me. Maybe by reading some of my posts some of them got saved.

Blogger Stilicho December 20, 2019 7:58 AM  

They simply couldn't resist. They had the technology, they had a FISA court which would approve any request, giving it a false air of legality, and they had an overwhelming desire for power. It's likely why that huge data storage facility was built in Utah a few years ago and likely others.

Blogger peacefulposter December 20, 2019 8:02 AM  

I probably should have been using an anonymous VPN to read this blog.

Blogger RC December 20, 2019 8:07 AM  

If America survives, Admiral Rogers will possess an honored place in history.

Blogger Long Live The West December 20, 2019 8:09 AM  

Not gonna happen. After all, people like Epstein will never see the inside of a cell.

Blogger Servant December 20, 2019 8:12 AM  

Having personally witnessed my family hand wave outrage after outrage I'll temper my expectations for the american people.

Didn't we already know this? I'm having trouble determining what I know and what I can prove with a little effort. I thought there was already a reveal that they were spying?

Anonymous Anonymous December 20, 2019 8:24 AM  

Think about this the next time you get a Google Nexus for Christmas. Maybe make an effort not to be digitally domesticated.

Blogger VD December 20, 2019 8:25 AM  

I thought there was already a reveal that they were spying?

Knowing they were spying and having all of the records they were keeping and releasing them to the people being spied upon are two very different things.

Blogger ZhukovG December 20, 2019 8:25 AM  

@Beau: God bless you, brother.

Pax Christi in regno Christi!

Blogger Doktor Jeep December 20, 2019 8:28 AM  

I wonder how many got bored to death spying on me. And how many more got redpilled.
That JTTF investigation I was tipped off to in 2011 didn't go far. All because I was publically training people how to shoot. I mean, really how to shoot, not this milquetoast plinking at cans crap we are told is shooting.

Blogger JamesB.BKK December 20, 2019 8:31 AM  

Rebuild? Will they not do a better effort to conceal and cheat 2.0 with lessons learned? Those agencies have been colossal failures at their real duties. Let them go.

Blogger peacefulposter December 20, 2019 8:38 AM  

One of the best things about buying from Castalia directly is that Amazon can't track all the badthink books we purchase.

Blogger Johnny December 20, 2019 8:38 AM  

>>The speed at which the FISA courts were subverted and misused is unbelievable.

Lawyers get to see the hypocrisy because they are one of the implementers, selfish goals wrapped in a verbal denial of the selfishness. So, likely the judges understood on day one that the whole point of a secret court would be to give legal cover to less than legal actions. They anticipated approving of most of what whatever came in.

Blogger Johnny December 20, 2019 8:43 AM  

Not so much the storm is about to brake as the preconditions for it are in place. Trump's current ace in the hole, the healthy economy, is apt to put things off. People don't get rebellious unless they are hurting, and currently most people aren't hurting. And if we are like East Germany, the government has more information than it can or is using.

Blogger Damelon Brinn December 20, 2019 8:50 AM  

We're starting to see hints of what FBIanon and others talked about over 2-3 years ago.

Imagine a group of pencil-pushing midwits who should have been working for their uncle's print shop but ended up in the FBI and other critical positions thanks to nepotism, and never had to worry about getting caught because they were in charge of overseeing each other. They acted just as you'd expect such people to act.

Blogger Sam Gem December 20, 2019 8:55 AM  

https://www.resignation.info/ lists 11,059 resignations, retirements, firings and deaths, since Q asked anons to track them on Dec. 22, 2017 in drop 413: https://qmap.pub/read/413

Blogger JG December 20, 2019 9:04 AM  

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Blogger Silent Draco December 20, 2019 9:06 AM  

Amen, Beau. The Gospel story of the centurion comes to mind. We can rejoice with every stray sheep who returns.

Blogger Andrew December 20, 2019 9:08 AM  

Now we know how and why Google and Amazon and Facebook got so big, so fast. They were the corporate arm of the surveillance state.

