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The patriot act is about expire, and ISIS is in the states, how convenient.

 
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This is GLP???
But you got a point.....


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The Patriot Act is the only protection we have from the douchebag muzzies.
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Is that what they preach down at the lodge? Puppet.
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It wont expire....

Congress will get off their asses to extend it, you watch...
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The criminals all claim, in defense of the NDAA/Patriot Act/NSA, that: "we have been able to connect the dots and protect Americans as a result of these programs which are effective". I don't give a damn whether they are "effective" or not. I'll take the loss of lives; just give us back our freedom.
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Freedom will not be given...It will be fought for.
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No attack for a while.

Firstnitmwill,expire

Then lots of chatter about ISIS. LOTS.

after a few months of building things to a fever pitch... Economic collapse in October.

Only then will there big a big ISIS thing of some sort.

This will be the one-two punch that will push us over the edge to martial law. But don't look for it to be called that.
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Politicians never relinquish power once they have it.

They only increase it.
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yep...

some sort of attack by "isis" on a mall or something then boom!

"this is why the Patriot Act is necessary and we would expand it even more..."
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It's time to write the criminals in Washington again. Tell them this unconstitutional intrusion into our privacy needs to go away.

[link to www.senate.gov]

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Guess the WHITE POWDER one-sided hysteria was getting stale.

At least it mainstreamed Cipro for pharma. Those were the days.

What happened to all those ghostly Al Qaida cells everywhere.

That got stale pretty fast despite numerous laughably conceived phlegmmy false flag hairballs "our" "gov't" coughed
up.
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No attack for a while.

Firstnitmwill,expire

Then lots of chatter about ISIS. LOTS.

after a few months of building things to a fever pitch... Economic collapse in October.

Only then will there big a big ISIS thing of some sort.

This will be the one-two punch that will push us over the edge to martial law. But don't look for it to be called that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68733195


This is the smarter play by them

all you fringe folk expecting an attack for validation of Pat Act don't seem to realize that when all of you expect something, they never go for it.

It is always something unpredicted, the above idea is CLOSER to what will happen

I think it will expire, NSA will have serious blowback unprotected by it

It will all look like "happy happy joy joy the people got a say" kinda thing - pushed back tyranny.

But, it's just another show for you

Not long after a MAJOR attack will occur, far worse in actual scope than 9/11

And then all the elite power players and their puppet politicians and talking heads will say "WOW - looks like we need the Pat Act and NSA and NDAA more than EVER. We learned our lesson. MORE CONTROL"
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How convenient...drevil
 Quoting: GodSaveAmerica


That was the exact image I had in my head when I was reading that article
 Quoting: Philosophical Glider


The boogeyman is here. Save us with patriot act slavery.

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Politicians never relinquish power once they have it.

They only increase it.
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George Washington and Cincinnatus.

Farage too
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Politicians never relinquish power once they have it.

They only increase it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67743285


Yep.

Or rename it, wrap it another package and put it out for public consumption.

What I LOL'ed at was the recent judge saying the data collection under the PA was unconstitutional. Really? Three weeks before it was set to expire, and after how many years of the NSA running amok? And the judge recommended that the corporations that generated that data be the ones to retain said info so the data collection doesn't stop, it just shifts to a different database. Same hard to swallow pill, it just comes in a new improved capsule version as opposed to the old tablet version.
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That's what I put together. This shit is so in our face. I'm guessing we are all stupid according to them. Remembrr Jonathan Grueber?? How fucking elite.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24906970


According to them, I think the proof is in the pudding. They're able to pull this shit off without anyone so much as batting an eye at it. Like come on, it can't only be us in the lunatic fringe that are capable of seeing the obvious bullshit they get pull.

Is it that no one cares?
Is it that no one knows what to do?
or is it that no one even sees it?

Selective attention I suppose.. "I would rather look at a picture of kim kardashian's ass than protect my rights."
 Quoting: Philosophical Glider


>Is it that no one knows what to do?

Yes, I think so.

The middle of the road American is a peaceful person. I think that is the normal state of humans.

We are confronted with a government which has turned murderous on us, and enemies within our communities who love violence and war.

It's hard for a person to wrap his head around that.

I believe it is counterproductive to call the peaceful American a sheep. We should care for our fellow citizens, whatever they believe. That was one thing that helped build our nation, was caring for and helping our fellows.

Now there is so much time spent in cursing and scorn for others. That is so divisive.

In the long run, how can that help us to deal with and defeat the enemies?

