Gary Johnson: Our Privacy Is On the Line

Gary Johnson

Gary Johnson

Email blast from Gary Johnson and Our America Initiative:

Our privacy is about to be railroaded.

Thanks in part to the disclosures of Edward Snowden, we have learned much in the past couple of years about the outrageous extent to which our own government is spying on each and every one of us. It has become infuriating clear that the NSA, the FBI, the DEA and other federal agencies are determined to make our phone calls, emails, bank accounts and whereabouts fair game for their warrantless searches and monitoring.

They have shredded the 4th Amendment, and make no apologies for doing so. You can fight back by going to Restore the 4th today and taking action.

Much of the ‘legal’ justification the government cites for its mass surveillance comes from provisions of the Patriot Act — provisions that will expire in one month, on June 1. Especially key is Section 215.

Despite the outrage of millions of Americans over warrantless mass surveillance, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has already said he plans to pass a “clean” reauthorization of the Patriot Act — including the provisions being used to sweep up our emails, phone calls, etc. And of course, that is exactly what President Obama wants.

We have 30 days — at most — to let Congress know that warrantless searches of our personal lives must STOP.

The Our America Initiative has hundreds of thousands of followers on social media spread across all 50 states — and leaders who can take our message to the mainstream news media. Now is the time to mobilize those resources and make sure that Congress gets the message that Obama and McConnell cannot be allowed to once again “legalize” unconstitutional spying on Americans.

I’m counting on you to do two things to help: First, go to Restore the 4th today and sign our petition calling on Congress and the President to end warrantless surveillance. That petition will be presented to Congress before the critical votes on the Patriot Act. Second, go to Our America and contribute $10, $25, $50, $100, $500 or whatever you can to provide the funds we need to mobilize liberty advocates across the country to speak out, contact their Senators and Representatives and build support for repeal or meaningful reform of the Patriot Act.

NOW is the time, and your help is critical.

The politicians won’t stand up for privacy, so we MUST.

Thanks, as always, for being a part of the fight for liberty.

Gov. Gary Johnson

Honorary Chairman

P.S. MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Wednesday night, May 13, at 9:00 PM ET our legal team and key leaders in our federal lawsuit to change the presidential debates will be hosting a Google Hangout to provide an update and a briefing about the lawsuit, the legal claims and our grassroots strategy to break up the Republican-Democrat control of the debates.

2 thoughts on “Gary Johnson: Our Privacy Is On the Line

  1. Ilya Geller

    Don’t worry! I protected your privacy! How?

    Through the new technology, which I explain below. I discovered and patented how to structure any data: Language has its own Internal parsing, indexing and statistics. For instance, there are two sentences:

    a) ‘Fire!’
    b) ‘Dismay and anguish were depicted on every countenance; the males turned pale, and the females fainted; Mr. Snodgrass and Mr. Winkle grasped each other by the hand, and gazed at the spot where their leader had gone down, with frenzied eagerness; while Mr. Tupman, by way of rendering the promptest assistance, and at the same time conveying to any persons who might be within hearing, the clearest possible notion of the catastrophe, ran off across the country at his utmost speed, screaming ‘Fire!’ with all his might.’

    Evidently, that the phrase ‘Fire!’ has different importance into both sentences, in regard to extra information in both. This distinction is reflected as the phrase weights: the first has 1, the second – 0.02; the greater weight signifies stronger emotional ‘acuteness’.
    First you need to parse obtaining phrases from clauses, for sentences and paragraphs.
    Next, you calculate Internal statistics, weights; where the weight refers to the frequency that a phrase occurs in relation to other phrases.
    After that data is indexed by common dictionary, like Webster, and annotated by subtexts.
    This is a small sample of the structured data:
    this – signify – : 333333
    both – are – once : 333333
    confusion – signify – : 333321
    speaking – done – once : 333112
    speaking – was – both : 333109
    place – is – in : 250000
    To see the validity of technology – pick up any sentence.

    Do you have a pencil?

    All other technologies depend on spying, on quires, on SQL, all of them, finding statistics. See IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, Google and Yahoo? Apache Hadoop and NoSQL? My technology is the only one that obtains statistics from texts themselves.
    Being structured information will search for users based on their profiles of structured data. Each and every user can get only specifically tailored for him information: there is no any privacy issue, nobody ever will know what the user got and read.

    My technology exploits the Laws of Nature, which determine the inner construction of all Languages: I came from Analytic Philosophy, from Internal Relations Theory.

    The Era of Absolute Privacy is coming! No need in cookies or browsing history anymore.

  2. Dave Terry

    I seem to have mislaid my Gibberish-English Dictionary; can someone translate the above.

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