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Trevor Timm
Who knew the key to stopping the Surveillance State was to just wait until it got so big that it ate itself.
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emptywheel 13 Nov 12
Me! I've been waiting for it to take down a top person for years. Voila!
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Andreas Baader 13 Nov 12
just like east gernan stasi drowned in data, if we all create multiple accounts all over the place, lol
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Lucifer The Evil 13 Nov 12
Anybody who ever played tiddly winks in kindergarten.
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lablueyz 13 Nov 12
Some good historical examples: FBI under Hoover, EGer stazi, Iran's shabaq under shah
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(((Cathy Gellis))) 13 Nov 12
The history of the French Revolution; eventually it turned on itself.
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Knox Harrington 13 Nov 12
George Orwell did. Prologue to 1984.
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Jim Blandy 13 Nov 12
Or that the price of persistent lying is that your own side begins to believe the lies and you bungle the election.
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David Dahl 13 Nov 12
I'm not sure this is the key to stopping it. We need to route-around it
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The Fourth Estate 13 Nov 12
Reminiscent of the poem 'Hungry Mungry'
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Francesco Caporusso 13 Nov 12
RT Who knew the key to stopping the Surveillance State was to just wait until it got so big that it ate itself.
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Alex Bowles 13 Nov 12
Apparently they didn't see this coming, which, ha.
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UrsusMaritimus 13 Nov 12
whoever wrote the screenplay for "The Lives of Others" is who.
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Robin Green 13 Nov 12
. Correct me if I'm wrong but this WASN'T the surveillance state, unless we're being lied to, it was an FBI investigation.
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helix 13 Nov 12
MT Who knew the key to stopping the Surveillance State was to just wait until it got so big that it ate itself ~ via
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Green EMpress 14 Nov 12
how do u figure? I'm interested
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