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22 Nauseating Quotes From Hypocritical Establishment Politicians About The NSA Spying Scandal

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Establishment PoliticiansEstablishment politicians from both major political parties are rushing to defend the NSA and condemn whistleblower Edward Snowden.  They are attempting to portray Edward Snowden as a “traitor” and the spooks over at the NSA that are snooping on all of us as “heroes”.  In fact, many of the exact same politicians that once railed against government spying during the Bush years are now staunchly defending it now that Obama is in the White House.  But it isn’t just Democrats that are acting shamefully.  Large numbers of Republican politicians that love to give speeches about “freedom” and “liberty” are attempting to eviscerate the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.  The government is not supposed to invade our privacy and investigate us unless there is probable cause to do so.  Apparently many of our politicians misunderstood when they read the novel 1984 by George Orwell.  It wasn’t supposed to be an instruction manual.  We should be thanking Edward Snowden for exposing the deep corruption that is eating away at our own government like cancer.  Now the American people need to pick up the ball and start demanding answers, because without a doubt we are going to see establishment politicians from both major political parties try to shut this scandal down.  Establishment Democrats and establishment Republicans both love the Big Brother surveillance grid that the U.S. government has constructed, and they are both making it abundantly clear that they will defend the NSA to the very end.  The following are 22 nauseating quotes from hypocritical establishment politicians that show exactly how they feel about the NSA spying scandal…

#1 Barack Obama: “I think it’s important to understand that you can’t have 100 percent security and then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience. We’re going to have to make some choices as a society.”

#2 Barack Obama in 2007: “This Administration also puts forward a false choice between the liberties we cherish and the security we demand… That means no more illegal wire-tapping of American citizens. No more national security letters to spy on citizens who are not suspected of a crime. No more tracking citizens who do nothing more than protest a misguided war. No more ignoring the law when it is inconvenient. That is not who we are. And it is not what is necessary to defeat the terrorists… We will again set an example for the world that the law is not subject to the whims of stubborn rulers, and that justice is not arbitrary.”

#3 Speaker Of The House John Boehner on what he thinks about NSA leaker Edward Snowden: “He’s a traitor.”

#4 U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham: “I hope we follow Mr. Snowden to the ends of the Earth to bring him to justice.”

#5 U.S. Senator Al Franken: “I can assure you, this is not about spying on the American people.”

#6 Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid: “For senators to complain that they didn’t know this was happening, we had many, many meetings that have been both classified and unclassified that members have been invited to”

#7 U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell: “Given the scope of these programs, it’s understandable that many would be concerned about issues related to privacy. But what’s difficult to understand is the motivation of somebody who intentionally would seek to warn the nation’s enemies of lawful programs created to protect the American people. And I hope that he is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”

#8 U.S. Representative Peter King on why he believes that reporters should be prosecuted for revealing NSA secrets: “There is an obligation both moral, but also legal, I believe, against a reporter disclosing something which would so severely compromise national security.”

#9 Director of National Intelligence James Clapper making a joke during an awards ceremony last Friday night: “Some of you expressed surprise that I showed up—so many emails to read!”

#10 Director Of National Intelligence James Clapper about why he lied about NSA spying in front of Congress: “I responded in what I thought was the most truthful, or least untruthful manner”

#11 National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden: “The president has full faith in director Clapper and his leadership of the intelligence community”

#12 White House press secretary Jay Carney: “…Clapper has been straight and direct in the answers that he’s given, and has actively engaged in an effort to provide more information about the programs that have been revealed through the leak of classified information”

#13 Dianne Feinstein, the chairwoman of the Senate intelligence committee: “There is no more direct or honest person than Jim Clapper.”

#14 Gus Hunt, the chief technology officer at the CIA: “We fundamentally try to collect everything and hang onto it forever.”

#15 Barack Obama: “Nobody is listening to your telephone calls.”

#16 Keith Alexander, director of the National Security Agency: “We do not see a tradeoff between security and liberty.”

