Date: Tue, 03 Oct 2000 21:00:24 GMT From: saabsternopsameja.com Subject: Re: Ominously standard OnStar
Nate, if you think the Illuminati aren't real you're living in a naive world. The group, as is well documented, was founded in late 18th century Bavaria and continues to this day. It's not just 10-12 rich capitalists; their numbers are in the scores. Are you going to deny the existence of such groups as the Bilderbergers, the Trilateral Commission, etc. as well? Saabster In article <39d970cb.0nopsamy.powercom.net>, "Nate t. G." <ngoddardnopsamnect.net> wrote: > hello, > sorry, but I just GOTTA respond. Illuminati my ASS! First of all, our > own govt is bad enough about taking away our freedom, true enough, but the > Illuminati is the biggest hoax around. no 10 or 12 men (or whatever the > current number of "council" members of the group) whit that much power could > share it with out causing major wars, and killing/assassinating each other > into oblivion. Occham's Razor's principle of simple explanation, combined > with human greed, arrogance and stupidity easily explain any such > "conspiracy" theory. > > -- > Nate t. G. > > '87 900 Turbo 16v > Athlon 650 - NT4/W2K > > <saabsternopsameja.com> wrote in message news:8rb8g2$ji4 $1nopsam1.deja.com... > > Gee Four Weis, I'm saddened to know that, to pay for your Saab, you're > > earning a living laying out social control infrastructure for the > > fascist Illuminati. Rough job--but someone's gotta do it. Right? Two > > million incarcerated Americans ain't nearly enough.... > > > > In article <39D533E1.3D271542nopsamcom>, > > Four Weis <mweinopsamcom> wrote: > > > You may be too little and too late. I worked on IT projects that > > linked > > > FBI, SSN, INS, DMV and Welfare databases together. If you went to get > > a > > > driver's license, or applied for a job or for benefits - all the > > databases > > > were searched to verify your identity, as well as other facts. > > On-Star > > > should be the least of your worries. If you were ever in the > > military, > > > police/fire department, held a security clearance, or arrested, your > > > fingerprints are on file. There are computer systems that read your > > thumb > > > print online to verify your identity. Rumor has it, the car rental > > > companies are starting to use this system. > > > > > > Privacy as we once knew it is long gone - all in the name of security. > > > > > > saabsternopsameja.com wrote: > > > > > > > Did anyone ever think that having a satellite tracking your car at > > all > > > > times might be a bad thing? I think a civil liberties issue can be > > made > > > > of it. What if you're delinquent in your payments; the repo man need > > > > only locate your ride via satellite to take it back. Call me > > paranoid, > > > > but I'm not comfy with a system that can recall my car's > > geographical > > > > position at any time. Just seems insidious... > > > > > > > > Saabster > > > > > > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > > > > Before you buy. > > > > > > > > > > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > > Before you buy. > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.