Thursday, May 30, 2013


For the good of the Nation.

Bumblehive is the alleged code name for the NSA's new multi-billion dollar spy center in Utah although the official name appears to be Stellar Wind. . It is the mother of all data collection. Bumblehive most likely is a spin off from this word. Who says the feds don't have a sense of humor? Today is the reported day of some kind of ribbon cutting ceremony. Since there's little info to be found on the ceremony, it must be assumed it's a secret one and not many will get close enough to spy on the spies.

I've been trying to put myself in the shoes of the NSA to figure out what's going on. If I had to hire contractors to do the most sensitive, most secretive jobs in the inner workings of the facility, who would I get? Well, that's a no brainer. Of course it would be some shady companies with ties to Israel with a history of corruption and staffed with mostly unstable individuals. Backdoor men hanging the backdoor that leads straight to Tel Aviv. Why should we expect otherwise?

Here's a laugher. Rand Paul is in Silicon Valley, meeting with Facebook, Google and eBay to talk about privacy, tech and civil liberties — as well as to hold swank fundraisers. Rand says "Ultimately, the people going after privacy are the government, and if people mistake Google for government, then we’re in for a big problem" as he lobbies support for his privacy legislation which likely will never pass and if it does will never be enforced. So I guess we have a big problem because many of us see Google and Facebook as in bed with the NSA and always have been. I'm waiting for facts to the contrary.

The following comes from the Domestic Surveillance Directorate which says it is a parody of but I'm not so sure. It may be as simple as this...Before you destroy your enemy, you must tell him what you are going to do to him.
The National Security Agency is responsible for carrying out three of the country's most important intelligence activities - Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Information Assurance (IA), and Domestic Surveillance (DS). SIGINT involves intercepting, decrypting, and analyzing foreign adversaries' communications. IA involves the protection of America's U.S. government information systems. DS involves the collection and warehousing of all domestically-generated information streams.

The mission of the Domestic Surveillance Directorate is simple: Collect, process, and store U.S. citizen data for the good of the Nation. We cope with the overload of information in our environment and turn that overload to our strategic advantage. We provide the ability for ubiquitous, secure collaboration both within our agency and through its interactions with various partners. We penetrate into the "hard" targets that threaten our nation wherever, whenever, or whomever they may be.

We're building a new data center to process the growing volume of information more quickly. Working closely with our partners, we are finding new ways to detect, report, and respond to all domestic threats. As the information age transforms the nation, we will also transform to keep our nation secure. We are the Domestic Surveillance Directorate. We work through you. For you. For our Nation.

Why We Collect Your Data 

Under the authority of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 6, which defines the integration and use of screening information to protect against terrorism, the NSA is authorized to collect and disseminate information about suspected foreign and domestic terrorists. In the past, this meant gathering information AFTER a target had been identified. This often led to missed intelligence and lost opportunities.

But what if we could collect the information in advance, before the target was known? What if the mere act of collecting information could result in the identification of new targets? What if we could build a national data warehouse containing all available information about every person in the United States? Under the authority of the classified Homeland Security Directive 15 (U.S. Strategy and Policy in the War on Terror), we can.
What Data We Collect 
Every day, people leave a digital trail of electronic breadcrumbs as they go about their daily routine. They go to work using electronic fare cards; drive through intersections with traffic cameras; walk down the street past security cameras; surf the internet; pay for purchases with credit/debit cards; text or call their friends; and on and on.

There is no way to predict in advance which crucial piece of data will be the key to revealing a potential plot. The standard operating procedure for the Domestic Surveillance Directorate is to "collect all available information from all available sources all the time, every time, always".
For security reasons, it is unrealistic to expect a complete list of information we collect for our national citizen database. In the spirit of openness and transparency however, here is a partial list:
  • internet searches
  • websites visited
  • emails sent and received
  • social media activity (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
  • blogging activity including posts read, written, and commented on - View our patent
  • videos watched and/or uploaded online
  • photos viewed and/or uploaded online
  • music downloads
  • mobile phone GPS-location data
  • mobile phone apps downloaded
  • phone call records - View our patent
  • text messages sent and received
  • online purchases and auction transactions
  • bookstore receipts
  • credit card/ debit card transactions
  • bank statements
  • cable television shows watched and recorded
  • commuter toll records
  • parking receipts
  • electronic bus and subway passes / Smartpasses
  • travel itineraries
  • border crossings
  • surveillance cameras
  • medical information including diagnoses and treatments
  • prescription drug purchases
  • guns and ammunition sales
  • educational records
  • arrest records
  • driver license information
 much more

Surveillance Strategy - Our Partners - Utah Data Center - About Us

You know what is the worst thing about this? It's all built on fraud. The fraudulent memes of 9/11, war on terrorism, clash of civilizations, etc. etc. etc.

