Friday, January 17, 2014

Mumbo Jumbo on Spying

Language or ritualistic activity intended to confuse.

Working with the premise that liars will always be liars, I believe very little that Barry said in his NSA speech. Just by the fact that he invokes the myths of 9/11 should make it clear that the truth is not in him.

How many times is he going to use the word transparency in vain?

The issue of storing bulk metadata is still up in the air, as vague as he could make it and not a word on how the massive NSA data centers, including the new one in Utah, will fit into the new scheme or why they are still needed. Stored by a third party? I bet some Israeli firms would be glad to take on that role if they don't already.

Barry's statement "Let me repeat what I said when this story first broke. This program does not involve the content of phone calls or the names of people making calls" is something I have big doubts about.



No data the government holds is safe from abuse. They can't even secure the Obamacare website. The NASA data can and will be diverted, shared, stolen or sold. There's a lot of money to be made with the info. These people will also never willingly give up their blackmail capability.

Many words will be spoken and written about what Obama had to say. The bottom line question is 'are we any closer to protecting our 4th Amendment rights today than we were yesterday?' My answer would be 'not at all.'  Barry and his handlers' best hope is that the majority will fall for his latest illusion and go back to sleep.


Here's the text of the speech.


15 comments:

  1. Anyone who believes one word that comes out of "official" Washington or its corporate appendages is certifiably insane.They will sell this data,and a so called "third party",will not inhibit that in the slightest.The corporations who are cooperating with the Empire want their share of the spoils.That's what this data is.The spoils of war against the American people.

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    1. We are definitely on the same page there. Everything is for sale for the right price.


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  2. I ran across this with an extensive history and details about the NSA, The timeline is from 2009 but still very good and shows that information on the NSA and other spying has been available for years.

    Debunk This: Israel Owns 90% of NSA and Its Infrastructure (at least)

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    1. The original timeline without all the ads and distractions on the Before It's News link above.

      http://www.barthworks.com/technical/nsaafter911.htm

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  3. I am going to reblog this one Kenny with the link to 90 percent Israeli ownership.

    This one showed up in my stat sheet, haven't had time to translate all of it, part of it I can understand. All I can say is rock on Chile.

    http://contraperiodismomatrix.com/la-judia-merkel-espia-hija-del-espia-mkultra-hitler-rothschild/

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    1. Google Translate tends to make my computer act up. Maybe you will have better luck.

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    2. My link to the translated version didn't work.

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  4. "Now let me be clear. Having faced down the dangers of totalitarianism, fascism and communism the world expects us to stand up for the principle that every person has the right to think and write and form relationships freely, because individual freedom is the wellspring of human progress." Wow, just wow.

    The lord of the flies has outdone himself again in doublespeak. Individual freedom requires a certain amount of privacy, imo, which we haven't had for a long time. I don't even expect it anymore. But what are they going to do once they have collected every single phone call or e-mail? Test them for bad vibes, trying to nail a terrorist?

    http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/is-obama-biblical-lord-of-the-flies/

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    1. Flies seem to like the rotten.

      I think they want us to accept our post-Orwellian world and hope we will continue to repeat the mantra I hear so much..."There's nothing we can do about it."

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  5. Kenny - I just wanted to come by and say how much i respect and support the work you do. Its been a little time since I checked in. i have been enjoying all of the posts this month. Best wishes, Carol

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    1. Hey Carol, good to hear from you. Hope you are doing well.

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  6. " I bet some Israeli firms would be glad to take on that role if they don't already. "
    Why, with Cass Sunstein in charge of making the rules? No, way.... :-)

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  7. This is nothing new. The govt has been spying on "dissidents" for a long time. They tapped my mom's phone in the 60's when she was having coffee klatches with her friends on the Federal Reserve.

    BTW, I just posted a new article on my blog, but it's not updating on your sidebar.

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    1. There are a few on the blogroll that are very slow to update. ???

      Excellent article andie. Worth the wait or it's about time...:-)

      Here's the link since it's not showing up.....

      http://mybigfatanti-zionistlife.blogspot.com/2014/01/a-dancing-israelis-wishlist-further.html

      lol.....Hoffman's 'Steal This Book'

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  8. Thanks for the feedback, Kenny.

    lol.....Hoffman's 'Steal This Book'

    I know...kind of lame. The idea the Mossad hires only the best and brightest, well, so much for that myth.

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