Voice of the White House
March 16, 2017
Washington, D.C.: As more and more is revealed about the astonishing degree and extent of governmental and private spying on the entire American public, that public is growing increasingly angry at its total lack of privacy.
That the great bulk of the victims are not Muslim terrorists or enemies of the state is of no interest to the NSA, the CIA, the FBI, the DHS and the other alphabet agency spies.
The choice of library books, medical records, school transcripts, all social media jabberings, small children's conversations with electronic spy dolls, sex toys, telephones, computers, conversations in public transportation, internet information agencies, random conversations in restaurants, choice of food in markets and many more gross intrusions are part of the daily culling of all of what we once thought were our private lives.