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#6 - beerholder (06/13/2013) [-]
What is this event worthy enough to be mentioned into the council of funnyjunk?
#99 to #6 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
Because this affects pretty much anyone on the internet.
#51 to #6 - ratiller (06/13/2013) [-]
a whistleblower from an independent contracting agency doing something for the FBI leaked information about monitoring being done by the NSA, all of our internet activity and like 1 out of every three phone calls was recorded by our government "for national security"

**** storm ensued, people dug up about obama renewing this act, all in all it just contributed more to government hate and the fight to impeach obummer
User avatar #8 to #6 - pheonixinstinct (06/13/2013) [-]
US government went through alot of personal information that they shouldn't be aloud to. that's the jist of a long story.
User avatar #10 to #6 - bokkos (06/13/2013) [-]
Basically the PATRIOT Act came back and bit everyone in the ass. Hard.
#15 to #10 - beerholder (06/13/2013) [-]
Patriot act? This sounds like a Bush invention. I remember when I was in high school we had a debate on politics, and it was immediately after 9/11. The general view was that the gvmt will restrict the freedoms of the citizens, but I and some other people opposed thinking that Americans are not going to give up their rights so easy, and maybe there's going to be an international outcry too. We failed to notice how the public in America was so anesthetized by shock that basically surrendered unconditionally to the will of the government. I like Americans, they're civilized people, but those days you shot yourselves in the foot by getting too emotional.
User avatar #59 to #15 - certifiedidiot (06/13/2013) [-]
Which is kinda why I think Bin Ladden won in the long run, they may have gotten him, but he damn sure did what he set out to do.
#64 to #59 - beerholder (06/13/2013) [-]
Yeah, the americans are retreating next year, is it right? I wouldn't be surprised if the taliban would come back to power after they leave... Now, they are training local troops to fight the taliban, but that's useless, the volunteers are just other extremists bent on revenge, and in a few years of fighting with the taliban they will realize America screwed them over too, and we're back to square one.

A lot of people dead with no practical result, as if bin Laden was the only guy who could manage an organization...
User avatar #65 to #64 - certifiedidiot (06/13/2013) [-]
That and thanks to gitmo, there are loads of people whom can teach the taliban to waterboard their hostages.
User avatar #193 to #65 - Ruspanic (06/13/2013) [-]
Teach the Taliban to waterboard people? I wish they waterboarded people, it's much more humane than what they normally do to people.
User avatar #110 to #59 - bokkos (06/13/2013) [-]
Who says Bin Laden is dead? No footage, no body, no evidence... They just raided a house his family happened to own and said they did him in. With Hussein the whole thing was broadcasted fro all to see. I'm not saying there's a conspiracy at work, only that there's a lot of questions left unanswered.
Did you know Bin Laden was a war hero during the Cold War to the Americans? There was a whole story on how he was fighting the good fight.
User avatar #116 to #110 - certifiedidiot (06/13/2013) [-]
Regardless of him being dead or not, he sought to strike fear into the giant, and he bloody well did so.

And if he is dead and the entire story is true with the burial at sea for him, due to FEAR of having his grave turn into a monument of Al-Qaeda, regardless of it being true or not, they keep letting him haunt them which is what he wanted.
#22 - brothergrimm (06/13/2013) [-]
I'm calling it now..... "for national security" is going to replace "for science" as the excuse for wanting porn sources.
I'm calling it now..... "for national security" is going to replace "for science" as the excuse for wanting porn sources.
#61 to #22 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
User avatar #143 to #22 - fuckmods (06/13/2013) [-]
had to sign in to thumb you up
User avatar #30 to #22 - kietzu (06/13/2013) [-]
I usually use 'For Justice'.
I like it.
User avatar #24 to #22 - rtsgamer (06/13/2013) [-]
can anyone give me any links...for national security?
User avatar #25 to #24 - brothergrimm (06/13/2013) [-]
depends. what's your poison?
User avatar #26 to #25 - rtsgamer (06/13/2013) [-]
#141 to #103 - jthwdragon (06/13/2013) [-]
so he will look through a bunch of search terms 90% of which will be "google" and the other 10 being how to change bing home screen into google
#14 - thefasrdog (06/13/2013) [-]
Can I be the one to watch porn?   
Purely for national security,of course...
Can I be the one to watch porn?

