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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Pentagon makes Pokemon a No-Go

Perhaps the fears that Pokemon Go's use of Google maps to surveil players and where they travel is not too far fetched because a memo released from July 19 shows that the Pentagon has ordered its employees to desist from downloading the APP to their phones out of fear that the game could be used by foreign intelligence services to spy on them.


An anonymous source within the Pentagon released the contents of the memo to the Washington Post, which declared that the game "poses a potential a security risk to secure and sensitive facilities.”

The U.S. government just threw another log on the fire, adding to the blaze of paranoia it’s been generating around the nation’s newest threat — foreign cyber attacks. In a memo sent out July 19, Pentagon employees were told to keep Pokemon Go off their phones to prevent spying by foreign countries. 
According the The Washington Times, an anonymous source told Inside the Ring the memorandum “warned all officials and defense contractors that playing Pokemon Go, the hugely popular Japanese video game, poses a potential a security risk to secure and sensitive facilities.” 
The hugely popular augmented reality game, an app downloaded and played on smartphones, took the world by storm in the beginning of July as millions scrambled to capture little digital creatures within days of its launch. According to the Pentagon’s source, security concerns quickly arose: 
“Pokemon Go uses the Global Positioning System satellite network for maps of areas around the handheld mobile devices that utilize the application. Pentagon security officials are concerned the data obtained playing the game could provide pinpoint accuracy on the locations of rooms and other sensitive facilities where secrets are stored. The game also could provide personal data on Pentagon officials with access to secrets, information that could be used in cyber attacks or spying recruitment attempts. Pokemon Go employs Google Maps to place users within a real-world city location and then shows a figure of the game player on the map.” - Anti-media.org
For the United States, spying is not allowed unless it is THEM doing the surveillance on others.

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Military goes fascist as Pentagon appoints media and tech CEO's to advisory roles at Defense Department

It is one thing for the Department of Defense to work hand in hand with corporations that build and equip the largest military in the world, but it is quite another when they appoint civilian tech CEO's who have a long history of abusing our personal data to roles on a defense advisory board.

On Aug. 1 the Pentagon added Jeff Bezons, CEO of Amazon and the Washington Post, along with President Obama's chief attack dog Cass Sunstein, to an advisory board that already includes Google CEO Eric Schmidt.

The Pentagon’s increasingly eclectic Defense Innovation Advisory Board has reached full strength, with celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and Amazon.com founder Jeffrey P. Bezos among the latest named to a group that includes some of the private sector’s most successful leaders. 
Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter established the board in March with Alphabet chairman Eric Schmidt as its head. Already, some of the members have spent time with airmen in Nevada and sailors in San Diego, and they’ll meet with other service members Tuesday at Fort Bragg, N.C., and Wednesday in  Tampa, at the headquarters of U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command, Carter said. - Washington Post
So the Pentagon now has the head of a media outlet, the top internet search engine, and a progressive activist lawyer who once said that the government should infiltrate websites and chat rooms to vilify and attack anyone in opposition to the government narrative to advise the military on the future of innovation and control.

And for what purposes would these tech, media, and social media magnates have with our military?  Good question, but historically we have seen this before.
“It is the absolute right of the state to supervise the formation of public opinion.” 
“We shall go down in history as the greatest statesmen of all time, or as the greatest criminals”- Joseph Goebbels, Head of Hitler’s Ministry for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda

Monday, October 20, 2014

Pentagon joins in on the ‘War on Ebola’ with 30 man crisis team

During his nearly six years in office, President Obama has chosen to establish his legacy by fighting ideological wars and using the military to accomplish what scientists and civilians are better equipped to resolve.  From the war on climate change, to now, the war on Ebola, the Commander in Chief has used ideological bogeymen to justify the creation of vast bureaucracies and control mechanisms meant to last indefinitely, and consume hundreds of billions of dollars in the process.
 
Which is why in just a three week period since the Ebola scare has made it to the American shores, Obama has created the office of an Ebola Czar, signed an Executive Order to call up the National Guard, sent the 101st Airborne to Africom, and now, on Oct. 19, had his Secretary of Defense create a military run medical crisis team to respond to domestic outbreaks across the continental United States.
 
 
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