Now that it's come to light that every American is presumed to be a terrorist, a potential terrorist, a sympathizer of terrorists, or a concubine/valet of a terrorist, we need some creative responses. Since it's obvious our government has absolutely no regard for the Constitution, and they ARE going to listen to every electronics communication technologically possible, we have two options. Number one is to go off the grid and confine our communications to smoke signals and messages in bottles. But this is both inconvnenient and unnecessary. Number two is my brilliant solution.
First, let us establish that indeed not EVERYONE who uses a telephone or a computer is a terrorist. (I can't specifically speak for YOU, but I can assure you I'm a very non-terrorizing feller). With that in mind, we can conclude that the combined forces of NSA, FBI, CIA or KAOS agents don't have enough resources to analyze every communication. Sure, they have the technology to record it all, but who's going to be able to ever sort out the good guys from the bad guys? So here's my bullet-proof solution that requires neither high levels of technical savvy or political influence. It only requires a certain level of commitment. And a lot of audacity.
I urge EVERY American, whenever communicating by electronic means of any kind, to liberally sprinkle their communications with suspicious, threatening, terrorist-oriented verbiage.
For example...when posting a blog, you simply insert: Bomb, Anthrax, Nuclear, Al-Quaeda, Taliban, or Assassination between every fifth word of your post. Thus, the terror-analyzing folks will be so overwhelmed that they'll just give up and find real jobs. Since most of these analyses are done by computer anyway, there's a good chance you'd simply melt down all the NSA's terror-analyzing processors by information overload.
I thin k you'll agree this is a very effective and practical solution for returning life to a semblance of normalcy. I wish Mr. Snowden had asked me first.
Causes Eric Nichols Supports
Free Burma Rangers, Partners Ministries (Thailand), Literacy council of Alaska, Access Alaska.