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Intercept Reveals Weaponization of GCHQ_NSA

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Hacking Online Polls and Other Ways British Spies Seek to Control the Internet - The Intercept - July 14, 2014

The tools were created by GCHQ’s Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group (JTRIG), and constitute some of the most startling methods of propaganda and internet deception contained within the Snowden archive. Previously disclosed documents have detailed JTRIG’s use of “fake victim blog posts,” “false flag operations,” “honey traps” and psychological manipulation to target online activists, monitor visitors to WikiLeaks, and spy on YouTube and Facebook users.

.... an EU parliamentary inquiry earlier this year concluded that GCHQ activities were likely illegal.

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Excellent ! I WANT my nations security services to be able to kick digital ass. All the better to protect me.

As for the European Parliament; that's just sour grapes on behalf of their respective spy services, which are feeble compared to SIS/GCHQ

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Excellent ! I WANT my nations security services to be able to kick digital ass. All the better to protect me.

they do not protect you, they protect themselves FROM YOU.

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The issue of a weaponized internet surveillance tool rather makes "black helicopters" seem rather quaint, eh?

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Big Brother is already here.

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There are a couple of dirty tricks I've seen used on me here that aren't on that list.

What they weren't expecting while surveilling RW is that the door would open, and the wind would appear.

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There could be victims of the NSA's terrorist activities, and I would include the sharing of sensitive personal information for purposes of coercion as part of their dirty tricks, with virtually any government agency that requested it.

If someone like the young man below is secular, he might be far more prone to suicide, which is far more than a tragedy.; it's murder in my book, and I suspect if the whole truth were ever told, we would find that out.

He also likely didn't have the Paraclete to protect him, which is an entity the state cannot defend itself against, as we have seen ...

For those unfamiliar with his story, it's a good read, and well worth our attention:

Aaron Swartz and 21st-Century Martyrdom - vice.com - July 9, 2014

"Our contemporary culture is crippled by increasingly Soviet-style barriers against all who challenge the status quo. It has criminal statutes so broad that basically everyone is a lawbreaker, and selective prosecution has become a mechanism for ordering our politics. It demands deep moral compromise just to live with minimal interference from authority. It requires that, to be a 'success' like Karp, you must have not only the talent to build appealing social systems, but also the lack of a moral compass involved in using those social systems to manipulate others. The ethic of this approach is designed by those who fear only those risks associated with human freedom.

Those who dislike this culture, who think that success is the opposite of killing or spying or greed or ass-kissing, saw virtue in Swartz. Swartz had character, and he was killed for it."

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