Archive for the ‘Government Spying’ Category


29 May

staggering malfeasance.

I don’t want to hear a freakin’ word about the made-up Trump-Russia nexus! Real malfeasance and criminality went on and the lame media helped and are still helping to cover it up. They are total hypocrites and can kiss my butt. You have no idea of the depth of my disdain for them. They are scumbags. Now I want them in prison–they richly deserve it!

I am happier than ever that Trump won, and I will cheerfully vote for him again if he runs. If not, I will vote for Mike Pence. The Democrats need to die politically. In my whole life I have never felt that way before. But I do now. This is just disgusting! You have to be dead to all that is right to try and defend this!

I know not what course others may take, but I am against crime and malfeasance.

Happy Memorial Day. THIS is what patriots have died trying to prevent. Sic Sempre Tyrannus.

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Obama was

27 May

really addicted to spying. He correctly judged that the MSM would never hold his feet to the fire on this. I just wish we had an honest and trustworthy MSM.

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Posted in Government Spying, Media Bias


Are you surprised?

04 May

I’m sure not.

This is who this guy is.

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07 Mar

Not good news at all.

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Is Snowden a Russian spy?

03 Jul

Yes, of course. Now he revealed a lot of scaly stuff that was going on with the NSA, but I don’t know that there has ever been much of a question about whether he is a treasonous wretch. Now there is none.


It’s important

30 Dec

to realize that if you use Windoze, the gummint is getting all your data. Microsoft is a tool. I use only Apple, and I advise you to, as well , though unless you take precautions that can also easily be hacked by NSA. If Apple is smart, they a) don’t follow this stupid example and b) make it a HUGE selling point.

The iPhone seems better.


Please! I’m laughing

10 Jul

too hard to breathe! Smart money is on encryption, and if a US company can’t do it, a foreign one will.

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Don’t kid yourself,

12 Jan

if Obama thinks you are an enemy, he will spy on you. Yes, it is a breathtakingly brazen abuse of power.

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VPN’s are great.

01 Jan

They are very secure. That’s exactly what the NSA hates, and they are working to make it so you can’t hide with a VPN.

Now I really don’t care WHO knows my browsing history, for the most part. But there is a more important issue: if the gov’t can break your VPN encryption, could folks with malignant motives? I may have nothing to hide in terms of misdeeds, but it’s not like I want to be defrauded, either. And more and more we have sensitive information on our computers and phones.

Security is NOT just for the guilty. I at times hear people say that, but it is just not true.

See, I think security will be a HUGE selling point. Already Apple is going that direction. Others have, too. That is a trend that will only increase.

And I think biometric security is the way things will go. Credit cards are not really secure, but your fingerprint is. Or Iris scan. And make these things have to have blood circulation, so it does no good cutting someone’s finger off or jabbing out their eye like in the movies.


The feds want

21 Nov

into your phone. Really bad.

Security has become a big selling point. From “net neutrality” to phones, there is a fight against intrusiveness. Good.