Patrolmen’s Benevolence Association President Patrick Lynch has turned the deaths of two police officers into an excuse to incite open rebellion in New York City and a crackdown of police brutality demonstrators in NYC. The deaths of two police officers at the hand of a gunman who, on Saturday, December 20th is now a pretext […]Read More Patrick Lynch inciting an NYPD coup d’etat? Protests will “not be tolerated”?
As per http://wikileaks.org/Statement-from-Edward-Snowden-in.html?snow Monday July 1, 21:40 UTC One week ago I left Hong Kong after it became clear that my freedom and safety were under threat for revealing the truth. My continued liberty has been owed to the efforts of friends new and old, family, and others who I have never met and probably […]Read More Statement from Edward Snowden at Moscow
According to an article by Alexandera Jaffe: “They should pay a price, either diplomatic, economic, geopolitical, for doing what they did. They’re always putting their finger in our eye,” said Schumer on “Fox News Sunday,” arguing for repercussions against Russia. So what are we going to do? Go to war with Russia over an American […]Read More Schumer and McCain think Russia should “pay the price” for harboring Edward Snowden
Jeffery Rosen, in an article for Time Magazine, wrote “[Internet companies] decisions about whether to cooperate with government surveillance requests will determine the future of free speech as much as any prosecutor or judge.” If this is true, it is quite troubling. Especially when you consider how the companies that Edward Snowden named such as […]Read More Google is Not Your Friend