October 1, 2011
Forbes, long dubbed “the Capitalist Tool,” has re-posted a blog entry that first appeared at Mobiledia noting the Federal Reserve’s plan to surveil those of us who inveigh against the bankster cartel’s monetary warfare against humanity.
Forbes is not merely reposting an interesting tidbit of news. It is broadcasting to a larger audience the seemingly impossible plan to “monitor billions of conversations on social media, generate text analytics, and also determine the sentiment of a speaker or writer with respect to some topic or document,” in other words, engage in intelligence work in addition to whipsawing the monetary pile.
The Fed’s Orwellian sounding “Communications Group” is “tasked with proactively keeping the agency aware of the reactions and opinions of the public, as expressed in Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, blogs, and aggregate data from media outlets like the Wall Street Journal and CNN.”
The “agency” plans to monitor “reactions and opinions of the public” in real-time so it can get the jump on a growing movement dedicated to dismantling the cartel and returning the nation to honest money. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where the Treasury recruits its directors, has published its “Sentiment Analysis And Social Media Monitoring Solution Request for Proposal” on Scribd.
Darlene Storm, writing for Computerworld, breaks the bid down.
The Federal Reserve’s “Sentiment Analysis And Social Media Monitoring Solution Request for Proposal”was posted on Scribd. The solution to “continuously monitor conversations”must be able to “gather data from the primary social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, Forums and YouTube.” It must also “provide real-time monitoring of relevant conversations” and “aggregate data from various media outlets such as: CNN, WSJ, Factiva etc.” It should “provide sentiment analysis (positive, negative or neutral) around key conversational topics” as well as “handle crisis situations.” And after the sentiment is determined, “the solution should provide an alerting mechanism that automatically sends out reports or notifications based a predefined trigger.” It is also supposed to “identify and reach out to key bloggers and influencers” while monitoring billions of conversations.
As we noted several days ago, the Fed plan is not about keeping abreast of what bloggers and commenters at CNN have to say about its activity. Rather it is about intimidating the opposition with the sort of tactics the secret police in East Germany used against enemies of the state.
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“The announcement that the Fed is monitoring dissent and attempting to identify individual bloggers is little more than an intimidation tactic designed to chill anti-Fed rhetoric and make people think twice before they criticize the private, run for profit entity that poses as a part of the government yet is no more federal than Federal Express,” Paul Joseph Watson wrote on September 26.
In 2009, it was discovered that the cartel of private banksters work with the military to monitor those of us who dare oppose them. “The United States Army Reserve Command is publishing this Force Protection Advisory to advise all Army Reserve personnel of the planned protests at all Federal Reserve Banks and office locations within the United States on 22 November 2008,” a document released by the Liberty Restoration Project stated. “This message provides situational awareness and recommended mitigation measures.”
The Army closely surveilled a November 22, 2008, demonstration at an End the Fed rally outside of the Federal Reserve compound in Dallas. Alex Jones and the brother of Ron Paul attended the rally.
The Liberty Restoration documents revealed “how the Pentagon and the Army Reserve are protecting the Federal Reserve against End the Fed and other organizations engaged in constitutionally protected protest against a cartel of international bankers posing as a department of the federal government,” we wrote at the time.
Forbes has brought the report posted by Mobiledia to a larger audience. In order for a secret police to effectively perform their job, target groups must be imbued with the appropriate degree of fear and suspicion. Forbes has done its part to get out the message – opponents of the privately owned bankster “agency” are now on the radar screen continuously and in real-time.