> The NSA is an enormous liability with horrible internal security.
The US should remove its electronic spying capabilities because they are internally insecure? I'm not sure to follow you here. It doesn't make any sense, and looks more like a half-assessed excuse to support your conclusion (The NSA should be destroyed no matter what) than anything else.
> It yields virtually nothing useful to the general citizens,
I think the general citizen benefits from the US global hegemony of the last 50 years. I'm sure they don't "feel" like it, but that's the problem of living in a rich country and feeling entitled about it. You end up forgetting the true source of the success to rely so much on.
> and it's actions have jeopardized secure encryption globally
Oh yeah, no exaggeration here!
Well, what can I say? You have the username of your ideas.