Purely for national security,of course...
User avatar #81 to #14 - mountainyard (06/13/2013) [-]
There is a job (in China) where you have to watch all the porn they bring in to the country. This is to see if any of the porn videos break any of the many insane censoring laws.
User avatar #35 to #14 - stocxt (06/13/2013) [-]
Alright, your branch deals with horse ******* videos and the scat, as well as the asian shock porn.
#83 to #35 - thefasrdog (06/13/2013) [-]
What about Brazilian fart fetish porn?
#46 to #35 - arrogant (06/13/2013) [-]
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#82 - csectioncomics [OP](06/13/2013) [-]
Hey FJ, original artist here! Thank you for the love, feel free to visit the C-Section Comics site for more cartoons. And I'll keep uploading more cartoon to FJ!
User avatar #106 to #82 - Metallicock (06/13/2013) [-]
What do you use to draw them?
User avatar #118 to #106 - csectioncomics [OP](06/13/2013) [-]
A tablet, Intuos5, but up until recently I used a very basic table - the Wacom Babmoo
User avatar #230 to #118 - Metallicock (06/14/2013) [-]
No **** dude!!! That's what I got! (Wacom Babmoo)
Would you mind looking at some of my content and give me some advice on how to make it look cleaner?
I draw in Sketchbook Pro 6
User avatar #233 to #230 - csectioncomics [OP](06/14/2013) [-]
Sure, just upload them to or somewhere similar and reply to this comment with the link, and I'll look into it
User avatar #234 to #233 - Metallicock (06/14/2013) [-]
Well it's on my profile here already
User avatar #84 to #82 - hitlersoneballsack (06/13/2013) [-]
no you're meant to sue us, its all wrong now
User avatar #88 to #84 - mutzaki ONLINE (06/13/2013) [-]
It's the same person who uploaded the content.
#89 to #88 - hitlersoneballsack (06/13/2013) [-]
my bad
my bad
User avatar #145 to #84 - toosexyforyou (06/13/2013) [-]
Finally an artist that is aware of how much popularity funnyjunk brings him, I'm actually going to check out his other comics for this reason alone.
User avatar #38 - zaggystirdust (06/13/2013) [-]
I'm confused
what happened?
User avatar #53 to #38 - secretdestroyers (06/13/2013) [-]
People are acting like the NSA has just recently been spying on people's phone conversations because some guy who worked for them went public about it recently. In reality, it's been going on since the Bush DJ 4DM1Nistration and probably prior.

Obama's just....done nothing to stop it...or the Patriot Act.... **** .
#68 to #53 - darkor (06/13/2013) [-]
MFW When Bush DJ 4DM1N
MFW When Bush DJ 4DM1N
User avatar #69 to #68 - secretdestroyers (06/13/2013) [-]
Forgot it changes that **** whenever someone tries to put A.dmin.

I miss the days when DJ 4DM1N replaced " ****** " with "melon muncher"
#107 - oergh (06/13/2013) [-]
It should never be a crime to reveal the crimes of your government...America get your **** together
#66 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
You Americans have your gun rights to prevent corrupt government, maybe its time to exercise your amendment rights.
#93 to #66 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
I don't know if our second Amendment gives us the right to murder because someone confirmed what we already knew.
#1 - iamtheblackgoat (06/12/2013) [-]
mfw when I hear that certain lawmakers want to extradite Snowden and try him for treason
User avatar #29 to #1 - atma (06/13/2013) [-]
User avatar #112 to #29 - atma (06/13/2013) [-]
k cool thanks
#87 to #1 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
Who is this snowden fag anyways?
#90 to #87 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
He's whistle blower for the NSA who revealed things such as the U.S. hacking the Chinese and North Koreans for years AS IF WE DIDN'T ******* KNOW THAT ALREADY. But he made the hacking official basically.
User avatar #100 to #1 - cudlefish (06/13/2013) [-]
It is treason, what he did was morally good, but it was treason.
User avatar #137 to #100 - keiishiyama (06/13/2013) [-]
Treason is betraying a nation, which he did not do. He stole from the federal government because it was betraying the people. I'd say he was the good guy in a treasonous government.
#52 to #1 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
#9 to #1 - tiredofannon (06/13/2013) [-]
I love how members of congress were like "Oh we knew about it so its okay."
#18 to #9 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
actually, a lot of members of congress were like "huh? I never heard about this!"
and then the government was like "oh shut up you stupid cunt. we ******* BRIEFED you on it. MULTIPLE TIMES. you knew the whole ******* thing"
User avatar #55 to #18 - certifiedidiot (06/13/2013) [-]
That's basicly politicians scape goat ''Well I didn't know anything about that'' hell the act that would cover monsanto's ass that was passed was supposedly done so without anyone in congress knowing about it, except for the fact that one member of congress called it out infront of ******* everybody before it passed.

