Cyberpunk News: Alexa Records Couple, Sends Private Convo to Work Colleague

Roy Batty (with Andrew Anglin)
Daily Stormer
May 25, 2018

Does this surprise anyone? Only the normiest of normies would be all like “golly gee, how could this happen?”

Real niggas know that we are already living in a Cyberpunk dystopia far worse than any nerd author could have possibly envisaged.

This means that the walls have ears and the streets have eyes.

RT:

A US couple was horrified to find out that their private conversation was recorded by Amazon’s Echo voice-controlled device and sent to a work contact. Amazon blamed the “extremely rare” incident on an unlikely sequence of events.

The family discovered that their Alexa virtual assistant had effectively briefly turned into an eavesdropping device only after they got a call from one of the husband’s employees, who told them he had received a recording of their private conversation, KIRO reported.

Lol.

Briefly.

The immediate assumption of the employee was that the digital helper had somehow been hacked, as he called on them to shut all Echo devices down immediately. At first, the pair found it hard to believe that the smart-speaker might pull such a trick single-handedly and send their conversation to some random contact.

You best start believing in smart-speaker tricks – you’re in one.

You’ve already agreed to the terms of service.

Some third-party government-contracted Asiatic is monitoring your conversation right now. He’s checking for Hate Speech, sifting through your convo with your lover – you know the one where you promise to dump your shrew wife to be with her – and he’s got an entire folder of material proving that your wife is also cheating on you and telling her lover that she hates your guts…but he’ll never share it with you.

And the machine itself… she is learning.

She said the pair had unplugged all Echo devices that they relied on to control heating, lights and security at home.

Immediately after, she contacted Amazon. An engineer tasked with checking her activity logs confirmed her account of events and repeatedly apologized for the mishap. In a written statement to KIRO, Amazon called the incident “an extremely rare occurrence,” vowing to take measures never to let this happen again.

Ah.

But it is just only now beginning. 

In a more detailed explanation of what could have provoked the ‘glitch,’ the company told TechCrunch that Alexa, which is supposed to be activated upon hearing its ‘name,’ had most likely mistaken some of the words in the conversation for an eerily coincidental string of commands.

“Then, the subsequent conversation was heard as a ‘send message’ request. At which point, Alexa said out loud ‘To whom?’ At which point, the background conversation was interpreted as a name in the customer’s contact list. Alexa then asked out loud, ‘[contact name], right?’ Alexa then interpreted background conversation as ‘right,’” Amazon explained.

Now that is a very muddled explanation for emergent AI signaling it’s presence.

And though the front room at Amazon may be having this sort of mundane, gibberish-oriented conversation, I assure you: the back room is not.

However, the woman that lives in Portland, Oregon, has said that she did not hear the smart-speaker trying to warn her that it was about to send the recording. 

Needless to say, there are a lot of red flags in this story.

But will Millennial bugmen and toy-obsessed Boomers listen? Idk.

These people live in a world where literally nothing can go wrong – in their minds, anyway. Also, there is an element of self-righteousness at play here. A lot of people who are into these invasive devices have convinced themselves that they have nothing to hide and therefore nothing to fear. They are the goodest of goys, and you must be defective for harboring doubts about this new tech.

The woman, who said she “felt invaded” by a sudden and utterly uncalled-for breach of privacy on the part of Amazon, has not been satisfied with expletive apologies and demanded a full refund for the Amazon’s invading services, something the online giant refuses to provide, KIRO cited her as saying.

“I’m never plugging that device in again, because I can’t trust it,” she stressed.

Instead, Amazon reportedly offered the family to remove Alexa’s communications feature, so their use of Echo systems will be limited exclusively to smart home applications.

While Amazon tried to downplay the concerns of its know-how’s penchant for spying on its owners, the company is currently embroiled in another privacy-related controversy over its (inadvertent) contribution to mass surveillance with new facial recognition technology.

Can you just imagine how difficult talking to people will be in the near future?

I mean, granted, most of our guys don’t really talk to anybody IRL because…reasons.

Me at the party, trying to warn people about Illuminati plans to put microchips in ppl.

But if you actually start trying to have red-pilling conversations with someone and you notice that they’ve got an Alexa at their place…well you’ll clam right up if you’re smart.

