Walmart Mind Control: Supercomputer & 12ghz Satelite Network Abusing Millions?

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Offline anonpp

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Judge hears $2-billion lawsuit against Wal-Mart, Microsoft over brain control - Rose's claim states "that he has been subject to invasive brain computer interface technology, research, experiments, field studies and surgery" and also named the University of B.C. and the B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons as defendants -  http://www.canada.com/nanaimodailynews/story.html?id=7aab0bd7-78c3-43a8-9f8d-e2c35cd2c780


Walmart starts it's own intelligence agency, beings massive spy campaign on 1.7 million employees - http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/29/business/29walmart.html?_r=1, http://walmartwatch.com/blog/archives/wal_mart_hires_new_business_intelligence_firm, http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=160002.0


Wal-Mart launches world's largest private satellite communication system, transmissions are sent via the Satellite Business System SBS 4 satellite, one of about a dozen Ku-band satellites. - http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3092/is_n3_v27/ai_6333369/

With the vaunted supercomputer housed in the David Glass Technology Center, which is second only to the Pentagon's supercomputer in the world, Wal-Mart is able to... - http://ezinearticles.com/?Is-Wal-Mart-Good-for-America-or-the-World?&id=989875

According to one consumer activist, Katherine Albrecht, even the wildest conspiracy buff might be surprised at just how much Wal-Mart knows about its customers - and how much more it would like to know.  - http://cryptome.org/eyeball/walmart/walmart-birds.htm

Walmart CEO's and List of Senior Staff Throughout History: http://www.nndb.com/company/158/000049011/

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* Some guy filed a lawsuit against Wal-mart (anybody can sue anyone for anything.  You could sue Santa Claus tomorrow if you wanted).

* Wal-mart has a big datacenter, centralized loss prevention measures, and a big budget.

You are reading way too much into the information you've assembled.

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that coming from you is pretty funny.
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that coming from you is pretty funny.

So, I'm guessing it's okay to drop into your threads and mock you based on your admitted diagnosis of mental illness?

Do you ever contribute anything to these threads except projection ("I am mentally ill, so you must be too")?


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Solution: a piece of cake.  Don't shop at Walmart.

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So, I'm guessing it's okay to drop into your threads and mock you based on your admitted diagnosis of mental illness?

Do you ever contribute anything to these threads except projection ("I am mentally ill, so you must be too")?

HaHa , I said I "self diagnosed" , I am not a doctor , so my "diagnosis" is invalid.  You show me one ounce of proof that you are a T.I and then maybe I will not "mock" you....

I wonder if Curly and Larry are lonely.....
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Judge hears $2-billion lawsuit against Wal-Mart, Microsoft over brain control - Rose's claim states "that he has been subject to invasive brain computer interface technology, research, experiments, field studies and surgery" and also named the University of B.C. and the B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons as defendants -  http://www.canada.com/nanaimodailynews/story.html?id=7aab0bd7-78c3-43a8-9f8d-e2c35cd2c780


Walmart starts it's own intelligence agency, beings massive spy campaign on 1.7 million employees - http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/29/business/29walmart.html?_r=1, http://walmartwatch.com/blog/archives/wal_mart_hires_new_business_intelligence_firm, http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=160002.0


Wal-Mart launches world's largest private satellite communication system, transmissions are sent via the Satellite Business System SBS 4 satellite, one of about a dozen Ku-band satellites. - http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3092/is_n3_v27/ai_6333369/

With the vaunted supercomputer housed in the David Glass Technology Center, which is second only to the Pentagon's supercomputer in the world, Wal-Mart is able to... - http://ezinearticles.com/?Is-Wal-Mart-Good-for-America-or-the-World?&id=989875

According to one consumer activist, Katherine Albrecht, even the wildest conspiracy buff might be surprised at just how much Wal-Mart knows about its customers - and how much more it would like to know.  - http://cryptome.org/eyeball/walmart/walmart-birds.htm

Walmart CEO's and List of Senior Staff Throughout History: http://www.nndb.com/company/158/000049011/

I had an English teacher who had worked at Wal-Mart either before or after enlisting in the Marines (he was quite scary at times, lol). He called being part of the Wal-Mart community one of the strangest and unhealthiest experiences of his life, even more so than the military for some reason or other. He talked about it enough. He also ranted all the time about some vast conspiracy to suppress true knowledge that exists in the world, but wasn't very effective in waking anyone up at all, but rather at alienating himself and others rather than inspiring them toward useful, constructive action.

