THE TRUTH ABOUT TRUTH:

All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.



Tuesday, February 1, 2011

NOTCH BY NOTCH, THE NOOSE TIGHTENS

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The following information I received just this morning from a person known to me who is living in Southern California:

"The California DMV [Department of Motor Vehicles] is instigating a new system: ID tracking strips being put into all new driver's licenses. ...
I find the "tracking strips" alarming in the extreme. [According to one source] ... they can now track your location in the system with these. Another frightening sign of our disappearing freedoms."
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I did a Google search and came up with the following official California government web page. I did not see a specific mention of "tracking strips" being applied or inserted into California drivers' licenses, but the site did confirm that the state is remodeling its drivers' licenses and state identification cards:

DMV Begins Issuing New California Driver Licenses, ID Cards

Notch by notch, Big Brother is tightening the collar around the necks of us loose dogs and lemmings! When will the American People rise up and throw off the shackles? Ever?

Not, I suppose, while there's so much high quality television programming available. We've now got one thousand channels of sh#t on the TV to choose from.

~ Stephen T. McCarthy

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11 comments:

  1. I believe this was talked about in the Aaron Russo Freedom to Facism film. California doing this doesn't surprise me at all. I'm sure there's more to come for all of us.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out and the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge 2011

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  2. The collar pictured is not objectionable to me.

    I'd always said, that if I were married, I'd prefer a collar to a ring.

    With a nice tag that says, "My name is Larry. Please return me to Mrs. Cavanaugh."

    So let's compromise-CA can keep the data strips but we'll all wear collars.

    LC

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  3. ARLEE BOID ~
    >>.....I'm sure there's more to come for all of us.

    And I'm sure you're right!
    And the greater our regard for Christ, the more intense will be the reeducation camp we're assigned to. (Unless they deem us to be "unsaveable", in which case the Queen will simply yell, "Off with their heads!" The Queen, of course, because we are destined for a Feminist future.)


    DOCTOR DISCDUDE ~
    >>.....I'd always said, that if I were married, I'd prefer a collar to a ring.

    And I always said that I preferred loneliness to marriage. Got my wish! Yeah, babeee! :o)

    >>.....With a nice tag that says, "My name is Larry. Please return me to Mrs. Cavanaugh."

    "...if she'll take me back".

    >>.....So let's compromise - CA can keep the data strips but we'll all wear collars.

    I'm OK with that. Just so long as I don't have to wear a tie too! My respectability goes only just so far and no further!

    ~ D-FensDoggCollarFleaBoy
    'Loyal American Canine'

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  4. I got thirteen channels of shit on the TV to choose from
    I've got electric light

    And I've got second sight
    I got amazing powers of observation...

    Dude, I wish I could say this was something new. Obama wants to create a permanent single internet ID for each user too. Great idea ya' f*cking fascist. This isn't a free country.

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  5. ANNIEE ~
    Where ya been?

    Yes, I'd also heard about tracking devices being placed in newer model automobiles that are GPS compatible/activated.

    But this is the first I've heard of any sort of tracking device actually being utilized (not merely proposed) in conjunction with or as a component of a person's official state-approved identity.

    If this is accurate information, it merely represents one graduated step toward implanted individual tracking computer chips ("the mark of the beast").

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

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  6. Stephen - I really appreciate your following and participating in my blog. I wonder if you would be a dove and help me to spread the word about my blog. I'm doing what I can with my limited knowledge, but any help you'd be willing to render would be much appreciated. I'm trying to advertise as much as possible, so if you could share it with your mates you'd be sure to rack up quite a heapin' helpin'-o- karma! Thanks Buddy.

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  7. Part 1 Of 2:
    BARQUEDUST ~
    Your request is actually a bit funny in one sense: me trying to help you acquire more blog "Followers" is a bit like "the blind leading the blind".

    I have no idea how to increase blog "Followers" generally - evidenced by the fact that THIS blog - my political venue, and the more important of my two blogs - has, after about 3 years of existence, 13 Followers. Which, by the way, is one Follower LESS than YOUR political blog has! And you're looking to me for help in increasing readership? What's wrong with THIS picture? :o)

    In fact, my lack of readership after 3 years is the primary reason I intend to quit blogging soon! (If you'll tell me how you got 14 Followers, I'll tell you how I got 13.)

    I actually DID promote both of your blogs here at 'Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends' shortly after first finding them. Here's a link to that promotional blog bit, in case you never saw it: LINK!.

