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Counterintelligence surveillance of non investigative subjects carried out by law enforcement nationwide who make use of Community Policing, neighborhood watch groups, criminal informants, etc in continuing illegal cointelpro ops.

As we can see in the below homeland security links, any American, anyone who questions the states narrative can be watchlisted and denied constitutional freedoms, God given rights and be subjected to terrorist like assaults at the hands of these agencies. This is why we find Trump supporters, anyone questioning the Covid crises now listed by homeland security as a possible Domestic Terrorist.

Trey Gowdy addresses unconstitutional watch list

The below YouTube account with this video shut down which is normal in homeland security, the FBIs campaign to cover up their ever escalating criminal activities.

Homeland Security.

National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin - February 07, 2022 02:00 pm The National Terrorism Advisory System provides Americans with alert information on homeland security threats. It is distributed by the Department of Homeland Security. More information is available at: www.dhs.gov/advisories . To receive mobile updates: twitter.com/dhsgov If You See Something Say Something® used with permission of the NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority. https://www.dhs.gov/ntas/advisory/national-terrorism-advisory-system-bulletin-february-07-2022 COINTELPRO - Wikipedia Series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the U.S. FBI COINTELPRO memo proposing a plan to expose the pregnancy of actress Jean Seberg , a financial supporter of the Black Panther Party , hoping to "possibly cause her embarrassment or tarnish her image with the general public". Covert campaigns to publicly discredit activists and destroy their interpersonal relationships were a common tactic used by COINTELPRO agents. COINTELPRO ( syllabic abbreviation derived from Counter Intelligence Program; 1956–1971) was a series of covert and illegal [1] [2] projects actively conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic American political organizations . [3] [4] FBI records show COINTELPRO resources targeted groups and individuals the FBI [5] deemed subversive , [6] including feminist organizations, [7] [8] the Communist Party USA , [9] anti–Vietnam War organizers, activists of the civil rights and Black power movements (e.g. Martin Luther King Jr. , the Nation of Islam , and the Black Panther Party ), environmentalist and animal rights organizations, the American Indian Movement (AIM), Chicano and Mexican-American groups like the Brown Berets and the United Farm Workers, independence movements (including Puerto Rican independence groups such as the Young Lords and the Puerto Rican Socialist Party ), a variety of organizations that were part of the broader New Left , and white supremacist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan [10] [11] and the far-right group National States' Rights Party . [12] In 1971 in San Diego , the FBI financed, armed, and controlled an extreme right-wing group of former members of the Minutemen anti-communist paramilitary organization, transforming it into a group called the Secret Army Organization that targeted groups, activists, and leaders involved in the Anti-War Movement, using both intimidation and violent acts. [13] [14] [15] The FBI has used covert operations against domestic political groups since its inception; however, covert operations under the official COINTELPRO label took place between 1956 and 1971. Many of the tactics used in COINTELPRO are alleged to have seen continued use including; discrediting targets through psychological warfare ; smearing individuals and groups using forged documents and by planting false reports in the media; harassment; wrongful imprisonment; illegal violence; and assassination . [16] [17] [18] [19] According to a Senate report, the FBI's motivation was "protecting national security , preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order". [20] Beginning in 1969, leaders of the Black Panther Party were targeted by the COINTELPRO and "neutralized" by being assassinated, imprisoned, publicly humiliated or falsely charged with crimes. Some of the Black Panthers targeted include Fred Hampton , Mark Clark , Zayd Shakur , Geronimo Pratt , Mumia Abu-Jamal , [21] an https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO Aided By Palantir, the LAPD Uses Predictive Policing to Monitor Specific People and Neighborhoods A new report details the Los Angeles Police Department's use of algorithms to identify "hot spots" and "chronic offenders" and target them for surveillance. https://theintercept.com/2018/05/11/predictive-policing-surveillance-los-angeles/ This is the FBI Cointelpro targeted individual gang stalking program. It is just a continuation of the FBI targeting, stalking and assassination program that ran for three decades before being exposed in the 1970’s. It is little surprise they have carried this out for many decades again in secrecy with the passing of the patriot act, the creation of fusion centers and homeland security to help censor such illegal activities. It has grown to dwarf the previous operations and is combined with CIA MK Ultra experimentation and other unethical human experimentation operations that have been carried out and exposed constantly over the past century, this explains the drugging and poisoning of civilians in these operations. We find the crimes carried out in earlier Cointelpro operations mimicking early Stasi Police operations carried out in East Germany.

