If journalists are detained or newspaper offices are forced to disclose or hand over information they have received from sources or whistleblowers then we are talking about a totalitarian state (UK and US). This is what Greenwald is saying. And what is clearly the case.
The question is, why would a newspaper office such as the UK Guardian destroy a laptop where supposed files from Snowden exist when everyone knows there will be multiple copies of those files backed up in other places? This strong-arm tactic by the British Government has got to have more going on behind it than simply thuggery or throwing the weight of the state around.
And clearly detaining the partner of a journalist because that journalist has been receiving information from a whistleblower is another act of desperation and thuggery. Surely the UK and US (who is obviously orchestrating these moves behind the scenes) with Echelon and Prism not to mention their lesser known AI ways of surveilling the public have had the ability to view exactly what is on those drives and what was or was not revealed to the Guardian and Greenwald by satellite and other means. If not, then we have a huge hole in their Big Brother surveillance apparatus that we as journalists (and the public) can take full advantage of.
However, according to Camelot whistleblowers and many others, the AI surveillance capability of governments (and especially the military and secret space program) is way beyond this. So what is really going on? Are these very public demonstrations put in place to obfuscate the real access and reach of their surveillance capabilities? This seems highly likely.
Is the recent burning of the laptop at The Guardian offices at “behest of the British Government” a farcical and ludicrous move, simply a display of more strong-arm tactics by the state for no purpose other than a display for public consumption? Do they really think the public is dumb enough to believe that destroying a hard drive of a laptop then destroys information? It is hard to believe the UK officials and their masters are really that stupid. What a waste of a perfectly good laptop. LOL
The national security STATE is clearly throwing its weight around in order to prove their control over the planet is in place and intimidation of journalists is key to this. However, as the NWO begins to reveal itself in all its diabolical glory, countries such as Brazil and Ecuador are revealing an ability to stand up to them at least to some degree. And public perception will begin to fall into two clear categories. Those who recognize the encroachment of the State and diminishment of freedoms and human rights and those who are so asleep as to fall for the State’s argument regarding “national security”.
What is clear here is that there is a NWO (a national security state encompassing the planet) that is fast rolling out an agenda focused on separating those with it or against it. This may be at least one intention behind the current display of aggression against David Miranda, and therefore Glenn Greenwald and for that matter all journalists. Countries such as Brazil or Ecuador are standing up to the NWO at least to some extent… they may end up being our last refuge if this continues. How successful “countries” are in standing up to the NWO is key to seeing how far the borders of the Big Brother NWO extends.
One good thing to come out of the current dialog now hitting mainstream is that perhaps some sleeping journalists who have been conned by the State into doing their bidding may start waking up and actually reporting the real news and goings on. Real investigative journalism has fallen by the wayside as mainstream press has been bought and paid for by the State around the world. At least Greenwald has the guts to state unequivocally that the real job of journalists is to reveal the secrets being held from the people.
But also key here is not to be deceived by the move to make the public believe that the surveillance state is limited by hard drives, locked doors and passwords! To believe that would be more dangerous still. If detaining the partner of a journalist and forcing the burning of a laptop are supposed to convince the public that they need to resort to such antiquated means of keeping control perhaps it serves their purpose. I would like to think the public are not so dumb as to believe that the pervasive SURVEILLANCE SOCIETY put in place around the world is limited by hard drives, locked doors, and passwords. See our interview information from Jake Simpson from back in 2008.
AI surveillance and access to knowledge
The AI surveillance system, Jake told us, was literally “out of this world”. It operates hyperdimensionally, based on a highly advanced quantum computing model that is basically our development based on acquired alien technology. This system is so advanced that the ETs themselves are unhappy that we have it.
Not only does it enable access to what any given person is saying, or even thinking – if targeted for investigation – it can also transcend time itself and thereby access information about the thoughts and words of historical figures. Whether this system can look into the future – the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report, based on a story by the prolific author Philip K. Dick, comes to mind – we omitted to ask.” –