Edward Snowden exposes National Security Agency domestic surveillance

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by The Wrong Guy, Jun 5, 2013.

  1. My memory didn't serve me after all.
    I will have a look around.
    See if my google fu os good.
  2. The company's name is d wave.
  3. They used wayne madison as there sauce
    He believes that Obama is gay, and jews did 9/11 etc etc.
    It's a big mistake on the Guardian's part.
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  6. Edit: wayne madsen
    Reason:my brain is full of derp
    Thanks anon for the pastebin ling.
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    Since you're feeling contrite - *their sauce* ;)
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    The word is "saws", because they were the ones what done seen something. "Sauce" is a drink.

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    This is the first I've heard of it, I have no stake in this. But playing devil's advocate I've got to say, Madsen doesn't sound all that unreasonable to me - I mean, as nuts as the world is, why couldn't Obama be gay...Remember the weird scandal about male prostitutes being given private midnight tours during Bush's White House days? Anybody who would have publicly proclaimed on mainstream news 1 year ago that the US was listening and collecting the metaverse would have been laughed at and called a moonbat...Anyway, no thread derail intended.

    "Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen, who worked with the National Security Agency from 1984 to 1988 as a Navy intelligence analyst, confirmed DuJan’s claims.

    It is common knowledge in the Chicago gay community that Obama actively visited the gay bars and bathhouses in Chicago while he was an Illinois state senator,” Madsen told WND.

    WND also spoke with a member of the East Bank Club in Chicago, who confirmed Obama was a member there and was known to be a homosexual. The upscale fitness club, which has some 10,000 members, is not a “gay” facility. But it’s one of a number of places identified by the Chicago homosexual community as a “gay gym,” where homosexuals meet and engage in sexual activity.

    In April, WND reported a federal judge dismissed a libel case against Larry Sinclair, a homosexual who claimed Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign had paid to rig a polygraph test regarding Sinclair’s sensational charge that he had sex and used cocaine twice with Obama while Obama was an Illinois state senator. Sinclair tells his story in “Barack Obama & Larry Sinclair: Cocaine, Sex, Lies & Murder.”
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    Other EU diplomats also expressed shock concerning the latest batch of revelations in the NSA leak, reported by Der Spiegel magazine on Saturday.

    "If these reports are true, it's disgusting,” Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn told Der Spiegel. "The United States would be better off monitoring its secret services rather than its allies,” Asselborn continued. “We must get a guarantee from the very highest level now that this stops immediately."

    A spokesman for the Office of the US Director of National Intelligence had no comment on the Der Spiegel story.
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  17. Of massive importance to a leak is the credibility of the sauce.
    If the sauce lacks credibility even if the info is true then the story is meh
    Madsen thinks Israel sank the uss cole,also that h1n1 swine flu was created in a lab by the feds.
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    Madsen doesn't sound like the craziest of crazy people, if he is a crazy person.

    There is a fair chance that any person chosen at random is going to be gay.

    However, if one is gay it is probably difficult to become President, if that is your ambition.

    Same with atheism, and I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if Mr Obama were an atheist.

    Of course, I don't know about these things, one way or the other, and Jeremiah Wright is perfectly discreditable enough.
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  20. The United States would be better off monitoring its secret services rather than its allies. Jean Asselborn, Luxembourg foreign minister
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    Pants register fss, makes it far easier to like your posts! oh and like^
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    They will send... John Mc cain >.>
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    This was an Observer story, not a Guardian story. They kinda hate each other.
    Jamie Doward is/was not part of the team working on Snowden??
    Looks like it might have been an attempt by The Observer to play catch-up.
  30. He could always "go drag".
  31. Enturbulette Member

    I think you've gotten lost. This looks like it belongs on the Karen de la Carriere thread...
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    Leaks shed light on how NSA may use supercomputers, gigantic hard drives

    By Tony Semerad, The Salt Lake Tribune

    The Utah Data Center spans 1 million square feet, with a 100,000-square-foot, raised-floor area divided into four separate data halls, each holding what the NSA calls "mission-critical" computing servers and data-storage capacity. An additional 900,000 square feet will be devoted to technical support and administrative staff, amounting to fewer than 200 NSA employees.

    The entire facility is heavily fortified by a robust security perimeter, its own police force, intrusion-detection systems, backup generators with three days of fuel storage and a structure designed to withstand major physical attack. It will need an average of 65 megawatts of electricity to run what several NSA equipment suppliers say will be among the most sophisticated supercomputers and largest reserves of data storage on the planet.

    The Bluffdale site helps meet the NSA's computing demands well into the future, according to Harvey Davis, NSA director of installations and logistics.

    "I always build everything expandable," Davis said in an interview with The Salt Lake Tribune. And thanks to Utah's relatively low utility rates and other favorable conditions, he said, "We're getting the biggest bang for our buck right there."

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  33. Rockyj Member

    I don't get it!!! Who? WTF is this about?
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