||Mass Conditioning for the Beast System at the Statue of Liberty, an Illuminati Icon
Infowars.com | May 2, 2005
What better place, after all, than what most Americans consider to be the strongest icon of freedom in our nation, the Statue of Liberty, to condition the public with police state/big brother technology?
The post to the site about the Statue of Liberty followed another regarding the biometric technology being used by a tanning salon. What regular visitors to infowars.com know is that biometric technology is being used in a more broad and sinister way in amusement parks across the country, from Disney to Sea World.
Other amusement parks, like Legoland in Europe, have implemented tracking systems for parents to use to keep tabs on their children.
There is nothing benign about this aggressive usage of sinister biometric and tracking technology. In place in the country and around the world in symbolic and family settings, the public is being conditioned to lay down their mark and to get ready to enter the beast system.
If it's okay at the Statue of Liberty and if Shamu endorses it, what could possibly be wrong with biometrics?
Latest Amusement Park Mass Conditioning Exercise: Tracking Systems for Your Family
||State of Liberty -- Illuminati Icon
It is no coincidence that police state is being implemented at the Statue of Liberty, an illuminati icon.
The godess of liberty's cornerstone was laid in 1884 by the Masonic lodges of New York (using the same trowel used by Washington at the laying of the cornerstone of the Capitol in 1793),
"Liberty Enlightening the World," known now as the Statue of Liberty is one giant illuminati symbol. Most obviously, she carries the illuminati torch, a symbol of the sun and of their god, Lucifer, the light-bringer.
Best selling author, Robert Bauval wrote:
"The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty was placed in a solemn ceremony in 1884 organized by the Masonic lodges of New York.
The Statue of Liberty, which was designed by the French sculptor Bartholdi and actually built by the French Engineer, Gustave Eiffel (both well-known Freemasons), was not originally a ‘Statue of Liberty' at all, but first planned by Bartholdi for the opening of the Suez Canal in Egypt in 1867.
Bartholdi, like many French Freemasons of his time, was deeply steeped in ‘Egyptian' rituals, and it has often been said that he conceived the original statue as an effigy of the goddess Isis, and only later converted it to a ‘Statue of Liberty' for New York harbour when it was rejected for the Suez Canal."
(Statue of Liberty Cornerstone)
The Statue of Liberty Reopens With Biometric Locker Technology That Uses Fingerprints to Ensure Safety
FindBiometrics | August 2004
When the Statue of Liberty reopens to the public on August 3, 2004, it will be the latest venue to provide Smarte Locke® Magic Touch™ electronic storage lockers from Smarte Carte, Inc., which have been updated with biometric fingerprint technology to enhance security.
The Statue has been closed to the public since September 11, 2001, and when it reopens this week there will be new security procedures in place. Since November 2001, visitors have been allowed to Liberty and Ellis Islands and have been subject to a security screening process before boarding the ferries to the islands. Now, anyone wanting to go inside the Statue will go through a second screening once they reach Liberty Island. To speed up the screening process, backpacks, purses and other small parcels will not be allowed inside the Statue. Signs and a Park Ranger positioned at the entrance to the screening area will inform visitors that these items are not allowed in the monument.
To provide a safe place for visitors to store their belongings, Evelyn Hill, Inc., the concessionaire at Liberty Island, contracted with Smarte Carte to place 170 Smarte Locke locker doors at the entrance to the Statue. The lockers will rent for $2.00 for the first two hours and $1.00 an hour after that, with a daily maximum fee of $10.00.
"We evaluated several locker systems and chose the Smarte Locke electronic locker product because it offered the best features, security and reliability for our needs at the Statue of Liberty," said Brad Hill of Evelyn Hill, Inc. "We like the extra level of security the biometric fingerprint access system provides and it virtually eliminates the opportunity for theft which limits our liability."
When a customer rents a locker, the system takes two fingerprint scans, stores the information and correlates the prints to the individual locker rented. When the customer returns to retrieve items from the locker, the customer goes through a short series of touch-screens where the locker door number is entered and another fingerprint scan is taken and compared to the first two scans held in the database. Once a match is confirmed, the locker is opened and items can be removed.
In addition to the biometric technology, Smarte Locke Magic Touch lockers offer greater security compared to mechanical lockers that are often found at amusement parks and other attractions. Electronic lockers are computerized with sophisticated activity tracking, reporting, and automated emergency lock, unlock, reset and disable features that are carefully monitored by on-site operators. Locker doors even have silent alarms that are triggered when forced entry is attempted.
Smarte Carte added biometric fingerprint access technology to its lockers, in response to the closing of the company's electronic locker operations at U.S. airports and other transportation centers after September 11, 2001. Personalizing the locker rental with a finger scan ensures that only the renter can reopen the locker, eliminating Transportation Security Agency concerns and allowing Smarte Carte to begin reopening its 40-plus locker concessions at airports.
"At a time when nearly all public facilities have tightened security, the biometric fingerprint feature has been welcomed by amusement parks and other attractions where lockers are an important customer service," said Ed Rudis, President and CEO of Smarte Carte.
Smarte Carte pioneered the airport luggage cart industry over 30 years ago. Success in managing luggage carts allowed Smarte Carte to expand its services to management of carts, strollers, and electronic lockers in train and bus terminals, shopping malls, amusement parks, ski resorts, and zoos. Today, Smarte Carte has more than 1,000 employees managing its services at more than 1,000 locations on five continents.
Smarte Carte continues to lead the transportation, retail, and entertainment industries with innovative equipment with an emphasis on customer service.
Thumbprinting visitors at Statue of Liberty and Disneyland
Boing Boing | April 28, 2005
Thumbprinting visitors at Statue of Liberty and Disneyland
Responding to yesterday's Boing Boing post about tanning salons and gyms that require users to submit to thumbprint ID, reader Matthew A. Dietzen of Chicago-Kent College of Law says:
You might find these pictures of the Thumb-Scanning Lockers on Liberty Island, NYC interesting. In order to get to "Liberty" Island, you must first have your gear X-rayed by Wackenhut security goons. Then you ride to the island accompanied by Coast Guard types with German Shepherds. Once ashore, you are free to circle the island, take pictures of the statue, and buy overpriced Slurpees.
However, in order to get inside the statue, you have to stow your gear in a locker... that requires you to use your fingerprint as a key!!! You can also pay with a credit card, that way if anyone hacks the machine, they can have your print AND your credit card information. This must be in place to protect us from those Al Qaeda frogmen that are clever enough to swim ashore, but are too stupid perform their dastardly deed at night where they can circumvent the locker bay by climbing the seemingly easy-to-climb wall.
In all likelihood, its probably to condition us into giving up our biometric information at every turn [As if biometrics could never be hacked...] so that security companies can make even more $$$, while we become more and more sheep-like each day. In any case, I didn't go inside.
However, later that day, I was falsely arrested near Ground Zero with 200 other people. I was a legal observer at the Republican National Conventions. First they said people could march, then they arrested them. They took us to Pier 57, and then the Tombs where we were laser-printed on ALL of our fingers with a SAGEM machine because we "might be terrorists." After denouncing us as anarchists and enemies of the state, the city dropped the charges [on our group anyway] a month later. The latest stories indicate that over 90% of the charges were dropped or found to be baseless. The police were also caught fabricating evidence.