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Article posted Jan 24 2014, 4:12 PM Category: Big Brother/Orwellian Source: CNET Print

Snowden: "I think a person should be able to dial a number, make a purchase, send an SMS, write an e-mail, or visit a Web site without having to think about what it's going to look like on their permanent record."


That's the word from NSA whistle-blower and leaker Edward Snowden, who today answered questions tweeted by the public as part of a live Web chat, his first since June of last year.

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L.S.

Posted: Jan 24 2014, 8:21 PM

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...:"I think a person should be able to dial a number, make a purchase, send an SMS, write an e-mail, or visit a Web site without having to think about what it's going to look like on their permanent record."> - E. Snowden

I can somewhat agree with "Snowden;" (though, I could give a f***k about the "permanent record," the government keeps on me, for, unlike the "Snowden-team," I'm not compensated for this $hit), the link up there^ claiming, that the government's spying program is "divorced from reason," would cause such entities, a great deal of concern. I would translate that divorce as follows: "kill the people who've become unplugged."

if I were an entrepreneur, who believed in copyright b/s, I would patent the Snowden mask, (shown in the link), for he's clearly the new "V" / "messiah" - having been sent to planet earth, to save humankind.


As far as Snowden is concerned... i'm confused by his notion. I was under the impression, that he was a highly-skilled computer wiz. with real-time ties, to the (so-called "liberating") group ANONYMOUS.... (?) who knows... there is so much misinformation running rampant, that the simplest request for "truth," results in paradigm, which would rival that, of the great pyramids on the Giza Plateau.

I twice asked members of Anonymous, to explain to me, what i wasn't comprehending, in regards to" reflective programs." For the reason that the government keeps "permanent records," my question went unanswered. i suppose, I was Really pissed-the-F****-Off, by the groups Obvious dissonance... but, that was their folly. for me, "truth" is invaluable; cannot be bought nor sold, however, it can accept reality, can even become apathetic.... though, i wouldn't be able to stand by my assertion, because all I've been fed are lies.

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off topic here - has anyone seen Peter lately? jeez, i do hope, this site hasn't blocked a Master Mind," such as Peter"


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