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Smoking gun leads to mushroom cloud of iniquity

We have the smoking gun from Russell Tice, and the mushroom cloud of iniquity begins to blossom on the horizon. I hope that Americans finally realize how they have been raked over the coals by traitorous people.

Let us begin with the Fourth Amendment.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Thanks to the atmosphere of fear and hysteria, the War of Terror, conjured up by the false flag attacks on 9/11, an attack executed with the deep involvement of Israeli Mossad and corrupt elements of our own intelligence agencies, and for the ultimate benefit of Israel, by dragging the United States into wars of choice against Muslim countries, which have drained our blood and treasure, and with grave and unforgivable injustice have destroyed the lives of millions of people who did us no harm, causing untold suffering and legitimate grievances against us that will reverberate for generations to come....that is how and why we lost the Fourth Amendment. You were never supposed to know, but it is true. And thanks to Russell Tice, now you can begin to grasp the extent to which you have been violated and lied to by your own government.
"While many details about the program remain secret, officials familiar with it said the N.S.A. eavesdropped without warrants on up to 500 people in the United States at any given time," the Times wrote, shortly after the 2004 election. "The list changes as some names are added and others dropped, so the number monitored in this country may have reached into the thousands over the past three years, several officials said. Overseas, about 5,000 to 7,000 people suspected of terrorist ties are monitored at one time, according to those officials."
We were told that it was just 500 people, thousands at the most, all suspected terrorists. And many people accepted and defended that behavior, since this supposedly contained level of scandal was somehow "justified" by the threat of terror. Yet it was always illegal, as many people pointed out until they were blue in the face! Now we know that the real figure spied on is more like 300 MILLION people: the population of the United States. We can say with absolute certainty that this program is unconstitutional -- totally, manifestly, completely illegal. And it was done in secret and kept in secret because the people doing it knew it was completely illegal. This is part of what they were doing:
Ultimately, the technical explanation boils down to this: "If someone just talked about the daily news and mentioned something about the Middle East, they could easily be brought to the forefront of having that little flag put by their name that says potential terrorist," said Tice.
Well, I've done that about a thousand times, plus I write all sorts of thoughts down here and put it out there for public consumption, because, like millions of Americans, I HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE. I have instead a compelling interest in current events, and a powerful love for this country, and an urgent desire to see it prosper for current and future generations instead of being a rogue criminal actor on the world's stage. Rather than being considered the behavior of a patriot, paying attention to and discussing current events flags one as a "potential terrorist," which I figured, seeing as I am also "paranoid" (meaning: realistic/informed). But I paid attention anyway, because this War of Terror is Total Bullshit, and everybody with two brain cells to rub together knows it. That's what you find out when you pay attention. That's precisely why they try to scare you away in the first place. It is always the same with totalitarian societies. Why do you suppose totalitarian regimes always round up the journalists, intellectuals and activists first? Because they are the ones paying attention, and once they're out of the picture...

Obama's actions will be very telling in this regard, as to which way this is going to go for us.

Meantime, I have a direct message to the people happily involved in this activity: YOU are the people with something to hide. YOU are the people who are breaking our laws. YOU are the people who threaten and destroy this country by trashing our Constitution. YOU are the terrorists. And if you say you aren't, then YOU should be out there whistleblowing just like Russell Tice instead of hiding behind your super-secret NSA jobs or whatever the hell you do on the taxpayer's dime, such as spying on Americans who are trying to be good citizens and patriots rather than lazy-assed ATM machines for the criminal cartel running the world off a cliff. Should we all descend into hell because nobody has the balls to stop this madness? You know it's true, and unlike the vast majority of us ragtag truthers out here chipping away at the mountain of corruption with Swiss Army knives, you people can actually do something about it. The time has come for arrests, and the bigger the better.

And furthermore, here's another thing you find out by paying attention. Based on the involvement of various Israeli-based technology companies that have surfaced over the years in relation to 9/11 and other Homeland Security projects, we can assume that all of our private information is sitting in Israel at this very minute, with treacherous Israelis looking it over (Mossad's motto being by deception shall you make war), who apparently don't care one iota about Americans or anyone else on Planet Earth, as they have demonstrated repeatedly by both their words and actions; which is, quite frankly, an astonishing breach of our national security. This breach alone should land no small amount of people behind bars. The contracts with these Israeli companies should be canceled immediately, and all of our private records destroyed by whatever means we have at our disposal. From an American patriot's perspective, that would be a start.