Posts Tagged ‘spying’

Ex-NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden has disclosed his first set of documents outlining Australia’s role in NSA surveillance programs, picking out four facilities in the country that contribute heavily to US spying.

The locations of dozens of the US’s and associated countries signal collection sites have been revealed by Snowden, who leaked classified National Security Agency maps to US journalist Glenn Greenwald, which were then published in the Brazilian newspaper “O Globo.”…

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US government has been hacking Chinese mobile operator networks to intercept millions of text messages, as well as the operator of region’s fibre optic cable network, South China Morning Post writes citing Edward Snowden…

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Click here —> Yahoo! Confirms up to 13,000 US Data Requests (syndicated via


Americans have had enough. We are done with leaders who incite terrorism with self-serving foreign policies then use the inflated threat of that very same terrorism to assault the rights of their own citizens. The actions of the National Security Agency at the direction and under the supervision of the President of the United States are unarguably criminal. No law gives them the right to spy on American citizens who are not even suspected of crimes, and any law that does cannot have been enacted through legal means. In this country, when someone commits a crime they are investigated, arrested, tried and then put into jail. No office, elected or otherwise, grants anyone immunity from this process or otherwise from the fair and just application of law.

As our nation was born, the great Benjamin Franklin said that those who would give up liberty for security deserve neither. As it now sits poised upon the edge of grim death, our current president tells us instead that we cannot have both 100% security and 100% privacy. We must therefore respond by demonstrating we cannot and we will not have both 100% corruption and 100% immunity. We the people must demand the arrest of our president and of all leaders involved with illegally spying on American citizens. If we fail to hold accountable those who consider themselves above the law that is exactly what we allow them to become. And if we stand in fear rather than in solidarity and resolution, it is certain our children will see that and will forever do the same.

All we need is for one police station to agree…just one. The men and women of law enforcement are no less victims of these crimes than anyone else. As such I have little doubt some would be even happier than I to see these outlaws deservingly placed in handcuffs. A message must be sent that we will not tolerate this kind of behavior from those whom we entrust with our futures, or from anyone else for that matter. And so I ask you…nay I beg you: Print the letter below, sign it and then send it to every non-federal police department in your area.

Because when good people sit by and do exactly nothing in the face of tyranny, they cease to be good people and become, at least in the eyes of history, exactly nothing.

To My Local and/or State Police Department:

                Thank you for taking a moment to read this. I fully understand how precious the time of law enforcement can be, and I admire your efforts at tackling such enormous workloads.

I am writing to you today to report a very serious crime. My privacy and the privacy of an unknown number of other citizens has been and continues to be grossly violated. In an affront to longstanding laws, a group of individuals has taken it upon themselves to hack into our phones and e-mail accounts. In addition they have been remotely tracking our online activities and storing our personal information in their private databases without our consent. As evidence I can even provide you with video confessions from various remorseless leaders among the group, as well as video of them illegally lying to congressional investigators about their crimes.

A reasonable level of privacy is guaranteed to every American citizen through their constitution and through the accepted laws of the land. When this privacy is violated the psychological and emotional damage to the victims is incalculable. As such this crime is as heinous as almost anything one can imagine, and so I trust you will approach this matter with the highest levels of seriousness and professionalism.

As for the hacker group who is responsible for these crimes, they call themselves the “National Security Agency”. Their primary leader, referred to as their “president”, is named Barrack Obama. He can be picked up for questioning at his home, which you will find at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. The hacker group primarily operates out of a headquarters located at 9800 Savage Rd, Fort Meade, MD (they have a big sign outside so you can’t miss it). As for the evidence including confessions and more, simply search the term “PRISM” on google, on youtube and on all other major online media outlets.

Please be advised that these criminals consider themselves above the law. As such they will use every means of persuasion both political and otherwise to prevent you from investigating their activities. However as public servants with a sworn duty to uphold the law I have every confidence you will be able to maintain your authority in this matter and withstand any attempts at coercion. After all, it is almost certain that you yourselves are among the hundreds of millions of victims of these despicable outlaws.

When people break the law, it is of course the right and the responsibility of police to put them in jail. Given the number of victims you should expect to find in this case your prosecutorial partners should have no difficulty in securing lengthy prison sentences for the perpetrators, as well as all co-conspirators. In so doing you will not only be ensuring justice for the victims, but you will be preventing a variety of future criminal acts which I am all but certain are being planned by this insidious group. As a child I was always taught to look up to the police as protectors of the citizenry. And so it is now with that same respect and reverence that I implore you to use every resource at your disposal to bring to justice those who constantly thumb their noses at both our legal and moral rights as citizens.

Sincerely, Respectfully and Appreciatively,



(sign your name above and send this to your local or state police)