Stasi | Meaning, Facts, Methods, & Files Stasi, secret police agency of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). It sought to infiltrate every institution of society and every aspect of daily life, including even intimate personal and familial relationships. In doing so, it became one of the most hated and feared institutions in East Germany. https://www.britannica.com/topic/Stasi COINTELPRO - Wikipedia Series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the U.S. FBI COINTELPRO memo proposing a plan to expose the pregnancy of actress Jean Seberg , a financial supporter of the Black Panther Party , hoping to "possibly cause her embarrassment or tarnish her image with the general public". Covert campaigns to publicly discredit activists and destroy their interpersonal relationships were a common tactic used by COINTELPRO agents. COINTELPRO ( syllabic abbreviation derived from Counter Intelligence Program; 1956–1971) was a series of covert and illegal [1] [2] projects actively conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic American political organizations . [3] [4] FBI records show COINTELPRO resources targeted groups and individuals the FBI [5] deemed subversive , [6] including feminist organizations, [7] [8] the Communist Party USA , [9] anti–Vietnam War organizers, activists of the civil rights and Black power movements (e.g. Martin Luther King Jr. , the Nation of Islam , and the Black Panther Party ), environmentalist and animal rights organizations, the American Indian Movement (AIM), Chicano and Mexican-American groups like the Brown Berets and the United Farm Workers, independence movements (including Puerto Rican independence groups such as the Young Lords and the Puerto Rican Socialist Party ), a variety of organizations that were part of the broader New Left , and white supremacist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan [10] [11] and the far-right group National States' Rights Party . [12] In 1971 in San Diego , the FBI financed, armed, and controlled an extreme right-wing group of former members of the Minutemen anti-communist paramilitary organization, transforming it into a group called the Secret Army Organization that targeted groups, activists, and leaders involved in the Anti-War Movement, using both intimidation and violent acts. [13] [14] [15] The FBI has used covert operations against domestic political groups since its inception; however, covert operations under the official COINTELPRO label took place between 1956 and 1971. Many of the tactics used in COINTELPRO are alleged to have seen continued use including; discrediting targets through psychological warfare ; smearing individuals and groups using forged documents and by planting false reports in the media; harassment; wrongful imprisonment; illegal violence; and assassination . [16] [17] [18] [19] According to a Senate report, the FBI's motivation was "protecting national security , preventing violence, and maintaining the existing social and political order". [20] Beginning in 1969, leaders of the Black Panther Party were targeted by the COINTELPRO and "neutralized" by being assassinated, imprisoned, publicly humiliated or falsely charged with crimes. Some of the Black Panthers targeted include Fred Hampton , Mark Clark , Zayd Shakur , Geronimo Pratt , Mumia Abu-Jamal , [21] an https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO Psychological warfare - Wikipedia Information operations to assist military objectives An example of a World War II era leaflet meant to be dropped from an American B-17 over a German city (see the file description page for a translation) Psychological warfare ( PSYWAR ), or the basic aspects of modern psychological operations ( PsyOp ), has been known by many other names or terms, including Military Information Support Operations ( MISO ), Psy Ops, political warfare , "Hearts and Minds", and propaganda . [1] The term is used "to denote any action which is practiced mainly by psychological methods with the aim of evoking a planned psychological reaction in other people". [2] Various techniques are used, and are aimed at influencing a target audience's value system, belief system, emotions , motives , reasoning , or behavior . It is used to induce confessions or reinforce attitudes and behaviors favorable to the originator's objectives, and are sometimes combined with black operations or false flag tactics. It is also used to destroy the morale of enemies through tactics that aim to depress troops' psychological states. [3] [4] Target audiences can be governments , organizations , groups , and individuals , and is not just limited to soldiers. Civilians of foreign territories can also be targeted by technology and media so as to cause an effect on the government of their country. [5] Mass communication such as radio allows for direct communication with an enemy populace, and therefore has been used in many efforts. Social media channels and the internet allow for campaigns of disinformation and misinformation performed by agents anywhere in the world. [6] History [ edit ] Mosaic