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As reports continue to flood in about President Obama's massive surveillance state, media powerhouse Glenn Beck says, "There wouldn't be a Jew alive on the planet today if Hitler had this technology."
Beck made the statement Friday on his radio program while interviewing NSA whistleblower William Binney.
Binney worked at the National Security Agency for nearly four decades, and said the secret surveillance of Americans began in October 2001.
He believes the NSA is storing information on 3 billion phone calls every day.
Want to know how and why America has so rapidly come to resemble the totalitarian society described by novelist George Orwell in "1984," one characterized by universal surveillance? Itβs all exposed in a special issue of Whistleblower magazine β titled "ONE NATION UNDER SURVEILLANCE: Big Brother is watching in ways Orwell never dreamed."
"I'm telling you, America," Beck cautioned, "If we don't stop this right now, we will be remembered as the most evil nation in history of the world. We will dwarf what Germany did. And I'd say that if Mitt Romney were in office and this were happening. I would be saying exactly the same thing."
Beck continued: "This is the way totalitarian states are created, This is it. And as much as you want to say, 'Aw, well, that's hogwash.' Well.,what were they doing with the IRS? And the IRS is in charge of all of your health-care information next year. Don't you put these puzzle pieces together? They're in charge of your health care. 'OK, well they're not gonna do anything.' Really? They already are! You wanna shut down the tea party? They can do it overnight. You wanna scoop up everybody who has ever been a part of the tea party, ever visited any website. ... All they have to do is put the connections in, hit print, round them up."
"There wouldn't be a Jew alive on the planet today if Hitler had this technology," he concluded. "Not a Jew alive on the planet. Not one."