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There’s Hope for Mohammed Raghead: No More Material Support for the NSA

There’s Hope for Mohammed Raghead: No More Material Support for the NSA
July 08
23:20 2014

There’s hope for Mohammed Raghead yet.

Glenn Greenwald published one of his “finale” reports that will be rounding out the year-long Edward Snowden leaks by introducing us to five Muslim-Americans that the NSA targeted for secret surveillance. The intelligence agency rifled through these five men’s emails for years, even though each man has lived an upstanding, very public life of positive activism in their American communities.

With this kind of access to personal information, and the power to spy on any individual in this country, you’d think the NSA would only be staffed with upright, intelligent, cultured individuals. Yet that is not the case, as most of us know. Instead it seems the most uncouth degenerates write and create these highly controversial NSA programs.

Within the report posted at The Intercept, there is a snippet of one of the leaked Snowden documents that shows the NSA used Mohammed Raghead as an example name in one of their memos.

In a country debilitated by politically correct speech, most recently made apparent by calls to make the word “illegal” a slur in relation to an illegal immigrant, as well as the word ‘trannie’ being unbelievably offensive to some folks, you’d think the upper levels of secret government would be run in a similar fashion of care and quality.

But there is hope for Mohammed Raghead yet. And it comes from recent legislation in the state of California, where the state assembly voted 29-1 to ban ‘material support’ for the NSA. The rundown of this bill is as follows:

The bill would ban the state from providing “material support, participation or assistance” to any federal agency “attempting the illegal and unconstitutional collection of electronic data or metadata, without consent, of any person not based on a valid warrant that particularly describes the person, place, and thing to be searched or seized or a court order, or in accordance with judicially recognized exceptions to warrant requirements.”

As the public becomes more and more disgusted by the actions of the National Security Agency, we should see more vocal and material support for limiting and even dismantling as much of these federal agencies free reign as possible. The racist, swinish tinge to the NSA’s targeting of specific religious and ethnic groups should not only infuriate every good American who loves his Constitution, but should ideally be the spark of many civil and criminal lawsuits.

[photo of NSA document courtesy of Greenwald / Intercept]

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