You don’t have to be black to feel divided and disenfranchised in today’s America.
You only have to be a citizen whose individual rights and freedoms are being taken away on a daily basis by a second-term rogue government led by anti-citizen, anti-American President Barack Obama.
The government is not only spying on your every human move, it brags about spying on you through a complacent and even gleeful mainstream media. Not only does your government spy on all your emails and telephone calls through the billions of dollars supported NSA, they mass track you when you are out in your car driving to your annual check-up. When you use Park and Fly when away visiting grandchildren, the government is rifling through your parked vehicle, courtesy of a high-handed TSA, who, while they can’t keep terrorists from coming in and out of the U.S., stick it to the little people.
Depression is a national threat when you turn on your television for a break and every talking head is jabbering about the power of the government spying on you—without giving you any advice about what to do or where to turn.
“As an aside during testimony on Capitol Hill today, a National Security Agency representative rather casually indicated that the government looks at data from a universe of far, far more people than previously indicated. (The Atlantic Wire, July 17, 2013)If you are a working journalist like Fox News’ James Rosen or a Canada Free Press’ Doug Hagmann, you areunwittingly infecting all your friends with the unshakeable NSA on their tail.
“Chris Inglis, the agency’s deputy director, was one of several government representatives—including from the FBI and the office of the Director of National Intelligence—testifying before the House Judiciary Committee this morning. Most of the testimony largely echoed previous testimony by the agencies on the topic of the government’s surveillance, including a retread of the same offered examples for how the Patriot Act and Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act had stopped terror events.
“But Inglis’ statement was new. Analysts look “two or three hops” from terror suspects when evaluating terror activity, Inglis revealed. Previously, the limit of how surveillance was extended had been described as two hops.
This meant that if the NSA were following a phone metadata or web trail from a terror suspect, it could also look at the calls from the people that suspect has spoken with—one hop. And then, the calls that second person had also spoken with—two hops. Terror suspect to person two to person three. Two hops. And now: A third hop.
“Think of it this way. Let’s say the government suspects you are a terrorist and it has access to your Facebook account. If you’re an American citizen, it can’t do that currently (with certain exceptions)—but for the sake of argument. So all of your friends, that’s one hop. Your friends’ friends, whether you know them or not—two hops.
Your friends’ friends’ friends, whoever they happen to be, are that third hop. That’s a massive group of people that the NSA apparently considers fair game.
“For a sense of scale, researchers at the University of Milan found in 2011 that everyone on the Internet was, on average, 4.74 steps away from anyone else. The NSA explores relationships up to three of those steps.”
Why would a government whose agencies couldn’t stop a Nidal Malik Hassan or Rolling Stone hero Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sic them on an innocent American populace?
The main political strategy behind a government spying on its own people is to dissuade them from and frighten them off communicating.
Civil society is being set up to hear only what the government wants it to hear: their propaganda.
People have always communicated from the pamphleteering days of Thomas Paine, to passing the news around with the tin coffee cup down at the post office stove, to the water cooler and on to today’s emails and social networks.
Had it not been for the American government of Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Forces in World War II General Dwight D. Eisenhower’s day, the public would have gone on believing in the propaganda of Adolf Hitler and not the mass graves from the Nazis’ gas ovens.
“I made the visit deliberately, in order to be in a position to give first-hand evidence of these things if ever, in the future, there develops a tendency to charge these allegations merely to ‘propaganda.’” (General Eisenhower, in describing atrocities “that were beyond the American mind to comprehend,” Germany, 1945).
“During WWII, General Eisenhower ordered every citizen of Gotha, Germany to tour a concentration camp. After seeing the camp, the mayor hanged himself.” (War History Online, Sept. 11, 2012).
The power of communicating in action.
Obama’s multiple, high-handed agencies spy on Blacks, Hispanics and Asians as well as Caucasians. The politicians, who set the agencies up, only get re-elected pretending to care about minorities. Spying is their way of keeping the masses under tight government control.
Mamas, don’t be fooled. Obama personal colleagues like Al Sharpton are there to take your attention away from what is happening to life as a citizen in his self-styled protests in more than 100 American cities. Sharpton is leading American sons and daughters into dangerous situations. What Sharpton is doing will never get George Zimmerman behind bars. Your kids will be sitting it out it in jails waiting for release by lawyers their parents can’t afford, while Sharpton goes home to cuddle with his new girlfriend.
With media pals in tow, the government is dictating what is news. George Zimmerman found Not Guilty by a jury is the only news. A 13-month-old helpless baby shot in the face while in a stroller pushed by his mother in Georgia, is not.
We can no longer kid ourselves about Obama’s intention for the little people in the Fundamental Transformation of America.
It is time to remember that no matter how oppressive a dictatorship, life is about keeping on going.
It will take time, cool heads and planning to eventually toss off the net thrown over the masses by the politicians of all stripes in public office today.
There are no heroes waiting to save you among the politicians of the day. They are trying to hijack you to a hopeless state in order to keep feathering their own nests.
Don’t let them hijack you to hopeless. Your freedom and the future of your children and grandchildren depend on your finding the way to get you and them out of the utter serfdom being planned.
Communicate, no matter how. Seek out others of like mind. Gather your family and friends around you. Pray more fervently than ever before to your Creator.
Get out from underneath Obama’s bus before it’s too late for everyone.
Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
Judi can be emailed at: firstname.lastname@example.org