NSA Surveillance Programs Wreak Havoc on Liberty

by Ryan on June 7, 2013

in Crime,Health Care,Media,Media Bias,Politics,Tyranny,War on Terror

The National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting data from (at the every least) Verizon to data-mine billions of phone calls in order to prevent future terror attacks — and they’ve been doing it for seven years (BTW if that’s the case, then they really dropped the ball in Boston, didn’t they)!

It’s not just Verizon, though.  Google, Yahoo, Skype, Facebook, Apple and other like websites have had their servers tapped into by the NSA’s “Prism” program for the same purpose over the last few years.

On Fox News and CNN, critics of these programs have ripped them for tearing the Fourth Amendment to shreds, as well as speculating about the end of our concept of privacy even outside the USA.  So, as long as one bad guy might be found (I refer you once again to the NSA’s failure to notice the Boston bombers), the rest of us have to give up any pretense of privacy, liberty, or transparent due process from our government?

And of course, our government is a benign and benevolent agency which would never think of letting any data loose for political purposes!  Can’t wait until they control my health care.  In my life I’ve never seen my liberty shown more disrespect than what’s been revealed about my government’s actions in the last 30 days.  It’s simply unprecedented and the same administration which is enforcing this statism tells us to acquiesce because our betters believe it’s in our own best interest to act like subjects rather than citizens.

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rightonoz June 12, 2013 at 11:35 pm

Scary stuff.

Not just the US, it’s becoming the norm everywhere.


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