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  • james kester
    The Grand Alliance, 1951 Winston Churchill. ________________________________ From: John Young To: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com Sent: Monday,
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 24, 2013
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      The Grand Alliance, 1951 Winston Churchill.

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      From: John Young <jya@...>
      To: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 1:16 PM
      Subject: Re: [coldwarcomms] Three Items Spotted on Government Attic Web Site



       
      Pretty good indication nowadays in this peace-loving most
      powerful nation on earth that "traitor" is over-used. Hell, its
      people inside the wasteful overgrown mess that blow
      whistles in disgust, the rest of us are too besotted by
      official liquor of terror and salvation, and indebted by
      the socialist dole to the defense-crippled economy,
      aka national security state, to mount a defense against
      Defense.

      Oaths were invented to conceal what can't succeed
      without crime. Nobody oaths crime syndicates as well
      as warriors and their contractors, dare to call that treason,
      and you'll have to run for your life as shown by Edward
      Snowden, preceded by a long history of demonized
      truthtellers. Hmm, is that not the origin of USA? What
      happened to that dream?




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    • abe user
      In the sake of accuracy Edward Snowden worked for Booz Allen Hamilton who contracted his skill set to the Carlyle Group who had the actual contract with the
      Message 2 of 9 , Jun 24, 2013
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        In the sake of accuracy Edward Snowden worked for Booz Allen Hamilton
        who contracted his skill set to the Carlyle Group who had the actual
        contract with the NSA.

        He also took two oaths, one was to keep secret the classified materials
        to which he would be exposed to in his work and the second was to uphold
        the Constitution.

        Seems one oath or the other would be violated no matter which choice he
        made.

        On 06/24/2013 11:30 AM, james kester wrote:
        >
        > So what's the relevance? Is this some Snowballden comment? The guy
        > took, then violated an oath. He's a traitor.
        > It's that simple! He is an enemy of the United States for treason!
        >



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      • David
        Someone has gotten into Government Attic s DNS. It s now showing 127.0.0.1 for their web address....
        Message 3 of 9 , Jun 25, 2013
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          Someone has gotten into Government Attic's DNS.

          It's now showing 127.0.0.1 for their web address....
        • John Young
          Site operater says Government Attic was hit by Slashdotting the three files posted here. The ISP yanked the plug thinking it was an attack, a correct
          Message 4 of 9 , Jun 25, 2013
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            Site operater says Government Attic was hit by Slashdotting the
            three files posted here. The ISP yanked the plug thinking it was
            an attack, a correct interpretation of Slashdotting.

            We have mirrored one of the files:

            http://cryptome.org/2013/06/NSA-WasntAllMagic_2002.pdf (50MB)

            David knows Slashdotting, for others it is when the gadzillion
            Slashdot subscribers go after a recommended file. Big files
            like those of Government Attic can cause havoc and shutdown,
            and worse, run up a huge bill for additional charges for bandwidth
            if not on an unlimited bandwidth service (which we switched to
            after being hit with the locust swarm several times).
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