of Alexander the Great on his campaign against the Persian Empire . Since prehistoric times, warlords and chiefs have recognized the importance of weakening the morale of their opponents. According to Polyaenus , in the Battle of Pelusium (525 BC) between the Persian Empire and ancient Egypt , the Persian forces used cats and other animals as a psychological tactic against the Egyptians, who avoided harming cats due to religious belief and superstitions. Currying favor with supporters was the other side of psychological warfare, and an early practitioner of this was Alexander the Great , who successfully conquered large parts of Europe and the Middle East and held on to his territorial gains by co-opting local elites into the Greek administration and culture. Alexander left some of his men behind in each conquered city to introduce Greek culture and oppress dissident views. His soldiers were paid dowries to marry locals [7] in an effort to encourage assimilation . Genghis Khan , leader of the Mongolian Empire in the 13th century AD employed less subtle techniques. Defeating the will of the enemy before having to attack and reaching a consented settlement was preferable to facing his wrath. The Mongol generals demanded submission to the Khan and threatened the initially captured villages with complete destr https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_warfare Psychochemical warfare - Wikipedia From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Psychochemical warfare — or "drug weapons" — involves the use of psychopharmacological agents ( mind-altering drugs or chemicals ) with the intention of incapacitating an adversary through the temporary induction of hallucinations or delirium . [1] [2] These agents have generally been considered chemical weapons and, more narrowly, constitute a specific type of incapacitating agent . Although never developed into an effective weapons system, psychochemical warfare theory and research—along with overlapping mind control drug research—was secretly pursued in the mid-20th century by the US military and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the context of the Cold War . These research programs were ended when they came to light and generated controversy in the 1970s. The degree to which the Soviet Union developed or deployed similar agents during the same period remains largely unknown. History [ edit ] Ancient psycho-chemical use [ edit ] The use of chemicals to induce altered states of mind dates back to antiquity and includes the use of plants such as thornapple ( Datura stramonium ) that contain combinations of anticholinergic alkaloids . In 184 B.C., Hannibal 's army used belladonna plants to induce disorientation. [ citation needed ] Use by indigenous peoples [ edit ] Records indicate that in 1611, in the British Jamestown Colony of Virginia, an unidentified, but toxic and hallucinogenic, drug derived from local plants was deployed with some success against the white settlers by Chief Powhatan . [3] In 1881, members of a French railway surveying expedition crossing Tuareg territory in North Africa ate dried dates that tribesmen had apparently deliberately contaminated with Egyptian henbane ( Hyoscyamus muticus , or H. falezlez ), to devastating effect. [4] Modern military research [ edit ] In the 1950s, the CIA investigated LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide) as part of its Project MKUltra . In the same period, the US Army undertook the secret Edgewood Arsenal human experiments which grew out of the U.S. chemical warfare program and involved studies of several hundred volunteer test subjects. Britain was also investigating the possible use of LSD and the chemical BZ ( 3-quinuclidinyl benzilate ) as nonlethal battlefield drug-weapons. [1] The United States eventually weaponized BZ for delivery in the M43 BZ cluster bomb until stocks were destroyed in 1989. Both the US and Britain concluded that the desired effects of drug weapons were unpredictable under battlefield conditions and gave up experimentation. Reports of drug weapons associated with the Soviet bloc have been considered unreliable given the apparent absence of documentation in state archives. [5] [2] [6] See also [ edit ] References [ edit ] ^ a b Dando M, Furmanski M 2006. Mid-spectrum incapacitant programs. In: Wheelis M et al. (eds). Deadly cultures: biological weapons since 1945 . Cambridge, US: Harvard University Press. ^ a b Lee, Martin (May 198 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychochemical_warfare Unethical human experimentation in the United States https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unethical_human_experimentation_in_the_United_States Though exposed, the FBI destroyed evidence nationwide trying to cover the depth of their crimes in the stalking, assassination program. Since individuals involved in these many crimes including murder did not face prosecution, jail or execution, for the crimes committed it has left the individuals carrying out these crimes against humanity feeling like they can commit any crime and get away with it.

