by Scott Creighton
Yesterday, Eric Holder praised the “Edward Snowden” character for helping to “start the conversation” which eventually led to the passage of the CISPA bill (CISA) and the totally fascist USA Freedom Act (written by the same guy who wrote the fascist Patriot Act) which was praised by Glen Greenwald not that long ago.
“We can certainly argue about the way in which Snowden did what he did, but I think that he actually performed a public service by raising the debate that we engaged in and by the changes that we made,” Eric Holder
I was called a “Snowden Truther” by Salon magazine weeks after the story of “Edward Snowden” first broke. They called me that because I dared to suggest the entire point of the manufactured hero story was to get the highly unpopular CISPA passed in congress.
“Is Glenn Greenwald willingly setting the stage for the passage of the highly unpopular CISPA by helping to create this new “crisis” at this critical time? Is “the conversation” everyone is talking about us having, actually going to center around the passage of “Big Brother’s Friend” CISPA? I believe it is…” June 19, 2013
One week into the “Edward Snowden” psyop, three years ago, I figured out that the real purpose behind the program was to drum up support for the privatization of the nation security state, or CISPA as it was called (now passed thanks to “Snowden” and Greenwald as CISA)
I wrote that I thought “Snowden” was probably nothing more than a fabricated character, a suspicion later confirmed in a way by “Snowden” himself:
“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
For years I continued to write about the subject trying to learn as much as I could about the project and expose as much as possible along the way. Too bad no one listened.
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