Written by Spicewood
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Topics: Spy, NSA

Thursday, 13 June 2013

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I received an email the other day telling of a diabolical surveillance device in the form of a mosquito that can fly around your home and "spy" on you, another NSA device to combine with all your telephone calls and internet correspondence that they now are able to keep track of.

The most diabolical device of all was recently revealed at a "Spy's R Us" convention in Las Vegas. The "Button." It looks like a plain button, however, it is a combination TV camera and super sensitive microphone. The FBI in conjunction with the CIA, twelve years ago, entered in to a clandestine agreement with clothing manufacturers worldwide, to affix one (01) button on each piece of clothing that was produced. The one manufacturer in the US also agreed, but only where red, white or blue buttons were appropriate. "We're proud to be Americans, " Hemangini Mallishi, company president commented.

All three organizations are using the little known FEMA camps to monitor the voluminous amounts of information that is being retrieved by the button broadcasts.

Farron Magavin, group leader of one of the camps stated, "There are more than a billion of the "buttons" out there, working 24/7, so you can imagine what we really know about people.

Prior to the last election, using a Mormon based instructional method, we were able to channel many voters thinking, to lean toward voting for the president, oddly enough, rather than the Mormon candidate. It was a challenge."

Magavin added, "Don't hang your clothes in the shower."

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