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Police To Begin Trolling Even People’s “Hidden” Internet History

Friday, January 1, 2016 17:37
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NSA Watching

In the first video below, RT discusses a new bill circulating parliament in the U.K. that would allow law enforcement to troll people’s internet history, even their “hidden” history apparently. So what you say? That’s the U.K., we live in America you say?

Uh, No. We live in a “Fundamentally Transformed America” FULL of so much Hope & Change our cups are overflowing America… or did you forget? In the event you forgot, or if you watch the mainstream media who don’t report on anything of VALUE, then you may not be aware that Obama’s NSA has been spying on CONGRESS! Let’s see… that means Obama used the I.R.S. as a weapon to silence conservatives for the 2012 election, my post titled, Obama Caught Smuggling In Up To 100,000 Refugees Per Year on UPS Planes confirmed Obama is using HUD as a weapon to commit further election fraud by placing his amnesty granted illegals and his 500,000+ Muslim refugees into strategically placed housing in traditionally GOP voting districts, and now we learn he’s never stopped using the NSA as a weapon on anyone and anything in his path… not even CONGRESS!

Knowing that, do you really think the NSA isn’t now, or won’t be soon, trolling your Internet history? Can you think of a bad European idea that utterly failed in Europe that liberals don’t embrace? I won’t hold my breath. The U.K. bill allegedly can see what sites you go to, but cannot see what content you are viewing, or what messages you are passing to others [COUGH, BULLSH**, COUGH]… just like the NSA was only collecting metadata. 

A few days before Christmas, an NSA whistleblower blew the lid on Obama and said the NSA IS still spying on our cell phone calls, the CIA has concluded that Hillary and Obama sold weapons to the enemy (last I checked, that’s called treason), Obama has been secretly sneaking Muslim refugees into states behind the backs of the sitting governors to the tune of 100,000 per year in converted UPS planes… and as Americans we’ve allowed all this to get by… unchecked.

We’ve gotten SO bad… we even know his next illegal act, more unlawful Executive Orders for guns… yet no one does a damn thing. Still think this article is just the U.K.’s problem? Are you even aware it’s a FELONY to delete your browser history here in the U.S.? Didn’t think so! 

Investigatory Powers Bill Are your messages private




Kristan T. Harris at Activist Post writes:

The Investigatory Powers Bill is a piece of legislation that will give police new surveillance power allowing them to pursue anonymous and known Internet bullies, according to the UK Times.

Cyberbullying is using information and communication technologies to deliberately and repeatedly behave in a manner intended to harass, threaten, humiliate or harm others.

So based on one’s opinion of what you say, you may just be identified as an Internet bully.

The measure will force Internet Service Providers to retain all “web browsing information” which will help police to “hunt down and identify the most serious cyberbullies and trolls,” Theresa May of Britain’s home security said.

The Investigatory Powers Bill will give Internet Service Providers a pseudo-police role allowing them to “override encryption if needed.”

The new regulation will persuade all cell phone and web companies to retain records of every citizen for at least a year, providing a data pool which police and security services can access.

However, many citizens are concerned over such a library of personal data, which has historically been ripe for abuse by authorities and hackers.

This kind of information if leaked could be used to harass an individual, former lover, wife or even blackmail a political enemy.

In the United States, NSA whistleblowers have claimed that using surveillance state data for blackmail is big business in American politics.

We have seen the impact of hackers who have given minimal transparency into private lives through data collection with the Ashley Madison leak – which lead to at least one suicide; imagine all your personal data being available for family, authorities and lovers to see.

The only way to prevent abuse of data collection is to not gather it at all. If passed, look for this type of legislation to also spread to the United States under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).

Big Brother

As I stated in the intro, there seems to be no limits to the government resources Obama is willing to use as weapons against the American people, and since no one has even raised an eyebrow, much less tried to stop him, in the second video you’ll see that he’s graduated to using American resources against Congress too. Will anything be done? 

It’s not even worth starting a pool… not one person thinks anything will come from this latest in a LONG list of law breaking. Might I suggest paying careful attention to the standoff between militia and feds set to take place tomorrow? Mark my words, Captain Transparency will declare Martial Law in a heartbeat the second a first shot gets fired at one of these standoffs. If not tomorrow… sooner or later a shot will get fired… count on it.

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Jon Rappoport for Activist Post writes:

Breaking: While Obama was pursuing the Iran nuclear deal, he wanted to know what Israeli leaders were up to, so he accessed NSA reports. NSA was spying on Netanyahu and other Israeli officials. The thing was, the Israelis were talking on the phone to members of the US Congress. Oops. So it turned out NSA was spying on Congress, as well.

But wait. This story, now being reported as a shocker, is…no surprise at all. It’s business as usual for the NSA. The shock and outrage is fake. Who’s kidding who?

The NSA is a Pentagon agency, and the Pentagon is part of the Executive Branch of government. Of course it’s been spying on the Legislative Branch. If it weren’t, it wouldn’t be doing its job.

