Mass Surveillance Distraction?

**With all the Shenanigans going on involving shooting down “Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena” in U.S.. airspace, the esteemed Feral Irishman put up a post that is VERY interesting. (Be sure and look at the DATE of the article!)**


Pentagon testing Mass Surveillance Balloons across the U.S.


Spoiler Alert: This is from 2019!

Is it beyond the scope of the Federal Hydra to conduct both an illegal domestic Mass Surveillance program and a Mass Coverup at the same time?

History answers that one for you.

Have I got it all figured out on this one? Nope I sure don’t but I will say this:

Before we start banging the war drums looking for Commie Chinks (China) or Russian spies behind every tree, let’s not forget to consider what historically has been the biggest threat to our personal freedoms and security…just saying!

Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid and Prepare Accordingly!






The Surveillance State: Presidential Policy Directive 28

Surveillance State USA. Biden quietly unleashes spymasters in dramatic Executive Order.


The collection of signals intelligence shall be authorized by statute or Executive Order, proclamation, or other Presidential directive, and undertaken in accordance with the Constitution and applicable statutes, Executive Orders, proclamations, and Presidential directives.

(b) Privacy and civil liberties shall be integral considerations in the planning of U.S. signals intelligence activities. The United States shall not collect signals intelligence for the purpose of suppressing or burdening criticism or dissent, or for disadvantaging persons based on their ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion. Signals intelligence shall be collected exclusively where there is a foreign intelligence or counterintelligence purpose to support national and departmental missions and not for any other purposes.

(c) The collection of foreign private commercial information or trade secrets is authorized only to protect the national security of the United States or its partners and allies. It is not an authorized foreign intelligence or counterintelligence purpose to collect such information to afford a competitive advantage[4] to U.S. companies and U.S. business sectors commercially.

(d) Signals intelligence activities shall be as tailored as feasible. In determining whether to collect signals intelligence, the United States shall consider the availability of other information, including from diplomatic and public sources. Such appropriate and feasible alternatives to signals intelligence should be prioritized.[Obama White House Archives]





The Surveillance State: Augury

US military using tool that captures ‘93% of the internet’ 

Multiple branches of the US military have bought access to “petabytes” of American citizens’ private online data via a tool called Augury, giving them access to an almost omniscient set of data points, Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) claimed in a letter to the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) on Wednesday. The alleged data trove includes an individual’s email communications, browsing history, and other behavioral information, all on demand and without a warrant.

There is No such thing as Online Privacy.

Proceed with Caution.