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Message 1313178 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 18:11:43 UTC - in response to Message 1313120.
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‘Black boxes’ required in new cars by 2014


"the insurance industry supports the move. even though most drivers are unaware that 96% of cars sold today already have data recorders installed."

The NSA is building an enormous spy center, probably the biggest ever, in Bluffdale Utah. The incredible processing power of this facility will be used to scan e-mails, phone calls, text messages, tweets or any other kind of communication.

Obama campaign app concerns some privacy advocates

The Obama administration’s war on privacy

Trust him. He'll take care of your privacy.

The athiests have been fighting since the sixties. They've never stopped. They're winning.

Diversity before common sense is winning also. It has never stopped either.

So much to do... yup... centralized control... we'll make it sooner or later.

Trust the lord and saviour President Obama. He'll take care of you.

The attack on privacy is not party political, warrantless wiretaps...

Not sure what the atheists have to do with it, nor what "diversity before common sense" means in this context.
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Message 1313186 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 18:24:41 UTC - in response to Message 1313120.
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The NSA is building an enormous spy center, probably the biggest ever, in Bluffdale Utah. The incredible processing power of this facility will be used to scan e-mails, phone calls, text messages, tweets or any other kind of communication.


Reading the full article makes for some scary thoughts: -

"Meanwhile, over in Building 5300, the NSA succeeded in building an even faster supercomputer. “They made a big breakthrough,” says another former senior intelligence official, who helped oversee the program. The NSA’s machine was likely similar to the unclassified Jaguar, but it was much faster out of the gate, modified specifically for cryptanalysis and targeted against one or more specific algorithms, like the AES. In other words, they were moving from the research and development phase to actually attacking extremely difficult encryption systems. The code-breaking effort was up and running.

The breakthrough was enormous, says the former official, and soon afterward the agency pulled the shade down tight on the project, even within the intelligence community and Congress. “Only the chairman and vice chairman and the two staff directors of each intelligence committee were told about it,” he says. The reason? “They were thinking that this computing breakthrough was going to give them the ability to crack current public encryption.”

In addition to giving the NSA access to a tremendous amount of Americans’ personal data, such an advance would also open a window on a trove of foreign secrets. While today most sensitive communications use the strongest encryption, much of the older data stored by the NSA, including a great deal of what will be transferred to Bluffdale once the center is complete, is encrypted with more vulnerable ciphers. “Remember,” says the former intelligence official, “a lot of foreign government stuff we’ve never been able to break is 128 or less. Break all that and you’ll find out a lot more of what you didn’t know—stuff we’ve already stored—so there’s an enormous amount of information still in there.”
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Message 1313207 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 18:56:02 UTC - in response to Message 1313186.


The NSA is building an enormous spy center, probably the biggest ever, in Bluffdale Utah. The incredible processing power of this facility will be used to scan e-mails, phone calls, text messages, tweets or any other kind of communication.


Reading the full article makes for some scary thoughts: -

"Meanwhile, over in Building 5300, the NSA succeeded in building an even faster supercomputer. “They made a big breakthrough,” says another former senior intelligence official, who helped oversee the program. The NSA’s machine was likely similar to the unclassified Jaguar, but it was much faster out of the gate, modified specifically for cryptanalysis and targeted against one or more specific algorithms, like the AES. In other words, they were moving from the research and development phase to actually attacking extremely difficult encryption systems. The code-breaking effort was up and running.

The breakthrough was enormous, says the former official, and soon afterward the agency pulled the shade down tight on the project, even within the intelligence community and Congress. “Only the chairman and vice chairman and the two staff directors of each intelligence committee were told about it,” he says. The reason? “They were thinking that this computing breakthrough was going to give them the ability to crack current public encryption.”

In addition to giving the NSA access to a tremendous amount of Americans’ personal data, such an advance would also open a window on a trove of foreign secrets. While today most sensitive communications use the strongest encryption, much of the older data stored by the NSA, including a great deal of what will be transferred to Bluffdale once the center is complete, is encrypted with more vulnerable ciphers. “Remember,” says the former intelligence official, “a lot of foreign government stuff we’ve never been able to break is 128 or less. Break all that and you’ll find out a lot more of what you didn’t know—stuff we’ve already stored—so there’s an enormous amount of information still in there.”


The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878, still in effect, was passed to prevent U.S. military personnel from acting as law enforcement agents on U.S. soil.

These people need removed from office. If civil war is what it takes then civil war is what it takes.


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Message 1313222 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 19:05:36 UTC - in response to Message 1313210.

We have a growing population of sheep in our nation.

We do need anti sheep classes in every grade. Teach them that no one gives a rats ass about them. No bureaucrat. No government. No God. The only person that cares about you is yourself. There is no entitlement. So if you want to wallow in self pity expect to be very hungry and die early.


