Is Glenn Beck’s call to see who you are really a front for the globalists’ agenda to see who is a threat to them?
As he continues to give us a taste of something that should be good, are his actions more proof of him being a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
What’s up with Beck’s latest call to take a look at “who you are” ?
Do you realize that you are easily traceable on the internet? And, did you know that if you fill out data online without your name and other information, you should not feel safe – that you can still be tracked and profiled? The computer you use has an ID called an IP address, and in the wrong hands it can mean what you think is done in private is far from it.
By using IP addresses that are the ID’s for individual computers and their locations, the information about that IP can be used by authorities to track peoples’ activities.
With the American Government looking to spy on its citizens further this presents a very scary scenario. More so, if we see evidence that the ‘powers that be’ are using this power to find those that are willing to criticize their government.
Glenn Beck on his show on Friday (Feb 26th) asked the question: “Who are you?” There was no wrong answer, but according to Beck you should know who you are and act accordingly. Really?
He had his studio audience complete a survey known as the Nolan Chart, that “helps” the participants find out if they are either a ‘liberal’, ‘conservative’, ‘libertarian’ or ‘progressive’ (Statist).
Reminiscent of Alex Jones’ interview with Naomi Wolf in 2007 on the 10 steps that dictators will take to conform the masses in order to take total control, we can view any “survey” on key points as a warning sign – a means to profile and see who would be a threat.
Now, if you were looking at a glossy magazine’s cover story that professes to help you see who you are, then you would think nothing of it. In fact, you have been conditioned to respond to the challenge to answer the questions. The only difference between a magazine that is private and Beck’s call to survey, is the right to privacy.
Again, the promoted Nolan survey is set up on a computer platform. It has radio buttons and a submit button. Like all surveys of this nature it will provide the data collector with very important IP address data. The questions can be grouped in any fashion for any purpose.
The questions are downright scary. Looking at this survey a little closer the respondents’ answers can be grouped to see who are Gun rights supporters, free speech advocates, Christians, war protesters, those resistent to national ID or microchipping, and on and on. Blatant, in your face questioning as to areas that would be of interest to a dictatorship. Let’s look at the questions in order:
Question 1: Speech, Assembly, Press, Internet, and Property Rights
a) Government should not restrict speech, press, media or Internet. The rights of free citizens who don’t violate other people’s rights must be respected and protected at all times. Exercise of eminent domain should be extremely limited and its use avoided whenever possible. Private property and privacy rights should be protected at all times.
b) Speech, assembly, press, and Internet should be free except when it comes to protecting against terrorism and other threats to public safety. Free speech zones can be established to protect the right of free speech while insuring security at public events. Eminent domain should be maintained in practice, but it should not be available merely as a means to enrich private developers via enforced land transfers.
c) Speech, assembly, press, and Internet should be free except when controversies such as global warming have already been settled and legitimate public policies would be undermined by its few remaining detractors. Property rights should be subject to the needs of the government but otherwise should be respected.
d) Government should regulate speech, press, media, Internet, and property rights at its own discretion within reason as needed to meet all of government’s many obligations.
Question 2: Guns
a) The Second Amendment only applies to “militias” (such as the National Guard), and thus there is no specific protection afforded by it to individuals. It should be up to the government to decide the degree to which guns should be regulated for the public good.
b) The Second Amendment to the Constitution clearly protects the right of all individuals to bear arms. Government regulation of guns is a violation of the Second Amendment. Having the right to self-defense is meaningless without also having the means to defend yourself. An armed society is a peaceful society, is the best defense against criminals, and serves as a deterrent against government tyranny. Gun control has encouraged society to become lax and negligent in teaching and training on the safe handling and maintenance of weapons by individuals.
c) In general, I support the right to bear arms. However, it is prudent to have government regulate arms via registration requirements and other regulations to ensure that mentally unstable people can’t get guns and go on shooting rampages.
d) Gun control is essential and must continually be made stronger if we’re ever going to reduce and hopefully eliminate gun violence in this country.
Question 3: Homosexual Marriage
a) Gay rights should be supported by passing laws which protect gay marriage, including civil statute alternatives to gay marriage. All government benefits that heterosexual couples enjoy should also be granted to gay couples.
b) The government should pass laws that favor whatever view the majority of the population supports regarding homosexual relationships, including homosexual marriage.
c) There should be no laws regarding either heterosexual or homosexual relationships among consenting adults. Marriage of any kind is a private, contractual matter between free, private individuals that should not be regulated.
d) Homosexuality is an abomination, is banned by the Bible, and should be illegal in all cases.
