Everyone knows that George Bush Jr. was going wrong in his presidency until 11/09/2011 fanatical attack made by the former friend of USA, Osama bin Laden. Bush Jr. found him a sense of his presence in the White House running two terrible warlike adventures invasion of Afghanistan, which has not stopped and got almost nothing USA, and invasion of Iraq, which was a failure because it overthrew Saddam Hussein failing to impose a stable replacement. Before all that, Bush Jr. and his No. 2 (which really was his boss, Dick Cheney), imposed the Patriot Act, a law that allows destroy values such as freedom of speech and other individual rights. Bush Jr. ended shattered because he broke his hands in the real estate market bubble of low-income people (subprime) but new data about its authoritarian delusions arise.
Bush signed his 1st. decree of the NSA spying 04/10/2001 and then gave new orders almost every month. Later, from these initiatives, Congress passed a special law on the activities of foreign intelligence, the NSA uses to this day.
New documents released by the National Security Agency (NSA) indicate that the order for the massive spying of citizens was given 1ra. once by President George W. Bush after the terrorist attack of September 11th.
The U.S. NSA director, James Clapper, the unit remains in the center of a scandal after revelations of Edward Snowden, George W. Bush pushed them to gather information on “the content of certain international negotiations”, as well as general information of phone calls (no recording content) and Internet traffic.
Bush signed his 1st. decree about the 04/10/2001 and then gave new orders almost every month. Later, from these initiatives, Congress passed a special law on the activities of foreign intelligence, the NSA uses to this day.
According to Clapper, the main objective of this decision was to “detect and prevent terrorist attacks within the United States.” In addition, he explained that the instructions in these activities changed over time, but from the beginning the former president ordered “minimize the collection of information on U.S. citizens.”
Although the NSA tries to defend himself, documents released by the CIA and extécnico NSA, Edward Snowden, provoked an avalanche of criticism from American civil society, and the international community.
The condemnation has forced the Obama Administration to review the programs to collect information from the intelligence and ask independent experts to prepare a report on this subject.
The recommendations were presented 1 week at the White House and the U.S. president is expected to announce soon some changes in the work of the National Security Agency.
Obama said Friday as 20/12 it expects to do so in “a few weeks”.
At the same time, Obama returned to try to protect the NSA indicating that the agency “does not perform monitoring within the country.” “It is important to emphasize that none of the studies showed that the NSA was somehow involved in illegal collection of information. It is also clear that people fear the possibility of such violations in the future,” Bush said .