“I said I’d support it as long as it was not a retired mom and pop running a little flea market table on the weekend,” Gifford said. “But that was exactly who they were going after.”-Robert Don Gifford, former assistant U.S. attorney at the Justice Department
So, you wake up one morning to a red-haired, ruddy faced man walking freely through your fenced-in yard, looking your house up and down as if he is appraising it.
Then- like most people, you form an opinion of who this person in your yard is, and ask yourself question’s about why they are there, and if it is safe to approach them (in “your own” fenced in yard.) And certainly, you wonder if you should arm yourself (you wil note at this point that the battle between “individualism” and “collectivism” that is being imposed upon the second amendment asks this EXACT question as our personal lives and privacy are routinely invaded by these tactics).
You go through a mental checklist of unrelated/related facts in the data:
- No one should be in MY yard.
- Why is someone in my yard?
- Is my security camera on*?
- That guy looks like a cop. Short, but stocky, with the distinct bad taste in clothing that many old-school pro’s choose: the ill fitting “Dic” suit and the hair-and the shoes-yup, fits a profile.
- Did I order something? Is he a pizza man? Is a package out there? Is he a mad bomber or a lurking rapist/pedophile/burgalr/common street scum?And so on-each person asks themselves different questions.
Then, you go to your door-the back door, where the guy is standing looking at your electric meter.
“Can I help you,” you ask, as the guy tries to duck a direct look in your face. And then he looks “across the way” at a point that you cannot see, and sort of smiles a half smile.
“No,” he says, shaking his head, now with a noticeable smile. “No-you can’t help me.”
Perhaps you are offended, or perhaps you are “put off” by his odd response- a man, in YOUR yard-your FENCED IN YARD- looking your property up and down. And even more, your pleonastic sensibilities are even more offended, as “the guy” has employed bilabial front vowels to elucidate his moronically simple sentence.
“Sooooo- then what are you doing in my yard?”
“Oh-I’m the, ahh, I’m the, ahh..I’m the insurance adjuster,” he says.
Funny, you think- I haven’t changed insurance, or otherwise triggered my insurance.
And all this time, the guy is loping forward, almost as if he never broke stride, and heading for your front gate, and then he is gone, quickly into his car, and you are left feeling odd.
At this point, you have no idea that you have been “had” by a private contractor who is, in one sense of the word, an insurance adjuster-but he is NOT an actual adjuster-he’s a Department of Homeland Security appraiser, and your home-which sits along one of America’s biggest drug corridors, is the target of “pre-crime assessment.”
Without a warrant, without a business card to identify himself, this contractor has 1) trespassed on marked, private property 2) has violated several city or state ordinances about stalking/private surveillance 3) has no warrant or even a writ-that he has gotten away with several crimes that are prosecutable. AND, you don’t know it yet, but he did that at the REQUEST and guidance of the DHS.
Like Bill McGaughey of Minneapolis, MN, asset forfeiture and selective enforcement, or creating a lop-sided narrative where state sponsored property theft is made possible are the new tools of the post- Constitution era-and few hate the Constitution MORE than those who work in the DHS, which listed the Constitution for targeted disruption in 2011.
So, the DHS specifically targets individuals who recall that America even HAS laws, or who respect the rights of due process, and all the other trifling obstacles that hinder totalitarians and sociopathic bureaucracies everywhere; and goes to great lengths to target people in the “gray area” of law and culture (police states don’t just ‘go away’ as they have a tendency to seek out new food, even AFTER chewing through the bottom of the bottomless slop trough).
You don’t know it yet, but your house has been found guilty of crime, without a trial, and without due process of law and order; and even if no crime has been committed there, they are sizing it up for seizure, because crime “might/could/or ‘maybe has already’ happened” there. Because this is how the DHS ICE-HSI investigation under the “community policing” scheme works.
Related Story: Here- “Go Nuts” with police jargon, so you can recognize it in a web forum that is filled with police or intel agency trolls waging a “webterrogation,” on some unsuspecting “targeted individual” (but if you want profiles of their notoriously bad fashion choices-or the other option, that black and white thinkers employ ‘notoriously too clean cut and over-trying-with-aftershave’, you will have to pay me for the tutorial).
