Utah lawmakers are considering a bill that would severely hinder the National Security Agency’s ability to work at its massive data center in the Beehive State. The legislation directs municipalities like Bluffdale, where the NSA’s building is located, to “refuse support to any federal agency which collects electronic data within this state.” RT’s Lindsay France takes a closer look at the bill and how it would affect the secretive spy agency.
Featured Image: Utah Data Center: The Utah Data Center will gather data from intercepted satellite communications and underwater ocean cables. Analysts will decipher, analyse and store the information in order to spot potential national security threats. The facility will be heavily fortified with backup generators and powerful equipment to keep the vast computer network cool. CREDIT:Tom W. Sulcer. NSA SOURCE: Wkipedia Commons. (This file is made available under the Creative CommonsCC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication).
BLUFFDALE, UT – Fiery explosions, caused by massive electrical surges inside the data storage facility, have resulted in the destruction of extremely expensive machinery worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
As the citizens of the U.S. of A. begin to wake up to everything from our ridiculous drug laws to the move to disarm us, the Controllers are become more desperate. Here is a great example of a desperate propaganda piece from the Military. It also points out just how stupid they think American’s are. Anyone who has been following their one world agenda for any length of time can easily see this is just another move towards mind-setting the sheeple into accepting the future “need” to arresting and detaining loyal Americans for protesting the Controllers moves away from the Constitution and Bill of Rights. . . EDITOR
PUBLISHED: 06:18 EST, 30 July 2012 | UPDATED: 08:57 EST, 30 July 2012
They are ferocious when on the attack and unpredictable in nature – but absolutely stunning when viewed from the inside.
For these are the spectacular images taken by photographer Lurie Belegurschi, who descended into the heart of Thrihnukagigur volcano, near Reykjavik in Iceland, to show the extraordinary beauty of the magma chambers buried deep within the dormant volcano.
Perhaps the explorer felt secure as he descended to 120 metres – the equivalent of three Statues of Liberty piled one on top of the other – because it has been 4,000 years since the volcano last erupted.
But as he descended in a basket attached to a crane, the old mantra must have run through his head: It’s not a question of if, it’s when. . . . Read Complete Report + photos and videos