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Hurricane named "Snowden"

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Political hurricane "Snowden" is gaining momentum. Amazingly, the States themselves inflate it, acting like an elephant in a china shop. One can not remember: who God wants to punish - deprives the mind. Today, He deprived the mind of the States, and they twitch, making one blooper after another.




Forced landing of the aircraft of the President of Bolivia in Austria, and then searching the plane in search of Snowden - this is another great failure, this time not only the secret services, but also the American leadership, pushing through this act of international poaching. “The Spy Snowden” was not found, but they confirmed their illegibility in the media, not being ashamed of dirty methods even in diplomatic relations. Along the way, the European allies were lowered to colonial status: Europe lost both honor and dignity ...

Edward Snowden is not a spy, he did not work for foreign intelligence, and he did not reveal any terrible secrets; he just made it clear what everyone guessed.

This is a classic exposer of the criminal actions of the government, by the way, by definition of the European Parliament, which established in its time that persons who sincerely denounce the illegal actions of their governments, even in violation of their official duties, should receive protection. Snowden exposed the criminal actions of the United States and against Europe, listening to the EU leadership. But he did not receive protection from Europe, and thereby exposed the European lie about “human rights”.

The American agitprop will, of course, continue to lie to its people that Snowden is a spy and a traitor, but this cannot be done infinitely long, and you cannot throw a scarf over the whole world: the global violation of US human rights has become a fact of world politics. As a result weapon "Human rights" are knocked out of American hands, so effective and cheap.

But it is important not to let him rise again, in fact, the situation is not simple: the brute armed to the teeth became a laughing stock in the eyes of the whole world! And laughter kills the mind first ...

But the mind has not left the American society, it remembers the words of President A. Lincoln: "Those who refuse freedom for security are not worthy of one or the other." He did not leave the Europeans either: the head of the European Parliament, Schulz, wonders why the United States behaves towards us as enemies. After all, the United States violated all diplomatic conventions in respect of its European allies ...

Snowden's revelations are widely discussed in Western public opinion, and for many he is a hero! A fighter for real American ideals, an idealist who opposed the invasion of privacy. We must support this alternative West, and at the same time we will see how our human rights defenders will defend Snowden.

This suggests, of course, and analogies. Hurricane "Snowden" is very similar to another hurricane, named "Solzhenitsyn", which once attacked the USSR with exposing materials from the "GULAG Archipelago", the destruction of the Soviet superpower began with it. The word destroys not only cities, but also empires ... However, that hurricane gained destructive power because it supported it and fanned the West in every possible way.

Global electronic surveillance, the NSA-CIA matrix, thrown over the whole world today, is the American equivalent of the GULAG. And we need to talk loudly about it, supporting Snowden, as the United States once supported Solzhenitsyn. It's time for us to pay off old debts ...

At this time, B. Obama declares the United States "a global advocate of peace and freedom, a ray of hope for all people" - this is another analogy with the insane speeches of the CPSU general secretaries on the worldhistorical communism missions! Freedom to the American people, caught in the matrix of the NSA-CIA!
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  1. bomg.77
    bomg.77 8 July 2013 06: 53
    +4
    All this hype with Snowden reminds me of Al Pacino's movie "Simone", when the hero controls a computer halogram and she becomes a star and everyone tries to get to know her.
    1. Nicholas C.
      Nicholas C. 8 July 2013 08: 11
      +2
      Comparing Snowden and Solzhenitsyn is inadequate.
      1. Zerstorer
        Zerstorer 8 July 2013 09: 37
        +7
        Well, it depends on what positions to compare. They can also be considered as agents of influence.
        1. Mizhgan
          Mizhgan 8 July 2013 11: 49
          +2
          Interesting opinion on the situation with Snowden
          http://ru-an.info/news_content.php?id=2397
          The logical chain is traced. Although, nevertheless, we will not learn the whole truth soon.
          1. Lavr75
            Lavr75 9 July 2013 00: 19
            0
            read thanks
      2. Furnace driver
        Furnace driver 8 July 2013 10: 05
        21
        Of course, inadequate: Snowden - basically tells the truth, and Solzhenitsyn - mostly composed. And since in Russia, as in the USSR, only villains live, and according to the propaganda industry of the West the way it is, then we will only support Snowden spies from dictators Asad, Lukashenko, etc. And the good West will show us where Kuzma parents hide with the help of the storyteller Solzhenitsyn.
      3. Ross
        Ross 8 July 2013 15: 13
        +3
        The scandal with Snowden - just revealed the many years of work on the installation of the New World Order - just like George Orwell
      4. kavkaz8888
        kavkaz8888 8 July 2013 16: 05
        -1
        If you swing Snowden to the level of Solzhenitsyn, then it’s completely, only the scale of the personalities is not the same ...
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    3. Apologet.Ru
      Apologet.Ru 8 July 2013 12: 31
      +3
      Of the 27 countries of the European Union, 14 (already!) Adopted the law on same-sex marriage. And in the states, this law was approved by the Supreme Court, and a number of states have passed. I think that there are not many more and laws will be adopted to legitimize bestiality and pedophilia ... And after all, all this is done not in vain, everything is actively being put into practice, including and internationally ... Gay.ropa and P.indostan have same-sex love, and P.indos play a dominant role in this marriage. Looks like a public Austria, without shame, ousted P. Indosam with a servile gaze in their eyes ...
  2. vladimirZ
    vladimirZ 8 July 2013 07: 09
    13
    "Hurricane Snowden" showed all the "delights" of a unipolar world led by the United States.
    Americans can do anything! Violate the norms of diplomatic law, force, on the orders of the United States, not any "banana republics", but large European "democratic" states to detain and inspect the planes of presidents of other states, prohibit aircraft overflights over the territory of European states, order the arrest and return of people to the United States those who disagree with the policy of the US leadership, threaten with violence if their demands are not met.
    "Hurricane Snowden" showed who is the Master in the world and who is his slave, blindly or with certain reservations, carrying out the orders of the Sovereign.
    1. Shumka
      Shumka 8 July 2013 08: 14
      +9
      Yes, but this hurricane also revealed the second part called European freedom of speech and protection of human rights, we all see how the Euroshawk defends Snowden as a person who `` sincerely denounces the illegal actions of the government '' does not receive any support but is subject to European bullying.
    2. smprofi
      smprofi 8 July 2013 15: 39
      +2
      Quote: vladimirZ
      "Hurricane Snowden" showed who is the Master in the world, and who is his slave

      are you talking about this ?:
      our american partners © Great Putin
      1. Cat
        Cat 8 July 2013 19: 36
        +2
        Putin can say anything - that's his job. The Western "common people" also say a lot of things, about freedom, human rights, non-interference in business, and so on. etc. Just think.
        The main thing is who does what.
  3. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 8 July 2013 07: 28
    25
    If you had told someone 20 years ago that Russia would be the defender of freedom of speech, and the states would fiercely "kill" dissidents, they would not have believed. And how the geyrope was lowered in this whole situation, it’s dear to see.
    1. sergey72
      sergey72 8 July 2013 07: 40
      +6
      A geyropa is no stranger .... constantly worth a call-up position - Napoleon, Hitler, USA ....
      1. Mairos
        Mairos 8 July 2013 10: 16
        +3
        It's time for the European Union to legitimize the perverse relations between the geyropa and the USA, and those who are against declaring them some kind of "geyropophobes"))
    2. Che
      Che 8 July 2013 19: 07
      +2
      Global electronic surveillance, the NSA-CIA matrix, thrown over the whole world today, is the American equivalent of the GULAG. And we need to talk loudly about it, supporting Snowden, as the United States once supported Solzhenitsyn. It's time for us to pay off old debts ...

