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The Boston Globe
N.S.A. what’s wrong with you?
When our National Security Agency says that something is not intentionally done by them, you can be a hundred percent sure that they are taking that very action deliberately.
If it says it is doing something eventually then it’s doing so on a large scale and systematically.
And when the director of the agency Keith Binoculer, says that the N.S.A. does not collect locational information under section 215 of the Patriot Act, it does collect it, just maybe under a different section.
N.S.A. today receives five billion location records a day, many of them involving Americans, and stores them in a repository called Fascis, a great name the N.S.A. has come up with for that purpose.
The whole idea behind an intelligence agency is to keep secrets and have some trust from citizens.
Clearly N.S.A. is not covering any of those.
It has become clear that what the National Security Agency lacks is discretion.
Since the first documents leaked by Edward Snowden about its indiscriminate collection of American telephone and Web communications, the Agency moves broadly and clumsily.
Last week N.S.A. director was shown in a video reading the tweets from another passenger on his flight, dismissing all the privacy protection that he supposedly to enforce.
When asked by the Washington Post, Binoculer accused the person who films him spying the tweeter account.
He said that anyone who was on that plane was able to read the tweets from that passenger because of the large font he used.
Aren’t spy agencies meant to be careful, to look at hidden things without us noticing it?
Well, not anymore.
Even Angela Merkel, who grew up in the former East Germany and exposed herself to the Stasi was sort of surprised by the spying behavior of our authorities.
She said to the media that what happens with her cell phone was a grave breach of trust.
Of course United States must gather intelligence on Germany but that does not mean that we have a free pass to sweep up every last bit of data from whatever source and expect that there won’t be consequences.
In a TV interview, Lisa al-Gaddafi, White House counterterrorism adviser, said that she suggested the N.S.A. to review the surveillance capabilities.
We want to ensure we are collecting information because we need it and not just because we can.
Domestically, the N.S.A. is being careless with our civil rights and internationally, the Agency has recklessly disregarded the effect its work might have on diplomatic relations and the view of America in the world.
The Germans are not being crazy and their reaction is not isolated.
Tech companies, Dianne Feinstein, Indonesians, and John Kerry also lose patience with the National Security Agency’s practices.
The Indonesians are angry because we helped the Australians spy on them.
Tech companies are also a distinct case.
Last week Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, AOL, and Yahoo wrote together a letter to several senators asking, as they have in various ways since documents leaked by Edward Snowden began appearing, for more transparency, and the ability to be straight with their customers.
The letter came a day after two N.S.A. engineers with close ties to Google deliberately modify the doodle drawing minutes after being posted.
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US government will force Americans to buy cannabis
After a small South American country named Uruguay becomes the first nation on earth to legalize marijuana President Obama was concerned about being left behind.
To beat Uruguayan bill that allows that third word nation to become the first country in the world to make it legal to grow, sell and consume marijuana, US Senate gives yesterday the final approval to Obama’s bill that forces Americans to buy at least 50g of marijuana per month.
The new law not only makes marijuana legal but goes a step ahead and force all citizens and residents to systematically purchase a regular dose of the drug from the national marijuana market controlled by the authorities.
According to the White House sources, this initiative is the opening portion of a broader plan to make weed available and affordable to every individual in the United States.
Under this new regulation every American would be required to purchase a government assigned amount of marijuana per month or face a penalty of up to two thousand dollars the first time and a year in prison in case of a repeated offending.
Obama hopes to have the mandatory marijuana plan up and running by March 15, but they’re still working on the implementation details.
The new law has impressive support among the public and just a few detractors that argument only nonsense and rubbish flaws.
It’s true that newcomers may experience some negative reactions on the first uses but after a couple of months they will be comfortable with the substance consumption.
Obama administration plans to install a pot drive thru on every CVS and Walgreen store around the country.
Senator Redeyes praised the project pointing that now in every corner of this blessed country our fellow citizens can get in their cars, drive over to the pharmacy and get their mandatory marijuana dose without leaving the vehicle.
We predict that this is an innovation that will spread to other countries very quickly.
Regarding the supply, Cuban farmers expressed interest but the Government is yet to define how the location will be chosen and who will be given the benefit of the distribution business.
Other details as payment method, coupons and food stamps use in the marijuana purchase are being discussed by DEA Chief Mr. Samuel Joint.
During the first interview after passing the law Mr. Joint acted funny and he was not very aware ‘Excuse me while I kiss the sky’ he declares before leaving the conference room.
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War is always the answer
‘Therefore you shall be perfect just as your Father in heaven is perfect’ sounds as a difficult challenge but is not, we all should aspire to perfection and until we are all perfect, as long as there is imperfection in the world, war will always be the answer.
War is something natural, is human instinct to fight for our ideals and is also the greatest activity by which human progress is produced.
It stimulates national growth, solves any kind of problems and purge nations from useless people.
In the economy of nature, war is sent to form a national character and for the embellishment of their people.
