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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Guardian pulls story on NSA from its website


After only a few hours, the Observer has yanked a front page story by Jamie Doward that should be here:
The story is based on an interview by Simon Davis with former US naval intel officer, Wayne Madsen.
The Davis interview is more detailed and longer than the missing Guardian one, and makes interesting
 reading:

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According to Madsen, at least six European Union countries in addition to Britain have been colluding 
with the US over the mass harvesting of personal communications data. Madsen names Denmark, the 
Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain and Italy as having secret deals with the US.

Best regards,

Gordon Logan
Gordon Logan
3:05 AM (5 hours ago)
to meHenry
Hi Henry,

It seems that the story has got into the print edition. It has disappeared from the internet edition.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I don't read any newspapers anymore. Online, yes, but only the stories of interest. I like to cherry pick or follow links from respectable alternative media sites/forums/blogs.

I've noticed more and more sensitive stories with The Guardian that won't allow online comments; the establishment's version of the 'truth' can be published without critisim then.

The above story going to print solves the problem of people making their voices heard... just hope people start voting with their wallet and stop buying mainstream media propaganda like The Guardian.

The Guardian is no better than The Sun now... you just don't get Page 3.

All the editors of newspapers are now Common Purpose 'trained'/Pro-screen. If you do get a newspaper stating they are against the EU then it's just a smokescreen so people are more likely to buy that newspaper instead.