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NSA Foiled Muslim Radicals by Spying on Their Online Porn Habits

Nov 27 2013, 7:23am CST | by , in News | Misc

NSA Foiled Muslim Radicals by Spying on Their Online Porn Habits
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The NSA is up to more than we might imagine. According to Edward Snowden, it has foiled the plans of several Muslim radicals. This was possible by spying on their online pornographic forays in an effort to discredit their pious image before their followers.

While spying is often seen as a negative usage of the law, there is apparently some good it might do as well. Take the case of the NSA which has been guilty of snooping around in matters which do not concern it. Yet every cloud has a silver lining. Potential terrorists have been radicalizing their audiences worldwide through accounts on Facebook as well as elsewhere. They have had their online sexual activities monitored by the NSA to blackmail them. 

Huffington Post highlights that “viewing sexually explicit material online” and “using sexually explicit persuasive language when communicating with inexperienced young girls” are among the vulnerabilities listed by the NSA. 

Six such targets that were all Muslims and trying to spread discontent among certain followers were discredited by following their leisure time interests. It hardly comes as a surprise since even the leader of the pack, Osama bin Laden had a huge porn stash at the time he was killed in the Abbotabad Operation. 

Basically, the NSA has chosen an indirect method of disenfranchising potential radicals. Instead of throwing bombs on them, it is a better idea to expose them for the hypocrites they are in front of their followers. The US government has the right to use lawful methods of showing the world what an ugly face these so-called pious extremists have in private. 

It is a soft method that actually works and does not antagonize those who are blindly following these fake leaders. While the six individuals were not exactly terrorists, they were spreading hate speech against the United States on Facebook and YouTube.

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