Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Newspaper forced to smash computers that contained Snowden leaked documents



Reports indicate the stakes just got exponentially  higher in the battle between The Guardian newspaper of England and shadow governments personnel in the US and UK.  These are the behind the scenes powerbrokers who want to keep secret the US surveillance information about the NSA, etc. that former CIA computer expert Edward Snowden gave to reporters after he absconded in July, 2013 to Hong Kong and then Russia with digital documents.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/08/20/us-usa-security-snowden-guardian-idUSBRE97I10E20130820

According to a report in the link above, the editor of The Guardian newspaper editor was recently forced to stand by while police smashed computers at his newspaper.  Shades of Farenheit 451!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060390/combined

Even the police were aware of the futility of their destruction because, as the editor advised them before the smashing began, the information had already been encrypted, copied onto thumb drives and spread throughout the four corners of the world.  Drat!

As I have been saying over and over on comments in newspaper forums, such as RT:

http://rt.com/news/guardian-hard-drives-destroyed-697/

this extreme reaction on the part of "authorities" ("authorities" put in quotes because the deep state actors are clearly contravening constitutional laws enacted to protect individual liberties and freedom of speech).

Folks, this is not rocket (or even computer) science.  The NSA with all its deep state snooping apparatus was set up in the wake of 9/11 by the Bush Administration--the perps of 9/11 and consequent global warmongering.  This nest of criminals wants to know who is catching on to their criminality and whether there is any organized opposition to their bid for global tyranny.  They need to find out pre-emptively, whether anyone in the media, law enforcement or justice system is on to them, in order to keep one step ahead of the law.

As said earlier, the stakes are very high....while it's a relief that someone has finally taken a stand against these perps, the greencrow wonders whether it is "too little, too late".   If the media (including The Guardian) had listened to the Truth Community...and not rolled over like a puppy with all four paws in the air immediately after 9/11....perhaps all the ensuing bloody destruction in the past decade+ ...not to mention smashed computers...would not have occurred.
 

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