Tuesday, July 24, 2012

NSA Whistle Blowers Warn that the US Government Can Use Surveillance to ‘See Into Your Life’

This is a shocking video confirming, by former NSA employees, what many of us probably suspected about the National Security Agency.

NSA whistle blowers Thomas Drake, former senior official; Kirk Wiebe, former senior analyst; and William Binney, former technical director, return to “Viewpoint” to talk about their allegations that the NSA has conducted illegal domestic surveillance. All three men are providing evidence in a lawsuit by the Electronic Frontier Foundation against the NSA.

Drake says the spying affects “the entire country,” citing a “key decision made shortly after 9/11 which began to rapidly turn the United States of America into the equivalent of a foreign nation for dragnet blanket electronic surveillance.”

“It’s hard to believe that your government’s gonna actually do it,” Wiebe says. “That was the shocker.”

Binney mentions a new NSA facility under construction in Bluffdale, Utah: “That facility alone can probably hold somewhere close to a hundred years worth of the communications of the world.” Binney continues, “Once you accumulate that kind of data – they’re accumulating against everybody – [it's] resident in programs that can pull it together in timelines and things like that and let them see into your life.”

It is also noteworthy that this interview was conducted by the very aggressive former-New York state Governor Eliot Spitzer, who was brought down in a call girl scandal, where unknown government surveillance techniques were used against him. Welcome to the fight Eliot.

7 comments:

  1. No its not, its busy raping you and stealing your children's future

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  3. "...rapidly turn the United States of America into the equivalent of a foreign nation..."

    So, is it safe to say that the United States government has declared war on the United States?

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    1. Maybe not safe to say it, but it seems more and more accurate!

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  4. Not surprised! Today there are thousands of innocent law-abiding citizens in U.S. being illegally targeted with 24/24 Surveillance Cointelpro Organized Stalking that includes: being discredited in their own residential communities, being professionally blacklisted via NSL's sent to their places of employments that initiates the targets termination; being lazered with DEWs in their own home by hired FBI Hate-Group Perps (fyi this illegal electronic harassment also dispurses radiation directly into the home of targets), etc etc ..... NOBODY KNOWS HOW OR WHY OUR OWN GOVT CHOOSES THESE TARGETED CITIZENS FOR ESSENTIALLY "SLOW KILL" BUT WHAT TARGETS QUICKLY FIND OUT IS THAT NOBODY IN CONGRESS, DOJ, MEDIA OR WHITEHOUSE WILL HELP THEM. ACLU KNOWS ALL ABOUT IT AND SO DOES CONGRESS. THIS PARTICULAR STATE SECRET IS SLOWLY & ILLEGALLY KILLING INNOCENT LAW-ABIDING CITIZENS DAILY VIA THE ILLEGALLY REINSTATED COINTELPRO PROGRAM WHICH WAS CONGRESSIONALLY SUPPOSE TO BE OUTLAWED BACK IN THE 70'S......BUT THEN CAME THE BUSH/OBAMA PATRIOT ACT WHICH QUIETLY & SECRETLY REINSTATED THIS EVIL CRIME AGAINST CITIZENS. JUST A DAMN SHAME!

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