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Snow-E. Was watching Wall-E and kinda made this connection, and wanted to share.. Sometimes the ones you are told are dangerous, could very well be the ones who

Was watching Wall-E and kinda made this connection, and wanted to share.

Sometimes the ones you are told are dangerous,
could very well be the ones who are actually looking out for your best interests
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User avatar #3 - greenstrongworld (08/11/2013) [-]
Like I said, Hitler did nothing wrong.
User avatar #214 to #117 - greenstrongworld (08/12/2013) [-]
Trust me, Hitler was pretty serious.
User avatar #220 to #219 - greenstrongworld (08/12/2013) [-]
Somebody make one with "DO SHE GOT A BOOTY" "OH MY GOD SHE DO"
User avatar #95 to #3 - ManicalMayhem (08/11/2013) [-]
You're Right according to German law at the time he wasn't doing anything Illegal. Spying on the american people is is not illegal either so Obama(and any president who was aware of this) did nothing wrong....
User avatar #110 to #95 - greenstrongworld (08/12/2013) [-]
It's not really clear in my mind since I am really tired but didn't Hitler install laws of some sort to legalize what he was doing? I forget the name of this.
User avatar #114 to #110 - ManicalMayhem (08/12/2013) [-]
The Nuremberg Laws... or in the Snowden case... the Patriot Act. The patriot act made it ok for the Government to spy on it's own people for no reason. There's a reason it's called Fatherland Security... oops I mean Homeland Security, it gives people a sense of safety, when in reality it does the opposite.
#66 - sparkysparkybooman (08/11/2013) [-]
I don't think of Snowden as much of a hero. We already knew about the surveillance, and if you didn't you obviously paid no attention the the news. All he did was confirm what we already knew, and gave details about how we did it. All in all he described to our enemy how we track them.

Whenever I comment this I get barraged with red thumbs, but please do your research. Snowden didn't "reveal" that our government was spying on us, he confirmed it, and explain how.
#255 to #66 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
THIS!

Hope Russia uses the **** out of him then kills him.
User avatar #79 to #66 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
It's strange that people flipped over it so much, i mean it's naive to think that only the US spies on it's citizens. Governments will always spy on their people, whether they have a constitution or not.
#83 to #79 - sparkysparkybooman (08/11/2013) [-]
Exactly. Basically every country that can do it, will. Countries love to point fingers at the US as well. Take France for example, they got made at the US for spying, the right after got into the spotlight for spying of their own. ( www.csmonitor.com/World/Europe/2013/0705/After-slapping-US-France-finds-itself-in-spotlight-for-spying )

I don't think surveillance (or spying, if you prefer) of online communications will ever stop. It's just getting started.
#82 to #79 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
People flipped **** so much because it's such a loose end, if they can untie that knot with relative ease they can just unravel the entire thing whenever the **** they want..
User avatar #152 to #66 - IamSofaKingdom (08/12/2013) [-]
I worked in a public place with a lot of foot traffic, he was revealing it for most Americans. I am dumbfounded at how many people still don't know. I had to explain to my parents that he wasn't a terrorist...
User avatar #100 to #66 - jellyballs (08/11/2013) [-]
Also, the other thing is Snowden had to sign multiple contracts and agreements that if he broke he would be forced to face legal action. He broke the law plain and simple. Also everything you said.
#74 to #66 - sparkysparkybooman (08/11/2013) [-]
Please note I'm not saying I agree or support 100% what our government is doing, just that people give way to much credit to snowden thinking he let out some insane secret. I think it's a clear violation of the 4th amendment, but at the same time it's relatively necessary to our national security. These programs have stopped over 50 terrorist plans, 13 in the us alone. That's 13 9/11's or boston bombings that DIDN't happen.

It's a complicated issue that I hope can (somehow) be balanced out to not violate our rights, but at the same time preventing devastating terrorist threats.
User avatar #185 to #74 - nitsuan (08/12/2013) [-]
Thank you, I am glad somebody else is able to see past their blind sense of justice, and instead see logic. Snowden did confirmed what we already knew, but the price of what he did may not be worth the reward nor the punishment.
User avatar #187 to #185 - nitsuan (08/12/2013) [-]
punishment consequences

Consequences fits better, but I could not think of the word at the moment, and literally remembered it as soon as I gave up and clicked reply ( **** me, right?)
#29 - roliga (08/11/2013) [-]
Jesus Christ Snowden, don't you know it's illegal to point out all of the illegal things your government is doing?
#112 to #29 - acemcgunner (08/12/2013) [-]
that made me smile..
User avatar #57 - iHAXnoobs (08/11/2013) [-]
I don't understand how everyone is so shocked, did you really think you weren't getting surveyed?
I live in canada and I guarantee the same level or higher of surveillance or higher going on, same as everywhere in the world.
#69 to #57 - sparkysparkybooman (08/11/2013) [-]
This is what I've been saying for so long. People act like we just discovered this, when we've known about it for YEARS, and they've been doing this kind of surveillance for over a DECADE!