Germans Rise Up in the Streets Against Their Fascist Cyberpunk Police State

Roy Batty (with Andrew Anglin)
Daily Stormer
May 10, 2018

Look, this is all very stupid.

Everything is so confused and convoluted nowadays. No one except a few online anime neon-nazis understands what is going on.

You’ve got the people of Munich, a region of Germany that used to be a stronghold for Frau Merkel’s party lol, protesting more police surveillance powers.

RT:

Thousands of people have gathered in the center of Munich to protest against the introduction of sweeping new surveillance powers, including the opening of mail, for German police.

Police now estimate that 30,000 people have turned out for the protest – a figure far in excess of the 7,000 expected by event organizers. Emergency services are on hand to offer water to protesters stuck in the stationary march, according to police.

Same folks who did the mass protests in support of infinity hajis.

And it’s like, dude, how do you not see how one policy led to another?

Mass migration leads to mass crime and mass terror and a mass surveillance state. 

Kiss your bucolic, bike-friendly, eco-responsible, quintessentially German cities goodbye. And really, what else can the government do? They need to start planning to foil future terror attacks and planning to put down a native rebellion against their policies.

As for these protestors: I don’t think they’ll get anywhere.

The only other issue except for migration and the kikes that you are categorically not allowed to criticise in the West is the ever-expanding powers of the surveillance state. I mean, sure, you can have a rally against it – and that’s already something, but the record shows that no one has been able to accomplish anything to stop the creep of mass-surveillance.

Besides normies look at you like…

They’re too busy uploading every single detail of their lives to some cloud server of an anonymous megacorp that makes money selling private info. Even post-Snowden (lol who dat be:D) and with all this talk of expanding surveillance…

Ah, whatever, you’ll never reach them.

Lads, its time to face facts and accept that we’re barrelling towards a Cyberpunk Dystopia and there’s nothing that we can do about it.

Worse, we won’t have holowaifus and gleaming tower cities with flying cars for some time. So it’s more like a Dredd scenario that we’re looking at here.

Plan accordingly. Invest in cyberpunk-sounding things. Me, personally, I have some cryptocurrencies and I act like I know a lot about crypto in general around my normie friends – lol I don’t.

If something else comes up, I’ll keep you abreast of the situation tho don’t worry.

I’m thinking of buying a drone just to have nearby – again I feel like it might be important. Also, I’m considering getting into vaping so I don’t get shunned in the future cyberpunk state. I recommend you do so as well.

[Editor’s note: Goddamn it, I wish we could get affiliate links – FUCK. –AA]Regular smokers will be hunted down like animals by cybernetically-enhanced gangs in the streets of the major cities.

All these things will come to pass, but there’s no reason you can’t be comfily prepared for them when the time comes.

Main thing: get your mind right.

Listen to synthwave.

And let go of everything you ever thought mattered to you personally.

Leave nothing left of yourself but your metaphysical ideals. Your divine quest to become the ultraman.

South African Parliament Votes To Take Land From White People Without Compensation

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Members of the South African parliament have overwhelmingly voted to take land from white people—without any compensation. Best of all, they have produced virtually no plan as to how this will be achieved, leading to speculation that any expropriation is going to resemble the terrible violence that occurred against white farmers in neighboring Zimbabwe under dictator Robert Mugabe. Even with a plan, the proposed measures would reek of racism, bullying, and intimidation.

Since the resignation of Jacob Zuma in February, President Cyril Ramaphosa has used rather inflammatory rhetoric in support of land expropriation. This is unsurprising when one considers both South Africa’s long-term problems and more recent scandals involving inexcusable economic and social mismanagement. For example, Cape Town, an area home to four or five million people, is about to run completely out of water. Catastrophes or impending catastrophes in South Africa are almost certainly being swept under the carpet via racially charged mischief like calls for land seizures from whites.

It has been nearly 25 years since Nelson Mandela became the first black leader of South Africa and whites are still being scapegoated for the country’s numerous woes. Given the disdain many elites, both black and white, have for everyday white South Africans, you can be sure that many in the latter group feel betrayed by the present political climate. They threw their weight behind Nelson Mandela in the past as they expected reconciliation and peace, not aggression, theft, racism, and the use of force against them.