#17 An exchange between NSA director Keith Alexander and U.S. Representative Hank Johnson in March 2012…

JOHNSON: Does the NSA routinely intercept American citizens’ emails?


JOHNSON: Does the NSA intercept Americans’ cell phone conversations?


JOHNSON: Google searches?


JOHNSON: Text messages?


JOHNSON: orders?


JOHNSON: Bank records?


#18 Deputy White House press secretary Dana Perino: “The intelligence activities undertaken by the United States government are lawful, necessary and required to protect Americans from terrorist attacks”

#19 U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss: “This is nothing new.  It has proved meritorious because we have gathered significant information on bad guys and only on bad guys over the years.”

#20 Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton on NSA leaker Edward Snowden: “Let me ask, who died and made him king? Who gave him the authority to endanger 300 million Americans? That’s not the way it works, and if he thinks he can get away with that, he’s got another think coming.”

#21 Senior spokesman for the NSA Don Weber: “Given the nature of the work we do, it would be irresponsible to comment on actual or alleged operational issues; therefore, we have no information to provide”

#22 The White House website: “My administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in government. We will work together to ensure the public trust and establish a system of transparency, public participation, and collaboration.”

Right now, the NSA is building a data collection center out in Utah that is so massive that it is hard to describe with words.  It is going to cost 40 million dollars a year just to provide the energy needed to run it.  According to a 2012 Wired article entitled “The NSA Is Building the Country’s Biggest Spy Center (Watch What You Say)“, this data center will contain “the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and Google searches” in addition to “parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases” and anything else that the NSA decides to collect…

Under construction by contractors with top-secret clearances, the blandly named Utah Data Center is being built for the National Security Agency. A project of immense secrecy, it is the final piece in a complex puzzle assembled over the past decade. Its purpose: to intercept, decipher, analyze, and store vast swaths of the world’s communications as they zap down from satellites and zip through the underground and undersea cables of international, foreign, and domestic networks. The heavily fortified $2 billion center should be up and running in September 2013. Flowing through its servers and routers and stored in near-bottomless databases will be all forms of communication, including the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and Google searches, as well as all sorts of personal data trails—parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other digital “pocket litter.” It is, in some measure, the realization of the “total information awareness” program created during the first term of the Bush administration—an effort that was killed by Congress in 2003 after it caused an outcry over its potential for invading Americans’ privacy.

The goal is to know as much about everyone on the planet as possible.

And the NSA does not keep this information to itself.  As an article in USA Today recently reported, the NSA shares the data that it collects with other government agencies “as a matter of practice”…

As a matter of practice, the NSA regularly shares its information — known as “product” in intelligence circles — with other intelligence groups.

So when the NSA collects information about you, there is a very good chance that the FBI, the CIA, the Department of Homeland Security and the IRS will have access to it as well.

But the U.S. government is not the only one collecting data on American citizens.

Guess who else has been collecting massive amounts of data on the American people?

Barack Obama.

According to those that have seen it, the “Obama database” is unlike anything that any politician has ever put together before.  According to, U.S. Representative Maxine Waters says that this database “will have information about everything on every individual”…

“The president has put in place an organization that contains a kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life,” she added. “That’s going to be very, very powerful.”

Martin asked if Waters if she was referring to “Organizing for America.”

“That’s right, that’s right,” Waters said. “And that database will have information about everything on every individual in ways that it’s never been done before.”

Waters said the database would also serve future Democratic candidates seeking the presidency.

Perhaps this helps to explain why so many big donors got slapped with IRS audits immediately after they wrote big checks to the Romney campaign.

We are being told to “trust” Barack Obama and the massive government surveillance grid that is being constructed all around us, but there has been example after example of government power being grossly abused in recent years.

A lot of Americans say that they do not care if the government is watching them because they do not have anything to hide, but is there anyone out there that would really not mind the government watching them and listening to them 24 hours a day?

