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infowars.com

July 5, 2013

A few hours before making this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange.org received an email from an anonymous sender claiming to be a Bilderberg whistleblower with attached photos from inside the 2013 Bilderberg meeting at the Grove Hotel in Watford, UK.

The email was sent to his personal email address that he has had since high school, not one of his work or WeAreChange email addresses. Luke opened the email from another computer and itl stated that he was a whistleblower and wanted Luke to break the story so he was sending him these photos exclusively and specifically stated that Luke needed to download the photos. Fortunately before downloading, Yahoo gives a preview of the photos and the photos were actually graphic child pornography. Luke has had his computer searched by forensics when going into Canada to cover the G20 when they searched him and interrogated him for hours, something like this could happen again when we come back to the U.S. from travelling Europe.

rt.com

July 4, 2013

The European Parliament has called for the scrapping of two agreements granting the US access to European financial and travel data, unless Washington reveals the full extent of its spying on Europe.

The non-binding resolution, which was passed by 483-98 with 65 abstentions on Thursday, said the US should provide full disclosure about its email and communications data. If Washington fails to agree, two EU-US transatlantic information-sharing deals could be revoked. Both data-sharing deals - the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program (TFTP) and Passenger Name Records (PNR) were agreed shortly after the September 11, 2001 attacks, despite apprehension surrounding whether or not they would give the US too much access to European data.

xrepublic.tv

July 4, 2013

A short time ago while addressing a CEO roundtable and Business Forum in Tanzania, President Barack H. Obama, told reporters and attendees that today's Tea Party members in the United States very closely fit the U.S. government's profile for domestic terrorists. The President's response came after a Tanzania businessman asked if civil unrest in the U.S. is likely to affect doing business with American companies. The President and First Lady are in Tanzania as part of their tour of South Africa. The President and First Lady attended a tree planting ceremony with President Kikwete earlier and are scheduled to have dinner with the South African President of the United Republic of Tanzania later at the State House, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.

worldtruth.tv

July 4, 2013

Americans have no Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures if they happen to be within 100 miles of the border, according to the "Executive Summary" of a still-secret report by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

As the ACLU-created map above shows, nearly 2/3 of Americans (197 million people)-including the entire populations of Florida, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, DC, and Michigan-live in this "Constitution free" zone, as do the residents of the nation's five most populous cities: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston and Philadelphia.

rt.com

July 3, 2013

NSA leaker Edward Snowden is the subject of an open letter of support just published from behind bars by John Kiriakou, a former CIA agent currently serving time for sharing state secrets.

In a letter dated June 13 and published Tuesday by Firedoglake, the imprisoned CIA vet salutes Snowden for his recent disclosures of classified documents detailing some of the vast surveillance programs operated by the United States' National Security Agency. "Thank you for your revelations of government wrongdoing over the past week," Kiriakou writes. "You have done the country a great public service."

rt.com

July 3, 2013

Tensions between Kim Dotcom and Prime Minister John Key were raised as the pair sparred at a parliamentary committee hearing on the government's proposed surveillance law, with Dotcom voicing his opposition to the controversial legislation.

The New Zealand government has proposed a change in the law to allow the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCJB) to provide support to the New Zealand Police, Defense Force and the Security Intelligence Service. Dotcom was voicing his opposition to the law and was the star of the show on the second day of hearings of the secretive Security and Intelligence Committee. "We should avoid blindly following the US into the dark ages of spying. In the end, the GCSB is just a subsidiary of the (US) National Security Agency and the US government calls all the shots," he told the committee.

rt.com

June 30, 2013

US combs through half a billion of German phone calls, emails and text messages on a monthly basis and has classified its European ally on the same target level as China, a German news magazine revealed.

The NSA document leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden and published by Der Spiegel classified Germany as a "third-class" partner, on the same level as China, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, meaning that the US surveillance in Germany was stronger than in any other EU country. "We can attack the signals of most foreign third-class partners, and we do it too," the document states.

rt.com

June 29, 2013

The NSA has a "brand new" technology that enables one billion cell phone calls to be redirected into its data hoards, according to the Guardian's Glen Greenwald, who told a Chicago conference that a new leak of Snowden's documents was 'coming soon.'

Calling it part of a "globalized system to destroy all privacy," and the enduring creation of a climate of fear, Greenwald outlined the capabilities of the NSA to store every single call while having "the capability to listen to them at any time," while speaking via Skype to the Socialism Conference in Chicago, on Friday. Greenwald was the first journalist to leak Snowden's documents, having travelled to Hong Kong to review them prior to exposure. "What we're really talking about here is a globalized system that prevents any form of electronic communication from taking place without its being stored and monitored by the National Security Agency," he said.

secretsofthefed.com

June 29, 2013

Many in the United States are at odds over the National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower, Edward Snowden, and this includes the country's celebrities.

Wanda Sykes, a stand-up comedienne, made her own opinions on Snowden very clear Friday night on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. When asked what she think she happen to Snowden, Sykes stated, "They should get him back here, try him, and he rots in a jail." Sykes told Leno how she had previously worked for the NSA herself and had top security clearance. "I believe Snowden, he got a GED, I believe," Sykes said. "I got a college degree, Jay, and you like, 'oh, it's the same thing as Snowden' what the hell?" General Educational Development (GED) are a group of tests to certify the taker has high school-level education skills.

foxnewsinsider.com

June 24, 2013

It's believed NSA leaker Edward Snowden is now in Moscow after leaving Hong Kong over the weekend. He was thought to be heading to Cuba, but he never boarded that flight. It was reported Sunday that Snowden would ultimately seek asylum in Ecuador.

Now many are worried that Snowden is spilling harmful national security secrets to Russia and China. Martha MacCallum and Judge Andrew Napolitano went over the legal ramifications for Snowden in the event that he is apprehended and brought back to the United States to face espionage charges. Napolitano said he believes that Snowden is acting at this point solely to avoid prosecution in the United States, not to damage U.S. national security by giving classified intelligence to Russia and China.

      

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