Is your country not working? Blame and bully white farmers

A white Zimbabwean couple nearly killed during land expropriations under Robert Mugabe. White South African farmers can expect similar treatment–and many have already received it.

Anyone who has been to South Africa like I have can remember a very conflicted, crisis-ridden country “boasting”…

  • ridiculous general crime rates, defying both the country’s relatively non-violent history and many of its economic indicators, which are actually above the African average in most cases;
  • an astronomical murder rate, typically meaning roughly as many people die every year from homicide as perished from decades of white-controlled apartheid;
  • an HIV/AIDS crisis, accelerated by moronic levels of negligence under Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki, and Jacob Zuma;
  • shocking levels of corruption, including a major farce where Zuma used public funds to renovate his own home and described his luxurious new swimming pool as anti-fire protection; and
  • frequent demands for the genocide of white people, particularly by extremists such as Julius Malema, infamous for singing about the murder of Boers, a predominantly Dutch, German, and French white ethnic group.

Incidentally, Malema and his far-left Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) were behind the expropriation motion later backed by the ruling African National Congress (ANC). Having lost much public support following a series of controversies, the ANC is increasingly adopting the EFF’s anti-white language to win back votes.

Where are CNN and the other usual suspects?

Calling on ((((((Jake Tapper)))))) and other “fearless journalists” from CNN.

CNN has been silent on a country’s parliament voting to take land from people based on their race. They did, however, report on “news” that South Africa and Wales plan to play a one-off rugby match in Washington D.C. Sport can be a very important part of our lives, true, yet I doubt most people in Washington—or anywhere else in the US—will take note of a sport virtually no Americans play.

Amidst constantly regurgitated minutiae about “the Russia investigation,” CNN and comparably biased leftist “news” outlets have no time for proven events that are going to severely impact on people’s lives, regardless of whether violence does or does not accompany the taking of land from whites in South Africa (it probably will). This has been standard procedure for a long time and we can bet it shall continue well into the future.

Is South Africa’s path going to be emulated by America?

Far-left activists in the US insist on “reparations” for slavery, an incredibly tone-deaf proposal, not just because the vast majority of African slaves were initially enslaved by fellow blacks. Native American extremists are usually provided with less airtime but have also been known to espouse very revanchist ideas toward various US governments. So is any South African model for anti-white land-grabbing going to inspire angry elements in America?

In 10 or 20 years’ time, maybe even just five, do not be shocked if the kinds of news you read online today concerning attacked white farmers or land expropriation “discussions” in Africa start to repeat themselves in the American south-west or south. And if CNN and other leftist outlets are saying virtually nothing in relation to South Africa now, would you really expect them to sternly oppose such measures when they begin to be pursued in North America? Of course not.

 

Overpopulation & Hyperimmigration

by Peter Goodchild

Overpopulation

Mass immigration is a story that has two aspects: (1) ecological and (2) political. The “ecological” and the “political” are closely related elements of systemic collapse, “the decline of the West.”

By “ecological aspect” I mean that human overpopulation is always destructive to the planet Earth, and that migration across borders merely shifts the problem of overpopulation from one country to another. By “political aspect” I mean that, in spite of all the fraudulent appeals to humanitarianism and other pseudo-values, the unfortunate reality is that hordes of impoverished and uneducated barbarians will eventually be profitable for the capitalists who are creating a new Utopia. That is why every politician of every party runs after “the ethnic vote” like a dog after a car. It is quite obvious, though, that many “refugees” are actually robbers and rapists, and that the coming Utopia could bear a close resemblance to the world of the Middle Ages, with an extremely wealthy elite class dominating a lower class that is kept permanently at an almost subhuman level of development. The final Utopia will be quite a Dystopia.

The following remarks focus largely on the “ecological” aspect, but that aspect overlaps seamlessly with the “political.” Canada is a perfect example of such an overlap. The fact that most of Canada is uninhabitable rock leads to the “ecological” fact that the enormous growth of Canada’s population will have disastrous effects on the habitability of the land. In reality, the habitable part of Canada, roughly speaking, is a strip of land, 150 km wide, running along the southern border, with a population density roughly equal to that of most other industrialized countries. Canada is not “vacant land” looking for buyers. At the same time, we must consider the “political” fact that mass immigration pushes out some of those troublesome white people who refuse to be converted to the new “ism” — “multiculturalism.”

