Government Shreds Constitution: Obama Admin Admits to Spying on Every Single American through Internet

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June 7, 2013 Posted by:

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Shortly after we reported on the U.S. governments program to spy on Americans through the cellphone carriers, another bombshell dropped. This time an  intelligence officer with the NSA leaked documents that showed the NSA and the Federal government had direct access to every major internet company in the world, and they were actively collecting data on everything that is done online.

The documents highlighted a classified program, code-named PRISM, which had not been made public until now. PRISM  taps directly into the central servers of at least the top nine U.S. Internet companies, including Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, and Apple. The Program allows the NSA and the FBI to access every Americans audio and video chats, photographs, e-mails, documents, and internet connection logs.

One of the scariest parts of this program is what a career intelligence officer, the person who the Washington Post claims sent them materials related to the Prism program, said about the NSA’s capabilities. He told the Post, “They quite literally can watch your ideas form as you type.”

History of the PRISM Program

PRISM was launched during the last month of the Bush administration, but it’s the Obama administration who really took this program to the next level, when they added 8 of the 9 internet giants to the program. Since Obama came to office, the NSA has managed to make deals that give them direct access into every major server in Silicon Valley.

While everyone of the companies has denied being part of the PRISM program, the documents tell an entirely different story. According to the leaked documents, the PRISM Program started with Microsoft, who joined the information-sharing program in December of 2007.

Shortly after the Obama administration came to power, Yahoo came onboard in 2008. It was followed by Google, Facebook and PalTalk in 2009; YouTube in 2010; Skype and AOL in 2011; and Apple, which joined the program in 2012. The program is continuing to grow, and is expected to bring on even more providers this year.

What Exactly are they collecting?

In one word; EVERYTHING! The size of this program is almost unbelievable. From email, video and voice chats to photos, file transfers, social networking details and even personal financial information, the amount of information being collected is mind-boggling.

The program literally allows the NSA direct access to the servers of every one of these companies. It then allows them to obtain both stored communications as well as perform real-time collection on targeted users.

The Constitution of the United States has Been Shredded

Without a warrant, without a court order, and even without any suspicion of wrongdoing the federal government is now tracking every single internet user in the United States. Everything you do, say or type online, through one of these major internet channels, is now being funneled directly into the FBI and NSA’s databases.

Obama Administration admits to Programs, and Defends Actions

President Barack Obama, is a speech earlier this morning, forcefully defended both NSA spy programs. He then tried to lay the blame on previous administrations, despite the fact that he has overseen the program for the last five years.

President Obama told the audience:

“I welcome this debate and I think it’s healthy for our democracy,” he continued. “I think it’s a sign of maturity, because probably five years ago, six years ago, we might not have been having this debate.”

constitution signingReally? Because I’m pretty sure our country already had this debate back in 1776; and I think we resolved it on September 17, 1787 when we adopted something called The Constitution of the United States. One would think a so-called Constitutional scholar would realize the debate is over; our 4th amendment rights are supposed to protect us from this gross invasion of privacy.

There is no debate; this is a 100% violation of every single American’s Constitutional Rights.

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17 Responses to " Government Shreds Constitution: Obama Admin Admits to Spying on Every Single American through Internet " Please share your thoughts...

  1. Ben Franklin says:

    Thank You. I’m glad someone realizes that the presidents bullshit debate line is just that BULLSHIT. Like you said, The Constitution of the United States resolved the debate. It’s been over for over 200 years it can’t be reopened.

  2. Crazy Uncle Tom says:

    Well I guess this just goes to show ya those conspiracy theorists aren’t so crazy after all are they?

  3. Barry says:

    Hmmm.. So can we get access to the phone, email and social accounts of everyone in Washington?

  4. mojalefa says:

    that wat democrasy is al abt in the 1st place. who told u it was al abt total choas? U can do as ur mind thnk without been influenced.

    • Matt says:

      Are you drunk? Wtf did I just read? Learn proper grammar and how to use spell check please… You lower the IQ of the entire Internet when you share your ‘thoughts’. Spare us, please.

  5. Randy says:

    The biggest problem is…What are we the little man gonna do about it?
    Any prosecution will come from the good ole boy political network of republcrats

    • George Snorry says:

      Exactly, until the average American rises up and says enough is enough this will continue to happen and become much worse. They know the average American has the attention span of a fly, and they know they have beat the fighting spirit out of America long ago.

      • Morris Patman says:

        That may well be that the fighting spirit is gone, but what about the survival spirit.

        What do we Americans do when the paper bills that are supposed to be money won’t buy a loaf of bread?

        What do we do when gas goes to $45/gallon and all the gas stations are closed and boarded up?

        What about food, if most grocery stores end up the same way?

        All the solutions presented on these listed web sites are very short term.

        What if the only hope of survival any of us have is to ask the poor Russians what they are doing to survive and plan something similar? We may not be in the same boat, but we are definitely going down the same river and we have the same amount of paddles.

  6. Squid man says:

    I second the motion, we need to monitor all the elected as-wipes in D.C. I know there is more going on than most know..

  7. Sean says:

    This is an unbelievable admission and deeply troubling but not surprising…

  8. Jean says:

    I am so sad and ashamed at this (and more)

  9. SNIPER says:

    NO MORE SKYPE SEX.

    • Me says:

      lmao

    • Morris Patman says:

      NO MORE SKYPE SEX. Yes and you better stop watching porn movies, especially free porn movies, because there are traps set on the web that can get your IP address on someone’s automated list. They can send a program into your computer that causes your hard drive to quit working. When you take your computer to the repair shop, the repair man is required by law to turn in your hard drive as evidence when your case is brought to court.

      I had to have the hard drive crash twice before I believed it too. I would like to have the computer fixed, but I dare not take it to the repair shop!!!

      In the meantime. No more watching porn videos!!!!!!

      If someone is after porn watchers? What next?

  10. sherman says:

    Sounds like Nazi Germany with a modern upgrade.

    • Morris Patman says:

      Either that or Stalin’s Russia, so what are we Americans to do? It is way to late to attempt to stop what is happening, so what do we do?

      • sherman says:

        fight back the only way that is legal.stop voting for the good ol boys with the most money to advertise with.Paul Harve once said that anyone who campaigns for the job should be automaticly disqualified.let,s put some people in office who really have to work for the pay not the power.

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