Friday, February 17, 2017

NSA senior executive Mr. Drake and host Paul Jay talk about the "dark state" & the suspension of the Constitution

From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (1/5)


On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake, a former Senior Executive at the National Security Agency, says he was targeted by the NSA because he exposed that the agency had intel that could have prevented the 9/11 attacks and because he blew the whistle on a massive secret surveillance program aimed at Americans watch full episode http://therealnews.com/t2/index.php?o...

From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (2/5)


On Reality Asserts Itself, former NSA senior executive Mr. Drake and host Paul Jay talk about the "dark state" and how 9/11 opens up disturbing questions about power, who we are, who's in charge and the secret subversion of the U.S. constitution




Reality Asserts Itself - Thomas Drake
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake, a former Senior Executive at the National Security Agency, says he was targeted by the NSA because he exposed that the agency had intel that could have prevented the 9/11 attacks and because he blew the whistle on a massive secret surveillance program aimed at Americans

From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (5/5)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake says that in the name of national security we are eating out the very heart of democracy; what will be left will be a garrison state
  August 7, 2015
From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much - Thomas Drake on RAI (4/5)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake tells Host Paul Jay that mass surveillance is not about protecting people, in the end it's about social control
  August 5, 2015

The Man Who Knew Too Much, From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance - Thomas Drake on RAI (3/5)
On Reality Asserts Itself, Mr. Drake says the suspension of the Constitution that took place in secret after 9/11, for all intents and purposes, developed with executive orders, regulations, statutes, and oftentimes in cooperation with the Congress - since 1947
  August 4, 2015

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