A Interesting E-mail...

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by catlady, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. So I got this in my e-mail today:

    "Dear Reader,

    Have you heard about the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NTSA's) latest plan?

    They are proposing the implementation of a new law that would basically require ALL passenger cars and trucks manufactured after September 2014 be equipped with a "black box," similar to what's currently installed on airplanes.

    These boxes could be capable of tracking things like speed, location, number of passengers, etc.

    It's not clear exactly how these "black boxes" would be used, but it's important to note that this isn't something that has to pass through Congress...

    The NTSA has full authority to change vehicle requirements on their own, and they're scheduled to make their final decision, later this year.

    To me, this is just another clear indicator that "Big Brother" is coming to America... and he's coming fast. What little privacy we have left in America today will soon be gone.

    Already, the government admits to snooping on our phone calls and emails. There are cameras and microphones everywhere... and now even drones (like the ones we use to spy in Afghanistan) are rumored to populate our skies.

    But what can you do?

    Well, one successful friend of mine (who's a multi-millionaire and a medical doctor) says you can actually take some pretty simple steps to protect yourself. He says you can LEGALLY hide assets and income from the gov't and you can LEGALLY limit how gov't and big companies spy on you too.

    How?

    Well, my friend has actually put together a really interesting free presentation, to explain more about how these techniques work.

    Here, he describes such techniques such as:

    - Legally hiding money from the government and the IRS
    - Keeping email communication totally secret with a strategy supposedly perfected by terrorists and cheating spouses
    - Making sure a thief cannot use your credit card, even if it's stolen
    - The trick to beating facial recognition technology
    - Legally generating tax-free income that you never have to report to the gov't or anyone else.

    And much, much, more.

    Now please keep in mind: My friend is a little worried about what the authorities are going to say, when he makes this information public.

    That's why he agreed to be on camera for only about three minutes, and he insisted that we disguise his face as part of the process.

    As he told me: "The ideas I want to share--while completely, 100% legal--will probably be considered unpatriotic at best... or perhaps even treasonous, to those in power. The last thing I want is to do is attract the attention of some neo-conservative organization or whacko liberal group. Or for the government to put my photo on one of their infamous 'watch' lists."

    I strongly encourage you to at least check out his 3-minute on-camera segment.

    I feel pretty confident saying you have never seen anything quite like this before, and I'm sure it will be well worth your time.

    It's free of charge too, so check it out here.

    Best regards,

    Brian Hunt
    Editor in Chief, S&A Investment Research
    "


    So offer aside... What to you guys think about the black box thing?
     
  2. Can you post a TLDR version?
     
  3. I'll leave my comments on "big brother coming to America" for another time but I don't think you will see blackboxes in cars yet.

    Edit: And one you have to pull out "My successful friend who's a millionaire and a doctor" but without mentioning legitimate sources my bullshit sense starts tingling.
     
  4. Click the link.

    I dare you.
     
  5. A good way to avoid this stuff is to give out a lot of gifts. It needs to be to people you can trust, but it's a good way to avoid paying huge taxes.

    By gifts I mean giving someone money, writing it off, and getting it back.
     
  6. +1
     
  7. Hiding income from the government legally? Since when is reporting your income to the government not a cornerstone of a stable economy?
     
  8. I get e-mails from this doctor all the time. Most of them are about health things and ways to avoid certain medical things they should not be doing on people.
    This was interesting to me though because I read about them doing something to cars like this a few years ago. I can't see them just slipping them in like its
    no big deal though. I mean, I can see it happening, just not anytime soon.
     
  9. What is that?
     
  10. International motor industry would not allow it. Since installing things like this needs to be allowed on an international level. Plus the guy who wrote this, Brian Hunt, isn't a doctor. He's a stock broker and investor working for an investment firm. Most likely he are trying to get people to invest in companies he owns shares in and would thus make him money.
     
  11. :regal:
     
  12. No no, Brian is not the doctor. The doc's name is William Campbell Douglas II M.D.
    He sent this e-mail out to his superscribes to promote this idea I guess.
     
  13. I am being serious LOL :pity:
     
  14. I know. Your internet skills are low, Padawan.

    It means Too long; didn't read.

    It's basically a shorter version of a longer posts for scumbags that don't want to read. (A.K.A. @Crayo)
     
  15. Ohhh see I am not that big on acronyms. lol
     
  16. Short Version:
    They are proposing the implementation of a new law that would basically require ALL passenger cars and trucks manufactured after September 2014 be equipped with a "black box," similar to what's currently installed on airplanes.

    These boxes could be capable of tracking things like speed, location, number of passengers, etc.

    It's not clear exactly how these "black boxes" would be used, but it's important to note that this isn't something that has to pass through Congress...

    The NTSA has full authority to change vehicle requirements on their own, and they're scheduled to make their final decision, later this year.

    @crayo
     
  17. NP GTH KKTHXBAI YOLO
     
  18. That's kinda scary :booker:
     
  19. I have a hard time seeing how blackboxes for cars (who's sole function is to document the car in case of accident or the vehicle being destroyed, otherwise they aren't even on) should herald the coming of "big brother" (who's already in America anyway). Neither do I see how the NTSA, an organisation who's purpose is to be the middle man an mediator in negotiations between auto industry and military industry and help oversee that production of military vehicles meet a yearly quota (as in they deal only in vehicles for the military, not civilian use) would have the power to rewrite national and international vehicle standards for civilian use. This just smells iffy and I wouldn't worry about it since he is most likely just trying to sell you in a pyramid scheme of sorts since they want money to "protect it from the government" aka hiding it in off shore accounts so that one does not have to pay taxes which leads to the economy collapsing even further. When one only takes from the state and don't give a small piece back then the economy grows sick.

    Don't worry about it.
     
  20. All I got out of that was no problem and you only live once.
    The only reason I know YOLO is because of twitter. I never use it though. Its just like HAM. Its annoying and takes no logical thinking to make acronyms. Anything outside of quick text statements, such as LOL or T2UL, should not be used by anyone over the age of 18. The reason I say "LOL" and "T2UL" are exceptionable is because you are showing something the thing you read was funny, and you are letting them know you are ending the conversation without having to say bye because for whatever reason, getting a "Bye" in a text seems weird. lol
     
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