June 20, 2020
It is documented that 800,000 children go missing every year in the U.S. Hellooo. This is too god-amn many.
I did a zoom search using Google Map a few years ago of my house. I was surprised to see me in the driveway washing the car. It was an overhead view and only a snapshot but the detail was incredible. We all know that the FBI, CIA, NSA and other organizations that no one knows exists, all have way better surveillance systems than Google. GPS can direct a layperson to the front door of his destination. Sh-t, Regional Transit Authority can call a stop 2 blocks before you get to it. And there is even satellite pet zapping that can keep your dog corralled in a fenceless yard.
That being said, why the hell can't the authorities find these missing kids? There should not be one child not found on this planet. The recording devices can run backwards and forwards, slowmo, fast forward and stop on a dime and perform 360 degree pivot. All that combined with earth based cameras on every corner and hanging off every building, and traffic intersection, there is a way to construct a 3-D image of everything that goes on down here. They can track these kids from weeks and even months before they disappeared to note any funny business that caused the child to go missing. (I found a website with a fast forward movement of the solar system over the period of a year in just seconds.) In the case of a kidnapping, the perpetrator can be identified all the way back to the candy lure he got from the store or the weapon from the gun shop.
Every crime can be solved with this system if not just provide the modis operandi enough to get an indictment. And don't say this is an infringement on constitutional rights. People! We are being forced to social distance, as in staying away from our own family members, shut down schools and businesses, churches and to take an under tested vaccine siteing for the good of the country, suspending many of our constitutional Inalienable rights. Inalienable, meaning not able to be suspended for ANY reason. Homeland Security? What about security in homeland to be protected from solvable crimes, adults as well as children. Don't we owe our kids our best effort to retrieve them asap when they are cold, hungry, tired and afraid and God only knows what else? In addition to police brutally and other concerns this topic should be at the top of the heap of protests. Every parent, aunt, uncle and grandma in America should be camped out on the white house lawn until they pass some legislation that makes this compassionate exemption to privacy a done deal. I'll keep saying it, we need a new country, this one is definitely broken.
April 9, 2009