[ video ] Reality-check comedian Russell Brand points out MSNBC’s female anchor’s IMMODESTY, while exposing MSM’s ‘superficial’ bias — “Be careful. That’s a LOW-CUT DRESS. I’m only flesh and blood. I’ve got instincts.” — Mika Brzezinski actually changed her dress after this segment.

I really don’t normally watch this show, but just happened to catch this interview live on TV. Co-host Mika Brzezinski actually changed her dress after this segment — into a blue, neck high.

Why don’t more men speak up for what is right?


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“Be careful. That’s a LOW-CUT DRESS.
I’m only flesh and blood. I’ve got instincts.”

– Russell Brand

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Russell Brand Lectures MSNBC on “Superficial” Media Agenda

Comedian terrifies corporate news anchors by acting like real person

Paul Joseph Watson
June 18, 2013

Comedian Russell Brand terrified anchors on MSNBC’s Morning Joe program by lecturing them about how the media distracts from real news by obsessing about superficial distractions.

Brand almost immediately put host Mika Brzezinski on the back foot by describing his tour as an exploration of how Malcolm X, Gandhi, Che Guevara and Jesus Christ “are significant culturally and how icons are appropriated and used to designate consciousness and meaning….they’re all people that died for a cause, they’re all people whose icons are used to designate meaning, perhaps not in the manner in which they intended.”

Brand then poked fun at MSNBC’s army of “actors” in the back of the shot who were supposedly tweeting, noting that they were merely a gimmick to create the impression that the program was a hotbed of news.

The anchors began to get visibly uncomfortable when Brand made the point that mass media was an operation in changing information “so it suits a particular agenda” and that viewers were being manipulated.

Instead of addressing Brand’s point, the anchors instead obsessed about the comedian’s accent and his clothing.

“You’re talking about me as if I’m not here and as if I’m an extraterrestrial,” responded Brand, “thank you for your casual objectification.”

“I’m a little nervous,” retorted Brzezinski, presumably not used to entertaining guests on her program who act like real people.

When the conversation began to break down, Brand asked , “Is this what you all do for a living?” before hijacking the broadcast to talk about Edward Snowden, the NSA spying scandal and Bradley Manning.

“Look beyond the superficial, that’s the problem with current affairs, you forget about what’s important, you allow the agenda to be decided by superficial information – what am I saying – what am I talking about – don’t think about what I’m wearing, these things are redundant, superficial – don’t be distracted,” said Brand as Brzezinski physically cowered.

Brand, who is a close friend of David Icke and was the only celebrity of note to draw attention to the Bilderberg Group with a recent tweet, is known for broaching topics of conversation which firmly go against the establishment grain. He also follows Alex Jones on Twitter.

His Brand X show routinely features guests from the counter-culture as well as those with controversial political views.


Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.


The Low-Cut Top Epidemic: May We Be Holy

[ video ] Rand Paul: America Needs a Spiritual Revival — “Don’t look toward your politicians for all the answers. Look to your spiritual leaders. This country needs a revival and a cultural reformation, but it’s not going to come from government or a law”

“Really, something bigger has to happen. This is what I say in churches all the time, when I speak in churches is that:

Don’t look toward your politicians for all the answers. Look to your spiritual leaders. This country needs a revival and a cultural reformation, but it’s not going to come from government or a law.”

– Rep. Rand Paul

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Watch Here

(Revival quote is at minute-25)

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‘Uncommon Knowledge:’ Sen. Rand Paul Interviewed

Sen. Rand Paul (R., KY) sits down with Peter Robinson to discuss the origin of his political philosophy, the debate over immigration reform, the roll out of Affordable Care Act, his stance on abortion, and the future of the Republican party. “Uncommon Knowledge” is produced by the Hoover Institution.

Opinion: President In Absentia

6/17/2013 12:33:33 PM39:23


Rand Paul: Spiritual leaders need to step up and bring in the Third Great Awakening ! To be fully pro-life, war is the last resort!

My spiritual revival site: ONEcanhappen.wordpress.com

[ video ] New “Rainbow 6” Video Game Casts Patriot Groups As Enemy Terrorists — “Not only is the act of shooting the police encouraged, it is mandated to advance in the game”

“Not only is the act of shooting the police encouraged,
it is mandated to advance in the game.”

~Jakari Jackson

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y32Tu3oPYf4]Video Game Casts Patriot Groups As Enemy Terrorists


Published on Jun 14, 2013

Rainbow 6: Patriots, a Ubisoft game, portrays those concerned about their personal liberty as terrorists.

More than that it begs the question “Do you have what it takes to pull the trigger on a fellow citizen?”


[ video ] Daniel Ellsberg & Glenn Greenwald on Piers Morgan: Snowden Absolutely Did the Right Thing — “If he stayed in this country he’d be where Bradley Manning has been in the last three years…”

Daniel Ellsberg is always so impressive!

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kmx1GmvRLkM]Piers Morgan Cuts Off Daniel Ellsberg Mid-Sentence To Go To Paris Hilton!


Published on Jun 18, 2013

June 18, 2013 CNN

Journalist who brought down Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, Michael Hastings, a Victim of Obama’s Assassination Policy?


Hastings assassination: Engine found 150 feet BEHIND the car, contradicting physic professors’ testimony!

Michael Hastings contacted Wikileaks lawyer hours before death claiming FBI were investigating him…

Former Marine Colonel’s Wife: Sleeping With The Enemy — Kay Griggs Talks About Sexual Perversion Deep Within the Highest Levels of U.S. Military and Government, Military Assassin Squads, Drug Running, and Illegal Weapon Deals — “Why are Good People Silent?”

 From: Infowars

Is Journalist Michael Hastings a Victim of Obama’s Assassination Policy?

Kurt Nimmo
June 19, 2013

The establishment media glossed over the suspicious death of Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings in cursory fashion.

“Mr. Hastings was believed to have been alone in the car, which struck a tree at high speed, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office,” the New York Times reported earlier today.

Photographs of the crash scene, however, reveal that the car Hastings was in did not experience a high-speed crash. “There is no impact damage to this car. The only damage there is BLOWN OUT in the back, not smashed in the front and it obviously missed the tree as it rolled to a stop,” writes Jim Stone. “This was a Mercedes, not a Pinto, which means it did not burst into flames on its own. One (seldom quoted) eyewitness said the car ‘exploded,’” Stone continues.

“No matter how you slice this particular pie, a Mercedes is not just going to explode into flames without a little assistance,” Stone explains. “Car fires in new cars happen for three main reasons — running the engine out of oil, or running the engine out of coolant, or after an absolutely huge car mangling accident, having the hot side of the battery short out against the frame before it reaches the fuse panel. And for all 3 of those normal reasons, which account for virtually all car fires in modern cars, the fire would have started in the engine compartment, progressed slowly, and scorched the hell out of the paint before ever reaching the gas tank. That clean paint is the be all tell all, Michael Hastings was murdered, and the rest is detail.”

