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Is Edward Snowden a Fake?

I hate to do this but I feel obligated to share, as the story unfolds, my creeping concern that the NSA leaker is not who he purports to be, and that the motivations involved in the story may be more complex than they appear to be.
This is in no way to detract from the great courage of Glenn Greenwald in reporting the story, and the gutsiness of the Guardian in showcasing this kind of reporting, which is a service to America that US media is not performing at all. 
It is just to raise some cautions as the story unfolds, and to raise some questions about how it is unfolding, based on my experience with high-level political messaging.
Some of Snowden’s emphases seem to serve an intelligence/police state objective, rather than to challenge them.
a) He is super-organized, for a whistleblower, in terms of what candidates, the White House, the State Dept. et al call ‘message discipline.’ He insisted on publishing a power point in the newspapers that ran his initial revelations. I gather that he arranged for a talented filmmaker to shoot the Greenwald interview. These two steps – which are evidence of great media training, really ‘PR 101′ – are virtually never done (to my great distress) by other whistleblowers, or by progressive activists involved in breaking news, or by real courageous people who are under stress and getting the word out. They are always done, though, by high-level political surrogates.
b) In the Greenwald video interview, I was concerned about the way Snowden conveys his message. He is not struggling for words, or thinking hard, as even bright, articulate whistleblowers under stress will do. Rather he appears to be transmitting whole paragraphs smoothly, without stumbling. To me this reads as someone who has learned his talking points – again the way that political campaigns train surrogates to transmit talking points.
c) He keeps saying things like, “If you are a journalist and they think you are the transmission point of this info, they will certainly kill you.” Or: “I fully expect to be prosecuted under the Espionage Act.” He also keeps stressing what he will lose: his $200,000 salary, his girlfriend, his house in Hawaii. These are the kinds of messages that the police state would LIKE journalists to take away; a real whistleblower also does not put out potential legal penalties as options, and almost always by this point has a lawyer by his/her side who would PROHIBIT him/her from saying, ‘come get me under the Espionage Act.” Finally in my experience, real whistleblowers are completely focused on their act of public service and trying to manage the jeopardy to themselves and their loved ones; they don’t tend ever to call attention to their own self-sacrifice. That is why they are heroes, among other reasons. But a police state would like us all to think about everything we would lose by standing up against it.
d) It is actually in the Police State’s interest to let everyone know that everything you write or say everywhere is being surveilled, and that awful things happen to people who challenge this. Which is why I am not surprised that now he is on UK no-fly lists – I assume the end of this story is that we will all have a lesson in terrible things that happen to whistleblowers. That could be because he is a real guy who gets in trouble; but it would be as useful to the police state if he is a fake guy who gets in ‘trouble.’
e) In stories that intelligence services are advancing (I would call the prostitutes-with-the-secret-service such a story), there are great sexy or sex-related mediagenic visuals that keep being dropped in, to keep media focus on the issue. That very pretty pole-dancing Facebooking girlfriend who appeared for, well, no reason in the media coverage…and who keeps leaking commentary, so her picture can be recycled in the press…really, she happens to pole-dance? Dan Ellsberg’s wife was and is very beautiful and doubtless a good dancer but somehow she took a statelier role as his news story unfolded…
f) Snowden is in Hong Kong, which has close ties to the UK, which has done the US’s bidding with other famous leakers such as Assange. So really there are MANY other countries that he would be less likely to be handed over from…
g) Media reports said he had vanished at one point to ‘an undisclosed location’ or ‘a safe house.’ Come on. There is no such thing. Unless you are with the one organization that can still get off the surveillance grid, because that org created it.
h) I was at dinner last night to celebrate the brave and heroic Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights. Several of Assange’s also brave and talented legal team were there, and I remembered them from when I had met with Assange. These attorneys are present at every moment when Assange meets the press – when I met with him off the record last Fall in the Ecuadoran embassy, his counsel was present the whole time, listening and stepping in when necessary.
Seeing these diligent attentive free-speech attorneys for another whisleblower reinforced my growing anxiety: WHERE IS SNOWDEN’S LAWYER as the world’s media meet with him? A whistleblower talking to media has his/her counsel advising him/her at all times, if not actually being present at the interview, because anything he/she says can affect the legal danger the whistleblower may be in . It is very, very odd to me that a lawyer has not appeared, to my knowledge, to stand at Snowden’s side and keep him from further jeopardy in interviews.
Again I hate to cast any skepticism on what seems to be a great story of a brave spy coming in from the cold in the service of American freedom. And I would never raise such questions in public if I had not been told by a very senior official in the intelligence world that indeed, there are some news stories that they create and drive – even in America (where propagandizing Americans is now legal). But do consider that in Eastern Germany, for instance, it was the fear of a machine of surveillance that people believed watched them at all times – rather than the machine itself – that drove compliance and passivity. From the standpoint of the police state and its interests –why have a giant Big Brother apparatus spying on us at all times – unless we know about it?

