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11/2/2006
05:16 PM
Bob Evans
Bob Evans
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The Surveillance Society: It's Closing In!

Sorry 4 typos but I know they're watching--always suspected it but just got confirmation from Reuters news story saying US and UK r as oppressive as China and Russia in terms of spying on citizens--I hear footsteps and know they're coming for me cause I'm speaking out!!

Sorry 4 typos but I know they're watching--always suspected it but just got confirmation from Reuters news story saying US and UK r as oppressive as China and Russia in terms of spying on citizens--I hear footsteps and know they're coming for me cause I'm speaking out!!Be4 they take me remember that their eyes and ears are everywhere: credit cards, computers, mobile phones, security cameras, cars, planes, airports, schools, refrigerators, stores, banks, grocery stores, police cars, polling places, lawn mowers, and garbage bags--everything is bugged!!

Courageous holy warriors at Privacy International spoke this noble truth to big-brother power and since their two leading sources of $$$ are The Soros Foundation and the ACLU (fourth section down under "Structure and Finances"), well, then we know it's true, right?? And we know we can trust Reuters cause they're the ones who said "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter"--that's what we all believe, right? So if I escape capture, I am launching top-secret underground group called StoneTablet--no computers, no Internet, no databases and that means NO SURVEILLANCE!

Join me in creating this new future for the UK and US so we stop being as bad as China and Russia--will be back later with contact info (no website or phone; only cave address) cause I hear footsteps and know they're coming 4 me!!

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