How to Vanish
With safety becoming a growing concern among citizens in the United States as overworked authorities begin to crack under the pressure of maintaining a crumbling society, it is important people become completely aware of the options available to them to make their lives organized, fruitful and productive. That’s what How to Vigilante is. Here, options available to humans of all backgrounds will be provided, free. Today, we go over How to Vanish.
In his most recent post at How to Vanish, Trace Mayer writes of the impeding full-spectrum, ECHELON type propensities of the U.S. government.
Political privacy in the 21st century is becoming an extremely sensitive issue. We find traditional strengths collapsing or falling short without proactive solutions being applied.
These tend to happen gradually until something snaps our attention or brings an under-appreciated aspect into focus. Maintaining higher expectations or taking control of our privacy instead of blindly yielding to constant unconstitutional infringements by governmental bodies is essential. Plus, individuals should loudly voice their opinions and concerns when they feel to.
The movie Good Will Hunting portrayed the growing spynet encircling the United States and world as such:
At his website, where individuals can gain insights into the old convenience of privacy, Mayer waxes on the practical, stealthy and philosophical. In an article called “Proactive Domestic Security Measures You Can Take To Control Privacy,” Mayer highlights the problem at hand, and contains links to aid the individual in their pursuit of fierce independence, such as A Beginner’s Guide To Bitcoin and Bitcoin Services, How To Vanish The Book or A Basic Privacy Guide:
The legal environment in many countries is constantly changing and often eroding privacy protections. Busybodies are a constant threat to your personal safety and financial wealth. But you can take control of your privacy, increase public anonymity and protect yourself.
The hampering of real authority of the individual, as opposed to the wasteful domestic security measures and regulations, in terms of privacy and harassment is becoming a significant threat. But there are strategies and tactics you can employ to increase the peace and securing privacy. Start with decreasing the amount of financial data and information you leave scattered around. You can get a free copy of A Beginner’s Guide To Bitcoin and Bitcoin Services.
Take control of and protect your personal privacy because no one else will. And remember: ALWAYS go that extra mile to protect your personal information by implementing stealth tactics from sources like How To Vanish The Book or A Basic Privacy Guide.
And who is to blame the individual for wanting to live an existence with very little collateral knowledge. Chances are, you do not wish to do harm to other people in an offensive manner, and therefore you are not a threat, no matter your beliefs, culture or personal decisions. Nonetheless, the see something, say something culture is breathing down your neck…
“If you see something, say something.” Indeed, imperatives such as this one terrorize U.S. citizens during their everyday lives more-and-more as the U.S. government crackdowns on its own citizens, seeking revenue and a means of ensuring their citizens don’t have the opportunity to jump ship due to trumped up criminal records. As New York Times called it, the slogan is the “equivalent of the ‘Just Do it’ Nike advertisement” for homeland security.
The transportation authority in New York City even went so far as to receive a trademark of the slogan from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. One unwitting slave tattooed the police-state slogan on her leg. “I didn’t get it to make some sort of political statement. I got it because I love the subway. I love New York. It’s just an identifiable logo,” she said.
As the consciousness of the U.S. public is spoiled with slogans like this one, which implore citizens to call the police whenever they are in need instead of build a true sense of community, posters like these pop up increasingly across the “Land of the Free.”
I wonder if there are some things that the zealous “authorities” in the U.S. would not want their slaves to say something about. For instance, I see something. In fact, I see many things very clearly when I look to the U.S. I see a country of only 5% of the earth’s population with one-quarter of the entire planet’s jailed population – dwarfing the rate of all other nations. I see innocent people sitting hopelessly in dilapidated jails and prisons within dilapidated cities from coast-to-shining-coast—shining with the flashing lights of police cars, that is.
I see a tired and enslaved population bending over daily when it truly matters, when freedom truly needs to be stood up for. Most of the citizens stand prepared to rat out their fellow slaves if it means they might be spared from torture by costumed gangs—you know, “the police”—who literally enjoy the full destructive force of the system behind them.
I see a population which runs the risk of, at any moment, getting murdered by said gangs—de facto summary execution in Amerikkka. I see something, and I’ll say something – I see a police state in the USSA.
There is the story of Kelly Thomas, who called out for his father while five “police officers” beat him to death. Nick Christie was gagged and pepper-sprayed to death by prison guards. Seth Adams was shot four times by a cop behind his family business, and then left to die. Ramarley Graham was an 18-year old New Yorker shot and killed by a cop for trying to flush a small bag of marijuana down the toilet. And then, in Utah, Todd Blair was killed for raising a golf club above his head.
There are innumerable more. Countless things have been said about these atrocities. But, the “authorities,” in the USSA, don’t want to hear about their murdering and stealing and neither do the judges. They want to hear about your petty actions.
In the USSA, obedience to the law is the only freedom in the eyes of the State. That means that, so long as you pay your tickets and other fines, you might never be caged up, deprived of nutrition and sleep – tortured. But, as time marches on, the likelihood that you will escape being kidnapped and locked-up in a cage as if you had done violence to others decreases dramatically.
In 2000, a New York court upheld the decision that police departments could bar individuals from becoming police officers for having high I.Q.’s. As one too-smart, would-be police officer noted, “This kind of puts an official face on discrimination in America against people of a certain class…I maintain you have no more control over your basic intelligence than your eye color or your gender or anything else.”
We are seeing today the effects of this policy of hiring only those with low IQs. And, the bull market in tyranny it is helping to produce a world without privacy, freedom of movement, but something quite different.
So, if you see something, say something. Say something while you still can.
And while you’re in the process, be sure to take the advice on How to Vanish seriously.