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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

France, Mexico Condemn Extensive NSA Spying

Prophecy Sign:  The global/surveillance police state

Welcome to the police state everyone.  From governments to private individuals, everyone and everything is being spied on and monitored by some government spy agency somewhere.  Whether it be the NSA in America or the FSB in Russia, governments everywhere desire to keep on eye on you to ensure you don't step outside the line, (all in the name of protecting you from the bad guys of course).  And not surprisingly, most people seem not to care about the irradiation of their personal liberties and freedoms and even sign petitions, (a video hoax - see below), allowing governments to continue to build up the Orwellian surveillance state.

Bible prophecy warns that the future Antichrist will have authority over every person on the planet and will have the ability and the means to hunt down and eliminate those that refuse to go along with his new world order regime where acceptance of his "mark" is mandatory.

It was given power to wage war against God's holy people and to conquer them. And it was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation. Revelation 13:7 NIV

France, Mexico Condemn Extensive NSA Spying
France and Mexico are demanding explanations from the United States following new spying allegations leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. A report on the French daily Le Monde claims the NSA collected as many as 70.3 million phone records from French citizens in a 30-day period. France said the behavior unacceptable and has asked the U.S. ambassador to explain why America spied on one of its closest allies. Similar programs have been revealed in Britain and Germany. Meanwhile, Germany's weekly Der Spiegel published reports that the NSA hacked former Mexican President Felipe Calderon's email account.

‘Unacceptable and shocking’: France demands explanation for NSA spying
France has called for an explanation for the “unacceptable” and “shocking” reports of NSA spying on French citizens. Leaked documents revealed the spy agency records millions of phone calls and monitors politicians and high-profile business people. The US Ambassador to France Charles Rivkin was summoned by the French Foreign Ministry to account for the espionage allegations on Monday morning. "I have immediately summoned the US ambassador and he will be received this morning at the Quai d'Orsay [the French Foreign Ministry]," French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told press. He added that“we must quickly assure that these practices aren't repeated.” 

FSB wants Russian internet communications to be recorded
Russia’s Communications Ministry, in cooperation with security services, is finalizing a directive obliging internet providers to record private internet communications. However, unwilling to bear unanticipated expenses, internet providers are citing constitutional freedoms. According to Kommersant daily, the new directive has been in development for over six months, in close cooperation with the Federal Security Service (FSB). The major innovation of the new directive is that it would require internet providers to record constantly the last 12 hours or more of traffic coming through their servers, starting from July 1, 2014. This would allow the FSB secret service to control phone numbers, IPs, register entries, e-mails of social networks users etc.

TSA accessing government and private databases to pre-screen everyone
Jetsetters, take note: According to a front page article in Tuesday’s edition of the New York Times, the United State Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is learning much more about airline passengers than just their meal preference. It shouldn’t come as a surprise to many, but Times reporter Susan Stellin revealed this week that the TSA has access to a trove of huge databases — both federally and privately run — which it uses to keep track of information about almost anyone traveling through American airspace.

Privacy Fears Grow as Cities Increase Surveillance

Americans Sign Petition to Support “Nazi-Style Orwellian Police State”

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