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VIDEO: Glennzilla Takes-Down PM of the Five Eyes?

Glennzilla and Kim Dot Com looking to take-down New Zealand’s top dog. New Zealand’s PM has vowed to step down if the mass surveillance accusations forwarded by Glennzilla are true. In New Zealand it’s election time. New Zealanders are very focused on this issue.

I long to be a part of something good like the New Zealanders are in the middle of. That anything like that would every happen here is inconceivable. I know am going to get a neo-con republican named Hillary Clinton.

From RT:

“US journalist Glenn Greenwald, who broke the story on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, said New Zealand officials are spying on their citizens, a charge that has provoked a harsh response from NZ Prime Minister John Key.”

“Greenwald told the Nation television program: “The government does engage in extraordinary amounts of analysis of metadata – meaning who’s talking to who, for how long, where they are when they speak – on a massive indiscriminate scale, not just internationally but of New Zealanders as well.”

“Prime Minister Key, who said last year that he would resign if the GCSB was proven to have carried out domestic mass surveillance, passionately denied there had been large-scale spying on New Zealanders.”

The prime minister said he would respond to Greenwald’s allegations on Monday “in the fullness of time.”

“But mark my words, I’m right and he’s wrong and I’ll prove I’m right.” Key said, then attempting to belittle Greenwald by calling him “Dotcom’s little henchman.” Greenwald responded to the attack, tweeting: “Does the Prime Minister think that bizarre ad hominem attacks against me will make the facts – and the documents – disappear?” 

Taken together, New Zealanders are gearing up for what promises to be an interesting Monday, with Greenwald scheduled as a guest speaker at Dotcom’s highly anticipated event, and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange participating via video hookup from his years-long residence at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

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