Is Edward Snowden lying?

by Jon Rappoport

March 10, 2014

I’ve written several articles questioning Edward Snowden’s past history. (Full blog archive here.)

Now, another serious point comes to light.

Snowden claims he raised concerns about NSA spying more than 10 times before he went rogue with stolen files.

Here is the quote from the Washington Post (March 7):

“Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden said he repeatedly tried to go through official channels to raise concerns about government snooping programs but that his warnings fell on the deaf ears. Intestimony to the European Parliament released Friday morning, Snowden wrote that he reported policy or legal issues related to spying programs to more than 10 officials, but as a contractor he had no legal avenue to pursue further whistleblowing.

“‘Yes [said Snowden]. I had reported these clearly problematic [NSA] programs to more than ten distinct officials, none of whom took any action to address them…’”

As I’ve written before, we are supposed to believe that the NSA, the biggest, richest, and smartest spying agency in the world just happened to forget to secure its own data against theft from its own employees and hired hands.

NSA just forgot to do that. No compartmentalization of secret data. Just a clear open shot all the way to the top for an internal analyst who wanted to take tens of thousands of files. Or a million files. Snowden waltzed into work, and was given free access to everything and grabbed it.

But if Snowden is telling the truth now, in his latest statement, the likelihood of his data grab shrinks even further.

Because according to Snowden, he raised concerns about illegal NSA spying to his own supervisors and executives more than 10 times, before he walked away from his job with all those files.

Snowden painted a target on his chest with his complaints about illegal spying. But no red flags were raised at the NSA. Nobody put Snowden under close inspection.

Nobody said, “Hey, this kid is trouble. Big trouble. He’s working for us and he’s objecting to our programs, policies and secret operations. We have to track every move this kid makes. We have to spy on every inch of his life, at work and at home.”

Nobody did that.

Checking news stories about Snowden’s work history at NSA, the longest period he was alleged to be there was four years. Which means Snowden was filing roughly three claims of illegal spying per year with his bosses. Could he be more obvious? And yet no one at NSA thought he was a risk. No one put a heavy watch on his activities and caught him with his hand in the cookie jar.

And finally, when Snowden told his superiors he was leaving his job to seek medical treatment, no one interceded. No one reacted with suspicion.

Snowden, working at NSA, became familiar enough with the Agency’s complex architecture to steal anywhere from 20,000 to 1.2 million files, also lodged over 10 complaints about illegal NSA spying, and walked away into the night without so much as a peep from the biggest spying apparatus in the world.

If you believe that, I’ve got beachfront condos for sale on Jupiter.

For background, here is an excerpt from a piece I wrote last July about Snowden, the NSA, and the inconsistencies in the official story:

Let’s begin here: If you absolutely must have a hero, watch Superman movies.

If your need for a hero is so great, so cloying, so heavy, so juicy that it swamps your curiosity, don’t read this.

