This video from the USA says about itself:
Inside the “Electronic Omnivore”: NSA Spying on U.N., Climate Summit, Text Messaging Worldwide 1/2
4 Nov 2013
As Edward Snowden seeks clemency from the United States, the New York Times has revealed new details about how the National Security Agency is spying on targets ranging from the United Nations to foreign governments to global text messages. We are joined by New York Times reporter Scott Shane, who reports that the NSA has “as an electronic omnivore of staggering capabilities, eavesdropping and hacking its way around the world to strip governments and other targets of their secrets, all the while enforcing the utmost secrecy about its own operations.”
Here is Part 2 of that interview.
The NSA surveillance operations are seamlessly connected to US preparations for cyber-war and military conflict against China: here.
The issue of the basic democratic right to asylum plays an entirely subordinate role in the debate in Germany on the plight of Edward Snowden: here.
- Joseph A. Palermo: Now Who Is the Real “Narcissist”? Edward Snowden or the NSA? (huffingtonpost.com)
- Inside the “Electronic Omnivore”: New Leaks Show NSA Spying on U.N., Climate Summit, Text Messaging (democracynow.org)
- Portrait of the NSA: no detail too small in quest for total surveillance | World news | theguardian.com (theguardian.com)
- For Obama to claim some credibility on the NSA spying scandal, Alexander and Clapper must go (dailykos.com)
- Google’s Eric Schmidt Says NSA Spying on Data Centers is “Not OK” (dailytech.com)
- Report: NSA spied on Israel, shared intelligence (jta.org)
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Not only spying on a country or countries, but is endemic as a profession on spying on individuals on mass, for the so called leading intelligentsia to be so insecure as to require billions of dollars, often tax payers money on securing a so called but tenuous idea called freedom, is a anathema, many citizens are tiring of the establishments rhetoric of what to many is a condescending and arrogant display of a neurosis, that many find unconvincing.
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