For example, it has been documented that NSA workers eavesdropped on conversations between U.S. soldiers serving in Iraq and their loved ones back home.  Some of these conversations involved very intimate talk between husbands and wives.  The following is from a 2008 ABC News story

Faulk says he and others in his section of the NSA facility at Fort Gordon routinely shared salacious or tantalizing phone calls that had been intercepted, alerting office mates to certain time codes of “cuts” that were available on each operator’s computer.


“Hey, check this out,” Faulk says he would be told, “there’s good phone sex or there’s some pillow talk, pull up this call, it’s really funny, go check it out. It would be some colonel making pillow talk and we would say, ‘Wow, this was crazy’,” Faulk told ABC News.


Faulk said he joined in to listen, and talk about it during breaks in Back Hall’s “smoke pit,” but ended up feeling badly about his actions.

Is this really what we want the future of America to look like?

Do we really want the government to watch us and listen to us during our most intimate moments?

Feel free to express what you think about this NSA spying scandal by posting a comment below…

  • I am thankful that Romney didn’t win the election. Had he won, the press would be projecting the scandals of the Obama years on the right. The sad result of our partisan nature is that many people only see a problem when it exists in the other party.

    But the two parties are identical in form: Both parties spout populist messages when they are out of power but work for economic and political consolidation when they are in power.

    I really hope people wake up and realize the way that the political machine works to strangle freedom in both parties.

    • 2Gary2

      yep you are correct

    • markthetruth

      One thing is for Sure, While both parties are Strangling us, one thing that is a Constant is they have plenty of Parties on us !!!

      the end…

    • markthetruth

      One Thing That Is Bad About Micheal’s Article Is After Reading it ,,,

      I Had To Throw UP !!!!!

      the end…

  • cheesecake

    I am sick and tired of reading and hearing about all this sh*t. I have had it. Bring it on suckers. Come on collapse, come on riots, come on revolt. I don’t want to hear anymore frickin lies! No-one will touch Obama. He will get away with it all. They are way too afraid of the black people rioting to accuse Obama of any wrong doing. Guess what? I am not a racist either. Obama is the racists that is inciting race wars. This guy Obama is bad medicine for our country regardless of his skin color. Peace out for now!

    • Timbo

      In actuality Obama is more white than black. Even Moochelle has said he is white from the waist down.

  • K

    Great article. If this does not prove, that both major political parties are the enemy of America. I just do not know what will. If we manage to make it to the next election. And this Country, puts these same traitors back in. I am done. I will accept that America is gone, and never returning.

    • Shmeggle Marxist

      sadly I agree

    • Ayn Rand

      It may return, if we fight hard enough.

      • K

        Ayn, I respect your intelligence. So let me ask you a question. If you can not get people to peacefully vote the traitors out? An act, that would cost them nothing. How would you get them to fight? An act that could cost them their lives. Not a happy thought.But I believe the question is valid.

        • MitchL

          Simply put, at the moment they believe they have nothing to gain or lose; it is to early to ask the average peasent to act, regardless of the impending circumstances. Once the masses truly recognize the ineluctable costs of our current path, then we will change our ways as a society. That is assuming it is not too late, and that the roots of social indoctrination can be supplanted.

          • K

            Well stated. It is my belief with the coma the general population is in. It will be too late.

        • Donald Wilson

          Many of the voters have been bought and paid for. Either with food stamps, welfare or some other form of enticement.

          • Ralfine

            How much safer will it be, if you cut all food stamps and social welfare?

            (But still keep corporate welfare.)

          • Donald Wilson

            All forms of welfare will eventually be reduced or eliminated including corporate welfare. This will happen when the economy crashes.

        • Ayn Rand

          When it all goes down, the big takeover/collapse, people will be forced to choose a side. You have to either choose tyranny or liberty. I figure that if we can get enough people to choose liberty, we just might win.

          • K

            I truly hope you are right. Just remember at first, there will be no choosing of sides. When people realise that supplies have stopped coming in,they will start to panic. When the power goes down, then the chaos begins. It will pretty much be, everyone for themselves .In most of the conflicts I know of. The chaos ends when available supplies, more closely match the number of people who need them. I bet you can figure out how that usually happens. Survive the chaos, now you get to choose sides and organise.

