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NSA: Part of the American Stasi

July 3, 2013

By John K Rooney

The East German STASI not only used methods of psychological torture, economic disintegration and imprisonment to coerce loyalty to the communist state. The repressive state security agency collected personal information, sometimes even scent samples on millions of citizens through an enormous network of informants and spies. The Stasi’s reign of fear ended after the fall of the Berlin Wall. About two thirds of those who apply to see their Stasi records find personal information in their files.

With the recent revelation by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, it is evident the US government is going rouge against the American people. According to the $300K salaried technical contractor, the NSA “targets the communications of EVERYONE, ingests them by default, collects them in its system, filters them, measures them, and analyzes them.” All this is done without a warrant or probable cause of any crime. These government activities are not only unconstitutional; they are tyrannical crimes on a massive scale against the American people.

Welcome to the blossoming totalitarian state. Fake liberals have joined closet commie Republicans like McCain and Congressman Peter King to defend the NSA snoop program under the worn out excuse of protecting us from terrorists. Meanwhile, Obama sends weapons to aid Al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria .

What can we do? Defund and downsize DC! Fire every politician who is not opposing the tyrannical roll-out of the surveillance-police state. Don’t be deceived, most lawmakers on both sides have track records supporting authoritarian measures. Congressman Forbes pays lip service to the Bill of Rights, but his voting record uncovers an authoritarian agenda. Never vote for these people again! Surely, the Democrats must be different? Think again. Their only saving grace has been tepid support for civil liberties; however, this last vestige of credibility is being discarded. What remains is the whiff of Marxist-Leninist brimstone.

A BBC radio interview circa 2004 given by the former head of the KGB, General Yevgeni Primakov, as well as a former congressman confirmed that Homeland Security hired Markus Wolf, the architect of the STASI informant program, as a consultant for DHS.

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