That really is a stunning realization and implies even bigger revelations still to come. Incredible.

Blogger Brett baker December 20, 2019 9:20 AM  

Look for a surprising number of accidental deaths and suicides in non-extradition treaty countries.

Blogger Oswald December 20, 2019 9:27 AM  

Do we want this information released or do we want it destroyed? How can we ever believe that it has been destroyed and that some copy of it does not exist somewhere? Ready to be trotted out to destroy someone. Or do we want everyone's information out there? When I think of all the stupid things I have said over the years, many in jest, and those being out there forever. I might need to look at getting another identity. But would a new identity even be possible? Because a new identity would be giving itself way by not having a recorded history attached to it. And if the recorded information included actual voice recordings, then our voices could be identified and yet again exposing the real person behind a new identity. This could literally destroy a civil society. Think of all that could be exposed:

Crimes like drug use and tax evasion;
martial affairs including flirting;
the most inmate moments in our bedrooms;
crass or private jokes;
criticism to friends about our spouses;
criticism of employers;
excessive cursing;
medical information like about illness or deformities;
financial information like bank accounts and gold hid under the bed;
gun ownership and location of guns;
Where you live and where you go;
When you are at home and when you are not;
Information about your children;
Your strengths and your weaknesses;
Your hopes, your fears.

The list could go on and on. Scary stuff. Those responsible must pay.


Blogger Balkan Yankee December 20, 2019 9:30 AM  

@13: Amen. Admiral Rogers is perhaps the only reason we know about the FBI contractor abuse of FISA queries in the first place.

Blogger Jake December 20, 2019 9:43 AM  

The masses won't believe or understand the depth of the depravity until/unless they see and hear their own private moments recorded digitally, forever.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 December 20, 2019 9:45 AM  

Now we know how and why Google and Amazon and Facebook got so big, so fast. They were the corporate arm of the surveillance state. No wonder their top executives are retiring and running and applying for citizenship in non-extradition treaty countries like New Zealand.

I don't think New Zealand will have them at this point.

Blogger Wario's Mart December 20, 2019 10:01 AM  

Holy crap

Blogger Doktor Jeep December 20, 2019 10:01 AM  

@26
It could not happen soon enough

Blogger MortemTyrannus December 20, 2019 10:03 AM  

Now we know how and why Google and Amazon and Facebook got so big, so fast.

Lifelog = Facebook

To Vox's point, Q is more reliable than any mainstream news source.

Blogger Gulo Gulo December 20, 2019 10:07 AM  

Ha..Recording intimate bedroom moments.
Yes FBI fags, this is how you properly take your wife. Take notes and learn.. pity sex will eventually be a distant memory.

Blogger Unknownsailor December 20, 2019 10:10 AM  

CTH has been talking about FBI the contractor abuse of 702 queries for more than a year. Sundance suspects that that abuse went on for years, possibly as far back as 2012.

Thanks to Snowden, we already know that the NSA records every electronic transaction in the country. That much information available 24/7 is irresistible to the corrupt, who will, of course, use it for nefarious ends.

Blogger Crew December 20, 2019 10:11 AM  

I think President Trump has held off the storm so it will occur during an election year.

The coming year is going to be awesome!

Blogger Barbarossa December 20, 2019 10:11 AM  

This confirmation (it's not a revelation) of widespread domestic data collection must be yoked to the seemingly bottomless pit of laws on the books and the creative way prosecutors currently go about their business if one ever hopes to alert the terminally clueless ("I've got nuttin' to hide!").

The moment you come into the gun sights of someone for some reason, they'll comb through your records and conversations, find something of interest, haul you in for questioning until you misstate something and then bam! they've got you on perjuring yourself on a sworn statement.

Blogger JG December 20, 2019 10:16 AM  

I used to thinks VD's prediction of a 2033 collapse of the Yankee empire was too pessimistic. Now I think we'll be lucky to make it past the 2024 election.

