BIG BROTHER’S THREE HUNDRED MILLION MAN ARMY
By Paul McGuire
June 24, 2013
A certain percentage of the media acts surprised that they have allegedly been spied on and that their personal cell phones, email, social media and internet use have been closely monitored. The National Security Agency (NSA) PRISM program supposedly monitors all internet and cell phone activity in the US and stores the data in massive complexes like the one in Utah. The Thought Police seem to have discovered they have a master and his name is Big Brother. However, Big Brother is more complex than most people imagine. Big Brother is bipolar, has multiple personality disorder, and runs the various entities of the American Orwellian state through these different personalities.
Despite the fact that the current Big Brother spying campaign went into action in the late 1940s and initially was called ECHELON, certain segments of the media claim they just uncovered it through a NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden. One can only assume from the collective statements of the media that they were unaware of massive electronic surveillance programs prior to a couple of weeks ago. This claim of innocent ignorance by the media is especially difficult to swallow in light of the fact that much of this has been public knowledge since the 1940s and the large “alphabet soup” intelligence agencies have openly talked about it in interviews, pictures and videos. The precise details and names involved in these operations were secret, but the global power of a Big Brother surveillance state was in many respects an open secret. That is why H.G. Wells, a science fiction writer and former head of British intelligence, wrote such books as The Open Conspiracy, precisely because it was open!
Government surveillance using satellites, computers, and electronic communications was deliberately revealed to the American public for decades. In fact, the NSA allowed countless thousands of pictures and articles to be distributed through the media about their giant glassy-black building complex in Utah. The NSA openly discussed that it was for surveillance and even revealed the amount of electricity it needed to run the countless computers in air conditioned rooms and maintain billions of computer files. So why are the American public, politicians, and media so outraged?
Al Gore and countless other politicians who are Democrats, Conservatives, and independents are really Big Brother. They masquerade as crusaders of good and champion various causes for freedom and human rights. But Al Gore revealed himself as Big Brother when he said “the Constitution is an evolving document,” which means that whenever the power elite don’t like something they arbitrarily change it by Presidential or judicial decree. For example, the First Amendment clearly states:
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”