The watchers watching the watcher…

As mentioned in the comments elsewhere, the Fukushima post has resulted in several computers from the House of Commons and other government agencies back east, spending excessive amounts of time on my site. While many are regular visitors, 19 hours is a new record to have one computer left on this site… ; )

29 thoughts on “The watchers watching the watcher…

  1. I find it interesting that the government stooges have (or have to) have their javascript disabled. Of course, if they wanted to add troll/PAB like comments to most blogs they would have to activate the javascript as most comment boards are implemented that way……so you called ’em just right…….watchers!

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  2. cherylb

    Perhaps instead of watching they might take some action to protect their citizens, or at least ensure they are informed of the possible danger. How about it Ottawa? What a concept…….

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    1. Laila

      HA!I hate to say it Norm, but this address is one who seems to only monitor, not take action. Others however,have influence, who are visiting, like the Privy Council office. Will they do anything about this other than hope I and others go away? Not likely.

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  3. e.a.f.

    Well you do have their attention! Now if they would only not just read it, but come to some reasonable conclusions about how to repair the problems you outline. However, I doubt that is the reason for them spending time on your site.

    I would suggest they spend time on your site to find who is writing to you, lets see who gets a visit from the “watchers”. They are most likely mining the information on your site so they can take it into consideration when they create their “talking points”. They will attempt to refute what you are saying.

    Good work!

    A lot of information which people read on the blogs is not in the mainstream media. People reading the blogs, find out information, then write their M.P. or local paper editor about their concerns. The “watchers” don’t like that. They want to keep people in the dark, like mushrooms & we know what happened to the mushroom workers.

    Dear old vic probably wants to be able to look at all our computer information so he can deal with us & not have to do what they have done, spending 19 hrs. Who has that kind of time?

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    1. Laila

      Vic the d**k… oops !! Sorry, sometimes I write whatever pops into my head!! I agree e.a.f, the alternate media is growing with the help of the many who substantiate their work and provide proof. The social media network does the rest for us. 19 hours is a long time, I agree. What a sad job that is!

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  4. “Dear old vic probably wants to be able to look at all our computer information so he can deal with us & not have to do what they have done, spending 19 hrs. Who has that kind of time?”

    Definitely not dear old Vic, there’s all them babysitters to impregnate and mistresses to appoint to the bench! Come to think of it do old Vic and Annie Mack know each other, you know in the biblical sense, maybe she was parachuted into the Basi-Virk charade for more reasons than just to shut it down……………….

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  5. Jean

    For the past 11 years we have been paying 8 people or more to do the job of 1, with all the deputies, assistants, directors etc. and 240 PABBERS at $17 Million ++ per year and that’s just roughly provincially. The elected goons are paid big bucks to travel (holiday) to China, Japan etc. and to always read off of notes (no need to think, if they could) prepared by the insane public affairs bureau including only reading notes in the ledge, when it is open. How many millions of dollars more of our money federally for the sick governments to spy on us?? Yesterday anything I sent politically were not received and many things I read politically were taken down. We say No to internet spying but it’s been going on for a very long time.
    It’s way past time to put them all behind bars and away from the public purse..
    Keep up the good work Laila, you must be one at the top of their list!

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    1. Laila

      Good day all, for all those who dont want to do the link, this is what comes up for this IP http://whois.domaintools.com/192.197.82.203

      NetRange: 192.197.77.0 – 192.197.82.255
      CIDR: 192.197.78.0/23, 192.197.80.0/23, 192.197.82.0/24, 192.197.77.0/24
      OriginAS:
      NetName: NETBLK-GTAADMIN
      NetHandle: NET-192-197-77-0-1
      Parent: NET-192-0-0-0-0
      NetType: Direct Allocation
      RegDate: 1993-08-12
      Updated: 2002-10-08
      Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-192-197-77-0-1

      OrgName: GTA
      OrgId: GTA-3
      Address: VPO/MOI room 1020
      Address: Journal Tower North
      Address: 300 Slater Street
      City: Ottawa
      StateProv: ON
      PostalCode: K1A-OC8
      Country: CA
      RegDate: 1993-08-12
      Updated: 2011-09-24
      Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/GTA-3

