Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Yes, the Government is Spying on YOU and Always Has Been


To protect the wealthy elite, especially the ones that that financed 9/11 and the criminal bankster gangster outfits like the FED from being exposed as the real terrorists.
Boundless Informant: the NSA's secret tool to track global surveillance data

The Guardian has acquired top-secret documents about the NSA datamining tool, called Boundless Informant, that details and even maps by country the voluminous amount of information it collects from computer and telephone networks.

The Boundless Informant documents show the agency collecting almost 3 billion pieces of intelligence from US computer networks over a 30-day period ending in March 2013. One document says it is designed to give NSA officials answers to questions like, "What type of coverage do we have on country X" in "near real-time by asking the SIGINT [signals intelligence] infrastructure."

A snapshot of the Boundless Informant data, contained in a top secret NSA "global heat map" seen by the Guardian, shows that in March 2013 the agency collected 97bn pieces of intelligence from computer networks worldwide.

Iran was the country where the largest amount of intelligence was gathered, with more than 14bn reports in that period, followed by 13.5bn from Pakistan. Jordan, one of America's closest Arab allies, came third with 12.7bn, Egypt fourth with 7.6bn and India fifth with 6.3bn.
97 BILLION pieces of intelligence in one month alone?

The bankster gangsters are getting nervous, afraid that their non-stop looting of wealth, hidden behind phony 'al CIA Duh' terror attacks and the endless war against the Muslim world, is coming undone.
NSA Chief Denies Wired's Domestic Spying Story (Fourteen Times) In Congressional Hearing

Does the NSA routinely intercept American citizens’ emails?

No.

Rep. Johnson: Does the NSA intercept Americans’ cell phone conversations?

Director Alexander: No.

Google searches?

No.

Text messages?

No.

Amazon.com orders?

No.

Bank records?

No.
How many times can a liar lie in five minutes?


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The government has been spying on Americans for all of the current and most of the past century. Back then, the cross-dressing homosexual pervert FBI Director Hoover was listening in on many a phone call or reading Americans mail.
From his earliest days as FBI director, Hoover had shown a talent for skirting the law. When Franklin Roosevelt encouraged him to look into domestic fascist and communist movements in the late 1930s, Hoover took this as a secret mandate to launch mass intelligence operations. When Congress outlawed wiretapping that same decade, Hoover interpreted the new statute to mean that he should not disclose wiretap evidence in court—then continued to wiretap as part of his ongoing intelligence operations. For Hoover, the sanctity and secrecy of FBI records was always the top concern; if it seemed that a secret program might be exposed, he often tried to shut it down. In at least one case, he allowed a known Soviet spy to walk free rather than take the risk that he would be forced to produce raw FBI reports in front of a jury of citizens.
To this day, no one really knows where that massive amount of information that Hoover gathered on others 'disappeared' to.

“If I had just wanted to harm the U.S., you could shut down the surveillance system in an afternoon, but that’s not my intention,” he said.

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