Archive for the ‘Surveillance’ Category
Not WikiLeaks this time but a lawsuit over US drone strikes in Pakistan killing innocent people has revealed the name of an American spy.
He has fled for safety after receiving death threats.
Well, this may be the largest Article-Round-Up I’ve ever posted for your consideration for there’s so much going on and situations are fluxxing fast:
Wikileaks is currently mirrored on 1559 websites.
Why Are Wars Not Being Reported Honestly?
By John Pilger
The public needs to know the truth about wars. So why have journalists colluded with governments to hoodwink us?
Lebanon Holds its Breath Over Leaked Revelations
By Robert Fisk in Beirut
The Hezbollah party is using the cables as proof of UN involvement with Washington- and thus, by extension, with Israel – and politicians are desperately denying that they gave intelligence information to the Americans about Hezbollah’s secret communications system.
WikiLeaks Cables Show Deeper U.S. Military Role in Muslim World
By SHASHANK BENGALI
From the Saudi-Yemen border to lawless Somalia and the north-central African desert,the U.S. military is more engaged in armed conflicts in the Muslim world than the U.S. government openly acknowledges, according to cables released by the WikiLeaks website.
What’s Behind the War on WikiLeaks
By Ray McGovern
WikiLeaks has teased the genie of transparency out of a very opaque bottle, and powerful forces in America, who thrive on secrecy, are trying desperately to stuff the genie back in.
Espionage Act: How the Government Can Engage in Serious Aggression Against the People of the United States
By Naomi Wolf
This week, Senators Joe Lieberman and Dianne Feinstein engaged in acts of serious aggression against their own constituents, and the American people in general.
Halliburton May Pay $500 million to Keep Cheney out of Prison: Report
By Daniel Tencer
Oilfield services company Halliburton is in negotiations with the Nigerian governmentto keep its former CEO, Dick Cheney, out of prison, according to a news report.
Lying is Not Patriotic Video
Congressman Ron Paul speaks on the house floor. December 9, 2010.
Well, as a long-time fan of Mark Twain, I do suspect that it’s his restless squirming in his grave that we’ve been hearing for decades now given the sorry state of journalism which worsens by the minute.
And now it seems journalist Twain knocks upon his coffin lid, begging to jump out and give our current batch of Orwellian propagandists and media monopolists and moguls some sharp punches in their lousy, warmongering, anti-societal, ‘one world government’ snoots!
But mostly by way of his mightier-than-the-sword pen, of course.
As you may have heard, Dan Schmitt, who joined the upstart activist whistleblower organization of our time in 2007, says he’s leaving WikiLeaks.
Sometimes there is little option to do otherwise.
This may not seem very newsworthy to most people, but I thought you might be interested in a report that Russian spy Anna Chapman (snagged by the FBI on the day of the June 26, 2010 Lunar Eclipse conjunct spying Pluto; Moon = a woman; publicity) has received a porn deal offer of some kind.
As you know, wealthy Pluto’s realm includes spying and surveillance – but also sex and porn!
Where would modern day detective shows be without cell phones to track and call records to check as part of their investigations? And like bread crumbs in a forest, anyone would want to leave such a tech trail if it meant being found when purloined or otherwise in trouble.
Interesting story: turns out that Apple iPhones provide authorities with even more information about their owners than your average cell phones can – and more than we know.
But you knew this had to come up, right?