Sunday, June 09, 2013

[Victims of Court Corruption] * * * You Can Trust Me, I Am Barack Obama * * *

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All of Your Confidential Information is Secure With Me, Just Trust Me!
By Ron Branson
National JAIL4Judges Commander-In-Chief

Americans are being called upon by Obama to rely upon him with their most confidential of all information, and that we should not question his motives, but just flat out trust him! He believes that anyone who does not trust him needs to be investigated as one that is a potential threat to our national security, and has something to hide.

Anyone who says "Just trust me with your confidential information" is a man to be feared. Would you release to me, Ron Branson, a copy of the key to your home for me to permanently retain? Would you also divulge the combination to your home safe if I assured you that you could absolutely trust me? If you would, you would be a fool. Such trust assures that there certainly be an emergency, and I will need access to your safe and all the contents and valuables therein.

I am here going to let you in on a secret that I know, and that is that the public treasury will be looted. That is an absolute! What I do not know is when, or who is going to loot it. But  rest assured the public treasury will be looted!

History is replete with examples of governments unworthiness. Our Founding Fathers knew this, and that is why they instilled all kinds of checks and balances within our Constitution. Ant that is why they gave final and absolute authority to our Juries and to our Grand Juries. That is why they assured, by Constitutional protections, that our arms will never be taken away from us. But what has happened? twenty thousand laws have been passed to limit, condition, and/or to deprive us of the right to keep and bear arms. Our Grand Juries have been stolen from us, and in most criminal cases, we are denied the right to a trial by Jury.

Hmmm, I wonder why our Founding Fathers wrote the words in our Declaration of Independence, [He, King George, III, is] "...depriving us in many cases, or the benefits of trial by Jury." Why didn't we trust King George, III, to act on on behalf? Shouldn't we have just trusted government instead of establishing Juries and militias?

One thing I can assure you, government will lie to you. They will completely dominate and subjugate you until you recognize that they "god" and have power and all control over your life, and your personal affairs.

In closing, I want to assure you that I am not government, and that you can trust me. Give me your most confidential of information instead of government. If you send me the combination to your home safe, I will preserve it and will not share it with anyone unless upon court order. You can trust the judges. They are sworn and honorable men. The reason I need this private information on you is in case there is an emergency. You can trust me, I am Ron Branson.

Obama: ‘Nobody is listening to your telephone calls’

June 7, 2013 | 1:02 pm | Modified: June 7, 2013 at 1:10 pm

President Obama on Friday for the first time publicly defended his administration’s top-secret phone and Internet surveillance programs, insisting that Americans weren’t being directly targeted and that national-security benefits were worth the “modest encroachments on privacy.”

“Nobody is listening to your telephone calls,” Obama said, acknowledging that his National Security Agency was collecting massive amounts of data on Americans. But he insisted that the data included only telephone numbers and durations of conversations — and that there was no monitoring of actual calls. To listen in on conversations, Obama said it would require court approval.

As for the revelation that the NSA and FBI are also accessing the Internet servers of major U.S. providers, Obama said, “This does not apply to U.S. citizens, and this does not apply to people living in the United States.”

Obama was forced to address the simmering controversies at an event in San Jose, Calif., meant to trumpet his healthcare overhaul. Allies and political foes alike have battered the administration with charges of government overreach as details continue to emerge about its surveillance programs.

Obama offered no apologies, at one point brushing off the controversies as “hype.” He said the secret programs, originated in President George W. Bush’s administration, were subject to Congressional oversight

“I think it’s important to understand that you can’t have 100 percent security and then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience,” he said. “We’re going to have to make some choices as a society.”

Like Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, the president lambasted leaks of sensitive government information.

“I don’t welcome leaks. There’s a reason why these programs are classified,” he said.

The Washington Post and The Guardian reported the NSA and FBI since 2007 have secretly accessed central servers for major U.S. Internet companies, obtaining private data that could be used to track an individual’s conversations and whereabouts. In response to the report, many of the Internet companies mentioned said they were not providing the government direct access to their servers.

Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, and Apple gave e-mails, photos and video to the NSA and FBI, the reports said.

During the same time period, Verizon and other telecommunications companies turned over millions of Americans’ phone records to the federal government.

Friday’s hastily arranged press conference showcased  just how far Obama’s views on privacy and national security have evolved since his days in the Senate. Before running for president, Obama worried that such data seizures by the NSA amounted to fishing expeditions and infringed on Americans’ Constitutional rights.

“In the abstract, you can complain about Big Brother,” Obama said on Friday. “But when you actually look at the details, I think we’ve struck the right balance.”

Revelations of the domestic spying arise at a time when the White House is already fending off a trio of controversies, including the IRS’ targeting of political opponents and the Justice Department’s monitoring of journalists. It also could weaken Obama’s stance on the issues privacy and cyber-espionage ahead of his meeting later Friday with Chinese President Xi Jinping.


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