The murder of Michael Hastings needs to be put in context. He is the journalist who brought down Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, then the top commander of United States forces in Afghanistan. The military undoubtedly viewed Hasting’s reportage as a direct threat and reacted accordingly.

Obama’s Assassination Policy

In February, the Justice Department released to the two congressional intelligence committees classified documents spelling out its legal justification for assassinating American citizens. The documents refer to the Pentagon dinner guest Anwar al-Awlaki who was allegedly killed by a CIA Predator drone strike in Yemen. Obama had the documents released on the eve of confirmation hearings of John O. Brennan, his pick for CIA boss and, not exactly coincidentally, the main architect of his murderous drone program.

Even though the public was not allowed to see the documents, the establishment media dutifully spread the message – the government had contrived a legal justification for assassinating citizens, beginning with alleged al-Qaeda bigwig al-Awlaki and his teenage son. Millions of Americans – brainwashed by years of war on terror fairy tales and propaganda – supported the policy.

Targeting Journalists

The Obama administration demonstrated its contempt for the First and Fourth Amendments of the Constitution when it was revealed in May that the Justice Department secretly obtained phone records of journalists at the Associated Press.

The move was an obvious attempt to intimidate and send a message to elements of the establishment media not following the government’s playbook. Fear and intimidation may work for establishment journalists, but for alternative media journalists – even those working on the fringe of the establishment represented by the liberal magazine Rolling Stone – assassination now appears to be the preferred course of action for deviating from the script.

The sloppiness of the Michael Hastings assassination was deliberate. The government, the Pentagon and the CIA are interested in sending a message, the same message sent by Hitler, Stalin, Mao and dozens of other dictators – go up against the government, deviate from unwritten parameters, and you may be assassinated.

Alex Jones on Obama’s assassination program:

Entire Article with Videos Here

21 Facts About NSA Snooping That Every American Should Know — “These are men that play word games and tell lies for a living” “You have to assume everything is being collected”

From: Infowars

21 Facts About NSA Snooping That Every American Should Know

Michael Snyder
American Dream
June 18, 2013

There seems to be a lot of confusion about what the NSA is actually doing.  Are they reading our emails?  Are they listening to our telephone calls?  Do they target American citizens or is it only foreigners that they are targeting?  Unfortunately, the truth is that we aren’t going to get straight answers from our leaders about this.  The folks running the NSA have already shown that they are willing to flat out lie to Congress, and Barack Obama doesn’t exactly have the greatest track record when it comes to telling the truth.  These are men that play word games and tell lies for a living.  So it would be unrealistic to expect them to come out and tell us the unvarnished truth about what is going on.  That is why it is so important that whistleblowers such as Edward Snowden have come forward.  Thanks to them and to the brave journalists that are willing to look into these things, we have been able to get some glimpses behind the curtain.  And what we have learned is not very pretty.  The following are 21 facts about NSA snooping that every American should know…

Entire Article Here

[ video ] Alex Jones – a man who still cares: Eugenics in Plain Sight — “I’m supposed to just wear an American flag shirt and go get drunk on the 4th of July…. Instead, I actually want to save what the country was founded on!”

“I’m supposed to just wear an American flag shirt,
and go get drunk on the 4th of July,
and that’s patriotic to be stupid.

Instead, I actually want to save what the country was founded on:
the Bill of Rights and the Constitution.
I want to have a future.”

~Alex Jones

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske


[ video ] Winston Churchill: War Hero or War Criminal?

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_j64LLszys]Winston Churchill: War Hero or War Criminal?


Published on Jun 15, 2013

Winston Churchill led Britain to victory against the Nazi war machine, but debate continues to rage about whether he was responsible for overseeing atrocities that rival those ordered by Adolf Hitler.

History is written by the winners. Although there is lots to admire about Churchill’s bulldog spirit – and Brits are eternally grateful for his tenacious fight against the Nazis – much of Churchill’s dark past has been airbrushed out of history.


Rethinking Churchill – http://mises.org/daily/2973

To gain any understanding of Churchill, we must go beyond the heroic images propagated for over half a century.

Churchill in ‘war crimes’ row – http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politic

British bombing raids killed a thousand German civilians a day when World War II was already won, says the historian sparking debate on whether Churchill was a war criminal.

Germans call Churchill a war criminal – http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/world

Winston Churchill was effectively a war criminal who sanctioned the extermination of Germany’s civilian population through indiscriminate bombing of towns and cities, an article in the country’s biggest-circulation newspaper claimed yesterday.

The bombing of Dresden – http://ww2history.com/videos/Western/

The morality of the Allied bombing campaign during the Second World War is still hotly debated. What should we feel about the decision to attack Dresden?

Why did the British start bombing civilians? – http://ww2history.com/videos/Western/…

The RAF began the war with the policy of targeting enemy military or industrial targets. But then, early in 1942, that policy suddenly changed to embrace the deliberate destruction of civilians. Why?


(During first World War): “Perhaps the next time round the way to do it will be to kill women, children and the civilian population.”

Churchill on defending the morality of bombing from the air: “Now everyone’s at it. It’s simply a question of fashion – similar to that of whether short or long dresses are in.”

“I do not understand the squeamishness about the use of gas. I am strongly in favour of using poisonous gas against uncivilised tribes.”
Writing as president of the Air Council, 1919.

“It is alarming and nauseating to see Mr Gandhi, a seditious Middle Temple lawyer, now posing as a fakir of a type well known in the east, striding half naked up the steps of the viceregal palace, while he is still organising and conducting a campaign of civil disobedience, to parlay on equal terms with the representative of the Emperor-King.”
Commenting on Gandhi’s meeting with the Viceroy of India, 1931.

“I do not admit… that a great wrong has been done to the Red Indians of America, or the black people of Australia… by the fact that a stronger race, a higher grade race… has come in and taken its place.”
Churchill to Palestine Royal Commission, 1937.

“The choice was clearly open: crush them with vain and unstinted force, or try to give them what they want. These were the only alternatives and most people were unprepared for either. Here indeed was the Irish spectre – horrid and inexorcisable.”
Writing in The World Crisis and the Aftermath, 1923-31.

“The unnatural and increasingly rapid growth of the feeble-minded and insane classes, coupled as it is with a steady restriction among all the thrifty, energetic and superior stocks, constitutes a national and race danger which it is impossible to exaggerate… I feel that the source from which the stream of madness is fed should be cut off and sealed up before another year has passed.”
Churchill to Asquith, 1910.

“One may dislike Hitler’s system and yet admire his patriotic achievement. If our country were defeated, I hope we should find a champion as admirable to restore our courage and lead us back to our place among the nations.”
From his Great Contemporaries, 1937.

