Jon Rappoport Reminds Us We Need the “Snowden Truthers” Now More Than Ever

by Scott Creighton

Sometimes we all need a little reminder.

As the various heart’s and minds campaigns rage on and the strategy of tension program increases here in the U.S., it’s easy to forget all that we once uncovered. Or at least, it’s easy to put it way back on the back-burner and assume everyone still remembers.

Jon Rappoport has apparently decided to take action against our societal propensity for forgetting and has penned an outstanding reminder of the pure stupidity of the “Edward Snowden” story.

Jon was labeled by Salon magazine an “Edward Snowden Truther” in the early stages of the Edward Snowden psyop. The “Edward Snowden Truthers” story came out on June 19th, 2013.

I was included in that derogatory classification by the controlled opposition “alternative” magazine. That list included Naomi Wolf, Webster Tarpley, Jon Rappoport and myself.

With all due respect to Jon, I have to remind him, though his article is outstanding and well timed (with the Snowden movie winning an academy award and thus the CIA controlled Hollywood seal of approval for leftists everywhere), he himself has forgotten a few aspects of the psyop. And I would like to, with all due humility, remind my fellow Snowden Truther of a few aspects of the story.

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The New CISPA ( CISA ) Just Passed the Senate Intelligence Committee by 14-1 Vote

by Scott Creighton

the time has come — indeed, it is long overdue — for the wisdom, ingenuity and resources of American business to be marshalled against those who would destroy it. Lewis Powell memo, 1971

I’ve been writing about the new CISPA waiting in the wings and it appears it’s on track for early 2015.

It’s called CISA and it just breezed through committee in the senate by a 14-1 vote and at first glance it looks as bad as it’s predecessor CISPA.

The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee approved a cybersecurity bill during a secret session on Thursday, marking the next step in a process that critics warn will nefariously expand the government’s already substantial surveillance powers.

The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA), which passed by 14-1 vote, would ostensibly protect against large-scale data thefts of private consumer information, exemplified by recent hacks of Target, Sony, and Home Depot. But critics—including the lone dissenting voice on the committee Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Or.)—say it would open the door for continued invasive and unlawful government spying operations. Common Dreams

Back in early 2013, 800 major corporations sent lobbyists to D.C. to push for CISPA. They wanted it in the worst kind of way.

In all, with the aligned companies that make up the various Roundtables and alliances, there are 800 corporations that support the passage of CISPA…

April 15th, 2013… right before this whole thing kicked off and Glenn Greenwald was contacted by Edward Snowden, 200 senior IBM executives hit D.C. like a plague of locusts to push them to pass the new CISPA bill.

The message we’re going to give [lawmakers] is going to be a very simple, clear message: support the passage of CISPA,” he later added. The Hill

Scott Creighton, June 2013

A month later, “Snowden” was born and we’ve had a series of one hack after another given a great deal of MSM coverage in order to set the stage for “the discussion” about security vs privacy on the internet.

Recently we were fed a placebo of sorts. The FCC passed it’s 400 page “open net” ruling which was just released to the public this past Thursday and I am still reading through it to see what it really does.

As I have written on several occasions in the past, the biggest problem with CISPA is not “nefariously expand(ing) the government’s already substantial surveillance powers.” as was written by Nadia Prupis, staff writer for Common Dreams.

The horror is much worse than that.

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Meet Sharon Weinberger: The Intercept’s New “National Security” Editor and Former Dov S. Zakheim Associate

by Scott Creighton (H/T tommyknocker1)

A little while ago I wrote about Matt Taibbi leaving the employ of billionaire Pierre Omidyar. Since then I have reported on Matt’s refusal to address his split with Omidyar’s company, First Look Media, which also owns Glenn Greenwald’s limited hangout / propaganda vehicle, the Intercept.

I can’t, I can’t, I can’t talk about [Omidyar] unfortunately,” “I really shouldn’t comment… No matter what my feelings toward First Look Media, I don’t think it’s appropriate to talk about my former employers.” Matt Taibbi

It’s well known that Omidyar teamed up with the CIA linked USAID and funded a number of regime change NGOs in Ukraine and now he has one of his employees, Svitlana Zalishchuk, a person who headed up many of those color revolution engines, “elected” to office in the country. It should be noted that all that “freedom and democracy” they talked about bringing to Ukraine is ending up with the Ukrainian parliament  now instituting legalized slavery on their own people.

In a follow-up article, I mentioned the fact that Omidyar and Greenwald were headed to Google’s Newsgeist conference where they will learn how to mold the future of alternative “news” sites. I also exposed the Omidyar Network’s long history of globalist activity and partnership with the CIA.

Greenwald says that he and Omidyar plan to finally meet later this month, when they will appear at a very different sort of gathering: an invite-only event called Newsgeist, co-sponsored by Google and the Knight Foundation. Billed as an “unconference,” it has no agenda other than “reimagining the future of the news.” Andrew Rice

I also mentioned, that Pierre Omidyar has a new deal in the works with the CIA’s USAID. It’s a 300 million dollar project aimed at mixing Pierre’s personal brand of “charitable aims” with the raw power of the CIA. Nifty, huh? The fund, the Global Innovation Fund, will be headquartered in London of course.

