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The Eddy Snowden Saga – ‘In 2009, Ed Snowden said leakers “should be shot.” Then he became one’


The more I know about him, the more this is just some guy pulling a scam.



Who knows and since he won’t answer independent questioning…..

Here’s Eddy Snowden in 2009 :

Eddy :  : < TheTrueHOOHA> HOLY SHIT


Eddy : < TheTrueHOOHA> Are they TRYING to start a war?
Jesus christ
they’re like wikileaks

< User19> they’re just reporting, dude.

Eddy : < TheTrueHOOHA> They’re reporting classified shit

< User19> shrugs

Eddy : < TheTrueHOOHA> moreover, who the fuck are the anonymous sources telling them this?

Eddy : < TheTrueHOOHA> those people should be shot in the balls.



‘Ed Snowden was 23 years old when he moved to Geneva in 2007. Soon after arriving, he was looking for a taste of home’.

‘Moving to Switzerland hadn’t been his first choice—his dream picks were in Asia and Australia—but it certainly wasn’t bad. Hired by the CIA and granted a diplomatic cover, he was a regular old IT guy whose life was elevated by a hint of international intrigue’.

‘Snowden would soon move into a four-bedroom apartment covered by the agency’.

‘He’d blow off parking tickets, citing diplomatic immunity’.

‘He’d travel the continent’.

‘He befriended an Estonian rock star (“the funniest part is he’s a SUPER NERD”)’,

‘Raced motorcycles in Italy’.

‘Took in the Muslim call to prayer from his Sarajevo hotel room’,

‘And formed opinions about the food and the women in Bosnia, in Romania, in Spain’.

‘But as his first spring dawned in Switzerland, it must have felt cold, foreign, and expensive’.

‘Two days after his arrival in Switzerland, Snowden logged onto #arsificial, a channel on Ars Technica’s public Internet Relay Chat (IRC) server’.

‘He’d been frequenting this space for a few months, chatting with whomever happened to be hanging out’.

‘Snowden logged on to the public IRC chat room with the same username he used across the Web: TheTrueHOOHA. The chat room was a place he would return to on dozens of occasions over his years in Switzerland, and his writings fill in details about the man who may go down as the most famous leaker in US history’.

‘Over the years that he hung out in #arsificial, Snowden went from being a fairly insulated American to being a man of the world. He would wax philosophical about money, politics, and in one notable exchange, about his uncompromising views about government leakers’.

The chat logs are the most detailed view available into the formation of a man who has been hailed as a hero, and condemned as a traitor by leaders in his own country’.

‘Intentional or not, Snowden has maximized media attention. He is a Deep Throat for the social media age. Revealing American secrets is not enough; he has applied to be their chief interpreter as well’.

‘Leakers should be “shot in the balls”

‘During a remarkable January 2009 chat, Snowden wrote that Obama had “appointed a fucking politician to run the CIA.” In that same conversation, he vented his rage over reading a New York Times article about US actions in Iran, which was based on confidential leaks.



< TheTrueHOOHA> Are they TRYING to start a war?
Jesus christ
they’re like wikileaks

< User19> they’re just reporting, dude.

< TheTrueHOOHA> They’re reporting classified shit

< User19> shrugs

< TheTrueHOOHA> about an unpopular country surrounded by enemies already engaged in a war
and about our interactions with said country regarding planning sovereignity violations of another country
you don’t put that shit in the NEWSPAPER

< User19> meh

< TheTrueHOOHA> moreover, who the fuck are the anonymous sources telling them this?

< TheTrueHOOHA> those people should be shot in the balls.

< TheTrueHOOHA> But the tense exchanges also prompted the White House to step up intelligence-sharing with Israel and brief Israeli officials on new American efforts to subtly sabotage Iran’s nuclear infrastructure, a major covert program that Mr. Bush is about to hand off to President-elect Barack Obama.


< User19> meh

< TheTrueHOOHA> I wonder how many hundreds of millions of dollars they just completely blew.

< User19> you’re over reacting. its fine.

