by Scott Creighton
We are the most propagandized nation in the world and probably the most in history. That’s not a controversial statement anymore. It’s just a fact. And now that we are in the process of the final stages of the neoliberalization project, it’s going to get worse. Much worse.
Leaders of other countries are getting tired of being pulled into our intelligence agency fabricated bullshit story-lines. They are sick of it and they are sick of the fact that we the people BELIEVE this crap because our “free press” panders to power like the sycophantic Judas Mockingbirds of old.
“He has not crossed the Russian border… We have no relation to Mr. Snowden, his relations with American justice or his travels around the world…He chooses his route himself, and we have learned about it from the media.” Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov
“The U.S. side has no reason to call into question the Hong Kong government’s handling of affairs according to law… The United States’ criticism of China’s central government is baseless. China absolutely cannot accept it.” China foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying
Across the artificial political divide ( Huffington Post, NBC News, CNN, Fox News, ABC News , CBS News ), the presstitutes are pushing the “Where’s Edwardo?” game like there’s no tomorrow. Considering the building momentum of fascist decrees like the TPP, CISPA and global warming “executive actions”, there may not be a tomorrow or at least not one that you would recognize.
The push is to use the “Edward Snowden” psyop to expand the manufactured crisis, so they are involving our most formidable international “foes”, Russia and China.
Hillary Clinton ( a woman who has absolutely no business speaking to anyone about respecting international law after her “humanitarian intervention” in Libya and a year and of half of running terrorist mercenaries in Syria) says that China is too blame while John Kerry threatens China and Russia both in not so subtle ways:
“That kind of action is not only detrimental to the U.S.-China relationship but it sets a bad precedent that could unravel the intricate international agreements about how countries respect the laws — and particularly the extradition treaties,” Hillary Clinton
When someone from the United States starts deriding other countries for not respecting international law you can’t help but laugh and cry simultaneously. That is, if you have more than a cursory understanding of our history and current events dating back to our industrial revolution.
Of course, if you have even a basic understanding of the Edward Snowden psyop, even the official narrative of it, then you will know that China and Russia have violated no international laws. Lavrov knows that.
“We consider the attempts to accuse Russia of violation of U.S. laws and even some sort of conspiracy, which on top of all that are accompanied by threats, as absolutely ungrounded and unacceptable… There are no legal grounds for such conduct of U.S. officials.” Lavrov
Threats from nation states like the one issued by Kerry are considered terrorism under international law. They know damn well that Snowden was never in Moscow. It’s tantamount to our secretary of state threatening Moscow if they don’t hand over “Uncle Sam”
There is absolutely no evidence the CIA’s “Edward Snowden” character ever entered Russian space. He was not seen at the airport getting off the plane in Moscow. No witnesses put him on that flight, the Telegraph tried to publish a picture of some guy at a train station claiming that was Snowden, but that story was debunked as quickly as it was published.
Fact is, Snowden was never in Russia. And when he was in China’s territory of Hong Kong, by his own admission, he was staying at a high dollar hotel “just up the street” from the CIA’s massive compound. That’s where he met Greenwald.
Wikileaks, an NSA / State Department honeypot trap for whistleblowers, has claimed they know what country Snowden is in and he’s safe and sound with their help.
It’s also been released that the Edward Snowden character only took the job with the NSA contractor in order to get his hands on some info he could use for this psyop. A nifty little plot-twist.
I personally sent one of my most informative and well researched articles on this psyop to Glenn Greenwald in the hopes that he would at least address some of the most glaring issues with his “hero”. He has not responded.
The presstitutes on the left are turning on Greenwald, taking up the clarion call of the far right saying he isn’t really a journalist. I had hoped, back in the recesses of my dusty little brain, that I had been wrong to a degree on Glenn and that he wasn’t fully aware of the role he was being led to play in this ongoing psyop. His silence speaks volumes. So does the ways this psyop is being used while Mr. Greenwald ignores other journalists:
- CISPA is being “reworked” in the Senate in response to the Where’s Edwardo psyop. You know it will be approved in one form or another. When 800 major corporations in America want something that bad, it gets done. Our corrupt congress serves them, not us.
- Relations with our main two advisories in the central banking wars are being strained on unfounded accusations that don’t even conform to their official story.
- Obama’s war on whistleblowers was being ramped up right before the Snowden character’s “leak” with the Insider Threat program announcements.
- The PCLOB was set in place ready to craft the narrative for the discussion on the balance between privacy and security just days before “Snowden” took flight to Hong Kong.
- Even the left-wing (so-called) of the MSM are starting in with the Cheneyesque accusations and dismissals of journalists who dare step outside the boundaries of acceptable discourse (meaning whatever they tell us is the news) openly claiming they aren’t journalists when they do that.
- You can call Snowden a traitor, you can call him a hero, but if you dare call him a psyop, you will incur the wrath of everyone from the most well connected to the “conspiracy theorists”… the narrative must be BELIEVED
It is understandable that heads of other countries are sick of our propaganda reaching across their borders and into their lives. It is clear enough that the timing of this just happens to coincide with Russia and China’s rejection of our “humanitarian intervention” in Syria.
Where will Edwardo end up? Where will the NSA’s Wikileaks say he is? Will he show up in London in an embassy window next to Julian? Will they claim he’s with Assad sharing secrets of our Power Point presentations?
Who knows. Who cares. The real story is the shuttering of discourse in America and the end of critical thought as we know it.
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