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Vicky Davis

Vicky Davis, was a Computer Systems Analyst/Programmer turned Internet Researcher and writer. She received her training in computer programming in Santa Clara, California in mid 1970s. She worked primarily – but not entirely on IBM mainframe systems for large corporations and government entities. As an Internet Researcher, she continues to apply her Systems Analyst skills focusing her research on the revolution in government from the systems perspective. She has two websites: ' ' http://www.thetechnocratictyranny.com (newer website) http://www.channelingreality.com (older website)

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    Kenny

    Well put Vicky and I have seen and/or read a lot about what you are talking about here. One thing is when I travel across America I try my best to avoid privatized TOLL highways. They are being proposed more in the Western USA as we grow in population. And being ambivalent about Mr. Trump is a good thing, and we all should be so with everyone because we are all sinners. Like the saying goes “For those of you who have not sinned cast the 1st stone”. I would have voted for Trump but our rotten Utah government sells private voter information to the internet for profit so I will never vote again. No I don’t trust Trump 100%, and that’s because I trust no one. But I still think he’s a hellovalot better than any other president I’ve seen in my lifetime. So far he’s got illegal immigration down 70%, got Sherriff Joe off the hook, and has tried to stop the spread of islam in the USA and other things. He is pushing to build the wall to keep out invaders from Mexico! Tomorrow I pray he will put an stop to DACA. And maybe, due to the high-tension with North Korea, he will reduce or stop trade with China, the largest supporter of North Korea. I say drop a Fat Boy nuke right on the head of Fat Boy (North Korean leader)!

    You are right about the Asian gangs etc. in West Valley City Utah back then, but today the biggest problem in the Valley of Salt is the Hispanic gangs. MS-13, 18th Street, and more gangs spraying their graffiti on our walls. A lot of those vandals are “Wanna-be” gang bangers and are White I will add. And the homeless (so-called) problem in SLC is huge! It’s not all homeless, it’s largely gangs hiding with the homeless to spread their drugs. Check out “Operation Rio Grande” where an army of police and leaders have cracked down heavily on the misfits and there have been over 500 arrests now in the past 2 or 3 weeks! The “homeless” (most aren’t really homeless) are horrible and harass everyone they come across, but mostly the panhandlers. Rio Grande street is now closed to the public I might add, at least the upper part due to this mess. If you go anywhere that area your face and all your private information will immediately pop up at the local authorities facilities large screen TVs!

    I agree big time with you about the privacy issues. It was our Utah lady governor Olene Walker who I first heard talk about the Fusion Centers. She brought attention to the public a secret government operation known as MATRIX, however I am having a hard time finding this on the internet, perhaps because the feds have removed the info. She died 2 years ago, Snowden is still in Russia I believe, and you can bet there is a lot of spying going on about us all that we don’t know about on top of what we already know! I dread the near future, and especially the future of our children. What we will be living in will be worse than Communism, but likely it will be a worse form of it!

    This month, our government will AGAIN run out of money and have to borrow another $1 trillion to survive another 6 months, or go bankrupt. Regardless, we need to BUILD THAT WALL on the Mexican border!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKcHMJlE7OM

    https://www.wired.com/2012/03/ff_nsadatacenter/

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    Peter

    Looks like the American Constitution has been relegated to just a piece of paper being used to undermine America effectively as with the 14th Amendment, but which can no longer protect life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. A bit like fiat paper rectangles really. All men are created equal but not the same as.
    What went wrong with America in 1776 and hatching shortly before is detailed in a fourteen chapter book, detailing your equal, but not the same as, identity; what went wrong, why and the end result. Who was Uncle Sam? What was his warning? Did the young man go west as urged? Is any state of a federal Republic any further west than Alaska, and look at Hawaii?Did the Plymouth brethren sail west, carried by the east wind in their sails from England? Did they then go on to become a multicultural cosmopolitan hodge podge of peoples equal yet different – and not at all the same as – and weakened thereby? Many more clues too. Is America a rich oppressive superpower, oppressing small nations like Hitler? Was not splendid isolationism a happier choice?

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    brackenkaren

    As always another excellent piece of research.

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