by: Gary  Rea (c)copyright 2010 All RIGHTS RESERVED


In the March 22nd edition of The Times Online, there is an article describing how a new machine is being used to put together the 600 million of pieces of shredded documents that make up the records of the former East German Stasi, a secret police force that employed 91,000 agents, as well as thousands more informants to spy on friends, neighbors, fellow workers and family members in East Germany.

I thought it would be interesting for PPJG readers to see this, since our own government is effectively duplicating the Stasi here in America, currently, with the Obama Youth Corps, tens of thousands of newly hired Census takers, Infragard (created by the Bush Administration to recruit employers and business owners to spy on their employees, who might be “terrorists”), thousands of TSA workers, not to mention the Department of Homeland Security’s state and local “fusion center” workers.