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NSA surveillance revelations

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In JJH's favorite The Guardian NSA surveillance revelations: Osama bin Laden would love this
Washington has handed Osama bin Laden his last and greatest triumph. The Prism files revealed in the Guardian indicate how far his bid to undermine western values has succeeded in the 12 years since 9/11. He has achieved state intrusion into the private lives and communications of every American citizen. He has shown the self-proclaimed home of individual freedom as so paranoid in the face of his "terror" as to infiltrate the entire internet, sucking up mobile phone calls, emails, texts and, we may assume, GPS movements.

The vast databases of Microsoft, Google, YouTube and Facebook are open to government. They may cry "your privacy is our priority", but they lie. Obedience to regulatory authority is their priority. And what does authority say? It says what authority always says: "We collect significant information on bad guys, but only bad guys." As police states have said down the ages, the innocent have nothing to fear. For innocent, eventually read obedient.
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Barry rushing manfully towards the sort of comprehensive surveillance society the UK aspires to. Only a man with an understanding of the practice of US Constitutional Law could treat its spirit as lightly as that dodgy railroad lawyer "honest" Abe Lincoln did and Abe was in a far tighter spot. Ron Paul, here has a point.
 
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In JJH's favorite The Guardian NSA surveillance revelations: Osama bin Laden would love this
Barry rushing manfully towards the sort of comprehensive surveillance society the UK aspires to. Only a man with an understanding of the practice of US Constitutional Law could treat its spirit as lightly as that dodgy railroad lawyer "honest" Abe Lincoln did and Abe was in a far tighter spot. Ron Paul, here has a point.
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