Did NSA already use its massive surveillance apparatus to hijack the Supreme Court decision on Obamacare?
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
by Mike Adams
"Any analyst at any time can target anyone. Any selector, anywhere... I, sitting at my desk, certainly had the authorities to wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant, to a federal judge, to even the President..." - NSA spy grid whistleblower Edward Snowden.
And so it begins: the power to tap the private phone calls of a federal judge or even the President. All at the fingertips of young NSA analysts who sift through masses of private data collected through the government's back doors into the servers of Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Apple, Skype, AOL and others. ( Here's the proof.)
But if a 29-year-old working for the NSA could wiretap a federal judge, he could also wiretap a U.S. Supreme Court justice. Anything he found that was embarrassing or even incriminating could be used in a simple blackmail threat to force that justice to change his or her decision on a key issue...
... like Obamacare.
What we've learned today forces us to re-examine events of 2012
Back in July of 2012, news headlines were ablaze with the revelation that Supreme Court Justice John Roberts suddenly and unexpectedly changed his decision on Obamacare, siding with big government instead of protecting individual liberties. Many facts surrounding this sudden change of decision raise huge red flags when viewed in the context of the NSA being able to wiretap anyone's emails, phone calls and private files -- including a Supreme Court justice.
As CBS news reported in 2012, "Chief Justice John Roberts initially sided with the Supreme Court's four conservative justices to strike down the heart of President Obama's health care reform law, the Affordable Care Act, but later changed his position and formed an alliance with liberals to uphold the bulk of the law, according to two sources with specific knowledge of the deliberations. Roberts then withstood a month-long, desperate campaign to bring him back to his original position, the sources said."
Regardless of the strength of the supporting evidence brought to Roberts during his time of consideration for the decision, nothing caused him to budge. Roberts was inexplicably immovable, even though he was now siding against nearly everything he had argued and decided in previous court cases.
No one could satisfactorily explain the decision... until the NSA PRISM scandal erupted. Now, we all of a sudden have a viable explanation for what really goes on behind the public headlines.
Consider this: If a group of men had the power to peek into the private conversations of ALL Americans -- including the most powerful and influential decision makers in the nation -- why would they waste their time looking for so-called "terrorists" in the first place? There's a far more valuable use for this "omniscient" technology: collecting huge payoffs to blackmail important members of Congress, the Obama administration or the Supreme Court.
How easy would it be to blackmail a Supreme Court Justice?
Blackmailing a U.S. Supreme Court justice is probably easier than you might think. These justices are, of course, human, which means they all have secrets they'd rather not be made public. With its highly intrusive surveillance technology, the NSA could easily gather the usernames, passwords, emails, voice calls, text chats, photos and files of every member of the Supreme Court (and Congress, for that matter), then threaten to leak certain details to the press if they don't do what they're told.
We don't know, of course, whether this actually happened with Roberts. His decision to flip on Obamacare could have been motivated by some other bizarre influence, but this NSA spy grid blackmail theory is the first realistic theory I've run across that would explain the sudden and inexplicable shift in his opinion.
Think about it: The health insurance companies -- which are largely owned by globalist banks and investors -- stand to make trillions of dollars from the forced buying of insurance via the "individual mandate" that was being decided by the Court. Because the Court was almost evenly divided on the issue, the changing of the opinion of just one justice could tilt the decision in favor of the insurance industry and lock in enormous profits for years to come. So if the NSA approached the insurance globalists and said something like, "Pay us $500 million and we'll hand you the Obamacare decision," the answer would obviously be, "to where do we transfer the money?" It's a cheap investment for a windfall of long-term profits. And health insurance companies -- like any large corporations -- don't "play fair." They play to win.
The NSA is now the most powerful organization in the world
I hope you're beginning to fully grasp the power that is now concentrated in the hands of the NSA. An organization that has the power to covertly pry into the private lives of everyone also has the power to control everyone. There is no greater currency in Washington, of course, than to have real dirt on the people you'd like to control.
The NSA spy grid "PRISM" program is like a Dirt Devil. It's the Dyson vortex vacuum of politics... on steroids. If there's dirt to be found on anyone, the NSA can find it. That dirt can then be used as "insurance" -- mob-style -- to make sure the people you're targeting behave in the way you want them to behave. This would include, of course, voting the correct way on key legislation or court decisions.
Right this very minute, the NSA almost certainly has a full dossier on every member of Congress, federal judge, State Dept. employee and high-powered corporate CEO in the country. And because the creepiest people tend to rise to the top in politics, there's no doubt these files contain all sorts of graphic details on prostitutes, under-age sex, secret homosexual relationships, cheating on husbands and wives, substance abuse problems, medical problems and much more. Do you know which members of Congress have smoked pot or snorted coke? The NSA probably does. How about which members of the Obama administration have ever engaged in "experimental" gay sex in college? The NSA knows all that too, no doubt.
This knowledge is far more valuable than any hunt for terrorists. There is no question in my mind that the NSA has already figured this out and has been using this spy grid behemoth for nefarious purposes to pull the strings of key decision makers across our society. This may be the explanation behind all sorts of inexplicable votes and bizarre decisions in Washington. The NSA might even be the puppet pulling Obama's strings, as they no doubt have all sorts of dirt on Obama's history which we already know to be largely fabricated. (Real birth certificates don't have a dozen layers stitched together in Photoshop.)
The power to spy is the power to control
You gotta hand it to whoever built this spy grid from the ground up. It's a brilliant covert tactic of dominant control. With all the slimebags rising to positions of power in Washington, can you imagine the absolute treasure chest of low-hanging blackmail fruit that would be easily uncovered by sifting through the private emails and phone calls of lawmakers and bureaucrats?
Take DHS as the tip of the iceberg. Last year, several male DHS employees sued the agency, claiming they were forced to perform deviant sex acts on their female bosses. There's no question that DHS is staffed up with total perverts and sexual predators, which is why we frequently hear stories of the TSA molesting little children (the TSA is part of DHS).
Can you imagine what the private emails and phone calls of Janet Napolitano look like? (Shield my eyes! I don't even wanna know!)
Or Anthony Weiner, the congressman who sexted a bunch of half-nude pictures of himself to young women?
Usually the more power hungry these people are, the more deviant and perverse they behave when they think no one is looking. That makes them all incredibly easy to be compromised by the NSA -- the techno-mob with the ultimate power to control through intimidation.
And if the NSA can really control all these people -- or at least some of them -- it begs the question: What are the NSA's aims? Who are the people calling the shots and where do their loyalties lie?
Ever further down the rabbit hole is this question: Are these also the same people running global terrorist networks in order to justify their own existence? Or if that's too nefarious to believe, would you believe these people might willfully look the other way with certain terror groups in order to make sure they keep operating?
Perhaps the NSA is actually in the business of NOT catching terrorists in order to make sure its own power and financial budgets keep growing. And perhaps the NSA's real business is shaking down corporate interests that pay huge dollars to have key decisions in Washington hijacked via blackmail.
This is far more believable that the utter nonsense explanation we're told by the media which says the NSA is "catching terrorists." Really? Show me one! In reality, there's no evidence whatsoever that the NSA has stopped even a single act of genuine terrorism that targeted Americans.
Remember: Enormous power coupled with a complete abandonment of ethics can only lead in the direction of corruption and evil. Without checks and balances, the NSA will become a rogue criminal mafia that terrorizes everyone... and can be stopped by no one.