Many people logon to facebook daily looking to connect with old friends and classmates and family, and perceive facebook to be a innocent social networking site, which I say unto you, these people have been deceived. The difference between a mugshot and a facebook, is that a mugshot is taken by officiating officers to have a photographic record of the arrested individual to allow for identification by victims and investigators, as where a facebook is an individual solely giving officiating officers a photographic record to allow for identification by the CIA. When you book something, you register it and make an official note of the details of an object or person. The question those who logon to facebook should be asking themselves is, what is being booked about them without their permission?
Semblance of A Facebook ID
The people never stop to consider, why is this site asking for their location, date of birth, relationship status, political views, religious views, a bio, activities they like, their interests, their mobile numbers, music they like, books they like, movies they like, television shows they like, schools they attended, and their place of employment? The people never stop to think, now if this site is suppose to be for connecting with classmates and friends and keeping in touch with family, then whats the reason for me giving information such as my race and gender and schools I attended, if my family and classmates and friends already know me? If they are your friends, how come you just can’t call them up or go visit them? This should really make you wonder who would need to know this information really? Someone that is not your friend nor family nor classmate or co-worker, but rather somebody along the lines of committing identity theft.
Facebook is backed by the CIA, Department of Defense, the Pentagon, and their information collecting branches such as DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), and IOA (Information Awareness Office). The CIA is not audited for its hiring of new recruits, and since 2006 it has been using Facebook to recruit new agents, and is able to do so simply because its a organization that’s not under federal regulations. DARPA, being funded by the Central Intelligence Agency, also runs the Information Awareness Office (IOA), and there task given for Facebook, is to collect data on as many people as possible in a centralized location, for the United States Government profiling of citizens for their New World Order. This the people never bring into thought, because they have been trained into an illusion, therefore they unable to catch the deception that is being run on them.
Then to go all out with it and further establish their profiling of the public, they let the people upload photos to the site, but don’t tell them their photos are being used for 3D imaging of them and their family and their friends and classmates. Marketing campaigns are aggressively being pushed by digital media corporations to obtain your facial biometrics, some of you might be wondering what is that? Well it comprises methods for uniquely recognizing humans based upon one or more intrinsic physical or behavioral traits. This facial technology is used as a form of identity access management and access control, also used to identify individuals in groups that are under surveillance. So those that are under surveillance on these social networking sites, are those who are being asked for personal information that family and friends and classmates should already know, you the people are the terrorists. Every picture that you upload to Facebook or Google becomes the property of the government and they can do as they wish with that property. Facebook’s terms and conditions confirm that the company can do as they wish with any personal photos or information of any user at their discretion.
“by posting Member Content to any part of the Web site, you automatically grant, and you represent and warrant that you have the right to grant, to Facebook an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, fully paid, worldwide license to use, copy, perform, display, reformat, translate, excerpt and distribute such information and content and to prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such information and content, and to grant and authorize sublicenses of the foregoing.”
“Facebook may also collect information about you from other sources, such as newspapers, blogs, instant messaging services, and other users of the Facebook service through the operation of the service (e.g. photo tags) in order to provide you with more useful information and a more personalized experience. By using Facebook, you are consenting to have your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States.”
Did you know that since December 2006, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been using facebook.com to recruit potential employees into its National Clandestine Service? A major source of funding into Facebook ($US12.7 million) came from the venture capital firm Accel Partners, in which its manager James Breyer was formerly chairman of the National Venture Capital Association, and served on the board with Gilman Louie, CEO of In-Q-Tel, a venture capital firm established by the Central Intelligence Agency in 1999, didn’t know did you? One of the company’s key areas of expertise are in “data mining technologies”, in which Dr. Anita Jones served on In-Q-Tel’s board, and had been director of Defense Research and Engineering for the US Department of Defense. She was also an adviser to the Secretary of Defense and overseeing the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which is responsible for high-tech, high-end development. It was when a journalist lifted the lid on the DARPA’s Information Awareness Office that the public began to show concern at its information mining projects of which biometric facial recognition was a key component.