Blogger BriarRabbit December 20, 2019 10:44 AM  

The US government has managed to amass a file on every American citizen whereby they can quickly locate your phone calls, SMS messages, conversations recorded by your smart phone and your Amazon and Google smart devices, etc. BUT THEY LOST THE TELEMETRY DATA FOR THE MOON LANDING?

Sounds legit.

Blogger JamesB.BKK December 20, 2019 11:05 AM  

We do maybe have more clarity on Chief Justice John Roberts's strained analyses for the big cases and controversies.

Blogger JamesB.BKK December 20, 2019 11:07 AM  

The healthy economy is subject to the actions of some of his enemies even perhaps among his appointees. That's why he leans on the Fed.

Blogger Cetera December 20, 2019 11:11 AM  

JohnnyDecember 20, 2019 8:43 AM
Not so much the storm is about to brake as the preconditions for it are in place. Trump's current ace in the hole, the healthy economy, is apt to put things off. People don't get rebellious unless they are hurting, and currently most people aren't hurting. And if we are like East Germany, the government has more information than it can or is using.

Is this really true, though? Certainly when someone has nothing left to lose, they lose "it." If we talking about a full participation in street-to-street warfare in every city and town in the nation, sure.

But how badly off were the founding fathers, the patriots, the Sons of Liberty? How badly off were those who provided support for them from the population?

It seems to me that if we expect a Rwanda situation, then causes similar to Rwanda, including destitution, makes sense. Surely the Weimar Republic played a large role in seeding the conditions for Nazi Germany.

But the Revolutionary War seems different to me. The battle at Lexington and Concord to kick it off wasn't by people who had lost their livelihood. They were facing a loss of survival tools if they surrendered their arms to the Redcoats, but they weren't facing starvation and loss of property or progeny. They were facing the loss of their ability to defend themselves and the loss of their ability to hunt or project force.

Most of the public was not involved in the war, and we had a large population of Tories, precisely because times were good. But those who fought did so for different reasons, as well as those who supported them.

We hear the same talking points a lot that people who are fat with coin in their pockets don't fight. I just don't think that is true. In the right circumstances, they still will fight, and the fighting is likely to be more directed as doesn't have its roots in taking enough from someone to keep alive for another day.

Blogger 🐻Drew🐻 December 20, 2019 11:14 AM  

JG wrote:I used to thinks VD's prediction of a 2033 collapse of the Yankee empire was too pessimistic. Now I think we'll be lucky to make it past the 2024 election.

Let he that hath not an ar-15 & ammo sell his xbox and buy one.

Blogger jaericho December 20, 2019 11:15 AM  

@12 vpns won't keep you anonymous. All the big vpn's are known to be compromised. They're just honeypot operations. If you're paying, you're being tracked. And your ISP is still your IP.

Blogger braq December 20, 2019 11:18 AM  

The story of government abuse of "illegally"-obtained surveillance data blows up periodically; every generation is /astonished/ to discover they are subject to ubiquitous government surveillance, limited only by the available technology. Prior to the "official revelations" such assertions are ridiculed as wild "conspiracy theories", despite available evidence and endless precedent.

From J. Edgar Hoover's files to "Enemy of the State" to the AT&T whistleblower to Edward Snowden - denying unchecked government surveillance requires near-total ignorance or credulity (or a wildly misplaced trust in government oversight schemes like FISA).

I don't see how this story is any different from dozens of similar revelations in the past. A few token middlemen may be censured or publicly castigated, some bureaucratic rules will be changed, and Americans will ignore it all until the next surveillance scandal emerges.

Blogger Rattlesnake_Kid December 20, 2019 11:33 AM  

"I don't think New Zealand will have them at this point."

When the complicity of Five Eyes is revealed as well, New Zealand's refusal to extradite won't mean a damn thing. By that time, the public (American and Kiwi) will be ravenous for extradition by force via special ops.

