Sunday, September 23, 2007


Big Brother is Alive and Taking Notes

In order to gauge the willingness to comply with outrageous demands, presumed to come from the federal government, an evil corporation by the name of PIRE (Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation) has managed to convince Gilpin County (Colorado) Sheriff Bruce Hartman that there'd be federal money in it for his county if the Sheriff set up a few roadblocks in which PIRE would be allowed to voluntarily take blood, saliva and breath samples from the occupants of travelers.

The fit hit the shan (thanks, Larry) when drivers later reported that PIRE examiners, dressed in "official-looking" blue uniforms, became insistent that reluctant drivers comply and be sampled. Some were detained for as long as forty-five minutes while PIRE examiners repeatedly and sternly asked them to submit.

At no time were law enforcement officers brought into play, except to handle traffic control.

Sheriff Hartman, who had apologized for getting involved in this scam, has been interviewed by Charles Goyette, for broadcast on The Charles Goyette Show Monday, Sept 24th. Details here. There are some relevant links in the story and further details, as well. The interview will also be available on the Freedom's Phoenix website after the broadcast.

The only reason I can think of for doing "private" surveys this way is to accustom Americans to the idea of "papers, please?" road blocks at random locations and times around the country. The fascist-oriented officials in government (almost all of them) have an abiding frustration over not being able to keep closer tabs on the movement of Americans.

If there are any federal officials that can be linked to this atrocity, they need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law for violating their oath of office, and removed from office, fined and imprisoned. A public hanging would be even better, as an educational aid for others. I imagine, however, that these errant individuals have carefully covered their tracks.

PIRE should have its ass sued off by all travelers inconvenienced.

Americans have to start drawing a line against these trial balloons and forcing the federal government's fascist infiltrators out the door and into the graybar hotel.

People should not be afraid of their governments; governments should be afraid of their people.

Warm regards,

Col. Hogan
Stalag California

5 comments:

MK said...

Do you know what the 'official' point of it was, was it just collecting samples, i saw they were offering $10 for providing the samples?

Col. Hogan said...

Reading bits of PIRE's website, and reading the links found on the Freedom's Phoenix story, I gather that PIRE is a government funded, "non-profit" corporation dedicated to toeing the government line on alcohol and drug use.

I don't find info on the reason for this particular line of research, and I doubt it they'd tell the truth if asked.

One of my conjectures is that they're collecting DNA for the federal government's fledgling DNA bank.

I haven't heard any news of this on the national msm, though there are some local news stories.

MK said...

Oh DNA bank, like in the UK.. they're obviously not brave enough to say so in the open like in the UK, they must be scared of a backlash, so there is hope.. thanks for that.

Aurora said...

MK and Col., DNA bank...That's exactly what I thought. MK, I don't think there's hope. It just means that it's going to take a bit longer in the U.S. since Americans are very dynamic people and don't submit to this garbage easily. At least not unless they're sold out to Leftist ideologies.
Col., this is a shocking post. It's getting Americans used to it alright. The problem is, when we don't just 'get used to it' we're going to have to be 'dealt with' I believe.

Col. Hogan said...

It seems like a lot of what we see around us and in media have messages extolling police and other government agencies/programs and urging acceptance and compliance. It starts in the government's children's prisons It continues in tv, radio, on the internet and in print.

We have to be vary selective and critical, and teach our kids to be so, as well.