On Any Given Day, The Average American Going About His Daily Business Will Be Monitored, Surveilled, Spied On And Tracked In More Than 20 Different Ways, By Both Government And Corporate Eyes And Ears

Constitutional and civil rights lawyer John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institutes notes:

On any given day, the average American going about his daily business will be monitored, surveilled, spied on and tracked in more than 20 different ways, by both government and corporate eyes and ears.

We’ve previously documented that the government is spying on everything we dowithout any real benefit or justification (and see this).

(Things are getting worse, and the government will greatly expand its spying in the near future.)

Indeed, experts say that the type of spying being carried out by the NSA and other agencies is exactly the kind of thing which King George imposed on the American colonists … which led to the Revolutionary War.

Why should you care?

Because you – and every other American – has already broken the law numerous times today.

And the mass surveillance programs are really about blackmailing people … including nude photos and sexual activities.

Moreover, government is “laundering” information gained through mass surveillance through other agencies, with an agreement that the agencies will “recreate” the evidence in a “parallel construction” … so they don’t have to admit that the evidence came from unconstitutional spying.

This data laundering is getting worse and worse.

The highest-level NSA whistleblower of all time says that this is the opposite of following the Constitution, and is a “totalitarian process” which shows that we’re in a “police state”. (A second former top NSA official agrees.)

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  • Carl_Herman

    Thank you, GW; yes, it is getting worse. Our “masters” know only one direction: more control, more lies, less love, less respect.

    This will only continue until enough of us demand lawful arrests to end these crimes.

  • The Tale of the Slave – Robert Nozick

    This is a remix, no copyright intended. “The Tale of the Slave” features in Robert Nozick’s book, “Anarchy, State and Utopia”.

    https://youtu.be/uxRSkM8C8z4