As Obamacare matures, it'll have mechanisms to identify these people. They'll be the first to open up our free education centers in which you'll be allowed to leave when and only when they say it's ok for you to leave.


It will be real hard for them to reform my dead body. Just sayin...

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Message 1313266 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 20:50:17 UTC - in response to Message 1313207.

These people need removed from office. If civil war is what it takes then civil war is what it takes.

I believe calling for an armed insurrection is still a crime. As that data center isn't online yet the next knock on you door won't be to put you into a rubber room, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least if you are already on the no fly list.


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Message 1313275 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 21:16:21 UTC - in response to Message 1313266.

These people need removed from office. If civil war is what it takes then civil war is what it takes.

I believe calling for an armed insurrection is still a crime. As that data center isn't online yet the next knock on you door won't be to put you into a rubber room, but it wouldn't surprise me in the least if you are already on the no fly list.



Since the very thought of breaking the law has already been established by Home Land Security I really don't give a damn what the hell you say. I have not called for a armed insurrection.

Your twisting of the words is a trick of politics not that of a statesman.

Your part of the problem, not the fix. Make up your mind as to who and what you are....

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Message 1313278 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 21:16:52 UTC

You're welcome Mark. :-)

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Message 1313287 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 21:31:51 UTC
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I really don't give a damn what the hell you say. I have not called for a armed insurrection.

Oh really?

These people need removed from office. If civil war is what it takes then civil war is what it takes.

Wars=guns=armed insurrection.

Now who is twisting words. People with your views used to be called fifth columnists and Reds under the bed.

@Gary - As far as I know we don't have anything specifically called a "no fly list". But all western governments regularly swop intelligence details of known anti government protesters and active subversives, and the UK Border Agency regularly updates its database of those listed as "undesirables" who will be refused entry.

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Message 1313291 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 21:41:59 UTC - in response to Message 1313287.

I really don't give a damn what the hell you say. I have not called for a armed insurrection.

Oh really?

These people need removed from office. If civil war is what it takes then civil war is what it takes.

Wars=guns=armed insurrection.

Now who is twisting words. People with your views used to be called fifth columnists and Reds under the bed.

No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act

Chris, I believe you and I are both witnesses to the same overt act.

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Message 1313293 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 21:46:24 UTC

Looks like it Gary. Also see my extra late comment below.

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Message 1313332 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 22:56:07 UTC



I'm in good company.

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Message 1313350 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 23:17:05 UTC - in response to Message 1312591.
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and there are some things I must say before it fades.

Unllike our friends in southern territories, I was born way up north here in Wisconsin one cold and wintry day.
So, I can't say where these thoughts come from.

Or maybe I can.....
Over the years, 55 going on 56, I guess I have been taught a few things.

The South had a point. Not slavery, my friends, but freedom form tyranny.
The form that almost half of our country tried to vote out this last election.
Yes, His presidency is tyranny.......of the worst kind, as it is cloaked in secrecy, distrust, and robbery.


Indeed it is. And the South did have a point. Dred Scott was not the point. Every man is free by Gift from God.

Well, I guess that was the content of my dream.....

Or, shall we call it a nightmare?

I guess during the course of these writings, I have remembered why and how I came to believe how I do. And why it is rooted so far south of the borders I was born in.

And why...this was the song I heard so vividly in my dreams.

I sang Dixie.......
I cried too, when this last election was bought from the true folks of our liberty by the ones who splashed more cash and lies.

This country shall reap what it has sown.


Nullification, in my opinion is the point that needs to be made. We have the right. And we should exercise our rights.

You can't get the greatness we have once known by reinvesting in a man who does not believe in God, and wants to take all from those who do and give it all to those who don't.

There, I said it.

Long fly the flag of our liberty.

And, my friends, it is NOT the one flying in Washington these days.

I believe....honestly believe....There is another civil war coming.......cuz, the South's gonna do it again.


It may just come to that? I don't know? But I'm not one to shrink from a fight, as long as it's Just in Cause.

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Message 1313362 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 23:28:16 UTC

as long as it's Just in Cause.

I assume you meant "in a just cause". Just because ain't gonna work ....

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Message 1313363 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 23:30:23 UTC - in response to Message 1313362.
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as long as it's Just in Cause.

I assume you meant "in a just cause". Just because ain't gonna work ....




As usual you assume wrong.

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Message 1313364 - Posted: 9 Dec 2012, 23:37:38 UTC

I think your grammar is a bit tortuous to say the least, but I accept the gist of what you meant to say.

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Message 1313370 - Posted: 10 Dec 2012, 0:02:10 UTC

I believe your line of thinking leads to slavery, but I accept that in the end you wish to be a slave, knowingly or not.

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