Russ Tice Reveals the Truth About NSA Spying on the Corbett Report

Via Corbett Report:

NSA whistleblower Russ Tice joins us for an eye Russ_Tice_2009opening hour-long interview on the real extent of the NSA spying scandal. Beyond PRISM and beyond metadata, we explore the facts of NSA spying: that every electronic communication is being copied and stored by the US government. We talk about the political implications of this information, including the almost limitless power for blackmailing that this power gives those in charge of the wiretapping. Tice also names names on who has been targeted by these wiretaps. Please also see the recent BoilingFrogsPost interview with Tice on this same subject.

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  • Daniel Gill

    very bad to have this amount of spying living within a prison industrial complex

    that U.S. citizens are not protesting and demanding ‘regime change’ in the streets right now is really pathetic.

    • BuzzCoastin

      to generate revolutionary fever in the US
      you would have to somehow interrupt the entertrainment flow
      or raise gas prices to EU levels

    • Amacai Zerand

      I too wondered about the lack of outrage. And I don’t think it is the ‘bread and circuses’ that Buzz is always going on about. Nope. It is just business as usual in the US. Where was the outrage over small pox and Native Americans? Japanese in interment camps? Being the only country to atomize two cities? The E TV network? Etc, etc. And hey, don’t forget to celebrate Columbus Day.

      • emperorreagan

        Outrage requires security.

        With a sparse and declining public safety net and large scale, long term efforts to undermine things like unions (which can offer people some security), there’s not much security to be had. A general lack of social cohesion contributes to the decline in security, too – a decline in community, community organizations, etc.

        Government social policy additionally encourages things like home ownership, having kids, etc. Those sorts of policies lead people to voluntarily put more skin in the game – and ultimately magnify their need for security.

        When you couple those two factors, the US is about as bad of a breeding ground for dissent as you could imagine. There’s too much to lose for most people.

  • Andrew

    Manning/Snowden 2016

    • Rhoid Rager

      You’re really running with that meme, eh? Give ‘er, liver!

  • BuzzCoastin

    about a 50 min into this
    he explains in detail how Homeland censorship works

  • Charlie Primero

    James Corbett is one of the best. He and his business model deserve our support.

  • gustave courbet

    Hey Mr. Editor, thanks for posting this one. This guy seems to be going under the radar but his information is extremely important, and the more people that hear about Tice, the better. His info is way more important than Snowden’s.