If you can’t separate the value of Snowden’s revelations from the question of who he is, if you can’t entertain the notion that covert ops and intelligence-agency games are reeking with cover stories, false trails, and limited hangouts, you need more fun in your life.

Okay. Let’s look at Snowden’s brief history as reported by The Guardian. Are there any holes?

Is the Pope Catholic?

In 2003, at age 19, without a high school diploma, Snowden enlists in the Army. He begins a training program to join the Special Forces. At what point after enlistment can a new soldier start this elite training program?

Snowden breaks both legs in an exercise. He’s discharged from the Army. Is that automatic? How about healing and then resuming service?

If he was accepted in the Special Forces training program because he had special computer skills, then why discharge him simply because he broke both legs?

“Sorry, Ed, but with two broken legs we just don’t think you can hack into terrorist data anymore. You were good, but not now. Try Walmart. They always have openings.”

Snowden shifts jobs. Boom. He’s now in the CIA, in IT. He has no high school diploma.

In 2007, Snowden is sent to Geneva. He’s only 23 years old. The CIA gives him diplomatic cover there. He’s put in charge of maintaining computer-network security. Major job. Obviously, he has access to a wide range of classified documents. Sound a little odd? He’s just a kid. Maybe he has his GED. Otherwise, he still doesn’t have a high school diploma.

Was Snowden being groomed for an operation that was to come? Was he, knowingly or unknowingly, being set up to do something big?

Snowden says that during this period, in Geneva, one of the incidents that really sours him on the CIA is the “turning of a Swiss banker.” One night, CIA guys get a banker drunk, encourage him to drive home, the banker gets busted, the CIA guys help him out, and then with that bond formed, they eventually get the banker to reveal deep secrets to the Agency.

This sours Snowden? He’s that naïve? He doesn’t know by now that the CIA does this sort of thing all the time? He’s shocked? He “didn’t sign up for this?” Come on.

In 2009, Snowden leaves the CIA. Why? Presumably because he’s disillusioned. Or did he actually stay on with the CIA as a covert operative?

It should noted here that Snowden claimed he could do very heavy damage to the entire US intelligence community in 2008, but decided to wait because he thought Obama, just coming into the presidency, might keep his “transparency” promise.

After two years with the CIA in Geneva, Snowden really had the capability to take down the whole US inter-agency intelligence network, or a major chunk of it? Or did he have an inflated sense of self-importance—in which case, he would have made a good target for a later mission “to shake up the whole world.”

In 2009, Snowden leaves the CIA and goes to work in the private sector. Dell, Booze Allen Hamilton. In this latter job, Snowden is assigned to work at the NSA.

He’s an outsider, but, again, he claims to have so much access to so much sensitive NSA data that he can take down the whole US intelligence network in a single day. The. Whole. US. Intelligence. Network.

This is Ed Snowden’s sketchy legend. It’s all red flags, alarm bells, sirens, flashing lights.

“Let’s see. We have a new guy coming to work for us here at NSA today? Oh, a whiz kid. Ed Snowden. Outside contractor. Booz Allen. He’s not really a full-time employee of the NSA. Twenty-nine years old. No high school diploma. Has a GED. He worked for the CIA and quit. Hmm. Why did he quit? Oh, never mind, who cares? No problem.

“Tell you what. Let’s give this kid access to our most sensitive data. Sure. Why not? Everything. That stuff we keep behind 986 walls? Where you have to pledge the life of your first-born against the possibility you’ll go rogue? Let Snowden see it all. Sure. What the hell. I’m feeling charitable. He seems like a nice kid.”

Here is a more likely scenario.

Snowden never took any of those thousands of documents on an NSA computer. Never happened. He didn’t hack in. He didn’t steal anything.

He was working an op, either as a dupe or knowingly. He was working for…well, let’s see, who would that be?

Who was he working for before he entered the private sector and wound up at NSA?

The CIA.

Would that be the same CIA who hates the NSA with a venomous fervor?

Would that be the same CIA who’s been engaged in a turf war with NSA for decades?