Arlington Texas Police interaction at Sarah Degeyters TYRANTS FBI COINTELPRO Now yet again, this harassment continues in yet another city, (Arlington Texas) hundreds of miles from the previous videos which were in many different cities. At this location to offer assistance to Sarah Degeyter, a victim of stalking, a beating a… https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ol4ocvc6ZJXq/ The Rick and Cindy Krlich Story What you will see here, Dear Reader, is a chronicle of spite. Undeserved, uninterrupted, unyielding spite, triggered by one man's belief that he could rely on the legal system to guide him through a simple real estate transaction. What Garrick Krlich got, instead, was intimidation, frustration — and spite. Krlich is a small contractor who lives unostentatiously in Hubbard, Ohio's East Hill neighborhood. Over the years, he has managed to acquire surrounding properties, older homes like his that he turns into well maintained rental properties. He makes a decent living, isn't greedy for more, and has been, overall, quite contented with his life. Until the Clemente house next door became empty. Until the noises in the night began. For more than four years now, the raucous sound of horns blowing has shattered the quiet of the night in the Krlich's neighborhood, disturbing not only Krlich and his wife, Lucinda, but surrounding residents as well. The Krlichs lie awake, listening ... waiting ... and then come the sounds of the roaring engines, the screeching tires — and the horns. Horns that seem to be screaming "Go away! Leave! Never come back!" http://krlich.com/ Video Couple Claims Entire Town Has Turned Against Them Rick and Cindy Krlich say horns have been honked 5,000 times by people driving past their house. https://abcnews.go.com/2020/video/couple-claims-entire-town-turned-23574799

Psychology Today: “How Schizophrenia Became a Black Disease”—Civil rights protesters were labeled schizophrenic – CCHR International By the mid-to-late-1960s, however, schizophrenia was a diagnosis disproportionately applied to the hospital's growing population of African-American men from urban Detroit. Perhaps the most shocking evidence I uncovered was that hospital charts "diagnosed" these African American men in part because of their symptoms, but also because of their connections to the civil rights movement. Many of the men were sent to Ionia after convictions for crimes that ranged from armed robbery to participation in civil-rights protests, to property destruction during periods of civil unrest, such as the Detroit riots of 1968. Charts stressed how hallucinations and delusions rendered these men as threats, not only to other patients, but also to clinicians, ward attendants, and to society itself. https://www.cchrint.org/2010/05/05/psychology-today-how-schizophrenia-became-a-black-disease-civil-rights-protesters-were-labeled-schizophrenic/ Community Policing as the Primary Prevention Strategy for Homeland Security at the Local Law Enforcement Level - Homeland Security Affairs Adoption of the “homeland-policing” model presented in this article suggests that the community policing model serves as a solid framework for the development of an effective prevention strategy. By Jose Docobo https://www.hsaj.org/articles/183 Targeted, a Tampa Bay Times investigation Targeted Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco took over in 2011 and set out to transform the Sheriff’s Office into a cutting-edge data-driven machine. The result is an intelligence operation that monitors, intimidates and harasses families across the county. Read the investigation Key developments The Pasco Sheriff’s Office and the school board will no longer allow school resource officers to have access to student data, including grades and discipline histories. [May 4, 2021] The change came after the U.S. Department of Education opened an investigation into whether the school district’s data sharing practices broke federal law. [April 19, 2021] The U.S. Department of Justice is conducting an “intensive review” of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office’s latest intelligence program. [Sept. 10, 2021] Four people targeted by the Pasco Sheriff’s Office are suing the agency with the support of a national public interest law firm. They allege that their constitutional rights were violated and call for an end to