You know that joke Obama did about Romnesia? It's a ******* epidemic.
#41 to #1 - yowhatsup (06/13/2013) [-]
>mfw when   
>my face when when
>mfw when
>my face when when
User avatar #127 to #41 - propanex (06/13/2013) [-]
i didn't even notice.
User avatar #56 to #1 - missrainbowdash (06/13/2013) [-]
the government should be tried for treason.
User avatar #2 to #1 - keiishiyama (06/12/2013) [-]
Technically he did commit treason - against an illegal government.

He did the most patriotic thing the Founders could ask for: defending the Constitution.
#3 to #2 - anon (06/12/2013) [-]
i thought the most patriotic thing you can do was buy a cheese burger
User avatar #4 to #3 - keiishiyama (06/13/2013) [-]
That's when our government is playing nice, which it isn't doing right now.
#126 to #4 - propanex (06/13/2013) [-]
Don't worry, legally we have a revolution every 4 or 8 years. We will be getting one this up coming election.
Don't worry, legally we have a revolution every 4 or 8 years. We will be getting one this up coming election.
#231 to #126 - propanex (06/14/2013) [-]
We change our leader every 4 or 8 years. How am I wrong?
We change our leader every 4 or 8 years. How am I wrong?
#20 to #3 - bulbakip (06/13/2013) [-]
In america you do both to be a patriot: defend the constituion while eating a cheeseburger.

Now if only i had an image of an american constitution cheeseburger.... here's this instead.
#139 to #20 - jthwdragon (06/13/2013) [-]
i would say this is a bit better than a cheese burger, it made me make an ecchi folder in my porn hard drive
User avatar #34 to #2 - europe (06/13/2013) [-]
Well said
User avatar #97 to #2 - snowshark (06/13/2013) [-]
No. He did the most human thing that any human could ask for, defended human rights.

**** the constitution and **** the founding fathers, what he did affected the whole world. He's not a national hero, he's a freaking world hero.
User avatar #133 to #97 - keiishiyama (06/13/2013) [-]
Damn, I am SO glad I didn't say that first. I agree with you 100%.
#131 to #97 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
Why are people thumbing you down? Did he do a bad thing?
User avatar #197 to #97 - linktheherooftime (06/13/2013) [-]
I was expecting you to end that by saying "He's the hero the world deserves."
User avatar #198 to #197 - snowshark (06/13/2013) [-]
Not the one it deserves.