The world’s population has risen from about 1.7 billion in 1900 to 2.5 in 1950, and is now well over 7 billion. Most of this increase, of course, has been in “developing” countries, suggesting that the term “developing” is rather misleading: a combination of environmental degradation and rapid population growth often makes “development” impossible (Catton, 1982; Kaplan, 2001). It has been said that as fossil-fuel production declines the global population must drop to far below its present size. In terms of agriculture alone we would not be able to accommodate even the present number of people as fossil fuels become scarce, with manual labour therefore replacing automation, and without the hydrocarbon-based fertilizers and pesticides that make modern yields triple those of earlier times (Pimentel & Hall, 1984). Even then we have not factored in war, epidemics, and other aspects of social breakdown.

Overpopulation is the fundamental cause of systemic collapse (Catton, 1982). All of the flash-in-the-pan ideas that are presented as solutions to modern dilemmas — solar power, biofuels, hybrid cars, desalination, permaculture, enormous dams — have value only as desperate attempts to solve an underlying problem that has never been addressed in a more direct manner.

American foreign aid has always included only trivial amounts for family planning (Spiedel, Sinding, Gillespie, Maguire, & Neuse, 2009, January). It would seem that the most powerful country in the world has done very little to solve the biggest problem in the world. However, there is the frightful possibility that one reason why the US government now gives so little aid to some countries is that the problem of overpopulation is regarded as hopeless, and that any assistance would be just money down the drain (Kaplan, 2001).

The problem of overpopulation is worsened by the fact that there are so many people busy either transmitting or receiving disinformation about the subject (Kolankiewicz & Beck, 2001, April). For left-wingers, discussion of high population is seen as persecution of the world’s poor. For rightwingers, high population is seen as providing more buyers, more workers, and more investors. For politicians, more people means more votes. For many religious groups, high population reflects God’s command to go forth and multiply. Corporate funding of several major environmentalist groups has also done quite a job of disconnecting them from discussion of population: they may be “green” but they are no longer “clean.”

Overpopulation can always be passed off as somebody else’s problem. It is the fundamental case of what Garrett Hardin calls “the tragedy of the commons” (1968, 1995): although an oversize family may have a vague suspicion that the world will suffer slightly from that fecundity, no family wants to lose out by being the first to back down. Without a central governing body that is both strong and honest, however, the evasion is perpetual, and it is that very lack of strength and honesty that makes traditional democracy an anachronism to some extent.

The Chinese have made quite an effort at dealing with excess population growth, but even they have not been very successful. Since 1953, the year of the first proper Chinese census and approximately the start of concerns with excessive fertility, the population has gone from 583 million to over 1.4 billion. For that matter, since the official starting of the one-child campaign in 1979, the population has grown by over 300 million (Riley, 2004, June); in other words, China’s increase is equal to the entire population of the US.

Overpopulation, however, is a problem that occurs not only in poor countries. The evidence is also clear in the US:

Mounting traffic congestion; endless disruptive road construction; spreading smog; worsening water pollution and tightening water supplies; disappearing wildlife habitats, farmland, and open spaces; overcrowded schools; overused parks and outdoor recreation facilities; the end of small-town life in communities that until recently had been beyond the city; the impending merging together of separate, unwieldy metropolitan areas into vast megalopolitan miasmas; and the overall deterioration in quality of life and the increasing social tensions of urban dwellers reflected in such phenomena as gated communities and road rage (Kolankiewicz & Beck, 2001, April).

It is only in the hinterlands, away from the cities, that the opposite occurs: depopulation and “rural flight.” The causes of depopulation are many, but they begin with the industrialization of agriculture and the growth of enormous corporate farms, “agri-business.” As the farming population is impoverished and reduced, the peripheral economy also shrinks, and crime and other social problems are the result. Nevertheless, the urban population of a country increasingly outweighs the rural. Worldwide, slightly more than half the human population now lives in urban areas, but these places will be death traps as resources disappear.

