So the government does respect privacy…

Muslim privacy.

…the government’s sweeping surveillance of our most private communications  excludes the jihad factories where homegrown terrorists are radicalized.


I can feel your surprise.  Actually, I’ve hacked into the NSA mainframes and can see the shocked look on your face right this very second.

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3 Responses to So the government does respect privacy…

  1. Edohiguma says:

    So, who’s really surprised?

    Let’s just get one thing clear. Nobody is radicalized in the mosques. Nobody gets turned into an extremist.

    These people are simply doing what their so called “prophet” did. Mohammed waged war, fought 66 battles, had the free enslaved, had the seeing blinded, and the cherry on top is how he had all his critics murdered. Oh yeah, and all the Jews in Arabia, who dared to not follow him? Yeah, he had them murdered as well. There’s nothing radical or extreme about trying to be like Mohammed. That nutter, in islamic mythology, is the perfect human being and every “true believer” (that’s the meaning of “muslim”, btw, just like “islam” really means “submission”) has to try and be like him.

    You want extremist mohammedans? Check the secular ones. They openly defy their scripture.

    The terrorists are pious followers of the mass murdering, pedophile “prophet”.

  2. Edohiguma says:

    Speaking of the NSA mainframes:

    If true, and let’s face it, Snowden’s qualifications should be easy to obtain, then it’s really not just the data gathering. It’s also hiring unqualified personnel. Smells like the TSA all over again.

    I’ve worked in IT for while. I ran an IT department for a large company over here for a few years.

    Let’s say this guy would want a job: “Snowden is a 29-year-old high school dropout who trained for the Army Special Forces before an injury forced him to leave the military. His IT credentials are apparently limited to a few “computer” classes he took at a community college to get his high school equivalency degree–courses he did not complete.”

    Sorry fellow, but you’re not qualified.

    So how did he get that job? There’s nothing in his resume that would want me to hire him to be working hard- and software worth millions (or more.) Heck, calling Snowden an IT guy, with that crappy resume, is an insult to every tech working in this field.

    So how did he get that job?

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