What Is Really Going On With The RV

Date: Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 12:13 PM

A new Historical Bond Tax Treaty went into effect at 12:01 AM EST Friday in the USA. This was the last piece of the international law and compliance puzzle because it restored the dignity of the Chinese people, as well as settled their past due international gold commitments.

- The treaty was altered to include Euros and Pound Sterlings along with the new USA TRN/ USN.

- The Admiral received his release authorization sometime before sunrise Friday in the USA. There is a methodical process now in place to disburse reevaluated funds, known only to the Admiral and the Elders. Expect them to be very methodical and calculated in their funding payouts, as not to place unnecessary stress on the new algorithms designed to regulate/monitor the global money supply.

- The X-Stream software platform (Nasdaq) has been tested and is operational to prevent high frequency trading from egregiously taking advantage and/or crashing the new system.

- The global gold signatory physically was in Zurich and London for vault SKR sign offs.

- All universal administrative holds were lifted (we cannot emphasize strongly enough how significant this single event is for the world's long-term prosperity), when two generals from China witnessed a Treasury Department Head Representative, along with the Admiral and a Chinese Elder Banking Representative, perform release protocols that ended the universal administrative hold via Elder SKR gold approval. Together, they literally threw the switch launching the new parallel banking system that was decades in the making.

- The birth of the Global Currency Revaluation officially began at 12:01 PM CST Thursday 10.16.14 (12:01 AM EST Friday 10.17.14 in the USA). The Chinese have long said this would be a day time event ... and it was.

- This same day time event was originally scheduled for Wednesday, 10.1.14--but the delay of two weeks was exchanged for additional removals of US military bases and weapon systems in Europe and Asia. You see, whenever there was a delay in pre-agreed GCR implementation protocol, the planet was intentionally made more peaceful and/or healthier.

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FOREX

WATCH THE FOREX THIS WEEK FOR RESET. DINAR & DONG ARE SUPPOSE TO SHOW UP. GREEN LIGHT FOR GOING TO THE BANK

Easy way to keep up with the Forex Exchange Rates. Notice these are out of CDT with time posted.

IQD - Dinar at: http://www.barchart.com/quotes/forex/%5EUSDIQD

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Monday, November 12, 2012

Massive surveillance nation: Police now using license plate scanners to collect intelligence on cars, no crime necessary



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Massive surveillance nation: Police now using license plate scanners to collect intelligence on cars, no crime necessary

Saturday, November 10, 2012 by: J. D. Heyes


(NaturalNews) The newest version of the popular video game, "Assassin's Creed," is set in 1775, "a time of unrest in the American colonies." The theme is, of course, the Revolutionary War and it evokes thoughts of the colonists' struggle for freedom and independence from Great Britain.

For me, the game also conjures up thoughts about our country's founding document, the U.S. Constitution and especially the Bill of Rights, which are so badly under assault some 230 years after our founding fathers fought - and died - to enact them.

That is especially true of the Fourth Amendment's right to privacy, and how, little by little, that right to be secure in our "persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures," is simply vanishing.

Nowhere is this more evident than in the growing surveillance society in which we live, where police are now using tens of thousands of surveillance cameras to monitor Americans everywhere they go, especially when they drive.

Scan an entire mall in a matter of minutes

"License plate scanners are nothing new for law enforcement, but more and more agencies across the U.S. are relying on the technology as equipment becomes more affordable. As the cost of being able to catch a glimpse at every automobile in town drops day by day, though, the odds of being surveilled for simply riding around town is doing just the opposite," RT.comreported.

A recent blog post at PrivacySOS.org lays bare the issue: It directs web surfers to a YouTube video produced by 
PIPS Technology
, a firm that describes itself as a world leader in automated license plate recognition, which is otherwise known as "ALPR" technology.

The technology is installed in police cars around the country. In Little Rock, Ark., for instance, officers say the equipment is well worth the $18,000-per-unit cost.

But while cops are touting its effectiveness, the company itself is silent when it comes to discussing the blatant violations of privacy that occur with each use.

"[It] can scan the mall parking lot in a matter of minutes," Sgt. Brian Dedrick, of the North Little Rock Police Department, tells Arkansas Matters of his ALPR scanner. "We couldn't even do that three years go."

Lt. Christopher Morgon of the Long Beach Police Dept. in southern California agrees that the ALPR technology installed in his agency's cruisers allow officers to do something they could not just a few years ago.

Before adding the technology, he says, officers could only manually dial in about 150 license plates during a shift. But after equipping patrol cars with the ALPR software and adding scores of 
surveillance
 cameras, Morgon says that now, the department does much more than just that.

Time to reign in technology

"If you dedicated your day to driving around and putting your vehicle in a place where there's lots of cars, you could read anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 plates in that same shift," he said, adding that a single patrol car can collect data from upwards of three surveillance cameras simultaneously.

Think about it - 10,000 
license
 plates a day can add megabytes of data to a department's database in a very short period of time. But it is all only used to track down suspects?

In the advertisement, Morgon explains that his department's 
police
 cruisers pick up intelligence on every car within sight and logs their location information without ever having to obtain probable cause, which is supposed to be a constitutional requirement - and that's only if someone has been suspected of actually committing a crime.

"Its catching cars that are parked on the side of the road three lanes over. The old technology never would have done that," he says in the advertisement.

Clearly, technology is being used to render our constitutional protections moot. It's way past time for those protections to be reaffirmed by those we elect to serve us.

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