fredag 27 december 2013

Snowdens Julmeddelande: - Orwells 1984 är en önskedröm jämfört med verkligheten idag

Snowden höll Jultal...
Men att Snowdens s.k. läckor fortsatt publiceras och ständigt får stort utrymme i mainstream, tyder på att läckorna kanske inte nödvändigtvis uppkommit för att förbättra något för mänskligheten..? Det finns en hel del frågetecken kring det hela...
Tidigare whistleblowers  med liknande uppgifter har oftast tystats ner fullständigt av media och det har bara varit alternativ media som nappat och därefter ofta censurerats... 
- Så vad har egentligen förändrats och vem tror idag på att den genomkorrupta lögn-maskinen, "mainstreammedia", som t.ex. nyss ville bomba Syrien (med 9% stöd från allmänheten)  plötsligt skulle ha människors bästa i åtanke..?
- OK, de flesta människor tror väl tyvärr stenhårt på det... (men var i alla fall tvungen att ställa frågan..:)

Slutpoängen blir, att det alltid är bra med en viss kritisk försiktighet till all information och bakomliggande orsaker till att den publiceras. 
Detta gäller oavsett om den kommer från Snowden, Bloggare eller Myndigheternas propagandabyråer. 
- Har man sen tur så arbetar inte samtliga tidigare nämnda åt samma uppdragsgivare...

Videon undertill visar några klipp från Snowdens s.k. Jultal. Där säger han bl.a. att barn som föds idag INTE kommer att ha något privatliv utan istället vara ständigt övervakade objekt...

- Lite som slavarna förr i tiden kanske, fast på ett trevligare sätt?


'Orwell's 1984 a fairytale compared to reality': Snowden delivers Xmas message

Publicerad den 25 dec 2013
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has delivered his 'Alternative Christmas Message' via a British TV channel. The whistleblower called for an end to mass spying by governments, stating that a child born today will have "no conception of privacy."


What is Greenwald Covering Up? - BFP Roundtable #02

Publicerad den 20 dec 2013

Welcome to the second pilot edition of BFP Roundtable. In this episode James, Guillermo and I discuss the controversy surrounding the Glenn Greenwald, Omidyar-PayPal and NSA connections. We talk about the glacial pace at which the Snowden documents are being released, Greenwald's book and video deals, the new news venture with eBay co-founder Pierre Omidyar, the things that Greenwald doesn't report on, and the public's tendency to put people on pedestals. Don't miss this controversial edition of the BFP Roundtable.

Snowdens Julmeddelande: - Orwells 1984 är en önskedröm jämfört med verkligheten idag

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  1. -US secretly sends Hellfire missiles, drones to Iraq-

    December 26, 2013

    In an attempt to beat back gains by Al-Qaeda-linked insurgents, the United States is moving “dozens” of Hellfire missiles and surveillance drones into Iraq.

    According to a report by The New York Times, the decision comes after Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki requested help from US President Barack Obama during a meeting in Washington last month.

    The situation in Iraq has become a serious concern over the last year, as insurgents from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria - Al-Qaeda’s regional affiliate - spread through western and northern parts of the country, as well as nearby Syria. More than 8,000 Iraqis have been killed in 2013. That figure includes three bombings that killed nearly 40 people on Christmas Day.

    Despite the movement of missiles – 75 Hellfire missiles are being sent to Iraq alongside 10 ScanEagle surveillance drones – some experts believe the US response to be insufficient without the deployment of more powerful military weapons, such as armed drones. While Iraq’s foreign minister has suggested an American-run drone operation as a possibility, Maliki - who is likely running for a third term as prime minster - has yet to make such a request.

    “We have not received a formal request for US-operated armed drones operating over Iraq, nor are we planning to divert armed I.S.R. over Iraq,” Bernadette Meehan, a spokeswoman for the National Security Council, told The New York Times.

    According to Michael Knights of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, the reconnaissance drones aren’t likely to turn the tide against the insurgents, considering their small range.