The "Spy Balls" alone should scare most people out of shopping at Wally World anymore. Why on earth would anyone allow such a blatant invasion of privacy? Isn't self respect worth a few cents more than the imported Chinese crap that they stock there? FFS I am quite surprised that the moron didn't have something more tangible to say about it all. He just screamed a lot and threw furniture at people occasionally. Not sure if he still has a job.
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I haven''t shopped at Walmarts in probably five years or more.  I haven't lived in the States for over three.  What the heck are the "spy balls" at Walmart?  Surveillance cameras that look like balls?

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I haven''t shopped at Walmarts in probably five years or more.  I haven't lived in the States for over three.  What the heck are the "spy balls" at Walmart?  Surveillance cameras that look like balls?

http://markpickup.org/2008/03/little-black-cameras-at-walmart.html

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread79863/pg1

http://www.betanews.com/article/WalMart-Expands-Use-of-RFID-Tracking/1158092179

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/12/walmart-sued/

http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=000pg3

I can't find a current photo because I don't think they allow photography in there (bad excuse I know), but there are some stores which have many rows of those large hanging ball cameras, right near the checkouts. Tons of them. WHy would that be?

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http://markpickup.org/2008/03/little-black-cameras-at-walmart.html

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread79863/pg1

http://www.betanews.com/article/WalMart-Expands-Use-of-RFID-Tracking/1158092179

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/12/walmart-sued/

http://photo.net/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=000pg3

I can't find a current photo because I don't think they allow photography in there (bad excuse I know), but there are some stores which have many rows of those large hanging ball cameras, right near the checkouts. Tons of them. WHy would that be?


Near the checkouts leads me to believe they are largely checking up on their clerks, whom they evidently do not trust, and are also making sure goods do not leave the store without being paid for, probably for the most part.  Loss prevention would certainly explain the location of those caperas which apparently are not all that discreet, let alone secret or hidden.

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Well, WalMart is a really big business, and big companies do take extreme measures to safeguard their important data.  And I'm sure that these 'safeguards' are the cover for operations that only Wal-Mart (and the CIA) know about.

I've also read before that Wal-Mart is hooked into a facial recognition database (so that Wal-Mart knows who's buying what, even with cash - or should I say, *especially* with cash) and that the CIA is hooked into Wal-Mart's networks.  It's believable.  The rules change when your statistical universe is big enough, you can do things that just don't make sense for small organizations.  It's why the intelligence agencies can construct big plans out of large networks of informants, moved around like pawns on a chessboard.

(As for that other guy in this thread, he's just another drive-by troll who thinks 2000+ one-liners make him a "hero".  You don't ever know someone's real by what they claim to be, and in the case of covert operations, you'll never get confirmation from the authorities; it's what they do that makes them real.  It's why this forum has banned self-proclaimed "truthers" who disrupt the place.)

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(As for that other guy in this thread, he's just another drive-by troll who thinks 2000+ one-liners make him a "hero".  You don't ever know someone's real by what they claim to be, and in the case of covert operations, you'll never get confirmation from the authorities; it's what they do that makes them real.  It's why this forum has banned self-proclaimed "truthers" who disrupt the place.)

Check your facts before you make silly suggestions, I have a bunch of LONG posts.
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Check your facts before you make silly suggestions, I have a bunch of LONG posts.

Another one-liner from an anonymous and judgmental "hero member" with 2000+ one-liners and other content-free posts.  Given that you've stated you're mentally ill, and that you're an anonymous drive-by troll, why should anyone take you seriously?  Isn't the number under your handle basically a measure of how much you've disrupted the forum?  Shouldn't the moderators be kicking you out right about now?

Anyway, back to the subject of Wal-Mart and the lawsuit, I didn't study the lawsuit before I made my first post in this thread, but this is not something I would cite as evidence of mind control.  I think the case of Jay Carciero is stronger.

The first time I saw the place (in '98) I was shocked.  It looked like a cattle roundup.  I'm ashamed to say that I did shop there for a while, and went there on rare occasions until 2006 but I haven't been there since then.  I've been going out of my way to avoid that place, even if it means doing without.