        • Mondobeyondo

          It may already be too far gone. People will jam the phone lines to vote for their favorite “American Idol” contestant, but will not jam the phone lines to protest against their politicians – their very own representatives who (supposedly) represent them!

    • Donald Wilson

      Amen brother.

  • markthetruth

    John Boehner is a Useless Republican

    • Justice Speeks

      Not kindergarten…the gallows.

      • markthetruth

        I just figured he’s such a wimp the Little kids could steal his Play doh and Lunch money !

        the end…

    • Donald Wilson

      The speaker of the house is a freaking TOAD. Completely and utterly worthless.

  • sequoia

    All of the people in the con-gress and senate are prostitutes. They have been bought and paid off by big corporations and special interest groups.

    The presstitutes who give us the mainstream news are also bought up and paid off by the same special interest groups that controll the government.

    Most of the Amerikan sheeple get their news and info

    from the Amerikan presstitutes and believe it.

    Back in the days of George w Bush’s war of choice and business in Iraq,Al Franken had a radio show that exposed Bush and his crimes. But now,since Obummer is president,all of these war crimes seem to be OK.

    What a HYPOCRITE. He is a Prosstitute,because he has also sold himself to special interest groups and since Obummer is his Democrap party president,everything is OK with him.

  • GSOB

    I love RP

    He sums things up.
    He is worried they may kill Edward Snowden with a drone.

    Ron Paul,

    I wish you well man.
    Seems to me, you’re the best man for the job.

  • not me

    Every Institution acts to protect itself!

  • John Nikson

    Its not just USA do such collection of data,, almost every country do that,, some who are rich like USA will invest heavily n collect all kind data,, some average countries do minimum collection of data. Scandals in data collection occurs in all countries,,

    • Jason

      So that makes it OK to do it then?
      Its not right whoever does it, but the US specificaly protects the rights of its people through the founding constitution and that is what this is all really about and that NO other country is lucky enough to have these rights set out for all people, for all time!
      That is the very real difference. If it happened in another country, it would just be a dictatorship doing what it always does, but America was founded as free, for the people and that HAS been taken away!

      • John Nikson

        Its not about agree or disagree ,, off course every country has some kind of constitution,, look at saudi arabia,, their constitution is sharia laws,, lol,, who made constitutions,, some group of people,, they add words of freedom, free speech,, etc to sweet ppl mind n heart ,, finally if people disobey law govt punish ,, what if govt disobey law ? no one gona punish govt,, cause govt is elected by people,, this democracy is very tricky ,, but better than communism,, lets say,, how govt elected,, total votes votes not exceed more than 80% max,, in that who crosses 50% will form govt ,, so finally 30%-40% votes from all will be elected as govt ,, rest 60% even dont elect that govt ,, every system has flaws,, if there is anything we can do is,, to make sure we are safer by ourself,,

  • HikerDave

    This whole thing is a puzzle to me. Snowden needs find a good lawyer who will dig deep… cuz I new about this Verizon snooping OVER A YEAR AGO!. Maybe he has more info to let out but this announcement of his was no surprise to me. I wish I could remember where I read it.

  • Ralfine

    “I think it’s important to understand that you can’t have 100 percent security and then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience. We’re
    going to have to make some choices as a society.”

    Well, he is right. You need to make CHOICES.
    Would you like more convenience, more privacy or more security?

    Could maybe more security be reached by different means? Like providing less motivation to potential attackers? Maybe killing less innocent children and parents by drones?

    Or occupying potential thieves with a 9-5 job every day?

    Using less taxpayers money to buy drones could even free some of that money to provide potential vandals with swimming pools to spend their spare time getting exhausted.

    • Jason

      Instead, we get 100% loss of privacy, still get attacks on our security and loose all our rights.
      If people stand up against what is happening, watch all the “false flag” attacks step up domesticly, blamed on *insert name of whoever is the chosen boggy man here*, and people will be screaming out again to have their liberties taken away again by the very people who created the boggy man attack.

