Obama’s spying targets revealed.
“The private intelligence contractors like to say that they’re just picking up the slack in our intelligence network. 70 percent of the intelligence budget goes to the for-profit sector. That’s a lot of slack. 70 percent slack is more slack than taut. If these companies went rogue, they would outnumber our own spy network!
Intelligence gathering shouldn’t be business. Business isn’t about doing the right thing, or even doing the best job. It’s just about making a buck. Employing private for-profit intelligence companies is the equivalent of turning over our military projects to mercenaries. Wait! We actually do that too.” Randi Rhodes
“Digital Blackwater: How the NSA gives Private Contractors Control of the Surveillance State:”
“privitization” always leads to deepest-darkness.
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