    I don't mind composing another promotional installment mentioning your blog (and will do so in a couple of days) but I can pretty much guarantee it will do you as little good as my last one did!

    I'm "going out of business" soon because there's such little readership for what WE blog about. The American People want to be entertained by fiction and mindless fluff; they don't want to hear about the dark, disturbing reality of the world they live in and the government that rules over them and deceives them. Sadly, I don't believe there's a worthwhile place in the Blogosphere for what you and I have to say. Three year's of experience has taught me this.

    However, having typed all that, I can tell you a way in which you would almost certainly double or triple the number of Followers to your Conspiracy blog: Participate in my friend Arlee Bird's upcoming "APRIL A TO Z BLOGFEST".

    You can learn more about it HERE.

    Last year, I participated in this same blogfest (although it was much smaller then) utilizing my other blog, "STUFFS". "Stuffs" now has about 41 "Followers" and probably 25-30 of them are a result of my participation in the 2010 version of the "April A To Z Blogfest". (Never mind that only a few of them actually read my blog on a regular basis. I've found that "Followers" does not mean "Readers".)

    At any rate, last year's April Blogfest only had about 100 participants and I didn't even finish it, yet still I tripled my total number of "Followers".

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  8. Part 2 Of 2:

    Arlee has suggested that I play again this year, and utilize each letter as a brief definition of certain American/Conspiracy concepts (i.e., "A" Is For "Articles Of Confederation"; "B" Is For "Bretton Woods Conference"; "C" Is For "Carnegie Foundation", etc., [or whatever subjects you choose for each letter].)

    It's actually a really good idea, and I WOULD run with it if it wasn't for the fact that I expect to be retired from blogging well before April gets here.

    But maybe YOU should consider entering the Blogfest and utilizing this idea to educate visitors and increase your blog "Following". I can guarantee it will add Followers to your blog!

    You could begin composing these brief definitions in a Word File now, and save them for April. So that when the time comes, you don't feel pressured to come up with something daily, but could merely copy and paste each day's blog bit and hit "Publish Now".

    Beyond this, the only thing I might suggest (if you don't mind) is that, whether or not you participate in the mega-blogfest "April A To Z", you consider posting on your Conspiracy blog more often.

    I try to post something new here at "F-FFF" at least every ten days or so. But if you let several weeks pass between new blog bits, I believe "Followers" will stop thinking about visiting your blog because they'll assume there's probably nothing new there.

    Beyond this, I'm afraid you're asking a "Know-Nuttin'" for assistance. I know so little that I've found the blogging experience frustrating overall, and I myself am about to give up on it. Wish I could be of more help, Bro ('cause I need all the "good karma" I can acquire ;o) but as a blogger, I've been a failure.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

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  9. Now that was some answer! Thanks for the good word about Blogging from A to Z. And I still don't think one of my favorite bloggers should give up.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out and the Blogging From A to Z April Challenge 2011

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  10. Barquedust, I'll link to you on my blog but I sorta have to laugh like Stephen - I think about 5 people read it regularly. Unlike Stephen, I kinda like it better that way; don't have to sift through tons of BS comments - and I know if I get a comment it's likely to be from someone I want to hear from. 5 quality commenters is worth more than 100 crap ones, IMO.

    I'm around Stephen; not having much fun but hanging in for the moment. I hadn't noticed you link to Barton's Wallbuilders here - sweet! You know, he was the keynote speaker at a homeschooling curriculum fair in my state well over a decade ago and boy did he blow me away. It was long enough ago that the audio of the speech was on cassette tapes heh. The left and Wikipedia sure love to smear him which tells me he's on the right track, eh? ;)

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  11. ANNIEE ~
    Oh, yeah, Barton - same reaction from me! Blown away back in '93 or '94. In fact, the same Christian friend, Don, who introduced me to Barton also gave me a book on "The New World Order" which finally convinced me that much of what another friend, Dean, had been telling me for years was in fact TRUE - that there was a conspiracy amongst Elites to undermine our sovereignty and deliver us to a global government based on Keynesian socialism, or Corporatism.

    So, in a sense, Don is responsible for turning me into the "wacko" that I am today.

    Glad you're still around! Are you still interested in having that online discussion about "A"-form-of-"murder" [;o), before I blow this taco stand?

    I have just two more MAJOR, A-List blog bits planned for 'Ferret-Faced Fascist Friends' before I shutter the windows and board up the doors here, but I can make it three if you still want to discuss "A". But if not, no big deal. With me, it'z all good!

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

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