The Land of the Free-ish

Most of the people I follow on Twitter, or Youtube, already believe that the news is fake, so they use alternative. If they’re Trump fans, they’re reading Breitbart which exaggerates about the migrant caravans!

Elemi Fuentes

My American friends always like to boast that America is ‘the land of the free’ and ‘the land of opportunity’. I get that. We all love our own homelands. But when it comes to America, how free are you exactly?

For instance, you have no privacy when it comes to travelling. Everywhere you go and everything you do is logged and recorded and sent to the Department of Homeland Security to further classify and analyse your movements and your habits.

The DHS, in conjunction with other agencies, uses a system known as IDENT. IDENT is a continually growing database that holds biometric information and other personal data on over 220-millions unique individuals and processes 350,000 fingerprint transactions every day, of people who have entered, attempted to enter, and exited the United States of America.

Department of Homeland Security video on travelling inspections

After 9/11 and…

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Facial recognition: coming to a town near you


Elemi Fuentes

Mass surveillance tools such as face recognition are often sold to the citizens under the guise of ‘protection’. Usually the ‘protection’ is from terrorists that somehow are never caught before the act, yet allowed to rampage our streets and create chaos for the benefit of The Government’s private agenda: more mass surveillance and the steady diminishing of our personal rights.

But is it really all done for our own protection? Or is there a more sinister motive behind it all?

As it turns out, not only is The Government tracking your every movement, but facial recognition is currently being used to ban residents from City Halls and other venues simply for disagreeing with a Town Hall’s policies.

City Halls Use Facial Recognition To Blacklist And Ban Residents.

The current move happened in Boise City Hall and City Hall West, Idaho. As reported by MassPrivateI, they used the technology to…

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