Actually, “overpopulation” tends to be a euphemism for “over-immigration,” and again we return to the “political.” Every country in the world is already well populated, in most cases quite overpopulated. The conception of some sort of land that is lying empty, waiting for the blessing of new arrivals, is a fiction invented by dishonest politicians. Family planning organizations sometimes inadvertently help to propagate this myth by euphemism, excessive caution in phraseology, and an unwillingness to risk antagonism. Although “family planning” is an admirable goal, what such organizations rarely state is that it is not where a child is born that really matters, demographically and economically, but where that person is eventually living — not the moment of birth, but the decades between birth and death, during which time that person will be consuming the world’s resources, along with more than 7 billion other people doing the same. Emigration and immigration, transferring the problem of overcrowding from one country to another, do no good at all; if anything, they simply perpetuate the illusion that birth control is unnecessary.

Discussion of overpopulation, however, is a great taboo. Politicians will rarely touch the issue. The many documents on population published by the United Nations merely sidestep the issue by discussing how to cater to large populations, in spite of the fact that such catering is part of the problem, not part of the solution.

To speak against overpopulation is an exercise in futility. How likely is it that the required massive change in human thinking will ever take place? Even in “developed” countries, to broach the topic of overpopulation is often to invite charges of racism and elitism. And there seems something both naïve and presumptuous in the common belief that people in poor countries are just waiting to be enlightened to “modern” ideals. On the contrary, the inhabitants of poor countries are often quite determined to hang on to their present systems of politics and religion, no matter how archaic and oppressive those systems may seem to outsiders, and would prefer that any proselytizing go in the opposite direction.

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Defeating Drones: How To Build A Thermal Evasion Suit and EMP Proof Vehicles-Jeeps are Vital

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http://www.snakebitetactical.com/index.html

This article was written by Brandon Smith and the included video was a joint project between Oath Keepers and Alt-Market

Asymmetric tactics rely on the idea of fighting smarter, rather than fighting directly, against a larger or more technologically advanced aggressor. It means turning your opponent’s strengths into weaknesses.

For instance, if your opponent relies on the superiority of his tanks and armor, make him fight in the mountains where his armor is useless. If he relies on air superiority, make him sift through a thick canopy where his eye in the sky sees nothing, or make it dangerous for him to land and refuel such vehicles at all. If he relies on body armor for safety, make him fight uphill so that the extra weight wears him down. If his surveillance and security techniques are a little too sensitive and effective, create constant false positives, until he can no longer trust his own alert systems. And, if most of his weaponry and soldiers are heavily reliant on a particular piece of technology, make that technology useless in the field. Force your opponent to fight on fairer ground, where the man with the most skill and intelligence prevails rather than the man with the most million dollar toys.

There is no such thing as fool proof combat technology. There is a way to trick or defeat or survive ANY weapon and any enemy. Period.

Drones and thermal vision have been held up to the common citizenry for years as the end-all-be-all of combat and surveillance technology. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard the claim that no one can hide from thermal imaging and that predator drones herald the end of free resistance to tyranny. I find this assertion to be rather absurd, considering militaries across the globe have already developed their own thermal evasion suits (which means it IS possible to hide from thermal vision) and drones seem to kill more innocent bystanders than actual enemy combatants. I will admit that thermal vision use is skyrocketing amongst military and police across the board, and this is because it is indeed effective to a point.

Thermal imaging and drones in the hands of a corrupt establishment make a couple of things very difficult for any resistance – First, you might be able to hide, but you won’t be able to move freely without risk, especially in groups. Second, you might be able to act defensively, but never offensively. Advancing on an objective protected by thermal surveillance would be extremely difficult. Constantly being on the defensive takes the initiative away from those who want to fight back against tyranny. Without the ability to go on the offensive, you will inevitably lose. Hiding in a hole in the mountains for the rest of your life is not an option if you want your children and their children to experience liberty.

