World War III: Barbarians at Israeli and US Border Gates

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World War III seemed to erupt out of nowhere, yet it has been boiling over the past three years. Leading intelligence services have been tracking Islamic Barbarians in Iraq and Syria for the past three years. Global leaders knew they were slaughtering Christians, minority sects, Shiites and even Sunnis who refused to bow before them. Only we the people were kept in the dark by our government … [Read more...]

Supreme Court Ruling on Cell Phone Privacy Vindicates Snowden, Greenwald, The Guardian & Washington Post

The Supreme court rules unanimously on cellphone privacy rights. Warrantless cellphone searches are not permitted under the fourth amendment (in most cases). Via the Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/jun/05/what-snowden-revealed-changed-nsa-reform Via Reuters: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/26/usa-court-mobilephone-idUSL2N0P60TR20140626 By Lawrence Hurley … [Read more...]

Daniel Ellsberg & Edward Snowden: Whistleblowers & Heroes in Common

Henry Kissinger called Daniel Ellsberg "the most dangerous man in America." Why? Because "Ellsberg sacrificed a promising Government career to inform the American public that the Vietnam War had been packaged and sold as containment of the Communist threat, when in fact the historical record, as recorded in the Pentagon Papers, illuminated fervent imperial ambition across successive US … [Read more...]

State of Secrets: PBS Frontline Documentary Reveals Post-911 Cabal Against Your Privacy

PBS Frontline details the post-911 surveillance cabal launched by President George Bush and later embraced by President Barack Obama. If you did not see this documentary on your local station, you owe it to yourself to visit pbs.org/frontline and view it online. It is truly riveting! A debt of gratitude to PBS for researching and airing this show: "the history of the massive National Security … [Read more...]

Edward Snowden Pardon Playlist: “You Can’t Slip a Chip into My Brain, NSA”

Snowden Pardon or Prison

Edward Snowden will likely be remembered long after 99 percent of No Such Agency (NSA) leaders and defenders are forgotten. A clean-cut geek risked his freedom to protect our privacy rights. More than 10 folk songs have already been written about Edward Snowden, including: "You Can't Slip a Chip into My Brain, NSA" by Grant William Brad Gerver, and  "Hello, NSA" by Roy Zimmerman. "I know you'll … [Read more...]

Rallying for the Anti-NSA Rally: Early Media Reports 100 people – Turns Out to be Thousands

With NSA director Gen Keith Alexander calling for restrictions on the media, initial reporting on the October 26 Stop Watching Us rally suggested that the rally was a failure. The Guardian report on October 27 provides a more accurate picture. Are the majority of Americans are disinterested, or just plain worried about being caught in the NSA web? If the Stop Watching Us rally is an indication, … [Read more...]

Patriots & Whistleblower Edward Snowden – Lon Snowdon Letter

Lon Snowden, the father of whistleblower Edward Snowden, wrote an open letter to his son, in collaboration with attorney Bruce Fein. The letter was submitted to the Associated Press and reprinted in the Guardian on July 2, 2013. As regards your reduction to de facto statelessness occasioned by the Executive Branch to penalize your alleged violations of the Espionage Act, the United States … [Read more...]