Snowden’s mission is to criticize mass surveillance in a misdirected way. By being a “traitor” (whistleblower) having “fled to Russia” such criticism is meant not to be taken seriously.
Mass surveillance is very sensitive. Another way to discourage activism against mass surveillance was the fake murder of activist Arjen Kamphuis, designed to look like a CIA hit.
Hans memoarbok “Permanent Record” kom nyligen ut och han har stämts av USA.
Edward Snowden on 9/11 and why he joined the army: ‘Now, finally, there was a fight’
Det är intressant att Snowden, liksom Assange och Bini har en koppling till Ecuador. Deras konsul hjälpte honom vidare från Hong Kong. Han kom ju dock inte hela vägen till Ecuador utan blev kvar i Ryssland.
Snowdens leaks have not done extensive damage to the US and allies. Snowden, like Assange was originally destined for Ecuador. Snowden has positive media coverage. Much resemblance can be seen between Assange and Snowden.
Snowden’s and Assange’s good looks appeal to young people. They have been handpicked for PR work.
The blog considers Snowden a CIA operative in the same “theater company” as Assange, Manning and Bini. All of them are public figures and do not do undercover work, of course. They are mostly manipulating public opinion. The information they supply has been authorized by the CIA. Kamphuis was similar.
Snowden has not been analyzed in detail by the blog but for reasons given above he seems very likely to be a CIA operative. Here are some details about Snowden.
July 2, 2013
A week ago it seemed that Edward Snowden would only be making a quick stop over in the Moscow airport before making his way to Ecuador, but following a “greatly appreciated” phone call from Biden, President Rafael Correa is backpedaling furiously. Over the weekend, Correa invalidated the temporary travel pass the country issued to Snowden, and now he says it was issued by “mistake” after Julian Assange pressured Fidel Narvaez, Ecuador’s consul in London. And while Snowden sent Correa a public thank-you note expressing his “sincere thanks for your government’s action in considering my request for political asylum,” the president says they’re doing no such thing.
Many articles verify the phonecall from Biden to Correa that stranded Snowden in Moscow.
Did Biden pressure Correa to cancel Snowden’s travel permit in the exact moment that made Snowden get stuck in Russia? Did the US plant Snowden in Russia with the help of Correa?
The travel pass was “a mistake on our part” that was only issued because “this crisis hit us in a very vulnerable moment.” Correa explained, “Our foreign minister was touring Asia. Our deputy foreign minister was in the Czech Republic. Our US ambassador was in Italy.” Apparently none of these officials have a reliable way to make international phone calls, so Ecuador fell prey to Assange’s trickery. “Look, [Assange] is in the embassy, he’s a friend of the consul, and he calls him at four in the morning to say they are going to capture Snowden,” said Correa. “The [consul] is desperate – ‘how are we going to save the life of this man?’ – and does it.”
Despite his overture to Ecuador, it seems Snowden has prepared for the strong possibility that they aren’t coming to his rescue. On Monday night WikiLeaks revealed that Snowden requested asylum in even more nations than the fifteen previously reported. He’s submitted his paperwork to Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Cuba, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, India, Italy, Ireland, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, and Venezuela.
As for Russia, Putin’s requirement that Snowden stop his “anti-American activity” has reportedly caused Snowden to withdraw his request to stay.
Assange, on the other hand, sought asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy very suddenly and unexpectedly to the Ecuadorians and other outsiders. This blog is close to 100% certain this move was carefully contemplated by the CIA.
In a move that appears to have surprised even some of his closest supporters, the WikiLeaks founder walked into the country’s embassy in Knightsbridge and asked for asylum, citing the UN declaration of human rights.
The blog’s hypothesis is that Correa would not have been exceedingly willing to accept Assange as a refugee, but when Assange waa already in the embassy it was hard to turn him down.
Assange was used by the CIA to obtain free travel pass for Snowden by influencing the consul. Putin did not want Snowden in Russia, but US vice president Joe Biden made Correa cancel Snowden’s travel pass at exactly the right moment to make Snowden stranded Russia.
