Wed 12 Jun 2013
Another - even dangerous - Antithesis of “Wikileaks” Kind? CIA-Snowden´s Sacrifice for Telling What We Have Known for Years. His 27 Point “Testament”
Posted by Anders under Euromed
LATEST Ricken Patell (Rockefeller´s man and former member of the International Crisis group of Soros and Brzezinski) and Avaaz are now collecting signatures in an appeal for Snowden to Pres. Obama. I have signed - but it does raise the suspicion of a thesis-antithesis game.
LATEST: AP 12 June 2013: “Edward Snowdens disputed, but highly regarded former boss, CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell (aged 54 - left on photo) retires “to spend more time with his family”. The Washington Post 12 June 2013 calls it a”surprise move”. The time of the resignation is considered remarkable
LATEST: Jyllands-Posten 12 June 2013: Experts are wondering how a technician could get his hands on a top-secret court order about interception from the clandestine intelligence Fisa.
A former NSA employee told the Washington Post that only between 30 and 40 people would have access to it. Contract employee Edward Snowden was not high-ranking in the firm Booz Allen Hamilton. He was employed at an office in Hawaii, which was hired by the secret service NSA to detect threats to the government’s computer systems. Investigators are searching for helpers.
A list of former NSA breaches of the US Constitution and other grave US spy scandals, eavesdropping millions of Americans and registering them in the Main Core - of which the US Congress was warned in 2007 by the second-in-command of the US Dpt. of Justice, James Comey - was brought by The Daily Mail on 9 June. This list also reports The US Today to have already in 2006 reported the NSA was collecting phone calls from millions of Americans keeping and registering them in a huge database - and that a judge in Detroit found this unconstitutional.
Wikipedia writes: Main Core: Code name of a database maintained since the 1980s by the federal government of the United States. Main Core contains personal and financial data of ( as of 2008 eight) millions of U.S. citizens believed to be threats to national security. The government may choose to track, question, or detain them in a time of crisis. They are often registered for trivial reasons, The data, which comes from the NSA, FBI, CIA, and other sources, is collected and stored without warrants or court orders.
In fact, Obama has steadily moved the police state agenda ahead aggressively.
Edward Snowden is not only a former NSA employee - but in particular he has been working for the CIA.
he following are 27 quotes by Edward Snowden about U.S. government spying that should send a chill up your spine.. But are they composed by him alone?
#1 “The majority of people in developed countries spend at least some time interacting with the Internet, and Governments are abusing that necessity in secret to extend their powers beyond what is necessary and appropriate.”
#2 “…I believe that at this point in history, the greatest danger to our freedom and way of life comes from the reasonable fear of omniscient State powers kept in check by nothing more than policy documents.”
#3 “The government has granted itself power it is not entitled to. There is no public oversight. The result is people like myself have the latitude to go further than they are allowed to.”
#4 “…I can’t in good conscience allow the US government to destroy privacy, internet freedom and basic liberties for people around the world with this massive surveillance machine they’re secretly building.”
#5 “The NSA has built an infrastructure that allows it to intercept almost everything.”
#6 “With this capability, the vast majority of human communications are automatically ingested without targeting. If I wanted to see your e-mails or your wife’s phone, all I have to do is use intercepts. I can get your e-mails, passwords, phone records, credit cards.”
#7 “Any analyst at any time can target anyone. Any selector, anywhere… I, sitting at my desk, certainly had the authorities to wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant, to a federal judge, to even the President…”
#8 “To do that, the NSA specifically targets the communications of everyone. It ingests them by default. It collects them in its system and it filters them and it analyzes them and it measures them and it stores them for periods of time simply because that’s the easiest, most efficient and most valuable way to achieve these ends. So while they may be intending to target someone associated with a foreign government, or someone that they suspect of terrorism, they are collecting YOUR communications to do so.”
#9 “I believe that when [senator Ron] Wyden and [senator Mark] Udall asked about the scale of this, they [the NSA] said it did not have the tools to provide an answer. We do have the tools and I have maps showing where people have been scrutinized most. We collect more digital communications from America than we do from the Russians.”
