‘NSA in da house’: German artist lights up US Embassy
2014-07-20, 06:37 PM,
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German artist, Oliver Bienkowski made a point of criticizing the USA’s surveillance program by projecting the words ‘NSA in da House’ over the walls of the US Embassy in Berlin.

The image featured the US President in a back to front baseball cup, as well as him holding up a sign for peace.


The Friday stunt is not the first time that Bienkowski has tried to ridicule America. Just over a year ago, he projected the words ‘United Stasi of America’ together with a picture of Kim Dotcom on to the wall of the US embassy in Berlin.

He was making a point of comparing the United States to the notorious East German secret police force. The Stasi employed extensive surveillance tactics against East German citizens during the Cold War, which still holds unpleasant memories for Germans.

With revelations that, among things, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s private phone calls were monitored by US agents, the level of distrust between Germany and the US has never been higher.

Recently, the country expelled the CIA bureau chief stationed in Berlin, and apparently may only write sensitive documents with typewriters from now on.


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2014-07-20, 06:43 PM,
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I like what he is doing!! USA is treating their so called "friends" as shit...

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2014-07-20, 07:16 PM,
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There's no country (or at least powerful country) that doesn't spy its own citizens and other countries. Nothing new under the sun, it's something normal right now, we're definetely living in the golden century of espionage.
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2014-07-20, 07:19 PM,
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Who can release xKeyscore here ? ;) I wanna spy myself right now Grin

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2014-07-21, 04:30 AM,
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haha great one.

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2014-07-22, 07:27 AM,
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That is really funny xD
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2014-07-22, 07:58 AM,
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I'm sure the German government has a similar surveillance program. Everybody spies on everybody. Still funny though
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2014-07-23, 04:29 AM,
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That's amusing although I'm suprised it isn't illegal to do on something like a foreign Embassy.
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2014-07-23, 04:31 AM,
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(2014-07-23, 04:29 AM)ℛoyal Wrote: That's amusing although I'm suprised it isn't illegal to do on something like a foreign Embassy.

I'm quite sure it was illegal lol
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2014-07-23, 05:00 AM,
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everyone's spying everyone -.-'' I hate the goverments!

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