The same CIA who’s watched their own prestige and funding diminish, as human intelligence has given way to electronic snooping?

Yes, it would be. CIA just can’t match the NSA when it comes to gathering signals-intell.

Wired Magazine, June 2013 issue. James Bamford, author of three books on the NSA, states:

“In April, as part of its 2014 budget request, the Pentagon [which rules the NSA] asked Congress for $4.7 billion for increased ‘cyberspace operations,’ nearly $1 billion more than the 2013 allocation. At the same time, budgets for the CIA and other intelligence agencies were cut by almost the same amount, $4.4 billion. A portion of the money going to…[NSA] will be used to create 13 cyberattack teams.”

That means spying money. Far more for NSA, far less for CIA.

Turf war.

People at the CIA, who were planning this operation for quite some time, wereable to access those NSA documents, and they gave the documents to Snowden and he ran with them.

The CIA, of course, couldn’t be seen as the NSA leaker. They needed a guy. They needed a guy who could appear to be from the NSA, to make things look worse for the NSA and shield the CIA.

They had Ed Snowden. He had worked for the CIA in Geneva, in a high-level position, overseeing computer-systems security.

Somewhere in his CIA past, Ed meets a fellow CIA guy who sits down with him and says, “You know, Ed, things have gone too damn far. The NSA is spying on everybody all the time. I can show you proof. They’ve gone beyond the point of trying to catch terrorists. They’re doing something else. They’re expanding a Surveillance State, which can only lead to one thing: the destruction of America, what America stands for, what you and I know America is supposed to be. The NSA isn’t like us, Ed. We go after terrorists for real. That’s it. Whereas NSA goes after everybody. We have to stop it. We need a guy…and there are those of us who think you might be that guy…”

During the course of this one disingenuous conversation, the CIA is killing 37 innocent civilians all over the world with drones, but that’s beside the point. Ahem.

Ed says, “Tell me more. I’m intrigued.”

He eventually buys in.

Put two scenarios on the truth scale and assess them. Which is more likely? The tale Snowden told to Glenn Greenwald, with all its holes, with its super-naive implications about the fumbling, bumbling NSA, or a scenario in which Snowden is the CIA’s boy?

And if Snowden is still working for the CIA, he and his buds aren’t the only people who want to take the NSA down a notch. No. Because, for example, NSA has been spying on everybody inside the Beltway.

Spying on politicians with secrets.


So imagine this conversation taking place, in a car, on a lonely road outside Washington, late at night. The speakers are Congressman X and a private operative representing the NSA:

“Well, Congressman, do you remember January 6th? A Monday afternoon, a men’s room in the park off—”

“What the hell are you talking about!”

“A stall in the men’s room. The kid. He was wearing white high-tops. A Skins cap. T-shirt. Dark hair. Scar across his left cheek. Blue tattoo on his right thigh.”


“We have very good audio and video. Anytime you want to watch it, let me know.”

Dead silence.

“What do you want?”

“Right now, Congressman? We want you to come down hard on Snowden. Press it. He’s a traitor. He should tried and convicted.”

The Congressmen pulls himself together:

“Yeah, well, of course I’ll pound on Snowden publicly and call him a traitor. Sure. But I have to tell you, I know a dozen Washington players who’d like the NSA to take a hit. They’re pissed off. They don’t like to be spied on.”

If you’re a Congressman or a Senator, and you have nasty little secrets, and you know NSA is spying on you, because it’s spying on everyone in the Congress, who’s your potential best friend?

Somebody who can go up against the NSA, somebody who wants to go up against the NSA.

And who might that be?

The CIA.

It’s not perfect, but it’s the best you can do.

You get down on your knees and pray that Ed Snowden is still working for the CIA.

Who else, besides the CIA and numerous politicians inside the Beltway, would be aching to take the NSA down a notch? Who else would be rooting hard for this former (?) CIA employee, Snowden, to succeed?

How about certain players on Wall Street?

