WIRED now totally admits what the entire media called ‘loony conspiracy theories’ just five years ago

Sunday, April 19, 2015
By Paul Martin

by: Jonathan Benson
Sunday, April 19, 2015

Remember when it was considered the subject matter of tin foil hat-wearers to surmise that everything we do, say, or search for online is being tracked by covert government agencies acting in blatant violation of the U.S. Constitution? Well, now it’s become common knowledge that we live in this exact, illicit surveillance society, as is now openly admitted by popular media sites such as WIRED.

A recent piece by the site’s Bruce Schneier lifts a veil on the mass surveillance activities taking place by the likes of the National Security Agency (NSA), whose cover was blown by whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013, and subsequently by several others. Initially, it was thought that such technological capacity only existed in sci-fi films, and that surely government agencies don’t have the time or resources to collect information on, well, everyone.

But now it turns out that this premise is actually a reality — the military-industrial complex, in the name of “national security” and the faux “war on terror” is actively collecting what Schneier explains is a treasure trove of metadata on practically every American. And it is doing so without consent or constitutional approval, with seemingly no recourse for those who would choose, if they could, to opt-out.

“We may not like to admit it, but we are under mass surveillance,” writes Schneier for WIRED, dispelling all accusations that government spying is some kind of loony conspiracy theory.

NSA and other treasonous organizations surveil Americans to maintain military dictatorship, not to protect “national security”

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