National Security Agency whistleblower, William Binney, has said that the Government records the emails of nearly all US citizens, including members of congress, and that the government can use all this information against anybody.
Binney believes that government access to email information without a warrant violates the constitution. He resigned from the agency in 2001. He said he does not want to be associated with an agency that uses “widespread and pervasive” surveillance.
Binney received the Callaway Award in 2012, a prize that recognizes those who “champion constitutional rights and American values at great risk to their personal and professional lives.”
“No one is excluded,” said Binney in an interview with RT. Anyone can become a target of the government for whatever reason; “they can go into their databases, pull all that data collected on them over the years and… analyze it all.”
The “Naris device” and its related storage facilities take in all the data and store it. Naris means nostril or nose, which would be a very good name for a database that noses around in everybody’s business.
“So, if they want to target you, they would take your attributes, go into that database and pull out all your data,” said Binney. And data collection is increasing, he says.
The system was created to help identify terrorists anywhere in the world. But now the system is being used much more broadly than its original purpose. “The entire social network of everybody, of every U.S. citizen was being compiled overtime.”
All the people in the government take an oath to defend the Constitution. And they are not living up to the oath of office.
As part of the end time circumstances, the United States will “repudiate every principle of its Constitution as a Protestant and republican government…” in preparation for the final spiritual struggle. Testimonies for the Church, Vol. 5, page 451.