Cheat-Sheet On Spying

Start Here If You’re Too Busy to Read Up on the Spying Scandal

If you’ve been too busy to keep up with the spying scandal, here’s an overview:

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  • Brian Harry

    Only the people of the USA can save the USA.

    • Bev


      MSNBC Censors NSA Whistleblower Russ Tice Minutes Before Interview

      Friday, 21. June 2013

      “We Don’t Want a Word on Your Allegations Pertaining to NSA Wiretapping of Obama, Judges & Activists”-MSNBC

      On Wednesday, June 19, Boiling Frogs Post broke the news on the NSA’s targeting of political candidates, elected officials, federal judges, law firms and activists, including candidate Barack Obama, revealed by veteran NSA officer and whistleblower Russ Tice.

      In this bombshell episode of the Boiling Frogs Post Podcast Show NSA whistleblower Tice went on record for the first time with new revelations and names of official culprits involved in the NSA’s illegal practices, and explained in detail how the National Security Agency targets, sucks-in, stores and analyzes illegally obtained content from the masses in the United States. He revealed for the first time the NSA Deep State involved in the targeting and wiretapping of US elected officials, political candidates, federal judges and activists for its own purposes.

      Prior to his exclusive interview with Boiling Frogs Post, Mr. Tice tried to expose these government illegalities through US mainstream and larger pseudo alternative media outlets. Both mainstream and quasi alternative media outlets refused to publish or air Mr. Tice’s revelations; while some cited legal concerns others refrained from providing any justification whatsoever.

      Today MSNBC aired an interview with Mr. Tice disclosing “some” of his revelations, thanks to the vigilant activists who tirelessly shared and disseminated Mr. Tice’s revelations and interview audio. Interestingly, at the last minute, MSNBC told Mr. Tice that they would NOT include his revelations on NSA’s targeting of Obama, elected officials, attorneys, judges and activists. Basically, they censored his entire testimony on these stunning allegations!

      In a correspondence with Boiling Frogs Post immediately following his censored interview with MSNBC Mr. Tice stated:

      “When they were placing the ear-phone in my ear with less than ten minutes left till my air time, the producer in New York said that their lawyers were discussing the material, and at this time, they did not want me to mention anything about the NSA wiretaps against all the people and organizations that I mentioned. That is how it went down. I did say on the air that I know it is much worse and would like to talk about that some time.”

      The pathetic sorry state of the United States Media! But, that’s the negative part.There are some positives:

      This is another instant of proving the idea of People-Power. This is another case where a truly independent alternative outlet dares to expose government illegality and cover-up. This is one more example illustrating the power that rests with the people-no matter the size and its irate minority status.

      We can do it. We must do it. We have to continue and expand. We need to escalate our pressure and raise our stand as the opposition to our expanding police state oppression. It starts with us-and it ends with us. Kudos to us-the people-power.

      Here is the MSNBC segment with NSA Whistleblower Russ Tice:
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      • gozounlimited

        MSNBC a media puppet for the White House, says former producer….

        MSNBC, of course, is not the only news network, organization or newspaper with a particular political bias. But it is one of the few that makes absolutely no effort to report objectively……..

      • Disfordiggle

        Russ was on RT not to long ago and got to elaborate a little more. Thanks for the info.

  • gozounlimited

    The actions revealed by the government strike at the very core of our
    Constitution. Further, the majority of Congress is unaware about the
    specific language and legal interpretations used to justify the spying.
    Without this information, Congress can only legislate in the dark. It’s
    time for Congress to investigate these matters to the fullest extent
    possible. American privacy should not be held hostage by secrecy. Tell Congress now to push for an special investigative committee, more transparency, and more accountability……

  • Tonto

    What is to be upset about? Is it that the government is keeping tabs on criminals? Is it that the government is keeping tabs on dangerous foreigners? Is it that the government is keeping tabs on anyone and everyone? The problem is, Americans support spying. It’s only when Americans are jolted into realizing they too are being spied upon, that the press starts to create mass hysteria. It sells the news main stream and alternative to rile and intrigue the idiots that consume all this spy hype.

    Does anyone here really want to stop all spying? —>No.<—

    Then the question evolves, and becomes then, do Americans realize they MUST support increasing the size of the spy-bureaucracy to gain a more rational efficacy concerning who is being spied upon, and what is being done with the information gained?

    There's the bug. Americans support spying. Americans have spent 100's of billions of dollars building a jaw-droppingly fearsome spy capability. Remember the 1960's TV sitcom, Get Smart? The American spy bureaucracy then was already far bigger than anything comparable anywhere else in the world.

    This is about big government. This is about spending priorities. This is ultimately about progress and the American empire that is controlling the entire world, in part with this vastly expensive and vastly intrusive spy network we all have paid for.

  • Dylan Felts

    With all the feds nose in our business. they FAIL. Even when given credible info re. terrorists it’s still ‘my way or the highway’. Its the ‘we’re so good, we’re so fine’ mind set that gets them every time. And do they LIE? Price of doin’ bidness.

  • poljunkie

    You’ve put a lot of work into this site!