“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.”


“Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.”

“You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life.”

“A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.”

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.”

“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”

“The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.”

“Never, never, never give up.”

“We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.”

[ video ] Jessica Rey: The Evolution of the Swimsuit — Can Modesty Make a Comeback?

Jessica Rey asks, “Who says it has to be itsy bitsy?” Rey argues that within the construct of modesty, there is a freedom—that modesty isn’t about covering up what’s bad, but about revealing dignity.

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Video can also be watched Here

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJVHRJbgLz8]Jessica Rey – The evolution of the swim suit

 Guillaume Hanique

Published on Jun 17, 2013

Fashion matters. It influences the imagination and drives the way people uniquely represent themselves. The evolution of the women’s swimsuit is one place where there has been a visible shift away from modesty. In the current world of swimwear, small is often beautiful and less is considered more desirable. But designer and actress Jessica Rey asks, “Who says it has to be itsy bitsy?” Rey argues that within the construct of modesty, there is a freedom—that modesty isn’t about covering up what’s bad, but about revealing dignity.


Jessica’s swimwear site: reyswimwear.com

[Princeton study] Is it wrong to wear a bikini? — The fully-clothed women were seen as being in control of their own actions, whereas the immodest ones were objects to be acted upon

The Low-Cut Top Epidemic: May We Be Holy

Survey of Christian Men on the Subject of Women’s Clothing — Men responded: “This area is the greatest challenge in my life!” • “Men are created in such a way as to be stimulated by sight.” • “Demon influence and demon possession is rampant. Evil triumphs when the church does nothing!” • Many more

[Lust FREEDOM — “The Poison that Kills the Soul”] My experience: How DEMONS DRIVE heterosexual and homosexual lust in ‘Christians’ — The bad news is that demons drive lust. The good news is that demons drive lust, because…

A Nation ‘Bewitched’: Farrah Fawcett — “When the show [Charlie’s Angels] got to be No. 3, I figured it was our acting. When it got to be No. 1, I decided it could only be because none of us wears a bra”

[ audio ] In 1989, God told Katherine Albrecht (SpyChips): “My job is going to be to stand up and speak out, and tell the world that the MARK OF THE BEAST, prophesied in the Book of Revelation by John is coming to pass now IN OUR LIFETIME”

EXCELLENT AUDIO from Radio Liberty!

Katherine Albrecht puts the Ed Snowden NSA revelations into spiritual perspective. I enthusiastically transcribed this quote:

He very specifically told me what He has in mind for me, Katherine Albrecht — that my job is going to be to stand up and speak out, and tell the world that the Mark of the Beast, prophesied in the Book of Revelation by John is coming to pass now in our lifetime.

That all of the pieces are being built. The infrastucture is being put in place brick by brick — that it is emerging before our very eyes.

And in 1989, when I had this extraordinary spiritual experience, I founded CASPIAN, the consumer privacy organization…. I’ve been on CNN, BBC, NPR, you name it, Fox News, blah, blah, blah. I’ve been everywhere. Not because I’m some kind of an amazing public speaker [she is though – Jeff], but the Lord God Himself has said: ‘This is what I want you to talk about.’

So right now, … the veil has been pulled back from what our government is doing….”

Audio also available at GCN Live: http://archives2013.gcnlive.com/Archives2013/jun13/RadioLiberty/0612132.mp3


Dr. Stanley Monteith’s Radio Liberty Audio Archives

Date: 06-12-13
Hour: 1
3:00: Bob Fletcher – Current Events
Hour: 2
4:00: Dr. Katherine Albrecht – “StartPage” Is the Answer to Surveillance
Hour: 3
8:00: Open Lines
Hour: 4
9:00: Stephen Frank – Current Events in California
Date: 06-11-13

[ video ] Alex Jones: Americans Suffer from Mass Stockholm Syndrome — “Hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors or abusers, sometimes to the point of defending them, and sometimes the feeling of love for the captor”

Stockholm syndrome, or capture–bonding, is a psychological phenomenon in which hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors or abusers, sometimes to the point of defending them, and sometimes the feeling of love for the captor shows. These feelings are generally considered irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by the victims, who essentially mistake a lack of abuse from their captors for an act of kindness. (Wikipedia)

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OETorvCUF0]Americans Suffer from Stockholm Syndrome


Published on Jun 11, 2013

Alex covers the topic of mass Stockholm Syndrome in America and the correlation between it and the general public’s reaction to the government’s ongoing scandals.

[ video ] Alex Jones: We Are Overrun by Global Criminals — At least one man cares

Awesome Screenshot!

The main reason I’m posting this. Why aren’t more Americans outraged enough to do something?

Praise God for Alex!

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bfFnEo5AOc]We Are Overrun by Global Criminals


Published on Jun 14, 2013

Alex breaks down current foreign and domestic news, including the history of the NSA spy gate, with its out-in-the-open introduction and rapid expansion following 9/11. Alex also discusses Obama’s continued roll out of support for the Syrian rebels and the U.S. Senate immigration reform bill. Alex will also be taking your phone calls throughout the broadcast.

[ audio | text ] Joel Skousen: Government Won’t Stop Spying — “The massive propaganda play is working” — “I always grew up knowing that I would live through these times, and wanted to know how we would lose our liberties…”

“The massive propaganda play is working.”

“I always grew up knowing that I would live through these times, and wanted to know how we would lose our liberties in this country. And we are doing it, and we’re watching as it’s happening as we speak.”

~Joel Skousen

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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Date: 06-13-13
Hour: 1
3:00: Steve Day – Getting Healthy www.homeforhealth.net
Hour: 2
4:00: Joel Skousen – World Affairs Brief
Hour: 3
8:00: Ron Brown – Financial Preparedness
Hour: 4
Date: 06-12-13

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World Affairs Brief, June 14, 2013 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World. Copyright Joel Skousen. Partial quotations with attribution permitted. Cite source as Joel Skousen’s World Affairs Brief (http://www.worldaffairsbrief.com)

This Week’s Analysis:

Government Won’t Stop Spying

Utah Data Center Ready by September

IRS Training with Assault Weapons

US Says Syria Crossed Red Line

US China Summit Symbolic of Placating China


There is not a hint of contrition in the statements of intelligence officials as they pulled out all the old justifications for violating the 4th Amendment—to save us from terror. Gen. Keith B. Alexander, head of the National Security Agency told a Congressional committee this week that “dozens” of terror threats have been stopped thanks to the huge database of phone calls and emails the NSA has amassed. I say, “Prove it.” He also claimed that records are destroyed after 5 years, but the only files that get deleted are the remnants of information that have been sifted through already. The emails and calls that get a person on the lists of potential dissidents is never erased. When the new data center in Utah is completed this fall, they will keep everything, including all bank records, credit card and real estate data. Welcome to the Total Information Awareness system that DARPA claimed was shut down—another in a series of BIG lies.

