Dearest friends and neighbors of Sierra Madre, CA: this is to warn you of an impending theft of child by moon people, and people with all kinds of crowns of authority and cool symbols attached to their names!
And, as it has come to the worlds attention that Our Towne is under siege by people who steal children, or harm them in other ways that cannot be described anywhere but in a court room, or, in lurid tales about boogeymen, and wolves who chase little girls in Red Hoods(but NEVER boogie women, unless they are prostytitutes as describing the many horrors and perversyties that women are capable of would be that would be lashon ha-ra, or, in the vernacular of the biblically challenged “to shalt noth speaketh falseth wordseth about thy neighboreths).
However, I, Panoptical Orpheus, have made several recent discoveries that get to the root of this problem of tose who hurt children because they have the power to invade homes, using technology and massive wealth to both create opportunity, and then, exploit the narrative of saving children, here, here, and here. But I cannot go on alone, as one slimy creature after another wears e down, in gross indecency after another- and I need your help, perhaps, organizing opposition to the hordes of pedophiles and other harmers of children that lurk in our midst, and seek to upset us in the Towne Councille. Maybe a candle-light vigil is in order.
In this light, I am reluctantly releasing some video footage herein of one of my earlier attempts to Save The Children, whereby I, Panoptical Orpheus, aka Christopher Flood, the famous pedophile fighter of Sierra Madre, CA, took on the Bad Guys, and won a limited victory. But it was a hollow victory, and only one of many battles in an ongoing war against those who use massive power, a totally corrupt propaganda stream, a blackmailed congress, and compromises state institutions and agencies to do their will.
As we know, eternal vigilance is the price of knowledge, and failing that, we must sacrifice liberty for security at each and every opportunity, so that bad guys can’t just fly moonships into our children’s bedrooms after having viewed them trough sooper seekrit telescopes from undisclosed locations for years, and kidnap them- and maybe, a few of hose pictures that you wouldn’t show grandma. You see, the NSA is looking at our lives online, sometimes, passing us-our lives, our loves; our associations, and plans of assembly: passing “US” around the NSA Locker room like dirty, stained copies of Playboy magazine. And, it makes me wonder-exactly what are they doing with those pictures of your wife in a hot tub up north, or your kids in the bath tub, or those taken on your kids I-pads?
Edward Snowden has revealed that he witnessed “numerous instances” of National Security Agency (NSA) employees passing around nude photos that were intercepted “in the course of their daily work.”
In a 17-minute interview with The Guardian filmed at a Moscow hotel and published on Thursday, the NSA whistleblower addressed numerous points, noting that he could “live with” being sent to the US prison facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He also again dismissed any notion that he was a Russian spy or agent—calling those allegations “bullshit.”
If Snowden’s allegations of sexual photo distribution are true, they would be consistent with what the NSA has already reported. In September 2013, in a letter from the NSA’s Inspector General Dr. George Ellard to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), the agency outlined a handful of instances during which NSA agents admitted that they had spied on their former love interests. This even spawned a nickname within the agency, LOVEINT—a riff on HUMINT (human intelligence) or SIGINT (signals intelligence).
“You’ve got young enlisted guys, 18 to 22 years old,” Snowden said. “They’ve suddenly been thrust into a position of extraordinary responsibility where they now have access to all of your private records. In the course of their daily work they stumble across something that is completely unrelated to their work in any sort of necessary sense. For example, an intimate nude photo of someone in a sexually compromising position. But they’re extremely attractive.
“So what do they do? They turn around in their chair and show their co-worker. The co-worker says: ‘Hey that’s great. Send that to Bill down the way.’ And then Bill sends it to George and George sends it to Tom. And sooner or later this person’s whole life has been seen by all of these other people. It’s never reported. Nobody ever knows about it because the auditing of these systems is incredibly weak. The fact that your private images, records of your private lives, records of your intimate moments have been taken from your private communications stream from the intended recipient and given to the government without any specific authorization without any specific need is itself a violation of your rights. Why is that in a government database?”
Then Alan Rusbridger, The Guardian’s editor-in-chief, asked: “You saw instances of that happening?”
“Yeah,” Snowden responded.