06
Mar
08

Homeland Insecurity: The 21st Century U.S. Police State

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“Stop throwing the Constitution in my face, it’s just a goddamned piece of paper!” ~ George W. Bush (source)

Since the false flag 9-11 attack on America, the U.S. government has been busy listening to citizens’ phone calls, compiling volumes of personal data, and eavesdropping on electronic communications – all without a constitutionally required warrant (source). This information has been handed over to the government by your telecom provider (in violation of their contractual duty to not disclose this information to 3rd parties), under the threat of FCC license revocation.

The FBI acknowledged Wednesday it improperly accessed Americans’ telephone records, credit reports and Internet traffic in 2006, the fourth straight year of privacy abuses resulting from investigations aimed at tracking terrorists and spies.

In a disturbing throwback to tactics employed by the East German Stasi (secret police), the FBI is recruiting “thousands of covert informants in the United States as part of a sprawling effort to boost its intelligence capabilities.” This article discusses the plan revealed in a report to Congress. This alarming use of Americans recruited to spy on one another was employed in response to George Bush’s push for more “aggressive” uses of human intelligence gathering following 9-11.

Other recent proposals include expanding its collection and analysis of data on U.S. persons, retaining years worth of American’s phone records and even increasing so-called “black bag” secret entry operations.

The 1st Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees the freedom of speech. The 4th Amendment guarantees the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures without probable cause (including telephonic and electronic communications). The Supreme Court has determined that a fundamental right to privacy exists under U.S. law.

So, why is the government allowed to brazenly abuse these individual rights guaranteed under the Constitution? The simple answer is because they can. They use propaganda and fear to intimidate the people. Their goal is to make the citizens desperate for more security and protection, at any cost. When you do not know your rights, they can easily be diminished and subverted in the interest of “homeland security.” The Soviets also had an Orwellian themed homeland security agency called the “Ministry for State Security.”

Not to worry, Robert Mueller, the current FBI Director, stated his intention to allay the concerns of the American people.

We are committed to ensuring that we not only get this right, but maintain the vital trust of the American people.

Given that Muller is is directly responsible for the violations of the rights of the American people, I cannot take solace in his assurance. I fear the government more than I fear the threat they are supposedly protecting us from.

The United States has been declared under martial law. All constitutional rights have been suspended. The number one enemy of progress is questions. National security is more important than individual rights. Sports broadcasts will proceed as scheduled. Shut up, be happy, obey all orders without question. At last everything is done for you ~ Jello Biafra


13 Responses to “Homeland Insecurity: The 21st Century U.S. Police State”


  1. March 6, 2008 at 4:09 am

    They were also busy making massacres and killing innocent civilians of Afghanistan and Iraq. In revenge of so called 3000 victims in 9/11, they have murdered millions.
    Beside their countless help to Israel to ethnic cleanse Gazans..

    Johnnypeeper’s response:

    Oh, you must be talking about the “War of Terror” Shahrzad. It is important for you to understand that American lives are much more sacred than non-American lives. I think the ratio is something like 50,000 others’ lives to every U.S. life. Americans do not lose any sleep over the disturbing images of civilian carnage and bloodshed. Thankfully, our objective media protects us from inconvenient truths.

    The $3,000,000,000 a year we give to Israel amounts to about $500 for each Israeli citizen. It is crucial that we support their ethnic cleansing campaigns, Apartheid system, and targeted killings (murder) with our tax dollars and high-tech weaponry because we have a moral obligation to the state of Israel. They are the only democracy in the region and we share a sacred Holy Book.

  2. 2 22coffees
    March 6, 2008 at 7:34 am

    Wow, the Lenin/Chertoff pictures are great.

  3. 3 c
    March 6, 2008 at 9:59 am

    America is just like every other country- shady gubment ran by corrupt, power hungry maniacs. Americans are always so surprised to find their country has dirty hands. Because they think America is the best and they’re so very proud to be a U.S. citizen and america rulz and all of that.

    Now, i am used to living here- have my whole life- and there are probably only a few other countries i could live in and feel just as uncomfortable rather than more so (it’s limited, me being a brown woman of no wealth, people aint gonna shake out the welcome mats) but me being here was pure chance. i think residential pride is goofy, personally. i think being proud of anything that i had absolutely nothing to do with and is the result of chance or providence is scary-crazydangerous.