  • Ralfine

    Maybe it’s about time to publish intimate details of all those senators who have nothing to hide.

    Maybe their Cayman Islands bank accounts?

    • Mondobeyondo

      Just let Congress pass a law making it illegal to investigate the personal affairs of senators and representatives… hmmm.

  • chilller

    The ends do not justify the means…

  • Ralfine

    This Saturday people in Hong Kong will march in support of Edward Snowden.

    These are the same people who in 2003 put 700,000 people (10% of the population of Hong Kong) on a protest march against a “Homeland Security Law” in Hong Kong.

    • glamandvamp

      I like this, good for them!

  • seth datta

    Democrat. Republican. FBI. NSA. CIA.
    Conservative. Labour. Lib Dem.


  • FounderChurch

    Founderchurch says, we have been building a police state for at least the last 75 years.Democrats are most aggressive in doing so but both parties have supported this it.

    it is part of the decline of the American people morally.are birth rate has been falling since 1850.and now we are not even replacing our self.

    Hey people that will murder their own children have no morals and no ethics whatsoever no wonder we have a government that is a dictatorship.the solution is religious in nature.if you want to have a chance to reverse this trend you’d better start planting churches and reading the Bible.and to do this you have to organize yourself and discipline can contact founderchurch at founderchurch at gmail.

    • Jason

      Religion provided the original template of control that this has all been built upon. Look into the history of religion, churches and power. They are no different to what this articsl is highlighting. Religion has perverted tge bible for their own ends and none of it resembles what was habded down.
      And all religions have this problem, not just christianity, though by far, christianity is the most refined at controlling people through religion.
      Go along to any church and just listen and watch the hypocrisy. If you can be honest with yourself, you will see it.

      • sequoia


        What you said is true.Relgions are here to controll the people,,just like the political parties.
        People need to read the bible for themselves and have a personal relationship with God.

        As Gerald Celente says that the change begins with the individual.

        We all need to rise up to the best we can be as human beings,in a loving and humane way.

        When we open our eyes physically and spiritually, then we will NOT put up with this crap that is going on.

        As long as the Amerikan Sheeple put up with this crap,things are only going to get worse.

        • Jason

          Glad to see one person awake.
          Its funny to watch everyone try and protect their religion, political party and whatever else they have been taught to hold onto to show their identity. These beliefs have been instigated and nutured by those very people who have taken control so that common ground can not be found be the masses with which to fight back. Everyones been sold a different part of the turd but some how think their piece is special and never realise a piece of turd is still a turd.
          Divided they fall!
          Got to take your hat off to those instigating the whole thing, they know people inside and out and exert power and control in such a masterful way. They would never allow political or religious ideology differences to interfere with moving towards control. They truely are illuminated and have long ago moved passed the senselessness of all the petty trappings.
          Until everyone else can collectivly grasp this basic fact, there will be no sustained movement of change.
          And people wonder why so few can control so many.

    • John

      “Democrats are most aggressive in doing so”

      Its funny how the right wants to forget that it was bush jr. who started the War on Terror & let 911 happen. Just about the whole church joined him in this war, in complete violation to God’s Word.

      Punishment starts at His house first & most of His house is in america. The church has brought punishment on itself thru disobedience.

      Repent & sin no more is what Jesus told everyone. The church has lost its salt.

      • FounderChurch

        Wilson FDR Truman JFK Clinton and Obama have been the main creators of our present police state. Check them out.

        • Jason

          Seeing as both sides are controlled from behind the scenes and the main thrust stays the same through time with only the window dressings changing to give the illusion thatthe voter has control, I find that very hard to believe that its only 1 side to blame. BO has only built upon GBs foundations, the same ashe built upon those that come before him right back through history. Its been a gradual erosion through history of rights from all sides so as not to spook the sheeple into stampede. Now as the gate is shut on the pen,there is a little stirring as the fence can suddenly been seen on 3 sides of the pen and the gate swinging closed but just like sheep in a pen, this little flurry of activity will soon dissapear and the short memories will soon forget that there was ever anything outside those 4 fences that now make the pen and go back to watching MTV and hope for a better life like the celebs they all look up to, whilst still believing each 4yrs like they have some control over a 2 candidate, 1 party (the elitist party) system

  • Tim

    “For example, it has been documented that NSA workers eavesdropped on conversations between U.S. soldiers serving in Iraq and their loved ones back home. Some of these conversations involved very intimate talk between husbands and wives.”

