The Department of Homeland Security wants you to be rats for them. The DHS’s “See something, say something” Campaign that CNN, Fox News and the Media are trying to sell you. This is how Communist countries work. “Granma has been acting kind of funny lately, I better call them to be safe.” I suggest not asking too many questions or saying more than have to at the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Tax Collector’s Office next time you go. That is ‘Rat Central’. “A Fact is a Fact”

FEAR! – FEAR! – FEAR!

… that is how they are controlling you.

 

The Department of Homeland Security  wants you to be rats for them. The DHS's "See something, say something" Program that CNN, Fox News and the Media are trying to sell you. This is how Communist countries work.  “Granma has been acting kind of funny lately, I better call to be safe.” I suggest not asking too many questions or saying more than have to at the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Tax Collector’s Office next time you go. That is ‘Rat Central’.

Supporters say the provisions have greatly enhanced information sharing within the FBI, and with the intelligence community at large. The government says roving wiretaps are needed to deal with technologically sophisticated terrorists. The provision allows investigators to obtain books, records, papers, documents and other items sought in connection with a terror investigation. Allows investigators to get a foreign intelligence wiretap or search order, even if they end up bringing criminal charges instead. Supporters say this provision has already allowed investigators to search the houses of drug dealers and other criminals without providing notice that might have jeopardized an investigation. Supporters say it helps cut off the support networks that make terrorism possible. Critics warn that unrestricted sharing could lead to the development of massive databases about citizens who are not the targets of criminal investigations. Critics say the language of the act could lead to privacy violations of anyone who comes into casual contact with a suspect. Critics attack the breadth of the provision, saying the law could be used to demand the reading records of library or bookstore patrons. Because foreign intelligence probes are conducted in secret, with little oversight, critics say abuses could be difficult to uncover. Critics say the provision allows the use of sneak and peek warrants for even minor crimes, not just terror and espionage cases. Critics say the provision could lead to guilt by association.

 

 

 

Author: Hugo

Patriot, Veteran and Proud Duty-Bound American