In light of the recent random animal death phenomena, I was once again reminded of the scientific research center called HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program). According to their website, the goal of this program is to further advance knowledge of the physical and electrical properties of the Earth’s ionosphere which can affect military and civilian communication and navigation systems.
BAE Systems has multiagency experience in information technology capital planning, enterprise architecture, and the development and execution of e-Government strategies and initiatives.
BAE Systems’ team includes people with executive-level federal government experience, enterprise architects, solutions architects, and business and systems analysts. BAE Systems experts are ready to support customers’ e-Government initiatives, including business case analysis, CIO-level orientation, or advice on component architectures, open standards, best practice enterprise solutions, or anything in between.
BAE Systems’ goal is to position every customer to realize the vision of the President’s Management Agenda and to get (or keep) their e-Government scoregreen.
I wanted to take a look at the word e-Government.
Definitions of E-Government on the Web:
- e-Government (short for electronic government, also known as e-gov, digital government, online government or transformational government) is creating a comfortable, transparent, and cheap interaction between government and citizens (G2C – government to citizens), government and business …
- Digital administration. A description of digital and modern procedures applied in public administration, focusing on the needs of citizens and businesses.
- The process by which the City delivers information and services electronically. It allows citizens and businesses easy access to government information and streamlined business processes.
- Delivery of government services and information through electronic means such as the internet, digital television and other digital technologies. Early Excellence Centre
- Government initiatives helping local authorities provide planning services online and accessible via the internet and email, for example, the Planning Portal website (a UK Government website).
Now we have seen the basic definition of the formula to creating a police state, let’s see what other business ventures BAE has been dabbling in.
Jan. 23, 2010
LONDON, Jan. 23 (UPI) — Camera-equipped drones, developed by the British military for use in war, will be used in England to keep an eye on civilians from the sky, officials say.
Police in Kent and Essex counties plan to start using them in 2012 for routine monitoring of motorists, protesters, agricultural thieves and illegal dumping, The Daily Telegraph reported Saturday.
Collaboration between the police departments and BAE Systems, maker of the drones, began in 2007, the Telegraph said.
25 Mar 2010 | Ref. 065/2010
Barrow-in-Furness, United Kingdom: BAE Systems today welcomed news it had been given the go-ahead to begin constructing the fifth Astute class submarine and start the procurement process for a sixth vessel…The first of class Astute attack submarine is currently undertaking sea trials, the second (Ambush) is due to be launched later this year, and the third and fourth (Artful and Audacious) are both advanced in their construction.
14 Apr 2009 | Ref. 060
WHANGAREI, New Zealand – The first of four new Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPVs) will soon be delivered to the Royal New Zealand Navy after an agreement was reached between BAE Systems and the NZ Government.
The first IPV, Rotoiti, will be handed over on 16 April, with the other three vessels to enter service progressively by the end of May 2009.
The four IPVs were built in Whangarei by prime contractor BAE Systems Australia as part of Project Protector.
Merv Davis, Maritime Director for BAE Systems Australia, said today the company had been engaged in constructive discussions with the Ministry of Defence since late 2008 to resolve issues that had caused delay to the delivery of the IPVs.
BAE Systems receives $15 million from U.S. government
Posted by akiefaber October 12th, 2010, 3:58 pm
BAE Systems has received a $15 million U.S. government contract to produce commercial armored vehicles at its armoring plant in West Chester. Production will begin in the spring of 2011 and is expected to completed by December of 2011.
This order is a testament to the confidence our customers have in BAE Systems’ ability to produce commercial armored vehicles that are both inconspicuous and armor protected, providing the vehicles’ occupants with the extra security and peace of mind they require,” said Brian Dawes, program manager for BAE Systems’ Commercial Armored Vehicles.
The commercial sedans, vans, trucks and SUVs BAE Systems armors are designed to appear like original equipment manufacturer vehicles, but in actuality, they are completely disassembled first, before being rebuilt and reinforced with armor components.
Ok, with a little background on the creators of HAARP, it’s starting to seem more and more like this is a military reseach facility, however, according to this excerpt from their website, they seem to be in denial.
Can HAARP be used for military purposes?
HAARP is not designed to be an operational system for military purposes. The HAARP specifications were developed by a consortium of universities to meet the requirements for a world-class research facility and an expanded group of universities are playing a major role in the design of future research efforts…Administratively, HAARP is restricted to operate only on a “not-to-interfere-basis” (NIB) by the NTIA and is categorized as an experimental station (XR) in the NTIA spectrum certification document.
I know I’m no expert on the subject, but as I stated in the beginning of this post I was recently reminded of HAARP in recent light of the natural, yet extremely strange, occurrences happening all over the world.
Look at these couple of clips of interesting phenomenon occurring before some ‘natural’ disasters.
And if that wasn’t enough enough to get your attention, take a pee break, grab a snack, and watch this video.
But, hey, THAT’S JUST MY OPINION.