Breaking Points: FBI Caught Searching Millions of Americans With No Warrant

This is where the liberals are at now.

Liberalism 1.0 included things like the Fourth Amendment in the Bill of Rights.

This is the truly important stuff.

This is the stuff which I don’t have any objection to. I agree with this. I don’t support the corrupt “intelligence community” spying on people and invading their privacy. According to MSNBC, supporting things like the First Amendment and Fourth Amendment is a sign of “fascism.” These things are reasonable restrictions on state power which have stood the test of time.

Liberalism 3.0 abandons traditions like the First Amendment and Fourth Amendment though in favor of “equity” and censorship and the surveillance state and “trans” rights.


  1. The main problems are (1) the secrecy of the government (which is SUPPOSED to be public, of, by and for the people) surveillance and (2) the privatisation (for private profit) of everyone’s personal information by myriad agencies from ranging credit bureaus to dark-web identity merchants. A universal social-credit surveillance system should be truly public, completely open knowledge that is freely available to all, so that all problems can be known and many of them can be corrected.

    • Faceberg, Twiddish, Joogle, AmaZion, the NSA, FBI, CIA, NRO….they are all different serpentine heads on the same Hydra known as ZOG.

  2. Most of this grew out of the “Patriot” act following 9/11. The less you control your borders the more you control your people.

  3. “things like the First Amendment and Fourth Amendment is a sign of “fascism.” ”

    (((They))) are working toward declaring the US CONSTITUTION a fascist document.

    Just watch.

    • A Federal police force was a pretty brazen move. With the “conservative”, anti-communist J Edgar Hoover heading it for so many years we mistakenly believed they’d always be the good guys.

  4. The FBI, CIA, NSA etc. have been engaged in bad conduct since they were founded. That is a big part of the reason they were founded, to engage in bad i.e. unconstitutional conduct. They are untouchable too.

    Think of all the blackmail they have accumulated over the years on politicians, big bidnessmen, academics, non-“profit” types, NGOs et al. No doubt they would put Herr Epstein to shame with their blackmail catalogues.

    The way to strike a death blow against these scumbag organizations would be to de-classify all of their archives; publish the whole damn thing and let the chips fall where they may. Every President has Executive Authority to do that too, they can de-classify anything and everything they want to with the stroke of a pen.

    Trump promised to de-classify lots of things and he did de-classify some documents on JFK’s assassination. Those documents inadvertently showed Saint MLK, patron saint of whore mongers and woman beaters was engaged whore mongering and women beating. What a shock!

    After that there were no more published secret documents. The U.S. Government can’t have its multicultural, diversity, anti-White Christian narrative destroyed by its own archives now, can it?

    • Gore Vidal wrote an interesting commentary on the establishment of the national security state, which took place in 1947. I’ll have to set aside some time to re-read his books and essays.

  5. I utterly hate all those spy agencies & the unelected, unaccountable race traitor bureaucrat scum who run them. They are metastatic cancer that needs cutting & burning out.

  6. Most of these FBI peeping toms are transitioning. We should support them. It’s who we are.

  7. They do take on oath to uphold the constitution—–

    I [name] do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.

    and it is a felony to war against the constitution.

  8. Obviously who ‘the other’ is, or who is deemed a threat, seems rather fungible — but with a population of NPCs, that does not pose much of a problem.

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