Blogger Jack Amok December 20, 2019 11:34 AM  

Do we want this information released or do we want it destroyed?

Discredited, that's what we want done with it.

There's a reason non-kangaroo courts insist on a chain of custody for evidence. Evidence can be faked by untrustworthy people, not to mention improperly collated and labelled by incompetent ones. I could "produce" an archive of someone's blog posts with whatever I wanted carefully inserted. With Deep Fake technology, I could add audio and video evidence. If I've already proven myself untrustworthy by collecting data I wasn't supposed to collect, why would you trust me not to have doctored it to suit my needs?

So, order it destroyed, then anything that survives is automatically assumed tainted.

Blogger VFM Bear December 20, 2019 11:35 AM  

"I hope they've been surveilling me. Maybe by reading some of my posts some of them got saved."

I now know what the Platonic ideal for positive thinking looks like, Godspeed Beau.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 December 20, 2019 11:40 AM  

Can I collect all my data? It is my information and I would like a report mailed to me.

Blogger JamesB.BKK December 20, 2019 11:51 AM  

Not steering away from Castalia but unz.com has a portal for ordering books banned by Amazon. Book Depository out of the UK (free shipping) has a good collection as does Abe Books for older stuff.

Blogger SidVic December 20, 2019 12:13 PM  

In the past I've worked with big data. Just extremely large data sets that are hard to extract information from. For instance microarrays that measure the levels of every gene (mRNA). I remember after 9-11 noting that alot of very clever boys in the field getting scooped up by the gov. These guys are mathematicians and statisticians mostly. When one is scooping up every electronic communication, making any sense of it will require new software etc..
Would is ac?

Blogger Ingot9455 December 20, 2019 12:13 PM  

Now ask yourself who those 'FBI Outside Contractors' are.

Basically, the DNC, the Cabal, the political dirt digging operatives. At minimum.

Blogger Akuma December 20, 2019 12:21 PM  

@jaericho

You're wrong. See https://www.technadu.com/private-internet-access-wins-against-fbi/30987/

Blogger Scuzzaman December 20, 2019 12:32 PM  

The speed at which the FISA courts were subverted and misused is unbelievable.

No. FISA was illegal, ie corrupt, from its very inception.

Blogger Noah B. December 20, 2019 12:34 PM  

The outside contractors are lavish retirement schemes for ex-bureaucrats and Congressmen. And those contractors contribute heavily to swamp politicians on both sides, along with providing assurances that there will be a place at the trough when it comes time to retire.

Incidentally this is part of the reason for McConnell's reluctance to have a full trial in the Senate. If they start digging into Burisma and Ukraine many Republicans will also be implicated, probably including Romney and McCain.

Fiat justitia ruat caelum.

Blogger SScriby December 20, 2019 12:35 PM  

Big data Big problems

Blogger Boaty Bear December 20, 2019 12:40 PM  

Epstein died in a cell..soooooo

Blogger Blume December 20, 2019 12:58 PM  

I love you and your comments Beau. May your words shine in the darkest reaches of the swamp.

Blogger jaericho December 20, 2019 1:11 PM  

@akuma
Well that's good to know, but I still wouldn't trust them.

Blogger MightyKevster December 20, 2019 1:12 PM  

I can't think of a more effective way to dissolve a people's trust in their government than releasing these records. The resulting fallout is difficult to even grasp. Ironic, though, that the hubris required for such actions might bring about the destruction of the very agencies they sought to empower.

Blogger Dyspeptic December 20, 2019 1:12 PM  

What would be truly shocking would be if the FISA "Court" wasn't subverted from day one. It was designed to be a vital tool/rubber stamp for the surveillance state and has functioned in exactly that capacity from it's inception.

On a related note I have always thought that Hussein Obama and his Commie Mommy were groomed CIA assets, which would explain his entire political career and a good deal of our current predicament.

Imagine how many red flags get generated in our NSA profiles every time we post here. Making sense of all of this surveillance data is the real reason for developing advanced AI.

