Monthly Archives: December 2013

Is Your Neighbor a CIA Snitch? A Look at Nextdoor.com

– See more at: http://xrepublic.tv/node/6821#sthash.P57XR9N5.dpuf

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Twelve Editorial Staff Rules for the Great International Media When the News is from the Middle East

1) In the Middle East it is always the Arabs who attack first and always Israel that is defending themselves. This defense is called a reprisal.

Read more at: http://alethonews.wordpress.com/2013/12/30/twelve-editorial-staff-rules-for-the-great-international-media-when-the-news-is-from-the-middle-east/

“Although it is written by a federal judge, it is not so much a legal opinion as it is a fascist-style polemic that advocates scrapping the US Constitution and implementing a police state.”

“According to Judge Pauley, the attacks of September 11, 2001 more than 12 years ago (which were carried out by Al Qaeda terrorists well known to US intelligence agencies) justify an unprecedented expansion of state surveillance.”

 

Read more at:  http://rinf.com/alt-news/breaking-news/the-pseudo-legal-arguments-for-a-police-state/

” I think it’s going to get horrendous, what we learn over the coming year, about how our basic privacies, our basic freedom, our basic free media to think freely and speak freely have been eroded by this global spy panopticon.”

“It’s great to see the biggest chaos computer club gathering yet of people from across the world (and particularly Europe) who are very angry about this. They cannot guarantee that their governments can protect their privacy anymore, so they want to take it into their own hands – and quite right.”

“It’s great that there is a debate in America about constitutional rights – but it’s so much pantomime. Even if a decision is made within the US establishment to rein in the powers of the NSA within the USA, they can still investigate the rest of us around the world; we have no rights under their law.”

Read more at: http://rt.com/op-edge/nsa-orwellian-surveillance-system-926/

State Dept whistleblower’s emails hacked, deleted

The lawyer said that the hack was “sophisticated” and “alarming

I’m too simple to know if my hacks were “sophisticated.”  Maybe they were supposed to be alarming too.  My adjectives would be “intriguing”…then “tiresome.”

Read more at:   http://rinf.com/alt-news/breaking-news/state-dept-whistleblowers-emails-hacked-deleted-2/

“The virtues that sustain a nation-state and build community, from honesty to self-sacrifice to transparency to sharing, are ridiculed each night on television as rubes stupid enough to cling to this antiquated behavior are voted off reality shows.”

“Our culture of flagrant self-exaltation, hardwired in the American character, permits the humiliation of all those who oppose us.”

American Psychosis

Read more here: https://www.adbusters.org/magazine/90/hedges-american-psychosis.html

“As indispensable as liberty is to the progress of humanity, its future is never assured. Indeed, on most fronts, freedom has been in retreat for years—its light flickering against the winds of ignorance, irresponsibility, short-term gratification, and power lust.

“Liberty is more than a happy circumstance. It’s a moral imperative, worthy of every ounce of passion that good people can muster.”

Read more: http://www.fee.org/the_freeman/detail/advancing-liberty-in-2014-ten-rules-of-thumb#ixzz2p2m0HKNF