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But seriously I'm growing tired of my government. My patriotism is unquestionable, not unconditional.

but seriously

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlzvC_lQOlU

questioning could get you on the naughty database
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So much scary stuff going since 9/11..everything is justified by the threat of 'Terrorism' homebred or elsewhere. Even in the Netherlands where I live things have changed dramatically. Our police force can hack suspects (can be any crime) to find out more about them or find proof rolleyes.gif
News like this should rile-up more people, it's like everyone sticks their head in the sand and when people who DO care want to talk about these sort of things, they are considered paranoid, or crazy...and then ofcourse the "i have nothing to hide" argument...sigh
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Originally Posted by Kipsofthemud View Post

So much scary stuff going since 9/11..everything is justified by the threat of 'Terrorism' homebred or elsewhere. Even in the Netherlands where I live things have changed dramatically. Our police force can hack suspects (can be any crime) to find out more about them or find proof rolleyes.gif
News like this should rile-up more people, it's like everyone sticks their head in the sand and when people who DO care want to talk about these sort of things, they are considered paranoid, or crazy...and then ofcourse the "i have nothing to hide" argument...sigh

the nothing to hide argument is the most annoying, its also very, very selfish. If the future of their children and grandchildren means anything then they should care more. But in the end a lot of people feel warm and cuddly with BB watching them ? kookoo.gif
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I'll be keeping my old 'dumbphones' thank you.
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