How the CIA Uses Your Appliances and RFID chips to Spy on You

CIA Director David Patraeus recently announced that the government can use our household appliances to spy on us. Through microprocessors embedded in every household appliance, smart meter, cellular phone, etc . . . the CIA is able to remotely intercept and access every email, phone call, text message, chat, and even direct conversation supposedly held in the privacy of your own home.

CIA Director David Petraeus speculating about the “internet of things”.

“Items of interest will be located, identified, monitored, and remotely controlled through technologies such as radio-frequency identification [RFID chips], sensor networks, tiny embedded servers, and energy harvesters — all connected to the next-generation internet using abundant, low-cost, and high-power computing . . . the latter now going to cloud computing, in many areas greater and greater supercomputing, and, ultimately, heading to quantum computing.”

How will the CIA be able to achieve this level of surveillance?

In December of 2011, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced plans to transition unused over-the-air wireless bands into Super Wi-Fi. This super Wi-Fi will use low frequencies (from 470 to 698 megahertz) that have longer wavelengths and travel father, and even penetrate walls.

This super Wi-Fi transmits 15 times the data rate of a 4g LTE cellular signal used by all Androids, smartphones, and iPhones. A simple four-watt commercial transmitter could download and transmit to any device data that extends 2 or 3 miles in a dense city region and up to 40 miles in open spaces.

The majority of super Wi-Fi devices will be available in 2014, however, manufacturers are installing super Wi-Fi chips in electronics currently being made as soon as next year. These integrated Wi-Fi technologies will be upgradable when the bulk of the technology is made available to the public.

An indicator of these plans can be found on the underside of any electronic device in your home. Even on the underside of a simple calculator, toaster oven, and even your refrigerator; you will find the following:

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

What this disclaimer means is that this device is not allowed to jam or block any signals and must accept any incoming signal given (by FCC regulations under Part 15 of the FCC Rules).

We have already seen this happen with the iPhone 4s. These phones were turned on remotely, capturing video, audio and recording calls with the simple app that anyone can download.

There was a major lawsuit that resulted from these activities. An estranged husband was able to remotely turn on his wife’s iPhone 4s and record audio and video of his wife’s extra-marital affair. The husband was able to use this as evidence in his divorce hearings against his wife.

The CIA has been accessing this technology since the release of the Android.

With the building of the National Security Agency’s Utah Data Center, this technology can be further used to servile any American citizen, anytime, anywhere.  The US government now has the power to not only servile it citizens, but control the power grid of any city (for example). They could stage a false flag attack on the power grid themselves using this technology.

The US government has been warning the American public of what they are doing. We simply are not paying attention. Hidden in plain sight is the means by which we are controlled. Just look at your alarm clock, coffee maker, stove, cell phone, laptop, microwave oven, smart meter, dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer, or any electronic device and you will see the FCC disclaimer. Even your child’s electronic toys have the capability to spy on you.

This FCC guideline has been in place since the 1970s; waiting for the technology to catch up with the regulations. Now that this technology is here, it poses a serious threat. In reality, our household devices ARE being used to servile your conversations and track your every move.

Big Brother is here.

He is listening from your kitchen counter.