    That is absolutely outrageous.

    Hey, NSA workers, I hope you’re reading this. Very soon you will answer for your wicked deeds when you stand before the Judge of All The Earth.

    • Ralfine

      And you think this fear mongering helps?

      • Tim

        It’s likely that the intelligence establishment reads this blog, so what better way to warn them. Furthermore, the Lord may grant repentance to someone out there through the means of my warning.

        “For we are unto God a sweet savour of Christ, in them that are saved, and in them that perish: To the one we are the savour of death unto death; and to the other the savour of life unto life. And who is sufficient for these things?” 2 Cor. 2:15-16

        • Ralfine

          And what if they don’t believe in your god the same way as you do?

          You couldn’t scare ME with the tooth fairy or Beetle Juice.

          • kathy k

            To bad for u & them

          • cabinfool

            Bingo. I laugh at those that believe that the bad NSA eavesdropper will suffer in some kind of hell. LOL. These people have resigned rational, real time thinking by invoking the ” ‘god’ will get you in the end” rhetoric.

  • JulRan

    Yesterday afternoon on Fox’s Megyn Kelly show, Peter King (R-NY) said, “Too many conservatives have become Michael Moores on this NSA thing.”

  • Excalibur

    “22 Nauseating Quotes From Hypocritical Establishment Politicians About The NSA Spying Scandal” – is exactly why more Snowden’s need to step forward.

  • FJL

    A very stupid president led by small weenied and scared puppet handlers answering only to the powerful military industrial complex allowed our country to be hit 12 years ago and that is when most of these issues started. By every definition Obama is a republican who is carrying on these anti- Constitutional policies. The hundreds of billions of dollars going to the for profit private companies spying on us is out of control and appalling. We are officially a Banana Republic Oligarch.

    • cabinfool

      Well said.

  • MarkO

    Air China jetliner collided with something Tuesday night at 26,000 ft,— far too high for a bird. The object was big enough and heavy enough to cave in the nose of the plane and leave a huge scrape.
    Maybe a drone looking for Snowden???

  • Justice Speeks

    The Constitution is now officially dead.

  • John

    an American think tank came out during the Boston massacre & stated that Clinton, Bush Jr. & Obama are all guilty of war crimes. The news media did not report this.

    Both parties are protecting one another.

  • Buckaroo

    Legalities aside, the scope of the PRISM program threatens those professions which are bound by ethical canons to keep client information confidential. Doctors and lawyers come to mind. Regardless of the law, ethics may mandate that these professions no longer transmit sensitive client records or information electronically due to government surveillance. Surprisingly, the media has yet to pick up on the ethical dilemma that PRISM creates for these types of professions. Electronic medical records were supposed to be a major part of the government’s plan for reducing healthcare costs. Shouldn’t medical ethics prohibit using electronic medical record transmission because of PRISM?

  • erheault

    Adolph Hitler had the brown shirts we seem to have the political parties doing the same things that they mastered mind control of a entire nation, You will notice how well that ended.

  • oUCH

    Mac – why the new comment procedure ? I refuse to use Disqus, Facebook, Twitter or Google since we all know they are all in bed with the very people this story is about.. good timing..

  • Thomas Hildebrand

    “”Have you not felt these pangs, O earth?!

    Have you not recoiled in pain, O heavens?!

    Has not fear grabbed hold of you, O mighty nations?!…


    I am calling all peoples to repent and to turn! My face is turned against you! My shoulders are set! My hand is stretched forward!… WOE! WOE! WOE! TO THOSE WHO DWELL UPON THE EARTH! The fire is kindled!… All flesh shall burn!

