Britain came third in the list which was topped by Sweden and the United States in second place.
So it is clear that government planned snooping into the private affairs of U. S. citizens is more than just alarming.
How does this relate to the Nelson County Board of Supervisors?
Well, each of you supervisors has private concerns not related in any way to your duties as a Board member. Whether you have personal health concerns large or small, as almost everyone does, whether you have plans over investments or more tangible property that have not materialized, you very reasonably want to keep these matters private.
You could of course write an individual personal letter to our congressman, Representative Robert Hurt, and to Senator Mark Warner and Senator Jim Webb and ask them to do something to stop this surveillance over your personal affairs.
And they no doubt would contact a high official in the Obama administration asking that this thorough government oversight over citizens' private affairs be stopped right away.
But since all the top administration people in Washington want this government snooping continued, there is little chance your individual letters would have any effect.
But if your Board passed a resolution demanding that this official snooping be stopped, your resolution would certainly be widely publicized by local media, and very likely by state and national media also.
And then there would be a national issue putting pressure on the Obama administration as a whole, and also on Congress. And there is a very good chance the Washington administration would be forced to make at least some concessions.
It doesn't really make any difference whether the administration is Democrat or Republican --- the view at the top is always the same.
Also, since the whole reason behind this excessive government intrusion is entirely specious, you have to consider again the situation in Nelson County.
As we have told you repeatedly, when the Nelson County Circuit Court or District Court are in session, the sheriff is responsible for courthouse security.
But at all other times, as has been the case for over 200 years, your Board has SOLE responsibility for courthouse security, and it is contrary to your budget and to Fourth Amendment protection of your constituents to have sheriff deputies at the courthouse entrance to unlawfully inspect personal papers and belongings of your constituents entering the courthouse to pay taxes, visit school board offices or visit the Circuit Court's book and computer record room, none of whom is a terrorist unknown to the FBI or state police, especially the most widely recognized NON-TERRORIST in Nelson County, I, Kenneth White, trying to help protect all you Board members from genuine terrorism by highly organized criminals of both political parties who have unlawfully grabbed control of the highest levels of government for total tyrannical dictatorship of all your actions, and even your thoughts !
So again, the Virginia Taxpayers Association, giving your Board much extremely significant information which you previously did not have, DEMANDS that you withdraw and repeal the unlawful decision to place a walk-through metal detector at the main entrance to the courthouse, and provide that metal detectors shall be used only at entrances to Circuit and District Courts when the courts are actually in session, to properly protect judges of these courts.
This will mitigate the unlawful violation of the oaths of office of four of you Board members, certified in the Kenneth White Affidavit recorded in the Nelson County Circuit Court Clerk's deed book and computer room.
That concludes my Statement.
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