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Are agencies such the NSA and FBI actually useful?


“The idea of our nation’s intelligence services being necessary for security is a bit of a misnomer. The only security that the intelligence particularly protect is the job security of their officials and the members of Congress who write their checks,” BORDC executive director, Shahid Buttar.

On Thursday April 24, 2014, BORDC executive director, Shahid Buttar, appeared on Acronym TV to discuss the usefulness of agencies like the NSA, the OffNow campaign, the latest in First and Fourth Amendment abuses due to unconstitutional government surveillance of innocent Americans among other crucial issues.

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