Category Archives: Spy vs. Spy

Our Stable Genius, Part Infinity

The MIT Technology Review email thingie: US threatens to stop sharing intelligence with allies if they use Huawei The US will stop sharing intelligence with countries that use Huawei hardware in their core communication systems, US Secretary of State Mike … Continue reading

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‘But, Her Emails’

According to the failing NYTimes, Chinese spies eavesdrop on Comrade Stupid when he calls friends (he has no friends, so sycophants?) on his personal iPhone(s) to gain insight into his demented thinking. Stupid has been told multiple times that his calls … Continue reading

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Privacy!

Stung by the backlash over a German caught selling secrets to the US and the revelations of surveillance by the National Security Agency, the CIA has stopped spying on friendly governments in western Europe, according to current and former US … Continue reading

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In which GG confuses object and objective

Glenzilla’s March To The Sea® Continues! We’ve already asserted that the Edward Snowden revelations are the story of the year, we agree with Glen about that. However, his defense of his Meal Ticket is both unsightly and unseemly as it … Continue reading

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Smilla’s Sense of Snowden

FiredogLake has an interesting post up on Edward Snowden, essentially saying that the fact that he exists is proof that there is intelligence abuse in the NSA. How many abuses did or did not take place at the National Security … Continue reading

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Freedom of the Press’ Boyfriend

I’ll jump to the chase:

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I’m calling BS

So President Carebear had a press conference on Friday, wherein he generally said (I’m paraphrasing here),”I was going to my homework after dinner, Mom. Honest.” Here’s his actual words: “I don’t think Mr. Snowden was a patriot. As I said … Continue reading

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