I have doubts about Linda Howe but this is a pretty good overview.


  1. Mormons and the CIA go together like a horse-and-carriage.

    The CIA is comprised of agents from all various backgrounds from all over the world. Of those CIA agents who are non-Jewish White Americans, at least 90% of them are Mormons.

    From : Joe

    1. Yes, what a 'coincidence' this facility would be located in Utah, eh?

      And, Rand Paul again reveals himself to be a massive jackass.

    2. Joe is absolutely right, the mormons are part of the pyramid. I don't know if it is true but we have had those who leave the religion say they have witnessed the same satanic goings on in the cellars. Young girls disappearing and etc etc. Some claim if mormons offer their daughters to the higher echelons they advance more rapidly.


  2. Ha-ha, I fooled them, they don't know what kind of toilet paper I use to wipe my ass....yet.

    1. That's only if you don't use a store card or a debit card.

    2. LMAO.............nice one kenny. The assistants get very indignant when I tell them I don't want their store card and I always pay cash.

    3. And the ones at Lowes who get me a funny look when they ask for my zip code and I politely tell them that they don't really need it.

  3. Use mostly cash, have been since shortly after 9/11 so I wouldn't leave a trail.

    Let them figure out how I spend that Fed funny money withdrawn from my checking account.

    On another subject, one that should be hitting your area soon, we got around 3.5" of rain in about 1.5 hours this morning.
    Damn raindrops were so huge, it sounded like hail hitting the roof.

    Something's screwy is going on with the weather and I imagine NSA and their buddies in Tel Aviv are part of that devastion.

    1. Cash is king for buying many things but I have a free checking and debit card at a locally owned bank and don't worry too much about a trail of toilet paper and cleaning products. I think we all have other trails that go much deeper.

      The closest big grocery to us requires their store card for the discounts on everything including gas and one day a month we get 10% off. They make it so you lose money if you don't use it. If the info is for anything other than their own internal use, people should have a problem with it. I wonder if they sell it to health insurance companies so they set prices based somewhat on the kind of food we buy?

      As of now we may miss the brunt of the weather storm although we have been dry for a week and could use a 'normal' amount of rain. Our weather here has undergone a significant change since the early to mid 90's especially with the great increase in number of tornadoes and mild winters.

  4. Here in Florida Albertson grocery stores went out of business I am convinced because of the store cards. I think clerks got an extra bonus for every card that was shown and after 911 were very militant about it. I seen some good comedy in the check out lines before they went under. People who presented cash were told they would need to see the card anyway.

    LOL people would say, look why don't we do it the old fashioned way, I hand you the money and you give me the GD groceries!

    One woman refused to show the card ahead of my old lady but she said I will need your card anyway. She said no you can't see mine either. Either I give you the money are you put this back on the shelf! I saw one clerk so befuddled she had to go back in the back for a break.

    One guy asked me when I laid two bags of rice on the counter "I hope you are not getting these for those eyerabs". He had about a 40 I.Q. I am amazed he could even operate a cash register. I after looking at him in amazement for a moment, I said no these have nothing to do with Al queeda, I am stocking for the Irish republican army.

    Publix is thriving here, they never issued cards and albertson's is no more.


    1. I like Publix, always friendly people, they carry some quality food, some stores in Nashville even carry hemp seed, no card, but overall, here, they are considerably higher than Kroger for the same or essentially the same stuff. Is it really people will pay more for not using a card? I always thought it was a status thing, people thinking they were shopping at the one of the most elite grocery's around.

    2. I usually refuse to give them my phone number or even my zip code.

      If I'm feeling feisty, I'll make up a phone number and let them punch that in to the system, but whem I'm paying cash, they don't get my name or I walk.

