Don’t Text Me, Bro

Saturday, June 11, 2011
Posted in category The Terror State

Yep. As is usual with the news that comes my way nowadays, I thought this was a joke. The Texter-in-Chief, Herr Obama, has expanded the Federal Communications Commission’s emergency alert system to allow the government to terrorize you with its fear mongering propaganda via text messages to your wireless device. And you can’t completely opt out. This racket is named PLAN for Personal Localized Alerting Network. Here is the FCC’s description of this Orwellian dog and pony show.

The text-message warnings will be able to be sent out to phones and other mobile devices based on their geographic location, across different mobile carriers, officials said.

PLAN is being rolled out by the FCC and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, with the cooperation of cellular service providers, according to a FEMA statement.

In case you were worried about not getting your daily dose of propaganda, don’t lose any sleep.

Consumers do not need to sign up for the service; their carrier will automatically sign them up, and they won’t be charged for receiving any PLAN text alerts, the agencies said.

Only three types of alerts will be sent out on PLAN: messages issued by the president, alerts involving imminent threats to safety of life, and Amber alerts.

Perhaps some crafty entrepreneur will come up with an App that will send me a text message whenever the UDSA conducts an armed raid, when a TSA ape conducts another publicized sexual molestation, when a peaceful citizen is tasered by the coppers, when the FTC blocks another private business transaction, when gold/silver prices go up, or when the Federal Reserve initiates another quantitative easing to stimulate Wall Street. Now that’s an emergency alert system I would sign up for.

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2 Responses to Don’t Text Me, Bro

  1. Richie says:

    June 13th, 2011 at 7:33 am

    Given the war on texting while driving, are motorists supposed to pull over, or just wait until they reach their destinations to check the message? If it’s an imminent threat, would they have time?

  2. cousin lucky says:

    June 19th, 2011 at 2:32 pm

    Once the government sets this system up the spammers will find a way to hack into it and put spam ads on your mobile devices 24 hours a day/ seven days a week!! Very Ugly Stuff Indeed!!!

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