      Snowden is a courageous man, he sees not to occupy willpower and determination to fight for the truth.
      How does Gorky say about the Petrel?
  4. Warrawar
    Warrawar 8 July 2013 07: 46
    +6
    Why the UN emergency meeting has not yet been convened. Why are sanctions to be applied to the United States still not being discussed for violating the rights and freedoms of citizens of the whole world (including the states themselves) and conducting illegal activities against sovereign states.
    1. alexng
      alexng 8 July 2013 08: 20
      +6
      Quote: Warrawar
      Why the UN emergency meeting has not yet been convened. Why are sanctions to be applied to the United States still not being discussed for violating the rights and freedoms of citizens of the whole world (including the states themselves) and conducting illegal activities against sovereign states.


      It is unnecessary. The US callers are already spreading rot to the fullest. Plus, they also have a jamb on a jamb, and drives them with a jamb. Complete degradation due to the lack of a counterweight called the USSR. The main thing now is not to interfere with this - they will torture themselves and destroy themselves. They have already lost their face and in search of their unwashed face, it looks like the bottom will also fall off. Just not to "strip" everyone around bully
    2. Cynic
      Cynic 8 July 2013 10: 46
      +1
      Quote: Warrawar
      Why the UN emergency meeting has not yet been convened.

      If not mistaken then the UN headquarters in New York?
      1. RDS-1
        RDS-1 8 July 2013 13: 20
        +1
        Formally, the building stands on land that is considered an international territory, but this land was bought out and "donated" to the international community with the money of that very Rockefeller. So it's even more obvious.
  5. Canep
    Canep 8 July 2013 07: 47
    +7
    It is believed that Snowden is part of the CIA and NSA operations to promote disinformation. No one knows what else he has written on the flash drive. As planned by the authors, he was supposed to interest China's intelligence. But they did not fall for it and sent him to Moscow. It’s dead matter with Putin to play such games, he naturally didn’t believe that a brainwashed person would leave ZP 200000 bucks a year, a villa in Hawaii and a bride for the sake of some truth that everyone already knows. The operation has gotten out of control and now Snowden is sitting in Sheremetyevo, whom no one has seen there, and who is waiting for him to shelter. And then, the European Khalui decided to land the Evo Moralis plane and look for Snowden in it. I think this provocative misinformation to European friends was leaked by Putin.
    In light of the above, it can be assumed that Snowden will go to some "independent" banana country (Morocco, for example), and from there will quietly disappear over time.
    I ask you not to strictly judge this is only a version.
    1. Predator-74
      Predator-74 8 July 2013 08: 06
      +8
      Quote: Canep
      In light of the above, it can be assumed that Snowden will go to some "independent" banana country (Morocco, for example), and from there will quietly disappear over time.
      I ask you not to strictly judge this is only a version.

      Most likely he is not a double agent. It is difficult to assume that the (political and image) damage that Snowden inflicted may be compensated by something else. As a rule, highly sophisticated spy schemes are not a hobby of Western services. If only a distraction, but then it could be made not so detrimental to the United States.
      We probably won’t know the whole truth anyway.
      1. Canep
        Canep 8 July 2013 08: 30
        +5
        Not sure. The failure to intercept their missile defense missile defense can be part of this operation, and the low effectiveness of their missile defense can be misinformation. In my opinion too low. Not to fall into a single target with a known start point and start time, which also does not create interference and false goals, is too much failure. Ours successfully shot down such missiles 30-40 years ago on Sary-Shagan. And the loss of the image of the United States occurred due to the fact that no one was seduced by this misinformation. As planned by the author, he should not have been in the customs zone of Sheremetyevo. And everyone knew about the wiretap. Anyway, I knew that Skype could be bugged.
    2. dropout
      dropout 8 July 2013 08: 45
      +5
      I put forward this version on June 29 in the commentary to the article "Ecuador was blown away ......" So I was totally minded.
      1. Canep
        Canep 8 July 2013 10: 27
        +1
        Your comment was not noticed at all by 0+ and 0-. But he was. I do not claim priority, I myself came to such conclusions from the analysis of news messages. As you can see, this takes time.
    3. skrgar
      skrgar 8 July 2013 11: 08
      0
      Quote: Canep
      It is believed that Snowden is part of the CIA and NSA operations to promote disinformation. No one knows what else he has written on the flash drive. As planned by the authors, he was supposed to interest China's intelligence. But they did not fall for it and sent him to Moscow. It’s dead matter with Putin to play such games, he naturally didn’t believe that a brainwashed person would leave ZP 200000 bucks a year, a villa in Hawaii and a bride for the sake of some truth that everyone already knows. The operation has gotten out of control and now Snowden is sitting in Sheremetyevo, whom no one has seen there, and who is waiting for him to shelter. And then, the European Khalui decided to land the Evo Moralis plane and look for Snowden in it. I think this provocative misinformation to European friends was leaked by Putin.
      In light of the above, it can be assumed that Snowden will go to some "independent" banana country (Morocco, for example), and from there will quietly disappear over time.
      I ask you not to strictly judge this is only a version.

      Yes, I am also almost sure that this is exactly so! Well, except that "Putin leaked .." And so, you +++
      1. Apologet.Ru
        Apologet.Ru 8 July 2013 12: 45
        +3
        Not only that, one of his fools, the TsRUshnik, was launched into the Moscow metro with a compass and a map, two wigs and a million dollars in his pocket for an FSB officer who would give him the main secrets of Russia ...