#211 to #69 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
We discovered more specifics about the program, stop acting like people were formally briefed on this topic. We got a short "Oh we just do some word filtering" not an entire report.
#218 to #211 - sparkysparkybooman (08/12/2013) [-]
"All he did was confirm what we already knew, and gave details about how we did it." -ME
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4730737/Snow-E/66#66
#215 to #211 - sparkysparkybooman (08/12/2013) [-]
If you've read any of my billion other comments on this post you'll see that I already know this.

And we did know many details already, like how the NSA gets phone companies to give up their records.
www.truth-out.org/news/item/17459-att-tech-blew-the-whistle-on-nsa-spying-in-2006
#221 to #215 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
"Snowden has revealed a much deeper and broader level of NSA penetration of the internet" Taken straight from the article.
#222 to #221 - sparkysparkybooman (08/12/2013) [-]
Congrats you can read like everyone else. What do you want a cookie?
#224 to #222 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
Which was my entire ******* point in the first place, Snowden gave us more specifics, not some vague unconfirmed **** we had before.
#225 to #224 - sparkysparkybooman (08/12/2013) [-]
I like how I agreed with you earlier and your still trying to argue with me. Go away.
#229 to #225 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
"And we did know many details already"

Obviously we didn't agree.
#230 to #229 - sparkysparkybooman (08/12/2013) [-]
Well, maybe you didn't know many details, but many did. I'm done responding because I'm starting to think your just a troll.
#232 to #230 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
Many obviously didn't seeing as even someone who had insight in the past on this issue said Snowden uncovered more details than were available before, which was again my point.
#233 to #232 - sparkysparkybooman (08/12/2013) [-]
Oh so you are a troll. Thanks for confirming it =)
#237 to #233 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
Calling someone a troll to get out of looking stupid, classic.
#249 to #237 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
Fellow Anon, your an idiot.
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#58 to #57 - kanedam (08/11/2013) [-]
well man, most people just didnt believe it even though there was evidence, movies, theories, and much more about it...
they just didnt believe it or never cared enough to listen to the people telling them about it.

so well, now they are all shocked!
what a ******** ...
#166 - iamphoenix (08/12/2013) [-]
I hate this mentality regarding people who leak information.

So the **** what? They were passing on secrets from their own country to other countries. Their career is based on keeping secrets, they don't get to decide which ones they share. We've known about the government doing wiretapping since Lincoln.
#177 to #166 - iamphoenix (08/12/2013) [-]
Don't get me wrong, though, these NSA taps are hella ****** up.
User avatar #15 - paradox (08/11/2013) [-]
i completely agree. Sirius Black is a perfect example of this
#14 - grandtheftkoala **User deleted account** (08/11/2013) [-]
#167 to #14 - witislimited (08/12/2013) [-]
Keep reminiscing. Can't put out another idea suggesting the government is using/creating public incidents as an excuse to create laws to **** your rights/freedoms/opinion/bravery without having it labeled a conspiracy theory, and people avoiding it like it was Apple's legal team. I can't wait until one of these conspiracy theories are proven right, and these stupid ass people call it "investigative journalism" or some other formal **** .

Picture extremely relevant.
#172 to #167 - pwnmissilereborn **User deleted account** (08/12/2013) [-]
Haha, now I can see it.
Haha, now I can see it.
#61 to #14 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Remember when you could go outside without the police and military pinning you to the ground and arresting you just for looking suspicious?

Well, that's why they aren't the minority now. And that's why they aren't lunatics. Because they were right this whole time.
User avatar #130 to #61 - mrbugadybugady (08/12/2013) [-]
When was the last time you got pinned to the ground, ey buddy?
#18 to #14 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Remember when the government wasn't openly ******* civil liberties in the face?

