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Dear NSA…

Time to release the paranoids from the mental asylum?

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June 12, 2013 - 10:17 am

To: doesn’t_matter@you’ll_read_this_regardless_of_the_address.com

From: zombie@z0mbietime.com

Dear NSA,

Constitution Allah Ackbar Tea Party bomb abortion patriot gun IRS Islam dog whistle Obama prayer tax surveillance.

There. Now that I’ve gotten your attention, can we have a chat?

If you have any pull with the American Psychiatric Association, could you please recommend to them that the psychological state formerly known as “paranoia” should be no longer defined as a mental illness? Asylums all across the country are filled with people whose only neurosis is the vague feeling that they are being spied on or followed by unseen powerful enemies. But now we know that everyone is being spied on every time they pick up the phone, buy something, use the Internet, or walk around in public — so it turns out that these “paranoid” patients aren’t delusional after all. It seems rather unfair to lock us them up and classify us them as crazy if our vague feelings of being stalked by the government turned out to be true.

To make sure you get this message, may I also say 9/11 Eric Holder birth certificate Bill Ayers drone Orwell Anonymous leak.

And in conclusion, just in case your algorithm has gotten overloaded, I’d like to not mention my private, personal opinions about the Second Amendment, Fourth Amendment, and Ninth Amendment (and you really don’t want to know what I think about the Sixteenth Amendment). For more information, please read the Fifth Amendment.

Thank you.

— zombie

PS — Tell the IRS that the best times for for my upcoming audit are Tuesdays and Thursdays, but unannounced visits from the EPA, FBI, OSHA or ATF would be more convenient on Monday afternoons or Wednesday mornings. And, needless to say, you can eavesdrop any ol’ time.

*****

Cross-posted from Zombie 

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"Dirka Dirka Muhammed Plutonium Bacon."
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Love it;
Zombie; You may reduce your bail by making a substantial donation to the Democrat Party.
And you might be able to use the "twinkie defense".
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Funny essay if it weren't true, but since this is true, it really isn't funny after all.

Orwell, 1984, War is Peace, Ignorance is Strength, Freedom is Slavery


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In "1984", it was "Big Brother".
In 2013, it's "Big Mutha".
1 year ago
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So the world really is topsy-turvy - the tin foil hat crowd now has more credibility than the pooh-poohers. Can't wait to see what happens next...
1 year ago
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It's only paranoia if everybody ISN'T out to get you...

Nevermind. Paranoia is now known as "informed."
1 year ago
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The revelations about the NSA surveillance program have sure caused a rise in paranoia around PJ Media.

Folks here wouldn't be so paranoid if they didn't know about this surveillance. That's another good reason why it should have remained a top secret. Revealing it has just scared people for no reason.
1 year ago
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"...scared people for no reason..."

oh, i think there is plenty of reason.
1 year ago
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Paranoia is an irrational belief, believing something to be true when it is false. When a person believes something to be true; and the belief is supported by observation and reason, the belief is not paranoia. Rational belief is based on truth whereas paranoia is based on untruth. To prove paranoia one must first prove that the belief in question is untrue. Most people think of paranoia as seeing something that isn't really there – this is suspicious paranoia - the man who irrationally thinks there's someone “out to get me” when it is not true. There is however another type of paranoia - another type of irrational belief - which is intellectual blindness - this is blind paranoia - the man who can't see the threat that really is there - a man who believes no one is out to get him when in truth someone is out to get him. The blind fool is as paranoid as the suspicious fool.

Phobia is the hell of irrational fear which follows on the heels of suspicious paranoia - irrational fear of something that is not really there - the hell of falsehood seen. Another form of hell follows on the heels of irrational lack of fear – irrationally lacking fear of a threat which really is there – which brings to mind an insight of Thomas Hobbes: "Hell is truth seen too late."
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Hoard your ammo, hide your guns, home schooling, Bible, Patriot, anti-abortion, whistle blower.
1 year ago
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Audit to commence in 3... 2...
1 year ago
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Just because I'm paranoid, doesn't mean that everyone is not out to get me!
1 year ago
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Who would have thought Michael Jackson had it right with his Rockwell song, "Somebodies watching me." He was ahead of his time! LOL
1 year ago
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correction: Somebody's Watching Me. oops.
1 year ago
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BRAVO!! I absolutely love it.

Remember the Alamo God bless America 2nd ammendment 1984 kool aid drinking lemmings Liberty Individual freedoms Constitution Declaration of Independence 4th ammendment
1 year ago
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"Dirka Dirka Muhammed Plutonium Bacon."
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Love it;
Zombie; You may reduce your bail by making a substantial donation to the Democrat Party.
And you might be able to use the "twinkie defense".
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