Geektastic:turnin: Listening to newstalkzb tonight was interesting. Kerre McVeigh(woodham) believes that callers who stated american agencies have access to nz'ers emails are just paranoid and reading too many misinformation websites. Which brings me to my point about democracy. The media ultimately control public opinion. Ive seen 2 classic cases this year where they have taken a side on an issue and most definitely censored comments so that those with another opinion or have information simply can't get info to the public. Incredible bias. So democracy is great if journalists are able to get all the facts to the public. Despite this information age most people will vote according to who is made to look good by the media.
Of course if you are concerned, you can circumvent the vast resources of the NSA for only $5! Yes - just send $5 to me and you will receive by return your guaranteed NSA-proof communication system as follows:
1) A pad of excellent lined A4 paper
2) A pack of 20 envelopes!
3) A First Class stamp
4) A ballpoint pen
Also included - at no extra charge - are detailed instructions on how to write a letter and use the analogue postal system!
That doesn't really work either.