[cryptome] Re: Germany

  • From: Kathy Wittig <kmwittig@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Oct 2013 01:10:30 -0400

Excellent. Thank you. 

KM Wittig
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On Oct 25, 2013, at 0:17, John Hudson <hudson28@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Also: Don't miss the latest scoop from me and my colleagues. The Germans and 
Brazilians finally got upset enough about NSA spying, they're taking it to the 

> On Oct 25, 2013, at 12:13 AM, Kathy Wittig <kmwittig@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Indubitably. 
> Apparently the count is up to 35 world leaders on the NSA monitoring task. 
> I imagine the best strategy is to know who holds each puppet string. Not so 
> difficult on this side of the pond. 
> Then there are emergency plans and a multitude of high tech bunkers. 
> Under a nuclear event plans for "gov on the fly" - in the sky isn't a best 
> kept secret. 
> 10 yrs ago Biden was just your average Joe with too much hairspray on the 
> elevator. 
> In a letter to me, he called the war illegal and illegitimate. I sure hope 
> it's here since I moved a year later.
> As for the grand chessboard - well eventually someone has to win. 
> Things that make me go hmmm. 
> KM Wittig
> Sent via mobile. 
>> On Oct 24, 2013, at 14:58, Eugen Leitl <eugen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 24, 2013 at 01:08:09PM -0400, K.M. Wittig wrote:
>> Germany isn't the only country that has been violated. There is and has
>> been military personnel assigned to every country- globally.
>> The US has crossed significant lines with other global leaders no matter
>> how you look at it.
>> US is an epic fail and needs to be held accountable.
> We probably can all agree that the empire is failing (some would
> even argue that the Pax Americana is not altogether a bad thing,
> given potential alternatives) but the puppet strings are still
> mostly unbroken, and perception management is mostly working.
> As long as the sentiment doesn't translate into votes, things
> will continue, until they can't. I believe there's a potential
> for a privacy-minding platform >5%, though it yet remains 
> undeveloped (the German Pirates imploded spectacularly, but
> largely by failing to play their great deck right). The question is
> whether somebody of skill and ability will recognize the potential,
> and seize the opportunity.
> There's considerable economical and hence political turmoil ahead,
> we can expect rapid changes, especially where demographics is
> favorable (youth bulge). So I don't think we're entirely screwed,
> at least not yet.

John Hudson
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