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9/11: The day we lost our privacy and power

9/11: The day we lost our privacy and power
Every day, we have to prove we have 'nothing to hide'
By: Duncan Campbell

Investigative reporter Duncan Campbell reflects how 9/11 has torpedoed resistance to intrusion and undermined privacy rights born of earlier struggles. It may, irreversibility, have changed the way we think.


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good introspective article

glad you guys liked it.

we should celebrate the day a

we should celebrate the day a select few in our government betrayed us by watching http://www.loosechange911.com/

the truth must prevail...

We're gonna get the same ole dog & pony show every year until the truth finally becomes "mainstream". It is OUR job to expose the lies. I know this a big task, but we'll get out new investigation when Dr. Paul takes office.. and then the truth will be known. Keep fightin' the good fight. You are not alone.

"sometimes I hug the coffee table when no one is looking."


Is anyone else sick to their stomach this morning watching the memorial ceremony knowing that 9/11 was perpetrated by rogue elements of our own Zionist government?

It makes me sick.

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It's a Memorial service

For the families and friends of those names being read, the grief is the same no matter who did it. They may have some misplaced anger, but the pain is the same.

If you see something, say something, the government is listening.
Silence isn't golden, it's yellow.

We didn't "lose" those things.

They are taking them from us.
Big difference.