17 May, 2012

CPD Hacked

It was with laughter that I read the following:
Thursday, May 17, 2012
We've been informed about "virus warning" type windows popping up on the Department computers lately. We're told it occurs dozens of times during the processing of a simple arrest.

Guess what happened? And guess who predicted it?
NATO protestors have infiltrated the CPD computers with a worm that is wreaking havoc across the board. 35th Street and OEMC are in a full panic. The entire Department Intranet is in danger of a meltdown on an unimaginable scale, just in time for a potential "mass arrest" situation this weekend that would bring the Department to a grinding halt. (from our e-mail)

Did you see that latest AdMin Fax that told everyone to change their passwords if they haven't been altered in a few years and that efforts were underway to have passwords changed every 90 days? That gaping security risk, pointed out by SCC readers almost a year ago, is coming home to roost. Good thing CPD trimmed the in-house I.T. people and never spent the money/effort on a decent internet security protocol.

This is going to cost big time. And be careful with those detachable drives - you might bring home presents for your own personal computer by accident.
I laughed even harder at this comment by Edison Park:
This is probably just the beginning. Chicago is an alpha city, the CPD is a huge and critical institution and there's no question the eShitheads will target us. Completely gutting our capacity for a real time IT emergency response will absolutely, positively, most certainly lead to a data catastrophe.

How would you like it if they get into the network and rustle up all the personnel info? Wouldn't it be 'thrilling' if the complete employee dossier of every CPD officer were posted to the internet, name, address, family info and all?
Why the utter fear that their fellow Chicagoans could know full well who amongst them are "Peace Officers"?

Go spend some time here before CATO screws it up and visit their archives and then spend some time here and read the writings of a former CPD Peace Officer and you will understand why they fear.

Just realize that cities ("alpha" or otherwise) have these types of problems and that is why "Peace Officers", more commonly called LEO's (Law Enforcement Officers) fear the citizenry- they know we know so many of them are the real thuggish criminals.


10 May, 2012

Escape and DHS

From Ol' Remus:
It was known to looters as the "miracle mile", actually three miles of four-lane highway west of the city, jammed with vehicular junk, parallel lines of rust and glitter and human ruins. The horror and stench deterred looting at first, afterwards the difficulty and danger of travel, finally the diminished numbers of able foragers. Rumors of how it came to be were forgotten in successive waves of catastrophes. From time to time wandering refugees came upon it, took all they could carry and moved on. Thousands of vehicles made good pickings even after all this time. Nobody stayed. Even by the standards that had become normal, this place was an unspeakable horror. What really happened was even worse.

When the collapse happened, it happened with astonishing speed. All wealth in digital form disappeared in less than an hour: bonds, checking accounts, investments, credit, debt, savings—everything. The economy immediately contracted to cash-and-carry with a side of barter. There were "addresses to the nation" and summit meetings and announcements, with draconian and contradictory decrees from DC, state capitals, mayors and even sheriffs. Everybody was in charge and nobody was in charge. The permanent government soon revealed itself for the madhouse it had been all along. Federal and state agencies were arresting each other, expanding, disbanding, merging and going rogue. Coup de 'tats and alliances and insurrections were reported and denounced and denied by turns until the tangled narrative became incomprehensible and, finally, irrelevant. Aside from the hobbyist preachers, the rumor mill took over short wave radio. Travelers from any distance were questioned closely. Only what they had seen with their own eyes was credited.
I was told of this last night and did not get a chance to read it until this morning, right after I viewed this pic in my E-mail sent from Tennessee.

If you see something- say something.


04 May, 2012

Yes, The Re-Education Camp Manual Does Apply Domestically to U.S. Citizens

Yes, The Re-Education Camp Manual Does Apply Domestically to U.S. Citizens

The time for denial is over

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Friday, May 4, 2012

RELATED: Leaked U.S. Army Document Outlines Plan For Re-Education Camps In America

A shocking U.S. Army manual that describes how political activists in prison camps will be indoctrinated by specially assigned psychological operations officers contains numerous clear references to the fact that the policies do apply domestically to U.S. citizens.

Despite the fact that the manual is well over 300 pages long and would take hours to read properly, within minutes of posting our story yesterday a minority of commenters were claiming that the policies outlined in the document only pertained to foreign combat operations and did not apply domestically to U.S. citizens.

This is similar to the denial witnessed prior to the passage of the NDAA when some argued that the indefinite detention provisions did not apply to American citizens despite numerous legal analysts asserting they did and President Barack Obama himself acknowledging they did when he signed the bill.

Click here to read the full document entitled FM 3-39.40 Internment and Resettlement Operations.
Does anyone actually think that this is the first one? More than likely just one of the latest updated versions, but go and grab it and read all 326 pages (if the link above does not work, use this one) and spread it far and wide.

Oh and the boys in camouflage- just remember the supposed wise words of Isoroku Yamamoto:
"You cannot invade the mainland United States. There would be a rifle behind every blade of grass."
There are other quotes at the link, but this one is spot on:
"A military man can scarcely pride himself on having 'smitten a sleeping enemy'; it is more a matter of shame, simply, for the one smitten. I would rather you made your appraisal after seeing what the enemy does, since it is certain that, angered and outraged, he will soon launch a determined counterattack."

01 May, 2012

New Mexico Cancels MOST CHL Reciprocity Agreements.

According to the Texas State Rifle Association, here is the reason:

"This stems from a new and different interpretation by NM DPS of that state's reciprocity law, which requires other states' concealed carry statutes to be as stringent as, or substantially similar to, New Mexico law."

The only thing I can think of is that there must be a new anti-gunner as of the head of the NM DPS- or one playing politics.

You can OPEN CARRY in New Mexico, but has anyone heard a logical reason as to why this has happened?


UPDATE 05022012

If you hit the NM DPS page today, everything has changed and NOW the reciprocity agreements are back in effect. Keep calling!