        So here is a re-enactment ... Why? Russia does not want to concede in the situation with Syria, not wanting to repeat the history of Libya. Here are the Indians and are trying to arrange a vivid provocation against Russia, in order to properly set up their stupid obese population against Russia. So that they, in their single indignant outburst, support the start of hostilities against Assad, well, they remember that the main enemy of the world’s democracy on earth is Russia ...
        Noise-gum all over the Earth, how can Russia not betray a traitor ?! So what, that P.indostan and Misty P.idrion "the promised land" for any sh.vali escaped from Russia? After all, the light of world democracy has been harmed! Atu him!
        What traitor is he? What did he tell the world from the secret? What p.indos eavesdrop on everyone? Yes, they wanted to lay down at all! All sane people about this, if they did not know, then guessed. Only stupid p.indos could be aroused by such news and raise a high, they say, stop listening to us. Yeah, right now !!! More terrorists will be made accomplices of those who began to resent ...
        1. Petrospek
          Petrospek 8 July 2013 15: 47
          +1
          What does Russia have to do with it? This trait said that the rights of AMERICAN citizens are violated, not Russian! He doesn’t care about Russia as much as a light bulb, he doesn’t give a damn even if here, in Russia people are eating, he did it for the sake of America, not Russia.
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    5. slava7075
      slava7075 8 July 2013 14: 48
      +1
      I thought about Putin too! He decided to play his game in connection with the cards that appeared. And it should be noted that he conducts it very competently. He distanced himself, they say we do not work with him, showed respect to the Americans, in the fact that Snowden will not get Americans from the territory of the Russian Federation "how strange it sounds ... !!! But at the same time it makes them make one mistake after another, exposing them to Although Snowden is not particularly valuable for ours. So a techie who had access to information. If they wanted to, they could protect. And so there is a lot of screeching and little wool
    6. Fin
      Fin 8 July 2013 22: 33
      0
      It also seems to me that Snowden is a planned action. If the Yankees wanted to catch him, then there is nothing easier than not making a fuss and waiting for him to get asylum in Ecuador and steal him from there. But he was specially planted in Moscow thinking that we would now seize on him, grant citizenship, etc. Now they are yelling, screaming, and he is de jure not in Russia, the horse has eaten GDP in this matter. And why do we need him, his level is too small, this is not prof. spy with a list of agents and appearances. Let him go where he wants. International scandal does not work.
      But how many stocks amers allowed are too much. 3 countries closed the airspace, Austria searched the plane - gross violations of int. rights. France can now be frowned upon.
      Zadornov is right - They are stupid.
  6. SPACE
    SPACE 8 July 2013 08: 07
    +3
    quote "... let's see how our human rights defenders will defend Snowden" ...
    Tell me who you protect and I will say who you are. Although, in my opinion, it is clear who these midfielders are protecting ... If in the USA the loss of mind is the result of an allergy to him, then he definitely needs to be given asylum, so to speak, to put them with an NPO into his own dermo even more.
    Z.Y. So a note to shit, liberals and other lovers of the American dream.
    1. RDS-1
      RDS-1 8 July 2013 13: 28
      0
      Quote: SPACE
      Tell me who you protect and I will say who you are.

      Quite the opposite: "Tell me who protects you, and I will tell you who you are." Otherwise, everything is correct.
    2. Petrospek
      Petrospek 8 July 2013 15: 53
      0
      no, ours will not give him asylum. But what if they have money in foreign banks?
  7. Dejavu
    Dejavu 8 July 2013 08: 08
    11
    The nerd bespectacled man opened his eyes to everyone and everything. Yeah.

    Prostitute Europa was twisted for the sight of a foreign object in the nth narrow place, but then smiled at the owner, as before and took the usual position of "cancer". The French whore screamed the loudest at the beginning, and now she licks his heels as before. Oil painting. Why am I convinced that the gay European leaders were not quite sincerely surprised by PRISM, but pretended to be amazed for their fellow citizens.
    1. alexng
      alexng 8 July 2013 08: 24
      +2
      Quote: dejavu
      The nerd bespectacled man opened his eyes to everyone and everything. Yeah.


      As they say in Odessa: "Don't tell my slippers". Everyone has already seen everything ...
      1. Rus.tiger
        Rus.tiger 8 July 2013 08: 52
        +7
        Quote: alexneg
        Everyone saw it all ...

        The dark prophecies of Orwell, Huxley, Bradbury and other Western science fiction writers have become an unconditional reality. And in this reality each of us will now have to live, from birth to death. The "good old world" in which at least the illusion of the self of human existence existed is no longer there.
        Rather, this illusion is still possible if you stop using mobile communications and dialing, but this "flight to the past" will inevitably be associated with many other problems and restrictions.
        But that's just the first side of Hurricane Snowden. There are others.
        For example, a beautiful utopia (?) About the free exchange of information on a scale of all mankind, "over barriers", will turn out to be just a beautiful utopia, behind which a much less attractive reality is hidden.
        (There are, of course, all sorts of "shadow networks like {Fido}, where all sorts of hacks and pedophiles are now mostly grazing - but this, with some effort on the part of specialists, is also amenable to control)
        The information space has now been openly declared a space of war, where the existing geostrategic actors collide with each other according to all the laws of military operations, win or suffer defeat in an "electronic war" with absolutely real consequences for themselves and their opponents. This means that very soon there will be "borders" and "sovereign territories" here, where the appearance of "enemies" will be strictly prohibited and resolutely suppressed.
        In addition, and this "drive it into your brain !!!!!!" - humanity was divided according to the levels of access to information, when "selected" computer gurus with the help of their special knowledge and skills through various kinds of network technologies will be able to destabilize even the largest states of the world and establish their "invisible power" in them.
        In other words, "Hurricane Snowden" has become a kind of "focal point" of those changes in the life of mankind that have occurred over the past 20-25 years. From these positions, the further personal fate of a man named Edik Snowden is hardly of any fundamental importance. Regardless of what happens to him in the future, the technologies and methods of electronic surveillance and control of modern special services over society disclosed by Snowden will not go anywhere. Moreover, every year they will become more sophisticated, all-encompassing and, accordingly, effective.
  8. Vrungel78
    Vrungel78 8 July 2013 08: 25
    +4
    American descendants of convicts crossed among themselves (they are also thieves, murderers, various swindlers). What can you expect from them, the gene pool is flawed. It's a pity in the face to give no one.
  9. Jarserge
    Jarserge 8 July 2013 08: 41
    11
    It would be nice for the author to know that Solzhenitsyn is just a collector and publisher of camp folklore. And the fall, the collapse of the USSR began at the moment when someone Khrushchev forbade special services to oversee party bureaucrats. As a result, the Yakovlevs, Gorbachevs and other Yeltsins appeared
  10. strange and pretty meaningless
    strange and pretty meaningless 8 July 2013 08: 43
    +4
    Snowden exposed the criminal actions of the United States and against Europe, listening to the leadership of the EU. But he did not receive protection from Europe, and this also exposed the European lie about “human rights”.
    laughing For some reason, everyone barks at the Amer prism. Read carefully about the British tempor The volume of the stuffed with the British is more than that of the merikos. Moreover, the Anglo-Bonds spy on both their neighbors and the Merikos.
    We look here: The new exposure of Snowden, carried out, like the previous ones, through the British Guardian, provoked an immediate reaction at the state level in the European Union. German Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger on Saturday, June 22, assessed the information about the British Tempora as a "disaster".

