Three Part Proposal
N.S.A.: Nothing’s Secrete Anymore
Look at it this way: this administration is taking unprecedented
steps to make sure that the government’s secrets remain private while simultaneously invading the privacy of its citizens…. Many
innocents must be violated so that a few guilty people can be stopped. It’s a digital stop-and-frisk…. – Charles M. Blow, New York Times, June 7, 2013
It is without question that the heavens are watching us, in the obscured reality of simple humans we are only but germs under the eyes of the great intelligence from the viewing eye of the gods that rule the macrocosms. To this I say: Gods that rule the nebulas and ICIS1000 galaxies, have mercy on our microcosmic-ness, for we are minute. Not much different from what our government is doing to us now. And as self declared gods we lay our vigilance to their discretion. Intro
Change happens all around us. From the day we’re born to the day we pass on, and even then, other generations keep changing their life and their future. Since the 15th century to now we have made many improvements, specially in technology and safety. But what once was a helpful internet source, has changed to a jaw dropping, amendment breaking, and not to mention privacy trespassing macrocosm. We use to live a life of freedom, liberty with assurance os security, which was a privilege, and something not every country has. Some would argue that we still do, but when you have more than one corporation looking up your information and getting into your personal files without your permission, others would debate that our liberty and security has slipped from America’s hands. Not only giving us the disrespect of invasion of our privacy but the discomforting fact that through every keystroke we become part of the government’s life. Giving a whole new meeting to the verse “United We Stand”.
Whether we are in front of our monitors with our countless cups of coffee,...
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