Brandon Smith commented that,

In the past, Liberty Movement champions have been derided as “paranoid” for pointing out that there were no limitations to FISA, and that the entire nation might one day be monitored and catalogued like animals in a great technological cage. Today, the public now knows that this concern is concrete and undeniable. EVERYONE is being watched. Reports now estimate that NSA hackers harvest over 2.1 million gigabytes of data on American citizens per hour.

And, it’s not just domestic spying, the NSA is building a system to capture all digital signals from every country in the world. That can only mean that the system the US is building is ultimately intended to become a global surveillance system under a global world government. Glenn Greenwald of the UK Guardian details the nature of this global spy system.

The Guardian has acquired top-secret documents about the NSA datamining tool, called Boundless Informant, that details and even maps by country the voluminous amount of information it collects from computer and telephone networks.

The focus of the internal NSA tool is on counting and categorizing the records of communications, known as metadata, rather than the content of an email or instant message.

That isn’t true. The NSA has huge computers sifting the content and the metadata—don’t be fooled into thinking there is a difference between simply collecting the data and “not doing anything about it.” They are always doing something with the data, and names and dossiers are being sorted into various categories and lists every minute of the day.

The Boundless Informant documents show the agency collecting almost 3 billion pieces of intelligence from US computer networks over a 30-day period ending in March 2013. An NSA factsheet about the program, acquired by the Guardian, says: “The tool allows users to select a country on a map and view the metadata volume and select details about the collections against that country.”

The heatmap gives each nation a color code based on how extensively it is subjected to NSA surveillance. The color scheme ranges from green (least subjected to surveillance) through yellow and orange to red (most surveillance). Iran was the country where the largest amount of intelligence was gathered, with more than 14bn reports in that period, followed by 13.5bn from Pakistan. Jordan, one of America’s closest Arab allies, came third with 12.7bn,[—all 3 labeled as Red on the Heat Maps] Egypt fourth with 7.6bn and India fifth with 6.3bn.

But this is merely a reflection of the ease with which these nation’s systems can be penetrated, not necessarily the number of threats in the country. Jordan certainly isn’t third on the NSA target list. Allies like Germany and France are incensed that the US is spying on all their communications as well. Zerohedge reports:

German outrage over a U.S. Internet spying program has broken out ahead of a visit by Barack Obama, with ministers demanding the president provide a full explanation when he lands in Berlin next week and one official likening the tactics to those of the East German Stasi.

Interestingly, the US captures much more information from within the US than it does on Russia, China or any other nation that is a real threat to the US. Let’s look at some of the government lies and excuses on this subject:

From the Guardian story above: At a hearing of the Senate intelligence committee In March this year, Democratic senator Ron Wyden asked James Clapper, the director of national intelligence: “Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans?” “No sir,” replied Clapper.

Jason Ditz of Anti-War.com derided Clapper’s attempt to defend his lies: Clapper was defiant on Sunday news shows when asked about that particular federal offense, saying he felt the question he was asked was “unfair” and that he gave the “least untruthful” lie he could think of in response. Which was still a horrible lie that he eventually got caught in, as he attempted to defend lying under oath. [how is a flat out “no” the least untruthful?”]

The Guardian again: Judith Emmel, an NSA spokeswoman, told the Guardian in a response to the latest disclosures: “NSA has consistently reported – including to Congress – that we do not have the ability to determine with certainty the identity or location of all communicants within a given communication. That remains the case.”

Emmel’s quote is misleading. It sounds like the NSA can rarely read even the metadata accurately, but in fact all she said is that the identity of a communicant sometimes evades their detection. That might be a glimmer of hope for those who know how to cover their tracks well online, but it’s hardly reassuring to the general public. NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says the government is capturing digital communications from everyone—not just those suspected of terror. The Guardian comments on the proof Snowden showed them (and much of the good stuff hasn’t been released by the Guardian):

Other documents seen by the Guardian further demonstrate that the NSA does in fact break down its surveillance intercepts which could allow the agency to determine how many of them are from the US. The level of detail includes individual IP addresses.

The litany of government excuses to help downplay the scandal runs the gamut of 1) saying they collect data but don’t do anything with it, and 2) that oversight by the Courts and Congress guarantees that American’s privacy is still protected—really big lies:

On Friday, in his first public response to the Guardian’s disclosures this week on NSA surveillance, Barack Obama said that congressional oversight was the American peoples’ best guarantee that they were not being spied on.

Oversight is a sham. How can he say with a straight face that we are not being spied on when the government doesn’t even contest the fact that all emails and phone calls are recorded? I guess it depends on his “definition of spying.” The trouble with the idea that there is no spying if we aren’t reading what we collect is that there is no possible oversight to ensure computers aren’t reading what is collected. Certainly they never tell Congress any specifics so to the government, “oversight” means “taking our word for it!” —hardly reassuring given the litany of lies. The only safety for privacy is to ensure the government doesn’t collect data. It can’t read what it doesn’t collect.

“These are the folks you all vote for as your representatives in Congress and they are being fully briefed on these programs,” he said. Obama also insisted that any surveillance was “very narrowly circumscribed”.

Fully briefed? –Hardly. That’s another lie or misdirection. Congress is briefed only in general and is never given true information about the scope of the spying. In addition, those Congressmen and women who serve on the committee are all certified yes-men and women to government and would never challenge anything. We cannot depend on them to become whistleblowers. Besides, they are sworn never to say anything about what they learn in these briefings to the public, or even other members of Congress. With these kinds of restrictions how can illegal acts be exposed or corrected? Answer: They can’t.

Then there is the excuse that the NSA is only doing what Congress authorized in the FISA court authorization bill. Here’s the NY Times projecting the government line:

The director, Gen. Keith B. Alexander, who heads both the N.S.A. and United States Cyber Command, which runs the military’s offensive and defensive use of cyberweapons, told skeptical members of the Senate Appropriations Committee that his agency was doing exactly what Congress authorized after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

As an aside, General Alexander is the perfect yes-man to government and no stranger to black operations or lying to Congress. The notorious prison unit responsible for Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse in Baghdad was under his command. He was part of the cover-up there as well blaming the Abu Ghraib scandal on a “group of undisciplined MP soldiers.” Nonsense. These orders for torture came down from the White House and Alexander was in that chain of command.

But the administration cannot justify this under the FISA law. Jim Sensenbrenner (the notorious conservative who introduced the PATRIOT Act) said that the executive branch’s excuses about recent revelations of NSA activity are “a bunch of bunk” according to National Review.