Me either.
#54 to #18 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
*neither
User avatar #64 - miltorky ONLINE (08/11/2013) [-]
Ready for red thumbs but Snowden technically committed treason, granted it was for a decent cause but I think both parties should be punished, NSA and Snowden
#65 to #64 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Just because he committed treason doesn't mean he did the wrong thing. It's the same as exposing nazis to the public. The american government is tyranny, and it needs to end now.
User avatar #76 to #65 - generaljosh (08/11/2013) [-]
Buddy, the fact that US citizens are allowed to say that the American government is tyranny is proof that it isn't.
User avatar #71 to #65 - miltorky ONLINE (08/11/2013) [-]
I'm sure someone has already mentioned the numerous surveillance policies that all countries have adopted. I wouldn't be as upset about it if the US just admitted they were adopting such measures. Snowden worked for a National Security Contractor, what the **** did he expect? I guarantee he signed a contract when he started work swearing him to secrecy because he would be dealing with things that the government felt was not ready for public attention. And by the way, if you honestly expect a government to trust its citizens to the fullest, you obviously have no idea how the world works.
#168 - rza (08/12/2013) [-]
Not being a total government supporter, But giving away secrets about our government to enemies isn't for our safety. (I'm getting red thumbs for this)
Not being a total government supporter, But giving away secrets about our government to enemies isn't for our safety. (I'm getting red thumbs for this)
#154 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
I love how the ignorant idiots on this site believes Obama controls these kinds of things. I don't know what you guys learned in school, but the government is made up of three parts and they all allowed this to happen. As much as you like to believe it the President is not some kind of Overlord of the USA.
#226 to #154 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
President Obama extended the patriot act and expanded PRISM, I like how you ignorant idiots always find some way to say Obama isn't at fault.
User avatar #198 - trollmobile ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
they're actually telling you guys he's a bad guy in america?
here in europe he's viewed like a fugitive from a criminal government.
#254 to #198 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
That's because Europe is a ******* Nationalist p.o.s.
User avatar #256 to #254 - trollmobile ONLINE (08/13/2013) [-]
we're not one nation


bitch ***** .
User avatar #140 - hawaiianhappysauce (08/12/2013) [-]
I don't understand why people are so surprised the government was spying on people. I remember people talking about wiretaps during the Bush Darius Negrophallusistration.
User avatar #146 to #140 - ManicalMayhem (08/12/2013) [-]
And Nixon Darius Negrophallusistration... but oh right he was impeached... So why not others?
User avatar #156 to #146 - ivoryhammer (08/12/2013) [-]
Because they used 9/11 as an excuse for it and people are terrified if there's a .0000000000000000000000000001% chance that they could die.
User avatar #147 to #146 - hawaiianhappysauce (08/12/2013) [-]
Well, technically he resigned before the impeachment.
User avatar #157 to #147 - ManicalMayhem (08/12/2013) [-]
No actually he resigned before being "removed from office" To impeach is to take to trial which he was taken to trial, but resigned before being removed from office.

www.google.com/search?q=definition+of+impeach&oq=definition+of+impeach&aqs=chrome.0.69i57j5j0l2.9109j0&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
User avatar #160 to #157 - hawaiianhappysauce (08/12/2013) [-]
I knew what impeached meant but I wasn't aware of the trial. My mistake.
User avatar #161 to #160 - ManicalMayhem (08/12/2013) [-]
ok lol
User avatar #158 to #140 - ivoryhammer (08/12/2013) [-]
I thought it was obvious that the government was watching what we do on the internet already. I sort of expect them to be watching us.
#8 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
kind of true, the government isn't one gigantic thing, it has millions of people employed. Alot of those people have good intentions, but some of them are corrupt. I mean, Snowden was part of the government too.

Same goes for policemen and every other institution.
#124 - whenindoubtsplooge (08/12/2013) [-]
<<<Snowden Reference here
#189 - triggathepirate (08/12/2013) [-]
YOOOO!
WHAT THE **** !?

