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    Re: The government is spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, etc.

    who gives a ****, mine stays in my pocket except when I am on it, is he saying Obama and company have a crotch fetish?

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    Re: The government is spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Invisible View Post
    Did you even bother looking at the embedded links? It links to the New York Times, Business Week, Business Insider, Der Spiegel, Pro Publica, and the Wall Street Journal just to name a few sources.
    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Of course he didn't. Does he ever look at anything before he starts running his trap. It's full of documentation.
    He specialises in bad-mouthing blogs.

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    Re: The government is spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    who gives a ****, mine stays in my pocket except when I am on it, is he saying Obama and company have a crotch fetish?
    Too funny dude. Does your car and your bus and your tv and your computer stay in your pocket, too?

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    Re: The government is spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Invisible View Post
    I am not trying to push blogs as breaking news. When did I say that?
    Look at it this way... If someone posted an Alex Jones article in breaking news, is one expected to check all of the sources and determine which were distorted, which lacked credibility and which were somewhat linked to reality? No. Dismissing a list of links from a CT blog is not a debate. The source is not credible.

    The source is crap and this is not breaking news; still, if you'd like to debate some aspect or issue raised, fine. What ya got?


    While I utterly despise Alex Jones, I have found Washington's Blog to be a generally good site, even if I don't agree with what they say on everything.

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    Re: The government is spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Invisible View Post
    Why not actually look at the information being presented before immediately dismissing it?
    Did you notice the constitution free zone near the bottom of the report by the ACLU, a 100 mile corridor from the coast and boarders?

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    Re: The government is spying on us through our computers, phones, cars, buses, etc.

    The Lone Ranger’s story builds a literal bridge from past to present to understand our real-world US oligarchs’ lies and false flag attacks to take land and resources.
    Plot:...

    Our real-world US oligarchs in government, money, and media continue to lie and stage false flag attacks to war-steal land and resources. They, too, pretend that “terrorists” are enemies rather than their own creations to justify their wars and looting.
    From history to the present:...
    Lone Ranger film review: false-flag attacks by US oligarchs for genocide, resource control | Washington's Blog


    hahaha



    Physician Dahlia Wasfi’s powerful speech featured in TheParadigmShift 2009 video. Our only apparent solution: the 99% demanding arrests of obvious US War Criminals (video has images of US war-murders):

    This is sending the poor of this country to kill the poor of those Muslim countries. This is trading blood for oil. This is genocide. And to most of the world, we are the terrorists. In these times, remaining silent on our responsibility to the world and its future is criminal. And in light of our complicity in the supreme crimes against humanity in Iraq and Afghanistan, and ongoing violations of the U.N. Charter in International Law, how dare any American criticize the actions of legitimate resistance to illegal occupation.

    Our so-called enemies in Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine, our other colonies around the world, and our inner cities here at home, are struggling against the oppressive hand of empire, demanding respect for their humanity. They are labeled insurgents or terrorists for resisting rape and pillage by the white establishment, but they are our brothers and sisters in the struggle for justice. The civilians at the other end of our weapons don’t have a choice, but American soldiers have choices. And while there may have been some doubt 5 years ago, today we know the truth. Our soldiers don’t sacrifice for duty-honor-country, they sacrifice for Kellogg Brown & Root.
    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/

    That's the lead article.
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