In an interview on Laura Ingraham’s radio show Wednesday morning, the Republican congressman from Wisconsin reiterated his concerns that the administration and the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court have gone far beyond what the PATRIOT Act intended. Specifically, he said that Section 215 of the act “was originally drafted to prevent data mining” on the scale that’s occurred.

[NY Times again] General Alexander said the agency “takes great pride in protecting this nation and our civil liberties and privacy” under the oversight of Congress and the courts.

But the oversight claim is a lie. Congressman Sensenbrenner made it very clear, that “the secret nature of the FISA court has prevented appropriate congressional oversight over the NSA’s activities.”

“We aren’t trying to hide it,” he said. [Then why was it secret and why are you trying to prosecute Snowden?] “We’re trying to protect America. So we need your help in doing that. This isn’t something that’s just N.S.A. or the administration doing it on its own. This is what our nation expects our government to do for us.”

Just as the intentional leaks of 2007 about illegal surveillance led Congress to pass more laws to make some spying legal, Alexander is directly lobbying Congress to allow this total surveillance program—retroactively. As with 9/11 or the spy scandal of 2007 no one will be disciplined for violating their oath to the Constitution in this matter.

As for Alexander’s claim that all of this is legal because the FISA court authorized it, that isn’t true. When Congress established the FISA court (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) it was tasked to scrutinize CIA or NSA requests for domestic surveillance on a case by case basis and those cases had to be directly related to a terror investigation.

The FISA court does nothing to force government officials to prove the legality and origin of evidence they bring before the court—almost all of which is derived from electronic surveillance. Moreover, the FISA court has no authority from Congress to allow the wholesale collecting of all data such as during the supposed 3 month period it authorized the NSA to capture data from all Verizon phone logs.

Frankly, the NSA doesn’t invest billions in creating a huge system like PRISM just for a 3 month window of authorization by the FISA court. In other words, the court was merely providing legal cover for NSA for something they were illegally doing before, and will continue doing with our without the court’s approval. This is not oversight. This is rubber stamping government crimes.

PRISM gets its name from the physical prism lens device that is placed on fiber optic cables in order to split each signal into two identical streams—one that goes to the original destination and the other to the NSA computers. Under the PRISM program, the NSA collects information from all fiber optic communications including internet data and domestic and transatlantic phone calls on trunk lines.

Intelligence analysts already say that suspects of terror within the Middle East and Europe have started using better code words to mask their intentions or have dropped off of Facebook, Skype and Twitter altogether. But the NSA is counting on the fact that no one can operate without digital communications nowadays, so they feel the fallout will be temporary.

Meanwhile, we are getting to see who’s a shill for government by who comes out and defends this total surveillance system in the name of protecting us from terror. The two worst Republican neocons in the Senate, Peter King (NY) and Lindsey Graham (SC) are still up front defending the spying. And it also doesn’t help the cause of privacy when members of the Senate in charge of overseeing government surveillance act as shills for government.

Anti-gun Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) who chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee, tried to excuse the government’s going beyond its terror fighting mandate by citing as an example that suggested the NSA surveillance had a roll in “slowing down Iran’s nuclear program,” implying that it’s good the NSA goes beyond its limited mandate. Then she dutifully parrots what intelligence officials tell Congress in their secret oversight meetings—that the NSA “can look at the domestic calling data only if there is a reason to suspect it is actually related to Al Qaeda or to Iran… The vast majority of the records in the database are never accessed and are deleted after a period of five years. To look at or use the content of a call, a court warrant must be obtained.”

In reality, this is not true. All the data is sifted and sorted by huge supercomputers, some in real time, others after the fact. The FISA court warrant-seeking process is only done when the government wants to have the legal backing to make one of their high profile terror prosecutions. In other words, it’s legally justifying a case after the facts are gleaned illegally.


Hiding the best stuff: Wired.com also noted that neither the Guardian nor the Washington Post (who both got Snowden’s material) are revealing all:

Only five slides from the presentation have been published. The other 36 remain a mystery. Both the Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald and the Post’ s Barton Gellman have made it clear that the rest of the PowerPoint is dynamite stuff … which we’re not going to be seeing any time soon.

That’s the same problem with Wikileaks. Julian Assange made a deal with the mainstream media to allow them to sort and selectively decided what to give the public out of the leaked information. All of the really juicy secret black operations stuff is always edited out.

In summary, I feel this revelation on total surveillance by government should have been the straw that breaks the camel’s back and finally convinced people that government is simply lying to them and that the entire system is corrupt and controlled. But so far, it’s business as usual for most people, so what little hope I had in America waking up is dying.


Sadly, no more will come of such a committee investigation than the Church committee investigation of the CIA—except to bring a little more light on the subject. Sadly, I don’t think we are going to turn this around.

[ video ] William Geen: Will Rand Paul’s Amnesty Support Cost Him 2016? — “They will eventually get voting rights, and that’s the kicker, that’s the cardiac arrest of America, the coup de grâce. … We’re being suicided.”

“They will eventually get voting rights, and that’s the kicker,
that’s the cardiac arrest of America, the coup de grâce.”

“We’re being suicided.”

“With their control of the mainstream media,
which will not allow a voice like mine not even on anymore on Fox News anymore,
because Rupert Murdoch of News Corp is right there next to Bloomberg on this….”

~William Geen

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=end6EtaiC4Y]Will Rand Paul’s Amnesty Support Cost Him 2016?


Published on Jun 14, 2013

[IRS criticized for payment of $4B to illegals]
J. Russell George, the Treasury Department’s inspector general for tax administration, has concerns with the IRS’ payment of more than $4 billion in 2010 to illegal immigrants.
The IRS’ payment of more than $4 billion in 2010 to illegal immigrants under a program allowing workers not legally in the U.S. to claim tax credits for dependent children has been criticized roundly by the Treasury Department’s office of the inspector general, which noted Thursday that while some corrective actions have since been taken, additional improvements still are needed. http://www.alipac.us/content/irs-crit…

[ video ] Jesse Ventura: “THE 9/11 COMMISSION, the Warren Commission, and all of…, they’re always there to prop up ‘THE OFFICIAL STORY,’ and the reason it’s called the official story is generally it’s TO PROTECT OFFICIALS”

“The 9/11 Commission, the Warren Commission, and all of…, they’re always there to prop up the official story, and the reason it’s called the official story is generally it’s to protect officials.”

~Jesse Ventura

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7J3yMy_KTs]Mr. Ventura Goes to Washington?


Published on Jun 14, 2013

Joining Alex in the second hour is former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura, author of the book DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government, which exposes how gang-like control freaks manipulate the two-party system to shred the Bill of Rights and silence Americans.
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[ video ] Silkie Carlo: Bilderberg 2013 Fringe Festival Protest Coordinator — “We have come together to witness a global event, to hold our leaders to account and to express our dissent through creativity and joy”

Impressive lady!! No wonder why the police ended up being so friendly!

