Sunday, April 7, 2013

Because The Other Massive Databases Are Not Enough

Bureau of ATF
John Galt
Activist Post

It has officially become mainstream information that if you are a non-violent lover of liberty you are the embodiment of domestic terror in the United States. Add this to the 25 reports that can put you on a terror watch list for innocuous activities such as being a martial artist, or using cash for anything at all, and that is a LOT of information that needs to be warehoused and analyzed.

The Big Government of the former republic known as the United States has embarked upon just such an initiative called Big Data, a program under the direction of John P. Holdren, Obama's science czar, and author of the controversial eugenics tome, Ecoscience.

The amount of data being amassed about the lives of ordinary citizens terrorists is growing exponentially. We have seen major corporations in the areas of advertising, social media, defense contracting, and computing form partnerships with government agencies to compile virtual dossiers on all humans. Apparently much more still needs to be done . . .

The databasing of all activities, even in real time, is an openly stated goal by new projects such as the NSA's new $2 billion dollar installation in Bluffdale, Utah, as well as the many threat fusion centers that operate in conjunction with local law enforcement, private partnerships and on many university campuses. Combine this with the increasing encouragement of a snitch culture and we find ourselves beyond the slippery slope to tyranny and straight into free-fall speed.

In the wake of new gun control measures at the national and international level, as well as the federal government's growing fear of its own "sovereign" citizens, it appears that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) would like to assist the current authoritarian regime in extracting and databasing the complete personal information about those seeking guns, as well as anyone within the extended web of those individuals . . . which some might rightly call daily living.


The ATF has put out a competitive solicitation with "small business size standard of $6.50 million" for businesses that can provide a wide range of surveillance and database tech.

As highlighted by CNSNews, nearly everyone seems susceptible under a widened process of background checks, even if you never in your life have contemplated owning a firearm or committing any sort of federal offense:
The document says that the system will be utilized by staff "to provide rapid searches on various entities for example; names, telephone numbers, utility data and reverse phone look-ups, as a means to assist with investigations, and background research on people, assets and businesses." 
The system is described as a "massive online data repository system that contains a wide variety of data sources both historically and current that can be utilized in support of investigations and backgrounds."
From an overview of the solicitation, which can be found in full here:
The system "provides a means to rapidly check records across the country" and is "necessary in assisting investigators, agents and analyst to find people, their assets, relatives, associates and more.
The ATF says they will use this system to provide information to Intelligence Analysts, Special Agents, Inspectors, Financial Investigators and Law Enforcement. 
The system will also have the ability to "link structured and unstructured data to find connection points between two or more individuals." [emphasis added] (Source)
Here are the exact needs:
Base Period of Performance: 04/10/2013 - 04/09/2014
LI 001: Access to an online data repository system
NTE 5000 transaction for super phone report charge
NTE 5200 Transactions for super reverse phone lookup charge, 1, Yr;
Option 1 Period of Performance: 04/10/2014 - 04/09/2015
LI 001: Access to an online data repository system
NTE 5000 transaction for super phone report charge
NTE 5200 Transactions for super reverse phone lookup charge, 1, Yr;
Option 2 Period of Performance: 04/10/2015 - 04/09/2016
LI 001: Access to an online data repository system
NTE 5000 transaction for super phone report charge
NTE 5200 Transactions for super reverse phone lookup charge, 1, Yr;
Option 3 Period of Performance: 04/10/2016 - 04/09/2017
LI 001: Access to an online data repository system
NTE 5000 transaction for super phone report charge
NTE 5200 Transactions for super reverse phone lookup charge, 1, Yr;
Option 4 Period of Performance: 04/10/2017 - 04/09/2018
LI 001: Access to an online data repository system
NTE 5000 transaction for super phone report charge
NTE 5200 Transactions for super reverse phone lookup charge, 1, Yr; (Source)
It remains to be seen how civil liberties can be protected when just about anyone can fall under suspicion or investigation as very loose connections are to be considered legitimate for the full spectrum of government and intelligence agencies to analyze and store. It certainly hasn't been much of a consideration thus far.

The open tyranny that has been full throttle in America since 9/11 is now using every tool of propaganda and fiat law to implement its permanence. Through Suspicious Activity Reports from all sectors, the directive to enlist citizen spies, the demonization of those who value independence, and the move toward Big Data, we are witnessing the endgame of an integrated system of total control. This is the biggest threat of terror to the lives of law-abiding citizens residing on American soil.

RELATED ACTIVIST POST ARTICLE:
10 Ways We Are Being Tracked, Traced and Databased

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

They'll just keep coming until we finally say it's enough. When will that be? It probably should have been already.

Anonymous said...

I'm not worried. I know that y'all patriots with the 15 guns and truckload of ammo will rise against the guvimint, protect our Constitutional and human rights and liberate us all. Any day now. Really, any day.

Dave Phillips said...

It is kind of sad watching America implode, like watching an uncle die from alcohol poisoning, he knows he should stop and have a chance at more life but can't. We want him to stop but no pleas get through for more than a brief time when the uncle ponders the plea and decides to keep doing it anyway. Will be sad when America passes away, but like that uncle it will leave a legacy, good or bad is up to those who are driving this decline and eventual mortality.

Hide Behind said...

Give the beast all it can eat know of immigtants and others have multiple addresses. Some 20 peoples to same place remail to another still no real
trace.
9 ONCE LIVED HERE NOW MOVED ON BUT. I wish them all well. As they tell catch us if you can. NEW AN OLD DRUG RUNNER WHEN IT WAS MORE FOR FUN THAN JUST TO MAKE A DIME. HE HAD OVER 100 residecs and who knew how many names and bank accounts in canda us mexico and a couple others.
Oh they caught him but no jail he'd just feed them info and an acvount until they needed another bust. Somewheres else.
Tis alla game seriously and they will always win but still life needs a little uncertainty.
70% OF PEOPLE IN uS are about as interesting as a dead possumthey just lay on their backs smiling as they look up.
FED be doing them a favoe to bust theur doors down wakeem up for I day in their lives.
Never worry about what they get until thy knock on dorr and by then just have a good piece of news on uncles that drink too much and are in the way.

Anonymous said...

Once we gave up our "right to privacy in our communications", we lost it, and we won't get it back; so forget about it. Even the idiots in Congress, who allowed this to happen, have THEIR communications compromised, so how can you really have a "free government" when certain people know what everybody is saying, doing, where they go, etc. The tyranny is already here! The "Bill of Rights" are GONE...forever!

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