As of this post, the main stream media has virtually shut down the news info coming out about the NSA Spying on Americans revelations. As usual, there is NO evidence linking the government to shutting down the story but since non-USA channels are coming up with exclusives and revelations left and right, well, it’s not a stretch to connect the dots.
Here are today’s main exclusives posted by non-USA media;
‘NSA ‘bamboozling’ lawmakers for access to Americans’ private data’ – agency
American citizens hoping to change the way the NSA monitors their everyday activities have little hope of recourse, longtime agency veteran Bill Binney told RT. He said the way the Patriot Act is interpreted is the a big first step toward totalitarianism.
Assange on NSA leak: Snowden will be prosecuted for years (EXCLUSIVE)
The ex-CIA man who blew the lid off America’s vast NSA public surveillance net – is promising more explosive revelations. Edward Snowden’s supporters are mobilizing too – with tens of thousands signing a petition to pardon the whistle-blower. With us now, a man who knows what it’s like to blow the whistle in a big way, and incur the wrath of Washington – Julian Assange. He joins talks to RT via broadband from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
American Public Does NOT Care About Their Privacy
What is also true is that the majority of the American public supports the NSA spying on all their lives and invading their privacy; most citing fear of terrorism or as this writer prefers to say, fear of a media induced ghost living in some far away cave. Or as some have told me, they are just completely frightened of the NSA and the U.S. Government and don’t want to protest the invasion of their privacy.
For me, that got me thinking…I mean U.S President Obama gave a press conference on this issue inviting Americans to complain. He said, and I paraphrase….”You have the right to complain. However, I have looked at this issue carefully and decided that it’s in our best interest to continue the Prism program”.
Memo To U.S. President Obama
OK President Obama, I hereby abide by your invitation to complain;
1) I don’t think the NSA needs to spy on every American. Through smart technology, we can still monitor real threats to the system and put an end to the surveillance of every American (320 million people) and those billions around the world that are effected. Man up!
2) I protest in song. Here’s my gift to your legacy. It is called NSA Agent. Yeah yeah, I know…..its’ a small thing but its the best I can do okay! It’s only once voice but it’s my simple serf way of letting you know that I love America as much as anyone and I want it to be a special place just like everyone else but that I find spying on Americans intolerable and unacceptable. Period!
With the encouragement and support of U.S. President Obama, be advised that I choose to exercise my legal right to express myself and complain about the secret NSA Spy Program through song. I strongly encourage others who are not happy with this program to legally do so as well. If you are an American Citizen, please contact your Congressman and file a complaint. If you are global citizen, please contact your government and have them file a complaint with U.S. government directly. NEVER break the law! That’s what makes America great! Support Rule of Law! Go USA!
3) Finally, until our leaders go after the banksters who TERRORIZED the American public for bankrupting almost everyone I know, then I am not sure what our definition of terrorist actually means and therefore it makes it super hard for me to figure out what our intentions really are….
An American Patriot
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Posted by Johnny Punish on June 12, 2013, With 5395 Reads Filed under Civil Liberties & Freedom, Government & Politics, Legislation. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.