But the one it needs.
User avatar #12 - ICEDgrunge (06/13/2013) [-]
Let me tell you all something in the effort to back up Edward Snowden, regardless of the assumption that you all are for the most part behind him, anyways.
The National Security Agency stands to intercept and collect foreign intelligence as well as protecting information of the United States from being collected by other foreign powers. It was formally established in 1952 to do its simple task. As mentioned before the NSA stands to procure foreign intelligence in the effort to stop attacks on the U.S, anything foreign that threatens National Security.
The only way in which the NSA can obtain domestic information on its population regarding terrorism or foreign involvement is through the FBI, which is the agency established to deal with obtaining such information. In 1981 President Ronald Reagan signed the Executive Order 12333, which established the definition of the NSA's true obligation and the extent in which it can go about doing this, also defining the extent it can go about doing so domestically.
The NSA has violated the legislation in which it was based on by personally taking on the collection of information by its own body, and not through the FBI. They cite the Patriot Act to define their actions as critical to terrorist disruptions, however, the numbers of times in which such a case is valid is insignifigant and farce. I say that due to the fact that due to this day the director of the NSA still has not produced the numbers of the cases that have been requested to prove this true.
Such acts of what have happened are blatantly illegal, and should Edward Snowdens information be valid, which it sure as **** looks like due to the reaction of the government, such a trampling over the boundaries so clearly established should be punished. hopefully all this information helps me understand all of this better, as well as someone else. Maybe someone may help me understand if the information provided is false. But from what I see, the NSA is in deep **** .
User avatar #21 to #12 - bulbakip (06/13/2013) [-]
So you seem to know wtf is going on. I'm curious, shouldn't Snowden get whistleblower protection of some kind?
User avatar #36 to #21 - thebannedzombie (06/13/2013) [-]
If you hadn't noticed, the issue is with the National Security Agency violating laws in conjunction with the FBI with the approval of the president, and most of the people running the ******* country. Who exactly is going to grant him protection?
User avatar #166 to #21 - ICEDgrunge (06/13/2013) [-]
Hong Kong is that whistleblower protection. Refer to the comments I just made above if you are interested. Hong Kong, even if it is a part of the Chinese nation, still stands almost as strong for if not more for Free Speech and personal sovereignty as The US does, based upon their fight for independence. Snowden chose his location wisely. Never, EVER think twice with his actions, the man, even being 29, is a wise human being. We are not enemies of China, we would be in war with them if we were, but goddammit is the United States intimidated by them, should The US choose to sick the CIA, Asian Triads, or any 3rd party organization on Snowden's head, Snowden chose the perfect Dog to pit against the American Hound. No other country right now could protect him better, and even if that protection is not much, it's still greater than anything we could offer.
User avatar #57 to #21 - certifiedidiot (06/13/2013) [-]
The current government is all for protecting whistleblowers, if that whistle is their own, because the current government is only interested in you knowing what they want you to know.
#60 to #12 - tazze ONLINE (06/13/2013) [-]
the authorities are acting against the people, guess it's time for Operation Guillotine
User avatar #132 to #12 - brettd (06/13/2013) [-]
You seem to know what you're talking about, so tell me: what the **** are we supposed to do about it? because im starting to get fairly concerned.
User avatar #159 to #132 - ICEDgrunge (06/13/2013) [-]
Our government was established for us. We have our own rights and we have been authorized by our own constitution to seek change should we deem it necessary. This is where we need to see when the right time comes. This situation is ****** up. The government obviously does not want us to know things that might harm them, and now they have had information reach us that could harm them in our eyes, and they have no way of stopping it, and worse, there's more information to come. If the government chooses not to correct themselves, which it should. The United States government should come out on public and tell us all how sorry they are, and show us the step by step process in which they are going to ******* change the wrongdoings in which they have been commiting. If they choose not to do this, then we need to conduct ourselves in such a manner to force this, we don't want ourselves and our loving neighbors spied upon because our loving neighbors are as dangerous to us as we are to them, (and let me tell you how dangerous we all are: WE ARE NOT), We must exercise our rights given to us, because we have all grown into a community that forgets what rights we have when the rights aren't needed. I am not the kind of person who can catalyze this if need be, regardless of how well I put this ******** into words or how much I know, no one person is the right person. We ALL need to be knowledgeable, we all need to hold the information needed and we ALL need to be the ones to tell the government in one voice how we seek change. But that's where my voice stops. It comes to everyone else if they are smart enough to realize this, are you smart enough to go about understanding this? That's the hardest part: Are we all within the realms of understanding our duties? That is where my understanding must end and where your must start. THAT IS WHAT YOU MUST DO.
User avatar #152 to #132 - ICEDgrunge (06/13/2013) [-]
I'll tell ya something. All of the information I put into that comment I only learned 2 days ago. I'm not someone who has dedicated my life in government legislature, I just got interested in this **** and found as many valid sources I could in order to put this into words, I say this because I want to make a point.
I can't tell you exactly what we're all to do, but I can say that the second best thing is to watch how the government reacts to this. Snowden strategically put himself between America and Hong Kong because Hong Kong is one of the strongest if not THE strongest advocates of Free Speech to this day. The entire reason Hong Kong exists is through the protests and screams of freedom that they suffered to bear to speak what they wanted to, and to this day they honor that and they will hopefully honor Snowden. The fact that he chose to put these two countries between him is daunting and intimidating, and they want nothing more than to get him out of there. Hong Kong will most likely not extradite him, so the only way they can shut him up is by taking their CIA or third party agency and ******* killing him. Or they can even pay off the triads and no one will ever know. Now I say this because this is where we decide what to do. Right now, collect your information, get your **** together and understand what's going on in the government. I see people all the time completely charged based upon ethos, they see wrongdoing against them and their argument is based upon that. What we really need to charge our arguments and our speech is logos. To cultivate information. I found all of my information in the matter of a day on the first few pages of google and public government websites. The matter of understanding what is given is what needs to be truly done, given the information we are allowed to have, we need to seek to understand before we do anything against the government should they not conduct themselves in the way we see fit. I'll continue this to you. Wordcount
#45 to #12 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
Snowden released 41 slides of information(word documents,excel, even brochures) about NSA, Only 6 remain.....without having to dig deep. I can tell you this, that from what i've found and read it would not surprise me in the SLIGHTEST that the NSA has information on at LEAST every citizen. Knowing this I have also seen a group of Israeli hackers get into those files in less then 5 minutes.... ICEDgrunge , your information is very true and you're barely scratching the surface.... so am I.
#70 - jinxbomb (06/13/2013) [-]
i like that he shows the world about prism, somthing made to breach our privacy, then the NSA has a ******* hissy fit about its own privacy being breached
#78 - bronywhat (06/13/2013) [-]
It was secret in the first place, they'll just keep secretly doing it. Even if the publc makes them "stop". That's the intelligence bizzniss for ya bros.
It was secret in the first place, they'll just keep secretly doing it. Even if the publc makes them "stop". That's the intelligence bizzniss for ya bros.
User avatar #37 - thebannedzombie (06/13/2013) [-]
So if they drag his ass back here, or send a seal team after him, would it not be right to revolt against our government to defend him?

