March toward Fascism, till even the slowest of us notice

Discussion in 'Politics' started by IndexUp, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. IndexUp


    Good article it deals with

    The Department Of Homeland Security Is Buying 450 Million New Bullets

    Supreme Court OKs Strip Searches for Minor Offenses

    It’s okay with the Supreme Court if you are detained and subjected to a demeaning strip-search for such serious offenses against the State as violating a leash law or having a headlight out.

    Really, is being strip-searched and perhaps even forced to take a delousing shower for riding your bicycle without an audible bell reasonable? Of course not. So much for the 4th Amendment.

    Police Are Using Phone Tracking as a Routine Tool

    Even in the absence of judicial authorization, cell phone tracking has become widespread. An ACLU report covering more than 200 police departments finds that nearly all engage in the practice, but only a few bother with a warrant.

    Would you be shocked to discover that some police departments are trying to keep their activities secret because of the legal implications? Officers have even been warned to keep their cell phone tracking out of police reports. Now what was that oath about upholding the law?

    The NSA Is Building the Country’s Biggest Spy Center (Watch What You Say)

    The crown jewel of Federal spying is a new $2 billion, high tech center in Utah, a million square feet devoted to data gathering and storage. “NSA has turned its surveillance apparatus on the U.S. and its citizens,” reports an account of the program.

    The facility will help manage information from 10 to 20 domestic telecom “listening posts.” “We are, like, that far from a turnkey totalitarian state,” says William Binney, a former senior NSA crypto-mathematician.
  2. rew


    Which politician is against this trend? Ron Paul.

    Which politicians are not against this trend? All the others.