30 Year NSA Employee Turned Whistleblower: ‘The Ultimate Goal of the NSA is Total Population Control’

William Binney is a former high ranking intelligence official with the National Security Agency (NSA). He is one of the highest placed intelligence officials to ever blow the whistle on insider NSA ‘knowings.’ He made headlines when he resigned in 2001 after 9/11, having worked more than thirty years for the agency. He was a leading code-breaker against the Soviet Union during the Cold war, and was repelled by the United States’ massive surveillance programs. He’s had quite the go, starting in 2002 when he let the public know of a system ( ‘trailblazer’) intended to analyze data carried on communication networks (like the internet). He exposed the agencies eavesdropping program and has faced harassment from the FBI, NSA and more. He has been in and out of the court room ever since he decided to resign and blow the whistle. These mass surveillance leaks  are nothing new, as […] Read More

Why are CIA, DHS, NSA, FBI and FEMA retirees all bugging out? Is it preparation for something big?

Below is a post from Natural News about the large number of senior executives from US government alphabet agencies who have left their jobs through retirement and moved with their families to remote and secure locations. The story posits that they are doing this because a catastrophe is coming. It is…for them. The coming of the Republic and the end of the Fiat Dollar  will signal the disclosure of their crimes and ill gotten wealth, mass arrests will cleanse the Capital of the united States of America, restoring the beauty that has been dirtied by corruption and fraud. (NaturalNews) Former newspaper journalist and bestselling conspiracy author Jim Marrs told radio talk show host Dave Hodges in December that some 400-500 top bank executives had left their positions and had gone into seclusion. Marrs said at the time that the elite had fallback positions from a chaotic society: seed vaults to […] Read More

Federal court rules in favor of NSA bulk snooping, White House happy

Despite the opposition of the US public and lawmakers to NSA surveillance, the courts keep handing the Obama administration the license to snoop. A US appeals court just threw out a 2013 verdict against the NSA, to White House approval. The decision vindicates the government’s stance that NSA’s bulk surveillance programs are constitutional, the White House said Friday. Three judges at the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said the plaintiffs, Larry Klayman and Charles Strange, had no standing to file the original claim, since they could not prove the NSA actually collected any of their records. While Klayman and Strange objected that the NSA refused to provide the evidence, the judges said that was working as intended. “Plaintiffs complain that the government should not be allowed to avoid liability simply by keeping the material classified. But the government’s silence regarding the scope of bulk […] Read More

The Raping of America- Mile Markers on the Road to Fascism

Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.—Martin Luther King Jr.There’s an ill will blowing across the country. The economy is tanking. The people are directionless, and politics provides no answer. And like former regimes, the militarized police have stepped up to provide a façade of law and order manifested by an overt violence against the citizenry. Despite the revelations of the past several years, nothing has changed to push back against the American police state. Our freedoms—especially the Fourth Amendment—continue to be choked out by a prevailing view among government bureaucrats that they have the right to search, seize, strip, scan, spy on, probe, pat down, taser, and arrest any individual at any time and for the slightest provocation. Despite the recent outrage and protests, nothing has changed to restore us to our rightful role as having dominion over our bodies, our lives and our property, especially […] Read More

FBI chief pushes for encryption ‘back door’ despite tech experts’ opposition

Encryption is a threat to public safety, the FBI director argued before testifying at a Senate hearing. Crypto experts and the tech industry oppose demands by US officials for “back door” keys to encrypted software as both harmful and impractical. In a guest post on the Lawfare blog, FBI Director James Comey argued that “to protect the public, the government sometimes needs to be able to see an individual’s stuff,” though only “under appropriate circumstances and with appropriate oversight.” Encryption denies the government that ability, which “will affect public safety,” Comey wrote, citing the example of Islamic State “operators in Syria” using encrypted chats to recruit “dozens of troubled Americans to kill people.” “I really am not a maniac (or at least my family says so). But my job is to try to keep people safe,” he wrote, calling for a “robust debate” to resolve the conflict between privacy […] Read More

NSA says it will keep phone records even if surveillance program ends

The National Security Agency has said it will lock down and mothball its archive of US citizens’ phone records if its legal authority to go on collecting the metadata expires as it is due to this Sunday. The political and legal dispute will come to a head on Sunday when the Republican controlled Senate will seek a resolution before the law authorizing the controversial NSA spying program expires at 11:59pm. The debate has pitted the Obama administration’s national security team against those who say the surveillance program, which was revealed to the American public by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden in 2013, infringes civil liberties and the US Constitution. The hours leading up to midnight will see a jump in activity at US phone companies and at the NSA as engineers take down servers, monitoring software and hardware from the main optic cables of telephone data traffic, according to […] Read More

‘We Are Always Listening’: Pranksters plant recording devices across NYC

A group of anti-NSA pranksters have planted recording devices in public places across New York, saying that they are “gathering information to help win the war on terror.” The devices can be found everywhere in New York – in cafes, under benches, in shops, restaurants and bars. “Eavesdropping on the population has revealed many saying, ‘I’m not doing anything wrong so who cares if the NSA tracks what I say and do?’” the group, dubbed “We Are Always Listening,” wrote on its website. According to anti-NSA activists, the citizens “don’t seem to mind this monitoring.” “[So] we’re hiding recorders in public places in hopes of gathering information to help win the war on terror. We’ve started with NYC as a pilot program, but hope to roll the initiative out all across The Homeland.” The pranksters say they are “declassifying excerpts from the recordings and highlighting” where some devices are […] Read More

NSA Releases Creepy Children’s Book to Make, “spying cool”

  Source: RT News America’s notorious spy agency, the NSA, has been reaching out to kids with a coloring book about a team of talking animals who love fun, games and … snooping. “America’s CryptoKids: Future Codemakers and Codebreakers” was discovered by Pando Daily correspondent Dan Raile at the latest RSA cryptography and information security conference in San Francisco. The book features a fun-loving gang of talking animals…every one of which is a spy. With characters like computer scientist turtle T. Top, cyber-security specialist cheetah Cyndi, signal intelligence analyst Decipher Dog and a half-dozen others, the book is “designed to help children learn about cryptology and NSA’s mission to defend the nation”, according to the NSA website. It was published to back up the NSA website’s section entirely devoted to children, which contains extensive backstories for the CryptoKids, as well as even more games mixed with advice on how […] Read More