    http://regnum.ru/news/polit/1675640.html#ixzz2YQSKjsDt
    The most interesting thing is that England is in a noise like be and out of business. Srach between the EU and the USA. And the role of Britain in the EU is the neighbors of the eurozone. Its currency is its secrets.
    1. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 8 July 2013 13: 37
      +1
      "The volume of spied" is incorrect. This volume is the whole network ONLY. It used to be necessary to follow someone or something. Now it is enough just to take the necessary portion of absolutely open information. Operational volumes, that is, what was taken for statistical samples, was for some reason declared the ultimate goal.
      Keeping track of anything and anyone, absolutely any person or place, is limited only by the software and the power of your computer (remember, six months ago we strangled the manufacturer of supercomputers with us. Do you remember who strangled?), As well as hardware. Because it’s easy to track that the next mighty scoop went through the network, pulling out what he wanted. Then the players check - who is it so curious? And woe to those who simply have the power, but no cannons, machine guns, tanks, planes! Will kill...
  11. Lukich
    Lukich 8 July 2013 08: 52
    +5
    Freedom to the American people, caught in the matrix of the NSA-CIA!


    ... I propose the adoption of the Snowden Law - for those who violate human rights around the world ...
  12. pensioner
    pensioner 8 July 2013 09: 04
    +6
    Thanks a lot to the author. Only comparing Snowden with Solzhenitsyn is wrong, it seems to me. Snowden differs from him in that he told the TRUTH, and "exposing materials of the" Gulag Archipelago ", - the vile FALSE !!
    As Solzhenitsyn didn’t suck all his fingers when he wrote libel, it’s a mystery of medicine ...
    1. lewerlin53rus
      lewerlin53rus 8 July 2013 09: 14
      0
      I put the article as a minus. You can not compare the publication of documents with evidence and facts with, if I may call it, a work of art based on fiction mixed with grains of truth.
    2. omsbon
      omsbon 8 July 2013 18: 49
      +1
      Quote: retired
      As Solzhenitsyn didn’t suck all his fingers when he wrote libel, it’s a mystery of medicine ..

      Big plus ++++++
      Harried, aptly noticed!
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 8 July 2013 19: 43
        -1
        Well, that ... 1: 1. I'm talking about Solzhenitsyn, you're talking about the descendants of the Roman legionnaires ... I then really had a long laugh. We are working on jokes more ...
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    1. z-exit
      z-exit 8 July 2013 10: 51
      -1
      Quote: Rus.Tiger
      Global Organization of Video Surveillance of Objects (G.O.V.N.O.)


      Your information "G.O.V.NA." not worth a damn.
      Phahaha
      1. Rus.tiger
        Rus.tiger 8 July 2013 12: 34
        +1
        Well, yours "dotted the" Yo "and helped Snowden in his" fight "for... WHAT ???
        That he "opened his eyes." ... ... FOR WHAT??? ... ... ... TO WHOM ??? fool
        What did he say such that they do not know the special. world services ???
        Yes, everyone was engaged in this (the KGB is an exception ???) and are doing it with varying degrees of rudeness.

        One in the women's bath put a web, the other in OWN warehouse, the third put a spy on his wife, the fourth SMS-ki can intercept or key codes on the signalization of a car for the purpose of hijacking, fifth. . .
        And the amers spied / eavesdropped / sniffed at presidents and other big figures in politics and business. And this cannot but continue. Such is our "selyavi". ... ...
        Now we also "learned" about it. SO WHAT??? What changed?

        And Edika is still grounded! Not the ones, the others.
        Some of them are intended to ostracize other “generals of the kalugins”, others are like a used mattress. ... ... In a month everything will calm down as in the case of Anka Chapmanova.
        Amen. . .
  14. Old warrant officer
    Old warrant officer 8 July 2013 09: 11
    +7
    Believe it or not, but for several years now I've been sewing the camera’s eye with tape on my beech. One acquaintance showed how to remotely turn it on and quietly control the situation. And nothing gives out this surveillance, and data can be sent anywhere
    1. Rus.tiger
      Rus.tiger 8 July 2013 09: 45
      +1
      Quote: Old Warrant Officer
      but for several years now I have been using tape to seal the eye of the camcorder with my tape.

      So do I. A piece of black duct tape. Especially after the case before last year, when one who was too naughty forum fulyugan was ambushed remotely by a rootkit in the computer. (Not without the help of the Snowdens, of course.) Then they looked at him through the peephole, fumbled for the screw and found him in Dzerzhinsk. We arrived, chirped nicely and returned him his nubuck after he closed the clearing in the local vomiting.

      By the way, Windows can do this already from the moment of installation. This is called "Remote Administration". Many administrators of firms put the program "RAdmin" to their "colleagues" and take control of any computer.

      Quote: Old Warrant Officer
      And nothing betrays this surveillance

      Gives out a lot. You just need to know where to look. Often such programs work in tandem with others ("rootkit / bootkit" /, which hide the work of the "administrator".
      I would find Snowden in a couple of minutes.

      I would also . . . yes hi
    2. Mobidic
      Mobidic 8 July 2013 21: 04
      0
      Quote: Old Warrant Officer
      for several years now I have been sealing the camcorder’s eye with tape

      Video yes, it is not recorded, but sound recording remains bully
      Every time I look at the webcam from the computer and annoying that they can stare at my belly. Pulling out the camera after each conversation is already tired.
      1. Rus.tiger
        Rus.tiger 9 July 2013 02: 01
        0
        Quote: Mobidic
        Video yes, it is not recorded, but sound recording remains

        An absolutely groundless statement. Indicates minimal knowledge of IT technology / respectful /. Firstly, any record will immediately take away the resource from the computer in the form of slowing down the entire system. And the more "pumped up the car" is, the less noticeable it will be for the user. On a weak (by configuration) nubuck, the side operation involved is immediately identified.
        Secondly. Why write about your belly on your own screw, if you need, for example, me to post on some resources with some kind of dark deeds? And here is the Internet speed bottleneck for transmitting this video to me through multiple servers. With sound it is easier - it is transmitted faster, "weighs" less. The pictures are about the same.
        Look at the possibilities of such prog -

        http://3domen.com/index.php?newsid=5714

        And these are only the most "harmless" vehicles. elementary school level The "serious guys" and the toys are more serious and have leverage on providers.
        Yet. Any such program always has two parts. One "server" for me, the second "client" for you. And how it gets to you is a separate song that goes beyond the scope of this site.

        Threat. Here I am like Snowden. Who will give me citizenship now? what laughing bully
  15. pippo
    pippo 8 July 2013 09: 13
    0
    Quote: Predator-74
    Quote: Canep
    In light of the above, it can be assumed that Snowden will go to some "independent" banana country (Morocco, for example), and from there will quietly disappear over time.
    I ask you not to strictly judge this is only a version.