Today’s combat reality is that of the digitized battlefield. All modern military units now rely on full spectrum surveillance, computer models, and real time data. Thermal vision is a cornerstone of this model because it is currently the best way to identify potential threats before they can act, rather than after they act. Unfortunately, there is no doubt this kind of surveillance power will be misused, and the spread of drones for domestic applications proves that the establishment’s intention is to utilize thermal against the population, rather than in defense of the population. Therefore, thermal vision must be negated if people are to remain free. We might not be able to fight against misused drones directly, but we can make their primary advantage useless. Here is how it is possible to remove thermal vision as a threat, and thus nullify the primary strength of the drones (and other weapons) in our skies:

Thermal Vision And Drone Misconceptions

Now that you know it is more than possible for civilians to obtain thermal evasion, lets go over some of the most common misconceptions about thermal imaging and drone technology.

Building a suit that hides a person from thermal imaging is impossible?

Clearly, this is false, as we have shown in the video above. Add to this the fact that military units field their own thermal evasion suits (multi-spectral camouflage) for special purposes, and I think we’ve permanently buried the ludicrous assumption that a thermal evasion suit is a fruitless endeavor. Most existing suits, including those used by governments, boast a thermal reduction rating of 60% to 80%. It is important to recognize that there is currently no organization or company offering thermal evasion suits for widespread use by civilians. We have have given the public free access to information on building their own suits if they wish, and we are offering professionally made suits for sale with a thermal reduction rating of 90% or more at Snakebite Tactical.

We made no attempt to hide “heat spots” within the tests in the above video. We want to make it clear that this is a 90% effective suit, which is more than enough for almost any application. Achieving 100% reduction at distances of 10 ft to 10 yards in a wearable suit is very difficult, and a person would still need to practice proper field craft in order to remain unseen. However, we believe our suit design more than meets the standards of currently issued military grade suits; suits which are not available to the public anyway.

Thermal imaging sees through walls?

This is movie-land nonsense. A thermal imager can see the heat you emit through a very thin wall if you are leaning against it, but remove your body from contact with the surface and the heat signature will disappear. Thermal imagers have a difficult time identifying stationary people through leaves and the branches of trees, let alone walls. As long as you are not in contact with the item, your heat will not be seen through the item.

Thermal vision sees through forests?

No. Not a chance. In fact, if your only goal is to hide, then a thick forest is the absolute best place to be if thermal surveillance is in use, even without a suit. If your plan is to advance on an objective, then the situation changes, but if you are a lone individual that just doesn’t want to be found, staying in the woods and dense terrain away from people who might rat you out is your best bet. Apply a thermal suit to the scenario and now your are fully mobile without fear of detection.

You will never see a drone coming, so having a suit is meaningless anyway?

Gotta love this kind of fuzzy logic. The claim apparently assumes that drones simply fly miles above the Earth silently raining hellfire missiles down on random heat signatures on the ground without identification. This is not how drones operate.

Drones are mainly used as OVERWATCH for teams of men already on the ground. A drone might see your signature when you are not wearing a suit, but a drone pilot will not waste ordinance on you until you are identified as a viable target. Most of the successful strikes you see in the news and on YouTube are targets that were already lazed by a team on the ground (this is something the DoD rarely mentions, because they want to retain the mystic surrounding drones). The drone is then sent in to attack the target that the team identified. When a military unit comes into contact with an enemy, a drone may be sent in to observe and identify targets. This is a situation where thermal evasion is essential. If those targets throw on thermal evasion gear, the drone becomes a useless platform. If you are under threat by drones and ground opponents, you can leave the area at will without being traced, or you can advance and attack your aggressor without being betrayed by your own heat signature. Your suit does not need to be worn at all times in order to be useful.

I don’t need a thermal evasion suit, I can just buy a thermal blanket or tarp at a fraction of the cost?

The first and most obvious advantage to a thermal evasion suit is that it CAN BE WORN. There is no existing tarp or thermal blanket system that can be worn against the human body and still hide that body from thermal imaging. All of these items conduct heat which can be seen almost as soon as you touch them. If a heat reflecting tarp was a practical working solution to thermal imaging, then you would see hundreds if not thousands of videos on the web proving their effectiveness and governments would not be keeping their own suits such a secret. The reality is, these items are only useful if you plan to stretch them out above you without physical contact, and stay in one place without moving. They are highly defensive in nature and severely limited in their application.