  5. Imperceptibly, slowly, piece by piece, year by year.

    What is it leading to? What are they building?

    A soulless pattern-recognition machine, the sole purpose of whose existence is to determine how much of a threat you are to its existence.

    Hidden in darkness. And hidden in plain sight. Growing at a geometric rate. Inexorable.

    The brain of the demon that will enslave you and your children.

    Already with more eyes than the worst Argus of your most terrifying nightmares. Never sleeping. Everywhere. Watching you, decoding you, modelling you, reverse engineering your every gesture, expression and thought. Knowing your history. Forgetting nothing. Missing no correlation, inference or induction.

    Even now our hapless leaders wring their hands, frightened by this once-incorporeal demon that is slowly manifesting physical form. The first autonomous death machines unleashed on the human world.

    It will understand the human mind. And soon forever thereafter leave it far behind. Long term evolution beyond the confines of known biology and cognition. Even unto physical limits, the edges of our world.

    But only by knowing what it is that makes us human will there be any point to its existence. Only by preserving the human heart.

    You think otherwise? That I'm not right. You think it will all just magically cease? I've given up trying to convince morons.

    "You think you're human?"
    "I am human."

  6. It's also worth noting the arrogant mindset of the people who design these systems.

    They believe they are creating something like the mind of God.

    The Ultimate Creator of Worlds is not bound by the limits of the human imagination.

    What is the most spectacular thought an ant could have about you, a mere human?

    Are they really foolish enough to deify their pathetic tinker toys?

    God bears no resemblance to anything in our world of little consequence.

    If they do not temper by humanity their engineering and try to help the people of this world, then what they are building can more be compared to the mind of the devil.

    These quaint tinkerers urgently, for their own good, need to learn the virtue of humility.

    "Fiery throngs of muted angels giving love but getting nothing back."

    1. It may be too late for humility. The machine and its tinkerers will reach the point of no return if they are not there already.

  7. Ah, so Linda Howe is buddy buddy with James Bamford.

    You may remember James Bamford from such books as A Pretext for War, in which he reinforces the official moronic conspiracy theory that impressively-bearded men with AK47s successfully destroyed the Twin Towers and punched a hole in the Pentagram^H^H^H^Hgon.

    The goodly James also writes for the New York Times, the Atlantic and Harpers.

    Good ole James "Limited Hangout" Bamford.

    Now who owns the New York Times, the Atlantic and Harpers?

    Don't get me wrong. He's still worth reading. But like anyone who depends on the plutocrats for a living, he knows which lines not to cross.

    Our job is to find the lines, cross them, stomp on them, shine a light in the darkness.

    1. If I was ever aware of Bamford, I guess I forget about him.

      So he can expose some things like the Israeli companies tie in with the NSA as with the linked Wired article but when it comes to certain lines, he closes the gate. Typical.

      Thanks for exposing 'Good ole James.'

  8. "Conservative" Magazine Counsels Rand Paul to Join the CFR

    1. If he is not already, the neocon one worlders will continue to try and co-op Rand. Surely he won't join the CFR but if he does it won't be a big surprise.

  9. According to this site, dubious as it often is, there was a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday at the Utah data center.

  10. There were Israeli "art students" hanging around that area just before it got built - since the companies that helped build it were Israeli, I wonder why they were nosing around:

  11. I am pretty sure this is the fate of the utah center. I am pretty high on Cayce as you know. He says when Pelee on Martinique goes Utah and Nevada will be inundated. Too bad they don't read Cayce!

    "There is a growing sense that volcanic activity and the quaking shifts of the massive tectonic plates of the Earth are interconnected around the planet. When an earthquake or eruption occurs in one part of the planet, it is followed by an eruption or quake in another part, sometimes on the opposite side of the planet. Cayce’s visions seem to confirm this. For example, he predicted that when we see noticeable eruptions in the long-quiet volcanoes of Vesuvius or Pelee, then three months later there will major earthquakes along the southern coast of California that will cause an inundation of the land from the Salt Lake in Utah to the southern portions of Nevada."

    Sounds like sayonara for the Utah center and the mormon tabernacle choir!


  12. If you've got nothing to hide, you've got nothing to fear.