Thanks Kelly. In the spirit of Edward Snowden, NSA code breaking ace and NSA director of Technical information William Binney is the new whistle blower that the mainstream media won't reveal or interview, and hence he is the real deal (like Snowden). Binney had a higher rank than Snowden, and he blew the whistle on these towers, and how the U.S. government is breaking the law with these towers by not only gathering information (i.e. passwords, your credit card data, cell phone conversations) but tracking movements on people as well in the name of "protecting us from the terrorists." It is basically "J. Edgar Hoover on steroids."
"The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control; the NSA is now the new stasi agency."
- William Binney
Click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5oU7LWHdSM for a 22 minute eye-opening interview with Alex Jones about how the U.S. government is currently practicing an impeachable act that Congress knew about and that this illegal activity goes all the way back to Bush Jr, and yet they are still practicing this abominable act.
Thank you for the link, good intel, much appreciated, Malcolm :-)
Our (s)elected officials have been informed of this illegal activity, and our (s)elected officials replied to a concerned and outraged public with the claim that these towers are for monitoring "gunshots and crime," "screams or cell phone calls of people needing help," and "tracking ISIS terrorists" (who are incidentally allowed to post on Twitter for the reason that "this makes it easier to track them" (AND NOTE THAT THIS IS THE SAME TWITTER THAT PULLS ALEX JONES POSTINGS OFF BECAUSE OF "sensitive content.")
But then what do I know, I'm just a wingnut, so it's probably right to have these towers to protect the American public from nutjobs like me.
But they aren't protecting america from "nutjobs like you", if they were, you wouldn't be here right now, yet you are.
They've said that it's for monitoring "gunshots and crime," "screams or cell phone calls of people needing help," and "tracking ISIS terrorists"
Would it really be so awfully unlikely that it actually is what they say it is?
I mean, how many of your friends have been arrested and put to death in concentration camps so far, in this so called "fascistic" country you sometimes claim you live in and that is supposed to be very efficient in exterminating its internal enemies? ;)
ACUTE OBSERVER: eavesdropping on ANYONE without a warrant is a violation of the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Here's some tabloid information for you from Cornell University School of Law:
The Fourth Amendment originally enforced the notion that “each man’s home is his castle”, secure from unreasonable searches and seizures of property by the government. It protects against arbitrary arrests, and is the basis of the law regardingsearch warrants, stop-and-frisk, safety inspections, wiretaps, and other forms of surveillance, as well as being central to many other criminal law topics and to privacy law.
We're too scared of our government to do anything about it. Because if one of us rebels, they'll use that person as an example.
The problem is that the government wants the public to react violently, because they have bigger and better weapons than the public has (and can use this violence as an excuse to install martial law) and they have a mainstream television media that obeys their commands. But the problem still exists with bullets still hurting more than Molotov cocktails, and shutting down the internet can have huge repercussions, as Egypt found out. The United States is in a financial mess and it will go the same way as the old Soviet Union went, so the best we can do is not do anything violent and continue waking people up, as well as peacefully protest. The last act of every government run by criminals is to loot the public, and we are seeing this with the banks getting bailed out by the U.S. Treasury Department and the insurance companies getting bailed out via Obamacare.
too much -paranoia
"Only the paranoid survive."
- Andy Grove, founder of Intel Corporation (NOTE: Intel Corporation is no longer owned by Andy Grove and is now headquartered in Israel for reasons of "national security." Intel currently manufactures microchips with "backdoor" features that allow the NSA and the CIA (AND ISRAELI MOSSAD) to enter and explore anyone's computer data collections and past memories. So why not be a little paranoid?????
Jeez I hope they didn't capture my moon (mooning) shot the other night!! Doesn't surprise me as to what lengths they will go to for control!!
scary stuff but i cant say im very surprised on it tb