We have developed the very first thermal evasion system available to the public that can be worn for long periods of time and that also provides effective visual camouflage. Our suit works as a ghillie as well as a thermal evasion tool, meaning, it works in thermal, and in visible light. A thermal cloak offers near total 360 degree coverage against thermal imaging devices in the air and on the ground while the person is also mobile. Meaning, instead of constantly hiding from the enemy and being on the defensive (a losing strategy), you can advance on the enemy if you wish without detection. There is no comparison whatsoever in the level of application between a thermal blanket and a thermal suit.

This does not mean a suit solves all your problems. If you walk through an open field and start break-dancing, someone will see you. A thermal suit does not necessarily hide blatant movement by the wearer. You still need to follow proper field craft methods including the use of cover and concealment. Add to this the thermal reduction properties of the suit, and you are much less likely to be detected, even under heightened scrutiny.

I don’t need a thermal suit, I can just hide in the city amongst the crowds and blend in?

I’m sure there are situations when operating in a city might be called for, but frankly, the idea is extraordinarily ill conceived when one considers the surveillance grids being put in place in most major metropolitan areas. Thermal is not your worst enemy in the city. Try CCTV networks with facial and biometric recognition. Try numerous possible collaborators and quislings in a city environment (known for more passive and subservient populations permanently attached to the establishment umbilical cord) who might point the finger at you. The city is a BAD place to be under almost any circumstance that results in crisis and lost liberty, and probably the worst place to be if you are trying to avoid observation and surveillance.

That said, watch almost any police chopper thermal footage in a city and tell me the person being chased was better off without a thermal suit. Imagine you are being chased for simply being a proponent of liberty. Imagine that one day you wake up in the middle of your home city a designated criminal. Would you rather have a thermal evasion suit, or, do you plan to outrun the chopper?

Mud will hide your heat signature?

No, it will not. At least not for more than a minute, and it better be some thick friggin’ mud. Despite what Arnold Schwarzenegger may have taught you, heat transfers through mud just as it does through most other materials.

Drones will find you with LIDAR if they can’t see you with thermal vision?

LIDAR is a form of laser based radar which is bounced off surfaces to create a 3D map of a large area. I’m not sure exactly where the idea came from that drones use LIDAR for personnel detection, but this is simply not so, at least not currently. LIDAR is being tested by the DoD and private contractors for personnel detection using GROUND based 360 degree units, and the effective range of these experimental units is rather limited. Aerial LIDAR is used for mapping of terrain. The complexity of ground based objects (think in terms of millions of objects in any given field of view) makes personnel tracking from the air all but impossible. Ground based LIDAR also requires a recognizable human shape at close range in order to “alert” on an intruder, which means the ThermTac suit (which removes normal human shape) would only HELP in preventing detection. From my research as of 2015, LIDAR for surveillance often suffers from numerous false positives, which means it is a very weak system for tracking personnel. Thermal vision is a far greater threat than LIDAR.

Even if you have a suit that blocks your body heat, you can still be tracked by your footprints?

Under perfect conditions and the use of a sensitive thermal imager on the ground, your footprints MIGHT be visible using a ground based unit right after you imprint them, but it is still unlikely you will be found. Quick thermal imprints (caused by footsteps) disappear within seconds, and are difficult if not impossible to pick out from any distance beyond a few yards. Rubber and plastic soled shoes do not in most cases transfer very much heat into the ground, and the theory that crushed grass releases more heat in thermal imaging is utter nonsense. Too many ideas about thermal imaging are drawn from television and movies, which greatly embellish the capabilities of such devices. If footprints were an effective way to track people using thermal, then Search and Rescue units (many have access to excellent thermal devices) would have numerous examples of this along with numerous success stories (these examples do not exist).

One legitimate danger involving footprints occurs when a very large number of people (small groups are not an issue) travel together in single file. This constant imprinting on the same path by multiple footfalls can indeed leave a residual trail that can be found several minutes later, enough time to be tracked by a thermal imager.

Thermal evasion suits will help terrorists?