Still waiting to be uncovered? NSA spying to collect elite financial data, spying on the people who have that data: the major investment banks. NSA scooping up that data to predict, manipulate, and profit from trading markets all over the world.

A trillion-dollar operation.

Snowden worked for Booz Allen, which is owned by the Carlyle Group ($170 billion in assets). Carlyle, the infamous. Their money is making money in 160 investment funds.

A few of Carlyle’s famous front men in its history: George HW Bush, James Baker (US Secretary of State), Frank Carlucci (US Secretary of Defense and CIA Deputy Director), John Major (British Prime Minister), Arthur Levitt (Chairman of the SEC).

Suppose you’re one of the princes in the NSA castle, and Ed Snowden has just gone public with your documents. You’re saying, “Let’s see, this kid worked for Booz Allen, which is owned by the Carlyle Group. We (NSA) have been spying over Carlyle’s shoulder, stealing their proprietary financial data. What are the chances they’re getting a little revenge on us now?”

So there is the CIA, Congress, and Wall Street players, all of whom would like, privately, to get the NSA off their backs.

Snowden’s true CIA bosses know how to access NSA files. They do it, and they give those files to their secret front man, Snowden.

Perhaps we could be talking about a small number of genuine patriots within the CIA who want to take down the NSA a few notches, for laudable reasons.

But if you don’t like this CIA-Snowden scenario, feel free to assume the NSA is such a competent and brilliant organization when it comes to spying on the global population…but they just can’t get it together to stop one man from logging in and stealing their own farm and strolling away.

They can’t stop one man, who now says he filed over 10 official complaints about illegal spying while he was working at their Agency.

Jon Rappoport

The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. He maintains a consulting practice for private clients, the purpose of which is the expansion of personal creative power. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at


Julian Assange (Wikileaks) and Edward Snowden are NWO con-men!

It was with a mix of concern and amusement that The Anti New York Times viewed the blind public acceptance of, first, the "WikiLeaks" fraud, and now, the Ed Snowden scam. Even more troubling was the hasty eagerness with which so many of our constitutionalist, libertarian, and "conspiracy theorist" brethren fell for the twin 'whistleblower" scams.

The Anti New York Times is pleased to present "Fake & Faker", an important expose of two very dangerous scams being run by the New World Order Gang.



The mission of the Global MSM is to steer the peoples' thoughts and opinions in the direction desired by the ruling class.


The MSM would NEVER hype a story, or an individual, that poses a true threat to the ruling class which it serves. Remember the silent treatment given to Ron Paul?


When all of the MSM start pushing/hyping the same given narrative, of any given issue, all at the same time, understand that the ruling class is selling you something!


In April 2010, Julian Assange's WikiLeaks publishes graphic gunsight footage from a 3 year old Baghdad airstrike in which Iraqi journalists were murdered by a U.S. helicopter. Though these types of incidents were already well known, the MSM treats the video as if it is the breaking story of the century!

The release of a video, showing Iraqis being murdered, gave WikiLeaks credibility as a whistle-blowing operation.


A good con-man must win the people's confidence before he makes his sting. By exposing a certain amount of wasteful military spending and U.S. brutality (limited hangout), Assange's WikiLeaks wins the trust of many liberty loving, justice seeking Americans, as well as Europeans and Arabs. He is also condemned by certain U.S. politicians & journalists. This condemnation (some of it feigned, some of it genuine) is known in intelligence circles as "sheep-dipping", and also serves to build his credibility.

The MSM makes an instant international super-star of the shady Austrailian Assange!


After gaining the world's trust with his controlled attacks against the U.S. government, Assange, a CIA (and/or Mossad) operative, aims his WikiLeaks whistle-blowing weapon at the true intended targets. Leaked documents no longer embarass America. But very damaging information about corruption within the governments of Tunisia, Egypt, and Yemen are "leaked" to "assets" within the Arab press.


Leaks aimed at embarassing Syria and Algeria are also released.



Wasn't the original mission of WikiLeaks to expose U.S. aggression and oppression in the Middle East? Why did Assange suddenly target certain Arab states?

