UN census takers?

Discussion in 'The Constitutional & RKBA Forum' started by Popgunner, May 22, 2009.

  1. Popgunner

    Popgunner Active Member

    Dec 3, 2005
    In the area where my cabin is located there are lots of colorful characters. Was talking with a man & wife that are retired & spends lots of time on conspiracy theories. The word from them was that in that rural area the census taker that showed up with a gps unit on their porch showed them ID from the UN when they demanded his credentials. Sounds unlikely to me. Has anyone here heard similar?
     
    Last edited: May 22, 2009
  2. I don't know. The globalists are usually more sneaky than that. Of course, since the puppetmasters have their handpicked puppet in the White House, they might decide to be more open about things.
     

  3. RunningOnMT

    RunningOnMT New Member

    Nov 19, 2008
    Akron, Ohio
    At least as of now,.
     
  4. mrkirker

    mrkirker New Member

    Jul 13, 2007
    Hmm, I’m afraid I would not ‘recognize’ their ‘credentials’; and would treat ‘em as I would any other door-to-door salesman!
     
  5. Old Sarge

    Old Sarge New Member

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    Dec 3, 2008
    Me thinks "someone" has been smoking too much wacky weed
     
  6. Old Sarge

    Old Sarge New Member

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    Dec 3, 2008
    I did the census addressing this year. We "heard" of a couple who were representing the Census Bureau, taking pictures of homes. Could be, as there are always those out there doing something a bit fishy, with evil thoughts on their minds.
     
  7. Bindernut

    Bindernut Well-Known Member

    Oct 24, 2007
    ND, USA
    My mom is doing the US pre-census addressing again this year too. Yep, she's got this horrible little GPS/PDA unit that crashes about as much as it works but her little ID card doesn't say anything about being from the UN.

    I wouldn't doubt there are a few scammers out there trying to sneak in posing as census takers. No cameras involved, just the GPS thingy...otherwise beware someone "casing" your place.
     
  8. RunningOnMT

    RunningOnMT New Member

    Nov 19, 2008
    Akron, Ohio
    Think about what Google Earth has already done. The mapping, GPS coordinates, and photos are already done. All the census bureau (or other agency) needs to do is match up the name to already available data.
     
  9. Trouble 45-70

    Trouble 45-70 New Member

    I don't know how well the data is updated. What is the rate at which Americans move now? Last I heard was about every 5 years average. If you came to the attention of the authorities I think the data could be quickley updated to match a specific person to a specific address. Be a shame if someone entered the wrong piece of data and got a wrong address. Oh, we already have that. Unfortunately the wrong party too often ends up dead.
     
  10. dbrodin

    dbrodin New Member

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    Apr 15, 2009
    Duluth MN
    The need to update the address list before the actual census I understand. New buildings go up, others are torn down, the post office occasionally renumbers a neighborhood, old errors need to be corrected. What I don't understand is how adding the GPS is going to increase the accuracy. :confused::confused:


    Dale
     
  11. Trouble 45-70

    Trouble 45-70 New Member

    Does this add a redundeant layer of potential errors?
     
  12. armedandsafe

    armedandsafe Guest

    I don't think there is anything "potential" about it. If I can transcribe a position improperly and put that silly mule deer in South America, think what one of those "work once in 10 years" people are going to do.

    Many of the census workers are good, hard working, concientious people. However, there are many hired because they can stay off the booze or pills long enough to take a shower.

    Pops
     
  13. Sounds like ACORN's type of people. It also sounds like a typical Obambabababa voter.
     
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