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Why Isn't NSA Surveillance an Election Issue?

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 7:24
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Trump’s support of mass surveillance reveals his real loyalties. 
Mass surveillance isn’t designed to protect the population from terrorists. 
It’s designed to protect the one per cent from the population
This is the same one per cent Hillary represents. 
by Henry Makow Ph.D. 

The plantation is stirring in anticipation of Donald Trump’s election next week. Trump has many policies (see meme above) popular with an electorate feeling increasingly disenfranchised.  The exception is Trump’s support for police-state mass-surveillance, and support for the bogus war on terror, the Patriot Act and Muslims Did 9-11 hoax. 

Since both he and Hillary Clinton are on the same page, mass surveillance has not been an issue in the current election. This is surprising since Edward Snowden caused a sensation when he first drew attention to this in 2013. 

Trump portrays himself as the dragon slayer who is going to “drain the swamp” and “make America great again.”  

What would be more popular than a pledge to restore civil rights? What could be more fundamental to a “free” country than the right to privacy? 

Yes, NSA powers were supposedly curtained by the Freedom Act in June 2015, but not even Donald Trump believes communications are private. In a December 2015 interview, he says, “I assume when I pick up my telephone, people are listening to my conversations anyway, if you want to know the truth. It’s pretty sad commentary, but I err on the side of security.” (The NSA hasn’t stopped spying on anybody.)

How hard would it be for Trump to pledge to end the surveillance of hundreds of millions of loyal patriotic Americans? He has already pledged to treat Muslim immigrants differently. Why couldn’t he pledge to restrict surveillance to suspicious characters? 

Instead he fear mongers to justify “erring on the side of security”:  ”When you have people that are beheading you if you’re a Christian… when you have the world looking at us and would like to destroy us as quickly as possible, I err on the side of security, and so that’s the way it is, that’s the way I’ve been, and some people like that, frankly, and some people don’t like that.”

TRUE LOYALTIES

Trump’s position reveals his real loyalties. Mass surveillance isn’t designed to protect the population from terrorists. It’s designed to protect the one per cent from the population. This is the same one per cent Hillary represents. 

My view is that the Illuminati control both the Left and the Right. We are going to the same destination no matter which route we take. One route may be slower than the other, but I have not seen a radical change of course with the election of a new government in the West. Ronald Reagan was supposedly a Conservative.

One candidate may appear to be globalist, and the other anti globalist, but one theme seems to remain constant, undying support for Israel 
and all that represents, confrontation with Iran, and mass surveillance.  The Electorate is not given a choice where it really matters. 

Trump is Illuminati. I think his loyalties are to the Illuminati. In spite of this, I would still vote for him in the hope that I am wrong, and he will keep his other promises. 
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