WHAT IF BIN LADEN WAS JESUS?!
#68 - mrmamric (08/11/2013) [-]
I'm not trying to set the world on fire, but Scientology helped uncovered MKUltra. I'm now for or against, I'm just saying.
I'm not trying to set the world on fire, but Scientology helped uncovered MKUltra. I'm now for or against, I'm just saying.
User avatar #163 - dracosjaws (08/12/2013) [-]
Ghandi didn't run.
Martin Luthor King didn't run.
Nelson Mandala didn't run.
Just saying.
#203 to #163 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
Ghandi: assassinated
MLK: assassinated
Nelson Mandela: Imprisoned for a third of his life
Just saying.
#159 - lafuriaroja (08/12/2013) [-]
Except for that he's a piece of 			****		 who gave extremely sensitive American secrets to other governments.
Except for that he's a piece of **** who gave extremely sensitive American secrets to other governments.
#209 to #159 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
Maybe the US shouldn't have been interfering in other governments?
User avatar #164 to #159 - timmywankenobi (08/12/2013) [-]
you do realise there is no proof he gave top secret info to any foreign countries at all.
User avatar #183 to #164 - thejewcard (08/12/2013) [-]
He fled to ******* China, one of the most ruthless totalitarian regimes on the planet, and one of the USAs biggest economical and political adversaries. He did not leave there unless he told them everything. And when he finally got out, where the **** did he go? ******* Russia, neck and neck with China in ruthlessness and political ambition. He squealed like a pig getting jackhammered in its nut sack
User avatar #190 to #183 - timmywankenobi (08/12/2013) [-]
maybe maybe not.
#197 to #183 - bazda (08/12/2013) [-]
There is absolutely no evidence to back up what you are saying. The fact that he was allowed to leave China alive disproves it. He went to China because he knew they wouldn't extradite him, same with Russia.
#213 to #197 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
He went to China with dozens of US secrets...and you think that China just let him go scot-free? If anything, him leaving China alive proves that he told them.
#243 to #213 - bazda (08/12/2013) [-]
If China is such a ruthless regime as the above commenter claims, why would they let him go? They either get all the info they want out of him, and keep him as a bargaining chip with the US, or just lock him away for the rest of his life.
#182 - dwarfman (08/12/2013) [-]
&gt;Not a hero   
&gt;Not living in a police state   
&gt;Your posts aren't changing the world   
   
If you want something changed get off your asses and do something about it. Posting terrible content on a comedy site won't change 			****		. And as a blanket response to the comments: Conspiracy theorists are still idiots, will always be idiots, and have not once been right. Our rights are threatened but we not heading towards fascism. Stop trying to be anonymous and do something about it. Your comments, content, and bitching are not changing a damn thing.
>Not a hero
>Not living in a police state
>Your posts aren't changing the world

If you want something changed get off your asses and do something about it. Posting terrible content on a comedy site won't change **** . And as a blanket response to the comments: Conspiracy theorists are still idiots, will always be idiots, and have not once been right. Our rights are threatened but we not heading towards fascism. Stop trying to be anonymous and do something about it. Your comments, content, and bitching are not changing a damn thing.
User avatar #191 to #182 - avatarsarefornoobs (08/12/2013) [-]
this^
lets bring the funny back to funnyjunk
#63 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
i think what he did was a mistake.

Sure, he voiced for more transparency, etc. But suddenly revealing documents - akin to Bradley Manning - puts the coutnry in danger.

He's willing to give up his and other peoples' security for freedom. Without giving the other people a choice.
#72 to #63 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
It doesn't really put the country in danger at all, it puts the current Darius Negrophallusistration in danger and that's about it.

And the founders of this country were very clear on freedom vs safety: "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
#80 to #72 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Just because the founders said something doesn't mean they're right. That's one thing I hate about the US (I'm a citizen, btw, so no "Success breeds jealousy" **** ) It should take more than a quote to make an argument.

Also, that quote is someone's moral system. Morality is subjective so I'm not going to listen to moral arguments here - especially on an issue where it's split as to whether you should lean more towards security vs. freedom.

Sowden actually did leak some important information, such as the collection of data from U.S. phone call records to search for possible links to terrorists abroad and online communications from/to foreign people to find out about suspicious behavior.

If one of these targets were to know they were being monitored, they could change tactics to be more covert. And if they didn't know that they specifically were being monitored, they could still change tactics just in case.
#89 to #80 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Considering everything in this country is based on these people i'd say what they said holds a tremendous amounts of weight in current conversation about the US.

And terrorist aren't plotting their attacks over the phone dude, they might call each other at the time or just before the attack but by that time the information is useless.
User avatar #93 to #89 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
You know they found a ******** of data on the computer's of the boston marathon bombers? Like how to make bombs, here is also an interesting piece of info:

-- Russian authorities intercepted a phone call in early 2011 from one of the Tsarnaev brothers in the United States to their mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaev, in Dagestan, an official with knowledge of the investigation told CNN over the weekend. The wiretapped communication discussed jihad, but the conversation was vague, two U.S. officials said. It was unclear why the Russians were eavesdropping on the mother.

