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Re: [tor-talk] Why corrupt government officials are strongly opposed to this Tor project (a Gestapo government run amok!)



On 03/03/2015 10:01 PM, Ben Tasker wrote:
>> When referring to "corrupt government officials", this includes a
>> handful who are abusing the NSA's Internet, phone, and email monitoring
>> PRISM program for their own personal profit and gain. This includes News
>> Corp and 21st Century Fox.
> 
> If true, that'd mean that some of Fox News' output is based on fact? Shaken
> to my core :)
> 
> Seriously though, as others have pointed out, the Government has much
> cheaper, much more effective ways of silencing opponents. Methods that are
> used to great effect in many other countries.
> 
> I don't doubt that someone somewhere in an agency has probably looked at
> whether advertising can be subverted, though I suspect it's far more likely
> that they were interested in payload delivery and not attempts at mind
> control.

Anyone who is from the UK should know a thing or two about this
scoundrel Rupert Murdoch who runs News Corp and 21st Century Fox. The
MI5 and FBI have already opened up investigations against his companies,
including the News of the World, owned by News Corporation regarding
hacking the phones of celebrities, royalty, and public citizens, as well
as bribery and corruption of government officials. Murdoch was
successful at getting Prime Minister David Cameron wrapped around his
finger, and it is not with kilos of coincidence is how this snake pulled
this off.

Murdoch gave Cameron a personal guarantee that there would be no risk in
hiring Andy Coulson, the former editor of News of the World, as the
Conservative Party's communication director in 2007. This hiring took
place in spite of Coulson having resigned as editor over an unlawful
phone hacking scandal. Cameron took Murdoch's advice, despite warnings
from Nick Clegg, Lord Ashdown and The Guardian. Coulson resigned in 2011
and was later arrested and questioned on allegations of further criminal
activity at The News of the World, specifically the News International
phone hacking scandal. As a result of the subsequent trial, Coulson was
sentenced to 18 months in jail.

The MI5 and FBI are investigating a "network of corrupt officials" as
part of their inquiries into phone hacking, police corruption, and
bribery. It is only a matter of time before MI5 and FBI agents bring
down Rupert Murdoch and Prime Minister David Cameron together on
corruption charges. This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to
corrupt government officials who are abusing their power.

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