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“I want to thank George Orwell for having the depth and foresight to plan my career” SIA CEO Richard Chace Lives it up

“I want to thank George Orwell for having the depth and foresight to plan my career” SIA CEO Richard Chace Lives it up

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“I want to thank George Orwell for having the depth and foresight to plan my career” --CEO of the Security Industry Association, Richard Chace
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Yes! The Global Repression Business Is Booming!
Anyone who has been following the growing surveillance state in the US will instantly recognize that the same systems described for China are being implemented here in the US also
“I want to thank George Orwell for having the depth and foresight to plan my career” --CEO of the Security Industry Association, Richard Chace
http://www.scribd.com/doc/20336945/A-Roadmap-for-Our-Digital-Future

Yes! The Global Repression Business Is Booming!
Anyone who has been following the growing surveillance state in the US will instantly recognize that the same systems described for China are being implemented here in the US also

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The Security Industry Association-Our Loss is Their Gain
By Kaye Beach
July 23, 2010
www.AxXiomforLiberty.com
Yes! The Global Repression Business Is Booming!
SIA CEO Richard Chace Schmoozing

Recently in Oklahoma the powerful lobbying organization, SIA, swooped in and demolished a bill that would have kept RFID out of our identity documents. This was a simple and well crafted bill that enjoyed bipartisan support and passed with a large majority through both houses. All it

lacked to become law was the Governor’s signature. The CEO of the Security Industry
Association used his considerable influence to make sure that the bill did not receive the
Governor’s approval.
Here is a portion of the letter Chace sent to Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry
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Meanwhile China uses the latest technology, courtesy of the US, to keep control of the
population.
China Enacting a High-Tech Plan to Track People
August 12, 2007
"Data on the chip will include not just the citizen’s name and address but also work
history, educational background, religion, ethnicity, police record, medical insurance
status and landlord’s phone number. Even personal reproductive history will be
included, for enforcement of China’s controversial “one child” policy. Plans are being
studied to add credit histories, subway travel payments and small purchases charged to
the car The New York Times
“. . .that is a way for the government to control the population in the future
--Michael Lin, the vice president for investor relations at China Public Security Technology
The Chinese are at least honest about what purpose this technology serves.Control.
SIA CEO Richard Chace writes;

Dear Colleague,
China has been on an economic growth spurt for the past two decades. In the past decade, bilateral trade between
China and the United States has grown by a factor of five. In the past five years, since joining the World Trade
Organization China has become a world economic power. At the end of 2006, a delegation of U.S. cabinet
members, headed by Secretary of the Treasury Henry M. Paulson, participated in the first meeting of Strategic

Economic Dialogue with China to focus on China’s further integration into the global economy
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The SIA’s China Security Market Report

Chace has a decidedly MLM flair in his salesmanship. But I should not demean multi level
marketers. How many of them are hawking the means to control a population to communist
countries?

The China Security Market Report provides a blueprint for business success!

Developed by The Security Industry Association (SIA) to
guide companies looking to enter this high growth
market and offering valuable information for companies

already in China, SIA’s China Security Market Report
contains the most comprehensive information collected
on China’s security market and the forces influencing its
growth.
Both at home and abroad, unremarkably, the SIA’s bottom line is money.

During the past year, SIA has spent a great deal of time exploring prospects for security investment in China. SIA has developed a relationship with the Chinese Security and Protection Industry Association (CSPIA) for the exchange of information and facilitation of business.

Richard W. Chace
CEO and Executive Director
Security Industry Association

The SIA is very involved in helping their members connect with and sell to the Chinese
government. That these “security” products are being used by the repressive regime tobetter
control the people of China doesn’t seem to present any ethical problems at all to Mr. Chace or
the SIA.
It is illegal (not to mention immoral) to sell a host of items that can be used for repression to
the Chinese government.

Old style censorship is being replaced with
a massive, ubiquitous architecture of
surveillance: the Golden Shield.
Ultimately, the aim is to integrate a
gigantic online database with an all-
encompassing surveillance network
incorporating speech and face
recognition, closed-circuit television,
smart cards, credit records, and Internet
surveillance technologies

Greg Walton reports in 2001 China's Golden

Shield: Corporations and the Development of
Surveillance Technology in the People's Republic
of China

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