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Rap News on Snowden

In Humour, Polytricks on June 23, 2013 at 10:14 am

Hilarious Snowden rap news song… ;o)

Asks a serious question though.. these guys risk their liberty to leak for the pubic good.

But is the public even interested in what they are leaking?

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Quote of the day

In Polytricks on June 18, 2013 at 9:25 am

Great quote of the day from Ed Snowden, “Being called a traitor by Dick Cheney is the highest honour you can give an American.. ”

Dick Cheney is an unindicted war criminal and war profiteer and is one of the worst traitors America has ever seen … ;o)

Its really astounding how easily murderous lies drip from the mouths of these war criminals.

They really aren’t fit to shine Snowden’s shoes let alone criticize him.. ;o)

What a difference 7 years makes

In Polytricks on June 17, 2013 at 8:06 am

EFF put out a video contradicting the shallow attempts by Obama to justify unlawfully spying on just about everyone.

Cut between an interview his vice president gave 7 years ago it exposes Obama’s  fatuous and deceitful misinformation.

Stop spying on us! .. you only gonna get caught and everyone is gonna disrespect you even more because of your feeble lies.

 

“Happy Birthday” goes to court (again)

In Humour, Nerds only on June 15, 2013 at 7:30 am

Great news that a class action suit has been filed against Time/Warner to challenge their claim that they “own” the song Happy Birthday.

Yes, the copyright pirates claim to own the popular song.  Now documentary film-makers,Yesterday, Good Morning To You, has filed suit.

They claim that the ‘copyright’ on the song has been long extinguished and that Time/Warner are pirates fleecing everyone for tawdry payola.

Here is a video suggestion on how to sing  your own copyright-free version of Happy Birthday… ;o)

 

Stop watching US takes off

In Nerds only, Polytricks on June 14, 2013 at 8:01 am

Revelations that the US government has been unlawfully spying on pretty much everyone has prompted Mozilla to start this petition.

Of course the surveillance state is on full character assassination mode to demonize Ed Snowden but this is sure to backfire.

After this huge betrayal of the public trust nobody is going to believe the US government when it says that Assange, Manning etc are evil.

The surveillance state has its collective ass hanging out.  No amount of finger-pointing is going to change this.. ;o)

 

US mocked for civilian spying hypocrisy

In Humour, Polytricks on June 13, 2013 at 2:42 pm

You know you have lost all credibility when the Chinese are mocking your police state surveillance powers… ;o)

Great video from NMA TV in Taiwan.

Bradley Manning gets more support

In Polytricks on June 9, 2013 at 8:26 am

Great to see celebrity support for Bradley Manning.

His prosecution for blowing the whistle on war crimes in Iraq totally discredits the Obama administration.

Mind you the Obama administration couldn’t be more discredited after the full extent of unlawful government surveillance was leaked this week.

Here is a video in Manning’s own words to the court why he was compelled to blow the whistle on US war crimes.

Its a ‘through the looking glass world’ where war criminals are protected by the state.

And whistle blowers lives are destroyed for telling truth to power.  The hypocrisy is breathtaking.

Busted! Prism surveillance program out of control

In Nerds only on June 7, 2013 at 9:33 am

The Guardian released two bombshell revelations regarding out-of-control US government surveillance programs.

Anyone paying attention to the post-9/11 police-state takeover of lawful governments suspected this all along.

Everything we do with Microsoft, Google, Youtube, Skype, Yahoo etc is being tapped live and indefinitely retained.

Nobody seems to know why Twitter isn’t on this list, (yet).

There is zero privacy or legal rights in the brave new world of the ‘war on terror’ police-state.

We are all ‘terrorist suspects’ now….

Alex Gibney: Agitpropagandist

In Polytricks on June 3, 2013 at 7:48 am

In a movie worthy of Kathryn Bigelow’s imperialist propaganda, Alex Gibney has produced a slanderous documentary called “We steal Secrets”.

In it he assassinates the characters of Julian Assange and Bradley Manning, but somehow manages to ignore the main issue of reporting US war crimes.

There is a rash of movies coming out to discredit Julian Assange.

Clearly this is an organized media campaign to distract peoples attention from government criminality.

I consider all peoples involved in these propaganda movies hostile to freedom of the press.

I can’t adequately express my contempt for collaborationist swine like Alex Gibney.

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