This con-game is a classic "bait & switch" scheme.


What a coincidence! All of the governments targeted byAssange's WikiLeaks become victims of the "Arab Spring".

The MSM Fairy Tale tells us that the "Arab Spring" was a "spontaneous" uprising of the people, that started in Tunisia, and later spread to other nations. The reality is that the Globalist-Zionist Axis had targeted certain government for regime change. Expansionist Israel benefits from weakened Arab states in turmoil. The Globalists also seek to crush any state that either dares to assert some degree of independence, or that gets to chummy with Russia and/or China. The NWO Gang's formula for conducting "regime change" within the targeted states is as follows:

STEP 1: Assange's WikiLeaks feeds very embarassing leaks to "assets" within the Arab press.
STEP 2: The targeted regime suddenly becomes very unpopular.
STEP 3: Internal subversives (provacateurs) kick off the "spontaneous demonstrations".
STEP 4: Ordinary citizens swell the ranks of the protestors.
STEP 5: Paid traitors within the government and military force the government to resign.
5a: (In Libya & Syria, paid terrorist mercenaries ("rebels") fight against the loyal military.)

STEP 6: The MSM then claims that "people power" has triumphed over tyranny.

Assange's victims: Dead Syrian children

Phony Arab Spring! TIME named "The Protester" as 2011 "Person of the Year".

Business Insider: Julian Assange Says He Planned Arab Spring

The Guardian (UK): Amnesty International hails WikiLeaks and Guardian as Arab spring 'catalysts'

(The Guardian is the same newspaper now working with "whistle-blower" Edward Snowden!)


The Globo-Zionist Axis hates Putin of Russia. Not only is mighty Russia refusing to hand over its sovereignty to the NWO Gang, but Putin is blocking the much anticipated war against Syria and Iran. So it comes as no surprise that WikiLeaks has also leaked on Putin, and his close personal friend, Silvio Berluconi of Italy.

Putin remains as strong as ever, but Berlusconi was removed from office after Wikileaks ruined him.



With the loss of his vacation buddy Berlusconi (thanks to WikiLeaks), Putin lost his only true friend in Western Europe.

Putin & Berlusconi are close friends.

So, there it is.

The "heroic" whistle-blower / leaker Julian Assange, with the help of the MSM, suckers in the entire world with his "anti-American / anti-war" leaks. He then uses this "street-cred" to attack the rivals of the U.S. / Israel / NATO Axis of Evil, setting the Middle East on fire in the process. Wikileaks represents the most brilliant psy-op since the 9/11 attacks (brought to you by the same planners!)

For its audacity, ingenuity, and destructive power, it will be hard to top Julian Assange. Who can ever be a bigger FAKE than Assange?........

.....................Enter, Mr. Edward Snowden.


In a sudden media blitz roll out, eerily similar to that of Julian Assange, a Mr. Edward Snowden is introduced to the world as another "heroic" whistle-blower. The vehicle which Snowden uses to expose government wrong doing is a homosexual, socialist, lawyer-turned-journalist named Glen Greenwald of The Guardian Newspaper (UK) - the same newspaper that PROUDLY boasts of its role in bringing about the "Arab Spring"! (here)

Exactly as was the case with Assange, Snowden's revelations of NSA spying upon the public amount to all hype and no substance. It is already well known that the NSA can listen to phone calls and read E-mails!

Exactly as was the case with Assange, Snowden becomes a "fugitive". No explanation is given as to how he managed to escape, or how a fugitive was able to get on a plane. Snowden flees to CIA-infested Hong Kong where his "cause" is supported by a bizarre instant flash-mob equipped with professionally made bi-lingual banners and picket signs!

Exactly as was the case with Assange, Snowden becomes an international star.

Exactly as was the case with Assange, Snowden (and Greenwald) are cleverly, and theatrically condemned (sheep-dipped) by certain hated Americans (Diane Feinstein, Donald Trump, George Bush I (an ex CIA Director))

A sure sign of fakery. Professional banners and posters pop up instantly throughout Hong Kong.