    “The real requirement today is for a long-range, high-endurance armed drone capability,” Knights said. “There is one place in the world where Al-Qaeda can run a major affiliate without fear of a US drone or air attack, and that is in Iraq and Syria.” [...]

  2. -UN condemns Christmas Eve demolitions of Palestinian homes by Israel-

    December 26

    The UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) for Palestinian refugees has condemned Israel's demolition of Palestinian Bedouin dwellings in the West Bank, calling for an immediate halt.

    "UNRWA condemns the latest demolitions in the West Bank, which displaced 68 people, the most recent of which occurred on Christmas Eve," spokesman Chris Gunness said in a statement.

    “The demolitions took place in Ein Ayoub near Ramallah and Fasayil al-Wusta near Jericho in the Jordan valley with 61 persons displaced in Ein Ayoub, and seven persons, all refugees, displaced in Fasayil al-Wusta," Gunness said. He added that 32 of those displaced were children, "including a five year old girl who is paralyzed from the waist down."

    “In addition, some 750 head of sheep and goats are without shelter at this crucial lambing season,” he said.

    Gunness stated that at least 663 Palestinian buildings - including 259 homes - have been demolished, and 1,103 Palestinians have been displaced in the West Bank and East Jerusalem this year.

    The spokesman urged Israel to obey international laws and halt demolitions. [...]

  3. -‘Tracked everywhere you go’: Snowden delivers Xmas message on govt spying-

    December 24

    NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has delivered his ‘Alternative Christmas Message’ via a British TV channel. The whistleblower called for an end to mass spying by governments, stating that a child born today will have "no conception of privacy."

    Snowden’s address aired by the UK’s Channel 4 comes as an alternative to the Queen’s traditional Christmas speech, which is shown by the country’s other leading broadcasters.

    Filmed in Russia, the address is the first TV appearance of the whistleblower since his arrival in the country, where he was granted temporary asylum in August.

    The message starts with Snowden appealing to each and every family, warning them that the scope of government surveillance has gone to the extent that “a child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all”.

    As a former US Central Intelligence Agency employee, US National Security Agency contractor, and the person behind the biggest security leak in US history, Snowden gives his assessment of the classic bogey model of the Orwellian state as “nothing compared” to today's surveillance methods.

    “The types of collection in the book – microphones and video cameras, TVs that watch us – are nothing compared to what we have available today. We have sensors in our pockets that track us everywhere we go. Think about what this means for the privacy of the average person,” the former NSA contractor says.

    He goes on to say that “a child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all. They'll never know what it means to have a private moment to themselves, an unrecorded, unanalyzed thought.”

    “And that's a problem because privacy matters, privacy is what allows us to determine who we are and who we want to be,” Snowden adds. [...]

  4. -NSA can easily find individuals hidden in metadata - study-

    December 26

    In defending the NSA's surveillance policies, many have cited the agency's claim that it merely collects phone numbers dialed, lengths of calls, and other metadata. Yet researchers now say the NSA can identify individuals in that vast collection of data.

    Scholars at Stanford University in California set out to determine how, if at all, the NSA's metadata collection impacts the individual Americans whose information is swept up. The indiscriminate collection of phone records is one of the NSA's primary surveillance programs, and one of the first revealed by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. US President Obama sat down with Charlie Rose of PBS in June to defend the government's position.

    “Program number one is called the 2015 program. What that does is it gets data from the service providers – like a Verizon – in bulk,” Obama said. “And basically you have call pairs. You have my telephone number connecting with your telephone number. There are no names, there's no content in that database. All it is, is the number pairs, when those calls took place, how long they took place. So that database is sitting there.”

    That might be true, technically. But Stanford researchers Jonathan Mayer and Patrick Mutchler found that the agency does not need to collect names to identify an individual.

    The pair built an app - known as MetaPhone - which Android users could volunteer to sign up for, in order to give the researchers access to their metadata. They assumed it would be simple to find users based on their metadata and, as it were, it took just hours. [...]

