Friday, November 04, 2016 by Mary Wilder
Our privacy is one of our most important human rights. Even though it is something that matters to all of us in ways that are difficult to put into words, it has recently been under attack by the federal government and the global elite all over the planet. Between the NSA and forces abroad, there is very little preventing the powers that be from hacking into our electronic devices and spying on every aspect of our daily lives. From our laptops to our cellphones, every device we own can be hacked into — by individuals or entire government organizations.
Three spy agencies in the United Kingdom — GCHQ, MI5 and MI6 — have been accused of breaking privacy rules by collecting private information through citizens’ electronic devices.
Chris Baraniuk of BBC News states, “As part of its review of the spy agencies’ activities, the IPT examined the organisations’ collection of communications data — involving the ‘who, where, when, how and with whom’ was involved in conversations, but not their contents – and personal information about people. Such data is ‘vital for identifying and developing intelligence targets,’ according to GCHQ.”
This is why the world is in the state it currently is. We can no longer trust those who are supposed to be protecting our best interests to do any such thing. Instead, they continue to show us that they believe we are nothing more than slaves that exist for their amusement and to help expand their power. People in America and abroad need to take a stand against this widespread government corruption and send the message that we are not going to put up with it any longer. The fact that government organizations find it acceptable to directly invade our privacy is enough to disqualify all of them from holding positions of power. But nothing will change unless we force their hands.
We need more people like Edward Snowden and less people like the globalist apologists that continue to ignore the truth in hopes that the federal government won’t come after them next. It’s a sad way to live your life, considering the fact that no matter what lengths you go to in order to appease the powers that be, they will always find another reason to keep you under their control.
They will continue spying on everything we do as long as we allow it to happen. If we want to fix the global landscape, we’re going to have to get tough.