Creepy Nationwide Network Of Spy Cameras Will Transform America Into An Orwellian Prison Camp

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“You are being watched.  The government has a secret system – a machine – that spies on you every hour of every day.”  That is how each episode of “Person of Interest” on CBS begins.  Most Americans that have watched the show just assume that such a surveillance network is completely fictional and that the government would never watch us like that.  Sadly, most Americans are wrong.  Shocking new details have emerged this week which prove that a creepy nationwide network of spy cameras is being rolled out across the United States.  Reportedly, these new spy cameras are “more accurate than modern facial recognition technology”, and every few seconds they send back data from cities and major landmarks all over the United States to a centralized processing center where it is analyzed.  The authorities believe that the world has become such a dangerous place that the only way to keep us all safe is to watch what everyone does all the time.  But the truth is that instead of “saving America”, all of these repressive surveillance technologies are slowly killing our liberties and our freedoms.  America is being transformed into an Orwellian prison camp right in front of our eyes, and very few people are even objecting to it.

This week, New York City officials proudly announced the rollout of their new high tech surveillance system.  A vast network of spy cameras, license plate readers and databases will make it virtually impossible to do anything in public in New York City without the police knowing about it.

The following is from a New York Daily News article about this new system….

The NYPD is starting to look like a flashy, forensic crime TV show thanks to a new super computer system unveiled Wednesday near Wall St.

The Domain Awareness System designed by the NYPD and Microsoft Corp. uses data from a network of cameras, radiation detectors, license plate readers and crime reports, officials said.

“We’re not your mom and pop police department anymore,” Mayor Bloomberg crowed. “We are in the next century. We are leading the pack.”

Most Americans may read this and think that they do not have anything to worry about since they do not live in New York City.

Well, if you are thinking that right now you would be dead wrong.

As mentioned earlier, a new nationwide network of spy cameras is being rolled out all across the United States.  This surveillance grid is reportedly going to cover every major U.S. city and every major “high value target” in the country.

An RT article that was published on Friday revealed some absolutely shocking details about this new program….

Former senior intelligence officials have created a detailed surveillance system more accurate than modern facial recognition technology — and have installed it across the US under the radar of most Americans, according to emails hacked by Anonymous.

Every few seconds, data picked up at surveillance points in major cities and landmarks across the United States are recorded digitally on the spot, then encrypted and instantaneously delivered to a fortified central database center at an undisclosed location to be aggregated with other intelligence. It’s part of a program called TrapWire and it’s the brainchild of the Abraxas, a Northern Virginia company staffed with elite from America’s intelligence community. The employee roster at Arbaxas reads like a who’s who of agents once with the Pentagon, CIA and other government entities according to their public LinkedIn profiles, and the corporation’s ties are assumed to go deeper than even documented.

Most of the people involved in implementing this kind of technology honestly believe that what they are doing is good for America.

They believe that it will help prevent terrorist attacks and make America a safer place.

But what kind of country will this be once the government is looking over our shoulders 24 hours a day?

According to RT, this new surveillance system is already operating in major cities from coast to coast….

Since its inception, TrapWire has been implemented in most major American cities at selected high value targets (HVTs) and has appeared abroad as well. The iWatch monitoring system adopted by the Los Angeles Police Department (pdf) works in conjunction with TrapWire, as does the District of Columbia and the “See Something, Say Something” program conducted by law enforcement in New York City, which had 500 surveillance cameras linked to the system in 2010. Private properties including Las Vegas, Nevada casinos have subscribed to the system. The State of Texas reportedly spent half a million dollars with an additional annual licensing fee of $150,000 to employ TrapWire, and the Pentagon and other military facilities have allegedly signed on as well.

Do we really want to give up all of our privacy just so that we can feel a little bit safer?

The truth is that no surveillance system on earth could possibly keep us 100% safe.  Bad things are always going to happen, and no amount of surveillance is going to prevent that.

More surveillance may make it easier to catch the people who do those bad things, but do we really want to give up all of our privacy for that?

Sadly, in recent years a whole bunch of polls and surveys have found that a majority of Americans are willing to sacrifice liberty for more security.

Perhaps that is why more Americans are not objecting to the horrible abuse that is happening at U.S. airports.

Americans have been trained to believe that turning our country into a high tech security state is a good thing and so most of them are just going along with it.

We live at a time when paranoia is running rampant.  The government has even created an iPhone app that is designed to encourage us all to take photos of “suspicious activity” and report our neighbors to the Feds.

When I was growing up, totalitarian regimes such as North Korea were portrayed as the “bad guys”, but now we are becoming more like them every single day.

And this is not just happening on the federal level.

Police on the local level are also acting like totalitarian thugs as well.

Recently, a woman down in Florida was pulled over by a police car for rolling through a stop sign.  What happened next is something out of a horror movie….

The cop then placed Tarantino in the back of the squad car, where she allegedly sat for two hours. When backup arrived, Tarantino was strip searched on the side of the road, where passing motorists could see everything.

Then, in a gruesome twist, a female officer “forcibly removed” a tampon from Tarantino.