    Most likely he is not a double agent. It is difficult to assume that the (political and image) damage that Snowden inflicted may be compensated by something else. As a rule, highly sophisticated spy schemes are not a hobby of Western services. If only a distraction, but then it could be made not so detrimental to the United States.
    We probably won’t know the whole truth anyway.


    Secrets are usually revealed after 50-70 years, when they are no longer relevant.
  16. alexdol
    alexdol 8 July 2013 09: 15
    +2
    "You will involuntarily remember: whom God wants to punish - he deprives of reason. Today He has deprived the mind of the States, and they twitch, making one blunder after another."
    Yes, God deprived the whole west of REASON, and for a long time!
  17. pensioner
    pensioner 8 July 2013 09: 22
    +1
    Quote: pippo
    Secrets are usually revealed after 50-70 years, when they are no longer relevant.

    The British would argue ... About the flight of Hess, everything is prolonged and extended ... Yes, and ours with "Trust" are also in no hurry .. And when was it? At 26th the operation was over! A little more - and 100 years!
  18. lewerlin53rus
    lewerlin53rus 8 July 2013 09: 32
    +1
    Quote: Old Warrant Officer
    I’ve been sealing my camcorder’s eyelet with tape on my beech for several years

    Have you tried to contact the doctor?
    1. Rus.tiger
      Rus.tiger 8 July 2013 10: 12
      0
      In vain irony. . .
      I can demonstrate and even give a couple of tips on how to implement it. Surprise how it turns out to be technically simple.
      Of course there are as many as 4 (!) Articles in the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation for such "acts", but, you yourself understand that they can be "bypassed on a crooked mare."

      Think about "our experiment". ... ... hi
      1. Danafxnumx
        Danafxnumx 8 July 2013 12: 45
        0
        But how can I check the connection?
  19. Victor Kamenev
    8 July 2013 09: 46
    +3
    Regarding the comparison of Snowden and Solzhenitsyn. It is not about the authenticity or nature of these information hurricanes, but about their strength of influence on the minds. It doesn't matter, after all, Snowden's double or triple agent, most likely he is not an agent at all, but a real programmer who worked under a contract. It is important that he introduced into the public space concrete facts exposing the CIA-NSA, and gave us, all free people of the earth, a reason to campaign against US information aggression.
    1. basal
      basal 8 July 2013 10: 39
      0
      Do you seriously think that Solzhenitsyn until the 90s had any influence on the minds of Soviet citizens? Well, you would still remember Sakharov. Well, yes, they were actively advertised on the Voice of America and the BBC and nothing more. Do not overestimate the influence of Western propaganda on the collapse of the Union. This is our internal disgrace, not without the active support of our Western "friends", of course, but they themselves are to blame.
      Well, Snowden is just shallow. He did not reveal any secrets, and he probably does not know. All his value as a source of information is that he is an active employee of the NSA.

      My version of events.
      A provocation was being prepared against Russia, otherwise somehow we completely got rid of the line of your regional committee, it's time to rein in it. It didn't work out. It was planned, apparently, that the "valuable cadre" would be immediately provided with asylum. They did not provide it, because the frame is not valuable, but it carries it with a provocation.
      Well, whoever launched a disinformation with Morales’s plane in response, even fanned everything so beautifully, remains behind the scenes. Therefore, we consider dividends. The US and the EU plunged into the substance at the most I can not. Such a flagrant violation of international diplomatic agreements is somehow not to be recalled.
      Who is the winner? Morales himself, of course. The image in Latin America has jumped incredibly. Even Mexico, which is usually silent, protested to the US and Europe. Russia? Yes, she jumped off the hook, does not let go of the "valuable frame" yet, but it seems that it does not hold. China? Does not look like. Who knows, though? Snowden flew to Moscow from Hong Kong ...
  20. Egen
    Egen 8 July 2013 10: 12
    0
    "He did not reveal any terrible secrets; he just made it clear what everyone guessed about."
    - that's right, everyone does it, only someone has better technique and, accordingly, success, and someone does not, and why talk about it. In "espionage circles" :) this is not accepted. Everyone knows about everyone and is silent, and if someone "blabbed" something that everyone already knows, it means that someone needs something _for something_.
  21. faraon
    faraon 8 July 2013 10: 40
    +1
    He set the article as a minus, not because it supports Snowden, exposes America or even a Special Service. Snowden did not report anything new. Throughout the centuries, since the Roman Empire, there were so-called special services that were engaged in protecting state secrets. The telegraph also appeared and read the dispatches, the telephone was also tapped and recorded, the radio intercepted, decrypted, etc. etc., and no one said anything about this, what was new about Snowden? And you dear forum users, don’t you know that all social networks, forums and other types of vertical communication are information gathering with a minimum investment of funds. You don’t have any idea That it’s absolutely legal since you yourself are putting everything about you into a credit card. So what's new about Snowden?
    As for me, this is a new US project in the field of misinformation, and Snowden is just a pawn in this game for lice, the United States did everything to check the reaction of the whole world to such a demarche. See that there is no hysteria for human rights defenders, the UN is silent about the violation of human rights, All the geyropa just chuckles in his mustache. And the banana republics are trying to get closer to a stronger partner in order to grab the tranche for free and forget to give it away. And also get the support of a stronger partner. This seems to me a new round of the Cold War only now in cyber space
    1. Cynic
      Cynic 8 July 2013 10: 59
      +1
      Quote: faraon
      The United States has done everything to test the reaction of the whole world.

      The main thing is why?
      What do the Yusovtsi want to do to check for lice on such a scale ?!
      I think even direct aggression against Syria does not pull.
      Iraq? It is also doubtful.
      Russia ?
      Nobody stole a nuclear case like that.
      Now, if something is on the financial front ...
      request
      Quote: faraon
      The whole geyropa only chuckles in a mustache

      Politely speaking _ Very old stamp.
      1. faraon
        faraon 8 July 2013 11: 48
        0
        Yes, I thought so too, why ??? America is a country of pragmatism, where the presence of dollars is ruled by the country and the minds of people. Working in the state’s security system (that is, to be a civil servant with all the social benefits that follow from here (and believe me not a little) having income 200000 dollars a year, a villa in Hawaii, the bride. and go into hermits, social outcasts, you need to be not only an idiot, but .....
        here it seems different to me, this is a trial ball of the States how the world community will react to it, and also show the whole world that the older brother is not asleep and is thinking about you.
        Look, even Putin didn’t give an intelligible answer. Yes, and if Snowden possessed strategic information, he would have long been lost on the prastors of Russia and no transit zone in Sheremetyevo would have saved him.
        1. Cynic
          Cynic 8 July 2013 12: 00
          +1
          Quote: faraon
          would have long been lost on the prastors of Russia

          From Hong Kong would not be released! Well, what the Chinese are eager for information and then ...
        2. fisherman
          fisherman 8 July 2013 22: 05
          0
          Look, even Putin did not give an intelligible answer.


          listen attentively to the word "human rights activist", and everything will become simple and intelligible

          always looking for someone who benefits and what exactly benefits

          everything else (including internet comments) is "hair from a pig"
    2. lewerlin53rus
      lewerlin53rus 8 July 2013 11: 49
      0
      Quote: faraon
      no hysteria for human rights defenders, the UN is silent about human rights violations

      If they talk, then tomorrow they will go to the porch to fight.
  22. pensioner
    pensioner 8 July 2013 10: 59
    0
    Quote: basal
    Do you seriously think that Solzhenitsyn had any influence on the minds of USSR citizens before the 90s? Well, you would still remember Sakharov.

