Be Careful What You Ask For?

Imagine that the next time you go to purchase a house, car, furniture, major appliance or even rent an apartment, they automatically look into your entire online presence?

Many people may be denied loans or credit based on any information that is even slightly askew of the mainstream.

What if your taste in food, music, reading material and entertainment is not consistent with your potential employers, major corporations we deal with on a daily basis, monetary lenders or credit providers?

What if your interests deal with subjects that many people think is a couple fries short of a happy meal, like the paranormal or UFOs?

Your current employer, future employer, health and life insurance companies, banks/financial lenders or credit agencies, might automatically label you as untrustworthy for having impaired judgment and reasoning, and therefore an inherent risk.  Then what?

What if you professionally race cars in your spare time and speak of it with your friends online and the powers that be learn of this?

Too big of a risk taker and not someone a company may want as an employee.

Remember, if you are deemed non-insurable, you are also unemployable.

We’re already getting a glimpse of where this matter might be heading, for once we’re all electronically connected, we lose our right to privacy in a world where many different aspects of discrimination are still well-practiced.  Like we do not already have enough problems at this level at the moment?

Being really different in a world of commonality might turn into a virtual as well as literal hell.

Please think about this, for once this genie has completely left the bottle, there will be no putting it back, just like the nuclear weapons genie of decades ago.

In the end, the only thing that truly protects us from ourselves is our conscience, and if you truly value your individuality and freedom of choice, this matter must be addressed NOW.

What’s the ultimate price you’re willing to pay to stay linked to the world at the stroke of a key on a board?  Is being instantly connected to anyone on earth worth the cost of having a real-world Big Brother looking over your shoulder and breathing down your neck at every turn?

But remember, we’re the ones who unintentionally created this Frankenstein, and we still have the power to prevent this future monster from consuming us.

Given that this was posted slightly more than one year ago, how meaningful is this today when speaking about the NSA/CIA PRISM data mining through electronic intelligence (ELINT) surveillance?

It’s important for everyone to realize and understand that the NSA, CIA and NRO established a system called ECHELON in the late 1980’s, where they began real-time, clandestine monitoring of all electronic communications throughout the world.  We’re talking land-line phones, cell phones, emails, text messages, faxes, etc. in total.   No one was immune, or at least that’s what we thought at the time.

ECHELON searches for certain word, sentence and paragraph clusters that have potential national security implications and then automatically begins tracking that electronic source more precisely.

However, if ECHELON and PRISM are as effective and necessary as we’re lead to believe, why is it that the US keeps getting caught with its pants down time and time again on national security matters?  I will not waste this space and your eyes on reciting all OUR failed intelligence matters over the last twenty-five years.

It’s almost like we know what’s about to occur and yet we fail to intervene or act in order to get the public all fired up to support a more vigorous military/intelligence apparatus with greater funding.   This is the essence of disinformational obfuscation and manipulation.


By Dr. Barry Taff

Dr. Barry Taff, who holds a doctorate in psychophysiology with a minor in biomedical engineering, worked as a research associate at UCLAs former parapsychology laboratory from 1969 through 1978. During his 41-year career, Dr. Taff has investigated more than 4,000 cases of ghosts, hauntings, poltergeists, and he has conducted extensive studies in telepathy and precognition which led to the development of the original protocols and methodologies for what was later coined remote-viewing. He is the author of Aliens Above, Ghosts Below.

2 replies on “Be Careful What You Ask For?”

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