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Edward Snowden Argues New Case Against NSA

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Edward Snowden was recently invited to discuss privacy matters and Bitcoin, and ended up making some interesting arguments for how, many of the recent hacks we've seen, are a result of the NSA's weapons of mass destruction, malware programs.

In other words, the U.S. government has created cyber germ warfare, and they haven't been held to account for their behavior. This hasn't been the focus of any serious mainstream media attention, and the question is, why?  If the U.S. government had released biological germs, which infected and killed people, we would demand answers, yet this seems to have been overlooked, as just bad business, as usual. 

 

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Is there any specific evidence that they are responsible for 'recent hacks'? And which recent hacks is he referring to? I definitely think it's possible and even likely that they and other governments act in this manner (Stuxnet proves this), but I'd hold off on broadly accusing them without evidence.

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On 7/12/2019 at 9:41 AM, ExpandMyMind said:

Is there any specific evidence that they are responsible for 'recent hacks'? And which recent hacks is he referring to? I definitely think it's possible and even likely that they and other governments act in this manner (Stuxnet proves this), but I'd hold off on broadly accusing them without evidence.

You don't have to be a Dark Web specialist, or a secret hacker to find your evidence. I would imagine, however, that there have been civil suits, or an attempt at these.

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25 minutes ago, Raptor Witness said:

You don't have to be a Dark Web specialist, or a secret hacker to find your evidence.

Considering there's no evidence available in the public domain, you kinda would have to be one of those to find any evidence, wouldn't you say?

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13 minutes ago, ExpandMyMind said:

Considering there's no evidence available in the public domain, you kinda would have to be one of those to find any evidence, wouldn't you say?

I trust Edward Snowden .... I always have. After all, I arguably foresaw Snowden's coming, here, long before the NSA did ... 

Check mate ...

 

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3 minutes ago, Raptor Witness said:

I trust Edward Snowden .... I always have. After all, I arguably foresaw Snowden's coming, here, long before the NSA did ... 

Check mate ...

 

I like Snowden as well, but I trust evidence.

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1 minute ago, ExpandMyMind said:

I like Snowden as well, but I trust evidence.

Just Google ..... "NSA tools leaked on dark web"

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I think the days of the Beast controlling people through the printing of currency, are rapidly ending. The bankers are hitting a brick wall of truth, and they're in panic mode. We no longer want dollars, we want our Bitcoin. We no longer wish to support the banks, who have defrauded us forever. We want a deflationary asset, and we want it now. Just try and pass laws preventing this basic freedom, and watch the explosion of people exiting the banks. Those days are here .....  and the real criminals are those who would try to stop it.  

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