TERRORISM – BIGGEST CONSERVATIVE SCAM AND LIE OF ALL TO RIP-OFF THE MIDDLE CLASS BY MULTI-NATIONAL SCAMMERS!
“TERRERISTS” = HYPED LIES TO SOAK MIDDLE CLASS TAXPAYERS OF THEIR $6+ TRILLION IN WEALTH!
MULTI-NATIONAL PERPETUATION OF THE TERRORISM LIES!
TERRORISM RANKS DEAD LAST IN WHAT IS HARMING AMERICANS! AN American is more likely to DlE in bed from ACClDENTAL SUFFOCATION or Lightening than FROM TERRORlSM.
“The War was Not Meant to be WON – it was meant to be CONTINUOUS…”
PROFIT FROM FEAR AND WAR = OLD OLD SCAM!
“Our Political and Media establishments seem to advocate a constant state of war as the NEW NORMAL.”
— Arianna Huffington
NSA WORKS FOR MULTl-NATlONALS!
GOVERNMENT’S and NSA’s ENTlRE PREMlSE AND ARGUMENTS FOR WAR ON TERROR AND SECURlTY STATE ARE BUlLT ON ALL LlES!
2,1O9 TlMES MORE AMERICANS ARE KlLLED BY BlG PHARMA THAN BY TERRORlSTS!
Common Sense and the BILL OF RIGHTS/Constitution must be followed!
CRlMlNAL SCUM HAS BEEN AR0UND SlNCE NlXON – LYlNG AMERICAN MlDDLE CLASS INTO PAYlNG FOR FAKED WARS FOR LOOTlNG!
“I can think of no faster way to unite the American people behind GEORGE W. BUSH than a TERR0RIST attack on an American target…”
— Henry KISSINGER, PROPAGANDIST – NIXON (R) CRlMlNAL
The Odds of DYlNG by R0BERT R BRlTT in LlVE SClENCES
AN American is more likely to DlE in bed from ACClDENTAL SUFFOCATl0N than DlE FROM A TERRORlST.
LlGHTENlNG KlLLS 13% MORE AMERICANS THAN TERRORlSTS!
- 1 in 10,000,000 = Odds of DYlNG on one of 25 safest AlRLlNES in a 1 hour flight
- 1 in 9,138,785 = COUNClL on FORElGN RELATlONS SAYS RlSK of DYlNG from TERRORISM
- 1 in 724,000 = Odds of DYlNG on one of 25 WORST AlRLlNES in a 1 hour flight
- 1 in 66,000 Odds of dying – one round-trip flight/ Yr over 30 years – safest AlRLlNES
- 1 in 787 Odds of flying round-trip every work-day for 30 years over a lifetime
- 1-in-23 STROKE
- 1-in-7 Cancer
- 1-in-5 Heart DlSEASE
- 1-in-83,930 LlGHTENlNG
- 1-in-147,717 DOG
- 1-in-100,000 Snake, Bee or other VENOMOUS
- 1-in-5,000 ELECTROCUTION
- 1-in-36 AccidentaI lnjury
- 1-in-615,488 FlREWORKS
- 1-in-500,000 TSUNAMl
- 1-in-131,890 Earthquake
- 1-in-60,000 TORNADO
- 1-in-58,618 LEGAL EXECUTlON
- 1-in-3,357 NaturaI FORCES (HEAT, COLD, STORMS)
- 1-in-1,116 FlRE/SMOKE
- 1-in-325 FlREARM ASSULT
- 1-in-246 FaIIing DOWN
- 1-in-121 SUlClDE
- 1-in-100 MOTOR VEHlCLE
“Government by fear is no government at all.”
— President JOHN ADAMS
99.998% OF AMERICANS DlE WlTHOUT TERRORlST ASSlSTANCE!
OO.OO2% OF AMERICANS DlE WlTH TERRORlST ASSlSTANCE!
TERRORISM – BIGGEST LIE OF ALL = Ranks last in what is harming Americans!
TRAINS and Transportation are far more dangerous!
Project on Government Oversight says 7.6 million MULTl-NATlONALS in the SHADOW GOVERNMENT = nearly 4 TlMES AS MANY MULTl-NATlONALS as GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES!
7.6 Million PRlVATlZED MULTl-NATlONALS lMBEDDED IN OUR GOVERNMENT ARE NOT LOYAL TO AMERICANS ARE SPYlNG AND FAKlNG WARS ON ALL AMERICANS AGAlNST OUR CONSTlTUTlON AND FOR NO VALlD REASON OTHER THAN TO PROTECT RlCH MULTl-NATlONAL CRlMlNALS WHO LOOT THE AMERICAN MlDDLE CLASS!
