Monthly Archives: December 2013

Once Bitten, Twice Shy

The news in this CNN clip is not Edward Snowden’s Pope Francis-like pathetic Xmas message on privacy broadcast by British Channel 4 or Glenn Greenwald’s endorsement of it or Dana Bash’s stupid accusation of releasing Snowden’s leaks for “maximum damage” … Continue reading

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The Biggest Favor for Civil Liberties, Democracy and International Relationships

Edward Snowden gave the first interview in person since he got stuck in Russia in June to the Washington Post. He has accomplished his mission already, was the core message. After U.S. District Judge Richard J. Leon had, yes, luckily … Continue reading

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Earth Wind Map

Amazing Earth wind maps by may be useful for getting an idea about forcast winter storms affecting central and northern Europe during the upcoming Christmas days. Data by the National Weather Service’s National Centers for Environmental Prediction’s Environmental Modeling … Continue reading

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Public Messaging

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has recalled yesterday a U.S. cruise missile strike on a hamlet in Yemen four years ago. Cruise missiles release cluster munitions, indiscriminate weapons that pose unacceptable dangers to civilians. The December 17, 2009 attack on al-Majalah … Continue reading

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