Are we still living in America?

What in the world are we becoming?

After 9/11, we were told that the terrorists were overseas and that we needed to create a “Department of Homeland Security” to protect us all from them.

Well, now we are finding out that “extremist domestic organizations” are as much of a “threat” as terrorists from overseas are.

The following is from an article posted on the Homeland Security News Wire….

The FBI and other government law-enforcement agencies have been convinced for a while that terrorism from extremist domestic organizations is just as dangerous as terrorism from foreign organizations, but efforts by authorities to detect and pre-empt violent extremists have faced serious legal and political hurdles, including free speech guarantees and pushback from political lobbies suspicious of the government’s motives

In America today, literally everyone is a potential terrorist.

That means that you must be watched.

That means that you must be spied on every hour of every day.

Welcome to the new Amerika.  I hope that you will enjoy your Orwellian prison camp.


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  • Rodster

    No longer land of the free.

  • DiscouragedOne

    Welcome to England…NO? This is the USA? Really?

    How can we be stupid enough to give up our precious freedom?

    • Rodster

      Decades of the dumbing down of America. Corrupt politicians on both sides of the aisle who did whatever they could to get reelected even if it meant selling out America for their job and retirement money.

      Oh and lies, upon lies to the American sheeple. While they were doing all of this behind our backs, we were watching MLB on Fox, NFL on Fox, American Idol, etc, etc.

      It has become a police state.

  • mushrooms in the dark

    Mommygov will keep us safe and would never hurt us.

  • marK

    I have to admit that I supported Bush and his patriot act and I was wrong. We do not need to lose our freedom for a small amount of protection. I live way out in the country and do not see all of these things going on except when we go into a city. In a short time when the many of the 30,000 drones are brought back from wars that will never end, the freedom to take a leak in the woods might be gone as they come to arrest you for some new rule against put in place. Will they place a tax on the food I grow in my garden or will they even stoop to tell what I can or can’t grow? They did this to farmers and won in the Supreme Court. This power is all about control of us by the control freaks.


      the freedom to take a leak in the woods might be gone as they come to arrest you for some new rule against put in place!!!I CALL IT MY IP ADDRESS!!

    • voted to the patriot act!! AT LEAST YOU WOKE UP! STOOGE!

  • Jodi

    I just discovered your new website a few days ago. Keep up the good work! Thank You!

    I think I’ve said this before. Surveillance articles are scariest articles you write, this should frighten every single person in America.

    • Michael


      I am absolutely amazed at how fast this technology is progressing.


  • El Pollo de Oro

    DiscouragedOne: How can we be stupid enough to give up our precious freedom? I can summarize it in one word: fear. Post 9/11, The Banana Republic of America (formerly Les Etas Unis) has been a very fearful place. In Neocon Bizarro World, Americans are shaking in their boots. The message of George W. Bush, Dick “Deficits Don’t Matter” Cheney and his gang of neocon thugs was, “Be afraid. Be very afraid. Vote for us because if you don’t, the terrorists are going to get you. And whatever you do, don’t listen to Ron Paul. Those pesky Libertarians don’t realize that we have to give up our freedoms in order to be safe.” Now, in the era of Barack “Goldman Sachs” Obama, the neocon agenda continues with the National Defense Authorization Act and TSA goons abusing Americans at the airport. And Americans from both wings of the War Party (the RepubliKKKan wing and the Democrap wing) are still pushing their agenda of fear and cowardice. But a libertarian talk show host by the name of Katherine Albrecht put it best when she said that authoritarian governments kill a hell of a lot more people than terrorists. Very astute observation, Katherine. Pol Pot, Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, Pinochet, Franco–this is the type of bloodbath that occurs when you surrender your civil liberties in the name of security.

    I grieve for my country. But at least we still have patriots like Gerald Celente, Alex Jones, Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, Katherine Albrecht, Justin Raimondo ( and Paul Craig Roberts who are willing to stand up for liberty.

    • Mal R

      “RepubliKKKan ”

      Only part I can really disagree with. The KKK is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democrat party.

  • Louise in MO

    So what do we do? Would this kind of surveillance have stopped the horrific shootings in Auror, Colorado?

    The families of those killed and terribly injured would most likely agree with this new program. I don’t know that we can really make a sound judgment on this.

    Part of me agrees with you, Michael. The mother, grandmother in me is not so sure.

  • Nick

    Louise, the answer to tragedies such as the Colorado shooting is very simple. We don’t need surveillance. We don’t need troops constantly patrolling. We just need our freedoms and our rights. If there weren’t so many gun restrictions, all the while the government keeps indoctrinating this anti-gun stigma, it would be likely some movie-goers would be carrying. The shooter would never have gotten away with as many kills as he did. He would’ve been stopped so quickly.

  • A concerned young AmeriCan Patriot

    Sadly, few people live with the notion that it is better to be free than safe. As Benjamin Franklin once said “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

    -Young Patriot

  • They can believe in their ‘good intentions’ all they want. But what they are are traitors.

  • Kidd

    Things will turn out much more differently than the Government realizes.