In a Time of Universal Deceit, Telling the Truth is Revolutionary.
Saturday, November 26, 2022

A watched America is not a free America

Welcome to America 2006, a totalitarian police state far beyond anything George Orwell imagined in his book, 1984, which, not coincidently, is on the watch list for suspicious material if you happen to check it out of your public library.

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The growing threat of cybercrime

The criminals use programs that insert themselves into people’s
computers, then search for sensitive financial data or do other tasks
like recording keystrokes as computer users log on to their personal
accounts. The programs then automatically send what they find back to
their mother computers over the Internet, where criminals retrieve the
information and use it to close out bank or stock accounts.

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Saying goodbye to privacy

Now that President Bush has asserted that
he needn’t be bound by even the faint privacy protections in the
Patriot Act, you’re lucky if you don’t come home to find the King in
your Barcalounger watching your wedding videos and reading aloud from
your diary.

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One man’s truth is another’s propaganda

It is one
thing to tell the truth even when it damages your friends. It’s another
to tell untruths in order not to offend your enemies. It’s one thing to
give the devil his due. It’s another to do the devil’s public relations.

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Join the reserves and make more money

Most military reservists who left their civilian jobs to fight in
Iraq or Afghanistan made more money there than in their regular jobs,
according to a study that contradicts the notion that citizen soldiers
lose money when they go to war.

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