July 13, 2013


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07 13 13 Superpower Death Watch












US [World Tyrant] Chinook helicopter shot down; 27 American [World Tyrant] terrorists killed




Friday, 12 July 2013 19:57








The Islamic Emirate’s Mujahideen shot down the US [World Tyrant] aggressors’ Chinook helicopter in Burka district of Baghlan province later yesterday night, killing as many as 27 US [World Tyrant] terrorist troops aboard the helicopter.




The helicopter attempting to raid Mujahideen went down after coming under missiles fire before it caught fire in midair.




As result, the helicopter plunged to the ground and was torn apart, killing more than 27 US [World Tyrant] troops, and crew members aboard the helicopter.




Hence, all Mujahideen stationed in the post left the area sound and safe.




[ Mujahideen = troops of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan ]








Edward Snowden statement: ‘It was the right thing to do and I have no regrets’




Friday 12 July 2013 11.15 EDT








Hello.  My name is Ed Snowden.  A little over one month ago, I had family, a home in paradise [Hawai’i], and I lived in great comfort.




I also had the capability without any warrant to search for, seize, and read your communications.  Anyone’s communications at any time.  That is the power to change people’s fates.




It is also a serious violation of the law.  The 4th and 5th Amendments to the Constitution of my country, Article 12 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and numerous statutes and treaties forbid such systems of massive, pervasive surveillance.  While the US Constitution marks these programs as illegal, my government argues that secret court rulings, which the world is not permitted to see, somehow legitimize an illegal affair. These rulings simply corrupt the most basic notion of justice –that it must be seen to be done.  The immoral cannot be made moral through the use of secret law.




I believe in the principle declared at Nuremberg in 1945: “Individuals have international duties which transcend the national obligations of obedience. Therefore individual citizens have the duty to violate domestic laws to prevent crimes against peace and humanity from occurring.”




Accordingly, I did what I believed right and began a campaign to correct this wrongdoing.  I did not seek to enrich myself. I did not seek to sell US secrets.  I did not partner with any foreign government to guarantee my safety.  Instead, I took what I knew to the public, so what affects all of us can be discussed by all of us in the light of day, and I asked the world for justice.




That moral decision to tell the public about spying that affects all of us has been costly, but it was the right thing to do and I have no regrets.




Since that time, the government and intelligence services of the United States of America have attempted to make an example of me, a warning to all others who might speak out as I have.  I have been made stateless and hounded for my act of political expression.  The United States Government has placed me on no-fly lists.  It demanded Hong Kong return me outside of the framework of its laws, in direct violation of the principle of non-refoulement –the Law of Nations.








Non-refoulement is a principle of the international law, i.e. of customary and trucial [protectorate] Law of Nations  which forbids the rendering a true victim of persecution to their persecutor; persecutor generally referring to a state-actor (country/government).














It has threatened with sanctions countries who would stand up for my human rights and the UN asylum system.  It has even taken the unprecedented step of ordering military allies to ground a Latin American president’s plane in search for a political refugee.  These dangerous escalations represent a threat not just to the dignity of Latin America, but to the basic rights shared by every person, every nation, to live free from persecution, and to seek and enjoy asylum.




Yet even in the face of this historically disproportionate aggression, countries around the world have offered support and asylum.  These nations, including Russia, Venezuela, Bolivia, Nicaragua, and Ecuador have my gratitude and respect for being the first to stand against human rights violations carried out  by the powerful rather than the powerless. By refusing to compromise their principles in the face of intimidation, they have earned the respect of the world.  It is my intention to travel to each of these countries to extend my personal thanks to their people and leaders.




I announce today my formal acceptance of all offers of support or asylum I have been extended and all others that may be offered in the future.  With, for example, the grant of asylum provided by Venezuela’s President Maduro, my asylee status is now formal, and no state has a basis by which to limit or interfere with my right to enjoy that asylum.




As we have seen, however, some governments in Western European and North American states have demonstrated a willingness to act outside the law, and this behavior persists today.  This unlawful threat makes it impossible for me to travel to Latin America and enjoy the asylum granted there in accordance with our shared rights.




