Stop Watching Us: A Rally Against Mass Surveillance — Sat Oct 26

Hope this is already on everyone’s radar screen!

Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition

What:Stop Watching Us: A Rally Against Mass Surveillance
When: Sat., Oct. 26, 12–3 p.m.
Where:Capitol Reflecting Pool, Washington, D.C. (march from Columbus Circle, Union Station)
Who:You and thousands of others fighting to restore our privacy

On October 26, 2001, just under twelve years ago, a panicked Congress passed an ill-advised, hastily considered “USA PATRIOT” Act by lopsided margins — 357-66 in the House, 98-1 in the Senate.  As its many opponents outside the Capitol Building warned, the “PATRIOT” Act was anything but: it became a Congressional blank check to surveill and harass all too many Americans, and undermine the very freedoms we claim to value.

Twelve years later, the tide is turning — thanks to whistleblowers like Edward Snowden, Thomas Tamm, Thomas Drake, and journalists like Glenn Greenwald.  Yes, the revelations of NSA’s dragnet surveillance, deception of Congress, and what amounts to sabotage

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2 Responses to Stop Watching Us: A Rally Against Mass Surveillance — Sat Oct 26

  1. The Patriot Act would not have passed if it were not for the official lies about 9-11. Get FISA Right seems willfully neglectful of this fact. is the latest effort to expose the 9-11 false flags operation for what it really is: A policy coup.

    Leadership of Get FISA Right know these things all too well–and Get FISA Right only gives the appearance of hacking at the problem.

    The problem is neoconservatism and Zionism have overtaken our media, Hollywood, and likely operate this Get FISA Right organization.

  2. Zounds! — he’s unmasked us! Now what!? It’s all over. …Look, OK, yes: we’re part of a conspiracy so immense and an infamy so black as to dwarf any previous venture in the history of man.” You got one thing wrong, though — neoconservatism and Zionism don’t operate us — *we* operate *them*. bwahahaHAHA……

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