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Could the whole Walmart surveillance system be a massive sociological experiment/intelligence gathering project?  Sure, why not.  Helps pay for the loss-prevention, right?

(BTW, Sane's got a whole 'nother thread going about this somewhere with some good articles.)

Two birds with one stone.

Walton family probably gets paid bigtime for this.

If you don't know you're a rat in a maze the moment you walk into a Walmarts, you almost deserve to be part of a sociological experiment. Caveat emptor.

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Another one-liner from an anonymous and judgmental "hero member" with "2000+ one liners and other content-free posts.  Given that you've stated you're mentally ill, and that you're an anonymous drive-by troll, why should anyone take you seriously?  Isn't the number under your handle basically a measure of how much you've disrupted the forum?  Shouldn't the moderators be kicking you out right about now?



I've seen you use this same tired "tactic" on everyone that disagrees with you.  Really this all started because I think you are a part time schizophrenic and a full time d-bag.  Anyway , I don't have "2000+ one liners" , so again before you run your paranoid fingers across the keys , why not check the validity of what your saying?

oh I get it...that's your game , you hope that rather than the other members here checking the facts about your claims , they will take your word for it. Just like we should all take your word that you are stalked. I said I was "crazy" as a joke fool , ya know like your claims...

You claim you are stalked and I say "I was crazy once too" , you remember that? You are weak , your claims are weak. You do nothing but grasp at straws with your "attacks". Look up in the thread you freak , my involvement with this thread started with a joke. Now go back to the  stainless steel cell you have constructed to "stop" the voices in your head. And the reason you mostly get short posts from me is because your issues are not worth much more , now I have placated you , it has been an utter waste of my time and for that I am regretfull.
"I do not believe that there were, at the Council of Nicea,
three persons present who believed in the truth of what was set down.
If there were, it was on account of their ignorance."
J. M. Roberts, "Antiquity Unveiled", 1892

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Subject at hand.. sociological experiment is what I assume. For corporate marketing, for government social control.

This is why I'm surprised there hasn't been more serious discussion about the implications of this technology, both at this site and across the community at large.

I guess burden of proof is the main problem. So just extrapolate from current possibilities.

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It's like I said, Sane's got another thread around here with some stories directly related to this.  I'll try to find the link.


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This is why I'm surprised there hasn't been more serious discussion about the implications of this technology, both at this site and across the community at large.

Well, because people who step forward and discuss it as an issue talk about it in a way that is highly discrediting.  I assume you have checked out several sites that are used to ridicule targets of mind-invasive attacks.  Those sites are PsyOps, which get a lot of their material from t.i.'s, who themselves get their material from people who are trying to mislead them.  (see my article on the subject of psyops used to discredit and mislead targets.)

Many truthers have swallowed those PsyOps whole, either believing t.i.'s are a bunch of nuts, or living in fear of being associated with people who appear nutty.  PsyOps are used heavily because they work, even on people who ought to know better.

So, even though this is a huge issue, getting very close to the center of the invisible empire, nobody wants to talk about it.  You have to recognize that as a t.i. you are the target of non-stop disinformation campaigns, and so are all other t.i.'s.  Finding out how these things work from other t.i.'s puts you in the hands of their handlers.  It's up to you to research the basic physics and biology behind how these things work.  I've done some of the research, and if you can take it further, by all means do so.  Don't just parrot what I or others say.

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jeremy and kilgore please do not hijack this thread into side battles...

anonpp...please sumarize the gist of this thread

thanks
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Walmart is private property , they can watch people all day. If someone is against their policies , they can either stop shopping there , or stop working there. We still have those rights.
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If there were, it was on account of their ignorance."
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The "eye in the sky" technology being built into every Walmart was a surveillance system perfected in casinos to serve the mob, a mob that has morphed into our own top-down government. It was on track for a major facial recognition revolution and was fully connected to the FBI/CIA network known as the Sun King. - http://robertscourt.blogspot.com/2009/01/walmart-enslaves-masses-with-mind.html

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from  http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/walmart/secrets/wmchina.html:

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Wal-Mart had caught the China bug. In a speech to business schools in the early '90s, David Glass, who succeeded Sam Walton as CEO, advised students to learn Mandarin Chinese. In regional meetings, Glass told Wal-Mart execs that if they didn't think internationally, they were working for the wrong company. "The only reason [manufacturing] moved from Taiwan was China's low level of wages," said one early Wal-Mart Hong Kong buyer. "We didn't have any trouble in China, because the Taiwanese went into China and built up the factories. We were dealing with the same people."

