Skip to comments.The Absolute Joy Of The Guardian's Sting Over PRISM And The NSA
Posted on 06/30/2013 9:03:56 PM PDT by Ernest_at_the_Beach
It looks like The Guardian/Observer*has managed to get itself mightily stung over a revelation about PRISM and the NSA. Which is all very amusing given the papers part in the Glenn Greenwald/Edward Snowden revelations. But what turns it into an absolute joy is that, while the news originally came from someone with, hmm, rather out there views, the actual information itself seems to be roughly true. And yet theyve still taken the piece down.
The story starts here, at a site called The Privacy Surgeon. The site does an interview with an ex-NSA guy called Wayne Madsen. In which he claims that there are various European and other countries that cooperate with the NSA in the collection and then dissemination of information picked up from the monitoring of communications.
Madsen named seven EU countries that have been substantially engaged in communications intelligence gathering alongside the US. These are Britain, Denmark, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy. Those seven countries have formal second and third party status under the NSAs signals intelligence agreements, and are contractually bound to the US.
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Story is frim the German source ! SPIEGEL INTERNATIONAL!!
As Pat Buchanan once said, “It’s a rough day for the New World Order.”
Also, please watch the following video of three much more high level whistle blowers who have also come forward, one the former Director of Intelligence at the NSA, William Benny, who had 6,000 analysts working under him.
Has the Oligarchy hit rock bottom yet ?
You know, taking a step back from it all, it would appear that Bozo knows he really only needs to continue to hold the wraps on the entire package for just a wee bit longer.
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