Tuesday on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report: Fighting Back Against the Surveillance State

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Steve Quayle with special Surveillance & Counter Surveillance Expert joining us from Europe

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Tuesday, July 8, 2014: Under the pretense of safety and security, citizens of the West have willingly and all too often, unwittingly surrendered our rights to be free from intrusion by an out-of-control, rogue criminal cabal that exists within the U.S. government and other Western intelligence agencies. There is a private war being waged against us, and many have no idea the scope of that war. Your movements, private communications, personal preferences and even your personal habits are under constant surveillance, and the data from this surveillance is being harvested and maintained for ready reference by a system that operates outside of the system of checks and balances.

Every minute of every day, the NSA and its counterparts in Canada, Great Britain, Australia and a host of other Western countries are covertly collecting your personal data. ECHELON, a secret project that was created exactly 50 years ago, now has grown unchecked into one of the largest spying networks in the world. This project alone is responsible for the massive amounts of data and information collected from every form of communication, thereby unceremoniously violating your right to privacy.

In spite of recent revelations by whistle blowers like Edward Snowden and others, many people still live in denial that such surveillance capabilities exist. Others believe that the capabilities of our current surveillance state is exaggerated or hyped, while others seem all too willing to surrender their rights, erroneously believing that doing so makes them safer from terror threats. After all, if one has nothing to hide, what’s the harm in being under constant surveillance?

Join us tonight on The Hagmann & Hagmann Report as Steve Quayle joins us with a very special guest from Europe to discuss not just the state of surveillance, but what you can do to protect yourself from this gross violation of privacy.