United we stand, divided we fall.
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IntelCenter1: US: NORTHCOM issues FPCON BRAVO for all military bases due to jihadist threat
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FPCON BRAVO describes a situation with a somewhat predictable terrorist threat. Security measures taken by agency personnel may affect the activities of local law enforcement and the general public. (Must show two military base IDs at gates.) Force Protection Level I Antiterrorism Training defines FPCON Bravo as: FPCON Bravo applies when an increased and more predictable terrorist threat activity exists. Specific information suggests probable violence, but nothing indicates that this installation is targeted. Extra precaution is appropriate to deter terrorist planning. Additional measures may affect operational capability and relations with local authorities. You can expect stricter inspections of vehicles, deliveries, and ID checks. You will see a greater presence of guards on your installation.
 Quoting: AltUpdateReport


"U.S. Northern Command partners to conduct homeland defense, civil support and security cooperation to defend and secure the United States and its interests."
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Sure looks like people are FINALLY starting to figure out what's been going on here...ooooopppp....too late. But...oh well!!
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The Patriot Act is the only protection we have from the douchebag muzzies.
 Quoting: Holy Cow!_33


Seriously!!!

If you believe that then you need to grow up and start thinking critically.

The "patriot act" is the single most damaging piece of legislation against our liberty and freedoms in history.

There is nothing patriotic about it!
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Terror attack before June..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 61744975


False flag terror attack that is. This is also to try and insure people like Rand Paul do not make it to the Whitehouse. That is ALL I have seen on the news, talk about how the NSA spying crap has kept us safe and the more Libertarian republicans are going to get us all killed. What a load of shit.
 Quoting: KimmieAnnaJones


I agree. They're getting their ducks in a row. The isis shooting in TX where Jade Helm happens to be was a complete set up, and I believe there will be more to come. They are already playing this game saying "Don't you trust our guys, our military? Why don't you trust your troops? You're spitting on us.." Liberal media is doing it's best to try and guilt the public over this, calling everyone fanatics.
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Politicians never relinquish power once they have it.

They only increase it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67743285


George Washington and Cincinnatus.

Farage too
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 784102


Farage just resigned as UKIP leader.
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IntelCenter1: US: NORTHCOM issues FPCON BRAVO for all military bases due to jihadist threat
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FPCON BRAVO describes a situation with a somewhat predictable terrorist threat. Security measures taken by agency personnel may affect the activities of local law enforcement and the general public. (Must show two military base IDs at gates.) Force Protection Level I Antiterrorism Training defines FPCON Bravo as: FPCON Bravo applies when an increased and more predictable terrorist threat activity exists. Specific information suggests probable violence, but nothing indicates that this installation is targeted. Extra precaution is appropriate to deter terrorist planning. Additional measures may affect operational capability and relations with local authorities. You can expect stricter inspections of vehicles, deliveries, and ID checks. You will see a greater presence of guards on your installation.
 Quoting: AltUpdateReport


"U.S. Northern Command partners to conduct homeland defense, civil support and security cooperation to defend and secure the United States and its interests."
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 Quoting: Holy Cow!_33


Amazing how this, PA expiration and Jade Helm all have such a coincidental timing. And nothing .gov/.mil does is coincidental.
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Sure looks like people are FINALLY starting to figure out what's been going on here...ooooopppp....too late. But...oh well!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44861234


Exactly. It's all been in place for years. But really, we all should have been raising complete hell when TSA started their "enhanced pat downs" in the airports. That was a big giant step forward ... and should have been the line in the sand.
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[link to www.eff.org (secure)]

"All of these sections are concerning, but Section 215 takes the cake. Itís the authority that the NSA, with the FBIís help, has interpreted to allow the U.S. government to vacuum up the call records of millions of innocent people. Itís also been the focus of most of the NSA reform efforts in Congress over the last year and a half. But if there were ever a time to reform the NSA, itís nowóbecause a vote for reauthorization, without comprehensive reform of NSA spying, will very clearly be a vote against the Constitution."


It's going to expire on june 1st, but now that "isis is in our counter" we all know what results will entail.
 Quoting: Philosophical Glider


The US does not need the (UN)Patriot act to deal with ISIS, if they are really here. Stop letting in muzzies would be a great place to start.
Funny how 'social security' has a shortfall...but never WELFARE!
Gimme a break.
Somehow, we can always afford ALL types of welfare (even for millions of illegal immigrants!), plus billions in foreign aid to nations that hate us...BUT...social security is a "problem".

