Counterintelligence

The thwarting of constitutional rights by St. Paul police, county sheriffs and FBI agents this week could serve as a lesson for those engaged in exercising free speech and their right to assemble: namely, a constitutional right under the police state supported by both political parties is no right at all. More importantly, knowing that antiwar, pro-democracy groups are being targeted for police harassment using undercover informants should generate interest in learning about such things as common sense security, as well as the craft of counterintelligence.

After all, if the government is spying on you for taking citizenship seriously, then the only sensible thing to do is to spy on them. Remember, they are the ones breaking the law, not you.

Attacking the fascist state intelligently is not risk free, but it is at least more likely to be effective.

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~ by Jay Taber on September 3, 2008.

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