Our Rulers Are Compiling Digital Evidence Against Us - Right Now!
It’s a fantastic activism tool: impromptu groups such as We Are Change confront a former president or a corporate media anchor and within a few hours a video appears on the internet for millions of people to see.
Be forewarned, though, because soon enough all of this will be used against you for crimes against the state, thanks to National Intelligence director Mike McConnell.
“If you’re worried about online privacy, try this on for size,” writes p2pnet.net. “US intelligence agencies may soon have access to any and all emails, file transfers or web searches.”
“The proposals from National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell, which have entered into a draft of US Cyber-Security Policy, would legitimize data trawling on a scale that would make the current controversy about warrantless wiretapping seem like much ado about nothing,” the Register explains. “Intelligence agencies have long angled for this kind of surveillance ability. The infrastructure and computing power needed to tap into Americans’ email and web search history may already exist. However a change of president, to say nothing of a Democratic Congress, may represent a block on such ambitions.”
Oh, road apples. It will roll through Congress like a run-away freight train and land on whatever selected president’s desk for signature and enactment, that is unless the next president is Ron Paul.
Of course, this formality will simply codify what is already going on, as the government has snooped our communications for decades now. Lawrence Wright, writing for the New Yorker, suggests “that this kind of monitoring is already going on. He spoke to an AT& T employee, Mark Klein, who claimed that he installed data switching systems in the company’s exchange that copied all internet traffic to the National Security Agency.” Klein “claimed that he installed data switching systems” for this very purpose.
If you think this effort is to track down a dead and buried al-Qaeda leader and his motley crew of cave-dwelling Muslims, I have a bridge to sell you in the Sonoran Desert.
It’s was designed and deployed to keep tabs on you, so if you don’t want to be inserted in the government’s terrorist database, you best stay away from the We Are Change website, Infowars, and the site where you are now reading this, to name but three. Chances are you’re in calmer, safer, and less shark infested waters surfing porno websites.
In the old days, in East Germany, the Stasi used civilian informants to snoop and infiltrate all aspects of life. It is said one in every seven East Germans worked for the secret police. It was highly effective in snuffing out dissent.
But all of that pales in comparison with the high-tech snoop system now in place here in the United States. If you use a telephone, send email, or cruise the web you have a virtual electronic Stasi informer looking over your shoulder at all times. Not even Orwell imagined such an effective and fearsome system for monitoring citizens.
For now, you will be allowed to read those articles on Prison Planet. But keep in mind that a massive database housed on a networked series of super-duper liquid nitrogen cooled Cray computers somewhere in the basement of the NSA, CIA, or the Pentagon — or all three and then some — are actively cataloging every URL you visit, every email you send urging a coworker or relative to investigate the 9/11 inside job, every phone call you make regardless of content. Moments after I post this on Truth News, it will be tucked away for future reference, part of an electronic dossier that may be used against me at any moment.
In the not too distant future, our Volksgerichtshof, or People’s Court, will likely parallel in ominous ways the one created by Hitler and the Nazis to convict citizens of “political offenses” and high treason against the fascist state. Such a kangaroo court is but one “terrorist event” away from convening. Our domestic Gitmos in the guise of FEMA camps await.
In the meantime, our rulers are quietly assembling the evidence against you.
If you want to be safe, you may want to click off this page now and surf over to PornoTube.
by Kirt Nimmo - January 15, 2008 - www.TruthNews.us