@ 55 - Yes, but in particular Fusion GPS & Assoc. Press for starters.

Blogger Wario's Mart December 20, 2019 1:39 PM  

So Google must really be Memex and they really are DARPA

Blogger Kiwi December 20, 2019 2:22 PM  

Those yanks coming here underestimate the New Zealanders.

The best way I can think to describe the peoples to an outsider is, thanks to the Mochaccino Maori/British blend, educated savages.

We'll send the Maori down south to get their Mana.

Blogger Jeroth December 20, 2019 2:29 PM  

Why did he sign another horrible spending bill? It gives the impression that the swamp still has a lot of leverage. Or does he actually want these bills?

Blogger Crew December 20, 2019 2:29 PM  

Are Democrats hoping they can take the senate in 2020?

https://pjmedia.com/trending/two-reasons-pelosi-will-probably-delay-impeachment-until-after-the-election/

Blogger Akulkis December 20, 2019 3:01 PM  

@ James Dixon

The irony of the need to eliminate the NSA is that 1) NSA is the source of the incriminating evidence against the others
2) NSA has provided that evidence willingly
3) NSA is on Trump's side.

Blogger Johnny December 20, 2019 3:08 PM  

45. Cetera December 20, 2019 11:11 AM
But how badly off were the founding fathers, the patriots, the Sons of Liberty?

The American revolutionaries had it pretty good. Better than the European people who didn't revolt. It was essentially a tax revolt. Internal taxation was not yet common and the American colonies had been entirely free of internal taxes. The Brits handled the initial difficulties with internal taxation badly, moved in troops which was also new and unwanted, were arrogant in some other ways, and the whole thing ballooned up on them.

The war between the states was also a tax revolt, although the huffy puffy plantation owners didn't frame it that way.

For an example of the way economics can drive revolts, when Ireland was having the potato famine, there was the same thing going on in the German duchies in Central Europe. Food prices went way up, and that triggered numerous revolts against the local nobility, even though they had nothing to do with it, and there really was no way it could be fixed. Along with the Irish, lots of Central Europeans piled into the United States. The Irish usually left home because they were desperate, and the Central Europeans had to leave because they had picked the wrong side in the local revolution. As the Midwest was opening up, that is where a lot of them went.

And, by the way, perhaps the United States of America was a successful union because of a healthy economy. The French Revolution war stuff created a very healthy export market and us Americans had several decades of good times.

Blogger furor kek tonicus ( no need to be racist, Ratchets can Karen better than anybody ) December 20, 2019 4:27 PM  

14. Long Live The West December 20, 2019 8:09 AM
After all, people like Epstein will never see the inside of a cell.



oh, they might see the inside of a cell. they just don't commit suicide.

Blogger James Dixon December 20, 2019 4:41 PM  

> 1) NSA is the source of the incriminating evidence against the others

Because Rogers was in charge. He isn't now.

> 3) NSA is on Trump's side.

For the moment. That can change rapidly.

Blogger Silent Draco December 20, 2019 4:56 PM  

Kiwi, it'd be a very underhanded and neat trick to let the Maori think that the newcomers will grabble all the greenstone. They could settle everything over dinner. :)

Blogger Hammerli 280 December 20, 2019 5:38 PM  

The fact that contractors had access even after their contracts had expired is damning. It's a clear invitation to political surveillance.

I've thought for about fifteen months, since last Fall, that Trump was holding this in reserve for the 2020 campaign. Which should be a delight to watch.

For my entire adult life, I've known that the Dems were a criminal organization. Thieves and fascists. And dreamed of having them stand before a Dem Crimes Tribunal and face the same justice meted out to the Nazis at Nuremberg. With luck, I may see that dream made real.

