Conflicting Desires


A recent article in the Guardian asserted that the NSA is seeking “total population control” in America. A claim I find to be narcoleptically uncontroversial. Of course we should understand total population control to be applied only to those cohorts that do not control the NSA. All institutions and ideologies are at core merely tools of tribal advancement or conflict. And tribal conflict will live until man does not. Those who comprehend this are best positioned for future success. Those who do not are best positioned for museum displays. And so like all other institutions, the NSA will be deployed specifically in service to those who wield it. Some items of note:

* At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US. Staggering if true.

* The NSA will soon be able to collect 966 exabytes a year, the total of internet traffic annually. You are all familiar with gigabytes. An exabyte is a billion of them. Which means the NSA is still unable to archive more than 72 hours worth of hypocrisy generated by the ADL.

* It shows that the NSA is not just pursuing terrorism, as it claims, but ordinary citizens going about their daily communications. “The NSA is mass-collecting on everyone”, Binney said, “and it’s said to be about terrorism but inside the US it has stopped zero attacks.”

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Just mumble a trigger word and then leap aside as the herd animals crash into their pens.

* Binney recently told the German NSA inquiry committee that his former employer had a “totalitarian mentality.” That’s obviously conspiratorial horseshit. Though don’t be assuaged by my assertions, look for yourself. NSA exists to protect the Nation. Our customers know they can count on us to provide what they need, when they need it, wherever they need it.

See? Right there in black and white. The NSA is here to protect the nation and serve ummm…”customers.” Maybe they could just clarify which nation and which customers…for the bigots, I mean.

Of course all of this is perfectly fundamental for a high-capability republic disintegrating into polyglot tyranny. Though I think the NSA’s “customers” are going to suffer one keen lament: If you want an East Germany, you better have plenty of East Germans.

There is a reason that the Democratic Republic of the Congo is not a technological surveillance state…and never will be. Does anyone believe that reason is because its president Joseph Kabila is the sort of principled fellow who finds that sort of thing unsporting? Just let me know if so–though I’ll maintain respiration in the meantime.

And this presents a conundrum for our own kakistocracy. It requires a competent workforce to develop and maintain an effective totalitarianism. Yet we’re importing and employing ersatz replacements. This presents what must be an annoying engineering challenge. Whites are needed to cultivate the infrastructure needed to get rid of whites. I don’t envy this chore. Though I am more sanguine about its prospects than perhaps some of the NSA’s customers. In fact, I am practically giddy with optimism that sufficient traitors and gulls will step into the breach.

Many will patriotically train their own foreign replacements. And they’ll do so with the satisfying glow of knowing that they are protecting the nation. Would that they only paused a moment to ask which one.


5 thoughts on “Conflicting Desires

  1. Another great, succinct nailing of the situation. In addition to the online and cell phone surveillance, the saturation of cameras in public places is disheartening. I’ve noticed that new lampposts have gone up in various places in my area, generally in conjunction with one or more types of cameras, the latest ones being those little black globes. It seems like the only place you can avoid one is some little dead-end residential street.

  2. It’s like a condemned man who designs his own electric chair, then shows the 80-IQ executioner how to work the switches, before strapping himself in.

  3. “All institutions and ideologies are at core merely tools of tribal advancement or conflict.”

    If this is so, how do you explain the embrace of integration, liberalism, open borders, the foreign, by so many European-derived people?

  4. Every day a couple of people, perhaps even dozens, train replacements and say “so what, they are sloppy and stupid” One of the things I like to say at work is, “if monkeys could read they would be smarter.” They can’t get rid of me, but someday I will be gone regardless. When the last thin White thread comes unraveled, it’s all coming down.

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