Current Regime Meltdown…

June 8, 2013, by Ken Jorgustin

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The current regime of the American executive branch of government is in meltdown…

…whose big government and big brother approach is being increasingly questioned by Americans; and also, shockingly, by the liberal-dominated mainstream media…


 
It may be understated to say that Americans disdain of government is high while optimism about their country’s future is low, as less than one in three Americans believe the United States is heading in the right direction (RealClearPolitics poll).

 
Today’s (the Telegraph) states 10 reasons for the stunning decline of the current regime…

1. The American public is losing trust in Obama
2. The Obama presidency is imperial in style and outlook
3. Most Americans are still worried about the economy
4. America’s level of debt is frightening
5. Obamacare is hugely expensive and increasingly unpopular
6. Independents are rapidly withdrawing support for Obama
7. The liberal media is less deferential to Obama in his second term
8. The Benghazi scandal has been extremely damaging
9. Obama’s national security strategy is weak and confusing
10. Obama is “leading from behind” on the world stage

 
Other headlines…

Limbaugh: ‘We are in the midst of a coup’…
NSA, FBI secretly mining data from Internet firms…
Seek INTERNS to sift through your digital records…
‘THEY QUITE LITERALLY CAN WATCH YOUR IDEAS AS YOU TYPE’…
MICROSOFTYAHOOGOOGLEYOUTUBEFACEBOOKSKYPEAPPLE…
Top-secret PRISM program…
PRIMARY CONTRIBUTOR TO OBAMA INTEL BRIEFINGS…
Vast Data Trove…
Billions of Phone Calls…
Justice Dept Fights Release of Court Opinion Finding Unconstitutional Surveillance…
USA spends $80 billion year on secret information gathering…
Postal service photographs front and back of EVERY piece of mail it processes…
Holder ‘destroyed data’…
Greenwald: USA wants to destroy privacy worldwide…
Concern mounts in Congress…
Justice Dept Fights Release of Court Opinion Finding Unconstitutional Surveillance…
SAVAGE: NSA snooping ‘biggest scandal of your entire life’…
Government to open criminal probe into leaks about leaks…
Leno: ‘We Wanted a President That Listens to All Americans – Now We Have One’…
NSA SUCKS DATA ‘FROM 50 COMPANIES’
Assange: US rule of law suffering ‘calamitous collapse’…

 
The Huffington Post…

Former employees of the National Security Agency say the publishing of a court order asking Verizon to hand over all its phone calling records for a three-month period opens a new window on an operation that has been in place for years and involves all major U.S. phone companies.

“NSA has been doing all this stuff all along, and it’s been all these companies, not just one” William Binney told news program Democracy Now on Thursday. “They’re just continuing the collection of this data on all U.S. citizens.”

Binney, who worked at the NSA for almost 40 years, left the agency after the attacks of 9/11 because he objected to the expansion of its surveillance of U.S. citizens.

James Bamford, a journalist and author of several books on the NSA, said, “Here we are, under the Obama administration, doing it sort of like the Bush administration on steroids,” “This order here is about as broad as it can possibly get, when it comes to focusing on personal communications. There’s no warrant, there’s no suspicion, there’s no probable cause … it sounds like something from East Germany.”

 
Tyler at ZeroHedge.com writes,

Suddenly embroiled in too many scandals to even list, and humiliated by a publicly-exposed (because everyone knew about the NSA superspy ambitions before, but with one major difference: it was a conspiracy theory…. now it is a conspiracy fact) surveillance scandal that makes Tricky Dick look like an amateur, earlier today, as expected, Obama came out and publicly declared “I am not a hacker” and mumbled something about “security”, “privacy” and “inconvenience.” He went on to explain how the government “welcomes the debate” of all three in the aftermath of the public disclosure that every form of electronic communication is intercepted and stored by the US government (now that said interception is no longer secret, of course) but more importantly how it is only the government, which is naturally here to help, that should be the ultimate arbiter in deciding what is best for all. Yet the PRISM-gate scandal which is sure to only get worse with time as Americans slowly realize they are living in a Orwellian police state, meant Obama would have to do more to appease a public so furious even the NYT issued a scathing editorial lamenting the obliteration of Obama’s credibility. Sure enough, the president did. Reuters reports that the first course of action by the US government will be to… shoot the messenger.

 
My thoughts…

Somehow, and for some reason, instead of looking outward at foreign individuals, groups, or entities for threats against the U.S., the government is evidently looking inward at American citizens in what would seem to be a very unconstitutional manner.

It just doesn’t make sense from a normal perspective; and it is disturbing to think about how our own government is apparently so focused on us and our activities, as though we are the ones not be trusted. It’s up-side-down.

Between the precarious western financial system and their crooked FED bankster elite, and the imperial paranoid leadership of this nation, we appear to be in big trouble… The outbreak of scandal does not bode well for this nation… but the truth needs to be exposed so that we know what we are up against and what to fix. The phone spying scandal is currently highlighted in all major media right now, and let us hope that they keep the pressure up so we stand a chance to hold accountability to those who are accountable.

Strike while the iron is hot, so to speak… relay your concern to your representatives.
Email them. It is so easy to do…
Tell Congress: Stop Mass Surveillance
Find your representative.

Contact your cell phone provider, your internet provider, and those companies mentioned in the NSA’s “PRISM” program and tell them what you think…

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

What say you?