NSA’s ‘Collect It All, Know It All’ Is Actually the Stasi Model”

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Vatic Note:   Well, of course it is.  The problem with these Khazar Zionist bankers is they use continually what has always worked and why is that?  They have no soul or spirit so they have no creativity or flexibility, so they must rely on what has always worked and the "STasi Model" for them has always worked.  Not this time, since its been exposed and resistance will be great.

The author points out that NSA collects raw data and keeps it, even though it is essentially useless information.  What this author neglects to tell us, but we have learned elsewhere earlier, is that all that data coming into NSA is automatically passed onto a foreign country, namely, Israel and its done unfiltered or screened, so that is treason.

Its against our Constitution for anyone in our own government to do what they are doing, but what is worse, they are "INTENTIONALLY" passing the illegally obtained information onto a foreign power that is essentially an enemy of our country based on their stated intent to end America as we know it.

This is exactly what Nazi Germany did to its citizens once they suspended their Constitution and ended the Republic.  Our traitors did not have the good sense to do the same to our Constitution and republic, so we could react to it in a timely and appropriate manner.  This is why it resembles the Stasi Model.  So, unlike Nazi Germany, they are clearly traitors according to the classic definition of treason.  Read it and see what you think.  I bet you can hardly wait to get in the smart meters, huh?   LOL  

NSA’s ‘Collect It All, Know It All’ Is Actually the Stasi Model”
by Washington Blog, July 11, 2014
NSA’s Retention of Intimate Details and Photos of Innocent Americans Shows Malintent.
NSA's ‘Collect It All, Know It All’ Is Actually the Stasi Model”

The Washington Post reported last week:
Ordinary Internet users, American and non-American alike, far outnumber legally targeted foreigners in the communications intercepted by the National Security Agency from U.S. digital networks, according to a four-month investigation by The Washington Post.
Nine of 10 account holders found in a large cache of intercepted conversations, which former NSA contractor Edward Snowden provided in full to The Post, were not the intended surveillance targets but were caught in a net the agency had cast for somebody else.
Many of them were Americans. Nearly half of the surveillance files, a strikingly high proportion, contained names, e-mail addresses or other details that the NSA marked as belonging to U.S. citizens or residents.
Many … files, described as useless by the analysts but nonetheless retained, have a startlingly intimate, even voyeuristic quality. They tell stories of love and heartbreak, illicit sexual liaisons, mental-health crises, political and religious conversions, financial anxieties and disappointed hopes. The daily lives of more than 10,000 account holders who were not targeted are catalogued and recorded nevertheless.

A composite image of two of the more than 5,000 private photos among data collected by the National Security Agency from online accounts and network links in the United States. The images were included in a large cache of NSA intercepts provided by former agency contractor Edward Snowden. (Images obtained by The Washington Post)

The Post continues:
"Among the latter are medical records sent from one family member to another,résumés from job hunters and academic transcripts of schoolchildren. In one photo, a young girl in religious dress beams at a camera outside a mosque.
Scores of pictures show infants and toddlers in bathtubs, on swings, sprawled on their backs and kissed by their mothers. In some photos, men show off their physiques. In others, women model lingerie, leaning suggestively into a webcam or striking risque poses in shorts and bikini tops.
“None of the hits that were received were relevant,” two Navy cryptologic technicians write in one of many summaries of nonproductive surveillance. “No additional information,” writes a civilian analyst.
Boing Boing notes:
"The collateral targets — who far outnumber [actual targets] — have intimate, totally irrelevant information about their lives collected and retained by the spies, where it is routinely accessed by spies, analysts, and private-sector contractors.
Almost everything in the NSA cache is haystack, in other words, with just a few needles. And the hay is deliberately collected and retained, even though it consists of things like love notes, baby pictures, medical records, and other intimate data belonging to people who are under no suspicion at all."
So why does the NSA retain these intimate – but wholly irrelevant – details and images of innocent Americans?  In other words, even if they were – as the NSA claims – accidentally collected, why on earth is the NSA keeping them?

Washington Post reporters asked an NSA official why the information was retained even though it was “useless”.

According to one of the co-authors of the Washington Post story – Ashkan Soltani – the NSA’s response was that it might become “of interest” at some time in the future (starting at 50:50):
"It’s very difficult to ascertain the intelligence value of a particular collection, either a photo or a  communication.
It’s very hard to be absolutely sure that it’s not going to be of interest."   (VN:  Essentially what they are saying is they are hanging onto it "In case" it "might" become "of interest, with no probable cause to suggest it ever would.   I personally think they hang onto it to turn it over to Israel. 
We covered this issue in a recent previous blog.  There is one more possibility.... they are "saying this", so that we police ourselves by being careful what we do and say.  That is another form of "effective" control of the population, especially those who would otherwise resist such actions and tactics.  Our Constitution is still the law of the land, so they are way way in deep trouble, if we ever get anyone to enforce our laws at the top of the spy heap.)
This is not an isolated incident.  For example, US and UK intelligence services have also gathered millions of webcam images … many nude.  And top experts say the NSA is collecting the CONTENT of all of our phone calls and emails.
Indeed, the NSA itself admitted in writing that its “collection posture” is:
“Collect it All,” “Process it All,” “Exploit it All,” “Partner it All,” “Sniff it All” and, ultimately, “Know it All.”
Indeed, for 5,000 years straight, mass surveillance on one’s own people has always aimed at crushing dissent.  Former top-level NSA officials say that this is “J. Edgar Hoover on super steroids“, and that we’ve turned into Stasi Germany or the Soviet Union.  They say we’ve turned into a police state.

What J. Edgar Hoover, the Stasis and the Soviets did was collect information on people, and then use it to discredit, harass or blackmail those they decide they don’t like … including the nation’s most powerful politicians and military leaders.
As a high-level NSA whistleblower told Washington’s Blog:
“Collect it all, know it all” [the NSA's model] is actually the Stasi model. It’s not just know everything; we have to be able to keep everything that we want to know, even if we don’t know it yet.
It’s a collect it all first mentality … and then we’ll get to know it all. I call it “feeding the beast”. (VN: I call it fascism and treason, its more simple and honest.)
I keep shuddering because I’m intimately familiar with the East German surveillance state mentality.

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