The fund, which will be based in London, is looking for fresh ways to tackling problems that trump existing approaches. Inside Philanthropy

Mr. Omidyar helped spearhead what’s now called “venture philanthropy” by mixing Silicon Valley entrepreneurship with charitable aims. His projects include a $100-million microfinance fund and a just-announced $200-million Global Innovation Fund, established in partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development. Philanthropy.com

I tell you all of that so I can tell you this: Glenn’s Intercept has a new editor. Her name is Sharon Weinberger and you will not believe the connections this woman has. Anyone who still thinks Greenwald, First Look and the Intercept are “outsiders” is a fool. The Intercept is nothing more than a “hearts and minds” operation disguised as independent media and Omidyar’s hiring of Sharon Weinberger proves that beyond any lingering doubt.

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Matt Taibbi Quits Pierre Omidyar Controlled Opposition “News” Site – First Look Media Tries to Smear Taibbi’s Reputation With Unfounded Rumors

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: please see update at end of article

UPDATE 2: Ah. It would appear Taibbi is going to play the safe card and remain quiet about the split with First Look Media and their color revolution backing Omidyar.  Did you guys know Matt was a legacy baby? I did not know that. His father is a career “journalist” with NBC “News”

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“Over the weekend, Taibbi reached the conclusion that his relationship with Omidyar, Temple, and Ching had become irreversibly poisoned, and that no agreement would shield him and Racket from their ongoing involvement and interference.”

Fake “journalist” Glenn Greenwald finds himself dancing on razor blades these past few days. That’s what you get when you sell out so I’m not sympathetic.

As most of you know, I call Glenn #BillionairesBitch because he sold out to billionaire and Ukraine color revolution backer, Pierre Omidyar when he agreed to rent lend his product recognition to the globalist’s new “news” sites which he hoped he would be able to turn into another Huffington Post. Of course, all Glenn needed to bring to the table was his pretend “alternative” viewpoint and of course, all those “leaks” from the Snowden Psyop.

To get his hands on the controls of a 1/4 billion dollar start-up, Glenn was all too happy to jump right in with both feet. He got to immediately be big man on campus while he allowed the dimwitted left to present him as a hero for pretending Edward Snowden was a real whistle-blower.  You see, this is the transition they all dream of, those close to real power and wealth… this was his big break. No more reporting on them, siding up to them, being an outsider looking in like a sycophantic freshmen. No, this was his chance to join “The Big Club” as Carlin once so eloquently put it.

I’m not going to go over all of that with you guys again. Glenn “Hairy Studs” Greenwald is what he is.

But today, he’s having to walk a very fine line. Credibility on one side, sugar daddy on the other.  Oh, what a tangled web we weave…

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Watch Me Decimate Glenn Greenwald’s Transparent “antiwar” Spin on Obama and ISIS™

by Scott Creighton

Full disclosure: my feelings on the subject of Glenn Greenwald are well established, well founded and already well understood by most readers on this site.

Like every other self-absorbed phony opposition leader, Glenn is nothing more than a #BillionairesBitch trying to pass as a hero of the people. He makes me sick.

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James “limited-hangout baby” Bamford Does His Thing with Edward Snowden

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Steve Watson of the Prison Planet Watson Di$info Twins, has written an uncritical review of Mr. “Limited Hangout Baby” Bamford’s propaganda. Go figure. Remember, you can always tell a psyop by the company it keeps.

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Unlike before with The Puzzle Palace, this time the NSA cooperated with Bamford. Alarmed by Hollywood films like Enemy of the State that portrayed his agency as a ruthless cadre of assassins, the director of the NSA, Lt. Gen Michael V. Hayden, wanted the American public to have a more accurate picture of how the NSA functioned. In order to encourage better communication between the NSA and the press, Hayden granted Bamford unprecedented access to Crypto City (the NSA campus in Ft. Meade, MD), senior NSA officials, and thousands of NSA documents while he researched Body of Secrets. The NSA even hosted a book signing for Bamford on the grounds of Crypto City. It lasted more than four hours as hundreds of NSA employees lined up to have their copies of Body of Secrets autographed. (Ibid., Bamford’s profile from Random House)

James “limited-hangout baby” Bamford is a fraud as is the manufactured hero Edward Snowden.

It was only a matter of time before the NSA’s first manufactured whistle-blower was assigned the task of passing the proverbial torch to “Snowden” which is exactly what he has done in a new Wired magazine interview and accompanying Conde Nast promotional video.

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 Agencyundercover, 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

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Wall Street Teams Up with U.S. Intelligence Cronies in Bid to Form Fascist “Cyber War Council”

by Michael Krieger , Liberty Blitzkrieg

Want to hear the worst idea in the history of horrible ideas? How about we take the industry responsible for destroying the U.S. economy and wrecking the lives of tens of millions of people, and then allow it to create a “government-industry cyber war council.”

It appears that trillions in taxpayer bailouts simply wasn’t enough for Wall Street. Recognizing that it can seemingly get whatever it wants whenever it wants, the industry is now positioning itself to overtly control U.S. “cyber” policy. What could go wrong?

Merging of private business and government. Fascism

Or they could get involved in strikes against U.S. citizens they find undesirable or problematic.” Alan Greyson

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