Call for the creation of an online database featuring images of police state spies
Author: Joe Rebel
The Resistance seeks to create an online database featuring photographs of government agents targeting political dissidents and demonstrators. Recent months have revealed a growing government program to photograph demonstrators. While photographing demonstrators is nothing new, the introduction of military personnel with cameras is a significant change. Taken in conjunction with the Pentagon's plans to spy on American online activities, communications, purchases and travel, we must assume that photographs are being taken for nefarious ends.
The primary challenge in creating such a database is the acquisition of photos. The Resistance requests that dissidents attending demonstrations and political events take digital photographs of all military personnel, police, and suspicious individuals photographing dissidents. Whenever possible, attempt to obtain the names of police state thugs wielding cameras. We request that you send us said photos along with information concerning the date, time, and location of the event.
Thanks to the current downturn in the economy, the Resistance has a growing list of information technology specialists. We intend to build a system where photographs of police state thugs can be quickly retrieved. We hope that providing such a tool will enable dissident groups to quickly identify infiltrators. The development of such a system will take some time. However, there is no reason to wait until it's release to gather the photographs that it will manage. In fact, we would like to have a reasonably large sample of photos before implementing the system as the sample will help us to better understand the scope of the task.
Please send photos of police state thugs to:
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