2010 Census : Marking Citizens for Extermination?
If you have been one of those who stood firm on your right to privacy against the intrusion of the 2010 census questions which, going much further than asking for a count of citizenry, has asked many personal an unlawful questions, you have perhaps received by now, visits from census workers.
If you live in an apartment, though, be aware. Census employees are being given license by the government to demand entry to your residence from your landlord whether you are home or not.
In other words, they are being given the freedom to do what even police are not allowed, by law, to do – conduct warrantless searches. They reserve the right to fine your landlord $500 if he will not comply to give them entry.
The fact that this directly defies constitutional law should be a reminder of how boldly the ruling powers are pushing their tyranny against the American public, with no attempt to give any good excuse for doing so.
It is clear that they feel you no longer have rights and that even suggesting that you do might be a sign of you being a danger to society, or at least a society they wish to rule without your say in the matter.
What measures will follow incidents of Census employees walking into apartments with aggressive guard dogs or catching a sleeping resident off guard who then fires a gun at the intruder?
Will the government then determine that Census employees need firearms to protect themselves, and will that be only a small step away from residents being threatened at gun point by petty government employees?
What happens when Census workers encounter homes where drugs are found or unregistered guns? Will they throw aside a law which mandates that evidence of a crime found during a search which is not conducted for the purpose of discovering such evidence is inadmissible in court and begin using these warrantless intrusions to charge people with whatever they can?
The Census bureau knows very well that their tactics are illegal on a number of grounds, and yet supply no answer whatsoever to anyone questioning by what authority they have been empowered with Nazi-like liberties against people who no longer have any.
Below is a list of some of the questions the Bureau refuses to answer –
1 ) The Constitution authorizes government to count people but it does not authorize the taking of private information or even the names of individuals. From where does the Census Bureau derive authority to demand our private information?
2 ) Is there any limit to the amount and type of private information that the Census bureau may demand and collect?
3 ) Under what Constitutional authority does the Census Bureau collect information now from 250,000 people per month of every year?
4 ) The 4th Amendment to the Constitution prohibits government search and seizure of private information without a court warrant based on probable cause. Current Census policies violate that Amendment do they not?
5 ) By what Constitutional authority does the Census Bureau threaten penalties for failure to provide personal information?
6 ) The Census Bureau claims it maintains privacy of personal information. Are there any circumstances under which law enforcement or spy agencies can access Census information?
7 ) Since presumably Census data may be subpoenaed by law enforcement, may individuals refuse to answer questions according to the fifth Amendment?
8 ) Why has the Census Bureau decided to collect GPS coordinates for every home?
9 ) Virtually every government database has been either lost, hacked or compromised. Would the Census Bureau’s claim of data security not be an outright lie or at best highly improbable?
10 ) How would the Census Bureau locate, protect and compensate those individuals whose data becomes compromised?
We need to ask ourselves why the government needs the GPS coordinates of every front door in the nation, as the 2010 Census has included this as part of its data collection this year.
We need to wonder why they should also be told not only to check the most remote rural homes in the nation, but also every structure, garage, shed and cabin, as well as such obscure hiding spots as drainage pipes and caves.
What good reason should any of this be for? It is obvious, maybe, that the government has a great desire to know exactly who is where, down to every last possible human being and every last possible place one could be hiding out.
Now what should we tell ourselves about this? That it is for appropriating money to areas of greatest need as they claim? Perhaps a great amount of denial is necessary to accept this as a reason for such a thorough, expensive and determined agenda to know all things about all people living within the borders of the US.
As they always do, the propaganda machine of the ruling powers is fighting back against any of us who want these questions to be asked and answered, who want truth to be known.
This is an article I came across recently, which describes our legitimate concerns of privacy and legality as conspiracy theory, and makes a subtle attempt to persuade the public that we might be dangerous.
“Online Conspiracy Theorists Latch Onto Census GPS Units
The hanging death of a Kentucky census worker is likely to raise tensions among counters in the 2010 census, who have already been the focus of emotionally charged online rhetoric this year because they use GPS…..
The conspiracy theories have struck a chord with a certain type of American, and posts like these have collected comments from people vowing not to allow workers anywhere near their houses. A few comments have taken an ominous tone.
“Only a fool would allow the New World Order to come up and take GPS readings at your front door,” wrote a commenter to another Infowars.com post. “There is nothing good to come from Big Brother’s constant meddling into our lives! Beware, and carry a big stick… preferably .308 Winchester full metal jacket.”
The FBI is reportedly investigating the death of 51-year-old Bill Sparkman, who was found hanged on Sept. 12 with the word “fed” written on his chest. The Census Bureau has suspended field operations in the Kentucky county where Sparkman was found, The Huffington Post reports.” read entire article
Does the hanging death of a Kentucky census worker with the word “FED” written on him remind anyone of a supposed incident of man, angry with the IRS, flying a plane into an office building?
Does it remind anyone of a failed bomb in time square recently?
Is it very unlikely that resistance to Census intrusion has caused the government to act as it always does, and stage an event to fuel fear and malice in the public against those who stand for their rights?
It is no secret either, that government has employed paid disinformation bloggers to post comments on sites which are against tyranny and intrusion in order that they might discredit the information or attach a violent attitude to it.
What scenario would fit the facts about the 2010 Census and the measures they are involving in it, is that there is a need for GPS coordinates for the purpose of navigating devices to specific residences.
It would be of great importance to know the precise residence of every person in the country, to know the details of their personal lives, in order to determine their stand for or against the NWO agenda, and to have GPS coordinates recorded for the location of their front door – only if the plan was ultimately to remove the resistance by way of unmanned, lethal force.
You think the US government wouldn’t do this to it’s own people? They have already killed 700 Pakistani civilians by use of predator drones, most of them women and children.
The Posse Comitatus act which once protected US citizens against militarized policing of the population is no longer effective.
Obama makes a joke to the Jonas brothers – “I have two words for you- Predator Drones. You will never see it coming.” How much of a joke is that, and is it so hard to believe that this fluent snake-speaker was addressing the entire listening audience?