So yes terrorists do use cellphones and the internet to blow **** up.
#99 to #93 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Looking up how to build a bomb and discussing jihand isn't exactly an in depth plan, so my point still stands, terrorists don't discuss their plans on a phone or over the internet.
User avatar #103 to #99 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
Yet, they bombed a marathon and killed a lot of people.
#104 to #103 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Yes, terrorists can still terrorize without going into a chat room and plotting their attack.
User avatar #107 to #104 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
No one mentioned a chatroom, but it's silly to think terrorists communicate between themselves through smoke signals and letters.
#108 to #107 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
I never said they don't communicate, just that they're not plotting **** over the phone or internet.
User avatar #199 to #108 - elyiia (08/12/2013) [-]
Actually it's been shown that's it fairly common, or at least used to be, for terrorist / people involved in organised crime to use older mmo chatrooms for discussing stuff of that nature.
#92 to #89 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
If they speak in code/ refer to otherwise innocent - seeming things, then yes they can plan things.

The founders founded the country 300 years ago. What they said was extremely intelligent for that time. But just saying the word "founders" does not mean that the argument is valid for this time. If you can prove it is, then great. But my issue is that the founders, in some cases, can be outdated.
#106 to #92 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
If they speak in code it wouldn't be flagged by PRISM anyway so it really wouldn't matter at that point.
User avatar #238 to #106 - HarvietheDinkle (08/12/2013) [-]
Unless they're using context clues.
#240 to #238 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
So they're going to speak in code then use extremely obvious words for key phrases, that's not going to happen.
User avatar #241 to #240 - HarvietheDinkle (08/12/2013) [-]
I don't think I can explain it more clearly than what I did.

Even with code, context can play a big role in deciphering the meaning behind a conversation. This has been a widely advertised tactic used by the military, etc.
#244 to #241 - Rascal (08/12/2013) [-]
Every single conversation isn't being gone over by a literary expert, it's going by a computer that red-flags specific words.
User avatar #253 to #244 - HarvietheDinkle (08/12/2013) [-]
yes, you definitely know this as you work for the govt.

computers do the flagging; filtered conversations are human interpreted
User avatar #81 to #72 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
The founders didn't got to meet al qaeda and other types of interesting people that without even knowing me, want to blow me into tiny little pieces.
#86 to #81 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Yeah the founders just had to deal with the 1# superpower in the world invading them and the relentless attacks by the indians, i'd say they had it harder than worrying about a few *********** 10,000 miles away.
User avatar #87 to #86 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
A few *********** that already blew up 2 very important buildings in the US, and that's not even stating everything they have done.
#90 to #87 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
As opposed to an invading country occupying major cities, and having settlements burnt to the ground every single ******* day, i'd say they had a ******** more to deal with.
User avatar #91 to #90 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
We would be in the same situation if we didn't have a good national defense. Although that's also in danger since terrorists now know they're being monitored in the US, and yes FYI there are terrorists living in the US.
#94 to #91 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
We weren't being invaded before these programs came into existence, so they obviously aren't necessary.

And terrorists have always been under the assumption they're being monitored, that's why they don't go into home depot, and order electrical circuits, fertilizer and a barrel in the same location, they're not plotting this **** on the internet or on the phone.
#98 to #94 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Yes, we actually were being invaded, in a way.

Think: Spies/ a very big superpower overseas

Terrorists have always used code to speak, but it's gotten even more efficient over time.
#102 to #98 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
That's nowhere near the same as having a physical army marching through your cities.
User avatar #239 to #102 - HarvietheDinkle (08/12/2013) [-]
Doesn't matter; still counts.
User avatar #96 to #94 - ronyx (08/11/2013) [-]
No **** bro, we weren't being invaded because al qaeda is not from the 1900 and has less than 60 years of existance. Please tell me then how did the boston marathon terrorists made their bombs? Because as far as i know Dzhokhar Tsarnaev downloaded bomb-making instructions from an al-Qaida magazine.
#101 to #96 - Rascal (08/11/2013) [-]
Looking up bomb plans isn't plotting terrorist attacks on the internet.
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