#10 “…they are intent on making every conversation and every form of behavior in the world known to them.”
Right: Bradley Manning - Wikileaks´ source now on trial
#11 “Even if you’re not doing anything wrong, you’re being watched and recorded. …it’s getting to the point where you don’t have to have done anything wrong, you simply have to eventually fall under suspicion from somebody, even by a wrong call, and then they can use this system to go back in time and scrutinize every decision you’ve ever made, every friend you’ve ever discussed something with, and attack you on that basis, to sort of derive suspicion from an innocent life.”
#12 “Allowing the U.S. government to intimidate its people with threats of retaliation for revealing wrongdoing is contrary to the public interest.”
#13 “Everyone everywhere now understands how bad things have gotten — and they’re talking about it. They have the power to decide for themselves whether they are willing to sacrifice their privacy to the surveillance state.”
#14 “I do not want to live in a world where everything I do and say is recorded. That is not something I am willing to support or live under.”
#15 “I don’t want to live in a world where there’s no privacy, and therefore no room for intellectual exploration and creativity.”
#16 “I have no intention of hiding who I am because I know I have done nothing wrong.”
#17 “I had been looking for leaders, but I realized that leadership is about being the first to act.”
#18 “There are more important things than money. If I were motivated by money, I could have sold these documents to any number of countries and gotten very rich.”
#19 “The great fear that I have regarding the outcome for America of these disclosures is that nothing will change. [People] won’t be willing to take the risks necessary to stand up and fight to change things… And in the months ahead, the years ahead, it’s only going to get worse. [The NSA will] say that… because of the crisis, the dangers that we face in the world, some new and unpredicted threat, we need more authority, we need more power, and there will be nothing the people can do at that point to oppose it. And it will be turnkey tyranny.”
Brother Nathanael Kapner knows the masterminds behind the NSA espionage against the world (Video below)- here on Vimeo
#20 “I will be satisfied if the federation of secret law, unequal pardon and irresistible executive powers that rule the world that I love are revealed even for an instant.”
#21 “You can’t come up against the world’s most powerful intelligence agencies and not accept the risk.”
#22 “I know the media likes to personalize political debates, and I know the government will demonize me.”
#23 “We have got a CIA station just up the road – the consulate here in Hong Kong – and I am sure they are going to be busy for the next week. And that is a concern I will live with for the rest of my life, however long that happens to be.”
#24 “I understand that I will be made to suffer for my actions, and that the return of this information to the public marks my end.”
#25 “There’s no saving me.”
#26 “The only thing I fear is the harmful effects on my family, who I won’t be able to help any more. That’s what keeps me up at night.”
#27 “I do not expect to see home again.”
Snowden is seen as a hero - and indeed he shows courage. I remember the Wikileaks case, where Julian Assange and Wikileaks were very suspect to have connections to the CIA and the Rothschild agent, George Soros - i.e. the usual thesis, antithesis conflict to create the chaos to lead to the NWO one world synthesis.
In this case Snowden could be an antithesis in that Russia´s Pres. Putin is considering to offer Snowden Asylum! That would increase the “tensions” between the 2 wings of the Illuminati and here - the Russian and the US wing - needed for Hegelian progress!
For the matter of the fact is that the 27 points given by Snowden have benn known by the MSM (The Daily mail´s list above) and the interested part of the public for a long time - through the internet. I should not be puzzled if Snowden is another Assange - an antithesis. But I do hope I am wrong, and that there stll are upright, altruistic persons willing to sacrifice themselves telling the diabolical truth of the NWO.
The Guardian 11 June 2013: Pres. Putin´s Spokesman, Peshkov: If Snowden seeks asylum in Russia we will consider it. Alexey Pushkov, head of the Duma’s international affairs committee: “By promising asylum to Snowden, Moscow has taken upon itself the protection of those persecuted for political reasons. There will be hysterics in the US. They only recognise this right for themselves.”
He continued: “Listening to telephones and tracking the internet, the US special services broke the laws of their country. In this case, Snowden, like Assange, is a human rights activist.”
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