Ron Paul Institute Admits Americans Live in a Police and Surveillance State

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Big Daddy Government wants to hear what you have to say and monitor everything you do

Those of us who said Americans were living in a police state were once called tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorists. We were nutcases, cranks, and crackpots because the man on the TV convinced John and Jane Q. Public how lucky we are to have soldiers “fighting for our freedoms” and to live inside a giant orgy of consumerism. How in the hell our freedoms got misplaced in the places we bomb was never explained.

Funny what names the sheeple call those of us who are ahead of the game.

Now, with the recent CIA data dump known as “Vault 7” as well as other state secrets that have been leaked to the masses, there is little doubt the Land of the Free is already the Land of the Serf. In case you haven’t seen some of the more horrifying revelations for the libertarian or freedom minded individual, check out this detailed writeup on The Waking Times. Here’s a snippet from that worthwhile read which reveals 15 ways you’re being spied on.

Some will be shocked, but really, let’s remember the true nature and purpose of the CIA: a rogue agency that overthrows foreign leaders, install puppet regimes, imports drugs, runs guns and assassinates anyone who gets in the way of its agenda, including US presidents.

Here’s another one for you. The white, heterosexual, Christian male is now directly in the way of the CIA’s NWO agenda.

Last week, Ron Paul’s Liberty Report became just one mainstream blog worried about the encroachment of a police and surveillance state revealed by the CIA data dump. It said:

WikiLeaks and Julian Assange would have gone down in history as the greatest enemies of government oppression of all kinds in any case, but their latest release – a comprehensive exposé of the US intelligence community’s cyberwar tools and techniques – is truly the capstone of their career. And given that this release – dubbed “Vault 7” – amounts to just one percent of the documents they intend to publish, one can only look forward to the coming days with a mixture of joyful anticipation and ominous fear.

Fear because the power of the Deep State is even more forbidding – and seemingly invincible – than anyone knew. Joyful anticipation because, for the first time, it is dawning on the most unlikely people that we are, for all intents and purposes, living in a police state.

I would further argue that any state that micromanages the sex lives of its sheeple (i.e archaic laws against prostitution in which Johns are framed as evildoers by the media) and also micromanages family affairs and enslaves men for 18 years to life (child support and alimony) is illegitimate and overbearing.

Spying and surveillance only ups the ante of an already corrupt empire.

The police state can get by with oppressing the common man and nobody in the power structure says a word, but now that power brokers are in the crosshairs of all its surveillance, an age in which there is no privacy and nowhere to hide from the CIA and its goons and its Utah Data Center we are hearing some powerful voices speaking out. Saving their own asses, make no mistake.

For people like Hannity, Ingraham, and Newt Gingrich (of all people!) to be talking about the Surveillance State with fear – and outrage – in their voices says two things about our current predicament: 1) Due to the heroic efforts of Julian Assange in exposing the power and ruthlessness of the Deep State, the political landscape in this country is undergoing a major realignment, with conservatives returning to their historic role as the greatest defenders of civil liberties, and 2) American “liberalism” – which now champions the Deep State as the savior of the country –   has become a toxic brew that is fundamentally totalitarian.

It’s beyond totalitarianism. It’s about getting an RFID chip with all money and all identification and GPS tracking stuck in everyone’s fucking hand and ruling the lives of common citizens with an iron fist from cradle to grave. Continuing from the Liberty Report:

We have created a monster, a Deep State with such unchecked power, armed with such Orwellian technology, that it represents a clear and present danger to our constitutional republic. This threat is underscored not only by the latest WikiLeaks revelations, but also by the intelligence community’s intervention in our domestic politics, which has been documented in the headlines of the nation’s newspapers for the past few months.

The Deep State – the people who really run the U.S. government and the world as We The People have not been running it for a long time – is thinking beyond any trite American constitutional republic and has been doing so for at least 50 years by this author’s estimate. They’re thinking world domination and a New World Order of electronically enforced Communism, plain and simple.

Just think of the awesome power of monitoring everything from text messages to having the ability to snoop on private conversations in households, to creating GPS maps of everywhere one of the NWO’s subjects has been every minute of every hour of every day of his life.

That’s what the police and surveillance states are about – power over people. Creating force whether through blackmail or insidious legalities that inspire fear in the hearts of men. And that’s why there will be those of us pushing back against this evil with the power of the electronic pen.

That is, until they start censoring us en masse, just as the Russians once censored and imprisoned other “self-publishers” back in the days when publications similar to blogs were printed out on loose leaf paper.

You angry yet?

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One comment

  • Great article. This subject truly deserves more attention, and most people are just too lazy to care. The Fourth Amendment of the U. S. Constitution has been pulverized. The only people that disagree with this statement are sheep who work within the military industrial complex and benefit financially or those who are too stupid/lazy to be bothered.

    I served in the Army two decades ago as a radio operator (high/low frequency radio, satellite comms) in an Army airborne unit, and my opinions regarding gov’t have completely changed since then. Pretty much a bona fide libertarian now.

    Having used sat comms during a time when few people even knew how they worked, I am amazed at how much technology has progressed in just a couple decades. It’s mind-blowing what our government is doing against regular citizens. Technology has absolutely outpaced the ability of our Supreme Court to be an effective check & balance against the executive branch of gov’t.

    What’s weird is how I, a veteran of the armed forces, am made to feel like a “subversive” for having this conversation. Feeling a little bit Orwellian, or something like 1930’s Germany.

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