31 thoughts on “NSA spying on “anyone, anytime, anywhere”

  1. The public are fair game to be spied upon, Tony Abbot, sent a letter to the president of Indonesia, on Australian spying, he refused to disclose what was written in the letter, as already we are now able to see, Abbot has already mislead the public on being elected, once he had a calling from God, interesting how so many called in the service of God, become deceitful, hypocrites and so on.
    He even refused to be temporarily placed in accommodation at the cost to taxpayers $3000, per week, as not good enough for him, once again like so many, He is another, that is up himself!
    When humans start to become the big guys, or pop guys, its not long before vanity knocks at the door.

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