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Your Privacy is Gone

Have you been paying attention to the news lately?

Have you seen where your rights are being flushed down the toilet on a daily basis?

I feel like we were safe for a few moments after 9/11.  The government started to look into conversations and into computers where they had never poked their noses before.

Don’t get me wrong here, as you read on, you’ll see that I don’t like people snooping on me, because in the end, I want my privacy respected, but at the beginning of all of this, I thought it was o.k…

Like many of you out there, I wanted terrorists caught, by any means possible.

I wanted those punks who wanted to destroy America to be found… and if that meant wiretapping and all sorts of other ways of spying on our people, then so be it.

The problem is that something went wrong….very wrong.

See, it turns out that the government REALLY liked looking into our lives.  Who doesn’t like spying or snooping on someone else right? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gotten a better deal when negotiating by having… “insider information…”

But the government doing it en masse was a bit of a switch for me.

I think we all saw it coming… the snooping and the lack of privacy… but we chose to ignore it because for a bit, we all thought it made us safer.

Now, it’s gone too far.

At what point do we realize we no longer have the basic freedom to keep our private life private?

Let me give you three examples….

Drones, drones, and drones.

A couple of my friends stateside got speeding tickets because of these pieces of metal that fly through the air.

They literally patrol most major highways now with the planes and sit a couple of cops in one spot a few miles down the road from them to pull you over when you get to them.

I bet people were shocked  when they get nabbed for speeding… Were they wrong for speeding?  Yes… But is it right for the government to be flying remote controlled planes over your head to determine where you are and what you’re doing at all times?  Hell no.

These things are patrolling neighborhoods now; they’re not only watching you when you drive, but also when you sleep, and heck, even when you wake up!

Do they have a right to do this?  Sure!  Because they’re the authority and according to the checks and balances of the authority, they can say and do whatever they want to do.

I’m sure the conversation goes something like this:

Leader 1:  Hey, do you think it’s wrong for us to take away citizens privacy so that we can feel safer?

Leader 2:  Of Course!

Leader 1: Good thing, I was about to worry that we were doing something wrong.

Leader 2: No no…it’s o.k. to take away people’s rights, because we’re in charge, and what we say goes.

And then they increase the level of monitoring on you and your family.

If you live in San Antonio, Texas, you know exactly what I’m talking about.

Students at John Jay High School have been asked to carry I.D. cards that have an RFID chip in them so that the administration can track them.

Can someone please explain to me the purpose of tracking students INSIDE A SCHOOL???

Why in the world would the principle need to know where every student is at all times???

And where does the tracking end? Does it end after school or do they follow the students’ positioning at the movies, the mall, or when they go to sleep as well?

Is there someone in a control room saying this?

Oh look, Billy is at the soda machine… now where’s he going?  The bathroom.  Well, dispatch hall monitors after him to herd him in to his chemistry class… it looks like he’s taking too much time out there and messing around.

The best part about all of this is what happens when the students refuse to get one of these chips stuck to them to be monitored by… they lose their right to vote at Homecoming.

Now, I know what you’re saying… so what?  It’s just Homecoming voting… but THINK ABOUT THIS!!!

And before I say this, I’m no conspiracy guy, I base my opinions off of facts, not fiction…

Doesn’t that sound like something that could happen to our nation?!?!

Look where America is going with voting!  You are now required BY LAW in most states to have a government issued identification card in order to vote.  Now that seems fair because I don’t want someone elected by dead people and animals like they generally are in the city of Chicago…

But think about it… what if the government suddenly added RFID tracking chips to your identification cards (by the way, they’re already in your passports) and required you to carry them with you at all times?

If you didn’t want to carry the cards, guess what?  You lose your right to choose the leaders who are making the rules to extinguish your privacy.

It’s happening folks.  Your rights are being taken away right in front of your eyes. You can’t stop it either.

Your government identification cards will allow the authorities to see where you are at all times.  Then what’s next?

The authority in America is turning into Santa Claus.  First of all, they give lots of presents to their friends and people who don’t deserve it for nothing… but that’s an entirely different piece…  But JUST LIKE SANTA…

They see you when you’re sleeping…

They know when you’re awake…

They know if you’ve been bad or good…

So be good… for goodness sake…

Friends, this is no holiday jingle.  Your privacy is gone.  And now’s the time to do something about it.

A good friend of mine created a program called Privacy War.  And I want you to click here and learn more about it.

Protect yourself now, before you lose what little you have left.

2 comments

  1. I watched the broadcast on the school and they have convinced the students that its a good thing. Even sadder. Dumb them down. Who is John Galt AAAA?

  2. This website is for the criminally insane. Honestly…I’ve never read such nonsense in my life!! Can’t believe the sheeple follow this junk.

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