Question 4: Foreign Policy
a) A strong defense requires playing an active, interventionist role in world affairs. As the last remaining superpower, we have a moral duty to police the world at any cost, or else we will surely pay the ultimate price. If we don’t militarily wipe out terrorism, the terrorists will wipe us out. We must resolve to win no matter how long it takes. It’s better to strike now than to pay later for our inaction.
b) America should play an active role in world affairs. We need to move toward more world government, particularly when it comes to issues such as global warming. The war on terror should rely heavily on diplomatic action. Military intervention should be used when there is a threat to our sovereignty, but this position can and should be reversed whenever public opinion turns against it.
c) The role of our government, and the role of the United Nations, should be constantly expanded to help ensure that all of the world moves toward democracy. Complaints that government is too big already are simply counter-productive and should be ignored.
d) “Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations; entangling alliances with none,” said President Thomas Jefferson in his first inaugural address. America’s interventionist policies over the past 100+ years have done little or nothing to reduce international instability, have led us into an endless series of wars, and have cost us dearly in American lives and money. The best defense of our borders is to defend our rights and liberty, not to sacrifice them while constantly growing our gigantic military, led by a parade of Presidents who repeatedly stick our nose into other countries’ affairs.
Question 5: National ID Card
a) There should be no national ID card. Period. The issuance of required National IDs controlled via interconnected databases will effectively end all privacy in this country.
b) We need a national ID card in order to prevent events like the attacks of 9/11 but without intruding too far into the personal privacy of the innocent.
National ID cards should be permitted but greatly restricted in scope because the potential for danger to personal liberty is present.
c) I’m not at all concerned about having a national ID card. Only the guilty need to worry.
Question 6: Corporate Welfare
a) The government has a duty to ensure that all individuals have food, clothing, and shelter and should also invest in private industry whenever it deems such investment to be in the public interest.
b) End “corporate welfare.” No government handouts to business.
c) Government involvement is necessary where private industry can’t do the job all by itself. As an example, agricultural subsidies should continue to support small farmers.
d) Corporate welfare should be eliminated for big business, but the social safety net for individuals should be retained.
Question 7: Trade & Money
a) Trade that isn’t fair isn’t free. Fair trade practices should be enforced as needed to ensure free trade while maintaining reasonably open borders. The Fed’s policies should be revised to help the poor rather than the rich.
b) The government should involve itself in the regulation of trade as needed to ensure a healthy economy at all times. The Federal Reserve system has made our money supply the most stable in all history.
c) End government barriers to international free trade. The regulation of trade tends enrich selected interest groups and industry captains at the expense of everyone else. We must move away from the inflationary approach of the Federal Reserve by re-adopting a hard money approach and dissolving the Federal Reserve system. Ever wonder why prices of everything (including real estate) keep going up over time? The Federal Reserve system is the culprit. President Woodrow Wilson, who signed the Federal Reserve Act into law regretted his decision three years later saying, “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country.”
d) Trade should be free in general, but it should be controlled as needed to ensure that our borders are protected against outside threats. Monetary policy under the Fed has generally been good for our economy. Hard money can’t keep up with a modern economy.
Question 8: Social Security
a) Social Security should be maintained and protected by the government, although we do need to offer individuals an alternative government-managed solution if they so choose.
b) Social Security is a vital part of the social safety net and should be properly funded and protected at all times. If necessary, make big business and the rich pay for any shortfalls.
c) Government has an obligation to provide for people in their twilight years, and Social security is a proper expression of governmental control. The system is sound and does not need anything more than minor adjustments from time to time.
d) Let people control their own retirement and they’ll retire richer and better off. The Social Security system is already bankrupt, despite what the politicians and bureaucrats keep telling us. Allow individuals to choose for themselves whether to opt out of the Social Security system. If we force everyone to remain in its pyramid scheme, the end result will be disastrous. We must act now before Social Security becomes completely insolvent.