Several years ago, Ed Snowden made the following statement (ABC News aired the video clip): “I, sitting at my [NSA] desk, certainly had the authority to wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant to a federal judge to even the president if I had a personal email.”

There was a brief “firestorm” in the press about it, and it went down the memory hole.

Then, a year ago, there was this—FOX News, 1/9/14, by Andrew Napolitano: “Last week, Sen. Bernie Sanders, (I-Vt.), wrote to Gen. Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Administration (NSA), and asked plainly whether the NSA has been or is now spying on members of Congress or other public officials…The NSA did reply to Sanders by stating — in an absurd oxymoron — that members of Congress receive the same constitutional protections as other Americans: that is to say, none from the NSA…The NSA’s refusal to answer Sanders’ question directly is a tacit admission, because we are all well aware that the NSA collects identifying data on and the content of virtually every email, text message and phone call sent or received in the U.S.”

Boom. Another quick explosion in the press; then, nothing.

And it wasn’t just the NSA. It was the CIA, too. Read this, from the Huffington Post, 3/11/14: “Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), a staunch defender of government surveillance of ordinary citizens, took to the Senate floor Tuesday with the stunning accusation that the Central Intelligence Agency may have violated federal law to spy on Congress…Feinstein, head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, railed against the CIA for compromising the legislative branch’s oversight role — a theme echoed by many of her Senate colleagues throughout the day. The outrage was palpable among lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, and some suggested CIA Director John Brennan should resign if the allegations are true. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who has stuck up for intelligence agencies in the past, declared a potential war…‘This is Richard Nixon stuff,’ Graham told reporters. ‘This is dangerous to the democracy. Heads should roll, people should go to jail if it’s true. If it is, the legislative branch should declare war on the CIA.’”

Once again, outrage, then nothing. This suggests that NSA and CIA have enough illegally-obtained, damaging information on members of Congress to basically keep them quiet and docile—aside from occasional outbursts.

There is more. Back in 1975, the US Senate Intelligence Committee, headed by Frank Church, carried out an extensive investigation of US intelligence agencies. Peter Fenn wrote about that piece of history on 9/27/13, at usnews: “Those of us who were staff members of the Church Committee investigating intelligence agencies back in 1975, we were not totally shocked to see the names – Jane Fonda, Tom Hayden, Martin Luther King, Bobby Seale, Muhammad Ali and Tom Wicker, to name just a few of the over 1,600 people [who were on an NSA watch list]. There were many names we did not recognize – criminals, drug dealers, even old-line suspected communists. But there were two names we never saw, because they were never given to the Church Committee: Sens. Frank Church and Howard Baker. New documents just made public by NSA and George Washington University’s National Security Archive now reveal that Church, the chairman of the investigative committee and Baker, a member of both the Watergate and Intelligence Committees, were both put on the watch list and their communications were monitored…If NSA had revealed such explosive information in 1975, all hell would have broken loose. So they chose to lie. There were no whistle blowers then, no voices within the Ford administration that revealed such secrets.”

It’s quite convenient that, every time one of these revelations occurs, it’s treated as a unique circumstance. A few dots may be connected, but the overall story dies.

This latest 2015 piece about NSA rolling up members of Congress, as the agency spied on Israeli leaders—it’s not breaking; it’s one instance in a long history.

Anyone with a few brain cells working can see the pattern: the NSA and the CIA are holding a cloud of threat over the Congress. They’ve gathered many bits of information, some of which would be embarrassing, to say the least, if they were released.

It’s usually called blackmail, extortion, shakedown. Because that’s what it is.

Unless you want to believe that these intelligence agencies, having assembled large dossiers on members of Congress for decades, are benign in their intent. They’re just making sure Representatives and Senators are keeping their daily appointments, having their dry cleaning delivered on time, and maintaining their magazine and newspaper subscriptions.

Yes, that must be it. The NSA and CIA are just a Jeeves service. They’re meta-butlers and meta-cooks and meta-delivery people. It’s all good. People helping people. Inter-Branch cooperation.

Better to believe that, because if the sinister implications are true, then what can Congress do about them? Already sold out to lobbyists and corporations, and on top of that they’re under the thumb of spying agencies? They’re captive to extortionists who have hundred-billion-dollar budgets?

“Sir, I assume you’ll be voting for the war, yes? Just trying to get a feel for your position. Once in a while, these Presidential wars do require Congressional approval. And while we’re at it, what about the Trade Treaty? It’s vital for National Security, wouldn’t you say?”

Just a wink and a nudge. Why use gross tactics? Especially when you have phone conversations mentioning the names of one or two pedophiles, follow-up photos of a private party, and so on. Easy does it. We’re all in this together.

The Constitution? Separation of powers? Never heard of it. Must have been some ancient piece of paper heralded in a bygone naive era.

“Hi, Senator. Regards to your wife. How are the kids doing at college?”

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