Please Follow Me- Nick Fuentes
You don’t have to be an ally of the United States to be spied on by the U.S. government. You can simply be an ordinary citizen for Big Brother to take an interest in you. But is the government really to blame for all the N.S.A. spying? The people are supposed to be the rulers in a republic like ours, so when the people constantly ask to be “followed,” how can the government not deliver? Our society has replaced stalking with following on Twitter and productivity with Facebook. I currently have less than 20 stalkers, I mean followers, on Twitter. And I find myself stalking, I mean following, about 150 other Twitter users. My Facebook usage is at an all-time high (thank you, Samsung Galaxy) and my productivity is at an all-time low (thank you, Facebook).
So more than anything, like most of you less than loyal readers, my time is spent in front of my computer screen or with my eyes peeled on my phone. What does that have to do with the government disregarding all of our liberties to gather information for “national security?” I’ll answer that question with this question (like a politician would do) and I’ll make it seem like it’s your (the reader’s) fault (also like a politician would do). WHY THE HELL WOULD YOU POST SO MUCH STUFF ON THE WEB?
We at Fool’s Gold have no respect for ourselves, so we post all kinds of stuff… all of which is embarrassing, because we know the quality of product we offer. But you… the reader should have more respect for yourself. I mean the internet is riddled with creeps and degenerates who probably also have their faces glued to a computer screen learning about you. Not to mention all the people you follow or friends that aren’t your family or close friends that you allow access to your social media life. I don’t agree with the U.S. spying on all of us, but if you make it easy enough for the average Joe down the street to know the more intimate details of your life, what is so hard to grasp about the government doing the same?
We’re all being followed now, no turning back from this point. Welcome to the World Wide Web, folks! Keep your personal information to yourself or closely guarded, because the U.S. is watching and gathering information every second we’re logged in. Next thing you know, we’ll have to release all of our information to the government for a giant universal healthcare database…. Oh wait, we already voted for that, nice job democracy.
But what does Facebook and productivity have to do with any of this? Well, I brought up productivity because I procrastinated in writing this article. Thank you, Facebook.