    I shall strike the animals, and they shall rage against you! I shall strike the waters, and they shall rise up against you! From bitterness to the raging of the seas, the waters shall oppress you!… Death shall increase quickly!

    I shall strike the mountains, and they shall speak and bring forth a great noise! They shall consume you and bury your cities! I shall strike the heavens, and it shall rain down fire and flooding rain, with a great multitude of hail!

    Lo, even the detestable birds who dwell there shall descend upon you, and torment you seven days! I shall strike the core of the earth, and it shall be shaken! And all manner of plagues shall ascend upon you from beneath!…

    For I am The Lord who reigns!…

    He who laid the foundations!…

    He who formed it and causes to be!…

    Behold, I am also He, who shall bring forth a swift end!

    For the whole earth is but a footstool beneath My feet!… A rock in My hand, made of limestone!… Easily broken!

    A great war has broken forth! The battle is waged! Yet The Lord’s hand is not at all weakened… Behold, My strength is increased, and My wrath overflows My cup!… I AM COMING DOWN!

    I shall rob, and I shall pillage, and I shall surely take My spoil! I shall oppress the oppressors and conquer the land! I shall kill the generals, and slaughter the captains, and tear all mighty men to pieces!… FOR STRONG IS THE LORD!”” -says THE LORD.



    Hear the WORD of the LORD spoken to THIS modern generation!…

    Letters from God and His Christ, given to a modern man for modern man’s sake!

    TrumpetCallofGodonline . com

  • FounderChurch

    A teaching from FounderChurch for all the Atheists and Heathens out there.

    Churches have aped Government from time to time. BUT they are basically the best friends Freedom has. Kings ALWAYS warred against religion.

    Note Hitler Stalin Po Pol Mao Castro Nero Pharaoh Assad Herod and Obama to name only a few.

  • davidnrobyn

    Edward Snowden knew he was a dead man when he decided to come out with these things. He gave up everything at age 29 to let the public know what is happening. Make no mistake, the PTB will not allow him to escape. Even if public pressure is brought to bear and they are forced to pardon or give him amnesty, he will be “suicided” at a time and place of the NSA’s and CIA’s choosing. It may be 5 or 10 years down the road, but it will happen. The reptiles in charge will exact their revenge, of that I’m sure. And sanctuary in a place like Iceland, for example, will be no protection. They can put agents on every corner in that country. Or anywhere else on earth, for that matter. Snowden knows that.

    • Mondobeyondo

      Three words that may help Ed Snowden in his future endeavors – if he’s lucky enough to make it back on U.S. soil::

      Witness Protection Program.

  • Jarrod Dowell

    Not all of “The Snowden Files” (feel free to use that) have been released by the press yet. Maybe they are sitting on some pretty juicy info, just waiting for the right time to throw the next punch.

    • Mondobeyondo

      Ah yes. “The Snowden Files”… has a nice ring to it. Kind of like “The Pentagon Papers”.

      There may even be a TV series! James Garner could play Snowden. Oh wait, that was “The Rockford Files”.

      • Jarrod Dowell

        I love sarcasm!!!!!!!

  • ???

    Know what else used to be legal? Slavery. I dream of an America where one day, these surveillance statists and military-industrialists will be viewed with the same scorn as the KKK.

  • Mondobeyondo

    Barack Obama: “I think it’s important to understand that you can’t have 100 percent security and then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience. We’re going to have to make some choices as a society.”

    What choices, sir? Hey, I know! Since we can’t have 100 percent security AND 100 percent privacy, let’s have ZERO percent LIBERTY!

    Yeah. Don’t laugh, we’re well on our way there.

    • K

      Oh, I thought the choices he was referring to was. Shut up or be silenced.

  • RDH2ndsurvivor

    This is not the country I grew up in. It may be too late to stop the Tyranny to come. The Marxist in Chief seems to have achieved all the levers of control necessary!!!

  • shirley

    Outrageous, knew it would happen. End times are here


    look for my name in google for avoid crash in August 2013 in Wall Street. Warrants puts, in english too, translator

  • Ralfine

    We can all save a lot of money and efforts making backups. Just ask the NSA to check their archives when you accidentally deleted that cute picture of your baby in nappies.


