Happening Now: Authorities Are Using ‘Paris Attacks’ To Fast-Track New Mass Surveillance Laws

NOVEMBER 19, 2015 BY

PARIS LEGACY? Western society inches towards the elites’ ultimate goal of a unifying global fascist and authoritarian technocracy.

Vigilant Citizen

The CIA and government officials around the world are using the Paris attacks to push brand new surveillance laws. And it was all planned in advance.

While democratic systems usually take months (if not years) to pass new laws and legislation, it only took a few days after the Paris attacks to slap honest citizens with more surveillance laws. Several organizations are indeed capitalizing on the fear and panic caused by the attacks to bring forth a brand new agenda that takes a bold new step towards total government surveillance. What’s worse: Leaked information proves that authorities were waiting on a terror attack to go forward with their plan.

JOHN BRENNAN: Showing his true colors, as he moves to finish what the Bush regime started.

In a leaked e-mail written by Robert S. Litt, the intelligence community’s top lawyer during the month August, the plan is clearly outlined: There is a lack of support for the banning of encrypted communications but a terror attack could quickly turn the tide.

“Although the legislative environment is very hostile today, it could turn in the event of a terrorist attack or criminal event where strong encryption can be shown to have hindered law enforcement.

There is value keeping our options open for such a situation.”

– Washington Post, Obama faces growing momentum to support widespread encryption

Only a few months after this e-mail, a terror attack occurs in Paris. Only a few hours after the attacks, news  strangely blamed “encrypted communications”. Only days after the attacks, officials are calling for…the banning of encrypted communications.

The New York police commissioner, Bill Bratton, called it a “game changer” and, insinuated new legislation that would outlaw encryption was necessary by adding: “[Encryption] is something that is going to need to be debated very quickly because we cannot continue operating where we are blind.

– The Guardian, Intelligence agencies pounce on Paris attacks to pursue spy agenda

CIA Director John Brennan is also using the terror attacks to plead for unrestricted government surveillance of all communications, blaming “privacy groups” for hindering their job.

Then on Monday, in an epic episode of blame shifting, the CIA director, John Brennan, reportedlysaid privacy advocates have undermined the ability of spies to monitor terrorists. He explained:

“Because of a number of unauthorized disclosures and a lot of hand-wringing over the government’s role in the effort to try to uncover these terrorists, there have been some policy and legal and other actions that are taken that make our ability collectively, internationally to find these terrorists much more challenging”, adding that there is a “misrepresentation of what the intelligence security services are doing”.

Read Brennan’s comments carefully because they are very revealing. When he says “legal actions”, he’s referring to the fact that multiplefederal courts have ruled that the government’s secret mass surveillance on millions of Americans is illegal. So it sounds like the CIA director is saying it’s a shame that intelligence agencies can’t operate completely above the law any more, and is scapegoating any failings on his agency’s part on accountability that is the hallmark of any democracy. (Though he still can apparentlyoperate above the law.)

More importantly, Brennan’s comments are incredibly dishonest. The post-Snowden USA Freedom Act passed by Congress reformed exactly one of the countless mass spying programs the US runs. It was the one that sucked up the phone calls of Americans only, and here’s the thing: it has been active this whole time and isn’t scheduled to shut down until the end of the month.

– Ibid.

Government officials in the UK are also capitalizing on fear to rush sweeping new laws.

“On the other side of the Atlantic, politicians in the United Kingdom, which already has the most expansive surveillance laws in the western world, are using the tragedy to attempt to rush throughtheir even more invasive, new mass-spying bill that aims at allowing police to see the websites every citizen visits and to force companies like Apple to backdoor their encrypted tools.”

– Ibid.

Not Effective

None of these laws have proven effective in preventing terror attacks. In fact, the Paris attacks took place six months after the enactment of a massive (and controversial) surveillance law in France.

Passed by the French Parliament in May in response to the attacks on the Paris-based magazine Charlie Hebdo, the law allows the government to monitor phone calls and emails of people suspected of connections to terrorism without the authorization of a judge.

But it goes further than that. The law requires Internet service providers to install “black boxes” that are designed to vacuum up and analyze metadata on the Web-browsing and general Internet use habits of millions of people using the Web and to make that data available to intelligence agencies.

