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GUEST,Dreaded Guest BS: Elizabeth Smart Found Alive!!! (34) RE: BS: Elizabeth Smart Found Alive!!! 13 Mar 03

Liz Smart's legacy:

The Amber Alert system will be installed throughout America 'for kidnapped children', but then it will 'dawn' on govt officials that it could be used for other purposes. The system as it is now designed will allow FEMA to take over all television and radio stations and direct 'urgent' messages at you. 'Terrorist Alerts' will become commonplace. All TV's less than 5 years old also contain transmitting ability, so if you turn your TV off during an Amber Alert, you will be visited by police wanting to know why. Telephones will be assigned certain ring patterns, and if you fail to answer or hang up on the govts pre-recorded messages, you will receive a visit from the police or your neighborhood Homeland Security chief wanting to know why.

This technology is already here, folks. Just waiting to be utilized. For the past ten years the US govt has been trying to force the issue, and now they're using a kid to try to set up a total propaganda network. And they're serious about voting on it now, since Liz was found on cue. You'd better get in touch with congress or you'll be getting Big Brother messages at 2AM before long.

And you thought this 'kidnapping' was all about some hairy guy...'don't know yet if he raped her'. Geez. Some of you are gonna make first-rate 'neighborhood watch' commandants. Especially you, Spew. Go look at how DynCorp trades in child sex slaves.

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