Thursday, February 25, 2016

Apple smartphone psyop

Feb 23 2016

Don't believe for a minute that "Apple won't crack" a smartphone for the government. This entire thing is such a filthy transparent lie on so many levels, it makes my blood boil. Here are the reasons:

1. It plays make-pretend that the government actually cared enough about privacy to not mandate that every CPU have backdoors and be hackable.

2. It plays make-pretend that the government actually cared enough about privacy to not mandate that every operating system have backdoors, JUST FOR THEM, and not be hackable.

3. It plays make-pretend that the NSA did not record everything that ever happened on that cellphone to begin with, when it first went across the cell network and internet.

4. It plays make-pretend that Apple never knew it had to make things penetrable for the government, and gallingly makes it look like Apple could actually do something to prevent snooping if they wanted to. This is ludicrous. That iPhone is not a custom device stolen from Russian intelligence.

5. It plays stupid with people who have common sense.

6. It amounts to stealing – in this case, the federal government stealing honor and credibility they do not deserve – simply by lying openly in front of everyone by saying they cannot get in, which implies they had respect for people and have to make a special case now; when in reality, the only special case out there they might not pay attention to FULL-TIME is a cellphone issued by a care center to a Down's syndrome dependent who spends all day playing a catch-the-rabbit game with it, and nothing more. And even that particular cellphone would probably be bugged, because they would turn the camera on to watch the janitor.

7. Even the McAfee owner speaking up on this angers me, because 3 years ago I had a man who worked for both McAfee and Norton at different times tell me that they have to make their products resistant to hackers; all the while, they provide totally open backdoors for the NSA to walk right through, and in many cases the backdoors they provide are even better than the ones from Microsoft. That makes the owner of McAfee a bald-faced liar.

8. This entire charade pisses me off because I believe they killed Steve Jobs [unlikely: see Miles Mathis' paper on Steve Jobs] and know they destroyed the vastly superior Commodore Amiga, because both were not playing ball with the NSA data rape program. To destroy the Amiga, they simply removed it from store shelves; all the while, it was selling extremely well. Those that remained were scooped up and used by professional musicians and concert venues as equipment and lighting controllers, because even to this day, nothing from Microsoft, Apple, or Android can match what the Amiga was, with the Amiga being capable of controlling 65,000 different pieces of stage equipment OUT OF BOX, from pyrotechnics to lights to curtains, SIMULTANEOUSLY IN REAL TIME, without a single glitch. The government does not want people to have computers capable of more than lighting up a screen and running speakers; and even at that, it has to be hacked.

And I guess the entire phone charade angers me mostly because they EXPECT ME TO BE STUPID ENOUGH TO BELIEVE IT.


  1. That is a true story , every virus i have ficed has been contributed to those 2 virus companies plus many others , they were the virus . When you have them on they are a direct in road to your compter much like windows updates or any update for software . I use non of them and haven't had a virus in 15 yrs . Just set all your windows security properly and browsers which are the worst especially bookmarks . Adobe is another risk but no14.1 cam be used as an extra security if you know how to work the registry in which you can delete update hooks on any software .They hate it and always warn you that your browser wont work but it does . Only one firefox was any good andeven that one you need to fiddle in the registry .If you have google crome or facebook you have a virus for certain . Leave your emails on the srver do not operate them from within your computer , just log on and use it on the server bye bye viruses .

  2. Anything to do with Gore is a scam for certain .

  3. FYI John McAfee - McAfee resigned from the company in 1994. Two years after McAfee Associates went public, McAfee sold his remaining stake in the company So the friend who worked there 3 yrs ago was not working under John McAfee -Network Associates was formed in 1997 as a merger of McAfee Associates and Network General. The Network Associates company name was retained for seven years, when it was renamed McAfee, Inc. In August 2010, Intel bought McAfee,[7][8] maintaining the separate branding, until January 2014, when it announced that McAfee related products will be marketed as Intel Security. McAfee expressed his pleasure at his name no longer being associated with the software

  4. I think the 14th amendment has a lot to be considered in this tug of war. The 14th makes Apple person. Though a fiction it is a for profit fiction which bears no resemblance to the federal domestic fiction. There for Apple is correct in telling the FBI to stick it.

    If you leave all the druthers out of this this whole thing boils down to the FBI making Apple work to them. This is called an impaired contract. What this means is totalitarian government. Yeah, it is here and this tug of war proves it.

    So Apple is correct in telling the FBI to go get bent.

  5. And never forget FBI director James Comey had an HSBC gig.


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