    They had, had ... And Sakharov (to a lesser extent) and Solzhenitsin. The archipelago of the gulag was ripped out of each other's hands, they read in the printouts on the EU-kah, "butting a calf with an oak tree", clinging to the radio receivers, listening quietly in the voice of America, his sermons on the radio retold freedom. They were showing this to each other. I remember well.
    1. basal
      basal 8 July 2013 13: 20
      0
      Oh, don't tell me! If you are from the "liberal intelligentsia", then maybe. Personally, as a Soviet engineer, I was interested in completely different questions. And I also occasionally listened to the "voices", there was more information there than in the Soviet press. But in order to listen to the graphomaniac Solzhenitsyn ... Sorry.
  23. 3030
    3030 8 July 2013 11: 09
    +1
    This article would be in foreign publications.
  24. Nikitin
    Nikitin 8 July 2013 11: 11
    +1
    What kind of political and image damage did Snowden do? On the contrary, the globalizers directly told the layman: "Sit down and do not croak, we are looking after you, you live among wild monkeys in Brazil or are marching on a gay parade in democratic Europe - do not spoil and do as you are told!" Well, Don Pedro and Jean Paul found out that their big brother reads their correspondence and listens to their conversations, that after that they would throw out their smartphone and turn off their Intranet? On the contrary, they will run even faster to implant microchips in order to experience a sense of security and quickly join the "golden billion". So Snowden, in my opinion, is an information preparation for the next stage of globalization and a demonstration of who is driving it.
    1. SIT
      SIT 8 July 2013 12: 05
      +1
      Quote: Nikitin
      So, Snowden, in my opinion, is information preparation for the next stage of globalization and a demonstration of who is driving it.

      Exactly. And landing with a search of the plane of the President of Bolivia is not a puncture. All this taken together insolent, self-confident spit in the face of the whole world, to everyone living. Those who really rule this world tell us all - you are nobody, camp dust! All your rights and freedoms are not written in your constitutions, but in the instructions to the PRISM system, and these instructions are not written for you, but for those who are watching you. So keep quiet all the time and don’t blather, but it’s better to support and run as you ordered. Take the example from Austria, Spain and the rest of Europe. Big Brother is gradually showing his face without the mask of democracy and liberalism. And this is not happening to them somewhere there. This happens with us, because the planet has become quite small and it will not work to take refuge in its national world. The global economic ties are too great. National subsistence farming does not survive. So don’t ask for whom the bell tolls, it rings for you (C).
  25. Nikitin
    Nikitin 8 July 2013 11: 11
    0
    What kind of political and image damage did Snowden do? On the contrary, the globalizers directly told the layman: "Sit down and do not croak, we are looking after you, you live among wild monkeys in Brazil or are marching on a gay parade in democratic Europe - do not spoil and do as you are told!" Well, Don Pedro and Jean Paul found out that their big brother reads their correspondence and listens to their conversations, that after that they would throw out their smartphone and turn off their Intranet? On the contrary, they will run even faster to implant microchips in order to experience a sense of security and quickly join the "golden billion". So Snowden, in my opinion, is an information preparation for the next stage of globalization and a demonstration of who is driving it.
  26. gregor6549
    gregor6549 8 July 2013 11: 16
    -3
    In my opinion, you just need to do with Snowden, Once you have betrayed your country, let it deal with you. At the same time, there would be a lesson to potential Russian traitors. And the same America would not have hid them. And the fact that the United States is following its partners so who and when did not follow them. Everything and always. For that, intelligence services exist to keep abreast of who is breathing today and what. And then after all, today he seems to be a partner, and tomorrow you look already the worst enemy.
    1. Cynic
      Cynic 8 July 2013 11: 23
      0
      Quote: gregor6549
      Once he betrayed his country,

      In what sense betrayed? On the contrary, he revealed the illegal activities of the special services!
      From the fact that something is committed by the state, the legality of this action does not follow!
      wink
      1. Anti
        Anti 8 July 2013 11: 36
        0
        Quote: Cynic
        In what sense betrayed? On the contrary, he revealed the illegal activities of the special services!


        What was he thinking when he signed the non-disclosure? Or is this practice not there? If he signed, then who is he?
        1. Cynic
          Cynic 8 July 2013 12: 05
          0
          Quote: Anti
          What was he thinking when he signed the non-disclosure?

          And what is there in black and white there is a record _ I swear to keep secret the anti-constitutional activities of the office?
          I think the opposite.
          This is not humor, the main thing in geyevrope is a document, according to which precisely such exposers are not subject to extradition!
          And what do they get out?
          wink
          1. Anti
            Anti 8 July 2013 12: 17
            0
            Quote: Cynic
            And what is there in black and white there is a record _ I swear to keep secret the anti-constitutional activities of the office?


            well, who do you think is the person who has jeopardized the national interests of his country?
            1. Cynic
              Cynic 9 July 2013 17: 51
              0
              Quote: Anti
              a man who has jeopardized the national interests of his country

              Hmm, national interests?
              National interests - objectively significant goals and objectives of the national state as a whole.

              Then only by Machiavelli _ Finis sanctiflcat media / The end justifies the means.
              But what’s the purpose?
              Protecting US People and Statehood? I think the last thing.
              And in general, why did a person who published violations of the law suddenly become a traitor?
              More precisely, documented something that everyone already knew about!
              1. Anti
                Anti 10 July 2013 12: 29
                0
                Quote: Cynic
                Then only by Machiavelli _ Finis sanctiflcat media / The end justifies the means.

                End justifies the means
                Latin: Finis sanctiflcat media [finis sanctioned media]
                It is traditionally believed that these words belong to the famous Italian thinker, historian and statesman Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527), the author of the famous treatises "Sovereign" and "Discourses on the First Decade of Titus Livius." But this is a mistake - there is no such expression in the creative heritage of this outstanding political scientist of the Middle Ages.

                In fact, this dictum belongs to the Jesuit Escobar and is the motto of the Jesuit order and, accordingly, the basis of their morality (see LN Velikovich, Vatican Black Guard. M., 1985). "
                http://www.bibliotekar.ru/encSlov/22/8.htm

                Quote: Cynic
                More precisely, documented something that everyone already knew about!


