The Whisteblowers are Drawing Back the Curtains on the Modern Day 'Wizards of Oz' in Washington

Yesterday Anonymous released private NSA documents related to the Global Spy Network. According to those who have read through them the documents seem to mostly relate to PRISM and supporting operations. One of the key things Anonymous has highlighted from the documents is the existence of an “intelligence-sharing network” that shares data gleaned from PRISM with “intelligence partners” around the world.

The groups studying the docs claim that the global intelligence apparatus discussed within some of the documents shows that government agencies "are spying on the citizens of over 35 different countries" and that this is being "done in cooperation with private businesses, and intelligence partners" across the globe.

Surely Canada, where i live, who's ultra right-wing Harper government is the globe's #1 American ass-kisser, is proud to be a part of the program. The Anonymous release begins with their customary salutation, "Greetings Netizens, and Citizens of the world" and goes on to say,"Your privacy and freedoms are slowly being taken from you, in closed door meetings, in laws buried in bills, and by people who are supposed to be protecting you." Which includes everyone up here in Canuckistan eh.

Meanwhile the corporate owned MSM is awash with calls from the 'authorities' to punish the whistleblowers who've exposed this sweeping surveillance program. Washington officials are calling the heroic leaker, or leakers, 'Reprehensible, Reckless, Illegal':  Critics are condemning the spying program as "grave threat to democratic freedom" saying, "whole world is impacted." while at the same time 'the liar and thief' Obama is calling it a "Modest Encroachment"

Apparently it's not over yet according to Glenn Greenwald and others. Yesterday WikiLeaks' Julian Assange said, “Let’s ask ourselves whether the whistleblower who has revealed those, and there’s more to come, is going to be in exactly the same position as Bradley Manning is in today.”

The Glen Greenwald was interviewed yesterday [below] on Democracy Now is great. He along with Assange, Bradley Manning and whoever the new leakers have earned all the help and praise they are getting from every corner of the globe for drawing back the curtain on the old/weak little Wizards of Oz who's global fear campaign can only be stopped by knowledge.

Here's a copy of the list of documents Anonymous released both as a mirror site and as an acknowledgement of solidarity by The Mud Report:

Glen Greenwald interview on Democracy Now