Maybe they’ll just kill me

Posted on July 27th, 2010 Dan

I was pretty disturbed by the recent Telegraph article claiming the founder of Wikileaks, Julian Assange, believes that 9/11 being an inside job is a “false conspiracy” (meaning that it’s not an inside job).

Cryptogon made a good point today that Wikileaks could be used as a honeypot, although I can’t possibly imagine it having been started by intelligence agencies like Facebook was, because some damaging material has been released there.  (Or is it?)   However Wikileaks could be co-opted by threats from intelligence agents.  For all we know that Telegraph article could have been planted to draw 9/11 truthers in to contact Wikileaks to be integrated into one of these shadow government AI threat assessment systems like the NSA Main Core.

From “The Last Roundup” by Christopher Ketcham:

The database can identify and locate perceived ‘enemies of the state’ almost instantaneously.” He and other sources tell Radar that the database is sometimes referred to by the code name Main Core. One knowledgeable source claims that 8 million Americans are now listed in Main Core as potentially suspect.

I see the bots visiting my site from various .mil hosts.  I know their systems are scouring the web, building databases and profiling us.  But what are they going to do with all this data?

Well, I for one do not welcome our new robot overlords. The drone army the Elite are amassing and the wealth of private data they are processing ultimately can be used as an automated, selective extermination system. Systems like IBM CRUSH will be used to interface with the Main Core profiles for targeting individuals.

IBM Hollerith Machine

IBM Hollerith Machine

ARMONK – 21 Jul 2010: IBM today announced that Memphis Police Department (MPD) has enhanced its crime fighting techniques with IBM predictive analytics software and reduced serious crime by more than 30 percent, including a 15 percent reduction in violent crimes since 2006. MPD is now able to evaluate incident patterns throughout the city and forecast criminal “hot spots” to proactively allocate resources and deploy personnel, resulting in improved force effectiveness and increased public safety.

But of course IBM was a a pioneer of the human tracking industry from the onset.  They provided some of the earliest punch card computers to the fascist governments of Germany and Spain to track prisoners.

A combination of biological and chemical weapons (including slow-kill sterilants and toxicants like fluoridated water, GM foods, and metal aerosol in chemtrails) to sterilize and reduce population overall, and targeted drone or satellite beam weapon strikes against “high value” (dissident/subversive) targets– worldwide, on demand, and eventually under the autonomous control of their AI threat assessment systems, will be used to bring the world’s population down to “manageable” numbers.  In the eyes of many elitie eugenicist “sustainability” fanatics, around 10% of current population would be ideal.  But of course it’s not going to be easy to get 90% humans to kill each other.  That’s why they need the drones.

After the US invades a few more countries and goes completely bankrupt as it’s intended to, we’ll be begging for them to let us into the work camps so we can manufacture their robot army of death.  Most people on this planet are already serving the Western Military-Industrial Complex anyway, they just don’t realize it.

Eventually I may get hauled off in a van and nobody will hear from me again.  But people who are being called on to do the dirty work of the financial elite, the energy companies, defense contractors, and the whole machinery of this new Babylon system… you better do some soul searching.  None of us are going to escape this world. You might as well be on the side of freedom and individuality, not  techno-fascism, cause your life means nothing to them either way, and your kids will grow up to be slaves.

All I can say is I’m gona do what I have to to protect myself and my family.   And I’m not going to your fucking concentration camp.

Here’s my message to Wikileaks. Haven’t heard anything back yet (probably because it’s an intelligence operation)

Julian et al –

I’m puzzled by this article in the Belfast Telegraph in which they claim that you believe 9/11 is a false conspiracy and not really an inside job.

Since Wikileaks is familiar with the corruption in intelligence agencies and governments of the world, surely you would not be so quick to dismiss this possibility, with such a mountain of forensic evidence and credible eyewitness testimony supporting it.

If you truly haven’t started down that rabbit hole yet, I recommend you do some reading about WTC7.

I’d like to post an official response from Julian and Wikileaks on this issue.  My blog has a lot of info about wtc7 if you’d care to read it:

I believe Wikileaks’ position on this issue is very important.  A mod in your IRC channel (odin) says that since Wikileaks hasn’t received any leaked documents on this issue, thus has no official position on it.  However a neutral position is different from a dismissive one as the Guardian repoted.

Please study this issue and choose your position carefully.  Dismissing this mother of all conspiracies will not bode well for your credibility.  I would hate to see Wikileaks go down on the wrong side of history.

Best regards,

From the Telegraph article:

“I believe in facts about conspiracies,” he says, choosing his words slowly. “Any time people with power plan in secret, they are conducting a conspiracy. So there are conspiracies everywhere. There are also crazed conspiracy theories. It’s important not to confuse these two. Generally, when there’s enough facts about a conspiracy we simply call this news.” What about 9/11? “I’m constantly annoyed that people are distracted by false conspiracies such as 9/11, when all around we provide evidence of real conspiracies, for war or mass financial fraud.” What about the Bilderberg conference? “That is vaguely conspiratorial, in a networking sense. We have published their meeting notes.”


47 Responses to “Maybe they’ll just kill me”

  1. did you see that john young video interview the othe rmonth? it was on cryptogon and other places. based on the interview, on the question of ‘why would this be a honeypot if this is releasing damaging information’ his response would be at least that most leaks are controlled, strategic,, the info is not the extremely critical stuff,, and that its a manufactured threat that justifies ever greater budgets, surveillance-state measures. its just another variant on the false flag tactic. you should definitely check it out if you havent seen it, i cant quite remember the date/month.