John Oliver’s Must-See Interview With Edward Snowden

Oliver to Snowden: “You have to own that”
204unproven innocence
4/06/15 3:05:04 pm
Equationgroupie or Panopticontra? As a free American citizen, that is choice for me to make --or not. The problem, as I see it, is that such decisions will inevitably be made, but not by me --and probably without any consideration ...
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John Oliver might be the first interviewer who has ever asked Edward Snowden some hard questions about what he did. In this Last Week Tonight clip, Oliver presses Snowden relentlessly on why he stole and released so many secret documents without ever reading them — and Snowden doesn’t come …

Civil Liberties Hero Edward Snowden Commits Massive Civil Liberties Violation

Hands over 160,000 private emails to journalists and Glenn Greenwald
7/07/14 9:45:38 am
re: #136 Charles Johnson Years ago I decided to read Balloonjuice regularly after I noticed that one of their tags was,"Show us on the doll where the invisible hand touched you." I fled Balloonjuice and ended up here about a ...
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Is the XKeyScore Code Released in Germany Faked?

Expert analysis uncovers serious misrepresentations and possible fakery
7/09/14 1:13:04 pm
re: #97 a7214418 But thanks for the interesting bit about NYT's complete incompetence in covering up the super-duper-classified bits. By simply removing the black rectangles one can see the name of the author, among other things. What a bunch of ...

Greenwald Hypes ‘Spectacular Multicolored Fireworks’ for a Finale, Will Reveal Names of NSA ‘Victims’

Also compares GCHQ to a “super-vicious yapping Shih Tzu”
5/27/14 7:06:07 pm
re: #85 HappyWarrior The 442nd got that apology, and those reparations. Should have been the same around 1880 for the US Colored Troops, but those reparations got lost in the mail.
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New Bombshell From the Intercept: GCHQ Asked NSA for Something, We Don’t Know if They Got It

More known unknowns from Greenwald HQ
4/30/14 4:36:48 pm
You must be in complete denial of the government's role in making sure that we aren't taken by surprise again, and to be able to follow the actions of people who do not mean us well. You must think, well, ...
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