(Via Boing Boing) John Cusack, actor and member of the Freedom of the Press Foundation, describes the Huffington Post with some bitterness the backlash that exists against the whistleblower Edward Snowden from right to left now: "Mika Brzezinski of MSNBC claims that Glenn Greenwald's reporting 'misleading' and he 'too close to the story' is. Snowden was not a whistleblower, and Glenn not a journalist, she says. Located in New York Jeffrey Toobin Snowden accused of being 'grandiose narcissist who has earned the prison.' Another journalist Willard Foxton, Glenn Greenwald is the leader of a 'creepy cult' is in the New York Times David Brooks complains Snowden -. not the government – of betraying virtually anything on, from the Constitution to the American privacy … Michael Grunwald seems to be of the opinion that anyone who is against the spy program of the NSA, would make America less secure in Time magazine. And then there is Richard Cohen, who points out in the Washington Post, as Gawker seems to represent almost the view that it is the . job of a journalist to protect government secrets, not to say about them "At Reuters Jack Shafer points out that many whistleblowers are never charged or even convicted – if they are clear from the ranks of the government itself to their leaks targeted the political to influence debate. As an example, he cites a series of articles in the New York Times, which reported on a secret surveillance program is still under Bush 2005: "The series of articles by James Risen and Eric Lichtblau in The Times broke the Bush White House a Stinkwut, but no one was due to betrayal of secrets indicted for the article (accurately, I suppose) as the product of an intensive internal government dispute described. As Risen and Lichtblau wrote himself, spoke almost 'a dozen former and current government officials' anonymous with the newspaper about the program,' because they on the legality and extent of the program were concerned. 'The willingness of the government to punish whistleblowers, behaves mirror image of their rank and status. This is bad news for Edward Snowden, who no one has both. "For Daily Beast is Kristen Powers disgusted by the way Snowden is slaughtered as aufschneiderischer high school dropouts: "It says something about the lack of a positive case for keeping the NSA spying programs secret did the main line of defense is to attack Snowden for lacking the proper credentials to speak out against the government. "
With the psychology, it has not as Zack Snyder says Dirk Knipphals determine why he is not enthusiastic about the new Superman movie "Man of Steel" especially, "Who needs superheroes who have made no inner temptations?" Astrid Kusser writes to the nationwide protests in Brazil, which were triggered by an increase in fares. Silke Burmester has in its media column through their "Men's praise-day." Munich's art project "A Space Called Public" by the Swedish artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset will be discussed as well as the educational book "wars that really all?" by Antje Helms and Jan Holleben. And Tom.
Gerhard Gnauck told that the public Polish television the heavily criticized in Poland Weltkriegsschmonzette "Our mothers our fathers" radiates to the Poles can make your own picture frames of the German-Poland. Alan Posener can Barack Obama in his column "J'accuse" but even this and the abgewinnen. Discussed the new Superman movie "Man of Steel" and a new album by rapper Kanye West.
Islamic consumption is not only trendy, white Veronica Hartmann to report from Turkey, but also profitable: "In the banking sector, it is hoped to dizzying turnover rates by Sharia-compliant products that work without interest Tempting Muslim living plants as well as holiday resorts or luxury AmÃ¼sierlokale with much fanfare. but no alcohol. In the food sector products are spreading that are halal, produces so after the Muslim purity law. past year there's even a cosmetics brand that is halal. 'We use no alcohol, no chemical additives, no animal testing and no products derived from embryos, 'said Seref Balci, the sales manager of the cosmetics line Mihri. "Ingeborg Waldinger portrays the Austro-Polish writer Radek Knapp, who wrote his novels at the desk by Stanislaw Lem and sold on the Kutschkermarkt jam from the Wachau. Are discussed by Franz Welser-MÃ¶st's production of "Tristan and Isolde" at the Vienna State Opera ("Aesthetically, the Wagner singing of yesterday," groans Peter Hagmann), Christina Wessely history of the "World Ice", a new translation of Mikhail Bulgakov's "The canine heart "and Hellmut Flashars band on Aristotle.
For an exhibition at the Bauhaus Archive Berlin Typography through the Ages Laura Weissmuller considering different fonts on their way from time diagnostic potential. In particular, Paul Renner's Futura takes them prisoner, "Here (…) actually seems to have been out all Individual brushed No shred of personality as more liable to the joists or better. Character concreted in accurate squareness Because obviously corresponded to the knocking. . all serifs and swinging punches, the inner surfaces of the letter, the spirit of the times "also Helmut Martin Jung learned from a public conversation with George Lucas and Steven Spielberg at the University of Southern California, that both the narrative possibilities of computer games are skeptical and – what 'irony of fate – the cinema blockbusters threatens see. An overview of the discussions that have triggered in particular the last statement in the English language film, David Hudson offers keyframe Daily. Discussed new PopverÃ¶ffentlichungen, Zack Snyder's Superman adaptation "Man of Steel", a performance by Helmut Oehrings "ash Moon or The Fairy Queen" at the Staatsoper Berlin, Falk Richter's "For the Disconnected Child" at the theater in Berlin, Manuel Fiors Comic " The transmission "and Isabella Straub's novel" balcony ".
The German Telekom abolishes net neutrality. The American intelligence agencies monitor the collected international telephone and Internet traffic, but in any case quite tepid election campaign, no breeze is stirring, marvels of the great old Liberal Gerhard Baum: "How is with the Consciousness of the parties on any of the party election days has this issue a priority . played a role, mostly even no Also in the population is moving much too little "additional items. Dietmar Dath takes a look at the future of cinema in the network, which under his dialectical materialist view only as a volte of the unfolded Capitalism turns. Fridtjof kitchen man is amused by a project of the Internet company Google, which wants to bring by stratospheric balloon-Fi to remote areas of the world (and of course thinks only of his ads). Michael Hanfeld insists, despite all of the cultural exception. Thanks to Peter Sloterdijk's speech is reprinted for the Boerne Prize, in neither Europe nor the United States, a particularly favorable diagnostic is issued. Wolfgang Sandner visited the Gustav Mahler Conducting Competition in Bamberg. Karen Kruger reports from Istanbul on the latest form of protest: Stand and be silent. Are discussed Gus van Sant anti-fracking film "Promised Land" with Matt Damon and several books, including Wulf Segebrechts anthology "German ballads." Discover more http://fashionaddictshop.co.uk