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Published on Dec 31, 2013 Just over six months ago, Edward Snowden and the journalists he's working with took on the most powerful office in the land and the most sophisticated spy agency on the planet. They began publishing the National Security Agency's most guarded secrets. In the half-year since, all three branches of government have weighed in on the NSA's spying programs and found the agency to be overstepping its bounds. RT's Sam Sacks takes a look back at what we learned about the NSA this year.
From Gerald Celente
Yes Paul I totally agree, fiat currency needs to be forced upon people by men with guns. Unlike gold, silver and crypto coins which people involved in the trade of goods and services have freely chosen to use.
Published on Dec 25, 2013
National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden sat down recently for a 14-hour interview with Barton Gellman of the Washington Post in Moscow. Gellman is the first journalist to speak in person with Snowden since he fled to Russia over the summer. RT's Ameera David speaks with Gellman about the interview and his thoughts on what Snowden had to say.
Published on Dec 20, 2013
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