In addition to a further exploration of Big Tech and the remarkable advances they are bringing to fruition, this program cements the political and ideological continuity between the political elements inspiring Dylan Roof and the Charleston shooting and the political forces embodied in Ron Paul (Edward Snowden’s political idol) and Glenn Greenwald, Snowden’s leaking journalist of choice. Just as Citizen Greenwald worked pro bono (as an attorney) to protect Nazi organizations from civil judgments against them for advocating mayhem, Ron Paul helped to set the political and ideological template for Dylann Roof’s massacre. We note that the very “libertarians” who are supportive of Snowden–such as Ron Paul financier Peter Thiel–are also deeply involved with surveillance of citizens. A Koch Brothers-funded organization, Students For Liberty, recently honored Edward Snowden and Ron Paul. Much of the program highlights why we are strongly supportive of NSA, warts and all. Facial recognition technology developed by private firms like Microsoft, Google and Facebook are more accurate than anything the government has developed. Who is regulating the deployment of this technology? The program explores the ability of hackers to use smartphone technology to hijack aircraft in flight. Much of the conclusion of the broadcast highlights the stunning advances in health-monitoring technology under development by Apple and Google. Google also helped finance the Competitive Enterprise Institute, as did the Koch brothers and Facebook. The CEI was one of the driving forces behind the most recent [defeated] challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Would you trust Google, or Facebook, with your most intimate health information? The program concludes with a warning that hackers could interdict some of this health-monitoring technology, with potentially murderous results.
Updating “L’Affaire Snowden,” this program analyzes the fundamental political/ideological principles that unite Eddie the Friendly Spook (Snowden) with the corporate entities comprising “Big Tech.” Taking advantage of the notion that “government is bad, but corporations are good” (“post-Reaganoid political dementia”), many of the individuals and companies in the tech world are pursuing and achieving goals that are fundamentally antithetical to democratic principles. Fundamental to the discussion is a brilliant analysis by David Golumbia in “Uncomputing.org” that distills the essence of “technocratic fascism”–the political and social philosophy that unites “coders”–Snowden, Assange and hackers of all stripes–with the corporate giants of Big Tech. Building on a viewpoint similar to that expressed in “The Decline of the West,” by Oswald Spengler (a text fundamental to much of 20th century fascism), they contend that society is broken, the political process is broken, and therefore they have the right–expressed as “natural law”–to do whatever they think is best. Democratic polities are to have no say in their actions, regardless of the potential consequences for the members of those polities. They do not feel that they need “the consent of the governed.” Program highlights include: the presence at the exclusive elite gathering of the Bilderbergers of key Silicon Valley techies including Peter Thiel and Alex Karp of Palanthir; review of the relationship between Ron Paul–Snowden’s political idol–and Thiel; the presence of Third Reich alumni in the Bilderberger gatherings; the anti-labor practices of Big Tech; the role of Big Tech in financing extreme right candidates like Ted Cruz; the drive by the Indian government of Narendra Modi (whose election was aided by EBay’s Pierre Omidyar) to undermine India’s laws against child labor, a synoptic overview of the key elements of our analysis of The Adventures of Eddie the Friendly Spook.
A controversy ensued when it emerged that House majority whip Steve Scalise had attended a meeting of David Duke’s European-American Unity Organization. The newly-seated GOP-dominated congress which Scalise will help to guide began attacking Social Security on its very first day. Specifically, the GOP began attacking the Social Security disability program. These developments serve as a point of entry into our discussion. Snowden is an advocate of eliminating Social Security and the OUN/B fascists running Ukraine are engaging in a similar program to force those in Eastern Ukraine to stop their attempts at secession. The elements of the Snowden/WikiLeaks “op” are networked with Duke, as well. Snowden’s leaking journalist of choice, Nazi fellow-traveler Glenn Greenwald, has been financed by Pierre Omidyar of Ebay, who has also financed the Ukraine coup. The program notes many other elements of confluence between the Snowden/WikiLeaks “op” and the Ukrainian coup. The Snowden/WikiLeaks helped to deep-six Obama’s “reboot with Russia” and also alienate many of the young, idealistic voters who had supported him in 2008, thereby helping to elect the 114th Congress.
Snowden–whom we think is being directed by BND (as well as by an element of CIA)–engaged in his “op” in order to justify a pre-arranged economic offensive against the American IT sector. As we noted in our series on Eddie the Friendly Spook, the Snowden “op” is an act of economic and political warfare against the United States. Now, we note an article that chronicles serious damage to the U.S. high-tech economy as a result of Snowden’s “op.”
Updating our long, detailed discussion of The Adventures of Eddie the Friendly Spook [Snowden] aka “The Peach Fuzz Fascist”, we note a number of things, including: more information that Snowden’s so-called “disclosures” were actually intended to justify a pre-arranged German, EU and Brazilian IT economic warfare offensive against the United States; Snowden’s consummate hypocrisy in disclosing information to Nazi fellow-travelers Glenn Greenwald and Julian Assange that neither should possess; Greenwald’s flacking for the Muslim Brotherhood; German protege and Luxembourg EU Commissioner Viviane Reding’s championing of an EU intelligence agency designed to do exactly what the hypocritical EU complains about when done by the NSA and GCHQ; the recent (declined) offer of inclusion of Germany into the Five Eyes Club; Palantir’s role in spying on Facebook users for the military.
In this post we’re going to take a look at the recent Supreme Court ruling on 4th amendment rights and smartphones and how this ruling could impact the ongoing debate over NSA spying. We’re also going to look at the other side of the coin: the 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination during a time when encryption tools strong enough to thwart law enforcement and the NSA are becoming increasingly mainstream. Is encryption like a strongbox or a wall safe? You might be surprised by just how important that question has become.