This is a completely serious question. Because at the moment I strongly believe that a government that would execute or silence a man like this is on the path to a dark a terrible place.

User avatar #42 to #37 - jorah (06/13/2013) [-]
you mean **** that every government does?
User avatar #63 to #42 - alhemicar (06/13/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure the government of Zimbabwe hasn't yet tried this.
User avatar #47 to #37 - srskate (06/13/2013) [-]
ill join you
#40 to #37 - xxskoolxx (06/13/2013) [-]
Yes in all honesty unless something changes I would fear another civil war.
#104 - ikevinamaboss (06/13/2013) [-]
I will be using this often
User avatar #76 - durkadurka ONLINE (06/13/2013) [-]
If everyone doesn't get pissed off and demand that this **** stop, then things will have to get worse before people actually do something about it.
#49 - lordaurion (06/13/2013) [-]
>mfw all these people bitching about them doing this like it's something new
>mfw the government has been doing this since the 40's at the latest
>mfw every government ever has done **** like this
User avatar #67 to #49 - beerterror (06/13/2013) [-]
people are dumb y'know. But there is a thing now, that we think we're safe in the net, yet in fact we were much much more difficult to monitorize (is that a word?) back then without digital technologies.
#144 - facepalmftw (06/13/2013) [-]
NSA's biggest mistake so far:
"Okay Microsoft, thank you for agreeing to this. There's just one little thing. We're going to need you to make this game console so that it is online all the time. And don't let them play other people's games, cause that's... illegal..."
User avatar #151 to #144 - certifiedidiot (06/13/2013) [-]
Just remember that NSA is government, which is lead by politicians whom gladly accepts large amounts of cash from people ''anonymously'' whom they in no sort of way could end up owing a favor
User avatar #153 to #135 - certifiedidiot (06/13/2013) [-]
Faving that, it's got more than twice the needed amount for a official response, should be interesting.
#115 - anon (06/13/2013) [-]
Yes we confirm that we're conducting secret broad electronic surveillance on Americans and have been for years, but at least rest assured that we will do everything in our great power to capture the traitor that told on us. That's un-American.

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