Big Brother Knows Where You Live. Thank you Census workers
Uncle Sam wants to know where you live, not just the address, but the exact coordinates. Why would that be? Whatever their plans, our leaders believe it is worth $700 million dollars and hiring a city full of workers… 140,000 to be more precise. They are marching through our neighborhoods, taking readings at all our doors and asking if the house is a single or multi-family dwelling, all in the name of the census. This census that is a year away and has nothing to do with the job at hand.
The census bureau itself says, “The ability to capture Global Positioning System coordinates for most of the nation’s housing units will greatly reduce the number of geographic coding errors caused by using paper maps in previous counts.” This and other actions by this administration bring to mind the old saying, “there’s always two reasons for everything, the one we are told and the real reason.”
Douglas Gibbs writing in the American Daily Review says, “Imagine, if you will, that there are a number of people in a neighborhood that could not find the addresses they are tasked with finding. They are not locals, maybe are unable to read a map, or perhaps do not have the time to pull out a map, and they need to find you with specific GPS coordinates. Their devices would lead them to your front door with these coordinates. Imagine a crisis is afoot, and martial law is put into place. U.S. troops need to round up particular folks.”
“Let’s take this a step further. After all, with Barack Obama desiring to decrease the number of folks in the military, and with forces committed worldwide, we may not have sufficient military forces at home to deal with a rising national emergency. If the government decided to rely on foreign troops, perhaps United Nations personnel, most of which may not understand the street signs, much less know the lay of the land, they could use GPS devices to direct them to your front door.”
Sound alarming? It does to me. Although my thoughts run to the more mundane and immediate. Consider how cross referencing this information with a database of gun owners, confiscation would be much more efficient. Or perhaps the rounding up of pro-life activists, Christians or members of other groups Homeland Security tells us present a danger to the administration. On the other hand, it could be as simple as satellite surveillance.
The effort to create a system for such surveillance would be a bit of overkill as with a few keystrokes the internet can already provide us with amazing satellite images of my home… and its coordinates. For any DHS agents reading this, mine are N37° 25.8367?, W077° 33.5331? according to Google. My daughters’ car was the only one in the drive way when the picture was taken… and with the resources of Big Brother, I’m sure then easily obtain real time information about my coming and going.
Considering what any one of us can access online, why would they need to be so precise? Are they planning or firing a cruise missile through my front door? On the other hand we are still dealing with a government bureaucracy here with the government bureaucracy mentality of why take what we have when we can spend the better part of a billion dollars of taxpayer money to get the same thing.
The thing about every idea that comes to mind about what they would do with this information is that none of them are good. When you see the mild mannered public “servants” strolling through your neighborhood asking questions and taking GPS readings you had best cooperate as they have the law on the side and can compel your compliance. I’ve seen a video of gentleman taking his readings. When he realized his actions were being recorded, he was not happy, screaming at the homeowner about violating, of all things, his right to privacy. To be on the safe side, you may want to show support for their efforts by raising your right arm at about a 45 degree angle while clicking your heals as the enter your property. I’m sure it will be appreciated.
Source: Western Front America