the sheriff’s program. [March 11, 2021] Florida lawmakers have proposed two bills to curb the policing tactics used by the Sheriff’s Office. One bill would limit how law enforcement can target and police people who may commit crimes in the future. [Feb. 2, 2021] Another bill would require school districts to obtain written consent to share student data with law enforcement. [March 5, 2021] Civil liberties groups quickly denounced the Sheriff’s Office’s intelligence programs and promised to take action. [Dec. 5, 2020] Thirty national and state organizations, including the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the Southern Poverty Law Center, CAIR Florida and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, later formed a coalition to oppose the Sheriff’s Office’s use of student data. [April 26, 2021] A national philanthropic foundation cut off funding to Pasco schools because of concerns with its data-sharing practices with the Sheriff’s Office. [Feb. 26, 2021] Scroll down for complete coverage. Additional coverage The federal agency expressed concerns with the program in an Aug. 6 letter to Sheriff Chris Nocco. A coalition wants the school district to stop giving student data to the Sheriff’s Office when not required by law. Critics of the agency’s intelligence programs called the letter ‘patronizing’ and ‘offensive,’ and raised continued concerns about civil rights The Sheriff’s Office and School Board amended their agreement that previously allowed school resource officers to access grades, discipline and more. A group of 30 national and state organizations have come together to oppose the Pasco County School District’s practice of sharing information with the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. The Department of Education will look into whether the school district violated federal law by sharing personal student information without consent. “I don’t care that this is being done by a GOP Sheriff,” U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz said on Twitter, referencing Sheriff Chris Nocco’s intelligence program. A n https://projects.tampabay.com/projects/2020/investigations/police-pasco-sheriff-targeted/ Residents sue Pasco County Sheriff’s Office over ‘harassment’ and ‘intelligence-led’ policing Several Pasco County residents are filing suit against the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, claiming the agency used an intelligence program to harass them and violate their constitutional rights. https://www.wfla.com/news/pasco-county/residents-sue-pasco-county-sheriffs-office-over-harassment-and-intelligence-led-policing/ Four East Haven, Connecticut, Police Officers Charged with Civil Rights Offenses The Justice Department announced today that a federal grand jury sitting in Bridgeport, Conn., returned an indictment charging four East Haven Police officers with conspiring to violate, and violating, the civil rights of members of the East Haven community. https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/four-east-haven-connecticut-police-officers-charged-civil-rights-offenses https://cops.usdoj.gov/RIC/Publications/cops-p157-pub.pdf Secretive data-analytics firm Palantir Technologies has thrived in the shadows, but a coming IPO could poke holes in its most valuable asset — its reputation Palantir Technologies, the secretive tech firm that supplies data tools to surveillance agencies, is set to go public this fall. https://www.businessinsider.com/inside-the-secretive-world-of-palantir-technologies-2020-8 How A 'Deviant' Philosopher Built Palantir, A CIA-Funded Data-Mining Juggernaut How a self-described "deviant" philosopher turned Palantir into a terrorist tracking, all-seeing, multi-billion dollar data mining machine. https://www.forbes.com/sites/andygreenberg/2013/08/14/agent-of-intelligence-how-a-deviant-philosopher-built-palantir-a-cia-funded-data-mining-juggernaut/ Amazon's Ring is the 'largest civilian surveillance network in US' The stark warning came from Lauren Bridges, a PhD candidate, who said that in ten police departments around the country have access to video from the civilian cameras. