Monthly Archives: January 2014

Obama then and now – change we can believe in

Today, US president Obama will declare that nothing is wrong with the total surveillance system that has grown like a tumor in the once freedom and privacy loving grove of democracy the founding fathers envisioned. The surveillance system has indeed … Continue reading

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“They have lied to us”, “again and again and again and again….and again”

Have you ever seen the trailer for “the horribly slow murderer with the extremely inefficient weapon”? If not, check it out on Youtube because it contains a brilliant catch phrase which sums up press coverage on the NSA scandal today. … Continue reading

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Connecting the dots, January

The Guardian writes, that the NSA is supposedly spying on members of the US congress. This is rather odd because they repeatedly denied (even in front of the very congress), to spy on US citizens. The only viable conclusion therefore … Continue reading

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