In exceptional cases, the law allows the government to deploy what are called “ISMI catchers” to track all mobile phone communications in a given area. These catchers are basically designed to impersonate cell towers, but they intercept and record communications data from phones within its range, and can also track the movements of people carrying the phones.

Finally, the law allows government agents to break into the homes of suspected terrorists for the purpose of planting microphone bugs and surveillance cameras and installing keyloggers on their computers, devices that capture data on every keystroke and mouse click.

– Recode, France Has a Powerful and Controversial New Surveillance Law

In short, after each traumatic event in the Western world (manufactured or not), attention is turned towards a very specific and targeted item that “needs to be addressed as soon as possible”. This item is, in fact, part of controversial law that is sitting on shelves until in can be passed insidiously, while the masses are struck with horror. It happened with the Patriot Act and, almost 15 years later, it is happening again. Their formula is “Order Out of Chaos” and it keeps working.



7 Responses to “Happening Now: Authorities Are Using ‘Paris Attacks’ To Fast-Track New Mass Surveillance Laws”

  1. Aldous says:

    It’s really quite amazing even by ZOG standards, the hypocrisy and duplicity following on from these clearly staged events – whether they be false flags or hoaxes or and far more likely, a combination of the two.

    I don’t recall a minute’s silence at mind numbing football matches being proposed for the men, women and children victims of the Russian passenger jet that was recently bombed out of existence. Where’s the outcry over that?

    I see the Kay Jew Burley Sky whore was in full flow with the official narrative of lies meant to blind the sheeple and rot their minds even more than they already are. How does it sleep at night?

    It seems highly likely that some who survived the Paris attacks were taken into police (Mossad) custody and murdered thereafter, for their bodies to then be dumped amongst the mannequins and other Gentile unfortunates chosen for death after ‘arrest’ because of their country of origin.

    Welcome to Hell on Earth.

  2. Jennifer says:

    As I understand it, US Navy Seals for one, have to do a cold-blooded murder of a stranger in order to pass out of their training, and I presume all other Delta Force, SAS types are expected to prove themselves likewise. There were fifty US special opps personnel being sent to over-see Syrian ‘moderates’ (yeah, right) – maybe they got re-routed to Paris?
    Cameron is promising to spent another 2 £Billion on the SAS. I think I’ll avoid Hereford for a while.

  3. ian says:

    It can be difficult and is becoming more so to find the exact truth of state sponsored media backed FF events. There are tell tale clues like exercises running simultaneously, but the dissinfo starts immediately too. I don’t know if anyone was killed or not, but I know who benefits and it sure as hell aint muslims. On social media everyone is mixed up frightened angry and clueless. All these emotions are deliberately created to encourage a clingy desire for help from the perpetrator bastards. They’re cashing in by stealing all the hard won rights we have. soon they’ll have cameras in our toilets and bedrooms. Streewwth. and damn.

    • Excellent comment Ian summing up how i feel. Also Jennifers and Aldous good comments too
      I am very shocked that SAS and seals must do something horrific like this
      I feel more and more like praying. That some good, maybe even exopolitical intervention, mightcome. Or metaphysical.
      Dogmans freemason putin posts, royal arch. It looks like putins been mind controlled. If the hqndler codes fall into good hands, does this mean putin was bad, but turned good perhaps.
      The beresovsky stuff, cant all have been for show in the 2000s

  4. Lynn says:

    What a shit world they have created…lies upon lies..staged and state managed.
    How far they will go to further this ideology is staggering. We are seeing the whole thing in stark reality now. The truth is way far beyond fiction and coming to light due to some very clever people. Maybe they will trip up and stand accused and guilty of the complete destruction of the Planet.

    I hope we all get the justice that is well overdue. Evil scum needs wiping off the face of this earth. The time is coming and the evidence against them is in the publics hands. All down to information gathered from the Internet. Who would have believed this to be the biggest threat to Global Tyranny.

  5. Dublinmick says:

    We have all of this surveillance but no attacks are ever stopped! Oy veh I feel safe.

  6. Lynn says:

    Exactly…more security = less safeety.

    We are the enemy now …only applies to the truth tellers.. The real perpetrators are above the law. Under the radar. Common sense rules and never forget your built in radar…

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