Tuesday, We Fight Back Against Mass Surveillance

A concerned citizen dealing with the surveillance problem yesterday in Sarajevo

Data from “smart” meters  is being analyzed and accessed by the NSA and other government law enforcement agencies to monitor detailed information about what you do in your own home, violating the 4th amendment of the US Constitution.  Corporations- posing as state and federal governments- are forcing a surveillance state down the public’s throat in violation of our democratic and human rights.  Is it really that surprising when people fight back and take direct action to maintain dignity and privacy in their lives?

This Tuesday is the Day We Fight Back Against Mass Surveillance.  Plan a protest.  Talk to your neighbors.  Hold a screening of Take Back Your Power in your living room.  Remove illegal surveillance equipment.  Whatever you do, don’t give them what they want- your silence (and of course, your data).

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One Response to Tuesday, We Fight Back Against Mass Surveillance

  1. Dolores Kapanke says:

    Several years ago, I bought a electrical de vice for the garage to keep out mice. I plugged it into the kitchen outlet to check for safety. After a few minutes, I began to shake uncontrollably. I didn’t know what had happened to me, until I REALIZED THAT THE DEVICE COULD BE THE PROBLEM. I unplugged it, and I stopped shaking. In 2010, I went to the Holy Land, came home and some bad things happen to me which caused me to seek professional counseling. Now all of a sudden, I began shaking uncontrollably again. I now realize that the smart meter has been installed, and that must be the reason for my entire nervous system is being attacked. It is like my entire body is forever shaking inside. I have digestive problems.

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