  4. March 6, 2008 at 10:39 am

    I’m sure you have noticed this and while it IS a bit off of your topic, I find it distressing. Have you noticed that the news obviously downplays the number of lives we have taken in this “war”? Not only that, but to sustain the pretty painted picture of this war, the media will refer to American casualties, but the footage from the ground never SHOWS this less attractive side. Apparently, we’re mature enough to support a war (altho this number, thank God, is low), but mature enough to actually see what these decisions eventually cause: death, dismemberment, unhappiness within our military ranks.

    That is all.

    Johnnypeeper’s response:

    Thank you for being aware Barry. There is some graffiti art near my home that says “Think – it is worth Everything!” As long as the plebs remain asleep at the wheel, little will change.

  5. March 6, 2008 at 6:59 pm

    “This information has been handed over to the government by your telecom provider (in violation of their contractual duty to not disclose this information to 3rd parties), under the threat of FCC license revocation. ”

    But, but, but…. Nasty old Yahoo got a rap over the knuckles for doing that in China!

    The more hypocrisy I hear coming out of the US government the more I realise that George Orwell was right in his book 1984 when he pointed out that people could be controlled by making their language meaningless and keeping them in a constant state of war.

    The truth is out there…….. covered in distracting tinsel, delivered in gibberish by partisan demagogues.

    No wonder so many Americans came up to my wife and I, when we were over there and they heard our accents, to apologise for George Bush and to explain that they didn’t vote for him. Fortunately not all Americans are asleep. Unfortunately many are.

    Alas, the same could be said about us Australians.

    Johnnypeeper’s response:

    Yahoo signed a contract with the Chinese requiring them to give this information to the government, the U.S. telecoms did not. In fact, there were explicit terms that protected personal information and communication content. Information is dangerous to our “handlers.” That is why you will see legislation known as “Net-Neutrality” that will effectively relegate blogs like this to a lower bandwidth priority. As a result, fewer people will read about government abuses and free speech suppression. The aggregate effect is to dumb down the people and make them more susceptible to fear propaganda and the “approved” MSM narrative.

  6. March 7, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    I’m sure our govt’ has done some iniquitous deeds. I am still a proud American….despite

    Johnnypeeper’s response:

    I am a proud American too. I demonstrate my patriotism by educating others about the criminals in our government. The criminals I am talking about spy on Americans (without legal authority), violate the legitimate expectation of privacy, and perpetuate fear and panic for the purpose of depriving us of more constitutional rights. The “iniquitous deeds” you mentioned are illegally occurring as we speak. They cannot be tolerated in a free society.

  7. March 8, 2008 at 10:55 am

    It is not just Bush. Remember the joke:

    Bush and Rumsfeld were playing a WWIII war game at a bar when a bystander asked them how they were doing. Fine, said Bush: “we killed 2000000 Iraqis and one bicycle repair man.
    Oh, said the bystander: Why would you kill a bicycle repair man?
    Bush hit Rumsfeld on the back and said: See! I told you! They don’t ask about the Iraqis!

    And the same with your judges. So?

  8. 8 asqfish
    March 8, 2008 at 3:55 pm

    Change comes from within, with Istiqama, I am not there yet so I cant expect it in others, however lets keep trying to be honest with ourselves and others one step at a time, and inshallah our environment will change for the better.
    Thank you for scouring the news and alerting the innocents.

  9. March 8, 2008 at 7:27 pm

    I completely agree with your reply to my comment. When I worked as a deputy sheriff, I was appalled at some of the things that other officers (often the senior ones) thought they could get away with…the rules should NOT bend for anyone regardless. We are all equal citizens.

  10. March 10, 2008 at 12:09 am

    Thanks for stopping by the blog. Nice little set up you got here, and Yes I’ll tell you what really happen. LOL…

  11. 11 Joe McCarthy
    March 29, 2008 at 5:32 pm

    I would like to kick your liberal socialist ass.

  12. 12 Manco
    March 29, 2008 at 10:19 pm

    Why don’t you quit playing with yourself, Joe; you ain’t gonna do shit.

  13. 13 incogman
    March 29, 2008 at 11:45 pm

    The semi-retarded who call themselves “conservative thinkers” like Joe McCarthy here, can’t see a snake even if it jumped up and bit them on the ass (to use a redneck phrase). I used to be that stupid myself, I hate to say (keep your foul mouth shut MANCO).

    Hell, nimrods like this have zero idea what socialism really means in the first place nor the facts behind someone like Chertoff, a Zionist Jew who’s really a Israeli-Firster with his dual- Israeli citizenship and heavy involvement behind the scenes of 9/11.

    God, it’s no wonder this country is selling out so fast and going downhill with such braindead on the left and the right.


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