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New Greenwald Disclosure: "The NSA Is TARGETING/ENGAGING In Industrial Espionage .. Not (Just) Terrorism"

►I was waiting for this... NEXT I want proof of U.S. domestic VOTE tampering!!! 'Terrorism' my A$$!!! It's about BLACKMAIL, SEDITION, BURGLARY AND THEFT.
Latest Leak Shows NSA Engaging In Economic Espionage -- Not Fighting Terrorism


Brazlian TV program "Fantastico" revealed on Sunday, drawing on new leaked documents provided by Glenn Greenwald, who lives in the country:

The internal computer network of Petrobras, the Brazilian oil giant partly owned by the state, has been under surveillance by the NSA, the National Security Agency of the United States.

The Fantastico article goes on to give more information about the attacks on the company's internal networks, and points out that Petrobras is hardly a terrorist organization:

The yearly profits of Petrobras are over 280 billion reais -- US$ 120 billion. More than the GDP of many countries. And there are plenty of motives for spies to want access to the company's protected network.

►The NSA insists it is not spying on anyone for the purposes of industrial espionage -- here's what it wrote in an email to the Washington Post on the subject just a couple of weeks ago:

"The Department of Defense does engage" in computer network exploitation, according to an e-mailed statement from an NSA spokesman, whose agency is part of the Defense Department. "The department does ***not*** engage in economic espionage in any domain, including cyber."

►ALSO disclosed: NSA diverting TRAFFIC and Impersonating Google Servers called 'Flying Pig' program

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I'm still waiting for the

I'm still waiting for the article on covert hidden testing programs on the general public through the internet, looking for specific skill sets.

First of all....

SHOULD the United States Government even be ABLE to LOAN Money to Foreign Governments or Foreign State/Corporate entities?
Where in the Constitution do they get that authority?
Start with Article 1 Section 8 and SHOW me that granted power.
we can talk about WHERE in the loan agreement
Mexico or Brazil granted authority to break into their Country's secure networks to 'watch' over the 'investment'.
as far as 'everybody's doing it'...
you can justify RAPE, MURDER, PEDOPHILIA and anything else you choose
with a philosophy of 'situational ethics'.
Stand tall
or just swim in the hot tub of feces with the rest of Washington.

NSA "man in the middle" attacks the likes of Google



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I cannot express the anger i

I cannot express the anger i feel right now at their presumption of authority, and their defending of it......i cannot make a calm collected comment because, quite frankly, right now i feel like using expletives in every other word

If months dare i say YEARS go by, without REAL and profound change, to estabalish the real owners in information property, and because of the nature and potential of internet spying, there will be next to no hope for us, once they've learned this NEW thing, and it becomes like the old thing .......MSM

Washington is now one of the

Washington is now one of the largest terrorist organizations in the world.

What's this "one of" crap?


Recommended reading: The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose


Shocking. I'm shocked.

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