      OrgAbuseHandle: CKN23-ARIN
      OrgAbuseName: No, Contact Known
      OrgAbusePhone: +1-800-555-1234
      OrgAbuseEmail:
      OrgAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/CKN23-ARIN

      OrgTechHandle: CKN23-ARIN
      OrgTechName: No, Contact Known
      OrgTechPhone: +1-800-555-1234
      OrgTechEmail:
      OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/CKN23-ARIN

      NetRange: 192.197.82.0 – 192.197.82.255
      CIDR: 192.197.82.0/24
      OriginAS:
      NetName: PARL-C1
      NetHandle: NET-192-197-82-0-1
      Parent: NET-192-197-77-0-1
      NetType: Reassigned
      RegDate: 1993-08-12
      Updated: 1996-02-09
      Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-192-197-82-0-1

      OrgName: Canadian House of Commons
      OrgId: CHC-10
      Address: 180 Wellington St.
      City: Ottawa
      StateProv: ON
      PostalCode: K1A 0A6
      Country: CA
      RegDate: 1993-08-12
      Updated: 2011-09-24
      Ref: http://whois.arin.net/rest/org/CHC-10

      OrgAbuseHandle: CKN23-ARIN
      OrgAbuseName: No, Contact Known
      OrgAbusePhone: +1-800-555-1234
      OrgAbuseEmail:
      OrgAbuseRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/CKN23-ARIN

      OrgTechHandle: CKN23-ARIN
      OrgTechName: No, Contact Known
      OrgTechPhone: +1-800-555-1234
      OrgTechEmail:
      OrgTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/CKN23-ARIN

      RTechHandle: GP86-ARIN
      RTechName: Proulx, Gerry
      RTechPhone: +1-613-992-7364
      RTechEmail:
      RTechRef: http://whois.arin.net/rest/poc/GP86-ARIN

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    2. Laila

      Oh there is some serious net spying, infiltrations etc. Believe me, after the China post things were rough for a while, which I will address in the followup that business has kept me away from posting. And if there is a list to be watched, as I said to a friend online, it’s a hell of a long one!!

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  6. Norm

    The time is coming that we will all need to use encrypted connections to offshore proxy servers, at one time only criminals needed to use them now public citizens need to use them to protect themselves from actions of the biggest criminal organization.. They are a bit of a hassle and a small cost to setup but, the time when paper and invisible ink will be the safest way to communicate is getting closer every day – I will probably just stay away from the internet altogether.

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      1. Laila

        Sent to me by a us gov employee, a public health study following the deaths in the four months following Fukushima in the US, asking if there is a correlation, in particular since similar findings were found by researchers following Chernobyl.
        http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22403909

        Int J Health Serv. 2012;42(1):47-64.
        An unexpected mortality increase in the United States follows arrival of the radioactive plume from Fukushima: is there a correlation?Mangano JJ, Sherman JD.
        SourceRadiation and Public Health Project, New York, USA.

        Abstract
        The multiple nuclear meltdowns at the Fukushima plants beginning on March 11, 2011, are releasing large amounts of airborne radioactivity that has spread throughout Japan and to other nations; thus, studies of contamination and health hazards are merited.

        In the United States, Fukushima fallout arrived just six days after the earthquake, tsunami, and meltdowns.

        Some samples of radioactivity in precipitation, air, water, and milk, taken by the U.S. government, showed levels hundreds of times above normal; however, the small number of samples prohibits any credible analysis of temporal trends and spatial comparisons.

        U.S. health officials report weekly deaths by age in 122 cities, about 25 to 35 percent of the national total. Deaths rose 4.46 percent from 2010 to 2011 in the 14 weeks after the arrival of Japanese fallout, compared with a 2.34 percent increase in the prior 14 weeks.

        The number of infant deaths after Fukushima rose 1.80 percent, compared with a previous 8.37 percent decrease. Projecting these figures for the entire United States yields 13,983 total deaths and 822 infant deaths in excess of the expected.

