has local PJTTF got "voices in their heads"?
upon reading Matt Drudge's latest report: VOICES INSIDE THEIR HEADS:
FIB 'DROWNING' IN INFO FROM DUGS, WIRETAPS, as you know it's going to
be same, or worst for the PJTTF (a more hyper-JTTF than the norm)and
that is encouraging for this community.
Those of you that remember your history, recall that the sure way to
cause EMPIRE TO FALL in the waning days of the Ancient Roman Empire
was for the citizenry to keep the Centurion's busy...BUSY! As these
"elite" warriors had sought their positions looking for a "free ride"
and it was very disconcerting for them to actually have to work.
Then, recall the very busy antics of the Lilliputan's in GULLIVER'S
TRAVELS, who keep him so busy, that he eventually had to fall down to
take a nap, and then, they tied him up.
The best way to keep PJTTF out of our lives, is to overload their
lazy-asses with lot's of WORK (they don't really want to work in
first place, is why they've been "rewarded" with the assignment)
and so, we need to use an excess of "buzz words" over the phone,
and liberally use them in writing comments to this website.
This will work folk's, if you overload them with information, it
not long till they're "hearing voices in their heads" and at that
point, they're fighting amongst themselves, and then within them-
selves. At that point, we've got it made...we've plucked the most
bothersome speck from our eyes!
Yeh! Team...go for it...go for the win!
REPOSTED FROM: www.drudgereport.com
VOICES INSIDE THEIR HEADS: FBI 'DROWNING' IN INFO FROM BUGS, WIRETAPS
Tue Feb 24 2004 08:48:10 ET
Thanks to the bundle of anti-terrorism measures known as the USA Patriot Act, the FBI is conducting a "record amount" of electronic surveillance, including the use of wiretaps and bugs, CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY reports on Tuesday.
But the bureau can't keep up with all the information pouring in from those and other sources, CQ's Justin Rood reports.
"We have a record amount of collection going on," said FBI spokesman Ed Cogswell in a telephone interview.
The Justice Department's 2005 budget justification for the bureau backs Cogswell up.
"Electronic Surveillance (ELSUR) collection volumes are expected to continue an upward trend for months and years ahead," the justification for the FBI reads.
The document says the increases are the result of "statutory easements to Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) authority (USA Patriot Act), a shift of FBI investigative resources to counterterrorism and counterintelligence programs heavily dependant [sic] upon ELSUR collection, and incremental growth in available ELSUR line capacity."
Electronic Surveillance - ELSUR - refers to telephone wiretaps, hidden microphones, cameras placed in private areas, and other forms of surreptitious interception of oral, written or electronic communication.
The 2001 Patriot Act (PL 107-56) included provisions making it easier for the FBI to obtain permission to spy on individuals as a part of counterterrorism investigations.
"All systems are go," said Steven Aftergood, director of the Project on Government Secrecy at the Federation of American Scientists.
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