                Ok, he leaked the Swiss banker’s special services as well. Does that already attract the Trojan, the goal? There are many questions. But he is theirs, but a traitor.
                1. Cynic
                  Cynic 10 July 2013 18: 37
                  0
                  Quote: Anti
                  Actually

                  Essentially, here it is more likely a question of Machiavellianism _
                  The basis of political behavior is profit and power; in politics, one should rely on power, not morality, which can be neglected if there is a good purpose.

                  Therefore, this statement is associated with Machiavelli.
                  So, now about the Jesuits
                  Quote: Anti
                  End justifies the means
                  Latin: Finis sanctiflcat media [finis sanctioned media]

                  Closer in meaning "By any means," for their own.
                  Well, for society
                  The Society of Jesus motto is "Ad maiorem Dei gloriam" (To the increasing glory of God)

                  In conclusion
                  On March 13, 2013, the representative of the Order of Jesus was first elected to the Pope. He became the cardinal, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who took the name Francis. By the way, Francis I!
                  Moreover, Yusovtsy warned Russia about unpleasant consequences for Russia if it would facilitate Snowden’s flight to the country that granted him asylum. So far, like Venezuela.

                  But the Cossack is mishandled ?!
                2. Cynic
                  Cynic 10 July 2013 20: 10
                  0
                  Quote: Anti
                  Yet he is theirs, but a traitor.

                  Former US CIA officer Edward Snowden emphasized that he never passed on any information to the governments of Russia or China. This was announced today by the electronic version of the British newspaper "Guardian".
                  "I have never provided any information to any of these governments, and they have never taken anything from / the contents / of my laptops," Snowden said.
                  Thus, in an interview with the journalist of the publication, he categorically refuted the statements of some media that he had disclosed to the authorities of these countries the top secret information of the American intelligence services.

                  http://www.itar-tass.com/c588/803236.html
                  Edward Snowden assured that he did not transmit any information to the authorities of China or the Russian Federation
                  1. Anti
                    Anti 11 July 2013 03: 00
                    0
                    Quote: Cynic
                    Former US CIA officer Edward Snowden emphasized that he never passed on any information to the governments of Russia or China. This was announced today by the electronic version of the British newspaper "Guardian".


                    Very instructive for him was one case when, according to him, CIA operatives tried to recruit a Swiss banker in order to obtain secret banking information. Snowden says that they got their way by specially drinking a banker, and then putting him behind the wheel of a car. When the banker was arrested for drunk driving, a secret agent trying to make friends with him offered to help, and as a result, a contact was established between them, leading to recruitment over time.

                    “Much of what I saw in Geneva made me very disappointed with how my government works and what impression it has in the world,” he says. “I realized that I am part of something that does much more harm than good.”

                    According to him, during a CIA trip to Geneva, he first thought about revealing classified documents.

                    the Guardian


                    original link: http: //www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/09/edward-snowden-nsa-whis
                    tleblo
                    wer-surveillance

                    At the expense of the mistress, such an opinion is created and not only for me. However, do not forget that information or misinformation is going along with him, possibly through the same media.

                    By doing good deeds one can incur hatred in the same way as evil ones.
                    Niccolo Machiavelli
    2. 128mgb
      128mgb 8 July 2013 11: 58
      +2
      At the same time, the lesson to potential Russian traitors would be
      It's not even funny, name at least one traitor issued by the United States
    3. ultra
      ultra 8 July 2013 12: 55
      0
      Quote: gregor6549
      And the same America would not have hid them.

      Do not write such bullshit! They hid, hide and will hide!
  27. user
    user 8 July 2013 11: 26
    +3
    Nicaraguan media released Snowden's letter
    On July 6, 2013, the Nicaraguan media published a letter from the former CIA and NSA contractor Edward Snowden to the country's diplomatic department, in which he seeks asylum. The country's authorities do not comment on the accuracy of the published text.
    The letter is dated June 30, 2013, written in English, addressed to “representatives of the Republic of Nicaragua” and contains the following lines in translation (cited by RIA Novosti):
    I, Edward Snowden, a U.S. citizen, apply for asylum in the Republic of Nicaragua due to the threat of persecution by the United States and its agents, which is caused by my decision to publicize serious violations of the US government’s own constitution, in particular the Fourth and Fifth Amendments, and various UN agreements to which my country is a party. Given these circumstances, I consider it unlikely that a fair trial of me or due treatment before the trial; I am threatened with life imprisonment or even death.
    In the original, this part of the letter reads as follows:
    I, Edward Snowden, citizen of the United States of America, request asylum in the Republic of Nicaragua because of the risk of being persecuted by the government of the United States and its agents in relation to my decision to make public serious violations on the part of the government of the United States of its Constitution, specifically of its Fourth and Fifth Amendments, and of various treaties of the United Nations that are binding on my country. I believe that, given these circumstances, it is unlikely that I would receive a fair trial or proper treatment prior to that trial, and face the possibility of life in prison or even death.
    Recall that yesterday the authorities of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Bolivia announced their readiness to provide asylum to Snowden. However, the matter is complicated by the fact that the former special services contractor is currently supposedly located at the Moscow Sheremetyevo airport, and he does not have a legal safe way to get to the countries that are ready to accept it.
    http://ru.wikinews.org/wiki/%D0%A1%D0%9C%D0%98_%D0%9D%D0%B8%D0%BA%D0%B0%D1%80%D0
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    B0%D0%BB%D0%B8_%D0%BF%D0%B8%D1%81%D1%8C%D0%BC%D0%BE_%D0%A1%D0%BD%D0%BE%D1%83%D0%
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  28. user
    user 8 July 2013 11: 27
    -1
    Copy of published Radio Ya letters
  29. faraon
    faraon 8 July 2013 11: 54
    0
    Quote: gregor6549
    In my opinion, you just need to do with Snowden, Once you have betrayed your country, let it deal with you. At the same time, there would be a lesson to potential Russian traitors. And the same America would not have hid them. And the fact that the United States is following its partners so who and when did not follow them. Everything and always. For that, intelligence services exist to keep abreast of who is breathing today and what. And then after all, today he seems to be a partner, and tomorrow you look already the worst enemy.

    Why did he betray, he defends with his deed the US Constitution on the right to freedom of speech, well, and the fact that he fell under the hand, well, who doesn’t happen to anyone. (The structures in which Snowden worked do not take from the street, but they select very hard , and the signed obligations oblige you to keep your mouth shut) so this is what I think the test ball of the American state depot into the pocket of the world community
  30. 128mgb
    128mgb 8 July 2013 11: 55
    +2
    Quote: Canep
    It’s dead matter with Putin to play such games, he naturally didn’t believe that a brainwashed person would leave ZP 200000 bucks a year, a villa in Hawaii and a bride for the sake of some truth that everyone already knows.

