Will the spying on American citizens ever stop? It’s about to expand even more and its starting to get creepy. Here is another story of how our privacy is being violated. In this day and age government is not the solution. Government is the problem. Just remember PRIVACY IS FREEDOM.
Now the U.S. Post Office is recording all mail sent to you.
You and only you should have the right to give information you want your friends, family, co-workers and others to see that is personal about you. If you put on a NSA shirt and stand outside a random house with binoculars I wonder how long you would be standing there before someone would drag you of to jail? Probably not long at all. It’s no different.
Just like the TSA can grope your kids and your wives but if any stranger went and did the same thing to your kids or wife you would have them put in jail. This is called conditioning folks. By the way where do they find these people who want to grope men, woman and children? I’ll tell you where. They get them straight out of prison. Felons. As ABC reports here.
These are the people keeping us safe from “Al Qaeda” and terrorism. We are funding Al Qaeda to fight for us in Syria. So the surveillance is no longer needed to spy on them. So they are using it on you and me. If they keep the boogie man alive they can justify 51% of the American budget going towards national security and war. This keeps the lobbyists and Zionists who want a New World Order very happy. Wake Up America.
Back to the post office spying on you.
The Story goes that Leslie James Pickering got something odd in his mail. A handwritten card, apparently delivered by mistake, with instructions for postal workers to pay special attention to the letters and packages sent to his home.
“Show all mail to supv” — supervisor — “for copying prior to going out on the street,” read the card. It also had all Pickering’ information and the type of mail that needed to be monitored. The word “confidential” was highlighted in green.
“In the past, mail covers were used when you had a reason to suspect someone of a crime,” said Mark D. Rasch, the former director of the Justice Department’s computer crime unit, who worked on several fraud cases using mail covers. “Now it seems to be ‘Let’s record everyone’s mail so in the future we might go back and see who you were communicating with.’ Essentially you’ve added mail covers on millions of Americans.”
Bruce Schneier, a computer security expert and an author, said whether it was a postal worker taking down information or a computer taking images, the program was still an invasion of privacy.
“Basically they are doing the same thing as the other programs, collecting the information on the outside of your mail, the metadata, if you will, of names, addresses, return addresses and postmark locations, which gives the government a pretty good map of your contacts, even if they aren’t reading the contents,” he said.
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