[cryptography] Snowden sets OPSEC record straight

John Young jya at pipeline.com
Fri Oct 18 09:46:11 EDT 2013


Snowden filtered by Janes Risen filtered by New York Times,
as with all other filterings by special-interested Snowden
filters, does deliver a reassuring message to precisely
answer highly filtered questions and charges that have
been made about his heavily filtered, nay, almost negligible
releases.

Perhaps Snowden actually speaks in person, appears
in a filtered documentary, in a WikiLeaks filtered video,
emails encryptically! via Greenwald and Risen, like a
character from a brain-washing film, formulaicly, always
on point, no ifs and buts, no waverings from
propaganda-like rationales and justifications.

But so far every version of his apperances by whatever
medium come across as carefully vetted by WikiLeak's
Sarah Harrison, lawyers and PR wizards, as over-edited,
sanitized and directed, as little substantiated despite
alleged thousands of documents as hard driven
advocacy so like reviled special-interested groups of
all persuasions.

This critique applies to the dog and pony shows now
ranging the globe by freedom of information special
interests, staffed by a coterie of so-called ex-spies,
their lawyers, their PR wizards, national security
journalists and civil liberties exploiters, bedded and
applauded by camp followers, funded by egotically,
narcissisticly bored and wealth-drunk patrons like
Omidyar, Soros, and, why not j'accuse the combine,
the USG and its filthy rich spies long known to use
the wealthy to protect their common special interests
since corruption was invented, Day One.

Snowden is either an ignorant fool, seduced along
with Manning, by the narcotic dispensed by govs, NGOs,
spies and the wealthy "to do good" or a fabulous
con artist like Assange to "fleece the fuckers" as he
emailed January 2007, via leaks extortion, that is,
adopt the strategy and tactics of the "enemy" to
seduce others into their concentrated wealth carnal
palace.


At 01:08 AM 10/18/2013, you wrote:
>On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 9:42 PM, Juan Garofalo <juan.g71 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >...
> >         He's still loyal to the american nazis. That's praiseworthy?
>
>
>he is showing extraordinary discretion and restraint, and an
>underlying approval for some fundamental american ideals, like
>guaranteed right to individual privacy, though of course this should
>extend to the world not just US citizens.
>
>let's not forget that Guardian was forced to move this reporting to
>the USA, because of GCHQ/her majesty's interference. and of course
>there are plentiful locales where the activities of anyone involved
>would strongly encourage a less than discrete "summary lack of
>continued living incident" of some obscure manner.
>
>at any rate, this is too long and detailed a conversation for today.




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