This willingness by powerful states to act extra-legally represents a threat to all of us, and must not be allowed to succeed.  Accordingly, I ask for your assistance in requesting guarantees of safe passage from the relevant nations in securing my travel to Latin America, as well as requesting asylum in Russia until such time as these states accede [in Western Europe and North America] to law and my legal travel is permitted.  I will be submitting my request to Russia today, and hope it will be accepted favorably.




If you have any questions, I will answer what I can.




Thank you.








Snowden Case Shows Need of Protection: U.N. Rights Chief




12 July 2013








U.N. human rights chief Navi Pillay gave support for former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden today, saying his case showed *the need to protect people who uncovered abuses against human rights*.




In her first public comments on the matter, Pillay also called on all countries to respect the right for people to seek asylum.


“Snowden’s case has shown the need to protect persons disclosing information on matters that have implications for human rights, as well as the importance of ensuring respect for the right to privacy,” Pillay said in a statement.


“National legal systems must ensure that there are adequate avenues for individuals disclosing violations of human rights to express their concern without fear of reprisals,” she added.

Pillay said undue surveillance could amount to an infringement of human rights.


“While concerns about national security and criminal activity may justify the exceptional and narrowly-tailored use of surveillance programs, surveillance without adequate safeguards to protect the right to privacy actually risks impacting negatively on the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms,” she said.


According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, no one may be subjected to arbitrary interference with their privacy, family, home or correspondence, and the law must protect everyone against such interference, she said.




She cited testimony by a former U.N. expert on human rights in counter terrorism, saying reliable information about human rights violations by an intelligence agency is most likely to come from within the agency, and whistleblowers in such cases should be protected from legal reprisals and disciplinary action.








[Pantocles Putin’s] Telephone conversation with…[Pantocles] Barack Obama




July 13, 2013, 00:30










[Pantocles] Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with President of the United States of America [The World Tyrant, Pantocles] Barack Obama on the American [The World Tyrant] side’s initiative.




…[They] exchanged views on issues in bilateral cooperation and security.




In addition, the leaders discussed the situation surrounding Edward Snowden.












Army helicopters ‘terrorize’ Port Angeles area; military apologizes




Last modified: July 12. 2013 5:45PM






[ Port Angeles is the county seat of Clallam County, Washington, United States {The World Tyrant}










Army helicopters with spotlights[,] on an unannounced training mission “terrorized” the Port Angeles area late Thursday night, causing *dozens* of calls from alarmed residents to police.


Army Col. H. Charles…Hodges Jr. [garrison commander of Joint Base *Fort Lewis-McChord* near Tacoma, about 90 miles south of Port Angeles] apologized and said the incident was unacceptable.


“They terrorized my city,” Port Angeles Mayor Cherie Kidd said Friday.


“No one had any warning about the helicopters, no one said anything afterwards, and today city officials had to spend hours just trying to find out what had happened –who had *invaded* Port Angeles.”


The helicopters –Hodges said they were four CH-47 Chinooks, twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopters, “big, heavy machines, they make a lot of noise…”– were over Port Angeles, located on the North Olympic Peninsula coast about 60 miles west of Seattle, from about 11:15 p.m. to shortly before midnight Thursday.


Residents said they were awakened from their sleep, and that spotlights stabbed down from the low-flying helicopters into their backyards.


[Interviewed by telephone from Fort Campbell KY headquarters for the unit,] Army Maj. Michael Burns later told the PDN




[ Peninsula Daily News












that the training exercise over Port Angeles and the surrounding area was by the 160th *Special Operations* Aviation Regiment at Fort Lewis-McChord and also included MH-60 Blackhawk attack helicopters.








160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne)










United States Army Special Operations Command






























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US [World Tyrant] Chinook helicopter shot down; 27 American [World Tyrant] terrorists killed






Edward Snowden statement: ‘It was the right thing to do and I have no regrets’






Snowden Case Shows Need of Protection: U.N. Rights Chief




4 [Pantocles Putin’s] Telephone conversation with…[Pantocles] Barack Obama




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Army helicopters ‘terrorize’ Port Angeles area; military apologizes



















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