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ZOSI 8-Channel 1080N HD Video Security System CCTV DVR 1TB Hard Drive + 8 Indoor/Outdoor 1.0MP 1280TVL Weatherproof Surveillance Security Camera System

Product Description

ZOSI 8CH 720p DVR w/ 8PCS Weatherproof Cameras overview

1. Day and Night Surveillance System
Fixed 3.6mm lens and wide 75° viewing angle, along with 24 high-intensity IR-LEDs,allow each camera to see up to 65ft (20m) in total darkeness for protection well in to night.

2. Remote viewing on your PC and mobile devices
Access and control your system from anywhere in the world with just a smartphone or tablet.

3. Email Notification & Mobile Push Alerts when Motion Detection
When a camera detects motion per your customized settings, it can activate multiple security responses including turning on the DVR’s buzzer, sending an alert email, and triggering recording.

4. Customizable Recording Modes
Easily customize how and when the DVR records to suit individual surveillance needs. Manually set recording times, set recording to start after certain event and more.

720p DVR Specification
Video compression: H.264
Encode capacity: 8*720P@15FPS
Video input/ output: 8CH BNC/ 1CH VGA, 1CH HDMI
Audio input/ output: 4CH RCA/ 1CH RCA
Recording & Playback & Backup resolution: 720P
USB: 3* USB 2.0
HDD: 1*SATA port (support up to 4TB)

720p Camera Specification
Image Sensor:1/4″” Aptina CMOS with ICR,720P
Effective Pixel:1280×720
Lens: Megapixel 3.6mm
Number of IR LEDs:24 pcs, 5mm LEDs
Night Vision:65ft(20m)

Package Contents
1 x H.264 8CH 720P HDMI DVR
8 x 1280TVL Bullet Cameras
8 x 60FT CCTV cable for camera
3 x 12V/2A power supply
2 x 1 to 4 power splitter cable
1 x 1TB Hard Drive
No include IR REMOTE CONTROL

Price: $206.99

  • 【Complete Smart Home/Business Surveillance Kit】– H.264 8CH 1080N HD-TVI DVR and (8) 1.0MP 720P(1280TVL) Night Vision Weatherproof Bullet Cameras with 1TB HDD. Just Connect them to your Monitor/TV, then you can monitor your home or business. This Wired System is more Stable than Wireless system.
  • 【Built in 1TB security grade Hard Drive】– Support Ultra-Long Continuous Recording and Backup By USB. DVR can be set to automatically overwrite the oldest internally stored footage or you can transfer those video files by USB to a memory stick or external hard drive.
  • 【Customizable motion detection zone and Alerts 】– Be notified when there are unexpected movements. Smart notifications with image will be pushed to your smartphone via iPhone/Android App. You also can setup the Detection zone from your DVR to minimize false alarms.
  • 【View from anywhere anytime】– The free app ZOSI VIEW lets you see all of your cameras in one place. Check in on your home or business wherever you have an internet connection. Free App for Live View & Playback on Smart Devices with WiFi or 2G/3G/4G Anywhere Anytime. Smart Phone Support: iPhone, Android ,Ipad.
  • 【2 Years Warranty】–2 years quality Warranty, 60 days money back guarantee. Life time Tech Support ! If your product stops working in the first year we will replace it.

American Noam
"Of course, everybody says they’re for peace. Hitler was for peace. Everybody is for peace. The question is: "What kind of peace?""

"There’s a good reason why nobody studies history. It just teaches you too much."

"As early as World War I, American historians offered themselves to President Woodrow Wilson to carry out a task they called "historical engineering," by which they meant designing the facts of history so that they would serve state policy. In this instance, the U.S. government wanted to silence opposition to the war. This represents a version of Orwell’s 1984, even before Orwell was writing."

"[The "liberal media"] love to be denounced from the right, and the right loves to denounce them, because that makes them look like courageous defenders of freedom and independence while, in fact, they are imposing all of the presuppositions of the propaganda system."

"The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum – even encourage the more critical and dissident views. That gives people the sense that there’s free thinking going on, while all the time the presuppositions of the system are being reinforced by the limits put on the range of the debate."

"It is only in folk tales, children’s stories, and the journals of intellectual opinion that power is used wisely and well to destroy evil. The real world teaches very different lessons, and it takes willful and dedicated ignorance to fail to perceive them."

"Tough love" is just the right phrase: love for the rich and privileged, tough for everyone else.

"Unfortunately, you can’t vote the rascals out, because you never voted them in, in the first place."

"During the 1960s, large groups of people who are normally passive and apathetic began to try to enter the political arena to press their demands.… The naive might call that democracy, but that’s because they don’t understand. The sophisticated understand that that’s the crisis of democracy."

"Because they don’t teach the truth about the world, schools have to rely on beating students over the head with propaganda about democracy. If schools were, in reality, democratic, there would be no need to bombard students with platitudes about democracy. They would simply act and behave democratically, and we know this does not happen. The more there is a need to talk about the ideals of democracy, the less democratic the system usually is."