This is Silkie’s amazing mission statement for this unique, non-mean-spirited protest, from bilderbergfringefestival.co.uk/about:

Every year politicians, royalty and CEO’s meet in secret to discuss the fate of the world. This year, you are all invited!

2013 welcomes the first ever Bilderberg Fringe Festival. Taking place between 7th – 9th June in Watford, the festival is a unique, FREE event which will nurture dialogue and discourse about Bilderberg in a peaceful, fun environment – alongside a jam-packed weekend of speakers, comedy, music, workshops, arts and entertainment!

Seeking to stimulate hearts and minds and unite the politically conscious, the event will be a positive platform which harmonises fun with enlightened idea exchanges. The Bilderberg Fringe Festival is an unmissable occasion for conscious citizens from all over the world to join together and have a fantastic party.

We are expressing our outrage at this travesty of democracy the only way we know how. By hula-hooping in the sunshine and dancing barefoot in the grass. Except where cows have been.

Where Bilderberg is closed, dark and joyless, we are open, happy and free. They may have better spa facilities, but we have better chai.

The Bilderberg Fringe Festival Mission Statement

We have come together to witness a global event, to hold our leaders to account and to express our dissent through creativity and joy. We aim to create a space that is holistic, positive and inclusive of all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, colour, religion, creed, political association or agenda – just as long as tolerance and non-violence forms part of your politics. We aspire to learn from each other’s differences, whilst appreciating each other’s similarities.

We ask all attendees to make this promise as they enter the site:

“By entering this space I understand and appreciate its ethos. I promise to be respectful of others, their opinions and property. I promise to speak with transparency and honesty, and to listen to others with open-mindedness. I promise to look for the uniqueness in everyone I meet and to treat them with consideration.”

The Bilderberg Fringe Festival is strictly feel-good vibes only!

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Interview starts at minute-2[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uq3WVlUSRt4]Bilderberg Bills UK Taxpayers


Published on Jun 14, 2013

Bilderberg Security Op Cost £1 Million
The wealthiest people in the world send the bill for their secrecy to the UK taxpayers. Lee Ann McAdoo interview. http://www.infowars.com/bilderberg-se…
Lee Ann McAdoo interviews Silkie Carlo
Silkie Carlo, organizer of the Bilderberg Fringe Festival


[ video – humor ] ALEX JONES Bullhorning on the BILDERBARGE as GENERAL ZOD with British Accent: “The Queen is here. The Queen is here. She’s come to pick her swan. Then she will soufflé it for the Bilderberg group, meeting right up the canal from you.” (full footage of the Bilderbarge with Silkie on board)

[ video ] Alex Jones Speaks to thousands at Bilderberg 2013!!! (Silkie introduces Alex)

[ video ] WeAreChange Vlog #6: Free Police Hugs, Luke Rudkowski’s Speech and David Icke

(video) Silkie Carlo: Shifting The Public Psyche

[ video ] WeAreChange Vlog #6: Luke Rudkowski’s Speech and Free Police Hugs

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTXzXxuaCKo]WeAreChange Vlog #6: Free Police Hugs, Luke’s Speech and David Icke

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[ video ] Silkie Carlo: Bilderberg 2013 Fringe Festival Protest Coordinator — “We have come together to witness a global event, to hold our leaders to account and to express our dissent through creativity and joy”

NSA Spying Is About Intimidating the Media, American Citizens — “The government is incensed because Snowden exposed how the NSA is acting in direct violation of the Fourth Amendment” & “Americans are more likely to be killed by toddlers than terrorists”

“As William Binney explains, government officials are only mad at Snowden because his revelations expose their wrongdoing. This has nothing to do with genuine concerns about national security or terrorism.

“As Thomas Drake, former senior NSA executive and a decorated Air Force and Navy veteran remarks, the government is incensed at Snowden and the media outlets who carried his story because Snowden exposed how the NSA is acting in “direct violation of the fourth amendment of the US constitution,” and how the NSA is “subverting the constitution.”

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NSA Spying Is About Intimidating the Media, American Citizens

Blanket surveillance is about covering up government corruption and chilling free speech, not catching terrorists

Alex Jones & Paul Joseph Watson
June 13, 2013

The NSA’s vast wiretapping and surveillance operation, in addition to the agency’s attempt to intimidate the media and whistleblowers from releasing information about programs such as PRISM, has has virtually nothing to do with catching terrorists and everything to do with creating a chilling effect that dissuades the free press from exposing government corruption while making Americans fearful of engaging in political free speech.

National Security Agency

The myth that blanket NSA spying is primarily concerned with catching terrorists, or that terrorists will be aided by people like Edward Snowden blowing the whistle on the PRISM program, has been debunked by numerous experts.

Firstly, the threat posed to Americans by terrorism is grossly exaggerated and overhyped. Americans are more likely to be killed by toddlers than terrorists. Intestinal illnesses, allergic reactions to peanuts, bee stings, drowning in the bath, or accident-causing deer all individually pose a greater threat to Americans than terrorists. So the whole debate about sacrificing privacy for security is a total fraud to begin with.

As the former head of the National Security Agency’s global digital data gathering program – William Binney – confirmed, the witch hunt targeting Edward Snowden is not about preventing terrorists from discovering how they are being tracked by the NSA, it is about preventing the American people from finding out about the unconstitutional actions of the NSA.

“The terrorists have already known that we’ve been doing this for years, so there’s no surprise there. They’re not going to change the way they operate just because it comes out in the U.S. press. I mean, the point is, they already knew it, and they were operating the way they would operate anyway. So, the point is that they’re—we’re not—the government here is not trying to protect it from the terrorists; it’s trying to protect it, that knowledge of that program, from the citizens of the United States,” said Binney.

This sentiment was echoed by top counter-terrorism czar Richard Clarke, who remarked, “The argument that this sweeping search must be kept secret from the terrorists is laughable. Terrorists already assume this sort of thing is being done. Only law-abiding American citizens were blissfully ignorant of what their government was doing.”

Innumerable lawmakers on both sides of the aisle who have called for Ed Snowden to be arrested for revealing the existence of PRISM have done do under the justification that Snowden is aiding terrorists by tipping them off to the fact that the NSA is spying on them and therefore harming national security. Yet as Clarke and Binney highlight, this is a moot point – it was already known by everyone – therefore there must be a different reason for the persecution of Snowden and his ilk.

The reason for the persecution of whistleblowers and media outlets who leak evidence of government wrongdoing is to intimidate the free press and make them less likely to publish information about government corruption for fear of legal reprisals.

This is an easily understood consequence of the persecution of Edward Snowden and yet it has barely been touched upon in the aftermath of the PRISM scandal.

