2-minute video: Snuggly the Security Bear explains NSA metadata spying

Pulitzer Prize editorial cartoonist Mark Fiore’s two-minute video, has Snuggly the Security Bear calm your fears about NSA spying of all Americans’ communications’ metadata.

Reuters has an interesting article alleging sources with details of Edward Snowden’s online comments going back to 2001. Wait, does that mean government spying on Americans goes back at least that far???

President Obama says to trust government to spy on all of us, for our own security, or “we’re going to have some problems” (here, here).

It’s a choice, not a problem: either Americans choose the US Constitution, world peace, and economic abundance, OR un-American dicts by a 1% oligarchy entrenched in “leadership” of government, economics, and media.

The American choice is to arrest obvious criminals; spying is a minor charge compared with the annual millions war-murdered and poverty-slaughtered, billions harmed, and trillions of dollars looted in “emperor has no clothes” obvious War Crimes and economic fraud.

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  • gozounlimited

    Snuggly the Security Bear will be glad to know that all of my thoughts and actions can be found right here! …… No spying required……. If you can read…… you got it buddy…….

    And I am not a liar like this guy…….In testimony before Senate Appropriations Committee members, NSA
    Director General Keith Alexander defended the indefensible. He lied
    doing so. He falsely claimed NSA spying foiled “dozens” of terror plots…… read more: http://www.activistpost.com/2013/06/nsa-chief-lies-to-congress.html

    Or like the corporanazi’s ……… “makers of hardware and software, banks, Internet security providers,
    satellite telecommunications companies” and a whole host of other
    sources are handing over your personal data to federal agencies. The
    truth is that there is so much more to this NSA snooping scandal than
    the American people know so far.” ….. read more: http://www.activistpost.com/2013/06/thousands-of-companies-have-been.html

    And we can’t omit the genocidal nazi fiend…….. Microsoft Waits to Fix Your Software Bugs So the NSA Can Use Them First …… In a move as fiendishly clever as it is galling, Microsoft tells the U.S. government about bugs in its notoriously buggy software before it fixes them so that intelligence agencies can use the vulnerabilities for the purposes of cyberspying….. http://news.yahoo.com/microsoft-waits-fix-software-bugs-nsa-them-first-140237627.html

    Wait a minute I have to reboot……. The hackers have frozen my

    • gozounlimited

      You might want to rethink the Disqus thing…… since Prison Planet went Disqus the whole site has gone down…… come on Carl….. help us out here……..

  • Daisee

    “Dark Side of the Prism”is a Firefox Add-on that provides a soundtrack for our surveilled internet meanderings.The public recently learned that the US National Security Agency’s on-going internet surveillance program, Prism, collects data from users of major websites.Many of us already know that any data we might share– not just Facebook posts, but our search and click pathways and histories– could be compromised, but we do so anyway. We have normalized this ubiquitous surveillance.”Dark Side of the Prism” uses Pink Floyd’s aural prism (Dark Side of the Moon) as a playlist to the NSA’s tracking efforts, serving as an auditory reminder of how our online activities are surveilled. What hypochondriac questions do you Google in the middle of the night; who do you cyberstalk? Consider those missives the lyrical component to our soundtrack. Download the add on from Mozilla: