The most important video of the year was filmed in 1983.

Edward Snowden

Nov 7

Hat tip to @BankerWeimar, whose ongoing “Do you think the CIA still does this?” memes sent me looking for old interviews of all the former employees the CIA sued into silence.

The entire thing is much longer, but *entirely* worth the watch. The government sued Snepp in a case that went all the way to the Supreme Court, which ruled intelligence workers had to submit any statement for censorship, even those unrelated to secrets.

Full video:

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2 Responses to The most important video of the year was filmed in 1983.

  1. Bullright says:

    I suppose even more than what they did/do, I am as concerned about the success rate of it. But naturally, it would only be a matter of time until politicians use the same manipulation tactics on the public for their own benefits.

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    • a12iggymom says:

      The very fact there are many (hundreds- thousands?) of these old videos that weren’t archived is what concerns me. People today don’t read. If a video is longer than 5 minutes, it’s too long. USA history is being destroyed daily in front of us and it doesn’t seem to bother the masses.

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