posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 01:22 AM
reply to post by Blackmarketeer
You know what the problem here is right? There is too much secret info floating around.
The U.S. government classifies almost everything worth any mention, so nothing they do or know or are involved in can ever see the light of day, this
is direct conflict with the need of the people to know what their government is doing.
They believe it is more important to hide the things we dont like so we wont know thus wont get angry about it, when in fact the fact we dont like it
means they shouldnt be doing it.
How many hundreds of years did the police get by with the same old tried and true methods that were perfectly transparent?
So why now, because we have comps and smart phones do they now need to be able to track us, though this was not ever needed before, and read all our
intimate conversations, which was never needed before, all while building a giant database of our behaviors so they can predict our next moves, which
was never needed before?
The answer is simple, they dont, they are just lazy, and sleaze bag voyeur nutz that get their jollies spying on the intimate details that are none of
their business in others lives.
Wasnt there a constitutional amendment against this kind of thing?....Oh wait there was and is.....So Whiskey Tango Foxtrot America????????????