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Global Rainmakers, Inc. Biometrics we need to vote out of business or Privacy as you know it will be history.

by The Review CrewAugust 22, 2010

Many of you don’t know what is about to happen on our planet in the way of privacy.  There has been a lot of actionable and objectionable stances taken by major global companies this year which trash your right to privacy.  Facebook has been on the forefront of this for quite some time, and now Facebook Places is the next thing they have done.  People that know you can check your location into their app on their phone and you can be located by anyone on the planet.  They know exactly where you are, what you are doing and without your knowledge.

While that might sound aweful (or not depending on your concern for your safety) what Global Rainmaker, Inc. is doing is FAR WORSE.  They are installing a biometric system in Leon Mexico. This system is capable of scanning thousands of people’s retinas in a blink of an eye.  You don’t have to stop, you don’t have to look up, you don’t have to look IN to anything.  There is no permission, there is nothing. You are walking down the street and you have been scanned.

It gets worse.  They are doing it under the guise of “cleaning up crime” and “making it easier on you to shop”. *Nods like a moron*.  It gets worse again.  The guy running the charge of the eye brigade is Jeff Carter, CDO of Global Rainmakers and he says we won’t need to get carded anymore when we buy alcohol (there is a reason to give up your freedom!).  In addition you won’t have to stop and pay for anything because they’ll just “know” who you are so you get billed by agreeing to be billed. (Sounds like a nice way to hack into something and bill everyone that walks down Madison Ave in Chicago or Broadway in New York $.50 cents.  After all who will notice that?  MILLIONS Cha ching!

This guy Jeff (our buddy) says these things to make you feel better!

“If you’ve been convicted of a crime, in essence, this will act as a digital scarlet letter. If you’re a known shoplifter, for example, you won’t be able to go into a store without being flagged. Certainly for others, boarding a plane will be impossible.”

“In the future, whether it’s entering your home, opening your car, entering your workspace, getting a pharmacy prescription refilled, or having your medical records pulled up, everything will come off that unique key that is your iris. Every person, place, and thing on this planet will be connected within the next 10 years.”

He also warns people who aren’t criminal that avoiding to be scanned will set off red flags because then “we’ll want to know what you are hiding from and why you don’t want to be scanned”.  That’s AWESOME!!

The scariest thing about all of this is that these systems are in use right now today and you don’t know it.  It’s not just for identifying people either.  This isn’t the end of it.  There are plans to integrate this technology into satellites where eventually entire cities, and perhaps countries can be scanned.  You don’t have to sign up because these systems can keep “Dummy” profiles open with your scan in it.  They can use data from other areas and places you go (like when you buy something, or have to show ID to get on a plane) to enroll you in the system anyway.  (What you never heard of two sets of books?  Two sets of ID profiles (opt-in and opt-out) will certainly exist in the name of national security.

You won’t be able to walk anywhere or be anywhere privately.  Why? Because if you can be scanned from a satellite, or from a street light (even if you are in your car) then they know where you are based on the GPS location of the scanning device or where you were marked. 

The end of privacy.  Write your Political leaders, hope that some lunatic assassinates the people making these devices, because whether you like it or not the technology is in use today.  There are plans for it tomorrow and it will be driven by Government need to track you and Commercial Dollars (because like the government, corporations that sell things will want to show you ads based on what you were just looking at in the store, and while you walk down the street the ads will call you out by name and offer you “on the spot deals”. 

If you have bad credit some terd will come on the screen you are walking up to and say “HEY MINDY SIGN UP FOR OUR CREDIT REPAIR SERVICE AND WE WILL FIX YOUR 450 CREDIT SCORE, NO NEED TO HAVE CRAPPY CREDIT FOREVER!!”  Hope you aren’t walking with your boss or a client when that happens!  Just look for the logo below or go to their website http://www.hoyosgroup.com/

The best thing you can do is educate yourself and refuse to vacation anywhere that uses them, drive, take a bus, get on a train avoid the airport, don’t buy anything from any company that uses the technology.  Boycott them with your dollars.  Vote against any politician that votes for anything that allows this technology to be used for ANY REASON.  Our National Security is already overboard, let’s not let fear drive us out of our constitutional right to privacy.  Please people.  This is not the time to get lazy.

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