Mittwoch, 21. August 2013

60 Jahre CIA-Operation Ajax

Umfangreiche Akten der CIA zum Staatsstreich im Iran freigegeben.

Europäische Wälder haben ihre Aufnahmefähigkeit für das Klimagas bald erreicht

Der Speicher ist voll


Warnruf aus der Wissenschaft

Vor einem Anstieg der Temperaturen um vier Grad noch in diesem Jahrhundert warnen international renommierte Klimaforscher.

Snowden-Affäre: Britische Regierung setzte Guardian unter Druck

Angeblich bereits Computer zerstört.

Photojournalist Kate Brooks Reveals the Human Cost of War


Immediately after the September 11 attacks, the then 24-year-old photographer Kate Brooks set out to document the impact of war on civilians.

Too Many Years Of Lies: From Mossadeq to 9/11

By Paul Craig Roberts

Ask yourself why your government thinks you are so totally stupid as to believe such a fairy tale as your government has told you about 9/11.

More Americans Are 'Rethinking' 9/11?

By Ben Swann

According to that poll, 38% of Americans have doubts about the official account of 9/11 and 10% do not believe it at all.


Afghan Civilians, Gunned Down by US Soldier in Massacre, Speak Out


9/11: Evidence of an inside job

The 9/11 Files

Mind bending 9/11 'coincidences'

What the real 9/11 witnesses saw and heard

The 9/11 Solution

Nineteen 9/11 Suspects

9/11 terror network

Bankers, Spooks and 9/11

The companies of 9/11

When the State Attacks Journalism

Obama Pushes for Warrantless Access to Phone Data...Again

'Journalism Is Not Terrorism'

David Miranda, Schedule 7 and the Danger All Reporters Now Face

Six Questions Journalists Should Ask Barack Obama When He Visits (Enter Your Country Name Here)

NSA-Corporate Collusion Built Network to Reach 75% of Internet Traffic

Guardian s Editor in Chief Vows to Continue Publishing NSA Documents

'Sending a Message': What the US and UK Are Attempting To Do

So The Innocent Have Nothing to Fear? After David Miranda We Now Know Where This Leads

Declassified Document Reveals NSA Lies, Flimsy Oversight

'Outing Corporate Evil' One City at a Time

Cynicism is Corporate America s Greatest Weapon: Disarm It


Journalism Under Threat: The Day Government Agents Came and Smashed Our Hard Drives

By Alan Rusbridger
Guardian Editor

As the events in a Heathrow transit lounge, and the Guardian offices, have shown, the threat to journalism is real and growing.

Government Threats to Journalist s 'Signaling Rise of Fascism'


RT talks to WikiLeaks spokesperson, Kristinn Hrafnsson.

UK Media Crackdown: Greenwald s Partner Detained, Guardian Forced to Destroy Snowden Files


Democracy Now! report

DAVID MIRANDA: [translated] I stayed in a room with three different agents that were entering and exiting. They spoke to me, asking me questions about my whole life. They took my computer, my video game, cellphone, everything.

White House was given 'heads-up' over David Miranda detention in UK

As the UK's anti-terror legislation watchdog called for a radical overhaul of the laws that allowed police to confiscate Miranda s electronic equipment, the US distanced itself from the action by saying that British authorities took the decision to detain him.

Obama administration asks Supreme Court to allow warrantless cellphone searches

If the police arrest you, do they need a warrant to rifle through your cellphone? Courts have been split on the question. Last week the Obama administration asked the Supreme Court to resolve the issue and rule that the Fourth Amendment allows warrantless cellphone searches.

Close Cameron aides asked paper to destroy Snowden data

News that Cabinet Secretary Jeremy Heywood and National Security Adviser Kim Darroch were involved drags Cameron into a storm over Britain s response to coverage of leaks from the fugitive U.S. intelligence contractor, a response that left even its U.S. ally talking of the importance of media freedom.

Russia slams UK s 'double standards' over Guardian pressure

The incident at the Guardian office is just another example of 'the double standards practice applied by London in the sphere of human rights,' Lukashevich added.

Thirteen Things the Government Is Trying to Keep Secret from You

By Bill Quigley

Whether people are lying or do not know what they are doing, either way, this is a significant crisis.

The Real, Terrifying Reason Why British Authorities Detained David Miranda

By Bruce Schneier

Both the U.S. and U.K. intelligence apparatuses have enormous money and power, and they have already demonstrated that they are willing to ignore their own laws.

NSA s Surveillance Programs

The 'Most Serious Attacks On Free Speech We Have Ever Seen'

By Josh Levy

The chilling of free speech isn t just a consequence of surveillance. It s also a motive.

U.S. Spy Agency Bugged U.N. Headquarters

By Reuters

Citing secret U.S. documents obtained by fugitive former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, Der Spiegel said the files showed how the United States systematically spied on other states and institutions.

Guardian Editor: 'British More Complacent' about Surveillance

In an interview, Editor-in-Chief Alan Rusbridger talks about his confrontation with the government and why the scandal isn t making waves in Britain.

Google Received NSA Money, but That s Not All

By Natasha Hakimi

Google was right in saying it doesn t have a backdoor for government; its front door is wide open.

Snowden reveals US intelligence s black budget

Edward Snowden has leaked a new top-secret document that for the first time ever publically discloses how the United States spends tens of billions of dollars annually on clandestine spy programs.

U.S. intelligence community s classified 'black budget' for fiscal year 2013

Read the leaked report as published by the Washington Post.

Welcome To Police State USA: Police Beat Man and Knock his Teeth Out


Long beach police beat man and knock his teeth out he is not resisting and still gets tasered.

David Cameron Threatens The Guardian

By Ned Simons

David Cameron has indicated the government may try and use "tougher measures" against The Guardian to prevent it from publishing further revelations about the activities of British intelligence agencies.

Louisiana Police tasered father as son died in house fire

"It s just heartless. How could they be so heartless? And while they all just stood around and waited for the fire department, what kind of police officer wouldn t try and save a three year old burning in a house?"

What is a kill switch?

The US Government s Secret Plan to Shut Off Cellphones and the Internet, Explained.

From Information Clearing House


Miranda s Rights: How Europe Can Learn From Latin America s Independence

Mark Weisbrot, The Guardian: Brazil s action over the detention of Glenn Greenwald s partner shows South American nations no longer toe Washington s line, Mark Weisbrot writes.

The NSA: 'The Abyss From Which There Is No Return'

John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute: 'I often hear many Americans ask, 'if you are not doing anything wrong, why should you care?' writes Whitehead. 'Once the government starts operating outside the law, answerable to no one but itself, there s no way to rein it back in, short of revolution.'


Obama s sinister crackdown on the press

by David Lindorff


We have entered a very dark period in terms of freedom of the press, not to mention the basic freedom of travel, association and privacy, when people like Miranda are detained in this manner. No one has suggested that Miranda, Poitras or Greenwald has broken any law. They are doing what good journalists in a free society are supposed to do. But the US security state, which has its tentacles now spread through most of the world, with client state secret services, such as the police in Britain, doing its bidding...

In the chambers of the secret courts

by Jeffrey St. Clair


Now we have our very own Sun King, a man almost universally praised for his high-learning and enlightened moral conscience. And, like the Bourbon monarch, Barack Obama too has his own dark court, an extrajudicial panel that operates in secret, authorizes domestic spying, wiretaps, detentions, renditions and even summary executions by drone strike...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp


The NSA and Its 'Compliance Problems''Neill


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