Ever notice how the controllers like to say “This shouldn’t be a problem if you have nothing to hide” while they relentlessly probe your entire life? Yet, who is the first to cry “National Security!” when they are hiding stuff? Uh-huh.
The latest iteration of this is the secret impeachment hearings of President Trump. Let me see… if I remember right, when Bill Clinton was impeached everything was trotted out for all to see. The fact is so much of what our government does these days is behind closed doors and/or redacted so much one can barely find three words per page on “official” documents. That is IF they deign to release any information at all.
Recent FISA court proceedings have shown government officials lie not only to the American people but to the very courts that rubber-stamp their dirty dealings. But that’s not all. “Oh NO!” they say, “The Steele Dossier was just part of the evidence used to indict Carter Page.” Umm… no, it wasn’t. The Steele Dossier was all they had as is now revealed.
The long and the short of it is, I for one, am tired of all the nonsense. The government of these United States has no right to privacy. We American citizens have every right to privacy. Somehow this has gotten turned around. It is time to reverse this wrong and put things right.
As far as I am concerned we can do away entirely with the National Security Agency, the CIA, the FBI and every other useless “intelligence” and “federal law enforcement” employee we pay for. Wait!? The FBI? Yes, even them. Recent revelations reveal even the FBI’s touted forensic science isn’t all it is cracked up to be. If fact much of the “science” is now in doubt. Why pay for bad science? If enough of us insist on federal law enforcement than fine, we can have one – just one. That is enough. We do not need to pay citizens, or non-citizens for that matter, to spy on us. We do not need them to pour over our phone records, examine our purchases, watch our every move and movement. That’s what marketers are for.