"A lot of the people who call themselves Left I would regard as proto-fascists."

"There are no conservatives in the United States. The United States does not have a conservative tradition. The people who call themselves conservatives, like the Heritage Foundation or Gingrich, are believers in — are radical statists. They believe in a powerful state, but a welfare state for the rich."

"The "corporatization of America" during the past century has been an attack on democracy—and on markets, part of the shift from something resembling "capitalism" to the highly administered markets of the modern state/corporate era. A current variant is called "minimizing the state," that is, transferring decision-making power from the public arena to somewhere else: "to the people" in the rhetoric of power; to private tyrannies, in the real world."

"Naturally, any conqueror is going to play one group against another. For example, I think about 90% of the forces that the British used to control India were Indians. […] It was true when the American forces conquered the Philippines, killing a couple hundred thousand people. They were being helped by Philippine tribes, exploiting conflicts among local groups. There were plenty who were going to side with the conquerors. But forget the Third World, just take a look at the Nazi conquest of nice, civilized Western Europe, places like Belgium and Holland and France. Who was rounding up the Jews? Local people, often. In France they were rounding them up faster than the Nazis could handle them. The Nazis also used Jews to control Jews. If the United States was conquered by the Russians, Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Elliott Abrams and the rest of them would probably be working for the invaders, sending people off to concentration camps. They’re the right personality types."

"In the United States, the political system is a very marginal affair. There are two parties, so-called, but they’re really factions of the same party, the Business Party. Both represent some range of business interests. In fact, they can change their positions 180 degrees, and nobody even notices. In the 1984 election, for example, there was actually an issue, which often there isn’t. The issue was Keynesian growth versus fiscal conservatism. The Republicans were the party of Keynesian growth: big spending, deficits, and so on. The Democrats were the party of fiscal conservatism: watch the money supply, worry about the deficits, et cetera. Now, I didn’t see a single comment pointing out that the two parties had completely reversed their traditional positions. Traditionally, the Democrats are the party of Keynesian growth, and the Republicans the party of fiscal conservatism. So doesn’t it strike you that something must have happened? Well, actually, it makes sense. Both parties are essentially the same party. The only question is how coalitions of investors have shifted around on tactical issues now and then. As they do, the parties shift to opposite positions, within a narrow spectrum."

"It is not that I am not a fan of American exceptionalism. That is like saying I am not a fan of the moon being made out of green cheese—it does not exist. Powerful states have quite typically considered themselves to be exceptionally magnificent, and the United States is no exception to that. The basis for it ["it" meaning American exceptionalism] is not very substantial to put it politely. The problems with American foreign policy are rooted in its central nature, which we know about or can know about if we want to."

"I should say that when people talk about capitalism it’s a bit of a joke. There’s no such thing. No country, no business class, has ever been willing to subject itself to the free market, free market discipline. Free markets are for others. Like, the Third World is the Third World because they had free markets rammed down their throat. Meanwhile, the enlightened states, England, the United States, others, resorted to massive state intervention to protect private power, and still do. That’s right up to the present. I mean, the Reagan administration for example was the most protectionist in post-war American history. Virtually the entire dynamic economy in the United States is based crucially on state initiative and intervention: computers, the internet, telecommunication, automation, pharmaceutical, you just name it. Run through it, and you find massive ripoffs of the public, meaning, a system in which under one guise or another the public pays the costs and takes the risks, and profit is privatized. That’s very remote from a free market. Free market is like what India had to suffer for a couple hundred years, and most of the rest of the Third World."

"The most extreme types, like Murray Rothbard, are at least honest. They’d like to eliminate highway taxes because they force you to pay for a road you may never drive on. As an alternative, they suggest that if you and I want to get somewhere, we should build a road there and charge people tolls on it. Just try generalizing that. Such a society couldn’t survive, and even if it could, it would be so full of terror and hate that any human being would prefer to live in hell." (Regarding libertarianism)

"Social and political issues in general seem to me fairly simple; the effort to obfuscate them in esoteric and generally vacuous theory is one of the contributions of the intelligentsia to enhancing their own power and the power of those they serve."

"Nothing can justify crimes such as those of September 11, but we can think of the United States as an "innocent victim" only if we adopt the convenient path of ignoring the record of its actions and those of its allies, which are, after all, hardly a secret."

"Now of course, the idealistic slogans are still needed for the media, for a lot of scholarship, for the schools, and so on. But, where the serious people are, the problem is that we have to maintain this disparity, and obviously it’s gotta be maintained by force. So none of the idealistic slogans at home. So when you’re setting up death squads in El Salvador under the Alliance for Progress, you’re not hampered by these idealistic slogans. That’s for the masses, for us. Well, given this kind of thinking, it’s not too surprising that President Kennedy should say, with regard to El Salvador after supporting a military coup there, that "Governments of the civil-military type of El Salvador are the most effective in containing communist penetration in Latin America." This at the time when he organized the basic framework for the death squads that have been torturing and murdering ever since, and which we attribute to some kind of extreme right-wingers who somehow we can’t get under control."

