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Dear Congressman Issa:


Have you ever known a firefighter to get paid for putting out a fire that never existed?  Taxpayers need to prepare themselves for another sucker punch to their stomach courtesy of corrupt Internal Revenue Service employees. Last April I caught the IRS with their pants on the ground.  I set my trap in September of 2012 to confirm whether IRS employees were engaging in fraud.  It took eight months but I was able to prove that IRS was taking credit for conducting phantom investigations and for issuing fictitious results on work that was never performed.  


This should outrage every American who is forced to work for Uncle Sam between January until May to pay their income taxes.  Granted, the IRS employee also goes off to work but instead of putting in an honest day’s work they spend their day fabricating jobs to justify their government paycheck.  The web becomes further tangled when IRS employees prepare reports on the results of investigations that never took place.  The government defines embezzlement as the “unlawful conversion or misappropriation of any voucher, money, or item of value of the United States”  


Currently the IRS is using fraud technology that is 20 years old.  Do you still use the cell phone you purchased in 1993?  Do you still use the cell phone you purchased three years ago?


Statistics released by the IRS show that electronic audits are 10 times more efficient than IRS field agents.  I offered to test 30 million tax returns in 30 minutes and the IRS informed me that my idea of testing tax returns in real-time lacked innovation. The IRS would rather plod along hiring more government workers which places a tremendous burden of having to create more phantom jobs.


Americans are tired of being bullied by an unscrupulous agency that has morphed into a giant fraud.  If Congress were to embrace technology from the 21st century they could reduce the IRS workforce -50% and put the remaining 50% on notice that continued advancements in technology may eliminate their positions. 


Randall Sorensen CPA CFF


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3 Allah Akbars and You're Out!

Isn’t Technology GREAT !!!

Take a look at the 20-seconds video, but read this first.

The cameraman is filming his friend as he praises Allah and launches mortar shots at British troops. Little does he know that current mortar shell tracking technology can track the trajectory of a hostile round and fire a retaliatory shot to precisely the spot from which the hostile shell was fired. This only requires the hostile mortar to fire 2 to 3 rounds. Count the number of mortar rounds the masked insurgent fires in the video. See how well it works. If you listen carefully you can hear the single round from the American artillery fired in the distance. It comes just after the terrorist fires his third round and his fourth round drops down the tube but that's as far as it gets.

No more "Allah Akbars" from THIS source! Isn't technology wonderful?



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The Calgary Herald | August 23, 2010

aacimages The Eyes have it for Techno Fascists

Every once in a while you come across a story that

will make the hair on the back of your neck stand

on end as soon as you read the first couple of
paragraphs. Sadly, this is one of those stories.

Last week, business and technology journal

Fast Company reported that a U.S. company

named Global Rainmakers Inc. is embarking

on a grand techno-fascist project in Leon,

Mexico, where it will roll out iris-scanning

technology to create what it calls “the
most secure city in the world.”

When the million-plus residents of Leon go to

the bank, get on a bus or walk into a medical

clinic, their eyes will be scanned by machines

that can handle up to 50 people per minute in

motion, automatically entering the information

into a central database monitored by the

Jeff Carter, the CDO of GRI, is enthusiastic.

“In the future, whether it’s entering your home,

opening your car, entering your workspace,

getting a pharmacy prescription refilled, or having

your medical records pulled up, everything will

come off that unique key that is your iris,” he told

Fast Company.

“Every person, place, and thing on this planet will

be connected (to the iris system) within the next

10 years,” he added.

To begin, GRI’s scanners are scheduled to be

installed in law enforcement facilities, security

check-points, police stations, and prisons.

The authorities in Leon are set to automatically

“enrol” convicted criminals, scanning their irises

and entering them into the
database for future use.

The next phase will see scanners placed in

mass transit, medical centres and banks with

the expectation that they will be used by everyone

else. The technology is meant to have both

governmental and commercial uses (for example,

personalized advertising or billboards that actively

track who looks at them), so if residents of Leon want a
glimpse into the future, they can rent Minority

Report DVDs. Carter seems undisturbed by all this.

“If you’ve been convicted of a crime, in essence,

this will act as a digital scarlet letter,” he said.

“If you’re a known shoplifter, for example, you

won’t be able to go into a store without being

flagged. Forothers, boarding a plane will be impossible.”

Law-abiding citizens will have the option to opt-in,

although Carter hopes that they will be incentivized

to do so by the government and by private companies.

“When you get masses of people opting-in, opting

out does not help,” he said.

“Opting out actually puts more of a flag on you than

just being part of the system. We believe everyone

will opt-in.”

Lest anyone think that Carter and his colleagues

are just misguided scientists who do not understand

the implications of what they are selling, the CEO of

Global Rainmakers Hector Hoyos dispels that myth
rather nicely.

“September 11 had a huge impact on my life — it

made me move to New York and do what I’m doing

today,” he told the Hispanic Engineer & Information

Technology magazine in an interview just days before

GRI’s project in Leon was announced. “This is one thing

I’ve based my life’s work on: identifying the needle in the

haystack. I’ve been working to develop the technology,

product, and solutions to enable the identification of the

bad guys and hopefully rid the world of them. My
purpose is to be able to weed out anyone who wants

to harm us or our way
of life.”

Who is a criminal or a threat? What would “ridding

the world of them” entail? That’s up to the Mexican

authorities and the good people at GRI, for now.

But, if GRI and the authorities in Leon are successful,

then they will create the authoritarian’s wet dream, a

system that will track individuals from the moment

that they enter the public square and follow
and monitor them all day long, with Big Brother

looking for patterns and transgressions while

marketing companies assault the senses with
personalized ads.

No matter what our politicians and newspaper

columnists say, our way of life or how we enjoy

our freedoms are not threatened by bad census

forms, boatfuls of Tamil refugees, or by an Islamic

cultural centre within a few blocks of the former

World Trade Center in New York.

Instead, the meaningful threats come from

the nexus of paranoia and centralized control,

and truly Orwellian technologies, always put

in place in the name of the public good.

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