Monthly Archives: October 2013

I’m new to this stuff: If Snowden gets MURDERED, then will we rebel?

Here is a Question…. Since Germany seems to be really getting teed off with the U.S. now – NSA and Economics…. Will they demand all their gold back immediately?

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“The inventor of the 3D-printed gun, Cody Wilson of Defense Distributed, is now raising money for a new crypto-anarchist venture that will help people anywhere in the world keep their wealth and finances private.”

Defense Distributed Plans to Make Bitcoins Completely Anonymous


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“The U.S. “cannot fight terrorism” by listening to German Chancellor Angel Merkel’s personal cell phone, the foreign minister of that country, Guido Westerwelle, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Thursday.

BREAKING: German lawmaker meets Snowden in Moscow, possible testimony being considered


“Three years ago, security consultant Dragos Ruiu was in his lab when he noticed something highly unusual: his MacBook Air, on which he had just installed a fresh copy of OS X, spontaneously updated the firmware that helps it boot. Stranger still, when Ruiu then tried to boot the machine off a CD ROM, it refused.”

Gap-jumping will become common. We should listen up:


Jon Stewart on The “Know-Nothing” President, the NIPF, and the New World Order

The NIPF consists of:

Intelligence topics reviewed by the National Security Council’s Principals Committee and approved by the President.
A process for assigning priorities to countries and non-state actors relevant to the approved intelligence topics.
A matrix showing these priorities. The NIPF matrix reflects consumers’ priorities for intelligence support and ensures that long-term intelligence issues are addressed.

“…as the director Billy Wilder said, “If you’re going to tell people the truth, be funny or they’ll kill you.”

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“there was an absolutely incredible exchange between Intel Committee Chair Rep. Mike Rogers and law professor Stephen Vladeck”

Rogers: I would argue the fact that we haven’t had any complaints come forward with any specificity arguing that their privacy has been violated, clearly indicates, in ten years, clearly indicates that something must be doing right. Somebody must be doing something exactly right.

Vladeck: But who would be complaining?

Rogers: Somebody who’s privacy was violated. You can’t have your privacy violated if you don’t know your privacy is violated. 


“This is kind of astounding. According to Mike Rogers, you can apparently violate his privacy, so long as he doesn’t know about it. How is it that such a person is supposedly in charge of oversight of the intelligence community? He honestly believes that as long as the NSA spies on people privately, their privacy isn’t violated?”


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“Spain’s foreign minister…said …on Wednesday that he has still not received the explanations the government requested from Washington in July and August of this year… the US ambassador to Spain, James Costos, was summoned to the Foreign Ministry.”

“The Spanish government is apparently not satisfied by the explanations offered by NSA chief General Keith Alexander”

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“Evil has been defined as taking pleasure in the intentional inflicting of harm on innocent others, and ever since World War II social psychologists have been fascinated by the topic.”

The Psychological Power of Satan

How a belief in “pure evil” shapes people’s thinking


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