    In the name of protecting our rights our government is violating our rights. I feel like the muslim girl that got raped and took her complaint to the tribal council. Since she didn’t have four witnesses to the rape the council sentenced her to be raped by the members of the council. Where are we living?

    When George Bush first enacted the patriot act the liberals screamed bloody murder, how it was a major intrusion on the rights of US Citizens. Now, that Obama, the Justice Department and the NSA have expanded the power of the patriot act to the nth degree all they can say is, “I don’t believe Obama did anything illegal if he only collected the information, but didn’t listen to it or look at it.” Every democrat politician is only interested in acquiring power. And most of the republican politicians, too.

    I believe FISA laws allow viewing the information collected on a US Citizen, without a warrant, if they are communicating with somebody in a foreign country. If Obama wants to open your file all he has to do is have somebody call you from a foreign country, show that to a FISA judge and I’m guessing your records are opened.

    • Bad Kitty Cat

      Easier still… just sell something on Ebay to someone outside the US (or buy something, or ask/answer a question). This is one example why everyone outside the US is concerned…

  • Grekko

    Can you believe these politicians and bureaucrats! They should be tarred and feathered, then run out of DC on a rail. A day hasn’t gone by in the last 21 years that I haven’t cried for the demise of my country. A tipping point has to be near. I feel it in my old bones.

  • Gay Veteran

    “…What about the Christians who are being cut down at ever turn….”

  • Ken

    Don’t despair. V for Vendetta. Justice can sometimes be very…ANONYMOUS. YouTube it.

  • Gay Veteran

    “…Not all Muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists have been Muslims….”
    oh, like Timothy McVeigh?
    And would Muslims hate us?
    Not like we prop up dictators, kings, emirs, etc., in their countries. Oh wait, we do.
    Not like we invade and destroy their countries. Oh wait, we did in Afghanistant, Iraq, Libya, etc.
    Not like we use drones to kill innocent men, women and children. Oh wait, we do.

  • Jason7189

    The Police State has begun. Who’s to say our own Government wouldn’t crush any sort of dissension and mass protests from the Citizens? They’re stockpiling ammunition and have asked Military leaders in the recent past, if they would fire on US Citizens.

  • StudentofLife

    It’s sick that we have to worry about our government spying on us! Soon our society will implode and I have children that will pay the price for these elitist idiots!

  • jack nichols

    I don’t want that stooge knowing anything about me, what kind of pervert listens in on other peoples phone calls

  • Steve Fraser

    George Bush killled Liberty in order to save it.

  • grunt

    Everyone in this forum is stupid. I dont think anyone in this forum is important enough for government to care for your s..t. You r less than a grunt in the eye of the government…. grow up and calm down.

  • Jo Bloggs

    “It is easy to
    compromise your morals if you don’t have any. Being a politician means lying.
    The job description includes making back room deals and compromising on
    campaign promises. People often joke about politicians being heartless,
    deceitful, untrustworthy, self-aggrandizing and vindictive. Perhaps they must
    be to become politicians. ”

    “Imagine not having a conscience, no feelings of guilt or remorse no matter what you do,
    no limiting sense of concern for the well-being of strangers, friends, or even family members. Imagine no struggles with shame in your whole life, no matter what kind of selfish, lazy, harmful, or immoral action you had taken. The concept of
    responsibility is unknown to you, except as a burden others seem to accept without question, like gullible fools.”

    Ponerology sott net

    There is nary a politician today in the US that is not a psychopath anymore than the fact the vast majority of our successful business people…the 01% at the top of our feudal pyramid are cold blooded vipers with severe personality disorders.

    The nature of the 2 party-same agenda dollar bought “democracies” that our Western elites have constructed are degenerate shell games aided and abetted by the media whores and presstitutes in the corpofascist nightmare they seek to impose on the rest of humanity not yet enslaved.

  • abs1

    “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”
    ~Benjamin Franklin

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