Working through PREL's Asian suppliers, Wal-Mart buyers became actively involved in developing products, and educating the mainland Chinese on how to make goods that would sell in America. "You'd go into a factory in Taiwan that's making men's shirts. You see what works," the Wal-Mart buyer recalled. "And then you go into China and tell a factory in China, 'This is why we're not buying from you.' Chinese people are not dumb. They're tenacious. They know they need to learn very quickly."

In 1992, with Wal-Mart clocking in at a 40 percent annual growth rate, Goldman Sachs analyst George Strachan released a study concluding that Wal-Mart was in the midst of "a major strategic merchandising revolution breaking from a history of almost exclusive commitment to [U.S.] national-brand products, expanding and improving its private-label offerings and marketing them more aggressively than ever before."

By lining its shelves with its own in-house brands, Wal-Mart began competing directly, on its own shelves, with its national, household brand-name suppliers. "It makes them more efficient," argues Ray Bracy, Wal-Mart's vice president of international corporate affairs. "I suppose you could suggest that they would like to not have that competition. But it makes them better."

The development of Wal-Mart's house brands proved to be a watershed. Consumer surveys had established that Americans cared less and less about buying national brands: Low price trumped brand loyalty. In the period following Sam Walton's death, when Wal-Mart's sales slowed and its stock price began to stagnate, this consumer trend freed the company to ramp up the production of its house brands through unbranded suppliers in China, who now had privileged access to Wal-Mart's 3,500 stores across America. The result was that Wal-Mart became its own de facto manufacturer, developing and designing products according to the taste of its customers, as analyzed by Wal-Mart's supercomputer. Profits soared.

Privately, long-time U.S. suppliers expressed dismay. "They invaded our core business model," said one apparel maker, requesting that his name be withheld. "Wal-Mart seems intent on managing the total product life cycle." If the competitive pressures of Wal-Mart's store brands continue, he said he would close his American factories, abandon his own brand, and try to solicit Wal-Mart's private label business in China. "We call it 'the race to the bottom,'" he asserted. "It's sad because I see that productivity increases [in America] are still possible through automation. There's room for improved efficiency. But it's impossible [to stay here] with retailers going for cheap Chinese labor."

By now, many American manufacturers, such as the apparel supplier, have little choice but to redefine themselves as "branded distributors" for overseas goods. In other words, instead of making their own products, they use their own brand names to market Chinese-made goods to retailers. They eke out profits by outsourcing production and marketing that production. The process is virtually the final step in the surrender to what Duke University Professor Gary Gereffi calls the Wal-Mart-China "joint venture."

For several years, Wal-Mart has been the single largest U.S. importer of Chinese consumer goods, surpassing the trade volume of entire countries, such as Germany and Russia. Global sourcing is now fully integrated into the company's operations -- giving Wal-Mart enormous leverage worldwide. Foreign products account for nearly all of Wal-Mart's trumpeted low opening price point goods.

During regularly scheduled conference calls with Wall Street analysts, Lee Scott, Wal-Mart CEO since 2000, touts global sourcing as the key to increasing company profits and continuing its expansion.

"No one can compete with China. Such efficiency, such manpower," said Frank Yuan, the former middleman who did business with Wal-Mart, and who now heads an international apparel trade show. "If you look at [Wal-Mart's] shoes or housewares, 80 or 90 percent is coming out of China. And apparel is not as big as it should be." After U.S. quotas on textile imports expire on Jan. 1, 2005, Yuan expects imports from China to rise to 80 percent of the apparel market.
Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried, not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed.

-President John F. Kennedy on the Global Conspiracy

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They're RFID system is top notch!
I know, Installed one in a "Superstore" in '05

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"A Wal-Mart Stores Inc. employee fired this week for allegedly intercepting and recording calls from a news reporter and others said he felt pressured to uncover who at the retail giant was leaking embarrassing information to outsiders. "

http://www.wakeupwalmart.com/news/article.html?article=667