- "The US Census Bureau has awarded IBM (NYSE IBM)
Global Business Services a contract to provide data tabulation and dissemination
services in support of the 2010 United States Census and other key Census
Bureau Surveys. The project was awarded to IBM on September 20th and the
value of the contract is $89.5 million over 9 years.
- This is the same company that undertook the 1890 U.S.
Census; the same company that was contracted by Germany's Third Reich to
undertake census operations and similar advance people counting and registration
technologies. IBM Germany not only head-counted the populace, but invented
the racial census. They not only listed religious affiliation, but blood
lines going back generations. This was the same company that was contracted
to lease the whole-earth machine to the Nazis from 1933 to 1945. "
- Many Americans have been surprised to learn that the
2010 Census is not being run by the federal government of the United States,
but by a private corporation using a registered version of that company's
Logo for the 2010 Census, as was outlined in yesterday's article "Owning
the United States ®." (2)
- There is, it turns out, a somewhat awkward conflict between
the mark they chose to register and the one they actually used. Here's
what they registered: http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield?f=doc&state=4008:beajte.4.608
- It appears that they chose NOT to use the image they
- The "wings" (Or feathers) shown in the link
above do not appear on the official papers, which of course only compounds
the problems inherent by choosing to 'register' this logo in the first
place. Apparently they created something which they obviously did not expect
would cause much of a reaction. Now that these problems have been pointed
out graphically - and this registered mark is now "in national use,"
this is provoking more questions than they will likely choose to answer.
- The question herein is; 'might there be a violation of
Federal law for misuse of a registered mark,' given that the United States
would seem to indicate that the 2010 Census is being undertaken by the
government of the United States: Not by some private corporate interests
that has a very long and ugly history where collecting census data is concerned?
- What happened to the U. S. Census Bureau which is listed
on the return address of the envelope in which the Census forms arrived
- why weren't they used to print and distribute this 2010 Census?
- And how can this be explained given that this envelope
is clearly marked
- "OFFICIAL BUSINESS
- Penalty for Private Use $300"
- The OFFICIAL envelope looks very official, and there
is no other indication that the 2010 Census is being run by a privately
contracted corporation except for the symbol "®", just to
the top right side of the Logo? Everything else about this envelope reeks
of a government document. Even the metered stamp refers to the U. S. CENSUS
BUREAU, and not to IBM (NYSE IBM). The contract for this Census is large
enough so that one might think that
- IBM could pay for the postage at least: but instead we
get to do that on top of their $89.5 million contract. Why all the SECRECY,
why all the conflicts that need not be conflicts: There would not be any
conflict if there were no secret-contract with this private-corporation
that has a very long reputation of collecting data on whole populations
of people which somehow end up being very dead by the end of the contract.
And the key to all of this confusion seems to have started with that tiny
little symbol "®" that apparently is becoming very difficult
to explain, in plain English!
- Here's part of a Q & A that happened yesterday: Apparently
I was wrong in thinking that the mark covered only the words United States;
it was intended to cover the entire Logo as "the mark legally covers
the whole phrase "United States 2010 Census"."
- Question: 'The question remains, what authority does
the United States Census Bureau have to obtain trademarks? The post office
has been doing the Census for years, or so many believed; but it was recently
"privatized". I'm sure their attorney Green would say that
they do not want con men taking and using that phrase to defraud folks
and they believed a trademark would give them more legal standing to go
after any cons.'
- Kirwan: "An interesting thought, but then why bother
with that, being that the Census is no longer adhering to their original
mandate which was to simply 'count' the people of this country once every
ten years. In fact they now "count people" every year, and in
some interviews they ask a great deal more of those being interviewed than
just the literal number of people in the household. My point is there would
be no 'reason' for anyone to attempt to hijack the "CENSUS" if
the Census takers were not actually seeking and collecting, a whole lot
more information that is not legally open to any census taker, by law."
- Question: "Are you aware how far this 2010 census
strays from Article 1, Section 2 of the Constitution which allows enumeration
(counting) only. Are you aware that the fine for non-compliance with the
Census was secretly and recently raised from $100 to $5,000?"
- Kirwan: "Yes, I am also aware that no such figures
for failure to comply were included in the "by mail" version
that was sent to me. In brief is this because there is a corporate use
for the information that is not on the simple people-counting forms: Information
such as income, medical histories, and virtual all areas of everyday life
that might present problems for those people who choose to share that information
with the government. The pamphlet does mention that it will keep whatever
is gathered confidential - yet no mention is made of what will happen if
that information is sold or leaked to another user, whether that's a government
agency or a private entity?"
- Question: Is the government attempting to set up folks
who resist for prosecution, fines and taking away more rights. It seems
like a covert set up to me.
- Kirwan: "That would probably be a fairly credible
assertion - so that they could then make examples of those individuals
- as there might also be a prison term associated with the FAILURE TO COMPLY
- These were just some of the little things that this odd-ball
Census-form seems to be raising.
- Lots of people have sent abbreviated versions and links
trying to explain this whole thing as a misunderstanding on my part-a stretch
too far some believe.
- But: 'It is the job of this government to explain this
- plain English, if they want to have a nation that is
not seen as a total fabrication or as a place that is being held hostage
to private and to very corporate interests - that is NOT MY JOB - it is
the job of this
- thoroughly corrupted government to answer the public's
questions and to satisfy their questions with clear and candid responses.
- There is certainly enough information available to enlighten
anyone that wants to believe that their government is "not guilty"
of any crime herein. I say let us treat them as they have been treating
us now for the last ten years: Let the government prove that they have
not broken any laws, otherwise whoever is at fault needs to face the most
severe penalties: just as ordinary citizens must face, whenever they find
themselves in one of our now totally-biased courtrooms around this nation.
- Many people believe the double-talk and the mountains
of legalese that half-assed lawyers try to cite to cover up this mess;
but I'm staying with the basics - which until these questions become clearly
a settled matter of law; then they must be answered publicly and on the
record by whatever creatures now claim to speak for the US government.
- I've been at this for over half-a-century and this has
never been anything like a clear-cut affair to anyone outside the corridors
of power! Cite all the obscurities you like - the fact is that when theCensus
bureau issued this logo with that registration mark upon it they opened
this steam of questions that could well threaten all their other lies -
unless this matter is clearly positioned in an immediate and completely
clear place in both our history and settled law.
- The original question is still out there "Who owns
us now?" The US government is supposedly owned by the people of this
country. So when the government undertook to do this that way, in effect,
it was as if we (the American people) were doing something for ourselves.
However when a corporation is allowed to seize and use an agency of the
public as if it were still the public's own agency; when in fact the project
has become a private-for-profit contract with an agenda of its own: That
is an entirely different thing from what the public has been led to believe
is the case, at least when it comes down to actually 'taking' the 2010
- Every single household in this country is about to get
one of these things, if they haven't received one already: Study the contents
and make up your mind as to whether or not you believe the lawyers and
the corrupted government that has been lying to you all your lives: Or
whether you think that this 'secret' contract for taking the 2010 Census
is really just a front for something potentially much worse.
- There is an IBM microchip that will be placed in people,
it will give you a human IP address and it will plug you into the grid.
It's sometimes been called the DEADSCAN and it's been out there for over
10 years now yet people are just waking up to it, I wonder how much that
might have to do with this hush-hush contract for counting people-if anything?
- 1) One Mainframe to Rule Them All - video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVWNlvI-eB4
- 2) Owning the United States ® http://www.kirwanesque.com/politics/articles/2010/art38.htm