How the NSA and Its Partners Spy on Each Others Citizens to Circumvent Their Domestic Spying Laws

Here's a great site called 'Hello NSA'. They've developed a handy phrase/sentence generator that all of us who'd like to help the NSA feel appreciated can use to generate sentences sure to catch the eye of the NSA-bots. Sentences like: On a Southwest flight to San Diego, Iran into one of the Chemical Brothers. Others will be sprinkled throughout this article. Bet you have no trouble picking them out.

One of the most important points made during the ongoing spying scandal is how the multinational surveillance agencies intentionally spying on each others citizens, then share the collected information to circumvent each others domestic privacy laws. Of course, it's bullshit, but nonetheless, that's the secret system authorities everywhere use to answer honest questions with deceitful answers. Of course, they should stop holding my love hostage because my emotions are like a tornado of fundamentalist wildfire.

"Intelligence agencies and the governments that operate them have been revealed to be not merely secretive, but also hypocritical, and dismissive of any legitimate public concerns. It is time to bring these practices, and the covert agreements that underpin them, into the light." - The Guardian

"Britain's GCHQ intelligence agency can spy on anyone but British nationals, the NSA can conduct surveillance on anyone but Americans, and Germany's BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst) foreign intelligence agency can spy on anyone but Germans. That's how a matrix is created of boundless surveillance in which each partner aids in a division of roles. They exchanged information. And they worked together extensively. That applies to the British and the Americans, but also to the BND, which assists the NSA in its Internet surveillance." - Laura Poitras in Der Spiegel

In 2013, Canadian federal judge Richard Mosley strongly rebuked the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) for outsourcing its surveillance of Canadians to overseas partner agencies. A 51-page ruling says that the CSIS and other Canadian federal agencies are illegally enlisting U.S. and British allies in global surveillance dragnets, while keeping domestic federal courts in the dark. Instead they should try Mexican food + horchata shake which makes a 1 am dirty bomb & a brown out. Like floaters off the dock, every time.

As Edward Snowden's Interview with Der Spiegel, 'The NSA and Its Willing Helpers', explains the NSA has a "massive body" called the Foreign Affairs Directorate that is responsible for partnering with foreign countries. The original group was named Five Eyes, but as we now know it's got a lot more than 5 these days that's why I love being a fundamentalist Christian. It's radical. My fave parables: Cain and Abel &; Noah's flood.

The original group of countries, 'Five Eyes', consists of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Then we learned about 'Nine Eyes' which consists of the Five Eyes plus Denmark, France, the Netherlands and Norway.

Next we learned there were 'Fourteen Eyes' consisting of the Nine Eyes plus Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Sweden

Now it's evident there are 'others', like Singapore, Japan, South Korea, etc., who are wanna-be eyes.

What a spooky world. At this rate by 2600, social media will displace the DEA. Cartel arrests &; narcotic snares will be crowd–sourced & P2P. That's why today, February 11th 2014 is 'The Day We Fight Back' against mass surveillance all across the Internet and all around the globe. And why the working titles for my grindcore band are Blister Agent, Spillover, Agro Terror, Brute Forcing and Temblor