India get centralized monitoring unit of all citizens

India establish Central Monitoring System – a project that gives it access to everything its citizens do over the country’s communications services.

To get subsidized food in India, a poor man must give his biometric data.
To get subsidized food in India, a poor man must give his biometric data.

Usually, people claiming their governments are spying on them are considered merely paranoids or conspiracy-lovers. But in the last several years, it has become hard to really tell the difference between those conspiracy theories and reality.

During the last couple of weeks, India’s government has started rolling out what it refers to as the Central Monitoring System – a project that gives it access to everything its citizens do over the country’s communications services. The system tracks phone calls, SMS and online activities like chats and e-mails, and gives authorities a way to easily monitor citizens.

Such systems aren’t a new idea. The U.S has been considering such an idea since September 11, and maybe even longer. The problem with India’s implementation, passed as a bill after the Mumbai bombing in 2008 and again in  2011, is the lack of rules to prevent what privacy advocates are calling an “abuse” of the system.

Many activists, both in India and abroad, are worried that the government will interpret the basic principle allowing it to use the tool for “reasonable security practices and procedures” as widely as it can, preventing anyone from criticizing it without facing allegations like treason or support of terrorism.

India, however, is not the only country trying to get the ability to monitor its citizens’ behavior on-line.
China and North Korea are the most known cases, blocking access to websites and logging all internet activity. It is believed the Chinese government even uses local tech companies exporting communications systems to other countries (i.e Huawei, ZTE) to spy on governments, companies and civilian life.

Last February, The Guardian uncovered a spying software developed for the U.S military in 2010 by Raytheon, called Rapid Information Overlay Technology (Riot). The software is able to track social network users, logging images, location etc. from Facebook, Twitter and other major internet services, mapping people’s travel habits and connections.

Late last month, Israeli Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein confirmed that security officials at Ben-Gurion Airport can order tourists give them access to their e-mail accounts, threatening them with denial of entry if they refuse.

In a letter sent to the Association for Civil Rights in Israel  (ACRI), following a June 2012 scandal which led to fierce criticism on the government, Weinstein wrote the policy is backed up by law, and is only used in case of “relevant suspicious signs” and with the passengers’ consent. In response, Lila Margalit from ACRI said “Such ‘consent’ – given under threat of deportation – cannot serve as a basis for such a drastic invasion of privacy”.

Source: Israel Homeland Security

My comment:

It should not surprise anyone, that India takes the lead in the World in regards to electronic monitoring.

Inside India there are 300-400 million illiterate people. They can not read written messages in classical media.  They need to be given AUDIO-messages, and instructed in details what do do.

To communicate with + 300 million people is impossible, without electronic transmission. And to be able to “talk to all”, they must all be tagged and be traceable.

For many India is chaotic, and not possible to monitor.  That will change rapidly, when all Indians are electronically tagged. Even in their sleep, people will receive electronic impulses that comes as in the form of government approved visions and dreams.

The Indian government link electronic tagging to the access to basic provision. One million analog ration cards are replaced daily with the electronic AADHAAR card.  If you do not and register online, and confine your self for registration of biometric data. you will not be able to buy subsidized cocking gas.

For the poorer section of the population in India, there are no other alternative than to get this card.  If you do not accept this “electronic mark”, you will not get food.  A hungry man will eventually not object, to be tagged with a small electronic stamp or mark.

Welcome to the days of the the final antichrist. His global system for total control is being built. The speed is highest in India.

Written by Ivar

3 thoughts on “India get centralized monitoring unit of all citizens

  1. Reblogged this on servehiminthewaiting and commented:
    India was the first to roll out the mandatory unique identification card for every single citizen. That was only implemented in the last 2 years. And already, it has led to this universal surveillance and is tied to buying and selling. I’d say the world has now has itself the rudiments of the mark of the beast system in action. Only a matter of time before it is applied to the rest of the world, and the U. S. could well be the next nation to implement it, as the Obama administration globalists are all for it.

  2. Well, the cashless, national ID card society has arrived in Nigeria. Take a look at this article. It’s just a matter of time now. Not if, but when will it come to a neighborhood near you?

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