Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Project Vigilant: "'Give them everything you have.'" More than merely interesting.


Tyranny has many handmaidens.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

A Gubbment contractor has "volunteers"? Uhhh-I-don't-think-so. I call BS on at least that part.

ANd the director's name seems appropriate. Uber. As in the German national anthem, "Deutchland Uber Alles". Same mentality too.

B Woodman
III-per

Anonymous said...

I presume 'Uber' is handsomely rewarded for his services and he expects to be among the last eaten. Why would any isp deal with this outfit, or are isps compensated as well, with 'Uber' being the middleman?

Anonymous said...

When they say volunteer, they sometimes mean "volunteered," as in or else. Why pay someone if you can force their cooperation by force of law.

Since the Constitution means very little anymore, they can do "most anything" they want anytime they want, and 'what are you gonna do about it'?

We need to start exploiting the gaps.

Anonymous said...

Time to start breaking out and passing around the 64/128/256/512 bit encryption keys.

The Gubbment may know that you're passing on and communicationg something, but it will take awhile for them to break the encryption & figure it out.

B Woodman
III-per

Defender said...

They're STILL not talking about the revelation by WikiLeaks & Co. that intellgence arms of the Pakistani and Afghan governments are passing strategic information to the Taliban. Did I just dream that, or what?

Anonymous said...

Someone here once posted "There is no problem on earth that can't be remedied by a well-placed.45." I tend to agree, especially in this case.

Defender said...

So they can print dossiers on any communications user. I said somewhere, here or another freedom site, that if you've ever emailed anyone who has emailed anyone who has emailed Mike Vanderboegh or David Codrea (or a dozen dozen other supporters of Real Free America), your name will come up. So? Someone said it is better to be despised by the despicable than admired by the admirable.
Look at the chilling effect on KeepAndBearArms.com since registration was required to comment. Where there used to be 15 to 35 comments on every Newslink, now there is one to three. As someone once said, "What in the Spirit of 1776 kind of thinking is that?"

Alvie D. Zane said...

Remember how in Sgt. York they would have shoots and then see who cut center?

That's the first thing I thought of with that V.

And it should be "vigilo", not "viglio". Maybe they were only temporarily vigilant instead of constnantly vigilant.

Dennis308 said...

To Anon;
Someone here once posted "There is no problem on earth that can't be remedied by a well-placed.45." I tend to agree, especially in this case.
Actually any flavor will do just fine for Traitors like these and many others.
Damn it´s getting more and more difficult to keep the MORAL HIGH GROUND.

Dennis
III
Texas

R said...

Here's the updated link. http://blogs.forbes.com/firewall/2010/08/01/stealthy-government-contractor-monitors-u-s-internet-providers-says-it-employed-wikileaks-informant/

Anonymous said...

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." JFK

They should be working overtime to make sure we all stay glued to our computers, bitching and whining about them. After all, if we are at our computers, they know where we are and what we think...Once they remove the illusory right to free speech and expression of dissent, what are we left with?


azcIII