"I never criticized United States planners for mistakes in Vietnam. True, they made some mistakes, but my criticism was always aimed at what they aimed to do and largely achieved. The Russians doubtless made mistakes in Afghanistan, but my condemnation of their aggression and atrocities never mentioned those mistakes, which are irrelevant to the matter — though not for the commissars. Within our ideological system, it is impossible to perceive that anyone might criticize anything but "mistakes" (I suspect that totalitarian Russia was more open in that regard)."

"Reform is a word you always ought to watch out for. Like, when Mao started the Cultural Revolution it wasn’t called a reform. Reform is a change that you’re supposed to like. So as soon as you hear the word reform you can reach for your wallet and see who’s lifting it. […] Subsidy is another interesting word, kind of like reform. It’s a subsidy if public funds are used for public purposes. That’s called a subsidy. It’s not called a subsidy when it goes to private wealth. That’s reform or something."

"A good way of finding out who won a war, who lost a war, and what the war was about, is to ask who’s cheering and who’s depressed after it’s over – this can give you interesting answers. So, for example, if you ask that question about the Second World War, you find out that the winners were the Nazis, the German industrialists who had supported Hitler, the Italian Fascists and the war criminals that were sent off to South America – they were all cheering at the end of the war. The losers of the war were the anti-fascist resistance, who were crushed all over the world. Either they were massacred like in Greece or South Korea, or just crushed like in Italy and France. That’s the winners and losers. That tells you partly what the war was about. Now let’s take the Cold War: Who’s cheering and who’s depressed? Let’s take the East first. The people who are cheering are the former Communist Party bureaucracy who are now the capitalist entrepreneurs, rich beyond their wildest dreams, linked to Western capital, as in the traditional Third World model, and the new Mafia. They won the Cold War. The people of East Europe obviously lost the Cold War; they did succeed in overthrowing Soviet tyranny, which is a gain, but beyond that they’ve lost – they’re in miserable shape and declining further. If you move to the West, who won and who lost? Well, the investors in General Motors certainly won. They now have this new Third World open again to exploitation – and they can use it against their own working classes. On the other hand, the workers in GM certainly didn’t win, they lost. They lost the Cold War, because now there’s another way to exploit them and oppress them and they’re suffering from it."

"We cannot say much about human affairs with any confidence, but sometimes it is possible. We can, for example, be fairly confident that either there will be a world without war, or there won’t be a world — at least, a world inhabited by creatures other than bacteria and beetles, with some scattering of others."

"The September 11 attacks were major atrocities. In terms of number of victims they do not reach the level of many others, for example, Clinton’s bombing of the Sudan with no credible pretext, destroying half its pharmaceutical supplies and probably killing tens of thousands of people (no one knows, because the US blocked an inquiry at the UN and no one cares to pursue it). Not to speak of much worse cases, which easily come to mind. But that this was a horrendous crime is not in doubt. The primary victims, as usual, were working people: janitors, secretaries, firemen, etc. It is likely to prove to be a crushing blow to Palestinians and other poor and oppressed people. It is also likely to lead to harsh security controls, with many possible ramifications for undermining civil liberties and internal freedom."

"In the American Jewish community, there is little willingness to face the fact that the Palestinian Arabs have suffered a monstrous historical injustice, whatever one may think of the competing claims. Until this is recognized, discussion of the Middle East crisis cannot even begin."

Quote Source -> secure.wikimedia.org/wikiquote/en/wiki/Noam_Chomsky

Noam Chomsky: US Terrorism -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIknLSsyhCo

Noam Chomsky: Government in the future. (Democracy and Capitalism.) -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kPlEJlmWuc

Noam Chomsky on Reagan’s Distorted Legacy, Wisconsin Protests & Obama’s Activist Crackdown. 1 of 2 -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFRadCGY_ao

America Is Not A Democracy – Noam Chomsky -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeTbDdl7XiE

Noam Chomsky – War Crimes and Imperial Fantasies HD (1of6) -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4SQ4ftcVSE

Noam Chomsky – An American Addiction -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqbQ-FLvtc8

Noam Chomsky – Propaganda And Control Of The Public Mind (Full Lecture) -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzd4WiuKr7M

Noam Chomsky: The Conscience of America -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh1WLoOzS_s

Noam Chomsky – Free Market Fantasies: Capitalism In The Real World (Full Lecture) -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohwYrK5sYKw

Noam Chomsky – How And Why Corporations And Governments Manipulate Us -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9FAaXPVpfw

Noam Chomsky Lectures on Modern-Day American Imperialism: Middle East and Beyond -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PdJ9TAdTdA

Noam Chomsky: Illegal but Legitimate: a Dubious Doctrine for the Times -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEvIDiVheys

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By Saint Iscariot on 2011-09-28 17:53:36
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