The CIA spied on Noam Chomsky since the 1960’s, screamed the headlines of El Telegrafo, an Ecuadorian newspaper yesterday

The CIA  has spied on intellectual dissident Noam Chomsky since the 1960’s, screamed the headlines of El Telegrafo, a newspaper from Ecuador, August 13, 2013 Wonder if the Washington Post, once the main player in spy operation Operation Mockingbird (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Mockingbird), recently purchased by billionaire Jeff Bezo, reported this?  How about the New York Times?  Doubtful.  […]

What the Pope can teach President Barrack Obama

  picture of President Obama at the World Bank  Introduction Barack Obama’s election in 2008 was largely in response to Bush era misconduct. He ran on a platform of Hope and Change — a promise to restore the rule of law, respect civil liberties, and mend relations with the international community. Since his election, Obama […]

Internet Noir: Confession from a hired internet shill/troll

Readers might know that dailycensored.com has been hacked at least twice, very severely.  Once, last year after articles appeared about criminal Kaplan University, blood bank for the Washington Post.  Again, just a few weeks ago after articles appeared about the NSA and their devious Orwellian repressive apparatus. We do not know who is responsible, but […]

Bugging device found in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London: Surveillance Group Limited

The controversy over Ecuador and the US’s continuing full blunt trauma to the head of the tiny South American country seems to never end.  Now the plot thickens with the disclosure that the Ecuadorian Embassy in England was bugged. The London, Guardian newspaper has reported that Ecuador has said it found a listening device in […]

Booz Allen Hamilton: “helping the government insure domestic tranquility” — Edward Snowden

Introduction On June 24th, 2013, The Huffington Post reported that Edward Snowden, the former government contractor who leaked information on the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs, says he sought a job with Booz Allen Hamilton to gather evidence on the agency’s data collection networks (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/24/edward-snowden-booz-allen-hamilton_n_3491203.html). In a June 12, 2013 interview with the South China […]

Lawmakers clamor to prosecute Snowden, but what about prosecuting Holder & Clapper?

The following is being reposted due to potential hacking at Daily Censored that brought down the site when this article was up. Edward Snowden  Edward Snowden publicly acknowledged that he was responsible for disclosing the information about the NSA phone surveillance and Prism programs. He claimed his motive was exposing unlawful conduct by the government […]

Why surveillance is not okay

User 161719 on reddit recently wrote an excellent post on why surveillance is not okay and it needs to be spread as far and wide as possible. I live in a country generally assumed to be a dictatorship. One of the Arab spring countries. I have lived through curfews and have seen the outcomes of […]

Eric Holder’s war on whistleblowers, political activists & journalists is antithetical to democracy and freedom

 Now that the spying on Americans has been thoroughly outed, this is being reposted for readers.  First publication June 1, 2013 Under Eric Holder, the Department of Justice has been employing dubious legal rationales to prosecute whistle blowers and political activists, not to mention to spy on journalists. The Espionage Act of 1917 has been […]