The US now had their two agents where they wanted them: Assange in Ecuador and Snowden in Russia, partly against Putin’s desire. Bini came to Ecuador working for a company acting as a front for the CIA. The collaboration of Assange and Bini has been described elsewhere on this blog.
We must ask if the “travel pass” had great effect on Snowden’s “safe travel” or if issuing and revoking it at the right time, was a means of “stranding” Snowden in Moscow. Assange, Snowden, Biden and maybe Ecuadorian officials knew this. It was a way of putting Snowden in Russia.
Just by reading how globalist paper The Guardian praises Snowden, you will certainly suspect that he is with the CIA.
Permanent Record by Edward Snowden review – gripping spy story
Well, eventually Snowden did, and this fascinating autobiography [“Permanent Record”] is the result. It tells the story of how an intense, bright, serious boy from a patriotic, quasi-military family (father in the coast guard, mother working as a clerk at the National Security Agency) came to tell the world how his beloved country’s intelligence services had covertly pivoted from protection to mass surveillance in the name of national security. And in the process did us a great service.
Permanent Record is written in collaboration with an Joshua Cohen that writes about Jewish matters, among other genres. He also translates Hebrew and German.
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03.1.003.007 (011) The making of an anti-Trump weapon – Julian Assange
A few earlier posts: (scroll down list)
2017 12 12 Earlier: IOK saknar bevis – Internationella Olympiska Kommittén stänger av Ryssland utan bevis
2017 12 15 Earlier: Destabilisering genom invandring
2017 12 18 Earlier: Destabilisering genom feminism och HBTQ
2017 12 25 Earlier: Geopolitisk krigföring – Media/USA attackerar Europa med flyktingar. The enemy within. Weapons of Mass Migration
2018 03 01 Earlier: Tesla, Ubuntu/Linux – self destructive moles & Google, Facebook – political control mechanisms
2018 03 10 Earlier: The terrorists’ objectives
2018 04 02 Earlier: UN obstructs murder investigation – UN supports an illegal regime. The true reason why Catalán and Sharp were killed.
2018 04 22 Earlier: The Iraq war 2003 was built on fake evidence. / So far, no accusations of chemical warfare have been proven true. / Also the war on IS was built on fake evidence.
2018 04 25 Earlier: Why only few air crash investigations are accurate. – Passengers lives are at an unnecessary risk.
2018 04 27 Earlier: The Cold War and other anti-Russian activities. The image of conflict; The useful enemy
2018 05 01 Earlier: Journalist wounded by IS ?
2018 05 10 Earlier: Who owns the news media
2018 05 22 Earlier: False flag awards
2018 05 30 Earlier: Fake news
2018 08 30 Earlier: Soros’ funds used to influence Swedish politics
2018 09 05 Earlier: Control of the Internet, Google, troll farms
2018 09 06 Earlier: Quotes
2018 09 07 Earlier: Feeding frenzy, the media monopoly disposes of politicians that do not follow the agenda
2018 09 08 Earlier: The media monopoly sells outdated technology to the Swedish gov’t @ SEK 10 bn.
2018 09 09 Earlier: All parties unite to refuse party SD posts as chairman according to election results.
2018 09 10 Earlier: News media gives birth to a political party – Ny Demokrati
2019 02 01 Earlier: Bilderberg calling the shots: Center party is hi-jacked and Liberal party is ordered to self-exterminate.
2019 02 01 Earlier: Elections 2018: Globalist parties pretended to have different opinions. Collaborate to favor large corporations at the expense of workers.
2019 04 12 Earlier: Ola Bini, Arjen Kamphuis connection
2019 04 14 Earlier: Wikileaks, Julian Assange and Ola Bini are likely American agents.
2019 08 10 Earlier: Edward Snowden – US operative
2019 10 10Earlier: Greta Thunberg‘s true, dark motives
Table of Contents (in English)
Massmedia och demokratin
News media and the democracy]