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Greenwald Rips Into BBC “Journalist”

 Glenn Greenwald, talks about  NSA & British government spying, gives  journalism lesson to BBC apologist Kirsty Wark……

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“CORPORATE TOTALITARIANISM” EXPOSED

Bradley Manning and the Gangster State By Chris Hedges/ Truthdig/August 22, 2013 AP/Patrick SemanskyArmy Pfc. Bradley Manning after a                                           … Continue reading

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AUTHORITIES GO AFTER GREENWALD’S PARTNER

Detaining my partner: a failed attempt at intimidation The detention of my partner, David Miranda, by UK authorities will have the opposite effect of the one intended By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ August 18, 2013 At 6:30 am this morning … Continue reading

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MOVE ON, NOTHING TO PROSECUTE HERE

The Untouchables: How the Obama administration protected Wall Street from prosecutions A new PBS Frontline report examines a profound failure of justice that should be causing serious social unrest By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ January 23, 2013       … Continue reading

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SPREADING DEMOCRACY OR MANURE?

The US – alongside Saudi Arabia – fights for freedom and democracy in the Middle East The ability to persuade people that the US opposes tyranny is a testament to the potency of propaganda By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ January … Continue reading

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Killing the Messenger

Prosecution of Anonymous activists highlights war for Internet control The US and allied governments exploit both law and cyber-attacks as a weapon to punish groups that challenge it By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ November 23, 2012 From a video posted … Continue reading

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MUSLIM INGRATES

US Media Angrily Marvels at the Lack of Muslim Gratitude NBC News, along with a leading US newspaper, insist that Egyptians should be grateful to the US for having ‘freed’ them By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ September 14, 2012 An … Continue reading

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THE VALUE OF WIKILEAKS

Why WikiLeaks Is Worth Defending, Despite All of Its Flaws By Mathew Ingram/ Gigaom/ August 24, 2012 Most of the recent attention around WikiLeaks has been focused on the legal issues surrounding its controversial founder, Julian Assange. But we shouldn’t … Continue reading

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BETTER THAN EVEN BUSH

Obama Campaign Brags About Its Whistleblower Persecutions Excuse me if I don’t join in Democrats’ sycophantic cheerleading for an Obama presidency that has shredded laws and liberties By Glenn Greenwald/ The Guardian/ September 5, 2012 A US drone strike in … Continue reading

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TERRORISTS UNDER YOUR BED

A few courageous commentators are beginning to openly talk about what I’ve long suspected: that the “War on Terror” is more hoax than reality. In this article, Glenn Greenwald (one of those brave souls) documents how the myriad “experts” on … Continue reading

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