Instant 'pro-Snowden' Flash Mobs, with printed signs, pop up in western influenced Hong Kong.

Below: Glen Greenwald (right) and the odious David Gregory stage a controlled "Professional Wrestling" spat on NBC's "Meet The Press" - Greenwald's "sheep-dipping" as an "anti-Establishment", crusading journalist is now complete.


If Assange himself is a fugitive, how does he manage to stay in the spotlight? How did Snowden come in contact with him? We read in the July 6 USA Today:

"Assange, who once published thousands of illegally obtained U.S. government diplomatic communications on his website, acknowledged Monday that he is coordinating efforts to help National Security Agency (NSA) leaker Edward Snowden evade U.S. justice." (full article here)

SAY WHAT???!!!

Is the scrawny, weirdo Julian Assange some sort of international King-Pin that he can "coordinate efforts" - across continents - to help a fugitive, while he himself is a fugitive? We have already established that Assange is a fake. The fact that Snowden is hooked up with him pretty much tells us all we need to know about him as well.......But there is more!

FAKE ABC News asks FAKE Julian Assange about FAKE Ed Snowden!


Excerpt from the Daily Beast:

"As the U.S. government presses Moscow to extradite former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, America’s most wanted leaker has a plan B. The former NSA systems administrator has already given encoded files containing an archive of the secrets he lifted from his old employer to several people."

Exactly like Assange, Snowden has files to release. It is evident that these files contain damaging information. Who is the target this time? Foreign governments? American officials? How does an government contractor just walk out with so many files? Why would this young man destroy his life, defying the Feds and condemning himself to fugitive status - just to tell us what we already knew? Oh, that's right....he is a "hero" and a "patriot".

Can you smell the Hollywood BULLSHIT?

What is the game this time? Wikileaks 2? Or is the goal to create "civilian oversight" (i.e. direct CIA control) over the miltary-run NSA?

It's too early in the game to know for sure what the Snowden trick is all about. But understand this, it is a dirty trick of some sort!

Homosexual Socialist Glen Greenwald is the key point man in the Snowden scam.


Lon Snowden, the man purporting to be Ed Snowden's father, has teamed up with DC Insider-Lawyer Bruce Fein to write an "open letter" to Ed Snowden. The letter (published in Glen Greenwald's sleazy Guardian) smacks of contrived drama and self righteous corniness. Fein & Snowden invoke the names of Founding American patriots Thomas Paine and Paul Revere, as well as "places of sacrifice" such as Valley Forge, Cemetery Ridge, and Omaha Beach. (here)

The "libertarian" Bruce Fein is a speaking-tour pal of the socialist Greenwald, and was suspected by an FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds (a real whistle-blower that the MSM ignores!) of being an infiltrator embedded within the 2012 Ron Paul campaign.

FBI Whistleblower Sibel Edmonds made stunning revelations about 9/11 foreknowledge and the foreign Blackmailing of a US Congresswoman. Yet she (and other genuine whistleblowers like her) were never media-hyped like Assange & Snowden!

Bruce Fein: A Zionist neo-con in libertarian clothing?

Who is Bruce Fein?

Bruce Fein has worked for warmongering neo-conservative/Zionist think tanks such as The Heritage Foundation and the American Enterprise Institute. As a paid scholar at The Turkish Coalition of America, Fein denies that the post World War I Armenian Genocide was deliberately engineered by secular & Zionist elements within the Turkish regime (Young Turks). As a paid apologist for both Zionism and the Turkish state, Fein sells the DISGUSTING AND BIGOTED LIE that Armenian deaths were caused by disease, famine, and "murders by Muslims." The fact that a well connected Muslim-Hater would be working with the Snowdens is very suspicious!