Question 9: Health Care
a) Government regulation of health care is the main cause of the health care industry’s upward spiraling costs. The FDA, EPA, Medicare, and a host of other bureaucracies have created mountains of regulations that have led to the deaths of thousands and even millions of people who were denied needed treatments and resources. The cost of creating new treatments is also out of control because of this regulation. The only way to make health care affordable again is to get government out of the health care business.
b) Health care costs are spiraling primarily due to lawsuits. We need to place caps on these suits while avoiding socialized medicine. Where possible, we should reduce regulation to save money. The rising cost of health care is primarily the fault of big government politicians and lobbying groups.
c) Government regulation has gone a long way toward making health care universally accessible and safe, but there’s a long way to go. We need universal health insurance to ensure all Americans are adequately protected.
d) Private enterprise has failed to deliver satisfactory health care. Government’s role is clear: fix the problem.
Question 10: Taxes, Spending, and the National Debt
a) There should be no limits placed on the ability of government to raise sufficient revenue to do all the jobs government should be doing better, as expressed via majority rule.
b) Cut taxes and government spending by 50% or more. This will have an incredibly positive impact on the economy starting at its very lowest and smallest levels. The national debt must be paid down rather than endlessly increased, or we’ll soon face national bankruptcy.
c) The budget should be balanced and fully funded at all times, rather than actually cutting spending on a permanent basis. As needed, the national debt should be expanded to ensure that there is sufficient funding for government operation and military growth needs. Occasional, temporary tax cuts should be offered in token amounts to keep the taxpayers mollified.
d) We should be emphasizing the good that government can do to help people without getting all wrapped up in the costs involved. By spreading the load, such good can be spread out fairly and evenly. Progressive taxation helps ensure that the rich don’t live at the expense of the poor. However, we want to make sure we don’t place too much of a burden on the middle class.
The letter choices above (a,b,c,d) are not present on the survey. Instead, radio buttons are used that can compile and group the data easily.
The submit button suggests you “Find out where you are on the Nolan Chart”.
Another concern that should be critical is this: How has this survey changed over the years, and why has this version been dramatically altered from the older version? When was this new version produced? It would seem to be an extension of the discussion on the Beck program, and since he is endorsing it, are the results going to be made available to Beck or others? This should pose a concern for those completing this survey. How do participants to the survey know their information will be kept confidential?
Our survey is literally a survey rather than a quiz. We’re not trying to discover what your understanding and knowledge is about an issue such as a quiz does. Instead, we’re trying to identify what your position on that issue is, regardless of your knowledge level. Nor is our survey intended to be a poll or to have the accuracy of a poll. It is simply a survey…nothing more…nothing less.
Surveys gather data that can be manipulated, sorted, and organized. Companies and institutions use surveys all the time for demographic data. As ads conveniently pop up on your computer based on gathered demographic profiling, the risks associated with this type of survey are far greater.
And for that reason, the survey should have included a warning – the information and its origin can be traced. Therefore, there should have been an agreement statement stating that the information could be shared with other parties. But there was none.
And so, would respondents be led to believe that they are simply filling out a survey for their own purposes and interest?
How easy would it be for the government to use a survey of this nature to find out who supports gun ownership, who is a Christian, a Libertarian, and who would be the biggest threat?
If you have a home computer and you clicked the very friendly “find out who you are” button on the bottom, your IP address that is linked to your residence or workplace has been sent and who you are will be known. And this should outrage you!
The question is, who is using it and why?
And it brings us back to more important issue – who is Glenn Beck? What are his motives for having his audience complete this survey? Who does he serve?
The warning signs are there. Beck supports war, bank bailouts, suppression of 9/11 truth, and chastising birthers. Who is he really? Can he be trusted?
Based on his actions his position becomes clearer, and his directing of his audience more suspect. Is he instigating a very slimy manipulation attempt to direct and control the minds of the people? And now, with the addition of a non-private survey, what is he up to?
The survey serves a bigger purpose than you knowing who you are. It serves to notify them who you are.
The question really should be, ” Do you pose a threat to the globalists?”
And to that we should have the right to say, “None of your business”.
If you are feeling a little creeped out thinking about the possibility that this information could be used against you, and you are being profiled, I am sure you are not alone.
And as for trusting Glenn Beck – be afraid….be very afraid.
Updated Date: 18-jan-2010
Creation Date: 19-jan-2007
Expiration Date: 19-jan-2011