Der Führer’ Barack Hussein Obama

June 28, 2013 by

Edward Snowden, as an NSA contractor at the mega-corporation Booz Allen Hamilton, discovered a program called PRISM, where Internet and phone giants like Verizon, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo are feeding literally trillions of electronic communications into a mega database shared by the National Security Administration and GCHQ, General Communications Headquarters—the British equivalent of the NSA.

What exactly are they collecting? Recordings of phone calls, emails, Facebook posts, Skype, credit card transactions, even your banking records!  They not only know who you are, but where you are: Your smart phone’s GPS coordinates are being collected by the trillions along with the content of your phone calls.

What does Barack Hussein Obama think about the NSA in bed with corporations gorging themselves with every imaginable piece of data on American citizens? He doesn’t try to hide it—in fact he’s proud of it, touting it as necessary to protect us as a result of his endless war on terrorism. Finding it necessary to nullify the Fourth Amendment. In effect nullifying the Constitution!

The Italian dictator Benito Mussolini famously said that the definition of fascism is the merger of state and corporate power.

And that is exactly what has occurred with the government in bed with mega-corporations and so-called “contractors” like  Booz Allen Hamilton, which is just one of literally dozens, if not hundreds of “contractors” that the U.S. and British government use to spy on the world.

Booz Allen Hamilton has been portrayed as an innocent party in the spying controversy, but they are far from innocent. As is apparent from a cursory look at who goes in and out of the government-corporate revolving door, they are virtually indistinguishable from the U.S. government, the NSA, and CIA.  Where does  the government begin and the private company end? They are literally indistinguishable.

Of the thirty thousand or so employees of Booz Allen Hamilton and its parent company The Carlyle Group, most are former NSA and CIA employees. And why not? The government and the corporate world have become virtually indistinguishable under Barack Hussein Obama.

These are just a few of the crème de la crème passing through the government-corporate revolving door at Booz Allen Hamilton:

James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence who famously lied to Congress about collecting and archiving every single phone call made by Americans, is a former Booz Allen Hamilton executive.

James Woolsey, a former CIA director, is currently a high ranking executive.

Frank Carlucci, owner of the Booz Allen Hamilton parent company The Carlyle Group, was the Deputy Director of the CIA under Carter. Yes, the government-corporate connection goes way back!

This is just a short list. The Carlyle Group and Booz Allen Hamilton are literally gorged with former NSA and CIA employees. Barack Hussein Obama has taken Mussolini’s fascist state-corporate merger to a new level!

Oh, but this is just the beginning.

According to the Guardian—the publication that has broken virtually all of the Edward Snowden revelations—what we initially learned about the scope of the U.S./UK government’s snooping on American and British citizens pales in comparison to what has now been revealed.

Per the Guardian:

Britain’s spy agency GCHQ has secretly gained access to the network of cables which carry the world’s phone calls and internet traffic and has started to process vast streams of sensitive personal information which it is sharing with its American partner, the National Security Agency.

This bears repeating: The NSA and GCHQ are collecting, archiving, and analyzing the world’s phone calls and internet traffic: that is, the vast majority of the citizens of the world are being spied on by the American and British governments: Hundreds of millions of people worldwide!

Having access to this vast amount of information is a recipe for abuse of power:  power over information means power over individuals. Citizens worldwide. A global fascism. A precursor to a one-world dictatorship.

Barack Hussein is the embodiment of Mussolini’s definition of fascism. But he is beyond Mussolini. In fact, he is beyond Hitler. He is the 21st century’s Der Führer on a worldwide scale, collecting information on every single person on the face of the earth in order to keep them under his thumb, in order to control them, to punish them, and more than likely ultimately to kill them.  “Der Führer” Barack Hussein Obama must be stopped. Americans put a stop to Hitler, and Americans will have to put a stop to Barack Hussein Obama. Impeachment must begin now.

Western Center for Journalism

 

NSA has total access via Microsoft Windows

‘They can effectively compromise your entire operating system’

Published: 6/23/13

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WASHINGTON – The National Security Agency has backdoor access to all Windows software since the release of Windows 95, according to informed sources, a development that follows the insistence by the agency and federal law enforcement for backdoor “keys” to any encryption, according to Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

Having such “keys” is essential for the export of any encryption under U.S. export control laws. The NSA plays a prominent role in deliberations over whether such products can be exported. It routinely turns down any requests above a megabyte level that exceeds NSA’s technical capacity to decrypt it. That’s been the standard for years for NSA, as well as the departments of Defense, Commerce and State.

