NSA spying, intelligence cults, and “meta-organized” stalking

At this point in time, we can safely say that most complaints of gang stalking involve contact at man y levels with the vast, unnaccountable, and hidden surveillance apparatus that we now know as ” the end of Constitutional Democracy” in the west.

Using multitudinous, alphabeticus intelligence agencies, and police forces across the globe, and across America, the rights and freedoms that citizens thought were guaranteed have been torn from the roots of democracy, and poisons applied to that which is left.

In America alone, the NSA theft of our data has now resulted in that data being turned over to 17 spy agencies, to do with it what they will. And as the past is the best predictor of the future, that means that the numbers of “targeted individuals” will increase exponentially and build critical mass so that many of those who claim to have been targeted in the past will now have company from many others- perhaps your own son, daughter, or significant other.

And, maybe at that point, you will remember that you were quite content to watch and do nothing as others appeared ‘crazy’ and you did nothing. And, maybe then, you too will join me in bringing awareness to this topic. Because- “first they came for the [ ________ ]and I said nothing….”

Because, of course, all of our unfiltered, whole capture raw and unfiltered data was shared with Israel first, for the last deacdes– and of course, they would NEVER do anything bad with it, cuz, Holocaust! And zionist/dominionist religious fanatics are our friends- right? Who could possibly know more about building a better mouse trap?

Strange equivocation, that.

Law & Disorder —

NSA to share data with other agencies without “minimizing” American information

Rules opposed by civil liberties and privacy advocates.

Image: Ulrich Baumgarten / Getty Images News

On Thursday The New York Times reported that the Obama administration had recently finalized rules to give the National Security Agency (NSA) more leeway in sharing its vast trove of intercepted communications with the 15 other government agencies that make up the Intelligence Community.

Previously, agencies like the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation would have to request information on a target from the NSA. The NSA, in turn, would retrieve communications pertaining to that target and scrub the documents of information that was considered irrelevant to the search, including the names of innocent Americans—a process called “minimization.” Now, that middle step has been cut out. The agencies need only get approval from the NSA to access its data, and agents from the agencies are expected to carry out minimization on their own.As The New York Times puts it, “Essentially, the government is reducing the risk that the NSA will fail to recognize that a piece of information would be valuable to another agency, but increasing the risk that officials will see private information about innocent people.” Although the agency analysts who will have access to the NSA’s surveillance powers are directed to ignore and redact information pertaining to innocent Americans, if they see evidence of criminal acts in the data they access, they are directed to hand it over to the Justice Department.

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