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Commentary :: Technology
Germany's Merkel Encourages Train Riders to Ride Naked like Singapore Riders Living in Fear of NSA Bugged Clothing ..
07 Nov 2013
Modified: 08:22:03 PM
We liked this picture of Richard Harrison's posted on Google+ and thought to add a bit of commentary just to liven it up ..
Our NSA contact told us today that there are listening devices in this Singapore MRT station that allows America's chief spy Keith Alexander to collect & record every voice ever spoken in any language ..

The U.S. Congressional oversight committee for privacy was told about this invasion of privacy of private citizens on trains in Singapore 3yrs ago,but not one person believed it possible that the NSA could ever achieve such a feat !

According to the Congressional records,Keith Alexander actually told these oversight members of Congress that his NSA has tiny listening devices secretly placed in all the clothing of every citizen in Singapore..

Since this meeting has since been revealed by the now Russian speaking Snowden paperwork given to journalists worldwide,many millions in Singapore are now riding their bugged trains in the nude !

Apparently Merkel, the bugged leader of Germany has also asked German train travelers to also ride naked to work preventing possibel NSA bugs in German clothing from invading any~ones privacy as well..



Richard Harrison:
SINGAPORE MRT STATION -- Open platforms installed LOW HEIGHT GATES for safety of passengers. Good idea ?
November 7, 2013
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-hhmOQ7bUzSk/Unwks2jS-aI/AAAAAAAACYc/D

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