Americans now have the same online "freedom" as Putin's subjects

Congratulations Americans! We, the masters of declining empires now have almost as much "freedom" as the happy citizens of Russia. A new report published by Cryptohippie: The Electronic Police State: 2010 National Rankings, rips away the veil from the smirking visage of well-heeled corporate crooks and media apologists of America's burgeoning police state. Cryptohippie's analysts say that the top ten nations are of two types: Those who have the will to spy on every citizen but lack the ability, and those who have the ability, but restrain their will! In that light, the USA has negated 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 'antisocial' activities, while France and the EU have given themselves over to central bureaucratic control. For example, in France, the German newsmagazine Spiegel reported that a new law passed by the lower house of Parliament "conjures up the specter of Big Brother and the surveillance state." Similar to legislation signed into law by German president Horst Koehler last month, police ans security forces in France would be granted authority to surreptitiously install malware known as a "Trojan horse" to spy on private computers. Please click on the headline of this article to read the rest of this story, at http://www.globalresearch.ca/

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