Friday, April 30, 2010

WalMart sued for Mind Control

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Judge hears $2-billion lawsuit against Wal-Mart, Microsoft over brain control - Rose's claim states "that he has been subject to invasive brain computer interface technology, research, experiments, field studies and surgery" and also named the University of B.C. and the B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons as defendants -

Walmart starts it's own intelligence agency, beings massive spy campaign on 1.7 million employees -,,

Wal-Mart launches world's largest private satellite communication system, transmissions are sent via the Satellite Business System SBS 4 satellite, one of about a dozen Ku-band satellites. -

With the vaunted supercomputer housed in the David Glass Technology Center, which is second only to the Pentagon's supercomputer in the world, Wal-Mart is able to... -

According to one consumer activist, Katherine Albrecht, even the wildest conspiracy buff might be surprised at just how much Wal-Mart knows about its customers - and how much more it would like to know. -

Walmart CEO's and List of Senior Staff Throughout History:

I haven''t shopped at Walmarts in probably five years or more. I haven't lived in the States for over three. What the heck are the "spy balls" at Walmart? Surveillance cameras that look like balls?

I can't find a current photo because I don't think they allow photography in there (bad excuse I know), but there are some stores which have many rows of those large hanging ball cameras, right near the checkouts. Tons of them. WHy would that be?

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