Mike Adams: You can tell a lot about a person by assessing what they purchase. It’s called ”consumer profiling,” and corporations do it all the time.
That’s how those grocery store loyalty discount programs work, by the way — they profile your psychology by analyzing what you’re buying. From that information, they can target you for coupons, mailers and other marketing campaigns that ”magically” speak to your particular interests. It’s not magic, of course; it’s just behavioral profiling.
Mike Adams profiled the purchasing behavior of the U.S. Government. He found out they bought some 450 million rounds of hollow point bullets (to be used against the American people?), bullet-proof roadside checkpoint booths, and anti-radiation pills.