< TheTrueHOOHA> It’s not an overreaction. They have a HISTORY of this shit

< User19> with flowersand cake.

< User20> [User21]’s mushrooms are 😮

< TheTrueHOOHA> these are the same people who blew the whole “we could listen to osama’s cell phone” thingthe same people who screwed us on wiretappingover and over and over againThank god they’re going out of business.

< User19> the NYT?

< TheTrueHOOHA> Hopefully they’ll finally go bankrupt
this year.

The chat resumed a few minutes later:

< User19> meh.

< User19> I enjoy the news.

< User19> Its nice they report on stuff.

< TheTrueHOOHA> I enjoy it when it’s ethical reporting.

< TheTrueHOOHA> political corruption, sure

< TheTrueHOOHA> scandal, yes

< User19> is it unethical to report on the government’s intrigue?


< User19> meh.

< User19> national security.


< TheTrueHOOHA> that shit is classified for a reason

< TheTrueHOOHA> it’s not because “oh we hope our citizens don’t find out”

< TheTrueHOOHA> it’s because “this shit won’t work if iran knows what we’re doing.”
Jan 10 20:59:56 * User19 shrugs

< TheTrueHOOHA> None would speak on the record because of the great secrecy surrounding the intelligence developed on Iran.

< TheTrueHOOHA> direct. quote.

Jan 10 21:01:25 * [User11] gives voice to TheTrueHOOHA

< TheTrueHOOHA> “Those covert operations, and the question of whether Israel will settle for something less than a conventional attack on Iran, pose immediate and wrenching decisions for Mr. Obama.”


< TheTrueHOOHA> Oh you’ve got to be fucking kidding me. Now the NYTimes is going to determine our foreign policy?

< TheTrueHOOHA> And Obama?

< TheTrueHOOHA> Obama just appointed a fucking POLITICIAN to run the CIA!

< User11> yes unlike every other director of CIA ever

< User11> oh wait, no
< TheTrueHOOHA> I am so angry right now. This is completely unbelievable.

< User21> I’m appointing ur mom to run my penis

< User21> plus she can be secretary of my balls

< User11> i get the feeling that you’re angry because you don’t actually understand what’s going on…

< TheTrueHOOHA> Actually, the whole “politician runs the CIA” thing is a new development

< User11> uhhh

< TheTrueHOOHA> Normally they were military or lawyers.

< User11> have you ever heard of a man named george herbert walker bush?

< User11> he ran the cia.


< TheTrueHOOHA> Dumbass.
From :

The Repiublican ‘War On Women’ – Texas’ Abortion Restrictions Failed, But Other States Are Successfully Advancing Them’

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‘Women in North Dakota have the unfortunate distinction of living in the state with the harshest abortion ban in the nation. Last session, North Dakota criminalized abortion after just six weeks — before many women even know they’re pregnant. But they didn’t stop there. The state legislature also enacted harsh restrictions on abortion clinics, identical to the ones included in SB 5, that threaten to shut down the last abortion clinic left in the entire state’.

‘Like North Dakota, Mississippi is another state that has just one abortion clinic left for all of its residents — and Republicans are working to shut it down with the same type of restrictions included in SB 5. After Republicans successfully enacted harsh abortion clinic restrictions last year, the clinic fought back — and won a temporary reprieve in April from a federal judge’.

‘In April, Alabama’s Republican governor approved stringent clinic rules that threaten to shut down the last handful of abortion clinics in the state. Similar to the warnings about SB 5, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards explained that the new restrictions could “essentially ban abortion statewide.”

‘Just like Texas, Wisconsin lawmakers are trying to fast-track abortion restrictions before the legislative session ends. Gov. Scott Walker (R) has already thrown his support behind the package of bills, which would mandate invasive ultrasounds for women seeking abortions and shut down abortion clinics. Even though they’re purportedly about women’s health, the measures don’t have the endorsement of any of the major medical groups in the state’.

