Posts Tagged ‘Bill Gates’

The Surveillance State Comes to a School Near You in Common Core

May 23, 2013

Data Mining Students Through Common Core:

This gives new meanings to the government “Total Awareness” databases. Remember, that was the name the Pentagon gave to one of their cyber initiatives, meant to gather information from the entire Internet for whatever purpose they had in mind for it, wink wink.

They must be getting tired of letting free speech exercise blow the cover off their different operations for taking over our lives.

They will use new technology to even track the students’ facial expressions, seat posture, and other physiological data to track them, and some of the documents suggest some “predictive” software. “Precognizing” behavior.

Within the February report, the DOE displayed photographs of the actual technology that will be used on students, if the department’s plan is fully implemented. What they call the “four parallel streams of affective sensors” will be employed to effectively “measure” each child. The “facial expression camera,” for instance, “is a device that can be used to detect emotion…. The camera captures facial expressions, and software on the laptop extracts geometric properties on faces.” Other devices, such as the “posture analysis seat,” “pressure mouse,” and “wireless skin conductance sensor,” which looks like a wide, black bracelet strapped to a child’s wrist, are all designed to collect “physiological response data from a biofeedback apparatus that measures blood volume, pulse, and galvanic skin response to examine student frustration.”

In an attempt to assuage such fears regarding students’ privacy, the February report stated the following:

Privacy is always a concern, especially when leveraging data available in the “cloud” that users may or may not be aware is being mined. However, another emergent concern is the consequences of using new types of personal data in new ways. Learners and educators have the potential to get forms of feedback about their behaviors, emotions, physiological responses, and cognitive processes that have never been available before. Measurement developers must carefully consider the impacts of releasing such data, sometimes of a sensitive nature.

Even when using their most eloquent language to sell us the product, the DOE’s explanation is more disturbing than comforting. They openly admit that students under Common Core will be poked and prodded for information of a “sensitive nature.” But what specifically is this information?

They plan to track what their own public documents say is “sensitive” information. I guess since these standards were done with Bill Gates money, after Bill Gates’ comments about reducing population growth by the use of universal vaccination, maybe they would have a worry about “sensitivity”:

In 2010, the National Center for Education Statistics released a technical brief about “Guidance for Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS),” which formulated a detailed plan for “data stewardship” in education. The SLDS created a grant program in 2005, each grant lasting three to five years at up to $20 million per grantee. In 2012, a combination of 24 states and territories struck a deal to implement data mining to receive grants. “Personally Identifiable Information” will be extracted from each student, which will include the following data: parents’ names, address, Social Security Number, date of birth, place of birth, mother’s maiden name, etc. On the other hand, according to the SLDS brief, “Sensitive Information” will also be extracted, which delves into the intimate details of students’ lives:

1. Political affiliations or beliefs of the student or parent;

2. Mental and psychological problems of the student or the student’s family;

3. Sex behavior or attitudes;

4. Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating, and demeaning behavior;

5. Critical appraisals of other individuals with whom respondents have close family relationships;

6. Legally recognized privileged or analogous relationships, such as those of lawyers, physicians, and ministers;

7. Religious practices, affiliations, or beliefs of the student or the student’s parent; or

8. Income (other than that required by law to determine eligibility for participation in a program or for receiving financial assistance under such program).

The United States is supposedly a republic. Did parents demand all this from their representatives? Did the people demand it? Did they write letters to the editor even asking pretty please will somebody prod, poke and measure our kids and watch them and track their behavior –by individual– to form a national database so our benevolent authorities can make sure they learn to be good little compliant citizens?

Jesus Christ said the truth shall make you free. Better to know the truth, because it is misguided to trust in a delusion of freedom or trust in the label of “democracy” or “majority vote”.

I finally see the difference. Everybody universally has an environment that limits their choices and that even means the most powerful worldwide cliques. If some such group had no limitations they would simply announce themselves and tell us they rule us, like Carroll Quigley, Bill Clinton’s mentor at Georgetown University, wrote they should.

The rest of us don’t have their power or resources, but we can have the truth if we want it. Or at least a “love for the truth”. And the truth makes us free, because we are much less likely to be deluded by strangers’ promises and pleas to trust them.

John 8:32
And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.


Brilliant tyrant strategy: Get the infirm to off themselves for you, and get mothers to off their babies

April 10, 2012
Abortion Memorial

Aborted Baby Memorial (Photo credit: DrGBB)

Convincing women to kill their own babies IS a war on women!

Obama’s attack on health hurts women more than it does men!

Convincing the infirm that their life is not worth living IS a hateful thing to do to them!

Abortion is about the BABY IN THE WOMB, it’s NOT about the mother!

“Assisted suicide” is for the selfish living, it’s not “helping” the victim!


‘Impressed’ and ‘Delighted’ Hypocrite Warren Buffett Matches one GOP Rep’s Deficit Donations

January 21, 2012

This billionaire hypocrite tried to turn it around on Boehner‘s invitation to him to put his money where his mouth is and contribute what he thinks he should pay to bring down the deficit.

‘Impressed’ and ‘Delighted’ Warren Buffett Matches one GOP Rep’s Deficit Donations:

Hey! Let us see Buffet match the money that Ron Paul refuses to take in Congressional salary! But Buffet playing the game that got his where he is I guess (and I thought he was maybe just a savvy investor and nothing more), no doubt does not want to give the only honestly constitutional representative in Congress any more publicity than does the rest of Compromised Media.

It was Buffet who complained about his tax rate, it wasn’t the Republicans in Congress! Hypocrite Times Ten! Buffet’s retort should have sent waves of uproarious laughter throughout the Internet!

Then his fellow rich guys like Michael Moore claim they don’t want to be disadvantaged against the other zillionaires, but then they have no right to claim to be speaking for them either. They just want us to conspire to help take away the money earned by smart labor, saving, investment and efforts of those who earn a little more than the rest of us, and from other potential competitors.

I would welcome Warren Buffet to pay normal tax bracket percentages on the ONE BILLION DOLLARS he hid from the tax man in his so-called “non-profit” trusts he left to his children to run, and pay the same tax bracket amount on the ELEVEN BILLION DOLLARS he hid by putting it into Bill Gates‘ “charity”, a “non-profit” that makes noises about reducing the numbers of the rest of us in the world, and “promoting education” in Microsoft products around the world.