Government propagandist shown here attempting to convince Americans to assist federal agents in tracking their location!
According to documents recently uncovered by this blogger, it can now be incontrovertibly confirmed that every day, agents of the federal government personally sift through over 600 million pieces of our private correspondence.
With an annual budget of over 70 billions dollars, over half a million of agents in virtually every city and town in all 50 states and its own federalized police force, this innocuously named "Postal Service" stands on the brink of annihilating all liberty and privacy in the United States at the merest whim of the executive branch.
In a 2006 U.S. Supreme Court decision, the Court noted: "Each day, according to the Government's submissions here, the United States Postal Service delivers some 660 million pieces of mail to as many as 142 million delivery points." As of 2011, the USPS operates 31,000 post offices and locations in the U.S., and delivers 177 billion pieces of mail annually.
"It's true," said a highly placed insider who spoke to me on condition of anonymity. "In fact 'Linda' [the names of specific federal agents involved in this crime against Liberty are being withheld pending confirmation] is headin' to the back right now to sort out a whole bag of oddball junk."
Of course without a properly executed court order it is still illegal for anyone but you (or, let's face it, your spouse) to open your mail, and any US postal service personnel caught opening your mail would be subject to immediate termination, fines and imprisonment, but since it is theoretically possible that the government could spontaneously decide to secretly do the opposite, we should all be terrified.