Computer security specialists say the Windows software driver used for security and encryption functions contains unusual features the give NSA the backdoor access. The security specialists have identified the driver as ADVAPI.DLL. It enables and controls a variety of security functions. The specialists say that in Windows, it is located at C:\\Windows\system.

Specialist Nicko van Someren says the driver contains two different keys. One was used by Microsoft to control cryptographic functions in Windows while another initially remained a mystery.

Then, two weeks ago, a U.S. security firm concluded that the second key belonged to NSA. Analysis of the driver revealed that one was labeled KEY while the other was labeled NSAKEY, according to sources. The NSA key apparently had been built into the software by Microsoft, which Microsoft sources don’t deny. This has allowed restricted access to Microsoft’s source code software that enables such programming.

Access to Windows source code is supposed to be highly compartmentalized, actually making such actions easier because many of the people working on the software wouldn’t see the access. Such access to the encryption system of Windows can allow NSA to compromise a person’s entire operating system. The NSA keys are said to be contained inside all versions of Windows from Windows 95 OSR2 onwards.

Having a secret key inside the Windows operating system makes it “tremendously easier for the NSA to load unauthorized security services on all copies of Microsoft Windows, and once these security services are loaded, they can effectively compromise your entire operating system,” according to Andrew Fernandez, chief scientist with Cryptonym Corporation of North Carolina.

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Whistleblower: Obama used NSA for politics

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Tells radio host IRS possibly employed data to harass opponents

 

Published: 6-18-2013

 

William Binney

The IRS may have utilized surveillance data collected by the National Security Agency to harass political opponents of the Obama administration, including the tea party, charged NSA whistleblower William Binney in a radio interview.

After working in the intelligence community for more than 30 years, Binney retired from the NSA in 2001. He co-founded a unit on automating NSA signals intelligence and served as technical leader for NSA intelligence in 2001. Binney is credited with helping to modernize the NSA’s worldwide eavesdropping network.

Asked on Aaron Klein’s WABC radio show Sunday whether he believes data collected on millions of Americans was used by the government against political enemies, Binney replied in the affirmative.

“That’s exactly the danger about letting the government have all this kind of information about its citizens,” the ex-NSA official stated.

“For example, one of the [tea party] people testifying to Congress that was being harassed by the IRS said that the IRS, one of the questions the IRS asked them was what relationship do you have with this other person, and they gave a name. The real question that needs to be asked is how does the IRS know about that relationship?”

Binney was referring to testimony on Capitol Hill earlier this month in which tea party activists said they were confronted with questionnaires about their donors and affiliations.

Continued Binney: “The point is if you take in all this metadata … you can figure out who is in the tea party and who is central to the tea party and then if somebody is applying for a tax-free or tax-exempt status, you can check against your list of the tea party and say you should or should not harass them based on that if they match. So, I mean, that’s the hazard of it.

“The real question is, the IRS needs to answer, is how do you know about that relationship? I mean, that’s the key question because that then will tell you about whether or not the government internally is using that, or someone in the government.”

Binney explained how government officials and outside contractors can access private data on citizens.

“See that’s the real problem. You not only have to trust the government to do the right thing. You got to trust all the people working in the government to do the right thing. And then all the contractors that they hired to manage the system, you have to trust them, too.”

Binney also responded to a claim from US intelligence agencies that they only checked the metadata of under 300 telephone accounts in 2012.

“It’s kind of hard to believe that they have on the order of, you know, 10,000 people looking at three hundred phone calls,” he stated.

Binney became a vocal critic of the NSA after his retirement. He has estimated the NSA has intercepted 20 trillion communications “transactions” of Americans, including emails, phone calls and financial data. He has claimed the NSA is “purposefully violating the Constitution.”

His home was raided in 2007 as part of a leak investigation in which he was eventually cleared. Binney had been accused of serving as a source for a 2005 New York Times article exposing the NSA’s warrantless eavesdropping program. His NSA security clearances reportedly have been revoked.

WND

(It now looks like Snowden is a great patriot and a hero! Editor)