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The NSA wants us to help them???

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Aug. 9th, 2006 | 09:00 am
mood: discontent discontent


I can see the psychotic patriots of the US complying with this bull but in reality, I don’t want to help someone black mail people. In a perfect world surveying everyone would make us crime-free but just think about how batman couldn’t save the city of Gotham.. Seriously though, it is just impossible without stepping over boundaries that no government should ethically (oooo and they are oh so trying).

Shit, they ask me not to encrypt, I will, they ask me not to call prime time overseas... mind you my sister lives in china, I am not about to call her at 3 am just to help the NSA. If i can fuck with an organization that I don’t think should exist.. What do you think I am going to do?? Thanks for informing me how to though... hoping on patriotism, I hope that you do get buried in your own grave. *sigh* the sad part is that in the back of my mind i cant help but to think that writing anything like this online makes me that much closer to being surveyed as well.. am I so wrong to think that ?

This isn’t anti American rambling.. I just cant stand the reasoning that the NSA exists, im more for the militias, I don’t trust all of our protection coming from the government simply for the nature of the beast. Preventing full power to our government helps us not get screwed while on the ground. Surely, it can do some good for some organization but i just can’t put myself to trust our government fully and I don’t think that i should have to. To risk sounding cheesy because im quoting, “People shouldn’t fear their government, the government should fear the people."

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From: redstormpopcorn
Date: Aug. 10th, 2006 02:12 am (UTC)

I'm thinking that the stuff after the link is not entirely serious.

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From: 1ad_astra1
Date: Aug. 11th, 2006 03:47 am (UTC)

it may have been in a humorous light but its not all that far from the truth, it touches on a serious pointer without being too obsessed with the details and gets to the point.

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