Do you dare to question the government online? You are more than likely a target of mega bank spying teams. Teams that recent documents reveal actually work with the federal government to target and track those who associate themselves with organizations that oppose big banks and the corrupt establishment. The good news, however, is that by posting these documents in an exclusive Storyleak article authored by key Storyleak editor Mikael Thalen, we have now launched a nationwide resistance to what can now be termed mega bank spying.
Below, you can read the email for yourself detailing a conversation between Bank of American’s Global Corporate Security Vice President Kim Triplett-Kolerich, the Washington State Patrol (WSP) and one redacted recipient:
And it’s all thanks to readers and activists who share this key news around the world — a spread of information that has now led state legislators in Washington to stand against the NSA spy grid and mega bank spying. Specifically, legislation is now in the works to starve off the NSA through cutting off finances via the state of Washington and others. Now what’s amazing is that this move is a result of key individuals inside government, who have already known something is wrong with the corrupt control freaks who run them, reading our work and deciding to take action.
While I have not yet been authorized to release the full details, I have been alerted by a number of political heads that the articles on Storyleak have led to the launch of numerous pieces of anti-spying and anti-tyranny legislation.
The release of little known or secretive documents such as the “Modernizing State’s Continuity of Operation Planning,” which grants Washington’s governor dictatorial powers in the event of ‘any disaster or emergency’, are absolutely key to preserving our freedoms and stamping out attempts to circumvent our legal system. 2014 will be a key year in the spread of information, and I hope that you will join us in a rallying cry against those that aim to burn the Constitution and track our every action.