Openhearted Rebellion

British Prime Minister David Cameron (AFP Photo / Alexey Filippov)British Prime Minister David Cameron (AFP Photo / Alexey Filippov) British Prime Minister David Cameron (AFP Photo / Alexey Filippov)

Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia.

Stephen Cook: Seems when the media keeps exposing the truth and writing about it – just as The Guardian newspaper has been doing with regards the NSA/Snowden leaks –  our ‘fearless’ elected leaders don’t seem to like it, at all. So they start saying things like “it’s not in the national interest” and “it’s a national security issue”. It may only be ‘veiled threats’ at this stage, but the veil is lifting: censorship is passed its ‘use by’ date. That’s how we got into this mess in the first place.

Meanwhile, Dianne Feinstein, chair of the US Senate intelligence committee, appears to be demonstrating that attitudes to spying may be changing among US politicians (see second story below) as the President says he had no idea of the scope of spying by the NSA…

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