posted on Nov, 1 2013 @ 02:43 AM
American politicians continue to use the terrorist rhetoric to defend that they spy on pretty much the entire world of ordinary people. John Kerry
(who under a press conference in London Thursday), defended their worldwide surveillance programs by stating that it prevented terrorism, thus
continue this rhetoric.
But, does American politicians really believe terrorists are completely stupid? What kind of terrorist(s) would (after all this writing about NSA’s
spy systems and methods) use any kind of electronic media to communicate their plans with each other. The answer to this is off course none. So why is
this worldwide spying still necessary. The answer is of course that these systems have become useful for all other sorts of reasons.
Can anyone give me any information if any terrorism of any sort has been prevented after Snowden revealed the practice?
The US state department’s worldwide warning issue on the 25’th of September , that "terrorist actions and violence" against Americans by al-Qaeda
and other militant groups probably was imminent, does however not count, as that was clearly a stunt.
edit on 1-11-2013 by helius because: (no reason given)