Welcome to our Electronic Police State!

Well, we are not number one, but we are now 2/100th behind Russia, so we now have the same online freedom as Putin's country!! Be sure to pick up a low-priced bottle of champagne at your nearby liquor store, to celebrate this joyous event with your loved ones, especially your son who will soon be joining our combat troops in Afghanistan. The United States, with the UK and France close behind, have now caught up with Russia, and are rapidly gaining on China, North Korea and Belarus. Our accomplishments include negating our Constitution's fourth amendment in the name of protection, and in the name of "wars" against terror, drugs and cyber attacks. Meanwhile, the UK is aggressively building the world of 1984 in the name of stopping "anti-social" activities. Their populace, unlike ours, seems unable or unwilling to restrain the government. For those who are new to the Electronic Police State Report, here are our definitions: An electronic police state is characterized by: State use of electronic technologies to record, organize, search and distribute forensic evidence against its citizens. Please click on my heading to understand your current status in our electronic police state!

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