‘This week, the Ohio legislature is set to consider a proposed state budget — but, since abortion opponents have attached budget amendments that seek to limit abortion access, it will likely turn into a fight over preserving women’s reproductive freedom. Ohio’s budget would defund Planned Parenthood, close abortion clinics, and redirect state funding to right-wing “crisis pregnancy centers.”
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The Republican ‘War On Women’ – ‘Gov. Rick Perry to push abortion regulations again in special session starting next week’

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ORIGINAL POST: ‘Gov. Rick Perry is calling lawmakers back immediately for another special session to deal with abortion issues, and also to consider transportation funding and new sentencing guidelines for 17-year-olds convicted of capital crimes’.

‘Unlike the last 30-day special session, Perry is not waiting 16 days before adding abortion to the agenda. It will start immediately’.

“Through their duly elected representatives, the citizens of our state have made crystal clear their priorities for our great state,” Perry said in his proclamation’.

“Texans value life and want to protect women and the unborn’.
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The Grand Old Party – Same Sh*t…Different Day



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Holding politicians accountable….

Like an elected Governor who quits half way through her term so she can make more money?

‘Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who has the most influence among conservative voters in Republican primaries, told Breitbart News on Tuesday that Sens. Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) should be primaried for their support of the Senate’s immigration bill’.

“Every politician should be held accountable for breaking their campaign promises,” Palin said during an interview on the “John Gibson Radio Show” on Fox News radio. “They turned their back on the American public, so why should they not be held accountable?”
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Stories From The Fringe – ‘Post-DOMA, Rand Paul fears humans marrying non-humans’

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And he wants to be President?

‘Earlier today the senator appeared on Glenn Beck’s show to discuss, among other things, the Supreme Court’s ruling striking down the Defense of Marriage Act’.

‘The host, Rodeo Clown Glenn Beck, suggested the ruling could lead to polygamy: “If you change one variable — man and a woman to man and man, and woman and woman — you cannot then tell me that you can’t logically tell me you can’t change the other variable — one man, three women. Uh, one woman, four men…. If I’m a devout Muslim and I come over here and I have three wives, who are you to say if I’m an American citizen, that I can’t have multiple marriages.”

For teabagger Paul Paul, this seemed perfectly sensible. In fact, the senator went even further than Beck. Here’s the entirety of Rand Paul’s response, in which the senator said he’s “kind of with” the unhinged host’.

“I think this is the conundrum and gets back to what you were saying in the opening — whether or not churches should decide this. But it is difficult because if we have no laws on this people take it to one extension further. Does it have to be humans”?
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Republicans 2016 – How to lose the election – ‘Chris Christie blasts gay-marriage ruling’

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Gov. Chris Christie was perhaps the brightest star of moderation in the future for Republicans.

He will have to defend to America his standing against ‘equal protection under the law’.

Oh and Governor?

Since your are against the Supreme Court over ruling the will of Congress (ya might want to read the Constitution to find out exactly what the Supreme Court does) then you will also come out against their ruling on suspending Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act……..another thing that Congress supported almost completly!

‘New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie slammed the Supreme Court decision on DOMA as “wrong” and an example of “judicial supremacy.”
“I don’t think the ruling was appropriate,” said Christie, who is running for reelection in a blue state, one in which Democrats have hailed the SCOTUS decision on gay marriage’.

“I think it was wrong,” Christie continued, calling it “typical of the problem we see” in New Jersey’s own Supreme Court’.
‘He blasted the U.S. Supremes for substituting “their own judgment for the judgment of a Republican Congress and a Democratic President. In the Republican Congress in the ‘90s and Bill Clinton. I thought that Justice Kennedy’s opinion was, in many respects, incredibly insulting to those people, 340-some members of Congress who voted for the Defense of Marriage Act, and Bill Clinton.”

“He basically said that the only reason to pass that bill was to demean people. That’s heck of a thing to say about Bill Clinton and about the Republican Congress back in the ‘90s. And it’s just another example of judicial supremacy, rather than having the government run by the people we actually vote for,” said Christie’.From :


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