Monthly Archives: October 2013

Trouble All Over the World

Presently, Barack Obama faces trouble everywhere. Having denied (one of these “plausible denials”) having had known that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s mobile phone (and that of other European leaders) had been tapped (actually for more than ten years) by NSA … Continue reading

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No Woman, No Drive

We do not know who actually is Hisham Fageeh. According to his own account he is an artist and social activist, but I doubt whether he is from Saudi Arabia. His cute satirical video would have earned him a dire … Continue reading

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Fair Game

When women in Saudia Arabia today want to participate in another mass driving protest and the autocratic government warns them to do so there might be a grave misconception about the background. This is not a laughable matter. Twenty-first century … Continue reading

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Keith Will Fix It

What is the background and, well Science, of NSA activities is shown in this video in which Gen. Keith Alexander, Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command and Head of the NSA has been interviewed by Jessica L. Tozer for the … Continue reading

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Merkel’s Mobile Phone

That NSA’s interception of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s mobile phone is just another scandal in Barack Obama’s all-too-sad presidential term. That Ms. Merkel had directly complained to Obama only when she was personally targeted by the total surveillance spy organization … Continue reading

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