Nightmare? Regime in Your Phone

“A new national alert system is set to begin in New York City that will alert the public to emergencies via cell phones. Presidential and local emergency messages as well as Amber Alerts would appear on cell phones equipped with special chips and software.” Now, as the government is conducting hearings today against Apple and Google over what they’re doing to track people’s locations, here comes the regime saying, “You know what, the only way you’re gonna know about emergencies is if we can get to you on your cell phone.”

“National Emergency Alert System Set to Launch in NYC,” on cell phones. “The announcement of the new emergency alert system came in the wake of Osama bin Laden’s death and an uptick in security and safety concerns around New York City.” Well, as long as they’re going to do this, how about sending e-mails and texts to people on their cell phones as to the location where the cheapest gasoline is in their community? Yeah, the regime can send us a text or an e-mail when the recession is over. They can tell us where the nearest job openings are. I mean, why stop at emergencies? Or why just limit it to a few emergencies? You know, why not the nearest Starbucks, whatever it is that they want to push. Why use cell phones? Why don’t we just go back to the old days where the regime got this big panel truck and they drove it through town with a couple speakers on the top, somebody inside, like an ice cream truck, put up loudspeakers so we can hear from our leaders everywhere. You know, homeless guy with a sandwich board. Why do they have to reach us only through cell phones?



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