Understand that not only can they scan items on your Facebook page, but their facial recognition and biometric applications can scan every single photograph within Facebook (billions of images) in real-time, that’s the kind of advanced technology and computing power they operate. So regardless of whether it is your profile or a front shot, if your facial biometric signature is anywhere on their database and they have a reference screen capture from a video or even a faxed copy of your photograph, they can retrieve a match with almost 90% accuracy. The success and massive marketing strategies by social networking portals have made facial recognition technology that much more attractive to governments. This technology has proliferated because of public compliance and willful disclosure of personal information, like dumb sheep. They give the people quizzes and applications to get further personal information from them, and like sheep being led to the slaughter, the people take them and accept them willingly and pass them on to friends and family and classmates, thus not knowing they selling out their friends and family and classmates to the agenda of the Shadow Government. Then these serpents figured out another way to set a trap for the people, in which instead of the people continuing to send out messages and entering in the security captions, they now offer them the chance to do away with having to enter in the security caption. Guess how the people can do that, by entering in their mobile number, and upon facebook receiving it and establishing their identity, they then send them a verification code.
The truth is by the people entering their cell phone number, IOA can track them based on their cell phone GPS and use their photos as a visual of them. IOA transforms information (referred to as plain text) using an algorithm (called cipher) to make it unreadable to anyone except those possessing special knowledge, which is why upon the people examining their cookies, they don’t know its spyware. Therefore they unaware that their every move on their computer whether offline or online, is being recorded. This form of operation the IOA drafted from military’s and governments in which they used them to facilitate secret communication. These social networking sites are for DARPA and the CIA to communicate with each other, while in the process using IOA which is the Information Awareness Office which is owned by DARPA, to collect data on as many people as possible in a centralized location, for profiling them into a New World Order. The people have no idea that facebook is not actually free, cause if they go to their tools bar on their browser menu, and turn off their cookies, facebook will sign them out on its own, and will not let them sign back in unless they turn their cookies back on, same thing with myspace.
The people have no idea how the applications are encrypted on Facebook, which therefore they just accept them and take the quizzes and join groups which seem so innocent, not knowing they are actually giving IOA access to everything on their hard drive. So even when their not on facebook or myspace for the matter, whatever site they visit frequently, the spy-ware cookies track their every move, thus enables the Facebook pirates to format ads they might be interested into, based off of tracking their visits to various other websites. This is how they collect data on the people using these social networking sites, they give the people factious names of them who are said to be the creators of these social networking sites as being the founders. The Jewish Elite then pays them, in which by them I’m referring to the ones selected out to be the founders, to appear on selected news stations owned by the Jewish Elite. So now the people have a young face to put as the founder of these social networking sites, therefore they never suspect the government to be behind them and the founders of them.
Mark Zuckerberg Below In Picture
For instance with Facebook, it is said to be conceived by Mark Zuckerberg, but whats kept from mainstream is that he stole the concept of creating a social network aimed at college students, from Divya Narendra, and Aaron Greenspan, both Harvard students whom you can find now on facebook. Lets start from the beginning, by his sophomore year, Zuckerberg built a website called Coursematch.com, that enabled students to register for courses online and see who else was signing up for the same classes. This project didn’t last long and came to an abrupt end, Zuckerberg was running it from his laptop, which crashed from the demand. Then one night sitting alone in his dorm in 2003 after being rebuffed by a woman he liked, he started drinking and logged onto his blog and created an entry titled “Harvard Face Mash: The Process.” His plan was as simple as it was vindictive, which was to create a site called Facemash.com, then hack into Harvard’s directory, download pictures of his classmates and post them online next to photos of farm animals to rate who was more desirable. Wait, you didn’t know this, let me guess the media didn’t talk about this nor did he when he was on Oprah right?
