“Domestically, they’re pulling together all the data about
virtually every U.S. citizen in the country and assembling that information, building communities that you have
relationships with, and knowledge about you; what your activities are; what you’re doing. So the government is
accumulating that kind of information about every individual person and it’s a very dangerous
Operation "Toto" Pulling Back The
Published on Mar 18, 2015
Alex Jones talks with NSA Whistleblower William Binney about his experiences and what he
thinks needs to be done to fix the country.
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NSA Whistleblower: ‘We’re No Longer a Country with a
Government, We’re a Government with a Country’
Former high-level intelligence official warns of
"totalitarian" slide into a "controlled society"
by Mikael Thalen | Infowars.com | March 19, 2015
Former National Security Agency technical director turned whistleblower
William Binney told radio-talk show host Alex Jones Wednesday that the United States no longer represented a
country with a constitutional government.
Binney, a 36-year agency veteran who blew the whistle on domestic surveillance in 2001, warned that the United
States was sliding dangerously close to “totalitarianism” under the NSA’s plan for a “controlled society.”
“I basically see us moving to a controlled society. A
totalitarian state where the government wants to be in charge,” Binney stated.”When Reagan said, ‘We’re a country
with a government,’ I think we’re now a government with a country.”
Highlighting the NSA’s continued deception on the scope and scale of domestic and international surveillance
programs, Binney pointed to historically dangerous talking points currently used by the agency to keep the American
public in the dark.
“If they say, ‘If you’ve done nothing wrong, you have nothing to hide,’ first of all that’s a great quote from
Joseph Goebbels, and secondly that’s totally irrelevant… That’s right out of Hitler’s playbook,” he said. “If
you’re going to tell a lie, make it a big one and tell it frequently until it’s believed and that’s what’s going on
During his tenure at NSA, Binney witnessed first-hand the oppressive surveillance tactics of groups such as East
Germany’s “secret police,” commonly know as the Stasi, giving him a unique historical insight into the dangers of
unchecked intelligence powers.
Like many government agencies, Binney argued that the modus operandi of the NSA has become “keep the problem
going so the money keeps flowing.”
“Their problem is getting the next contract,” he said. “If you solve the problem, you don’t have the problem to
get money. That’s their philosophy.”
By weakening global encryption standards under programs such as “Bullrun,” the NSA has also opened the door for other surveillance agencies and rogue hackers
to access important data.
“NSA has no monopoly on smart people. People around the world, hackers and people in Russia and China… also have
smart people and they can go in and hack into systems and recognize these weaknesses in the firewalls and operating
systems and encryption systems so they can penetrate everything too,” Binney said.
“The point is, if you keep those things weak, which is what the operational side of NSA wants to do because then
that allows them to see into what your doing, they can penetrate it to get it.”
Internal groups within the NSA even refuse to share vital information with one another in an attempt to keep
control of offensive and defensive operational techniques.
Binney also passionately laid out steps the American people could take to reverse the NSA’s growing worldwide
control grid during the remainder of his interview.
NSA Can Identify You By Your “Smartphone
Agency has Lockheed Martin technology to monitor finger
swipes on phones
by Steve Watson | InfoWars | May 27, 2015
The NSA has technology that can identify
anyone from the way they swipe and text on a smartphone, according to officials with Lockheed Martin who helped
The revelations were made in an interview with Lockheed IT and Security Solutions’s senior
fellow John Mears, who told Nextgov that the technology, known as ‘Mandrake’, remotely analyses the curve, speed
and acceleration of a person’s finger strokes on a device.
“Nobody else has the same strokes. People can forge your handwriting in two dimensions, but
they couldn’t forge it in three or four dimensions,” Mears said.
“Three is the pressure you put in, in addition to the two dimensions on the paper. The fourth
dimension is time. The most advanced handwriting-type authentication tracks you in four dimensions.”
Mears note that the NSA is able to actively deploy the technology right now, and could already
be using it as part of its bulk data collection program.
“We’ve done work with the NSA with that for secure gesture authentication as a technique for
using smartphones. They are actually able to use it,” said Mears.
The technology works via motion-recognition, a breakthrough originally achieved by
the US Air Force in 1978 as part of a Pentagon program to capture the behavioural
biometrics of a handwritten signature.
Several reports insinuate that the NSA may be interested in using the technology for ‘security
systems of the future’, or as an improvement on fingerprint identification. However, given that it is already
known, via Snowden leaks, that NSA has made extensive use of QWERTY keystroke technology, to monitor everything a user does on the
internet, it is impossible not to suspect this is also their goal as far as smartphones are concerned.
Perhaps another purpose may be to counter so called NSA-proof smartphones which use encryption tools to mask the identities and whereabouts
of users. Ironically, Pentagon personnel are said to already be using such devices.
The latest revelation comes on the heels of news this week that the NSA planned to infect the app stores of smartphones with spyware in order to hack into phones and
collect data from them without their users noticing.
It has been known for two years that the NSA has already managed to insert code into potentially three quarters of all smartphones.
Whatever the purpose of the technology may be, It appears that the NSA clearly is not
preparing to end its mass spying program any time soon, despite declarations by government and the media that the
agency is to be reigned in.
Steve Watson is a London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’ Infowars.com, and Prisonplanet.com. He has a Masters Degree in International Relations from the School of
Politics at The University of Nottingham, and a Bachelor Of Arts Degree in Literature and Creative Writing from
Nottingham Trent University.
NSA Whistleblower: This Is Minority
Published on Jul 20, 2015
Alex Jones talks with whistleblower William Binney about how the government is working on systems
that would allow them to predict and control the future.
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-- Harriet Tubman --
"I freed a thousand slaves; I
could have freed a thousand more, if only they knew they were slaves."
Only the vigilant can maintain their liberties, and only those who
are constantly and intelligently on the spot can hope to govern themselves effectively by democratic
"A society, most of whose members spend a great part of their time,
not on the spot, not here and now and in their calculable future, but somewhere else, in the irrelevant other
worlds of sport and soap opera, of mythology and metaphysical fantasy, will find it hard to resist the
encroachments of those who would manipulate and control it.”