27 June 2013 — FAIR Blog
It looks like we might be on to a new phase in the Edward Snowden saga: anonymous government officials going to compliant media outlets to complain that his revelations have made it easier for terrorists to evade capture.
27 June 2013 — Oriental Review
The ongoing Syrian crisis will be certainly viewed by future generations as a classic example of how a completely false reality, as presented by the dominant Western political class and corporate media, has inscrutably resulted in the moral and political reinforcement of the opposing party, which was desperately defending the principles of law and justice under unprecedented pressure from a transnational party of war.
26 June 2013 — Strategic Culture foundation
The poachers – caught in the act – are now appointing themselves as the gamekeepers. Former CIA contractor Edward Snowden has performed an immense service to international public interest and democratic rights by exposing the «industrial scale» illegal spyingoperations of the American and British governments. Continue reading
27 June 2013 — RT
Apparently GCHQ are grabbing this post, along with everything else digital. A police unit acronym SOCMINT, or Social Media Intelligence Task Force, or something like that, is monitoring the Web looking for radical ideas. As the video says, this is not new but it does add to the view that the UK is now a total surveillance state, a hair-breadth’s away from Fascism.
26 June, 2013 — The Wolf Report nonconfidential analysis for the anti-investor
1….of staring blankly into space
Everywhere. And everyone. Smartphones. Everybody’s staring at his or her smartphone. Some are staring at their smartphones, multi-multi-tasking I suppose. Or just showing off, as if one flat screen can’t possibly make him or her available enough to all those out there dying to connect. Multiple smartphones. On the first day of Christmas, the true love offers one Blackberry. On the second day, two Samsung Galaxy 4s. On the third, three Iphones. But nobody’s giving anybody Nokias, that’s for sure. There is no Christmas for Finland.
26 June 2013 — Youtube
Former Al-Qaeda member Sheikh Naiim has released video testimony in which he asserts that the leader of Jabhat Al-Nusra, the primary fighting force in Syria attempting to topple President Bashar Al-Assad, is a CIA operative.
“I personally believe that the leader of the Nusra Army (Mohammed al-Jawlani), who declared his support for Ayman Al Zawahiri, is a CIA operative in the Al Nusra,” states Sheikh Naiim.
Naiim also identified Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri as a US double agent. — Propaganda Matrix
27 June 2013 — WashingtonsBlog
Polls show that Americans know the government is spying on all of us for improper purposes … but that many Americans are unsure whether or not the whistleblowers who brought us that information should be prosecuted.
27 June 2013 — 21st Century Wire
EU-USA: DATA SURVEILLANCE
1. EU-USA: DATA SURVEILLANCE: For those that missed here are three three original leaks by Snowden:
2. UK: SPYING ON THE EU: Germany blasts Britain over GCHQ’s secret cable trawl
3. EU-USA-UK: DATA SURVEILLANCE: GCHQ taps fibre-optic cables for secret access to world’s communications