Ssssshhhhhhhssss, the NSA is spying o...

Ssssshhhhhhhssss, the NSA is spying on you

Created by Chakotay on Jun 10, 2013

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really

no freakin way

i always knew it

yes

lawwsss cancel christmas

Chakotay

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#107 Jun 12, 2013
Loulou wrote:
I also want to be spied on. I mean that would make me feel important and interesting. Kinda like Mata Hari or something .
Arent you liberal wackos the first to cry foul when youre not getting your way ?

Being in europe you probably know nothing about the bill of rights.

Youre the same poster over in the other forum screaming about all the gay marriage nonsense .

Youre more than proof that liberalism is a mental disorder.

You better go into hidding before someone throws a net over your dumb azzz.
aisling-

Athens, OH

#108 Jun 12, 2013
You got to ask yourself who put him in place. WHO hired him and why?

Paid for his clearance? If so he just blew that forever.
Chakotay

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#109 Jun 12, 2013
aisling- wrote:
"The Resume of NSA Leaker Edward Snowden: Stunning
I'd hate to be in the Public Relations department at government contractor Booz Allen Hamilton this weekend. It's not just the fact that Snowden is/was a Booz employee.
Booz Allen Hamilton, Edward Snowden's employer, is one of America's biggest security contractors and a significant part of the constantly revolving door between the US intelligence establishment and the private sector.
No, let's examine the reported resume of Snowden (dates are estimated):
• Raised in Elizabeth City, North Carolina and later moved to Maryland.
• Attended a community college, but never completed his coursework and never graduated from high school.
• 2003-2004: U.S. Army, discharged after training accident
• 2005: NSA, Security Guard, University of Maryland.
• 2006: CIA, IT security.
• 2007-2009: CIA, diplomatic cover, Switzerland.
• 2009-2013: NSA Contractor, Dell and later Booz Allen Hamilton.
• Salary: around $200,000.
What? Seriously? So a guy who never even graduated from high school (he later reportedly earned a G.E.D.) and started his professional career as a security guard, got hired by a couple of defense contractors and -- at age 29 -- was making $200K a year?
If this story is true, I don't know what's more bizarre: the leak itself or the sheer profligacy of the federal spending machine.
Update 6/11/2013: Booz Allen Hamilton has revealed that Snowden lied about his salary: it was $120,000 -- not $200,000."
http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-...
And it appears that Booz Hamilton's stock has dropped since the leak.
The current of director [sic] of national intelligence (DNI), James Clapper, who issued a stinging attack on the intelligence leaks this weekend, is a former Booz Allen executive."
They are going to do everything they can to discredit snowden.

Just where do you think the NSA obtains their employees ?

Im tellin ya this stuff aint over by a freakin mile..

The NSA isnt going to just sit back and get bitten in the azzz by this guy and you know it.

Theyre in damage control right now...

I just saw general bubkus lie like hello on the evening news claiming that he "didnt know" how it could be done ...the spying that is...

damyuum what a laugh.
aisling-

Athens, OH

#110 Jun 12, 2013
Chakotay wrote:
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They are going to do everything they can to discredit snowden.
Just where do you think the NSA obtains their employees ?
Im tellin ya this stuff aint over by a freakin mile..
The NSA isnt going to just sit back and get bitten in the azzz by this guy and you know it.
Theyre in damage control right now...
I just saw general bubkus lie like hello on the evening news claiming that he "didnt know" how it could be done ...the spying that is...
damyuum what a laugh.
Honestly, from what I've been seeing, he may have been a plant.

As I've said, I don't know which bothers me more, the leak by someone who had a security clearance or the leak it's self.
aisling-

Athens, OH

#111 Jun 12, 2013
*Or should I say, what was leaked out.

If we have people who have security clearances/who turn and leak information at the highest levels, we have a problem on our hands.
Chakotay

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#112 Jun 12, 2013
aisling- wrote:
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Honestly, from what I've been seeing, he may have been a plant.
As I've said, I don't know which bothers me more, the leak by someone who had a security clearance or the leak it's self.
Dont fall for the NSA BS.

Im tellin ya theyre doing damage control or that is what my sources are tellin me.

The big shyytt is getting ready to hit in a few days so be ready cause all hello is going to be set loose.
aisling-

Athens, OH

#113 Jun 12, 2013
Chakotay wrote:
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Dont fall for the NSA BS.
Im tellin ya theyre doing damage control or that is what my sources are tellin me.
The big shyytt is getting ready to hit in a few days so be ready cause all hello is going to be set loose.
As much as I hate the bashing of contractors, one thing I do know is that those who work for contractors do it for the money. What concerns me is that now we will have people coming out of the woodwork who will demand more transparency re the methods our intelligence agencies uses and who are hardcore liberals. As much as I don't care for Obama, the bigger picture is who they will try and take down. What I'm still reflecting on is the fact that Snowden made it very public that he had information that was worth a lot of money to certain people.

As bad as what was leaked was, it should seriously concern people that someone who had a security clearance went public.
aisling-

Athens, OH

#114 Jun 12, 2013
Sh*t. There go the tornado sirens.

Gotta run.