As William Binney explains, government officials are only mad at Snowden because his revelations expose their wrongdoing. This has nothing to do with genuine concerns about national security or terrorism.

Data is being obtained by the NSA unencrypted so that no probable cause is needed for the agency to access that data – meaning the system has been set up for political and not practical purposes.

As Thomas Drake, former senior NSA executive and a decorated Air Force and Navy veteran remarks, the government is incensed at Snowden and the media outlets who carried his story because Snowden exposed how the NSA is acting in “direct violation of the fourth amendment of the US constitution,” and how the NSA is “subverting the constitution.”

Despite the fact that whistleblowers are helping to expose wrongdoing in government – and the polls show they are supported by the majority of the American people – the Obama administration has prosecuted more whistleblowers than all other presidents combined.

As all the experts agree, this isn’t being done to protect America from terrorists, it is being done to intimidate insiders from coming forward and speaking out against government corruption in the fear that they will end up like Bradley Manning – locked away in solitary confinement for years.

Telephones belonging to AP reporters are also being tapped to discourage other news organizations from reporting on government misdeeds. Individual reporters like James Rosen are also being targeted by the Obama administration, making potential sources who have information on government wrongdoing less likely to approach journalists.

The NSA’s huge illegal dragnet also has an additional consequence – implanting a seed of doubt in the minds of average Americans seeking to exercise their first amendment right to criticize the government. Could they become a target of blanket surveillance and wiretapping? Could their private life be exposed by a resentful NSA official if they dare to become a nuisance to the feds? Could they be accidentally mistaken for a terrorist if they send an email to another person who is under suspicion?

The Obama administration’s war on whistleblowers and the NSA and other federal agency’s role in spying on reporters and average Americans has nothing to do with stopping terrorists and everything to do with intimidating the media, creating a chilling effect that makes insiders who have clear evidence of government corruption far less likely to go public, and making Americans think twice before they criticize the government or exercise their constitutional rights.


Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a host for Infowars Nightly News.

Video Reports on NSA–Ed Snowden at DemocracyNow!

I totally disagree with Amy Goodman on some subjects, but she covers some issues very well, and so far Ed Snowden is one of them. These are their most popular reports, currently.

And I haven’t seen this report yet from this morning, but it’s probably also right on:

Chris Pyle, Whistleblower on Domestic Spying in 70s, Says Be Wary of Attacks on NSA’s Critics

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[ video ] Telecom Whistleblower Exposes Spy Grid — “Snowden was living up to his oath”

“Snowden was living up to his oath.”

“They’re hiding behind a law or a right that doesn’t exist.”

– James Knox

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ldz8LfqBWs]New Telecom Whistleblower Exposes Spy Grid


Published on Jun 13, 2013

Alex speaks with Critical Infrastructure Consultant James Knox about the NSA and
how far they will go to spy on you.

[ video ] Joe Joseph: NSA Spying Overview — “The scientist doesn’t spray him with the hose because he doesn’t have to. Because the other five monkeys pull him down.”

“The scientist doesn’t spray him with the hose because he doesn’t have to. Because the other five monkeys pull him down.”

“Spiritual grounding is a very important component of it, because when you learn that you don’t live for this life — you live for the next life — it takes the fear away instantly. It takes that fear away, and there’s nothing that can stop you.”

• Why did Justice Roberts change his vote on ObamaCare? Blackmail via NSA?

– Joe Joseph

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

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[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIkgE2i3xSk]Insider Speaks Out On NSA Spying


Published on Jun 13, 2013

Isn’t it interesting that we are witnessing the second coming of the Spanish Inquisition, only this time instead of a religious persecuting power, it’s a secular one (the US Govt). This is why it’s so important to be a student of history.

History Shows Bradley Manning Did NOT “Put the Troops in Harms Way”

So instead of learning the valuable lesson from what Bradley Manning released, the warmongers successfully demonized the messenger. Almost everyone has heard the mantra that Bradley “put the troops in harms way.”

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Anderson Cooper speaking to Julian Assange on Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN), 6/10/13, transcribed by Jeff Fenske:

“When WikiLeaks published the huge trough of communications and documents that Bradley Manning allegedly provided to you, many in the administration and in Congress very publicly, loudly said this caused tremendous damage to the U.S. — put hundreds of people at risk. What’s interesting is that since then, if you do research on it, U.S. officials have actually said that the information WikiLeaks published did not really significantly compromise U.S. security.

I read an article in 2010. Then Defense Secretary Bob Gates said the revelations were embarrassing and awkward, but he’s called them “fairly modest” in terms of the consequences on foreign policy.

There was talk that this was going to hurt Afghans. They were going to get attacked by the Taliban because of some of the revelations. An official told CNN, I think it was in 2010, that they didn’t have to move any of the Afghans because of the revelations.”

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From: Politico

November 30, 2010

Gates shrugs off WikiLeaks cable dump

Defense Secretary Robert Gates has been pretty tough on leakers and leaks, but he made clear Tuesday that he’s not among those who take an almost apocalyptic view of the public release of 250,000 diplomatic cables obtained by WikiLeaks.

“I’ve heard the impact of these releases on our foreign policy described as a meltdown, as a game-changer, and so on….I think those descriptions are fairly significantly overwrought,” Gates said during a press conference on the Pentagon’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” report. “The fact is, governments deal with the United States because it’s in their interest, not because they like us, not because they trust us, and not because they believe we can keep secrets.”

“Is this embarrassing? Yes. Is it awkward? Yes,” Gates continued. “Consequences for U.S. foreign policy? I think fairly modest.”

Gates conceded that the WikiLeaks release, which seems to be the product of the same leak that led to criminal charges against Army Pvt. Bradley Manning….

Entire Article Here


[ video ] Daniel Ellsberg on Snowden, Manning, Government and Whistleblowers: Regain Democracy & Renounce Empire — Bradley Manning’s revelations forced the end of the Iraq war • NSA is storing every email and every phone conversations to be listened to when they feel like it


[ video ] Ron Paul: When you have a dictatorship, truth becomes treasonous

Ron Paul: When you have a dictatorship, truth becomes treasonous

“Those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.”

Adan Salazar
June 11, 2013

Former Congressman Ron Paul offered up a heaping portion of Constitutional liberty on CNN’s Piers Morgan Live yesterday when he addressed the recent NSA spy grid scandal, which has linked several high tech giants, including Facebook, Microsoft and Skype, to a secret program in which the government agency was allowed access to those companies’ servers.


Asked if he considered NSA contractor turned whistleblower Edward Snowden a hero, Paul answered, “Well… he’s done a great service because he’s telling the truth and this is what we are starved for. The American people are starved for the truth.”

Snowden’s actions, first reported by the UK’s Guardian newspaper and next the Washington Post, have come under fierce scrutiny by members on both sides of the political divide, leading several politicians to label him a “traitor” and his leak of government secrets “treasonous.”