This would kill that geeky nerd good guy image, being hurt cause he was rebuffed by a woman he liked, so Zuckerberg hacked into the night, breaking into the private user data of each of Harvard’s residences and blogging proudly about his exploits every step of the way. This he began doing before 10pm on a Tuesday night, then around 11:09pm he blogged saying his invention was in full swing. His site became an instant hit, students across campus were emailing one another about Facemash, more than 450 people signed up, logging 22,000 page views. Within hours, school officials tracked down Zuckerberg and shut off his web access, then later in a hearing before Harvard’s administrators, he was accused of violating student privacy and downloading school property without permission. Amazing how now he is not guilty of the same accusations brought against him in college seeing as how the people upload their pictures and information voluntarily. He was a nobody at Harvard until he done that, which established him an identity on campus as a renegade programmer.
And he had also learned an invaluable lesson.
“People,” he summarized later in a deposition, “are more voyeuristic than what I would have thought.”
Zuckerberg wasn’t the only student at Harvard exploring the web’s potential for bringing people together, unknown to mainstream, ten months before Zuckerberg launched Facemash, a Harvard junior named Divya Narendra had come up with the idea of creating a social network aimed at college students. Divya was the son of a doctor, he grew up in Bayside, New York and had a mind for mathematics in which he got a near perfect score on the SAT.
He later stated:
“I – and my friends, who were in the same dorm – had the feeling that there were too many barriers and a lack of time for students at Harvard to do social networking,” he would recall.
Translation, they felt left out of the social stream, so Divya went to two of his dormmates, identical twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, and told them he had an idea for an online community for Harvard students, with access granted only to those with a college e-mail address, and the twins instantly recognized the idea’s potential. So throughout 2003, Divya and the twins worked on the site, having to hire several fellow students to help them code it, but by that fall, the site still wasn’t finished. Then in November, they had heard about the rise and fall of Zuckerberg’s Facemash, and decided to contact him and catch some of his computing heat. On the phone, Divya told Zuckerberg the site called “the Harvard Connection”, would have two sections, “dating” and “connecting”, so that students could post photos of themselves, enter personal information and search for links. Divya and the twins wanted Zuckerberg to do about 10 hours of programming, and in return they offered him a piece of the company. So then that month, Zuckerberg met with them, and he agreed to work on the site, then later claimed that he had no faith in the ability of his partners to pull the project off.
“My most socially inept friends at the school had a better idea of what would attract people to a Website than these guys,” he scoffed in a deposition.
This we call being two faced, cause in his emails at the time, Zuckerberg was conciliatory to the partners, in which he said:
“I have most of the coding done,” he assured them in November. “It seems like everything is working.”
Then over the next two months, he kept making excuses for putting them off, claiming “I forgot to bring my charger home with me for Thanksgiving”, while assuring them that things shouldn’t take much longer. Then later Zuckerberg admitted that he did only a little work on the site in December and none in January. So as the weeks went by, the partners started to get anxious, because everytime they tried to meet with Zuckerberg, he postponed meeting with them, blaming his busy schedule. Then one of the twins named Cameron Winklevoss, pressured him to finish the job, saying “hey mark, drop me a line when you get a chance,” he wrote on January 6th. Then two days later, Zuckerberg replied with an apology saying: “I’m completely swamped with work this week. I have three programming projects and a final paper due by Monday.”
Then finally on January 14th, Zuckerberg pulled what we call a hoe move on them, he met with Divya and the twins, despite his previous assurances that all the code for the site was nearly ready, he told them that they should get another programmer, this was shocking news to them. Then later on Zuckerberg said while under oath, that he began writing the code for “TheFacebook”, his site’s first incarnation, in January, presumably right after his last meeting with the partners from the Harvard Connection, which that would explain why he didn’t do as he promised Divya and the twins and finish up the code in January. Zuckerberg later claimed that it took him in between homework and finals, maybe a week or two to finish his site’s first incarnation, which is amazing because he claimed to be to busy with work having three programming projects and a final paper due by that Monday which he had told the Harvard Connection on January 8th. So like a true con artist and thief, he dropped working with Divya and the twins the Harvard Connection, and used their ideas to go into business for himself., and what he didn’t tell them, was that he officially registered the original Facebook site with his web provider on January 11th, which was 3 days before he gave them the brushoff telling them to get another programmer. His lawyers told the court that it was “on or about” then that he started coding Facebook.