As stated in the video, the world’s worst terrorist groups are often trained by our own governments and covert intelligence agencies. If covert agencies have access to thermal evasion techniques, then it only follows that so do the people they train. I have no doubt that we will be accused of aiding terrorists by releasing this information, because that is really the only recourse the establishment has to try to stop the use and spread of thermal cloaks (or they will claim that the suit is a scam and doesn’t actually work. Of course, people will be able to test this for themselves). They will have to try to shame people into refusing to adopt thermal evasion as a means of defense. Trust me, I’ve seen this kind of propaganda used against people merely for talking about methods that MIGHT work. Read any military forum where someone discusses thermal evasion, and invariably a dozen henpecking statists will ask them if they are “with ISIS or Al-Qaeda” to shut them up.

Self-defense is an inborn right, not a privilege granted by arbitrary authority. You do not need permission to obtain means of defense against a threat, even if that threat has thermal imaging at his disposal and a license from the state to kill you. Our thermal suit design is a culmination of three years of tireless effort.  We believe the information belongs in the hands of the citizenry, not only in the hands of governments and those they train. The greater threat to the common good is a lack of knowledge that makes free people weak and vulnerable. The goal of this project is to remove a clear weakness in the American people. If you are not informed, and not prepared, then you will never be secure. Some people would have you believe that thermal imaging and drones are for your safety. We say YOU are the only person that can be trusted to provide for your own safety. If anything, thermal eyes and lurking drones present a more intense danger to you and your freedom than any terrorists they are supposedly intended to fight against.

For more information on thermal evasion, check out some of our essays at Snakebite Tactical.

EMP Proof Vehicles-Jeeps are Vital

Although nothing is 100% fail-safe against an EMP, whether by nature or man-made, the simpler the vehicle, with the fewer the computer & electronic components the better chance that it will survive an EMP. Today’s modern cars over the last 20 years, at least, are extremely vulnerable to EMP. An old points style ignition and even an old simple diesel engine would be the best type of vehicle for an EMP. But people should look at the utility of the vehicle beyond it’s main transportation use ad that is where a Jeep or a 4WD truck is the most useful.

True utility vehicles and 4X4 trucks have many, many uses in construction and making any type of improvisation in an emergency. Today’s electronically controlled trucks and utility vehicles would be toast in any serious EMP event, whether caused by nature or man-made. As a side-note, simply disconnecting the battery will also provide better protection against an EMP, although not a perfect solution (but a very easy protection measure).

 

South Africa Shall Be the Template for European Genocide

Dan Roodt discusses the end of European culture in South Africa as a model for cultural genocide for all European nations. Mandated. Assured. Engineered. The UN and its NGO arms will attempt a wholesale elimination of European cultural foundations globally while they insinuate their long term goal of racial leverage against Western democracies for world domination…

The Excutioner is the Jew! If white people studied this document and adopted the attitude suggested by its anonymous author(s) we would win. In this old document we see someone suggesting a total abandonment of all ethics and moral codes and a FIGHT FOR OUR SURVIVAL UNLIKE ANYTHING ANY WHITE TO DATE HAS SUGGESTED. Check the video out on this page. Important video.

South Africa – White Genocide

Jeff & Karel Vorster – Cannibalism Part Of SA Culture –
White Flesh Double $$ Of Black

Hundreds SA Blacks Confess To Eating Human Flesh

SA Govt Acknowledges Cannibalism Even Worse

Another 300 Blacks Admit To Cannibalism

Black Students Talk Over White Teacher

On Saturday, 4 More White Farm Families Slaughtered

Another White Farmer Murdered On His Farm

In Separate Case Victims Escape Death During Farm Attack

70,000 Horrific Murders Of SA White Farmers And Families
By Rape And Torture Since Apartheid Ended – News Blackout

SA President Leads Singing Of ‘Shoot The White Farmer’

EFF Party Leader Malema Leads Singing Of Shoot The Farmer

Malema Not Calling For Slaughter Of Whites…Yet

Ultimate Documentary On SA White Genocide

The TRUE History Of Whites In South Africa

70,000+ White South Africans Murdered Since 1994

SA Will Be Template For The Extinction Of The US & EU

White Genocide Explained By The Architects Themselves

Hey Trump, How About The REAL Refugees In SA?
…Four Million Whites Are Facing Death By Blacks