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US prison officer visits liberal Norwegian prison 86% Posted Nov 2014

US prison officer visits liberal Norwegian prison

Comment: 1110 days ago

a real life working B F Skinner box its not to hard to see why the usa finds it hard to understand the reasons why this system works. as lock them up and throw away the key clearly doesnt work

Elizabeth Warren on fighting back against corporate giants 95% Posted Oct 2014

Elizabeth Warren on fighting back against corporate giants

Comment: 1132 days ago

so banks never gave credit to people who they new could never pay it back did they?? or never tried to sell off these toxic loans to other banks?? or where never fined for selling toxic loans?? people are to blame for what they do but so are banks if not more so

A threat to American democracy 97% Posted May 2014

A threat to American democracy

Comment: 1293 days ago

i believe the law was the fisa act or court anyone in the usa is classed as a usa member and if the nsa whats to spy on that person they have to go to the fisa court to get permission to spy within the law but they had to prove they had grounds to do so but as they are not allowed to spy before getting fisa court agreement in made it very hard to get the grounds that the fisa court needed.as most of the 911 attackers where in or soon to be in the usa it made it hard for the nsa to find out what they where up to within the law.thats why i think the info they had on 911 was not passed about as it should have been because sadly what they had was tec illegal.

but the point you make also played a big part eg who could think it could happen to us must have been a major part in it being missed.but thats there job to protect the usa so just because it sounds impossible should'nt have been grounds to not act on it.the sad thing is lets just say the 911 members where just plane fans and ment no harm to the usa at all if the nsa had of acted and stopped them there act in stopping them would have been illegal and they could have found themselves in court over it.which again makes no sense to me damed if you do damed if you dont.

i also think that what the nsa is doing after 911 is also mad collecting as much info as possible in the hope they find the next 911 means they are looking everywhere but sadly cant see anything.the number if false leads they have to follow up means time is being wasted and missing the real next threat.to me the boston bombings show that the nsa is missing key leads.if memory is correct the father told the fbi he had worries about his son and this was not followed up maybe because they had so much waste data to follow up on first.

also the words we have used in these posts must have flagged up something at the nsa.so hello nsa anything you would like to add to the post to help us to get the facts correct (left myself wide open for some smart ass to post on all of this )

A threat to American democracy 97% Posted May 2014

A threat to American democracy

Comment: 1293 days ago

if you dont what to answer questions on this then say so i have aleady stated it has nothing to do with the above.to me you always like to answer questions put to you in a nice manner so did'nt think you would have a problem with this like you appear to have now so let me know and we can save this for a time when the nsa is in the post??

as for 911 yes they had info on the possible attacks but it was the law that stopped them from passing on that info.all phone/internet call to the usa direct come under the law which means they have to prove there is a threat and how can you find out if its a threat if you cant listen in on it so alot of info to the usa direct was not allowed to be listen in on and laws stopped them from passing on what they had it was not as simple as that but the usa phone tapping laws stopped them from stopping 911 (we hope)

A threat to American democracy 97% Posted May 2014

A threat to American democracy

Comment: 1293 days ago

the nsa states that it does'nt tap usa people you can think that to be true or not we will never know so it down to who we trust.the way i look at it is the nsa states it only taps people who a a threat to the usa to me that sounds o.k but the amount of data the nsa has collected and is collecting now is a very very massive larger than you can dream.that to me is the problem are there realy that many people who are a threat to the usa or is some of that data collected about usa people who are of interest to the nsa and are not a threat at all eg the gov whats to find out about a company buy out and they have the tec to listen in do you trust then not to do that??the amount of data to me shows they may well be doing things of that nature.

as for anpr cameras and cars what you say is going on.i also believe the street cameras in london have the power to track people using there faces so they can track people not just cars around london this all came about when the i.r.a targeted london.for me its not about if it is legal or illegal its about trust do you trust your gov with this info about us they are collecting?? for me if the gov set up a web page where i could log in and see all the info they had collected/tracked on me it would go a long way in gaining trust eg its collected in pubic areas i should have access to my info.it boils down to how this data is being used so its all down to how you feel and trust your gov.did you know 911 could have been stopped (possibly) if the nsa was allowed to collect data on people without having to go to court to allow them to become legal to spy on this group of people who did this it was the laws that stopped them and allowed 911 to happen.again if people could get hold of the info held on them then the people who did 911 could have looked up this info and found out they had been found out they may not have done what they did and would now be lock up prison or put off doing what they did a very simple way of seeing what went on a know but if you are going to do something wrong and you know you have been found out you would stop going through with it.you try filming the police in a public place its not illegal but they dont like it but its o.k for them to film you again its all about trust

