Monday, May 3, 2010

This Is Why Tracking People Is So Dangerous

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The NYPD is blasting this video around the internet of a "suspect" in the Times Square non-bombing. It is described by news media as a guy suspiciously "changing his shirt."

It looks to me like a guy taking off a sweater because it is a hot day.

If the poor guy is a Tea Party member and has friended Sarah Palin or Glenn Beck or, heaven forbid, Lew Rockwell on his Facebook page, he is dead meat, for taking his sweater off.

And this isn't the heavy tracking, and the many more coincidences, that would occur for many innocents with a national "worker ID card" that would contain all kinds of information subject to serious misinterpretation.

10 comments:

  1. All these cameras, everywhere, and they never seem to catch anything.
    All they do is "fuel" suspicion!

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  2. Now if that were an attractive woman, this video would never have seen the light of day...rather it would have ended up in the NYPD´s "secret" archive :) :) :)

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  3. Control Freaks, that are judgmental and sprinkle in some of our 21st Century Schizophrenia all invented by Banksters and their Eugenics experiments and we are all dead meat if we don't heed their game. Awareness scares these people more than anything, look how often the G20 now meet. The reality is, we are all plugged in, those who simply pay attention will catch the REAL perpetrators. We all know who they are, the usual suspects and the rats are running scared. Get a picture taking cell phone and take a vid of them watching you watching them!

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  4. It is SO obvious that the guy in no way comes from the direction of the SUV. This whole thing reeks of a hoax designed to scare people

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  5. It reeks. And they probably set the bomb themselves just to get the rest of us to toe the government line. Does anyone here find it odd that they don't have a video of who ACTUALLY parked the car there? The camera is there, they got the guy taking off is sweater, but did they actually pick up who parked it there and who got out of it? Nahhhh. Just this little snippet to keep us all booga-booga'd.

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  6. Looks to me like he was told do it. He seems to look at the camera more than once. Not only that but he sets his bag down in the middle of the cameras view. Could be a set up from inside intel like they did with Oswald. Just saying.

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  7. This "bomb" was so crude that it seems to have been planned to fail. Who would do such a thing? Clearly not real terrorists, so the alternative is that it was some government or security service intending to drum up fear to further their power.

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  8. It is so obvious that this was a false flag operation. It was staged. The people who are doing this think that the American people are fools and they will fall for this kind of stupid hoax. Wake up Americans!!! Tell them that you are no fools.

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  9. the most obvious evidence of his guilt is...he put down his brief case and turned around to see behind him (not looking for a pick-pocket in NYC ofcoarse)...but that proves he is a traitor-terrorist-bastard-etc..(insert a whole bunch of other bad names here)

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  10. Ok, so he's expecting a bomb to go off any second and he stops to take off his shirt?

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