Domestic Access to Spy Imagery Expands

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posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 06:48 PM
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Domestic Access to Spy Imagery Expands


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WASHINGTON (AP) — A plan to use U.S. spy satellites for domestic security and law-enforcement missions is moving forward after being delayed for months because of privacy and civil liberties concerns.
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posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 06:48 PM
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This is cause for great concern. It is showing us that the agenda of the government for domestic spying will continue no matter what kind of concerns are risen. Just the mere fact the the words "spying" and US civil liberties are together makes me cringe. There is obviously no concern for civil liberties as this spying is allowed to continue. So where do we go from here? It appears that with each passing day, we are getting closer and closer to "domestic terrorism" state that has been falsely conspired by the government. They have pounded this into this countries heads through mainstream media so much, that apparently even the folks who fight for our liberties have given in. Yet again, those that are supposed to look out for us have failed us.

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posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 08:40 PM
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Just terrific. As if they didn't already have enough surveillance eyeing our every move. Pretty soon we won't be able to take a dump without having spycams implanted in the commodes.

The craziest thing about all this spying and prying in the 'supposed name of terrorism' is that they STILL have our borders hanging wide open. So instead of spending all this money on spying on citizens, why not invest some of it into securing our borders and keeping potential foreign insurgents out?



posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 08:54 PM
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Call it a hunch, but, I don't think our government (U.S.) is too concerned with closing the border.

www.humanevents.com...

Old news of course, just presenting examples...

www.eagleforum.org...



posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 09:34 PM
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Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
The craziest thing about all this spying and prying in the 'supposed name of terrorism' is that they STILL have our borders hanging wide open. So instead of spending all this money on spying on citizens, why not invest some of it into securing our borders and keeping potential foreign insurgents out?


After reading so much about Infraguard, biometric i.d. systems, government surveillance programs, etc., it seems as though we are being locked down as tightly as possible. In advance of what is anyone's guess. Anyone else feel the noose tightening?



posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 10:10 PM
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There is a big plan for our borders DimensionalD my friend. You should read Behold a Pale Horse if you haven't already. There is a map diagram in the book that can shed some light on the situation.
No doubt katt, the noose is most definitely tightening. Hope you all have some strong necks. Coupled with the drugs we're being "fed" and zombified with, they are sure to get their way.



posted on Feb, 16 2008 @ 01:00 PM
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This is interesting.... check out the world map.

www.privacyinternational.org...


Each year since 1997, the US-based Electronic Privacy Information Center and the UK-based Privacy International have undertaken what has now become the most comprehensive survey of global privacy ever published. The Privacy & Human Rights Report surveys developments in 70 countries, assessing the state of surveillance and privacy protection.



The 2007 rankings indicate an overall worsening of privacy protection across the world, reflecting an increase in surveillance and a declining performance o privacy safeguards.



[edit on 2/16/08 by kattraxx]






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