President’s Review Group on NSA surveillance/related issues = 46 recommendations
NSA’s bulk telephony meta-data program – Source: Geoffrey R. Stone, Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law, University of Chicago, Member of Review Panel on HuffPost
9ll terrorist attacks = Significant changes to authority of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) (Section 215) to order “RELEVANT…tangible things including books, records, papers, documents, and other items” be turned over to the government for an investigation intended to protect the nation “against international terrorism.”
Section 215 essentially extended the traditional subpoena power of FISC to the foreign intelligence context and classified matters.
Section 215 = Enabled GOV to direct credit card company or phone companies to provide records of an individual reasonably believed to be planning or participating in terrorist activities.
May 2006 = FISC adopted a much broader and unprecedented interpretation of section 215 = that allowed collection of bulk telephony meta-data.
FISC judges later issued orders directed phone companies to turn over “on an ongoing daily basis,” huge quantities of telephone meta-data of millions of Americans not suspected of anything and retained for five years.
NSA said call records were “vital to NSA’s counterterrorism intelligence” to “continuously keep track of” the activities, operatives, and plans of specific foreign terrorist organizations who “disguise and obscure their communications.”
FISC said NSA can legally access telephony meta-data if “there are facts giving rise to a reasonable, articulable suspicion” (RAS) that a particular telephone number “is associated with” a foreign terrorist organization. NSA in 2012 did 288 queries to get a list of every telephone number that either called or was called by the seed phone number in the past five years and then query that list for more numbers linked to them – possibly including 10’s of thousands of people.
NSA claims the 288 queries resulted in a total of 12 “tips” to the FBI. The NSA reports that, on at least a few occasions, the tips helped prevent possible terrorist attacks, but the Review Group concluded it had not prevented any planned terrorist attack since inception in 2006.
Government’s arguments for the meta-data program with Review Group’s analysis:
Government’s arguments for the meta-data program with Review Group’s analysis:
GOVERNMENTS 4 ARGUMENTS FOR BULK META-DATA:
1. Important tool to discover a suspected terrorist contacts other possible terrorists in USA – Amazingly they claim they could have prevented 9ll.
REVIEW FINDING: In fact, meta-data generated relevant information in only a small number of cases, and there has been no instance in which NSA could prove it HELPED. Reason for program – potential terrorists did not know it existed, but now they do so, the Review Group concluded that it is not critical to protecting the national security.
2. Bulk telephony metadata does not intrude on individual privacy – Amazingly nobody told them to stop a program few knew existed and heck the phone company has it so people cannot expect privacy.
REVIEW FINDING: Too much! Peoples’ “decision to reveal otherwise private information to such third parties does not reflect a lack of concern for the privacy of the information, but a necessary accommodation to the realities of modern life….they want and expect the ability to use such services and the right to maintain their privacy when they do so….There is no reason why that should not be possible.
3. Mere calling data does not reveal anything particularly private since call itself is not kept.
REVIEW FINDING: We noted that “the record of every telephone call an individual makes or receives over the course of several years can reveal an enormous amount about that individual’s private life” – individual’s ‘familial, political, professional, religious, and sexual associations.’ – can seriously chill ‘associational and expressive freedoms’ – can significantly undermine public trust, exceedingly important to the well-being of a free and open society.” We concluded that the limitation of the program only to telephone meta-data did not eliminate potentially serious concerns about individual privacy.
4. NSA claims data is safe and protected from any improper use.
REVIEW FINDING: There “is always a risk that the rules, however reasonable in theory, will not be followed in practice” – despite careful safeguards, there had in the past been serious issues of unintentional noncompliance in the use of telephony meta-data program – many different kinds of abuse – “we cannot discount the risk, in light of the lessons of our own history, that at some point in the future, high-level government officials will decide” that this database “is there for the plucking” – the Church Committee noted surveillance abuses of the 1960s and 1970s – threatens to chill the exercise of First Amendment rights, and is inimical to the privacy of citizens.”
GOV says the bulk telephony meta-data program stops terrorist without invading individual privacy and should be retained.
REVIEW OVERALL FINDING: The “ultimate question is not whether granting the government authority makes us incrementally safer, but whether the additional safety is worth the sacrifice in terms of individual privacy, personal liberty, and public trust.” The Review Group concluded that, particularly in light of the availability of other means by which the government could achieve its objectives, “there is no sufficient justification for allowing the government to collect and store bulk telephony meta-data. We recommend that this program should be terminated as soon as reasonably practicable.”