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9593763/Amazons-Ring-largest-civilian-surveillance-network-seen.html Amazon's helping police build a surveillance network with Ring doorbells Its popular Ring smart doorbells mean more cameras on more doorsteps, where surveillance footage used to be rare. https://www.cnet.com/features/amazons-helping-police-build-a-surveillance-network-with-ring-doorbells/ Predict Prevent Crime | Predictive Policing Software | PredPol Turn Insight Into Action Location-based Proactive Policing PredPol uses a machine-learning algorithm to calculate predictions 3 data points – crime type, crime location and crime date/time- are used in prediction calculation Create your own Custom Boxes using Risk Terrain Modeling or your agency’s unique intelligence Predpol uses a data-driven approach to direct patrol operations Predict where and when specific crimes are most likely to occur Proactively patrol to help reduce crime rates and victimization https://www.predpol.com/ Pasco’s sheriff uses grades and abuse histories to label schoolchildren potential criminals. Pasco’s sheriff uses grades and abuse histories to label schoolchildren potential criminals. The kids and their parents don’t know. Targeted | A Times investigation Lockers in a hallway at Wendell Krinn Technical High School in New Port Richey. DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times By NEIL BEDI and KATHLEEN McGRORY Times staff writers Nov. 19, 2020 The Pasco Sheriff’s Office keeps a secret list of kids it thinks could “fall into a life of crime” based on factors like whether they’ve been abused or gotten a D or an F in school, according to the agency's internal intelligence manual. The Sheriff’s Office assembles the list by combining the rosters for most middle and high schools in the county with records so sensitive, they’re protected by state and federal law. School district data shows which children are struggling academically, miss too many classes or are sent to the office for discipline. Records from the state Department of Children and Families flag kids who have witnessed household violence or experienced it themselves. According to the manual, any one of those factors makes a child more likely to become a criminal. Four hundred and twenty kids are on the list, the Sheriff’s Office said. The process largely plays out in secret. The Sheriff’s Office doesn’t tell the kids or their parents about the designation. In an interview, schools superintendent Kurt Browning said he was unaware the Sheriff’s Office was using school data to identify kids who might become criminals. So were the principals of two high schools. The Department of Children and Families didn’t answer when asked if it knew its data was being fed into such a system. Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco Times file Sheriff Chris Nocco declined requests to be interviewed, and his agency did not make anyone from its intelligence-led policing or school resource divisions available for comment. In a series of written statements, the Sheriff’s Office said the list is used only to help the deputies assigned to middle and high schools offer “mentorship” and “resources” to students. Asked for specifics, it pointed to one program where school resource officers take children fishing and another where they give clothes to kids in need. [Click to read the Sheriff’s Office response to the Times ] Ten experts in law enforcement and student privacy questioned the justification for combing through thousands of students’ education and child-welfare records. They called the program highly unusual. Many said it was a clear misuse of children’s confidential information that stretched the limits of the law. “Can you imagine having your kid in that county and they might be on a list that says they may become a criminal?” said Linnette Attai, a consultant who helps companies and schools comply with student privacy laws. “And you have no way of finding out if they are on that list?” CAN I CHECK IF MY CHILD IS ON THE LIST? It’s unclear, but you may be able to submit a request for records to the Sheriff’s Office. Clic http://tampabay.com/targetedschools Surveillance And Local Police: How Technology Is Evolving Faster Than Regulation Journalist Jon Fasman says local police are frequently able to access very powerful surveillance tools with little oversight. He writes about the threat to privacy in We See It All. https://www.npr.org/2021/01/27/961103187/surveillance-and-local-police-how-technology-is-evolving-faster-than-regulation

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