        These preliminary data need to be followed up, especially in the light of similar preliminary U.S. mortality findings for the four months after Chernobyl fallout arrived in 1986, which approximated final figures.

        PMID:22403909[PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

        I look forward to the followup on that, and hope the US government did follow up findings. Note the researchers note the small number of samples gathered.

        The question then is, did the Canadian health authorities and researchers initiate a similar study, and if so, what were there findings?

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  7. Qatadah Bakri Abboud

    I don’t know if this is relevant to you, this is what i found using ip sniffer…

    IP-TO-DOMAIN CONVERTER/ HOST NAMES LIST

    IP NEIGHBORHOOD WILL TAKE AN IP ADDRESS AND DO A RESOLVE FOR
    THE LAST AND NEXT NUMBER IPs.
    THIS IS NOT OFTEN FOUND, BUT CAN BE VERY USEFUL TO SEE WHAT
    OTHER WEBSITES DOMAINS ARE HOSTED BY THE SAME ISP

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    TRACERT – BACK TRACE IP 192.197.82.203

    1 ?.?.?.? Timed out.
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    3 87.255.49.74 X TTL=253
    4 87.255.35.78 X TTL=253
    5 62.212.80.60 hosted.by.leaseweb.com TTL=252
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    Created by IP Sniffer 5/25/2012 4:04:40 PM
    Copyright(C) 2012 All Rights Reserved
    IP SNIFFER Software Inc.

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  8. workforfun

    Glad to see that you really do have Ottawa’s attention Laila. I just hope that “Vic the Dik” behaves when he visits (or his little helpers ) – ya never know with these ” child pornographers” hanging around eh !

    Please keep up the good work – you sure have a lot of the public’s attention too πŸ™‚

    Thanks

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  9. bcwaterboy

    If Ottawa’s watching this closely, I have to wonder about Victoria? Any traffic from the provincial legislature? I can only guess we’ll all be getting robocalls come the 2015 election πŸ™‚

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    1. Laila

      waterboy, we all get a lot of provincial traffic and have for years. In fact, there are more than a few government subscriptions going on here..lol.. I will say though that the provincial government has read this, but has not been nearly as interested or concerned about this as the feds.And while I do have a lot of American readers as well, this post has seen plenty of interest from goverment agencies in Arlington Virginia and Washington DC. The province doesnt seem to give a crap about it, which is also evidenced in Christy’s recent trade mission that included Japan. I can guarantee you the situation at Fukushima was never mentioned, not once. Business as usual for our mz photo-op.

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  10. Not surprised to see the snoops doing what they’re good at, snooping, not anything else.. God forbid they ever act on the volumes of information that Blogger’s like yourself Laila, have compiled through great personal expense and commitment (the govt sure could use you as a lesson of how to do work).
    But alas, the twits in power have blinders on to anything outside their scope, we’re all just tree-hugging environmentalists who don’t know shyte (in their minds, and from their reports.. we’re just conspiracy theorists) about living life and what it is we need for ourselves and our country.
    They’ve taken on the role of annoying, conceited, stuck-up, temper-tantrum throwing pouters whose job it is to baby-sit us and make sure we don’t get smarter than them (sorry, they lost).

    Now they have to try and find out what they should already know, and what we know absolutely. that this government (both prov an fed) must be turfed, along with ALL staffers, hell, just about everyone in govt right now needs to go as they’ve been face-planted in the taxpayer feed trough for so long they’d forget how to actually live if they had to go out and work a real job that didn’t have drivers, assistants, assistants to the assistants, and their assistants.
    Bet they don’t even know how to make a bag lunch.

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    1. Laila

      Well as I mentioned below…lol.. there are quite a few government offices that subscribe and have for some time, including the department of defence..lol… I wont out anyone in particular though, nice to have readers with certain influence at times ; )

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  11. Sometimes I’m tempted to sign up for some kind of online advertising where I get so much for page views, maybe I could eat steak daily just from visits from PABsters, feds, the RCMP and government retained public relations firms…………………………………..I’d have to stay away from those that only pay on click throughs to the advertisers’ own sites!

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