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Wikileaks co-founder expects full disclosure of Snowden trove
Tuesday Jul 1st, 2014 9:26 AM
"This was just a way to get certain kinds of documents out to the public.... a collective of people contributing their time to it and not a centralized operation raising lots of money. it's basically a violation of Cryptome's policy--to publish the names of people who do not want to be identified." - John Young

John Young, seen here with partner Debra Natsios, was one of the original co-founders of Wikileaks, but parted ways when their funding needs began to exceed the $2000/yr he typically spends on Cryptome. He was recently queried by a publication in New York about the future of the Snowden trove, and posted his responses. He's likely be found at HOPE, which will be held in NYC July 18 - 20. 

"...only informed citizens can vet the tawdry disclosures of secretkeepers -- which crescendo in times of crisis, as with the uprising of the resurgent war on terrorism promised by Obama at West Point, to the great pleasure of the usual "war is great" suspects.

All civilians are involved, they own the place and are accountable for its inhabitants, despite insitutionalized favoritism of race, clan, mob, wealth, poverty, wit and witlessness. All civilians predate on civilians, they are animals too.

July is hot as hell, so a great month to burn through public money  ferociously, battling over which voracious information producer can inflame the newsmaking loins of peace and war: in times of both prepare for both, endlessly elbow bending at the perfidy of the PR competitors.

So, definitely, Snowden documents will be released in July. If the contending parties have their way, all of the documents will be released to kickstart the war on terrorism, in Iraq, in Iran, in North Korea, in the Holy Land, across Africa, Caribbean Drug Sea, the US-Mexican border, and the areas of operations always on alert in DC, Fort Meade and Colorado Springs.

Not for nothing is July the hottest time for political campaigning for patriotism, the 4th sacred, the panels whiskeyed. Hillary is frontrunner for inebriated warmaking, on that the political spectrum agrees.



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