Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Why Does Congress Want To Legalize The NSA's Warrantless Surveillance Program?

This seems rather obvious to those of us who have been illegally spied upon by the NSA under its warrantless surveillance program for decades. If Congress allows this spy program to become legal, than the NSA can use its satellite based and computer driven electronic brain link technology to legally remote neural monitor the minds of all American citizens -- something which the NSA has been doing illegally for roughly thirty years.

Which is why John St. Clair Akwei's lawsuit against the NSA must continue to be promulgated here in the United States, as well as around the rest of the world. No citizen of any country would ever stand for their own government using a satellite to both spy on them within the privacy of their own home, or remotely access their thoughts by way of a supercomputer -- something that I have and continue to be subjected to.

So the answer here is simple enough. Once you learn about this mind raping technology, you can either propagate John Akwei's information about the NSA, or you can remain silent, and end up as a satellite prisoner. Just remember, that there are many of us who are warning the public about this technology in an effort to expose the NSA's crimes globally. So you can either take part in exposing the greatest crime against humanity in the history of human kind, or remain silent and eventually enslaved by this technology.

Read more about the Nazi run NSA and its Orwellian crimes against humanity here:

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