  5. I Sverige spioneras det på oss vanliga medborgare medan våra myndigheter sätter i system att fuska och kringgå lagar.
    Polisen sätter i system att undgå vittnesmål och göra falska förvillade utredningar så brottsmålen ser bra ut.
    Polisen vinklar medvetet utredningar och använder avlyssning där dom har svaren som dom vill ha.
    Min telefon har pejlats ut sedan slutet av nittiotalet med klickande ljud med jämna mellanrum och jag har aldrig varit på en rättegång mer än åskådare.
    Staten har misshandlat mig i det militära och för det har jag varit häktad i min frånvaro.
    Statlig vådarätt är att ta bort skyddsnätet för en person och hålla ständig koll tills personen blir mål för utredning.
    Jag har förklarat krig i mot Sverige som är mitt födelseland och fiendeland.
    Jag ligger kvar i det militära registret enbart för att dom ska ha en anledning att kolla mig med undanflykter.
    Polisen registrerar så slipper jag få fram mitt fria ord som är en fara för staten.
    Sverige registrerar direkt i folkbokföringan utan att vi får veta och all denna registrering är olaglig och förtryckande.
    Jag vet vad must är !
    I Sverige är polisen allas fiende!

  6. Svenska internet är gjort för att spionera med och dom använder nätet aktivt in i våra datorer.
    Att stjäla mail genom att ta koder har jag varit med om.
    Man skriver sin mail adress överst när man loggar in på Yahoo!.
    Under skriver man in koden som visar sig som punkter.
    Mat sätter markören i kodfältet och kollar ner på tangentbordet och vipps hoppar markören upp i adressfältet och blottar koden vilket visar att dom sitter och spionerar i realtid.
    Jag har haft olika blåa Yahoo-mail sedan nittiotalet i Anonymous.

    1. Här är ett annat exempel på kreativ avlyssning:

      - Om du köper din dator på nätet från USA så kan NSA kapa leveransen och installera bakdörrar och virus + speciell hårdvara, - så att din nya dator rapporterar allt du gör direkt till dem!

      "NSA stoppar datorleveranser, installerar avlyssningsutrustning och skickar sedan datorn vidare till köparen."

      Efter det har NSA full kontroll på ägarens kommunikation och datoranvändning, avslöjar Der Spiegel.

      (DE FLESTA säkerhetsorganisationer ingår ju i SAMMA KLUBB, så det här gäller säkert även Sveriges avlyssnande DDR-myndigheter:)

  7. Vi svenskar får inte tala fritt och det svenska nätet har varit cencurerat.
    Att ha Yahoo delen av nätet har varit fördelaktigt och jag har sett mera än dom flesta svenskar länge.
    Regimen Sverige vill uppfostra oss till dumhet och få oss att leva i en falsk värld där sanning inte får höras utan bara tystas.

    1. Sverige verkar även att vara föregångslandet i världen när det gäller att vilja plocka bort kontanterna och införa det kontantlösa samhället.

      Detta i kombination med den totalövervakning som avslöjats och den massiva datalagring som sker både lagligt och olagligt av myndigheter, borde ju oroa alla över 3 år som har den minsta susning om vilken maktposition som staten då får gentemot medborgarna.

      Men icke. Flocken är mer orolig över om Justin Bieber fått en finne på näsan...

      Kanske är det vackert så?

  8. -NSA: An Orwellian surveillance system gone global-

    December 29, 2013

    While British politics and media display a strong reluctance to confront the harsh realities of UK spying, we should be worried about further revelations of a dystopian, Orwellian surveillance system gone global, former MI5 agent Annie Machon told RT.

    Thousands of attendees have gathered for the annual four-day Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg, which is dedicated to information technology. The conference offers a generally “critical-creative attitude towards technology and the discussion about the effects of technological advances on society,” according to its website.

    Speaking at the Congress Friday, journalist Glenn Greenwald condemned the mainstream media and accused his colleagues of failing to challenge the erroneous remarks routinely made by government officials around the globe. [...]



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