Anonymous Anonymous December 20, 2019 6:29 PM  

A bit off-topic but sorta on the same theme— would seem that at least in part the counties in Virginia resisting new gun restrictions appear to be more a PR stunt and a work-around while they prep for legal battles. The sheriff proposing “deputizing” thousands for a militia and other counties proposing measures to form militias are again without teeth— Tazewell County (who seemed to start things off) is routing money for their militia so-called to the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and gun safety courses. Also, the sheriff out of Culpeper proposing deputizing appears to be doing so not for a militia but as a workaround to allow people certain guns under the umbrella of being deputized— however, per their local newspaper that deputizing (if actually carried through) will require a “mental health” clearance and background check, which is what the regulators wanted to begin with so it’s hardly a real assertion of rights; those soldiers on leave who had a spat with a bitter ex-wife are still just as much at risk of ruin as ever. I wouldn’t hold my breath anticipating some clear and organized resistance to all this; many of these towns have suffered the same fate as most from the educational infrastructure— can’t afford private schools, no groundwork for homeschool/communal school yet so they send the kids to public which tells them they must go to college, so they aspire to NOVA or GMU or UVA which in turn tells them to move to the city and never go back home. Those counties in turn are too aged to have much success militia-wise. It would appear to just be appearances for now to delay things till court, which does seem more hopeful with Trump’s new appointments combined with UVA having a healthy conservative presence and being among the better law schools out there, but again courts take years.

In any case- the relevance to this post is, the gun laws appeared to come around the same time as laws meant to anticipate and prevent so-called “homegrown terrorism” (no further explanation), but I seriously doubt the governor and the like had the questionable Pakistanis, Afghans, Egyptians, and Somalis et al stacking the urban counties in NOVA in mind when they proposed it; I’d expect surveillance of the local populace to increase astronomically and they have more than enough infrastructure to make it happen.

Blogger Rattlesnake_Kid December 20, 2019 7:07 PM  

VD, where is the 825m figure from? Thanks.

Blogger Akuma December 20, 2019 8:22 PM  

"require a “mental health” clearance and background check, which is what the regulators wanted to begin with so it’s hardly a real assertion of rights;"

The fact that people still believe in Psychiatry is astounding. Everything according to the APA is a Mental Illness including masculinity. There is even a thing known as a sub-symptom syndrome disorder. Essentially you're not presenting any symptoms, but you have a disorder because you spoke with a mental health professional.

Blogger Ominous Cowherd December 20, 2019 8:24 PM  

@76, I think that 825m number comes from number surveilled times number of contacts^3 or something like that. It's AC's number, and assumes no overlap between surveillance subjects' contacts. There are probably very few Americans who weren't included.

Blogger James Dixon December 20, 2019 8:29 PM  

> I’d expect surveillance of the local populace to increase astronomically and they have more than enough infrastructure to make it happen.

Not in counties like Tazewell.

Blogger Gettimothy December 20, 2019 8:29 PM  

@76 go here. https://www.anonymousconservative.com/blog/news-briefs-12-20-2019/

scroll down to bold text after q drops

Blogger Johnny December 20, 2019 9:05 PM  

>>at least in part the counties in Virginia resisting new gun restrictions appear to be more a PR stunt...

A little attention would be good, kick up a fuss. Otherwise it surely seems too early for an active revolt.

Blogger Rattlesnake_Kid December 20, 2019 9:30 PM  

Thank you.

Blogger Rogue Trooper December 20, 2019 10:02 PM  

As a Kiwi myself, I still have an excellent collection of useful "tools", despite taking advantage of the firearms buy-back programme. Yes, the "AR's" have gone but I have plenty of interesting options. NZ is a really small place and those elite seeking sanctuary in their Wanaka compounds will find us interesting, creative and enterprising folks when the time comes.
In the meantime, God bless you all, and join me in celebrating the birth of our saviour Jesus Christ on 25 December 2019.
Logos is rising and Big Bear get's us 'murderous' Kiwis.

Blogger JamesB.BKK December 20, 2019 10:07 PM  

It's never made sense that the US govt is not taking big royalties from its supposed creation of all this technology using govt tax sluiced research of which Google among others is a beneficiary.

