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Glen Greenwald Says The ‘Most Shocking’ NSA Leaks Yet to Come

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 2:40
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What could possibly be worse than what we have already learned?

FT. MEADE, MD - UNDATED: (FILE PHOTO) This undated photo provided by the National Security Agency (NSA) shows its headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. (Photo by NSA via Getty Images)

FT. MEADE, MD – UNDATED: (FILE PHOTO) This undated photo provided by the National Security Agency (NSA) shows its headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. (Photo by NSA via Getty Images)

By JG Vibes | October 16, 2013 | 6:00am EST

WASHINGTON (INTELLIHUB) — The Edward Snowden leaks have confirmed what many people in the alternative media have been saying for a long time, that the NSA is spying on almost everyone on the planet.  

Since the first leaks were released, the entire mainstream dialogue regarding government surveillance has completely changed, with big brother no longer being a “conspiracy theory”.

This week Glen Greenwald made news with the announcement that he would be leaving the Guardian to work on an independent media project.  He has also made news by claiming that the biggest NSA leaks are yet to come.

“There are a lot more stories,” Greenwald told a large crowd at the Global Investigative Journalism Conference currently taking place in Rio de Janeiro. “The archives are so complex and so deep and so shocking, that I think the most shocking and significant stories are the ones we are still working on, and have yet to publish.” 

Common Dreams reported that the first leak will include details of U.S. spying in France and Spain, similar to revelations of U.S. spying in Brazil that has angered the Brazilian government and set off a chain of tense exchanges between the two. 

Greenwald also noted that he is in daily contact with Edward Snowden, as well as with the Berlin-based U.S. filmmaker Laura Poitras, who has been working with him on the NSA stories. Together they are carefully sifting through the “thousands and thousands” of NSA documents yet to shock the world, said Greenwald. 

“We are undertaking high-risk journalism. We shall continue doing so until we publish the last document I have,” Greenwald recently told a Brazilian congressional panel investigating the allegations that Washington spied on Brazil.

Sources:

[1] Greenwald: ‘Most Shocking’ NSA Stories Yet to Come – Common Dreams

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VibesJG Vibes is an Intellihub.com investigative journalist, staff writer and editor. He is also the author of “Alchemy of the Modern Renaissance”, an 87 chapter e-book and is an artist with an established record label. Find him on his Facebook.
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  • Anonamoos in the hoose

    I don’t believe this Snowden psyop. He has not said one thing we dont already know. I guess the sheeple are enjoying the show though.

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