But wait thats not all, because remember one of the guys whose idea he stole also was a fellow student named Aaron Greenspan. Back in September of 2003, a month before Zuckerberg had posted his Facemash site, Aaron had launched a networking portal for Harvard students. The site was a new version of a project he had created as a member of the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center, a student organization with a $3 million endowment. His earlier effort which allowed students to post addresses and other personal information, turned into a disaster. The Crimson slammed it as a possible invasion of privacy, and Aaron received a warning from Harvard. So after retooling the site, he relaunched it with a section called “TheFacebook”, in which only very few students signed up for it then. Then like the Harvard Connection guys, he heard that another student had hacked the university’s data and used it to create a hot or not site. So he emailed Zuckerberg at the end of October and invited him to join the Student Entrepreneurship Council, which Zuckerberg responded vowing to check out the next meeting. Then deep in the night of January 6th, a week before he dumped his Harvard Connection partners, Zuckerberg emailed Aaron for advice on a “topsecret project” he was working on.
Which now you should be beginning to see how he laid the whole format for Facebook by stealing like Bill Gates, the ideas from others and giving them no credit. Zuckerberg said to Aaron in email:
“I was thinking of making a Web app that would use the Harvard course catalog, but I’m a little worried about the university getting upset after the whole Facemash episode,” he wrote. “I know you used info from the catalog… (which is awesome, by the way), so I was wondering if you had to get permission to use that material and if so, whom you contacted.”
Greenspan responded quickly, he asked Zuckerberg if he would like to integrate his earlier “TheFacebook” project into the new topsecret project Zuckerberg was working on. Zuckerberg didn’t want to so he stated, claiming:
“It’s probably best to keep them separated at least for now,” Zuckerberg replied. “That said, once it’s off the ground, I think it could be mutually beneficial to integrate the two, but we can speak about that then.”
Good crook aint he? Then later in January Zuckerberg sat down with Aaron in the dining hall, they compared notes and Zuckerberg asked Aaron if he would help him with his topsecret project. But you know now why it was topsecret, cause he was stealing his ideas. But after asking Aaron to help him,
Aaron declined, stating:
“The way he talked, the way he dressed, everything about him screamed immature,” Greenspan recalls. “He seemed unprofessional. I had run a company since I was 15. It just didn’t seem like he got it. That whole persona just didn’t impress me.”
So after compling the ideas of these guys, he coded his own site now known as Facebook. Then he enlisted one of his closest friends, Eduardo Saverin, who shared his dorm suite, to help him think about how to incorporate the site. In which a recent book proposal for which Saverin is likely the primary source, suggests that the two friends hoped to use the site to get laid, but yet today people thinking the site is to connect with friends and family. Facebook launched on February 4th, 2004, the site immediately too off, and after 4,000 people had signed up in the first two weeks, Zuckerberg and Saverin realized they needed help fast. They asked Zuckerberg’s roommate Dustin Moskovitz to help, and he began to work with them, trying to launch the site at a few more colleges deemed worthy: Stanford, Columbia and Yale. Adam D’Angelo, Zuckerberg’s high school inventing partner, also chipped in to help set up databases for the new schools. Around this time, the ownership percentages were renegotiated: 65 percent for Zuckerberg, 30 percent for Saverin and five percent for Moskovitz. Zuckerberg also pulled in Chris Hughes, another roommate, to act as their spokesman. In December of 2004, when Aaron Greenspan decided to “admit defeat” and ask Zuckerberg for a job at the rapidly expanding company, all those months of advice proved worthless.
“We’re looking for someone with more engineering experience – like, 10 to 15 years,” Zuckerberg told him.
The guy who first created an online facebook for Harvard couldn’t even get a job at Facebook, and the Harvard Connection partners felt burned.
“At first we were devastated and climbed into a bottle of Jack Daniels,” the three said in a message on their site, “but eventually emerged with a bad headache and renewed optimism. We weren’t going to lie down and get walked over.”