A threat to American democracy 97% Posted May 2014

A threat to American democracy

Comment: 1294 days ago

sadly the nsa has broken laws by tapping phone/internet calls of usa people but thats the spying game (District Court Judge Anna Diggs Taylor concluded that NSA's warrantless surveillance program was both illegal and unconstitutional.) i dont think its peoples credit card details they are after?? i believe london to have the most cctv cameras in the world for its size and i bet gchq is doing the same as the nsa in the u.k.it will not be long before if not aleady dones will be flying over the usa so it will not be long before the usa catches up with the u.k. so we all should be worried but as you say if you are doing nothing wrong its not a problem is it?? as for the video nothing other then the first post uses the nsa as a ref and you asked for a question.data collected as with anything still needs people to go through it so still feel safe at min.do you think all this spying by the usa and u.k on its own people is a good thing or is it starting to go abit to far??

A threat to American democracy 97% Posted May 2014

A threat to American democracy

Comment: 1294 days ago

not disappointed just wondered if you new or had anything to do with narus at that time.reading a book about it at the min called the shadow factory by james bamford its the history of the nsa.i didnt know that most of the worlds phone/internet traffic goes through the usa even if you are not calling the usa this happens not so the usa can spy but because of cost and the way the phone/enternet works.i dont have a great problem with what the nsa does because most other countries do the same thing eg the u.k but i am not a great fan on the other hand.it would appear they are good at getting data but because of the amount they collect it makes the sadly quite lacking in there leads eg 911 being a good example but we will also to a point never know if it works well??

A threat to American democracy 97% Posted May 2014

A threat to American democracy

Comment: 1294 days ago

are you sure?? it was officially formed as the NSA by President Truman in 1952 so if you agree this to be true eg the nsa was formed in the 50's can you answer the first question???

A threat to American democracy 97% Posted May 2014

A threat to American democracy

Comment: 1294 days ago

when you worked for at&t phone company did you know about the nsa using this phone company to tap into phone calls/internet on usa people plus the rest of  us without any court allowing then to do so???

Broken lives of immigrants deported from US to Mexico 86% Posted Apr 2014

Broken lives of immigrants deported from US to Mexico

Comment: 1312 days ago

cary's dream job hope it makes you smile if only they could be saved http://www.killsometime.com/videos/13672/A-Man-and-His-Goose-Army

Young kid's first time in a car wash 88% Posted Apr 2014

Young kid's first time in a car wash

Comment: 1319 days ago

 i have found the gradfarthers post not that easy to find thankyou for your help as it would appear he was in the back with the seat

Young kid's first time in a car wash 88% Posted Apr 2014

Young kid's first time in a car wash

Comment: 1319 days ago

as with the link i found and yours at no time does it state the grandfarther and child seat are in the back?? only one post of someone else as a child going through a car wash as a child.is it possible that you have mistaken this to mean its is about this video post???

Young kid's first time in a car wash 88% Posted Apr 2014

Young kid's first time in a car wash

Comment: 1319 days ago

look there first before posting was unable to find maybe a link would help??

Young kid's first time in a car wash 88% Posted Apr 2014

Young kid's first time in a car wash

Comment: 1319 days ago

at what point did the grandfather say the child seat was in the back must have missed that as i guess did others??

Abby Martin comments on Kevin O'Leary's view of poverty 98% Posted Feb 2014

Abby Martin comments on Kevin O'Leary's view of poverty

Comment: 1378 days ago

globel 2000 in action thats why he's happy for cary its not to do with company ratings  http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/master_file/global2000.htm time to start to take the late bill coopers hour of the time in

Cargo ship snapped in half by angry seas 88% Posted Feb 2014

Cargo ship snapped in half by angry seas

Comment: 1378 days ago

we can with all that oil spilled from its tanks we can scoop it up and burn it to make leci lol

Questions for Statists 62% Posted Feb 2014

Questions for Statists

Comment: 1378 days ago

spend your time on sorting out legal bribery in your system its a far easier task then to get a straight answer out of cary.plus i feel cary has already answered you question he's with the 1% gang because thats his god

David Simon - The horror show of America 88% Posted Feb 2014

David Simon - The horror show of America

Comment: 1384 days ago

i thankyou for spending the time to reply to my request which i have read.at no time did a say that i would respond back.the request was made to see what your take was on the post and you appear to have missed the message in this post yet again

Chris Hedges calling all rebels 87% Posted Feb 2014

Chris Hedges calling all rebels

Comment: 1384 days ago

looks like even boreme is trying to get through to cary and his god.lets see how he discredits this post??

David Simon - The horror show of America 88% Posted Feb 2014

David Simon - The horror show of America

Comment: 1384 days ago

thanks missed that one

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