“I was trained as a spy in sort of the traditional sense of the word, in that I lived and worked undercover, overseas — pretending to work in a job that I’m not — and even being assigned a name that was not mine... What they are trying to do is that they are trying to use one position to distract from the totality of my experience, which is: I’ve worked for the Central Intelligence Agency – undercover, overseas, I’ve worked for the National Security Agency – undercover, overseas, and I’ve worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency as a lecturer at the joint counter-intelligence training,”“Edward Snowden” from RT

Yes, the “Snowden Truthers” (like myself) are patting themselves on the back, saying “See? What did I tell you?”

“A widely shared blog post from Scott Creighton, meanwhile, calls Snowden a “manufactured hero” and expands the conspiracy to include journalists Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras, who broke the story. “Poitras has a long history of making films that expose various horrific aspects of our new Global War Of Terror … to a point,” he writes, arguing that Poitras has been “bought off” by a MacArthur genius grant to conduct faux-adversarial journalism. Creighton has higher hopes for Greenwald, and thinks the government may be using Snowden to take him down, but at the same time fears that Greenwald has become “just another tool” for the powers that be.” Salon, July 2013

For the longest time I’ve been writing that “Edward Snowden” is part of an psyop designed to help facilitate the public’s acceptance of a new CISPA plan. Recent news about the “USA Freedom Act” (written by the same folks that brought us the “USA Patriot Act”) has done little discount my original theory. For that matter, Greenwald selling his “Snowden Leaks” to PayPal billionaire and funder of the Ukrainian color revolution, kinda backs up my theory as well, doesn’t it?

Last night “Snowden” was chatting with Brian Williams and he told him that he had been trained by the CIA to serve in clandestine operations under fake names in pursuit of their globalist neoliberal agenda overseas. Not what you would call a far leap from what I and others have been saying for a year.

“Well, it’s no secret that the US tends to get more and better intelligence out of computers nowadays than they do out of people,” Snowden told NBC news anchor Brian Williams.

“I was trained as a spy in sort of the traditional sense of the word, in that I lived and worked undercover overseas – pretending to work in a job … – and even being assigned a name that was not mine.”

Describing himself as a “technical expert”, Snowden said: “I don’t work with people. I don’t recruit agents. What I do is I put systems to work for the United States. And I’ve done that at all levels, from the bottom on the ground, all the way to the top.”

He said he worked undercover overseas for both the CIA and NSA and lectured at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy, “where I developed sources and methods for keeping our information and people secure in the most hostile and dangerous environments around the world”. ABC News

Keep in mind the NDAA of 2012, signed into law by the president right before midnight on Dec. 31st, 2011, included a little covered provision which opened up the “homeland battlefield” to agencies like the CIA who had been previously prevented by law to operate psyops within the United States.

Mr. “Snowden’s” statements are certainly not a confession that this entire op is a staged event to facilitate the pro-CISPA big business interests who spent 60 million dollars before the last election to seed congress with like minded puppets, but it is an interesting peek into more of his character and background.

Who knows. Either way, big business’ interests are served once again by Mr. “Snowden” and company and all us “Snowden Truthers” look a little more rational to anyone really paying attention.

[edit: for some reason I kept reading research about Pierre's involvement in the Ukrainian color revolution and thinking for some reason it was Syria. Jesus. Sorry about that]

UPDATE: Let’s keep in mind the original official story of “Edward Snowden”. Remember he is supposed to be a high school dropout without any college transcript to speak of. He was supposed to have been working as a security guard at a college when I guess they discovered his code writing super powers and sent him off overseas to run spying programs for the CIA.

How does that fit in with his latest revelations? When did he have time to undergo “spy training” from both the CIA and the NSA as he claims? At what point was he giving lectures? And when was he “working overseas under an assumed name as a spy”?

As far as the official story goes, the only time he was working overseas was as “Edward Snowden” right? Is that why that character is a high school drop out with no transcript by which to track?

Hence, it stands to reason that the manufactured character he played was in fact Edward Snowden, the manufactured hero of Glenn Greenwald’s new billionaire sugar daddy.