Whistleblower afraid for his life

One doesn't know where to even start on all this spying on the citizens of the U.S. For those under 40 or so, if you haven't yet read "1984" by Orwell, now would be a good time to start. As to party boy's assurances that they are not listening to conversations - self-serving, not credible, worthless.

http://www.wnd.com/2013/06/nsa-whistleblower-afraid-for-his-life/

And p.s., for those who do not understand what a constitution republic IS to begin with. Here's where you start: WE THE PEOPLE ARE THE GOVERNMENT.

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is hiding out in China, a country known for its freedom of speech!

He is in Hong Kong, do you know anything about Hong Kong??????

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Just for the sake of arguement, I agree with purnhrt
And the whistleblower
Submitted by purnhrt on Mon, 2013-06-10 13:26.
"is hiding out in China, a country known for its freedom of speech!"

IMAGINE HIDING IN A COMMUNIST COUNTRY THAT CRUSHES FREE SPEECH, IN ORDER TO GET AWAY FROM BARAK HUSSAIN OBAMA AND HIS JACK BOOTED BROWNSHIRTS just because you spoke up about the facist in chief!

Way to go, Libs! You voted for this, now wallow in it.

AMERICANS ARE NOW HIDING IN COMMUNIST CHINA IN ORDER TO GET AWAY FROM THE PERSECUTION OF BARAK HUSSAIN OBAMA THE JACK BOOTED NAZI!

Don't blame me,
I didn't vote for a
socialist.

People are free to speak , free to do whatever they want providing that it's legal. People have access to western culture and fashion as before. People enjoy life as a democratic city and he could hide there well.

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

I 've blown the whistle three times during my employment in the private sector. Three times I was severly tormented and punished, but I'd do it again if I discovered wrong doing.

It's funny that you call it a whistle, I guess everyone has a pet name for it huh? I'm surprised the count is so low though.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

I 've reported the wrong doings of dozens of people and groups. Three times was some really serious shit.

The difference is that in the public sector there is whistleblower protections.

The problem is to qualify for these protections a gov't worker must try to bring issues up through their supervisory chain. Thus far I don't see where Snowden did this.

MikeyA

People in the private sector are protected by whistle blower laws also, but the private sector has very sneaky ways of punishing whistle blowers. For instance, restructuring so that the whistle blower is demoted or terminated, moving target performance declarations that ae impossible for the whistle blower to achieve, accounting errors implicating the whistle blower as a thief, unsubstantiated charges of sexual harrassment, modified health insurance requirements.

"but the private sector has very sneaky ways of punishing whistle blowers"

They do it in the gov't too. I've seen gov't entities purposely restructure jobs enough that their employees have to reapply for their job. They then determine the whistleblower isn't "qualified enough" for their old job with new duties and they simply don't fill the position. Technically the person hasn't been fired.

That is why we have IG's. That is why the current administration is so troubling to me. Their disregard for IG reports has been staggering. First there are still five IG positions not filled in the Cabinet, that is troubling.

The IRS IG came back with their report 8 months ago, yet we find out about the IRS only a few weeks ago, in a self disclosure not to congress. The EPA has now 3 major IG investigations. The IG report was damning on Fast and Furious but the only people who've received any reprimand are those who blew the whistle.

This has been a dangerous trend in this administration.

MikeyA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=XUSiCEx3e-0#t=24s

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

No I don't know ANYTHING about Hong Kong. What makes you think I did?

It's not the only thing she doesn't know anything about.

MikeyA

Isn't that a double negative? I think I do know that!

And you know Fred loves sandwiches.

No on that you're an expert. Purnhrt knows negatives.

MikeyA

I don't view Prnhrt as negative. Sharing her perpective about her own reality may be negative to some because it clashes with the denial that the so called entitlled people believe as the absolute truth. All empires fall and white dominance will end just like Oriental and Black dominance fell centuries ago.

Yes our only problem with her is we have different realities.

In her reality I attacked her son when he came on here to post and she just stopped posting on GCJ for no particular reason at all.

In my reality I had friendly interactions with her son, only recommended stylistic changes to some of his posts, but otherwise invited and enjoyed him as a community member. Also in my reality Lisa Renee Ward removed purnhrt's posts, told her if she broke the site rules again she would continue to edit her posts, and purnhrt then sent threatening emails that were posted here.

So yes we do live in separate realities. The difference is I can post links to show people my reality.

MikeyA

White people aren't going anywhere anytime soon. We're good for another thousand years, minimum.

The other races will breed us out long before 1,000 years.

LIAR, LIAR PANTS ON FIRE!

IT doesn't matter how many times you repeat a lie, it still does not become the truth.....The incident happened Nov/2008 with GCJ........can't you get over it? SAD!

First time I agree with prnbht. no matter how many times you repeat a lie it still does not become the truth.....pres. Obama is not the first black president he is the first bi-racial president. bi-racial children everywhere now see that someone like them can attain the highest office in the land, the cheerios commercial also gives bi-racial children something to feel good about also. for too long only whites and blacks have dominated the television and halls of power. it's time for bi-racial children and adults to see that they too matter. bravo typhra

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

On Monday, President Obama will head to Ireland for the G8 summit. While Obama participates in those talks, Michelle Obama and the kids are slated to head to Dublin’s Trinity College to take a look at an exhibition on Obama’s Irish ancestry.
Researchers from Irish historical research company Eneclann spent four years tracing Obama’s ancestry on his mother’s side back to his seventh great-grandfather, Joseph Kearney (b. 1698). The Kearney family reportedly has links with Limerick and Galway as well as Ballygurteen. President Obama met his distant Irish relatives in 2011 when he visited the country. He also stated, “My name is Barack Obama, of the Moneygall Obamas, and I've come home to find the apostrophe we lost somewhere along the way.”

The Obamas will be headed to Berlin next week as well. No word on the status of Obama's German ancestry

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Purnhrt

I can provide links to support everything I claim.

Can you?

MikeyA

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