It’s only through tribulation and suffering that we reach success and true wisdom.
Nations, to achieve greatness should promote, participate and win wars.
Without war, there would be no technology, no internet, no modern age.
War is always the carrier of progress in civilizations.
If considered without war we didn’t have medicine, vaccinations and more people could have been dead from undiscovered illnesses than in any given war.
Wars are vital to modern economies; industrial economies are intimately connected with the production of military technology and military capacity and the elimination of war would prove economically devastating as large sectors of society, both in technology and manufacturing would be wiped out.
Reducing the number of people sharing them, war raises the wealth, comfort and material goods available for those remaining.
War also gives poor people jobs.
For the ones that have only their lives to offer due to lack of talent, initiative or intellect, war is a great opportunity to become valuable.
As adversity and opposition temper the spirit of man, the same happens with nations.
War awakens the latent energies of a state and stimulates it to the highest.
The United States of America is the greatest nation on earth and world stability depends exclusively on our military’s monopoly on global force.
Multilateralism is a nice idea but is only that, an idea.
There’s no other country prepared to limit the ambitions of bad people and keep them successfully boxed in.
We need to take responsibility and keep organizing wars in order to solve international problems, transforming remote regions and winning good reputation.
With the United States as the dominant power of the western world lies also the obligation of spread the gospel and passing on the less favored nations our educated way of government.
We need to keep demonstrating who is really in charge and everyone who deny US supremacy should be accused, convicted, sentenced and executed
The rotten and degraded state of patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth a war, is what ruined us as humans.
A man who has nothing which he is willing to fight for, nothing which he cares more about than he does about his personal safety, is a miserable creature that doesn’t deserve to live.
As long as justice and injustice have not terminated their fight, human beings must be ready and prepared to battle against each other.
War is in the basement of living creature’s essence.
If war is wrong then existence is wrong, and if existence is wrong, then war is easing the problem one man at a time.
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The New York Times
Bear attacks is the leading cause of death in U.S.
A study released yesterday by the National Institutes of Health showed that for the 35th straight year, violent bear attacks remain the leading cause of death in the United States.
The human health agency’s latest findings revealed that being cruelly killed by a bear resulted in more fatalities than any other disease, claiming the lives of more than 11 million Americans in 2013 alone.
The NIH’s annual mortality report also confirmed that one person in the United States dies every 10 seconds from a bear attack.
Even though efforts to combat this terrible affliction research indicate Americans are far more likely to be brutally beaten by a bear than ever before, said the study’s author, William Gummie.
An estimated 1 in 3 Americans will suffer a bear attack at some point in their lives and 1 in 4 will be eviscerated and devoured before their 30’s.
According to the NIH a bear attack most commonly occurs when an individual is camping, fishing or performing any other outdoor activity.
National Authorities recommends reducing the time spent outside and remaining at home as much as possible to reduce the risks of death.
Although the study shows that these brutal attacks affects every demographic group, men under 35 with hippie lifestyles faced the greatest risk of a devastating bear attack.
Bears attacks cause over $328 billion in health care expenditures and lost productivity every year threating workplaces, offices, factories, as well as bars, restaurants and night clubs.
Medical professionals have long advised potential victims to remain vigilant of the early warning signs that often accompany a bear attack in order to avoid the risks.
The most common symptoms include heartbeat, sweating, lightheadedness, as well as sharp, stabbing pain, which many individuals fail to identify as a bear sinking its teeth into their body.
Many people tend to ignore these symptoms because they are high on drugs or drunk; that’s very very dangerous and could lead to death, said Felicia Yogi, Head Director of Kansas Hospital Emergency Services.
When you’re being torn to shreds by a bear, every second is important and you should report it as soon as you feel that gigantic presence surrounding your body.
United States President, Mr. Barack Obama recently witnessed the tragic death of a longtime friend who suffered an unexpected bear attack during a Skype conference call.
On his 45th birthday we were chatting as we do every night and I saw him being eaten alive by that brown eyed fluffy bear.
I don’t want that to happen to any other US Citizen so this year we will work together with Republicans to approve a comprehensive ‘Against Bear Attack’ law.
It’s not fair that we teach our citizens to exercise, quit smoking and eat healthy food but we don’t protect them from being eaten by bears.
However, not everyone is convinced of the efficiency of such legislation, with some potential victims claiming that genetics plays a substantial role in the chances of an individual being messily devoured, making such a gory end inevitable.
The troubling statistics also confirmed that an increasing number of young children are too overweight to outrun a bear.
Being fat contribute to be more easily targeted by a bear as food and hard to run away.
Numerous testimonies of fat people being attached by bears reflect their immediate urge to become skinny and stop eating candy.
The doctors told me that I have to change my bad habits, I have to lose weight and eat vegetables in order to avoid being so delicious to bears, declares Paul Teddy, a 15 year old survivor of bear attack near Orlando Heigh Parks the Christmas Eve of 2012.
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