An internal handbook obtained by The Intercept provides a rare view into the extensive asset seizure operations of ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations, an office that trains its agents to meticulously appraise the value of property before taking it.
HSI’s 71-page “Asset Forfeiture Handbook,” dated June 30, 2010, underscores the role seizures play in “helping to fund future law enforcement actions” and covering costs “that HSI would otherwise be unable to fund.” It thus offers an unprecedented window into ICE’s wide-ranging asset forfeiture operations and the premium the agency places on seizing valuable property. Forfeiture proceeds can bolster ICE’s partnerships with local police departments, which are now the subject of heightened debate given the Trump administration’s hard-line immigration agenda.
“ICE leads the way both in seizures feeding into the fund and in payments doled out to state and local law enforcement. According to a 2014 report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office, from 2003 to 2013, DHS poured roughly $3.6 billion into the Treasury’s forfeiture fund. From 2007 on, the report found, ICE was “consistently” responsible for “approximately 50 percent or more of total forfeiture revenues by DHS components.” Over the 2003 to 2013 period, the GAO noted, “equitable sharing payments constituted the largest” obligation in the Treasury’s forfeiture fund, with approximately $1.2 billion paid out to “a range of state and local law enforcement agencies across the country — as well as other federal agencies and foreign entities — that participated in law enforcement efforts resulting in forfeitures.” “
Now- for those following this agency blur, and the massive attack that is being waged AGAINST America, one must look no further than my post about “enjo kosai” as the United Nations plots the demonization of Japanese men, and Japanese culture in general, in order that global interests can gain control over the “sex supply,” aka “compensated dating of 16 year old girls” meets “Big Pimpin’ UN style.”
Related Story: How the UN used the number 13 in a well placed made-up, phony statistic to create a moral panic in Japan, in order to gain access to young girls
Fooling America: Robert Parry, and 1993
Then, have a look at how the UN is in fact and practice, operating “black operations” on U.S. SOIL. Black Operations, it might be recalled, are what award winning journalist Robert Parry warned us of in a talk he gave to FAIR in Santa Monica in 1993, when he noted that CIA propaganda tactics and techniques designed for Nicaraguan Contras were ready to be deployed on Americans (which we see every day now, everywhere, and indeed, were deployed then as well).
Again, from the Intercept:
Noting that ICE is not alone among federal agencies in relying on asset forfeiture, ICE spokesperson Danielle Bennett told The Intercept in a statement, “Asset forfeiture is an essential element of comprehensive and effective law enforcement as it deprives transnational criminal organizations of their illicitly obtained assets. The forfeiture of assets can be and is utilized as a sanction in criminal, civil, and administrative investigative activities.”
My advice to anyone who writes about organized gang stalking is to ask the DHS if they stalk organized gangs, or any of the six degrees of separation between people who are in the massively bloated databases full of every American’s “associations and relations”, and those, frequently without their knowledge, FROM BIRTH TO THE GRAVE.
And go from there in your analysis of “what is organized gang stalking?”
Related Topics: Is MORE surveillance the answer?
In the Las Vegas Casino’s “they” are ALWAYS watching-and zooming in on-men like Stephen Paddock-but again-they missed “just that one.” Los Angeles Times asks the WRONG question. Reason.com asks why we have to manufacture terror. Hmmm. Is it to late to point you towards my thesis-and Glenn Greenwald’s thesis, and Jeremy Scahill’s thesis and… then, Mike Masnik of Techdirt.com wonders why all these sooper seekrit agencies are such damn lily-liver cowards about releasing the terrorist watch lists that are basically hidden lynchings in databases accompanied by OGS (if you have nothing too hide, then…?)So-what’ the deal with all that “manufactured terrorism? I suspect your triple dipping pensions (and your peers in your slopper seekrit LEO cults) are guiding you like magic carpets to the dark side, Godguys and Gals!) What is hidden n darknesssssss!!!!!???