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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Obama's Internet Spying High Crimes and Misdemeanors

Who should go to prison for Prism,
Edward Snowden or Barack Obama? 
UPDATE JUNE 12th: In what is certainly the most epic presidential fail in history, the scandal of Obama et al's illegal spying on the American people has bloated overnight to include swarms of litigants, including the ACLU, parents of an assassinated Navy SEAL and the founder of Freedom Watch.
All of these aggrieved parties are suing to end and be compensated for the widesweeping illegalities posed in the ongoing NSA and Prism surveillance of every citizen in the United States.
Overseas as well, nations await an explanation from 'Big Brother' Obama himself as to the extent of his unlawful intrusions on their own citizens' privacy rights, while, domestically, major tech firms that falsely lured customers with promises of confidentiality vainly attempt to distance and defend themselves for handing over millions of people's personal info stored in their databanks.
It is an unprecedented political meltdown that, without much doubt now, is bound to result in a Nixon-style exodus of a president and administration up to their necks in high crimes and misdemeanors. It's just a question of time.
This week White House officials are trying desperately to convince everyone that snooping 24/7 under the guise of "national security" is really no big deal. That it is, in fact, totally "necessary" in this dark age of nonstop "terrorism."
But the truth is they know they've stepped way out of bounds this time -- internet spying on hundreds of millions of Americans via computer records, e-mail exchanges, and even telephone and banking data, without cause or a warrant, is criminal.
The disclosure by ex-CIA and NSA employee, Edward Snowden, that these illegal acts reach all the way to the Oval Office, is not just a little alarming, either. It speaks of unprecedented wrongdoing, and the leak concerning it surpasses even that of the unauthorized release of the Pentagon Papers in 1971 by former U.S. military analyst Daniel Ellsberg.
These revelations exposing the United States government's clandestine and completely unlawful internet spying on its own people not only place a courageous young American's future in jeopardy today, but also that of an already ailing presidency.
For, without a doubt, conspiring and engaging in a scheme to circumvent the Constitution, the very document which one has publicly sworn to always uphold, is definitely an impeachable offense:
"In my estimation, there has not been in American history a more important leak than Edward Snowden's release of NSA material, and that definitely includes the Pentagon Papers 40 years ago. Snowden's whistleblowing gives us the possibility to roll back a key part of what has amounted to an 'executive coup' against the U.S. constitution." - Daniel Ellsberg
Little wonder then that Obama and his shadowy cabal are scrambling to find and put away whistleblowing Snowden. Yet in this illicit ambition too they demonstrate their deep contempt for democracy, because citizens can't be imprisoned for simply reporting a crime.
Not in America anyway.


  1. "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."

    NSA PRISM UPDATE 6/11/13: Fallout continues for Barack Hussein Obama and his shadowy forces, who first began attempting damage control for exposure of their illicit spying programs on the very day UK's Guardian newspaper scooped Edward Snowden's top secret documents - June 5th.

    Then, National Security head Tom Donilon was quietly forced to step down and disreputable Susan Rice, America's UN ambassador and the Benghazi-lying mouthpiece, was swiftly hired as his replacement.

    Today, however, the backlash grows as our allies in Germany, England and elsewhere (who, surprisingly, have stricter privacy laws now than our own), are demanding answers from our failed presidency as to exactly how far these unprecendented intrusions go.

    But soon we all will know the answers to that whether rogue leaders in the White House cough up the truth or not, since the Guardian reporter responsible for this breaking story states he has yet to release the full facts underlying this scandal.

    Reporter Glenn Greenwald told the AP yesterday that he had other damning documents from Snowden and expected "more significant revelations" about NSA in the weeks and months to come.

    Once the cat's fully out of the bag, those handful of congressional members still tepidly supporting the illegal spy op and calling for Snowden's head will likely think twice about doing so when they learn their own e-mails and phone converstions etc., are also being hacked in an effort to not only monitor and intimidate American citizens, but their legitimate leadership as well.

    Troublesome too is the glaring fact that an embedded American press, clearly fearful of being thrown in the gulags for doing their jobs right, made Edward Snowden's patriotic disclosures in the homeland itself all but impossible.

    With that in mind, share this piece and every other U.S. journalist/blogger's columns who are attempting to properly report on the president's crimes.

    Without a doubt, Bush/Obama's sweeping spy ring and PRISM represent the single largest constitutional crisis in the history of the United States -- rising well above Nixon's nasty escapades, or the McCarthy era witch hunts and bogus 'Red Scare'.

    Technically though we are a free people, despite the goonsquad's intent to secretly deprive us of our liberty interests. Therefore we have the right to publicly make a stand, and this is how it's historically done.


  2. Barack Hussein Obama...really?