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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Government Trolls Among Us-They never stop taunting citizens!

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"Nothing can destroy a government more quickly than its failure to observe its own laws, or worse, its disregard of the charter of its own existence."
-- Justice Tom C. Clark


Our Federal Agencies as Outlaws

So many federal agencies are destroying people’s lives under the pretext of enforcing federal law, particularly the Clean Water Act. As a result, they are locking away millions of acres of private land – using the excuse of protecting the environment.

They pretend that occasional mud puddles are wet lands that have to be protected.

They arrest property owners for simply improving their land, claiming they have violated the Clean Water Act. Many property owners have served prison time for nothing more than putting some fill dirt in a ditch.

They block property owners from building on their land.

And they issue crushing fines against property owners, even when there is no proven violation.

They sneak onto private land looking for violations. And sometimes they even manufacture those violations and then arrest the owners.

And when they declare an area of the property to be a wetland, true or not, the property owner can no longer use the land, nor sell it.


Most recently, residents of Riverton, Wyoming were shocked to discover that the EPA had literally given their town to an Indian reservation.

How is that possible? An agency of the federal government cannot just decide to give away a whole town and change the border of a state. Only Congress can do that. Our Federal government is out of control.

Property rights in America – your right to own and control your own property -- are being destroyed by outlaw agencies like the EPA.



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The world is increasingly seeing U.S. cyberpower as a force for evil in the world," says Jason Healey, director of something called the "Cyber Statecraft Initiative" at the Atlantic Council.

Mr. Healey has in mind two things we've chronicled in our virtual pages -- the NSA's PRISM program, which scoops up all manner of Web traffic... and the Stuxnet attack that crippled Iran's nuclear centrifuges.

Cyberwar is largely the province of the NSA -- which guards its own secrets as ardently as it pursues access to your own.

How many times have said your kids should be going cyber security school – not college as there's $16.1 billion set aside for what our military-tech expert Byron King is calling "Web War I”

The U.S. intelligence budget is a black box. All we really know is the feds spend $70-75 billion a year.

How is it split up among the 16 civilian spy agencies? And, the military intelligence spending on top of that? We don't know. Heck, most members of Congress don't know -- all they see is one number lumping everything together. Even the Edward Snowden leaks shed only limited light on the matter.


White House lawyers have given President Obama four options for reining in the National Security Agency's controversial surveillance operations, sources close to the discussions told The Wall Street Journal. The options range from abolishing the domestic-spying program altogether to running it through telephone companies, who would keep the data and only turn it over to the NSA if a specific investigation was underway. Obama advisers have not come to an agreement on which of the four options to recommend, but the options of having Americans' phone data held by private phone companies or another government agency seem the most technically feasible, short of abolishing the program.


DHS has recalled its solicitation for bids by private companies to help the department create a national license-plate database which would allow unlimited access to information obtained from commercial and law enforcement license plate readers (LPRs). DHS wanted to use the database to track fugitive undocumented immigrants and others sought by law enforcement, but the database, which could have contained more than one billion records, raised privacy concerns and questions about the safeguards which would be used to protect innocent citizens.

The dinosaurs are getting desperate.

 Control freaks are in control of governments. This means the only true way to protect oneself is through diversification into various assets: foreign real estate, gold, silver, goods which can be bartered, etc.

The United States as whole resembles the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) did during its existence.

Like the GDR, the US constantly looks bad in the world media. It also looks a bit behind the times...

And its politicians make (or try to make) similar totalitarian decrees as the former German Democratic Republic counterparts. And it loves its spy agencies, especially those who watch its citizens.

Yours in freedom,

Bruce ‘the Poor Man’

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1 comment:

escapeartist said...

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