Submitted by George Washington on 11/24/2014 11:54 -0500
The British spy agency GCHQ and the NSA collected millions of webcam images … many of them nude.
NSA employees routinely pass around nude photos and videos of everyday normal citizens gathered through mass surveillance.
They say: “Trust us, we won’t misuse any nude images.” They say: “We’re the good guys … just trying to stop bad guys.”
But the British security services allegedly helped to cover up widespread pedophelia in Britain. Indeed, a whistleblower alleges that the British security services supported and funded pedophile rings as a way to blackmail establishment figures.
Something similar may have happened in the U.S. Yahoo News reported in 2010:
A 2006 Immigration and Customs Enforcement investigation into the purchase of child pornography online turned up more than 250 civilian and military employees of the Defense Department — including some with the highest available security clearance — who used credit cards or PayPal to purchase images of children in sexual situations. But the Pentagon investigated only a handful of the cases, Defense Department records show.
But the DCIS opened investigations into only 20 percent of the individuals identified, and succeeded in prosecuting just a handful.
What about the other 80 percent? Were they blackmailed?
Without greater public disclosure of how these cases wound down, it’s impossible to know how or whether any of the names listed in the … papers came in for additional scrutiny.
According to the records, DCIS prioritized the investigations by focusing on people who had security clearances — since those who have a taste for child pornography can be vulnerable to blackmail and espionage.
At least some of the people on the … list with security clearances were never pursued and could possibly remain on the job ….
Bill Binney – the high-level NSA executive who created the agency’s mass surveillance program for digital information, a 32-year NSA veteran widely regarded as a “legend” within the agency, the senior technical director within the agency and managed thousands of NSA employees, an expert on spying by the Soviets – told Washington’s Blog:
This is just one of the ways to make controlling people possible. Standard KGB/Stasi tactics.
Should we really trust these people? Are they the good guys?