...Assange will be his London correspondent?
Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who made Edward Snowden a household name, has announced that he is leaving his job at the Guardian to launch what he describes as a "momentous new venture." In a statement issued via his own website, Greenwald said that his relationship with the Graun has been a good one and that he is " …
Even if he is right and the new gig is Snowden related - its still a case of the pot (Assange) calling the kettle (Greenwald) a c*nt.
Though still, it's a complicated world where even the words of a six-fingered hyperactive attention whore are sometimes worth taking heed.
Its "reconditioned", not "rendered". However, with the way the nsa story has been going, I wouldn't be overly surprised if Greenwald disappears and Keith Alexander and James Clapper are found enjoying a lunch of soylent Greenwald stew soon afterwards.
so no reason it won't happen again.
Greenwald sure boosted The Guardians circulation, even if it cost them some old computer junk.
The main thing is the veil of secrecy has been torn aside, regardless of personalities, and some snot-nosed government workers activities have been exposed.
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