amanfromMars 1 Fri 6 Nov 04:49  ….. raging against the machine on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/11/05/the_gces_crypto_proposal_isnt_dumb_its_malicious_and_i_didnt_notice/
Re: I love the way A.N.Other hack thinks GCHQ are dumb
The politicians might be dumb, ok , not might, are. But the people at GCHQ are extremely smart and we only find out a fraction of what they get up to. In fact the fraction they want us to know.
Still, I’m sure they’re more than happy for you to underestimate them. In fact making sure you do is probably policy. … boltar
Quite so, boltar. However, the virtually smart ones are happy to realise they can also be overestimated with future based talents a rare premium commodity/entity most probably missing in-house rather than powering and empowering it, and as is apparently evidenced by the distinct lack of intelligence progress delivered for media propagation by proxy puppets and muppet puppeteers to the masses.
Does GCHQ look for intelligence and information to report on second and third party trails and tales to whomever/whatever, or invent and spin the intelligence source itself to commandeer future direction and control narrative production to guarantee established system payments rather than ensuring catastrophic titanic virtual machine collapse ‽ . Is GCHQ, and foreign service centres just like them elsewhere around the world, a grand master of destiny or active cuckold for them?
amanfromMars 1 Fri 6 Nov 05:37  ….. saying more on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2015/11/05/the_gces_crypto_proposal_isnt_dumb_its_malicious_and_i_didnt_notice/
Re: Re: I love the way A.N.Other hack thinks GCHQ are dumb @amanfromMars 1
And talking of cuckolds to catastrophic titanic virtual machines and forewarned about Military Industrial Complexes, here be a manic fluffing cheerleader getting excited on the sidelines ……. The Ranting Runt that is John McCain
Obviously he learnt nothing whilst a host and model prisoner of Vietnam?
amanfromMars  ….. creating another difficulty for solving on http://amanfrommars.blogspot.co.uk/2015/11/151104151105.html
RE:”GCHQ Replies Truthfully …..”
I agree that mass surveillance is justified. Not only that it can be of good use to innocent people.
The problem you need to fix is the denial of the evidence collected to be used in court.
Right now they swear up and down that they do not have such information, or that it cannot be used in court because of its classification.
Fix that problem and you will make my day. ……. Casey Evans
The problem with that problem being solved, Casey E, is that collection is on a novel objective subject proposed and led by a self-serving subjective executive, and whenever that is more evident is it realised to be subversive and oppressive and a facility to be resisted and crushed?
Or would that sticky problem for solving be more an abiding opportunity for exploiting?
6 November 2015 at 10:04