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If you want to know which countries are still decent and can be trusted, watch the chain of countries Snowden goes to. Though it could be argued that China and Russia only helped Snowden because he had something to offer them, we now have on the list Sweden (makers of Volvo) and Iceland (the people with a spine). And THOSE two countries put major shame on America, because they have long been known as highly intellectual and moralistic countries with the best of people. They do not let criminals run amok and their acceptance of Snowden only goes to show that it is the American government that has become the criminal, and intelligent people still living by rule of law know it.
Now word is out that the Fed revoked Snowden's passport. That's no surprise, and it's a fat chance it will do any good because Snowden is now in the hands of good people, and there is always the World Service Authority that will issue Snowden a passport that is every bit as valid. The WSA exists specifically for people like Snowden, who have done the world a lot of good and therefore got chastised and deleted from the systems of nations ruled by criminals. Remember, the U.S. government will issue anyone a fake passport, provided they work for an intelligence agency and intend to enter another nation to do harm. It's the U.S. passport that is most often fake and presents the greatest security risk to foreign nations.
To whatever nation gets Snowden:
He's going to be a really smart guy. Put him in charge of cyber security. Ignore the lies getting spouted by the American press and the U.S. government, and consider Snowden a national asset. Just remember, he is the strong moralistic type and if you have dirty laundry that goes way beyond the norm, don't let him see it. If you are a truthfully honest and open government like that of Iceland it would do you a world of good to keep Snowden and place him immediately in a high paying job. Just remember that the bad guys really will come for him.
To the American Cabal:
I am no enemy of America, but I am your enemy. You have seized control of the greatest nation on earth and are intentionally flying it 911 style into a mountain. I long for the day that sees you laid waste. A solid nuking from Russia would do the world a favor. The prime targets for erasing this cabal are San Francisco, New York, Hollywood, Denver, Boulder Colorado, Washington DC, Tel Aviv, the City of London financial district, Vancouver Canada, Montreal, and add to that list any more you may know of. You would be surprised by how well the world will run with those cysts excised from the global body. And though it would really suck to have those places nuked, it also sucks to have a leg amputated to save the rest of the body, and in this case, the world.
To Russia: Obviously you would want something ground penetrating for Utah, but don't use a tsar bomba there, 500 kilotons will do because the Mormons are innocent. Remember, nuking the data center in Utah will crash the web in Russia because all your traffic goes through there. That is a fact that really ought to piss you off. Study the Millennium project, I did not expect it to become classified but it obviously is now, the Millennium project was launched by George Bush Junior and completed 8 years ago for the sole purpose of routing all web traffic in the world through Utah and that is precisely why that NSA data center is where it is. This is also why I have my web site hosted in Utah, and why my web site runs smoothly despite high traffic on a shared server, because it is on the world back bone and is the minimum hop to anywhere. Not all hops get recorded, they have covered those tracks well. The bandwidth potential of this back bone is far beyond what the world needs right now. It's here to stay.
To the rest of the people:
Beware of encryption methods being promoted right now, you can bet that the NSA is in overdrive trying to steer people towards an information security solution that works well for them (the NSA). Also, encryption algorithms like the one Rivero posted yesterday are too simple, if you think that will work you are clueless about how potent the NSA computers are, that would not have worked 20 years ago. That's the type of thing that took AT MOST 20 minutes to crack decades ago and that is if it did not get cracked on second one. I know this, because I was there. Russian codes took 20 minutes and they made Mike's look silly
The only real encryption solution will need to be base 256 at a minimum and randomized by a windmill or some other truthfully random source, like a waterfall or Edna's floor buffer motor. You CANNOT use a processor to do encryption because they all follow patterns, and no matter how fancy you get with that, the NSA knows all permutations and will crack any processor based encryption as fast as the operator can hit enter. Base 256 is NOT 256 bit, it is well beyond that and something like a windmill with a 5000 count optical encoder providing the encryption pattern with the azimuth providing an additional tweak is what will really work. That, and base 256. Though that's a tall order for an individual, even the lamest government should handle that with ease.
To the governments of this world: Now is the time to show the world what you are. If you stand with tyranny while that tyranny rapes the world's data and fights endless wars against the innocent you are no friend of mine. If you are stupid enough to believe there is any moralistic value remaining in Washington DC, you are no friend of mine. SHOW THE WORLD WHO YOU ARE, and when you do the right thing - stand up to tyranny, the world will notice. Everyone is watching now.
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