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#115 Jun 12, 2013
aisling- wrote:
Sh*t. There go the tornado sirens.
Gotta run.
It's Obama's fault for all these storms
Chakotay

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#116 Jun 12, 2013
Snowden said that according to unverified documents seen by the Post, the NSA had been hacking computers in Hong Kong and on the mainland since 2009. None of the documents revealed any information about Chinese military systems, he said ... Snowden believed there had been more than 61,000 NSA hacking operations globally, with hundreds of targets in Hong Kong and on the mainland

“Trump-- American Tragedy”

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#117 Jun 12, 2013
Chakotay wrote:
Snowden said that according to unverified documents seen by the Post, the NSA had been hacking computers in Hong Kong and on the mainland since 2009. None of the documents revealed any information about Chinese military systems, he said ... Snowden believed there had been more than 61,000 NSA hacking operations globally, with hundreds of targets in Hong Kong and on the mainland
they have hacked my PC and stole all my porn
Chakotay

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#118 Jun 12, 2013
aisling- wrote:
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As much as I hate the bashing of contractors, one thing I do know is that those who work for contractors do it for the money. What concerns me is that now we will have people coming out of the woodwork who will demand more transparency re the methods our intelligence agencies uses and who are hardcore liberals. As much as I don't care for Obama, the bigger picture is who they will try and take down. What I'm still reflecting on is the fact that Snowden made it very public that he had information that was worth a lot of money to certain people.
As bad as what was leaked was, it should seriously concern people that someone who had a security clearance went public.
Lets put things into perspective....

The NSA violated the Bill of Rights plain and simple and they are able to get away with it scott free?

C'mon ash the NSA cant do that shyttt.

This really has become 1984..

And judging from some of these black posters around the AA forum... "NEWSPEAK" has become the norm.....

now what about that "memory hole"...?
Chakotay

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#119 Jun 12, 2013
iamcuriousnow wrote:
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they have hacked my PC and stole all my porn
Wow, you really do represent a "zen riddle"...

I knew you didnt have it in you to same something intelligent ....at least i wasnt disappointed.
aisling-

Shauck, OH

#120 Jun 12, 2013
Chakotay wrote:
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Lets put things into perspective....
The NSA violated the Bill of Rights plain and simple and they are able to get away with it scott free?
C'mon ash the NSA cant do that shyttt.
This really has become 1984..
And judging from some of these black posters around the AA forum... "NEWSPEAK" has become the norm.....
now what about that "memory hole"...?
Well, right now, again the tornado sirens are blaring so I'll have to get back to you on that.

Gotta run!

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#121 Jun 12, 2013
aisling- wrote:
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Well, right now, again the tornado sirens are blaring so I'll have to get back to you on that.
Gotta run!
Hope you got through the tornadoes OK.

I find this case very intriguing. I have mixed feelings about the guy, but my initial thoughts are that this guy is a douche.
aisling-

Shauck, OH

#122 Jun 12, 2013
Chakotay wrote:
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Lets put things into perspective....
The NSA violated the Bill of Rights plain and simple and they are able to get away with it scott free?
C'mon ash the NSA cant do that shyttt.
This really has become 1984..
And judging from some of these black posters around the AA forum... "NEWSPEAK" has become the norm.....
now what about that "memory hole"...?
I believe there's much more to the story than meets the eye.

I found this interesting...

"Meanwhile, Washington officialdom was left reeling at the revelation that a low-level contractor living in Hawaii, with limited formal schooling and less than three months on the job, was able to extract such sensitive NSA secrets. The NSA's Associate Directorate for Security and Counterintelligence, also known as the "Q Group," reportedly was on Snowden's trail around the same time that last week's leaks appeared. The Washington Post reported that only 30 or 40 people at the NSA should have had access to one of the leaked documents."

Per the National Review...
http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/350676/p...

One thing that doesn't sit well with me is, "In past years
KGB defector Oleg Gordievsky identified prominent Guardian editor Richard Gott as one of his agents. While Gott denied that he received cash, he confessed taking benefits from the KGB on a visit to the Soviet Union.
Gordievsky commented on the newspaper: "The KGB loved the Guardian. It was deemed highly susceptible to penetration."
aisling-

Shauck, OH

#123 Jun 12, 2013
6-7-13

Mark Levin talks about the government and NSA spying on American citizens when they have done nothing wrong...
http://www.marklevinshow.com/common/page.php...

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#124 Jun 12, 2013
Republicans are pretending like they did not know of and did not approve of these acts.
aisling-

Shauck, OH

#125 Jun 13, 2013
Walter Henrickson wrote:
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Hope you got through the tornadoes OK.
I find this case very intriguing. I have mixed feelings about the guy, but my initial thoughts are that this guy is a douche.
Thanks, Walter, I appreciate it.:) As they say, never a dull moment, right? As if people aren't stressed enough, let's add tornadoes into the mix. LOL

My thoughts run along the same line as yours. I think that there's much more to the story. Honestly, I don't know what to make of him but I guess he's no where to be found. I guess only time will tell before we have any definitive answers. It would be interesting to find out how he was able to access the classified documents that he did.

Have a great evening, Walter. I trust that you and yours are well.:)

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Columbus Ohio

#126 Jun 13, 2013
emperorjohn wrote:
Republicans are pretending like they did not know of and did not approve of these acts.
The Bush administration done the very same thing it's ironic that these fools seem to ignore the fact.

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