Nah, the problem is the goobermint...Unknown AC.


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[link to www.eff.org (secure)]

"All of these sections are concerning, but Section 215 takes the cake. Itís the authority that the NSA, with the FBIís help, has interpreted to allow the U.S. government to vacuum up the call records of millions of innocent people. Itís also been the focus of most of the NSA reform efforts in Congress over the last year and a half. But if there were ever a time to reform the NSA, itís nowóbecause a vote for reauthorization, without comprehensive reform of NSA spying, will very clearly be a vote against the Constitution."


It's going to expire on june 1st, but now that "isis is in our counter" we all know what results will entail.
 Quoting: Philosophical Glider


The US does not need the (UN)Patriot act to deal with ISIS, if they are really here. Stop letting in muzzies would be a great place to start.
 Quoting: Petitroche


put them all in Detention Camps, to get them all under control, and then ship them out from there.

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The Patriot Act is the only protection we have from the douchebag muzzies.
 Quoting: Holy Cow!_33


No its not!
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The Patriot Act should never have been passed. It's abuse with the TSA, DHS, executive power grabs, and loss of freedom is the antithesis of America's foundational values.

The second amendment is America's original and still the best national security plan.
 Quoting: Resister


Allegedly the terrorists hate us for our freedoms, but it was bush and company who took them away, with Obama and congress being complicit. Who are the real terrorists?
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The Patriot Act is the only protection we have from the douchebag muzzies.
 Quoting: Holy Cow!_33


I thought you were smarter than that, HC. The US Constitution is what has made the US strong, not it's destruction.
Funny how 'social security' has a shortfall...but never WELFARE!
Gimme a break.
Somehow, we can always afford ALL types of welfare (even for millions of illegal immigrants!), plus billions in foreign aid to nations that hate us...BUT...social security is a "problem".

Nah, the problem is the goobermint...Unknown AC.


Blame it on my ADD, baby...Sail


The election of Donald Trump didn't cause the hatred displayed by the progressive liberal left and democratic party. The election of Donald Trump exposed it.
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Politicians never relinquish power once they have it.

They only increase it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 67743285


George Washington and Cincinnatus.

Farage too
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Farage just resigned as UKIP leader.
 Quoting: DawaSatso


hi
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"All of these sections are concerning, but Section 215 takes the cake. Itís the authority that the NSA, with the FBIís help, has interpreted to allow the U.S. government to vacuum up the call records of millions of innocent people. Itís also been the focus of most of the NSA reform efforts in Congress over the last year and a half. But if there were ever a time to reform the NSA, itís nowóbecause a vote for reauthorization, without comprehensive reform of NSA spying, will very clearly be a vote against the Constitution."


It's going to expire on june 1st, but now that "isis is in our counter" we all know what results will entail.
 Quoting: Philosophical Glider


The US does not need the (UN)Patriot act to deal with ISIS, if they are really here. Stop letting in muzzies would be a great place to start.
 Quoting: Petitroche


put them all in Detention Camps, to get them all under control, and then ship them out from there.

.
 Quoting: Holy Cow!_33

The patriot act really doesn't make us secure. It helps to control us and erode our freedoms. They will use any excuse to extend it or make a tougher one.
When did common sense become so uncommon?
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IntelCenter1: US: NORTHCOM issues FPCON BRAVO for all military bases due to jihadist threat
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FPCON BRAVO describes a situation with a somewhat predictable terrorist threat. Security measures taken by agency personnel may affect the activities of local law enforcement and the general public. (Must show two military base IDs at gates.) Force Protection Level I Antiterrorism Training defines FPCON Bravo as: FPCON Bravo applies when an increased and more predictable terrorist threat activity exists. Specific information suggests probable violence, but nothing indicates that this installation is targeted. Extra precaution is appropriate to deter terrorist planning. Additional measures may affect operational capability and relations with local authorities. You can expect stricter inspections of vehicles, deliveries, and ID checks. You will see a greater presence of guards on your installation.
 Quoting: AltUpdateReport


"U.S. Northern Command partners to conduct homeland defense, civil support and security cooperation to defend and secure the United States and its interests."
.
 Quoting: Holy Cow!_33


Amazing how this, PA expiration and Jade Helm all have such a coincidental timing. And nothing .gov/.mil does is coincidental.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 51728832

Check that wording..Northern Command Partners..security "cooperation"...
How very TPP of them.

Sends chills down my spine.
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