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Will Democracy return to America?

There’s NO WAY you voted for that stupid prick Donny Dump if you read this blog. Everyone knows Republicants can’t read for shit. They watch television instead.

Because Fox News creates an alternate reality for its viewers.

So long as so many millions drink the Kool-Aid, that country will remain at an impasse. The good news? Younger viewers aren’t nearly as thirsty for what Fox is serving.

DUMP TRUMP is finally coming to fruition JUST in time for Thanksgiving. Hopefully by Christmas, Santa will bring the best gift possible – certain impeachment!

That little assclown has tweeted his last insult…

Why Google fears Apple and the Chinese

Google is a notorious data collector — so you’re really paying for its “free” services with your privacy. But now the Chinese want a piece of the action too…

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WARNING: The United States of America is a very dangerous place. Up Next on The Anonymous Show.

Apparently FLAG BURNING is a big thing for some Americans. For others, it’s fair demonstration – freedom of expression.

America is a very dangerous place. It is owned and operated by greedy elitist capitalists, filled with poor, uneducated, physically and mentally ill people who value alcohol, food, handguns, money, religion and war. (In that order :-))

Their mass media is used to fuel an impossible fantasy called “The American Dream” to control the populace and keep them ignorant of the fact the rest of the world hates their hypocritical smugness and murdering ways. You would do well to never set foot in that country.

You won’t miss a thing!

FRANKENFONE© | Can YOU put it down?

It’s a brave new world. And it’s affecting you daily in a most insidious way – the death of intimacy and the lost art of conversation. Many people simply cannot relate to others unless a keyboard is present. Read the rest of this entry »

SUNDAY Series® | Zero privacy

The British government is taking extraordinary new powers to monitor everyone’s emailing, internet browsing and phone calls

BIG Brother 1984
The recent report by the Interception of Communications commissioner, Sir Paul Kennedy notes that 519,260 requisitions of communications data from telephone companies and internet service providers were made in Britain last year. It is very mysterious who is doing the bulk of this spying, since no statistical breakdown is offered. But Sir Paul suggests the procedures may be a bit much for local authorities and things ought to be made easier for them.
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Big Brother gets bigger, says global privacy study

According to an international privacy report, governments around the world are increasingly invading the privacy of citizens with surveillance, identification systems, and archiving of private data.Driven by concern over immigration and border control, countries have been quick to implement database, identity, and fingerprinting systems, according to the International Privacy Ranking report.

Surveillance cameras There was also an increase in the trend of governments archiving data on the geographic, communications, and financial records of citizens, as well as enacting legislation intended to increase the reach into individuals’ private lives, the report found.

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China SUX ASS SERIES: Truth #5 BIG, BIG, BIG, BIG, BIGG Brother

As many as 80 million! Chinese have died since 1949, after the Communist party gained power Details: On the Chinese Communist Party’s History of Killing (external link), by the Epochtimes

This poster, displayed in late 1966 in Beijing, shows how to deal with a so-called "enemy of the people" during the Cultural Revolution. (Jean Vincent/AFP/Getty Images)

This poster, displayed in late 1966 in Beijing, shows how to deal with a so-called "enemy of the people" during the Cultural Revolution. (Jean Vincent/AFP/Getty)

This number exceeds the total number of deaths in both World Wars combined.

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