    In a person with "washed" brains, it is enough to plant a seed of doubt, and he will draw conclusions exactly the opposite of what the "washers" hammer into him. And the itch of truth is stronger than selfish interests. I think everyone at least once in their life had to express the truth, forgetting about the consequences.
  31. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 8 July 2013 12: 06
    0
    But does the European Union care? They even probably prefer it when they watch. A good couple comes out, the Eurogayans pervert, and the Americans peep into the crack.
  32. morpogr
    morpogr 8 July 2013 12: 15
    +1
    America today looks even worse than in the days of Reagan they talked about the Soviet Union and America itself did it, it has its own gulag guantanamo and branches around the world like secret prisons. Its political prisoners are meningitis as a prisoner of conscience punitive intelligence agencies free from compliance with laws and obedient satellites from NATO and the European Union.
  33. Mhpv
    Mhpv 8 July 2013 12: 39
    +1
    Well, the geyropa, after loving caresses and stroking the American brothers, was completely reckoned with. laughing
  34. RDS-1
    RDS-1 8 July 2013 13: 14
    +1
    "But the mind has not left the American society, it remembers the words of President A. Lincoln:" Those who give up freedom for the sake of security are not worthy of either one or the other. "

    Fursenko, b..t! (c) Dad Muller.

    Author! These are not the words of Lincoln, but Benjamin Franklin (a bald-patly man with a hundred-dollar bill).
  35. Sevastopol
    Sevastopol 8 July 2013 13: 18
    +1
    Almost sure that the EU leaders were well aware of the facts that Snowden had revealed. The question is whether the local population of the EU will have enough brains to realize that their politicians have been bred as suckers for years, acting solely for the purposes of owners of large private banks and the US government.
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  37. old rats
    old rats 8 July 2013 14: 05
    +2
    quote from the text:

    It begs, of course, and analogy. Hurricane Snowden is very similar to another hurricane named Solzhenitsyn, which once fell upon the USSR with the revelatory materials of the Gulag Archipelago, and the destruction of the Soviet superpower began with it.

    incorrect to compare mine. I have no faith in Solzhenitsyn and his set of camp tales either.
    especially after I came across this at Labytnangi.
    1. Black
      Black 8 July 2013 19: 17
      0
      Quote: old rats
      especially after I came across this at Labytnangi.


      It was like that.
      And you go deeper there. And around Harp too. Permafrost remembers for a long time.
  38. Ussuriets
    Ussuriets 8 July 2013 15: 14
    +2
    The reaction of the American media is striking, before the start of the story with Snowden, in about a few weeks, they all attacked the Obama administration, regarding the persecution of informants, wiretapping of the Associated Press agency, Fox News employees, accusing him of violating democracy. freedom of speech, etc. And now these hypocritical, cheap American magazines demonize the same informant and whistle-blower of Washington's criminal policies, Edward Snowden!
  39. rus_ak_93
    rus_ak_93 8 July 2013 15: 41
    0
    but it’s interesting: what kind of shisha does the above-mentioned citizen live in and who feeds him? is Wikilix really still? also it is not known for what money exists ..
  40. Snoop
    Snoop 8 July 2013 15: 45
    0
    For the United States, this is not a puncture, they have long wanted to spit and spit on the norms of international law. Well blame about violations, so what? Will Latin America hit the United States vigorously? By indignant and calm down, the realities of a unipolar world. Another question is that all this destroyed the myth of multipolarity, the EU is the US six, and now it has become clear even to an idiot.
  41. serge
    serge 8 July 2013 19: 05
    +1
    "... and then Yossarian asked his own question, to which there can be no answer:
    - Where's last year's Snowden?
    With this question, he laid them on both shoulder blades. After all, Snowden was killed near Avignon when Dobbs went crazy in the air and snatched the helm from Huple ...
    The corporal pretended to be deaf.
    - What did you say? - he asked.
    - Where's last year's Snowden?
    “I'm afraid I didn't understand you.”
    - Ou sont les Neiges d'antan? * - said Yossarian to make it easier for the corporal to understand him.
    “Parlez en anglais, for God's sake,” the corporal said. - Je ne parle pas francais.
    “Me too,” Yossarian replied.
    (Joseph Heller. Trick-22)
    * (Ou sont les Neiges d'antan - Where was last year's snow?)
    PS From the very beginning of the Snowden story, I was surprised that no one in connection with Snowden recalls Heller’s famous novel with the famous repeating shizany question: Where is last year’s Snowden? (Where is last year's snow?).
  42. Black
    Black 8 July 2013 19: 31
    0
    "Snowdovschina" - whatever versions were fired here, (especially smiled that this is an operation of the amers themselves, they will check how they will react. I imagine the thief has drained the apartment, went out into the entrance and yell at the entire entrance !!!! tenants react?)
    lets talk about the following, often raised on the site ...

    1. America in stagnation, at sunset, they are already sewing on it ...
    the situation around "snowing" suggests otherwise. "rumors of a quick demise are greatly exaggerated!" The global war machine (128 countries in the bases - like flies), look globally, rule globally.
    2. Who lost in the cold war?
    Brightly highlighted, everything !!!! Europe thought that the USSR is an evil empire, I think many will understand that the USSR is a white fluff, compared to the American monster.
    The geopolitical struggle against communism, the West consolidated, excited .... What we see now is that they are beginning to lose the basics of decency and independence.
    3. The American idea of ​​"freedom" has outlived its usefulness completely and irrevocably. And it became obvious to everyone who thinks at least a little. The Statue of Liberty can be donated at VDNKh.
    4. Lord liberals !!!!! Joke to you with a beard ...
    A boy looking into the keyhole of his parents' bedroom: ".... and these people forbid me to pick my nose ?? !!"
  43. GUSAR
    GUSAR 8 July 2013 20: 21
    0
    And why didn’t we shelter him once the bold ones?
  44. 1goose3
    1goose3 8 July 2013 23: 07
    0
    Europe has lost both honor and dignity ...

    Is it possible to lose something that never happened ...? fool
  45. georg737577
    georg737577 8 July 2013 23: 33
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    In my opinion, the comparison with Solzhenitsyn is partially correct - Snowden presented to the “general public” a modern version of the GULAG, a virtual one. Orwell's fantasies have come true ... Naturally, all normal people used to know about total electronic surveillance of everyone, including those whose hard work is electronic surveillance. And it is known that this practice has been adopted by the intelligence services of ALL countries that have such a technical capability. But someone had to be the first to shout that the king was naked. And this is not politically correct, and even Putin understands this. The corporate solidarity of the billionaires in power through the mouth of Putin explained to Eric that it is not good to throw "American partners" ... And I think, to pay off for the Snowden bazaar in full ...
    1. zvereok
      zvereok 9 July 2013 06: 33
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      And Putin used to say 'State Department agents', how strange it is to hear that from him'
  46. morkov
    morkov 9 July 2013 10: 44
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    It is amazing how a regular programmer could annoy the USA like that.
  47. super.ufu2013
    super.ufu2013 12 July 2013 15: 46
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    PR occasion, no more