Bezos' complaint of privacy intrusion is quite ironic. He doesn't like what he does to others.

Author: BaronVonZemo (22724 Posts - Joined: Nov 19, 2010)

Posted at 12:07 am on Feb 9, 2019

Replies to: Bezos' complaint of privacy intrusion is quite ironic. He doesn't like what he does to others.


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His complaint is about the underlying motivation and means of the privacy intrusion.

Author: conorlarkin (10083 Posts - Original UHND Member)

Posted at 6:42 am on Feb 9, 2019

It is an orchestrated attack against the owner of the Washington Post. In essence, it is an orchestrated attack against the freedom of the press.

Saudi Arabia has already murdered a journalist from that newspaper who was reporting on Saudi Arabia’s heavy handed government. Trump has swept that murder under the rug.

Now, it appears that Saudi Arabia hijacked Bezos’s phone thru illegal means, and worked in concert with the National Enquirer to out Bezos’ affair with his mistress. [Whether Trump was in the loop remains to be seen].

Bezos has flipped the tables by not allowing himself to be extorted as he investigates the underlying sinister motives and means of the privacy intrusion. The Department of Justice is now involved.

Judging from your cavalier attitude re Russian hacking of DNC computers, we assume that you are perfectly OK with what Saudi Arabia did to Bezos, and likely would be OK if Trump was in the loop, because in your warped mind, the Washington Post has not been fair to the President, and hence, this is all normal fair play?


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I am not making any statement on that. I am making a statement about Bezos own activities

Author: BaronVonZemo (22724 Posts - Joined: Nov 19, 2010)

Posted at 8:59 am on Feb 9, 2019

If you read the article, you’d notice that the author specifically states that he is in favor of a full investigation. It is not the point. And I personally have no love of the Saudis as it is hard to believe that they are not covering up the top people involved in that horrible torture/murder.

But Bezos is invading our privacy as citizens in the same fundamental way that he was violated, and he doesn’t like it when it’s him on the other end of the stick.

You’ve got to read the articles sometimes.


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He’s arguing separate issues none of which is what

Author: jimbasil (33007 Posts - Joined: Nov 15, 2007)

Posted at 1:32 am on Feb 9, 2019

i you claim.