Gang Stalking – Defeat CISPA: don’t allow military and security agencies to get info on you.

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CISPA - The solution is the problem

CISPA - The solution is the problem (Photo credit: DonkeyHotey)

I have to keep repeating this because I feel it’s important.  Look  behind your oven and refrigerator.  I haven’t checked behind my refrigerator for about 4 days, and, of course, they’d stuck plastic, magazine and bottle caps.  All things to attract electricity.  I also noticed that the compressor has all kind of wires attached to it.  The wires are not supposed to be back there.  The electrical cord is a mess.  The cord has three different wires and they took one wire, shortened it and put another electrical wire through, made a hole in the back of the refrigerator and attached it to the back of it, and cut the wire, so now I’m able to the see the copper.  I turned my refrigerator off  because I’m afraid it’ll cause an electrical fire.  The animals don’t care what they do to you.

I keep  thinking that there must be good people in the world, but where are they?  I keep running into people who have no souls.

We’ve stopped SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and PIPA (Protect IP Act).  Now the law makers have come up with a new law that’s even worse than either of the two.  It’s called CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act).  This act will allow companies to share private information with military and intelligence agencies, agencies like National Security Agency.  Information like private emails, financial records, and medical records will no longer belong solely to you, the goverment will have the right to look at all your information.  I’d like to know why the government needs to see our medical records?  What business is it of theirs to know our medical history.

This smacks to me as an invasion of privacy.  This act infringes on our First Amendment rights, freedom of speech, etc.  Releasing information to National Security Agency  is a real no-no.  The military and security agencies have no business knowing what we’re doing.  The military and National Security Agency won’t even need a warrant to get information on us.  They can, if they want, just start snooping.  This is what’s going in the Middle East now.  The military and security agencies have knowledge of what its citizens are doing.  An act like this can only lead to a government that has control over everything  we do.  It can lead to more spying on citizens, which can eventually lead to a communist type of government.

Some of these things are already happening to me.  I’m sure that the government has not gone to court to get a warrant on me, but it snoops through my mail; my  computer’s hacked; and it  knows my financial information.  The government  knows how much money I have to the penny.  All the things they’re the doing to me are ILLEGAL!  But they’re doing them.  If they can so easily do this to me, why can’t they do it to everybody else?

I’m asking any American who cares about preserving his freedoms to get in touch with your representatives and tell them to vote against CISPA.  Let’s stop CISPA in its tracks.  Let’s knock it out of the ballpark!  Let’s defeat another law that’s dangerous to the few liberties we have left.

I’m sure if this law’s defeated, another one will pop up. They’re going to keep pushing laws like this to wear us out.  But I know how easy it is to lose one’s freedom, so I know how precious our liberties are.  I’ll keep writing against such laws.

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