Wednesday, December 21, 2005

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Times kept story quiet so someone could write a book


No, this story is not helping the enemy

Every day, the National Security Agency intercepts and records more that 650 million "events" worldwide: radar signals, radio and data transmissions, satellite, cell and land-line telephone calls, faxes and e-mail and text messages and chats over the Internet.

"The fact that we're discussing this program is helping the enemy," President Bush said yesterday.

I doubt that there is a terrorist out there who doesn't assume that the NSA is listening in on their communications, so I doubt that the "media" is the right place to look if American counter-terrorism or regard for the law falters.

And in fact the President is wrong on NSA. Though virtually any discussion of the National Security Agency -- AKA no such agency -- is avoided by the government, the executive branch declassified many details of America's eavesdropper as part of its review of the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities before and after the Terrorist Attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.


Spying on Americans


Fuck Bush

How many times can Bush use the threat of terrorism to terrify Americans into giving him carte blanche to violate civil liberties at home, torture people abroad, and recklessly disregard any political or legal process that might stand in his way?

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