Wednesday, June 19, 2013

As if government use of phone records is anything new

I was watching an episode of Kojak (one of the coolest cops ever), and he nonchalantly told one of his persons of interest that the police had gone over her phone records. That was back in the early 70's, so what's the big deal over the NSA keeping phone records now?  The real issue is that "the government" (organized Satanism) can see anything on our computers if they're connected to the internet, and that it uses this information to wage war on US, but in a manner that prevents us from realizing what it's doing. I can't prove this, but if each person were to keep this in mind, they might notice circumstantial evidence that it's happening to them.

Meanwhile, the FBI couldn't manage to notice that Santa Monica spree-shooter John Zawahri had been illegally ordering gun parts over the internet.