A New Plan to Fight Back Against the NSA: Cut Off Their Water Supply
2014-01-07 0:00

By Kimberly Paxton | The Daily Sheeple



Nobody really likes the NSA.

That nosy organization that listens to our phone calls, documents our personal data, and compiles reams of “evidence” against nearly everyone in the country is the ugly redheaded stepchild of America. They have no respect for the American people and no regard for privacy. Their assault on our privacy was even backed up by a federal judge recently.

So, if the NSA cannot be defeated in a court of law, we will have to use a different method to fight back.

Throughout military history, attacks on the water supply have been used to intimidate, cause drought, and cause death. And now, two senators in California have proposed this as a way to keep the NSA out of their state.

Senate Bill 828 was introduced on Monday, and if passed, it would ban utility companies in California from supplying services to the NSA.

Considering all of the computers needed to snoop through every facet of our lives, a lack of water to cool them would be an enormous problem, effectively incapacitating them in a matter of days.

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Read the full article at: thedailysheeple.com



READ: Utah: Turn the Water Off! Introduce the 4th Amendment Protection Act in Utah to Stop NSA Spying




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