Friday, 1 June 2012

how to beat the spy bots

As we know, having our lives reflected on the net means that we are
vulnerable to thieves, snoops and government spies. This is illegal
but who's gonna sue?

What this means is that net people need to stop revealing themselves,
or start learning a new language, with their friends. You see,
it's English words they're looking for, so write in Spanish, for e.g.

Or make up your own palabres in your bario, hommes.

There's also a letter below, which shows you how
you can track your trackers.
If you read Zerohedge, chances are you're being followed.

IshitUnot: Zerohedge
Guest Post: Uncle Sam Admits Monitoring You For These 377 WordsSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 05/31/2012 17:19 -0400
Submitted by Simon Black from Sovereign Man
.. Facebook, a.k.a. the US government’s domestic intelligence center, is the primary target for this monitoring… though it’s become clear so many times before that various departments, including the NSA and FBI, are monitoring online activity ranging from search terms to emails.
[here are some words from the list, and why they've been chosen, IMHO-Cos67]

Pork – [POLITICAL slush funds. US politicians don't want their gravy train derailed]
FBI, etc [too obvious]
Food Poisoning, e.coli- [to stop protests against the out of control meat packing sector that causes thousands of deaths a year]
Body scanner- [to stop protests against TSA groping]
Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan- [to stop anybody who's against US military policy]
Earthquake- [to stop opponents of fracking]
Cain and abel- fratricidal goons

Paul Atreides
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