They fired off a letter to Zuckerberg, threatening to bring him before the school’s board on ethical grounds. They appealed directly to President Summers, saying Zuckerberg had violated the school’s honor code. In May, they launched their own site, with the new name ConnectU, but it went nowhere fast: Four years later, it boasts only 15,000 members at 200 schools. Zuckerberg, they claimed, not only stole their idea, he intentionally delayed work on their site so he could launch his first. “He boasted about completing [Facebook] in a week, after leading us on for three months,” Cameron Winklevoss told the Crimson. “We passed through Thanksgiving, winter break and intersession. He had ample time. He not only led us on, but he knew what he was doing.”
“At first we were devastated and climbed into a bottle of Jack Daniels,” the three said in a message on their site, “but eventually emerged with a bad headache and renewed optimism. We weren’t going to lie down and get walked over.”
They fired off a letter to Zuckerberg, threatening to bring him before the school’s board on ethical grounds. They appealed directly to President Summers, saying Zuckerberg had violated the school’s honor code. In May, they launched their own site, with the new name ConnectU, but it went nowhere fast: Four years later, it boasts only 15,000 members at 200 schools. Zuckerberg, they claimed, not only stole their idea, he intentionally delayed work on their site so he could launch his first. “He boasted about completing [Facebook] in a week, after leading us on for three months,” Cameron Winklevoss told the Crimson. “We passed through Thanksgiving, winter break and intersession. He had ample time. He not only led us on, but he knew what he was doing.” Mark Zuckerberg as you can see clearly, is a thief whom the higher powers that use him for their global and political agenda, are protecting. Then like a good white con artist, he flipped the scrip in his defense by listing the pleasure he gained from helping others, by using his aiding of helping a couple of girls from the Association of Black Harvard Women. So he played it as if he was the victim, he would never do such a thing that these guys are saying about him, cause hey, he loves helping others including the black girls from the ABHW. What was the point of even mentioning he helped the black women association if he wasn’t trying to score points on grounds of not being a racist and appear as if he helps the less fortunate? And this is what facebook is established on, lies and deceit this con artist pulled a Bill Clinton like I love black people, hey I stay in Harlem, type of card to enhance his character or image. But yet facebook suppose to help you connect with family and friends right?
Peter Thiel Below In Picture
1.Mark Zuckerberg 2. Peter Thiel
The real face behind Facebook is Peter Thiel, who is a venture capital investor and co-founder and president of the online payment system PayPal. Millions of dollars have these people poured into facebook, in which their sole purpose is to identify and partner with companies that are developing new technologies to help provide solutions to the Central Intelligence Agency. The people are being led like sheep to the slaughter, they give them cell phones and radios and music and fashion and entertainment and places of employment and religion to keep them sleep and unconscious. What they need to ask themselves is, why can’t they turn their cookies off and access Facebook or Myspace, if their every move is not being monitored? Then they need to ask themselves, if their not being monitored, how come when they visit sites on the internet, and then log into myspace, there is an ad generated of the stuff they write on their page and of the sites they visit? To stay competitive with Google, Facebook is gearing up to pour in more cash into their lobbying branch in Washington, DC as well. Facebook’s interest and involvement in DC though goes further as they are in talk with the intelligence community, Office of the Director of National Security that advises the President and works with the CIA. Facebook has been gradually boosting its profile in Washington D.C. over the past year and is on the hunt for a second senior lobbyist to add to its office of four. Disclosures released a few days ago show that, on top of lobbying the usual suspects Internet companies reach out to like the Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. senators and representatives, the fast-growing social network has also been busy deepening ties to government intelligence and homeland security agencies. Facebook spent $41,390 on lobbying in the first quarter of 2010, which that’s on top of the $207,878 it spent last year, which was the first year Facebook began releasing such disclosures. To see this, click below on the DARPA Photo.
The people better wake up, because the time is coming when they shall find themselves at the mercy of their government powers. Click the picture below to learn about the Google and Facebook alliance.