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Subject: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/7/2013 1:59 PM
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"In this troubling interview with the excecutive director of Life Legal Defense Foundation, attorney Dana Cody describes the hostile efforts of the FBI against pro-life Christians in the United States.

She suggests that the feds view “pro-life Christians [as] the focus of evil in the modern world.”

Ms. Cody talks about cases involving federal interrogations of pro-lifers that originated solely from Internet activities, reflecting that such activists were being tracked by the FBI online.

She said that the interrogations are increasingly becoming “like the SS showing up at your door.” She advises that anytime the feds approach you, you must “videotape, videotape, videotape.”

Ms. Cody believes that the feds are “going after people that are exposing them.”

She concludes that this federal law enforcement action is “threatening the very structure of the nation and people need to wake up.”

Here’s the interview:" ...

Read more: http://joemiller.us/2013/04/feds-pro-life-christians-are-the...
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"Surveillance State":

"I’m going to start with three data points.

One: Some of the Chinese military hackers who were implicated in a broad set of attacks against the U.S. government and corporations were identified because they accessed Facebook from the same network infrastructure they used to carry out their attacks.

Two: Hector Monsegur, one of the leaders of the LulzSac hacker movement, was identified and arrested last year by the FBI. Although he practiced good computer security and used an anonymous relay service to protect his identity, he slipped up.

And three: Paula Broadwell,who had an affair with CIA director David Petraeus, similarly took extensive precautions to hide her identity. She never logged in to her anonymous e-mail service from her home network. Instead, she used hotel and other public networks when she e-mailed him. The FBI correlated hotel registration data from several different hotels — and hers was the common name.

The Internet is a surveillance state. Whether we admit it to ourselves or not, and whether we like it or not, we’re being tracked all the time. Google tracks us, both on its pages and on other pages it has access to. Facebook does the same; it even tracks non-Facebook users. Apple tracks us on our iPhones and iPads. One reporter used a tool called Collusion to track who was tracking him; 105 companies tracked his Internet use during one 36-hour period.

Increasingly, what we do on the Internet is being combined with other data about us. Unmasking Broadwell’s identity involved correlating her Internet activity with her hotel stays. Everything we do now involves computers, and computers produce data as a natural by-product. Everything is now being saved and correlated, and many big-data companies make money by building up intimate profiles of our lives from a variety of sources."

Read more: http://joemiller.us/2013/04/the-internet-is-a-surveillance-s...
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"Warrantless WireTapping"
The Leftists were LIVID! when anything of this nature was done with warrants under BoooshII. Now?

<Crickets Chirping>

We need another "Church Commission":

"Justice Department documents released today by the ACLU reveal that federal law enforcement agencies are increasingly monitoring Americans’ electronic communications, and doing so without warrants, sufficient oversight, or meaningful accountability.

The documents, handed over by the government only after months of litigation, are the attorney general’s 2010 and 2011 reports on the use of “pen register” and “trap and trace” surveillance powers. The reports show a dramatic increase in the use of these surveillance tools, which are used to gather information about telephone, email, and other Internet communications. The revelations underscore the importance of regulating and overseeing the government’s surveillance power.

Pen register and trap and trace devices are powerfully invasive surveillance tools that were, twenty years ago, physical devices that attached to telephone lines in order to covertly record the incoming and outgoing numbers dialed. Today, no special equipment is required to record this information, as interception capabilities are built into phone companies’ call-routing hardware.

Pen register and trap and trace devices now generally refer to the surveillance of information about—rather than the contents of—communications. Pen registers capture outgoing data, while trap and trace devices capture incoming data. This still includes the phone numbers of incoming and outgoing telephone calls and the time, date, and length of those calls. But the government now also uses this authority to intercept the “to” and “from” addresses of email messages, records about instant message conversations, non-content data associated with social networking identities, and at least some information about the websites that you visit (it isn’t entirely clear where the government draws the line between the content of a communication and information about a communication when it comes to the addresses of websites).

The reports that we received document an enormous increase in the Justice Department’s use of pen register and trap and trace surveillance. As the chart below shows, between 2009 and 2011 the combined number of original orders for pen registers and trap and trace devices used to spy on phones increased by 60%, from 23,535 in 2009 to 37,616 in 2011."

Read more: http://joemiller.us/2012/09/new-justice-department-documents...
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Author: tgrmn Big funky green star, 20000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: 677048 of 726166
Subject: Re: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/7/2013 3:07 PM
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"We need to extermine White people off the face of this planet..."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vYML_F1Nb0

"I hate... You want freedom, you gotta kill Crackers...!"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_I__9hvMoAU


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEiBFvZ6ck0

Black on White unreported.

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Subject: Re: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/7/2013 3:59 PM
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Well, one mentally ill black radical isn't representative of most black people.

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Subject: Re: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/7/2013 4:34 PM
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Well, one mentally ill black radical isn't representative of most black people.
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Are you certain, it actually was pretty close, didn't Obama get something like 90 percent of the black vote?<grin>

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Subject: Re: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/7/2013 6:30 PM
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Are you certain, it actually was pretty close, didn't Obama get something like 90 percent of the black vote?

Yes, but 90 percent of black people don't want to exterminate "crackers." The very idea is absurd, and some cracker's got to say so.

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Subject: Re: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/7/2013 6:47 PM
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The very idea is absurd, and some cracker's got to say so.

Don't forget the Honkeys and Peckerwoods.

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Subject: Re: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/8/2013 11:25 AM
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Well, one mentally ill black radical isn't representative of most black people.

That's true about Al Sharpton. But how do you account for Jessie Jackson?

JLC

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Subject: Re: The Future Pt. II Date: 4/8/2013 1:22 PM
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It's true that the black population of America has poor leadership, but most black people STILL don't want to exterminate "crackers."

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