Sunday, June 23, 2013

Sunday, June 23, 2013

"Snowden and Ecuador":
"1) We're about to find out just how sensitive the information Snowden is carrying might be. Because you can be darned sure that by now the U.S Government has a very good idea of exactly what Snowden knows, what he's downloaded etc and if it's really enough to bring down the whole edifice, he's not going to reach Ecuador. However, if the documents held by Edwards are less than State-threatening, he'll make it ok.
2) Therefore, if you happen to be reading this and have a place ticket booked for the Moscow/Habana run in the next 24 hours, you may want to consider deferring that flight for a couple of days. Either that or checking that all your insurance papers are in good order. Don't forget to kiss the kids before you leave, either."
Speaking of the American government blowing a civilian passenger plane out of the sky:  "‘Democracy Now’ focuses on ‘TWA 800′ documentary by Borjesson and Stalcup"  Or Iran Air Flight 655.  It is a real danger.

"World War Z"  The worse the movie, the more likely overt Zionism is going to pop up.

"New Hampshire Lawmaker Resigns After Claiming Government Behind Boston Bombing"  Note the indignant frothing-from-the-mouth comments.  Barry's got nothing to worry about.

"Israel and the NSA Scandal" by Kevin MacDonald.  Putting all your secrets in the hands of a foreign country, even one which pretends to be friendly, is ludicrous.  Just think of all the insider trading and blackmail possibilities, which you know are being exploited.

"What Is the Title of This CIA Report and Classification"  You'd think they would give the guy a briefcase so he didn't have classified material hanging out.

"McLibel leaflet was co-written by undercover police officer Bob Lambert"
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