According to Paul, these are the tell-tale signs of a dictatorial government: “And when you have a dictatorship or an authoritarian government, truth becomes treasonous. And this is what they do if you are a whistleblower, or if you are trying to tell the American people that our country is destroying our rule of law and destroying our Constitution, they turn it around and say, ‘You’re committing treason…’”

The former Texas rep and three-time presidential candidate also spoke of the NSA’s scandal in terms of violating the Fourth Amendment, saying, “So essentially there is no Fourth Amendment anymore, and for somebody to tell the American people the truth is a heroic effort, and [Snowden] knows that it’s very risky. He knows he’s committing civil disobedience and he knows that he could get punished, but he believes… that what our government is doing to us is so serious that somebody has to speak out.”

Eliciting snickers from Morgan, Paul also joked that President Obama should actually thank Snowden for forcing him to fulfill a campaign promise, stating “Matter of fact, I think the president ought to send him a thank you letter, because the president ran on transparency and we’re getting a lot of transparency now. So finally we’re getting the president to fulfill his promise about transparency, so that’s pretty exciting for me.”

Meanwhile, Morgan’s in-studio guest, Robert James Woolsey, Jr., a former CIA boss, found it difficult to answer whether what the NSA is doing violates the Fourth Amendment.

Morgan: I just don’t see how you can say what is going on here in complete secrecy from 99 percent of the people it is being done to lives up to the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. It is palpably a breach isn’t it?

Woolsey: Well, it depends on whether or not you want to preserve the country’s ability to operate in a world of terrorism in which a lot of terrorists are very technically sophisticated. If you want to defend the country you’re going to have to defend it.

Morgan: Right, I understand that…but that wasn’t the question.

Woolsey: It is the question. It is the question. That balance between security and liberty is the question.

Congressman Paul later retorted, “What he’s doing is repealing the Magna Carta. You can’t just do these kind of things. And this one is not only repealing the principles of liberty, but it’s destroying the Constitution.”

Continuing, Paul questioned what should be done with Constitutional traitors. “So my question should be to all of you who defend this nonsense is, ‘What should the penalty be for the people who destroy the constitution?’ They’re always worried about how they’re going to destroy the American citizens who tell the truth to let us know what’s going on, but we ask the question, ‘What is the penalty for the people who deliberately destroy the Constitution and rationalize and say, “Well, we have to do it for security”?’ Well, you know what Franklin said about that,” recalling Founding Father Benjamin Franklin’s famous quote, paraphrased, “Those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.”

Woolsey is an establishment fixture often trotted out to disseminate the fabled threat of terrorism, and is the same person who warned in Feb. 2012 that the Statue of Liberty would be a target for Iranian terrorists hellbent on retaliating against the U.S. for shutting down their nuclear program.

When confronted by We Are Change’s Luke Rudkowski in March 2011, Woolsey denied former CIA director William Colby’s charge that the CIA owns “everyone of any significance in the major media.” He is also blamed for a gag order placed on 9/11 first responders forbidding them to speak about inside knowledge of the events of that day.

[ video ] Ron Paul Warned Us About ‘1984’—in 1984

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWskPjtlQx4]Ron Paul Warned Us About ‘1984’—in 1984


Published on Jun 10, 2013

Real News @ http://RevolutionNews.US — The Emerging Surveillance State

April 8, 2008 by Rep. Ron Paul

Last month, the House amended the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) to expand the government’s ability to monitor our private communications. This measure, if it becomes law, will result in more warrantless government surveillance of innocent American citizens. …

[ video – humor ] ALEX JONES Bullhorning on the BILDERBARGE as GENERAL ZOD with British Accent: “The Queen is here. The Queen is here. She’s come to pick her swan. Then she will soufflé it for the Bilderberg group, meeting right up the canal from you.”

One of the funniest things I’ve ever seen. Alex is brilliant!

And you know, Alex is just kidding as satire about the dog. Alex loves dogs, and often showcases how cool his own dog is in videos.

UPDATED: my new YouTube version:

(video) HILLARIOUS! ALEX JONES Bullhorns on the BILDERBARGE with British Accent, England 2013 — “Greetings, people of England, I AM GENERAL ZOD, and I represent the Bilderberg Group: The Queen is here; the Queen is here. She’s come to pick her swan. Then she will soufflé it for the Bilderberg group, meeting right up the canal from you. Again, when you see the Queen of virtue eyes, fall to the ground and begin worshiping her. Oh you’re so good. Oh you’re so great!”

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Alex with thick British accent, proclaiming to the boats passing by — transcribed by Jeff Fenske:

“Greetings, people of England, I am General Zod, and I represent the Bilderberg Group. I am here to tell you that it’s strictly that I saw royal swan. You will not even think about eating it. All royal swans are for Her Majesty. And I believe that is completely reasonable at every single level.

So again, the Queen is here. The Queen is here. She’s come to pick her swan. Then she will soufflé it for the Bilderberg group, meeting right up the canal from you. Again, when you see the Queen of virtue eyes, fall to the ground and begin worshiping her. …

Oh you’re so good. Oh you’re so great!”

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The entire Bilderbarge boat ride with Alex Jones,
bullhorning from the canal that goes through the Grove property,
filmed by Luke Rudkowski:

WeAreChange (32:31)
(Alex as General Zod at minute-15!!)

WeAreChange (07:07)

WeAreChange (20:47)

WeAreChange (02:48)

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The Bilderbarge boat ride
filmed by Paul Joseph Watson:

Bilderbarge (16:31)
(Alex as General Zod at 14:30!!)

Bilderbarge! (03:00)

Bilderbarge!! (00:13)

All aboard the BILDERBARGE! (05:15)

AlexJonesLive (12:35)

AlexJonesLive (01:38)

AlexJonesLive (07:31)

AlexJonesLive (01:34)


[ video ] The Bilderbarge! Alex Jones Infiltrates the Grove Hotel by Boat

Merck vaccine scientist Dr. Maurice Hilleman admits presence of SV40, AIDS and CANCER VIRUSES in VACCINES (Alex mentions this on the Bilderbarge)

[ video ] Alex Jones Storms BBC on Bilderberg!!

[ video ] David Icke with Alex Jones In-studio First Time!: The Royal Families Illuminati, Pedaphilia, Murdering Past

[ Important Real-history Video ] EU Parliament Member Gerard Batten Calls For Investigation of Bilderberg

[ video – Glen Beck Deception continues ] Mark Dice: Glen Beck’s New “Eye of Moloch” Book Exposes the Illuminati??

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VH6YFs38eXE]Glen Beck’s New “Eye of Moloch” Book Exposes the Illuminati?

Published on Jun 8, 2013

Glen Beck’s “Eye of Moloch” Book Exposes the Illuminati?

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