"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Thursday, April 19, 2012

POLICE STATE: Congress attacks the Bill of Rights

"I report all the news I think you should know about."
There is near total silence in both the right-wing and left-wing media about the Democrats and Republicans working together to attack the Internet and create an Orwellian Big Brother State.  People like Rush Limbaugh will endlessly beat the media drum against Obama, but he will not tell you that the GOP is working with the Democrats to undermine the Bill of Rights.

Bill of Rights Attacked  -  Republicans and Democrats just passed a bill attacking your right to privacy in a bi-partisan vote of 17 to 1.

  • The government will ignore getting search warrants to spy on you. 
  • The government will have "private" multi-national corporations gather your confidential information for them.
  • Corporations will be given legal immunity by the Feds for acting as government spies.   

The Big Brother CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, is picking up sponsors and it looks like the legislation will make it to the House floor for a vote next week. CISPA emerged from the House Intelligence Committee with an overwhelming vote of 17-1.
The bill, authored by Rep. Mike Rogers, a Michigan Republican, is supported by Google, the technology company in bed with the CIA and responsible for building the Great Firewall of China. Infowars reports that Google is not alone in supporting CISPA. Corporate sponsors include Facebook, Microsoft, Intel, IBM, Verizon, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and others, according to the House’s Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, long a champion of rights online, has signed on to two coalition letters urging legislators to drop their support for HR 3523. The coalition behind the privacy letter includes dozens of groups, including the ACLU, the American Library Association, the American Policy Center, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, and many others, according to the EFF website.

Right-Wing Media Silence   -   There is silence from almost all areas of the major media about this attack on the Constitution itself.

But of special interest is the near total silence from those so-called "Conservative" media leaders such as Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity.  For ratings and money in their pockets, they attack low hanging fruit like Comrade Obama and Senate Democrats.  But they somehow "forget" to tell you how the GOP is working with Democrats to crush the Bill of Rights.

BIG  BROTHER  -  In short, it is a dream bill designed specifically for 1984 national security surveillance state. CISPA will put a legal facade on behavior the CIA and NSA have engaged in for decades. It is the culmination of years of cyber psyops and attendant propaganda designed convince the public that they must surrender their privacy.


1984 is Here

"Political tags - such as royalist, communist, democrat, populist, fascist, liberal, conservative, and so forth - are never basic criteria.  The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire."
(Stranger in a Strange Land)

The ruling Elites and political parties around the world are frightened to death of freedom.

Everyday we see the Elites pulling the Big Brother noose just a little bit tighter around our necks.
The growth of the internet and modern technology could free the people of the world from the lies of the political Elites.  But those very same technologies can also be the chains of our slavery in a centralized, all-powerful Big Brother State.
Below are a few of our most recent stories on the march to a 1984 State:

THE FEDERALIST - "On New Year's Eve Worship the Communist Party" 

THE FEDERALIST - "Marching to a Police State" 

THE FEDERALIST - "China orders thought control"

THE FEDERALIST - "BIG BROTHER is following you at the mall"

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