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Cuba: US Using New Weapon Against Us -- Spam

MobSwatter Re:The sheer volume! (137 comments)

Yes, Cuba too is targeted by corporate America, its not just for the citizens of the US anymore.

about two weeks ago
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Evidence Aside, FBI Says Russians Out To Steal Ideas From US Tech Firms

MobSwatter Re:looks like someones relevant again. (132 comments)

Welcome to the collapse of the global economy, what you are seeing is post USSR fall activity with states fighting over territory and resources. Same will happen here as everything that was taking place pre USSR collapse is presently happening in the US. Many of us refuse to see it and believe in the powers that be, but those same powers a long time ago chose to bring it down be selling future to pad their pockets of their day, the pattern repeated and it's effects have compounded, this is the damage they say is irreversible. In the US is a bit different though, the government has armored up with military grade hardware to tend to the population in obvious anticipation of bloodshed.

about two weeks ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Rule On Constitutionality of Bulk Surveillance

MobSwatter Re:Taxes? (141 comments)

Nope. But it is pretty clear that servitude is not voluntary here.

about two weeks ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Rule On Constitutionality of Bulk Surveillance

MobSwatter Re:He he he (141 comments)

I don't think anyone here is laughing, but I believe there is a growing fear that we may not find our way out of the darkness before the bottom falls out of the dollar.

about two weeks ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Rule On Constitutionality of Bulk Surveillance

MobSwatter Re:Let's nuke the white house (141 comments)

Nah, just repaint with Halloween theme because they seem to like scare the kiddies so much on a fear driven economy. Nip it in the bud, burn the money.

about two weeks ago
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U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Rule On Constitutionality of Bulk Surveillance

MobSwatter Taxes? (141 comments)

Since the 4th is out the window, they cannot have the 16th without violating the 13th. Then again it has to be taken as a whole or the contract of the 'governed' is void.

about two weeks ago
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Why No Executive Order To Stop NSA Metadata Collection?

MobSwatter Re:Is it not obvious? They have dirt on him! (312 comments)

You're right, he appears to be the fall guy, but managed to avoid it by keeping the machine going.

about two weeks ago
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Why No Executive Order To Stop NSA Metadata Collection?

MobSwatter Re:Bush started warrantless wiretapping (312 comments)

Hey now, you've hit the nail on the head. Fact is that it is corporations that wanted and bought and paid for it over time. No politician can go against it without risking retribution to their family or themselves. It's the phucking mob in corporate disguise. And because they didn't go Nuke off the bat looks like 9/11 was an inside job to begin with. They control every aspect of our lives now. That is not life.

about two weeks ago
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Why No Executive Order To Stop NSA Metadata Collection?

MobSwatter Re:Is it not obvious? They have dirt on him! (312 comments)

Is your opinion black people based upon personal experience? Or is it maybe based upon politicians in general? Just imagine the native Indians opinion of you.

Here's a thought:

Indian Chief 'Two Eagles' was asked by a white government official, 'You have observed the white man for 90 years. You've seen his wars and his technological advances. You've seen his progress, and the damage he's done.'

The Chief nodded in agreement.

The official continued, 'Considering all these events, in your opinion, where did the white man go wrong?'

The Chief stared at the government official for over a minute and then calmly replied. 'When white man find land, Indians running it, no taxes, no debt, plenty buffalo, plenty beaver, clean water.

Women did all the work, Medicine man free. Indian man spend all day hunting and fishing; all night having sex.'

Then the chief leaned back and smiled. 'Only white man dumb enough to think he could improve system like that.'

about two weeks ago
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Why No Executive Order To Stop NSA Metadata Collection?

MobSwatter Re:Is it not obvious? They have dirt on him! (312 comments)

You're absolutely right, we should file a motion to rename the dollar to the fiat, and the united states to house of corporate spam, and repaint the white house to a more appropriate Halloween theme...

about two weeks ago
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Why No Executive Order To Stop NSA Metadata Collection?

MobSwatter Re:Is it not obvious? They have dirt on him! (312 comments)

I'd have to say it probably has more to do with being shown the Kennedy assassination tapes prior to the stroke of the pen that put it into action. Cheney did say back when all this started "We're going to the dark side"...

about two weeks ago
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NYU Group Says Its Scheme Makes Cracking Individual Passwords Impossible

MobSwatter Re:Clarification (277 comments)

True, but somehow I do not believe the NSA would be compelled to support this.

about two weeks ago
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NASA Can't Ethically Send Astronauts On One-Way Missions To Deep Space

MobSwatter Re:Ethical is irrelevant. (402 comments)

Or the government can just dig out the technology they have been working on that is decades ahead of public knowledge...

about two weeks ago
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USB Reversable Cable Images Emerge

MobSwatter Re:Reversible (208 comments)

Well, so much for the USB superposition...

about two weeks ago
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NSA Confirms It Has Been Searching US Citizens' Data Without a Warrant

MobSwatter Re:April Fools? (274 comments)

All of this is product of a compromised election process. The CIA is known for their responsibility of doing the dirty work and I can see the terms used to be 'just get it done', the NSA is responsible for signal intelligence and can see the same terms used again, 'just get it done'. Both were forbidden constitutionally from conducting operations on US soil and against US citizens as they are branched from DOD. When you have people in office that are not representing the people, these things will be abused by method of order and they will be held accountable if they do not comply. The constitution or supreme law of the land as well as the law that governed the government was for a long time the line between the US being a respected nation or a monster. We've seen the monster part for a while now, so have the powers that compromised the election process. If we fail to recognize it for what it truly meant to all of us as a nation we will plunge further into darkness beyond the financial industry just holding off the fall until it is a problem of someone else. The constitution does not need to be amended, just respected. The election process can certainly stand to be changed.

about two weeks ago
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Senate Report Says CIA Misled Government About Interrogation Methods

MobSwatter Re:So Arrest Them (207 comments)

That's as about as likely as a candidate that promises to crack down on organized crime. It'll change when the powers that be decide 'they' don't want to live in a shit hole, not before.

about two weeks ago
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How the FBI and Secret Service Know Your Network Has Been Breached Before You Do

MobSwatter Re:The processor... (72 comments)

Well sure, only as much as you are truly anonymous... ;)

about three weeks ago
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How the FBI and Secret Service Know Your Network Has Been Breached Before You Do

MobSwatter Re:Simple... (72 comments)

Yep, that happened sometime around RSA generating not so random numbers. And all the money spent by store fronts on encryption for POS systems was fraud because we the people cannot have encryption unless it is broken. Looking back on some of the people in my life I do not doubt subtlety, resources or intellect of a criminal.

about three weeks ago
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How the FBI and Secret Service Know Your Network Has Been Breached Before You Do

MobSwatter The processor... (72 comments)

They have real time access to credit card processors and to all major credit cards, they had this long before so they can effectively track an individual under warrant by their spending, they can tell by time and usage if a number has been compromised. There was never a reason to penetrate the store front credit card processing environment so Dell, apology accepted for the "inconvenience" -jerks. These numbers they come across in their hacking endeavors should be flagged by the major credit cards and credit source charges rerouted if they wanted to pursue individual targets, aside from that they should be immediately cancelled. I've seen bad investigative calls made by the Secret Service by determining malware that monitored keystrokes detected on the fileserver, but it would have been required to be present on the terminals as that is where the keyboard wedge MSR's were installed. I'm pretty sure these guys are quite busy on their forensics but they need to better substantiate root cause to rule out inside jobs.

about three weeks ago

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