All Star Activist’s two cents:
Ever since becoming a fan of science fiction and ravenously devouring both “Popular Mechanics” and “Popular Science” magazines as a teenager, I’ve known that the tech we see is generations behind what actually exists. I often like saying to friends, “I guarantee you that you’ve walked down the street and passed a person who wasn’t human at all.” You can imagine the responses that I get.
If you can accept the aforementioned assumption then it begs the question, who has the really good stuff and what are they doing with it? The answer to that question is as simple as it is comical.
PINKY: “Gee, Brain. What are we going to do tonight?”
THE BRAIN: “The same thing we do every night, Pinky. Try to take over the world.”
The situation would indeed be funny if only it were false. It is not false but only too true. Can you handle the truth? Read on then, read on. Yes, Google is evil and has been from the start. NASA doesn’t let “The Boys” both park and fuel their private jets at Moffit field for nothin, ya know. On taxpayer supplied Avgas too, I might add. No one and I do mean no one gets to do that, not even astronauts. Only the “Google Boys” have that exclusive privilege. Care to ponder why? “Are you pondering what I’m pondering?” Don’t get me started on those barges either. At sea there are no laws, at least none that apply to land. Hmm. Do we have our thinking caps on yet?
I’ll spell it out for those who are feeling kind of lazy. Google is a data collection and domestic spying network.
Rogue government agencies have the best tech and only give us the leftovers. Using proxies (the “Google Boys”), they surreptitiously deliver it into our hot little hands, all with a grand plan in mind. The plan is to get us hooked on it and then to control us with it. An electronic leash, if you will.
First, they be all nice and open source and shit. Then, after we have become dependent and life would be damn near impossible without smart phones, they tighten down the thumbscrews. Amazingly, this is the very same way that a drug dealer operates. The first two or three hits are free but after that, you gonna have to hock some of grannie’s jewelery.
And who could forget those Google Maps cars that rolled all around peoples neighborhoods, hacking into Wifi networks and downloading all their secrets. Who? Why you, thats who. You could forget and have forgotten. You had until now, that is.
Forgetting the evils of Google probably isn’t your real problem though, nor is it the problem of the legions of others who use Gmail etc. Belief, thats what your problem is. You just don’t want to believe that your precious Google could actually be evil. Something meant to hurt and enslave you. That’s OK, I don’t want to believe it either. More than that though, I really don’t want to be made to look like a chump.
Google’s deep CIA and NSA connections
Google’s deep CIA and NSA connections
Posted By Adan On June 17, 2013 @ 2:22 pm In Science & Technology,Tile | Comments Disabled
June 17, 2013
The Western media is currently full of articles reporting Google’s denial that it cooperated in a government program to massively spy on American and foreign citizens by accessing data from Google’s servers and those of other U.S. software companies.
The mainstream media has, however, almost completely failed to report that Google’s denial, and its surface concern over ‘human rights’, is historically belied by their deep involvement with some of the worst human rights abuses on the planet:
Google is, in fact, a key participant in U.S. military and CIA intelligence operations involving torture; subversion of foreign governments; illegal wars of aggression; and military occupations of countries which have never attacked the U.S. and which have cost hundreds of thousands of lives in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, and elsewhere.
To begin with, as reported previously in the Washington Post and elsewhere, Google is the supplier of the customized core search technology for ‘Intellipedia, a highly-secured online system where 37,000 U.S. spies and related personnel share information and collaborate on their devious errands.
Agencies such as the so-called ‘National Security Agency’, or NSA, which is implicated in the current ‘spying on Americans’ scandal, have also purchased servers using Google-supplied search technology which processes information gathered by U.S. spies operating all over the planet.
In addition, Google is linked to the U.S. spy and military systems through its Google Earth software venture. The technology behind this software was originally developed by Keyhole Inc., a company funded by Q-Tel http://www.iqt.org/, a venture capital firm which is in turn openly funded and operated on behalf of the CIA.
Google acquired Keyhole Inc. in 2004. The same base technology is currently employed by U.S. military and intelligence systems in their quest, in their own words, for “full-spectrum dominance” of the planet.
Moreover, Google’s connection with the CIA and its venture capital firm extends to sharing at least one key member of personnel. In 2004, the Director of Technology Assessment at In-Q-Tel, Rob Painter, moved from his old job directly serving the CIA to become ‘Senior Federal Manager’ at Google.
As Robert Steele, a former CIA case officer has put it: Google is “in bed with” the CIA.
Google’s Friends spy on millions of Internet Users
Given Google’s supposed concern with ‘human rights’ and with user-privacy, it’s worth noting that Wired magazine reported some time ago that Google’s friends at In-Q-Tel, the investment arm of the CIA, invested in Visible Technologies, a software firm specialized in ‘monitoring social media’.
The ‘Visible’ technology can automatically examine more than a million discussions and posts on blogs, online forums, Flickr, YouTube, Twitter, Amazon, and so forth each day. The technology also ‘scores’ each online item, assigning it a positive, negative or mixed or neutral status, based on parameters and terms set by the technology operators. The information, thus boiled down, can then be more effectively scanned and read by human operators.
The CIA venture capitalists at In-Q-Tel previously said they will use the technology to monitor social media operating in other countries and give U.S. spies early-warning detection on how issues are playing internationally, according to spokesperson Donald Tighe. There is every possibility that the technology can also be used by the U.S. intelligence operatives to spy on domestic social movements and individuals inside the U.S.
Finally, Obama during his recent meeting with Chinese president Xi, again more-or-less accused China of cyber intrusions into U.S. government computers. There has, however, been a curious absence from the statements emanating from Google, from U.S. government sources, and from U.S. media reports of truly substantive evidence linking the Chinese government with the alleged break-in attempts. Words like ‘sophisticated’ and ‘suspicion’ have appeared in the media to suggest that the Chinese government is responsible for the break-ins. That may be so. But it is striking that the media has seemingly asked no tough questions as to what the evidence behind the ‘suspicions’ might be.
It should be noted that the U.S. government and its intelligence agencies have a long history of rogue operations intended to discredit governments or social movements with whom they happen to disagree. To see how far this can go, one need only recall the sordid history of disinformation, lies, and deceit used to frighten people into supporting the Iraq war.
Whether the past attacks on U.S. government systems, Google email, et al originated from the Chinese government, from the U.S. intelligence operatives, or from elsewhere, one thing is clear: A company that supplies the CIA with key intelligence technology; supplies mapping software which can be used for barbarous wars of aggression and drone attacks which kill huge numbers of innocent civilians; and which in general is deeply intertwined with the CIA and the U.S. military machines, which spy on millions, the company cannot be motivated by real concern for the human rights and lives of the people in the U.S. and on the planet.
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