Category Archive: National Security Lies

Nov 09

TSA again fails 80 percent of security tests

In the aftermath of 9/11/2001, Congress created the “Transportation Security Administration,” the agency that strips, fondles, and molests the American people as they attempt to exercise their right to travel. The government claimed that private screeners were inadequate and only government agencies could be trusted to protect air travel from terrorists and hijackers. For more …

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Sep 14

Flea abandons dog: former CIA official quits Harvard teaching gig in protest of Chelsea Manning

A win-win for Harvard University today. Former CIA official and deep-state parasite Michael Morell has “abruptly resigned” from a teaching job at Harvard to protest the University’s hiring of recently-released patriot whistleblower Chelsea Manning. See here. Morell claimed Harvard ‘‘honors a convicted felon and leaker of classified information’’ by hiring Manning as a visiting fellow …

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Sep 12

Government failure: U.S. companies enforce their own rights in the global market

Interesting column by Steve Sherman. It seems a U.S. company, CoStar, was allegedly the victim of theft by a competitor named Xceligent. CoStar manages websites with information and photos of real estate properties for sale or rent. The company spends millions annually obtaining information and graphics. CoStar found that Xceligent was stealing its pics and …

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Sep 05

Government of Virgin Islands issues order allowing authorities to seize guns ahead of Hurricane Irma

During disasters and extreme weather, people often find their own government is a greater source of danger than their weather concerns. Every government ultimately comes for all property, all money, all freedom, and to kill or cage all who resist. Governments frequently wait for opportunities to disarm their subjects, and natural disasters provide one of …

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Aug 19

Americans have virtually abandoned short air travel due to government hassles

The daily stink and stain of life under near-total government has made America LESS mobile. Here is an astounding report indicating that since 2000, “short haul [air] traffic” has “Decline[d] in the US” by $34 billion. Government “security” policies imposed since 9/11/2001 have made Americans increasingly use alternative surface transportation. (The regulations almost certainly do …

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Aug 08

Spanish government (upon orders of Turkish government) arrests journalist for “terrorism”

Every government that ever existed has sought to equate dissent and criticism with terrorism or treason. Untold thousands of humans have been arrested, subjected to mock trials, and/or executed for saying or writing things which their masters in government did not like. Throughout European history, thousands were burned at the stake, hanged or tortured for …

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Jun 27

“Terror in Cyberspace!”: Lysander Spooner University Launches New Research Project

Lysander Spooner University is announcing a new research project: “Terror in Cyberspace.” For two decades, government trusters and the “national security” state have been trumpeting the alleged danger that “terrorists” will take over the internet (or parts of the internet) and then will do such things as destroy or disrupt America’s power grid or other …

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Apr 25

New CIA director declares war on free speech rather than on actual adversaries of the United States

The Washington Post has published an essay by the courageous Julian Assange about Mike Pompeo, the new director of the CIA. In “his first speech as director of the CIA,” according to Assange, Pompeo “chose to declare war on free speech rather than on the United States’ actual adversaries.” See here. Pompeo described WikiLeaks as …

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Apr 19

Antiwar.com wins small victory over unlawfull FBI surveillance

Antiwar.com is a courageous small news website dedicated to noninterventionism. Since 1995 it has published a wide variety of antiwar news items, columns and interviews. Antiwar.com is generally libertarian rather than socialist, as so many antiwar movements have been in the past. Around 2012, Antiwar.com was the victim of a hack attack. The producers reported …

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Jan 01

Another fake government “cyber attack”

Fora decade, government supremacists have demanded that people surrender freedom of speech and press and allow the government to take control of the internet. They frequently claim “cyber terrorists” will use the internet to shut down the “power grid” or otherwise disrupt American life. Of course the nation’s power plants are not online and are …

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