Blogger MNW December 20, 2019 10:25 PM  

A secretive court like that, especially after years of political appointments to the courts, is almost purpose built to be subverted like that. This is even more true if you have a country with a large number of Civ Nats and the like

Blogger MNW December 20, 2019 10:34 PM  

They have gone balls-to-the-wall with the gun control. The fact that the proposed VA Bill's ban training is telling.

I wonder how much of it is the far left and immigrants taking over the dems and how much of it is trying to prevent the 2A fulfilling its primary purpose.

Blogger map December 20, 2019 11:59 PM  

Included in "government corporation" is Tesla as well. Why the push for electric cars? Basically, one giant battery. What can you do with a giant battery? Attach audio video devices.

Teslas are mobile surveillance platforms. And when the Tesla is done recording everything you say and do in your car and everything said and done around your car? It will beam that data to central servers while charging in your garage...over a 5G network.

Blogger sdharms December 21, 2019 6:12 AM  

a lot of the revolutionary leaders were not hurting economically. They were the wealthy. It was about FREEDOM and LIBERTY, not money. Most lost all their money and possessions in the war.

Blogger mrkai113 December 21, 2019 9:47 AM  

Is it a bigger conspiracy than the dinosaur hoax?

Blogger Paraclete December 21, 2019 10:37 AM  

There's only been ONE who'll never be
ashamed of what He's said and/or done.
With that being said, "Why would anyone
be surprised by what could be exposed?"
Once the first thousand folks sins are exposed,
there will be nothing shocking left to cause alarm.
In other words, it'll turn into a boring roll call.
"For ALL have sinned, and have fallen short of the Glory of God."

Blogger Azure Amaranthine December 22, 2019 1:55 AM  

"I wonder how much of it is the far left and immigrants taking over the dems and how much of it is trying to prevent the 2A fulfilling its primary purpose."

Its primary purpose is resistance to tyranny. If the face of tyranny is invasion, are they not the same thing?

Blogger Unknown December 22, 2019 4:49 AM  

I live a life I am not ashamed of and not involved in any form criminal activity or hate , so when I post anything I have no fear , but been wise enough to use choice words because I noticed how much big brother is watching us.

Blogger Exring December 22, 2019 8:04 AM  

The Question is: How long was he there and how was he "transferred"?

Blogger urbane legend December 22, 2019 8:51 AM  

@ Welsh Woodsman
. . . pity sex will eventually be a distant memory.

For some of us it already is, for various reasons. But that means there is more time to play with other tools ( no pun intended ).

Blogger Brady jo December 22, 2019 12:26 PM  

The retreads had it all but it wasn't enough... what's it like on that hell bound train dumb asses?

Blogger Voracious Reader December 22, 2019 6:09 PM  

@52 After East Germany fell, the Stasi records were opened up for public examination by those victimized by the SED. At least the ones that weren't dumped in the MfS shredders and burn bins.

Almost all of these are paper files. Unlike today, with Google and the cloud being entirely electronic data, the paper MfS files won't go anywhere for years, given their fire-proof archival conditions.

Ordinary Germans can request their files from the Stasi Record Agency (BStU) office in Berlin or 12 regional offices. Since 1992, 7M Germans have applied to see their files. You can too, if you meet certain criteria.

Here's the BStU website (in English): https://www.bstu.de/en/

It will be fascinating when the personal electronic records illegally amassed by these out-of-control US IC agencies are similarly displayed for victimized Americans. Plus, if I am in these records, I'm gonna sue them for US$300M and retire.

Blogger Akulkis December 23, 2019 10:44 AM  

@96

"Plus, if I am in these records, I'm gonna sue them for US$300M and retire."

And where would that $300M come from?

You and your fellow victims/tax-payers.

No matter how fool-proof you think it is, voting yourself money is NOT a plan, let alone a retirement plan. And the more popular it is, the less feasible it is.

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