Voice of the White House

April 29, 2016

Washington, D.C.:
The growing illiteracy of the American public, aided by a decaying and grossly incompetent public educational system, coupled with various computer-based systems, bodes ill for society in general. These systems draw more and more into their nets, and by doing so, make it very, very easy for governmental surveillance systems to keep its eyes on the citizenry, to watch their every move and study their daily activities without even leaving their offices. That this trend is deliberate is without a doubt and the so-called 'social networks' are a boon to what the alphabet agencies hope is the ability to watch each and every citizen, from age nine upwards. The government wants no more civil defiance such as it experienced during the Vietnam War and wants to identify, and crush, any person or any movement it deems threatening to whatever plans it wishes to implement. 'Won’t you come into my parlor?' said the Spider to the Fly…