The United States Of Secrets (Part 2)

Tyler Durden's picture

On the heels of this week's mainstream US media interview with Edward Snowden, it appears the general public is growing increasingly aware of the US surveillance leviathan's reach. In the following (part 2 of a 2-part series, part 1 here), PBS' FrontLine reveals the dramatic inside story of how the U.S. government came to monitor and collect the communications of millions of people around the world - and the lengths they went to trying to hide the massive surveillance program from the public. From 9/11 to Edward Snowden and on to NSA reform - what must be done... a must-watch for all US citizens (if they can spare some time away from Americas Got Talent or Instagram).


Part 1 Here


Part 2:

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Deathrips's picture

Heres a secret.

Zionist elite are puppeting the US like a pimped whore.


That is all.



max2205's picture

PBS can /   could never be trusted to tell what really happened

qazwsx's picture

They do a decent job with this. 

Deathrips's picture

Serial Junker....It was my pleasure.





Manthong's picture


The guy at the beginning of part 1 was weeping for the 3000 victims on 911.

The tears might be better placed for the millions or billions of victims of oppressive and frightening surveillance, for the almost complete loss of privacy for many millions and the utter failure of the “intelligence services” to defend the Constitution and freedom in the U.S. by not exposing the financial and political terrorist oligarchy that through theft and fraud is almost done turning the country into a second rate economic power.

The terrorist “elite” have done more damage to us since 911 than any bomb or box cutter carrying malcontent.   

Savyindallas's picture

Nevertheless, 911 victims deserve justice-though they are an infinitesimal fraction of the victims of the criminal Oligarchs who run this country (and most of the world).

Most people are sheeple. When they have all been sheered and many lead to slaughter, perhaps the flock will wake up and realize that they are human beings and not sheep. We can only hope and pray that this will happen sooner than later-if at all.  

Silver Bug's picture

Lies, Lies and more Lies, the only thing politicians know how to do. Get out of their fiat farce and bring back real money!


Keep Stacking

WordSmith2013's picture

This secret is as BIG as it gets!


The BIGGEST Coverup in USA History


"What Obama and NASA don’t want you to know!"
Aussiekiwi's picture

I'm sure all the spying is for our own good, soon if you lose your keys you will be able to ask the NSA where you lost them, now thats useful! 

NoDebt's picture

Direct-implant OnStar.  

"Hello, NSA, I lost my keys."  

"They fell behind the dresser."

"Thank you."

Plus the police will be autmatically dispatched to "help" you if your personal airbags deploy.

And they can pick a nice restaurant for you that isn't too crowded but has good quality pink slime.

I need to stop.  This is getting too fun.

saints51's picture


Thats halarious. Only downside to it is it may become the truth.

qazwsx's picture

Watched em both last week, good stuff, lengthy.

I am Jobe's picture

Surprised that PBS has this. Interesting.


PS: NSA still sucks


Zoomorph's picture

Part 1 was OK... part 2 was useless IMO.

q99x2's picture

PBS or studying the imminence of the aesthetic within the statue of Chac Mool the Jaguar Warrior...Chac Mooll wins. NSA. Well the NSA is an agency of the US globalists to acquire information that might give them an advantage over their competitors. The NSAs data has nothing to do with security because any junior in math or computer science knows that there is a threshold where random data begins to appear meaningfully connected. Below that threshold and nobody except the sender and receiver can know what that data means. The NSA should be shut down immediatly because it is a threat to security of all which includes the NSA itself. Back to Chac Mool.

robnume's picture

I watched them both; interesting pieces, but I understand the whole story was'nt told because of Bart Gellman and his "agreement" with TPTB at PBS. Snowden IS a hero. I hope he stays in Russia, which is now a democracy compared to the USSA. Following the chronological timeline of the disclosures made via this "Frontline" piece was illuminating, though.

sethstorm's picture

Only if you forget that the depth of Russian or Chinese corruption that makes your claims look tame by comparison.

Snowden has a position not enjoyed by the average Russian.  He's more like the useful idiot that eventually runs out of time.

Cattender's picture

your safety is our priority (Comrades) it's all about CONTROL......

I am Jobe's picture

Sheeples love to be safe. Nothing to hide is what they say. Stupidity due to inbreeding is apparent in the USSA 

saints51's picture

No more grant money for PBS. Better call Kanye for the telethon.

Chupacabra-322's picture

These Meglamanics / Psycopaths / Sociopaths will stop at nothing for Total Complete Full Spectrum World Domination over mankind.

The Endgame is ownership & control.

mvsjcl's picture

...through monopolies and the elimination of competition. This is why there are no real markets.

Chupacabra-322's picture

"The powers of financial capitalism had another far reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements, arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences. The apex of the system was the Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the worlds' central banks which were themselves private corporations. The growth of financial capitalism made possible a centralization of world economic control and use of this power for the direct benefit of financiers and the indirect injury of all other economic groups."

Tragedy and Hope: A History of The World in Our Time (Macmillan Company, 1966,) Professor Carroll Quigley of Georgetown University, highly esteemed by his former student, William Jefferson Blythe Clinton.

samsara's picture

I started Reading that and said "Hey, That's Carrol..."

let's see, Bill Clinton studied under him at George Town, Then Clinton was a (Cecil) Rhodes scholar. He went to Russia for a while,...

Like Obama, Groomed from early on. Different grooming for different tasks.

Chupacabra-322's picture

Same end result of The Totalitarian Authoritarian Fascist Boot In Your Face.

Goldilocks's picture

What is Radionics / Radionik (7:19)

The Ray of Discovery - Medical Radionics (1:39:18)

Son of Captain Nemo's picture

To all you "cops who love to kill"... Your President speaks!


sethstorm's picture


Only if you choose to believe PR-friendly renditions and alterations of material that Snowden et al were not permitted to have in the first place.

The only thing that must be done is to remove the loose ends (Snowden, Greenwald, Poitras, and about anyone that hasn't turned him in that came into contact with him) from any ability to act any further.  Such loose ends hate the United States, the 300+ million people in it, and the efforts to protect them.

JR's picture

A 5-Star, Tyler. Powerful. Thanks!!!

dumbStruck's picture

Seems ironic that at the end of the clip it tells you to follow them on facebook or twitter or go to their website, all of which would mean of course that you're being watched and recorded doing so by the nsa.

Ungaro's picture

Wow. This is scary and the reason why I started to proactively protect my privacy. I use an unbreakable, mutating key algorithm encryption with a one-time pad called I keep all my personal data encrypted and on external (removable) SSD, HDD and optical drives which are never connected while the system is connected (WiFi or LAN) to the net. All this may not be perfect (some experts say there is no 100% secure protection) but it is much better than nothing. This little program secures not only my data, but my communications as well... not bad for 20 bucks.

Incubus's picture

that's how I safeguard my porn stash, too.