Deep State Asset and Manufactured “Hero” Edward Snowden Now Promoting Iranian Destabilization Campaign

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: Saudi Arabia has also promised to destabilize Iran recently due to their involvement in the thwarting of the Greater Kurdistan project and several protesters have admitted to receiving money and orders from “outside the country”

UPDATE: Edward Snowden backs Iran color revolution just like:

Hows that for a “former” intelligence asset who “spilled his guts” for “truth and freedom”?

President Trump’s Green Revolution in Iran is well underway with a number of regime change assets running around staging little scenes much like Hillary Clinton’s assets did back in 2009. There are rioters killing various people, Twitter accounts posting photos of pro-government marches as if they were the opposition and of course, various PR firms working the operation as if their neoliberal lives depended on it.

Neo-cons in the American media and the U.S. President are all demanding that Americans stand with the “Iranian people” and the “protesters” in their “fight for freedom.” Brandon Turbeville

Last Thursday some protests took place in various cities in Iran supposedly by people angered over high unemployment and rising prices in the country. Within a couple of days the complicit MSM were reporting the main demand of the protesters was “regime change” due to “government corruption” which as we all know is a typical complaint raised by our color revolutionaries we hire to destabilize other nations. It is impossible to know for certain whether or not the first stage of the protests was legitimate or not.

As some of you might recall, protests in Turkey over the government’s privatizing Gezi Park were hijacked by regime change opportunists who tried to turn it into a color revolution back in May of 2013. Sometimes these things start from authentic organic dissatisfaction, that is true.

But other times they are completely fabricated from the start like what happened in Libya, Syria and Ukraine.

Leading one to believe this event in Iran is probably an example of the latter is the fact that protestors are now chanting things like “Let go of Palestine,” and “Not for Gaza, Not for Lebanon, I’d give my life (only) for Iran.” and just a few weeks ago the White House and Tel Aviv met to discuss developing a strategy on Iran:

“A delegation led by Israel’s National Security Adviser met with senior American officials in the White House earlier this month for a joint discussion on strategy to counter Iran’s aggression in the Middle East, a senior U.S. official confirmed to Haaretz,” wrote Haaretz agency. (Israeli Delegation Met U.S. Officials to Discuss ‘Iran Strategy,’ Syria)

Weeks ago Israeli security officials and their counterparts in the pro-Israel Trump administration met to discuss a way to counter Iran’s influence in Syria and suddenly, for no apparent reason, protests in Iran start up… all of a sudden?

And we aren’t supposed to make a connection here?

How about another connection? How would that be?

How do you think our National Security assets communicate with the assets they have in unfriendly countries like Iran now or Ukraine before the color revolution we staged over there? I mean beyond holding secret meetings with opposition leaders in our embassies like was done in Ukraine before the protests started. How do we communicate with the general rabble on the ground getting them ready and organized for “protests” when we are ready to start a regime change project? We can’t send them emails or call them on their cell phones because for the most part the targeted nations have security systems that are roughly equivalent to those we have in place since they already know they are being targeted for regime change.

So how do we do it?

We use social media platforms that are encrypted via TOR so targeted governments can’t read the messages but our assets and our intelligence agencies can communicate with one another and organize their efforts i.e. their “organic protests”.

“The core principle of Tor, “onion routing”, was developed in the mid-1990s by United States Naval Research Laboratory employees, mathematician Paul Syverson, and computer scientists Michael G. Reed and David Goldschlag, with the purpose of protecting U.S. intelligence communications online. Onion routing was further developed by DARPA in 1997…

The project was originally developed on behalf of the U.S. intelligence community and continues to receive U.S. government funding, and has been criticized as “more resembl[ing] a spook project than a tool designed by a culture that values accountability or transparency”.[19] As of 2012, 80% of The Tor Project’s $2M annual budget came from the United States government, with the U.S. State Department, the Broadcasting Board of Governors, and the National Science Foundation as major contributors,[157] aiming “to aid democracy advocates in authoritarian states”.[15] Other public sources of funding include DARPA, the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, and the Government of Sweden.[31][158]

As a reaction to the “spontaneous uprising” we see taking place, the Iranian government, quite understandably, have shut down some of these social media platforms utilizing TOR and other “democracy building” programs. They have done this because they know and have stated that they are being used by “outside forces” to ferment discord in the country with the expressed purpose of destabilization.

This is where the manufactured “hero” Edward Snowden comes into play.

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Manufactured Hero Ed Snowden to Spy on Activists and Investigative Journalists with New Haven App

Edward Snowden, the manufactured hero of the CISPA movement, wants you to install his new App on your phone which he admits will spy on everything around it at all times. And he even suggests “activists and investigative journalists” use this near stuff they want to protect… like evidence, leaks or incriminating videos… or their bedrooms.

And he makes this pitch in a new video with him sitting in front of someone else’s electronics workbench while whispering like sneaky uncle Vinny or something. It is bizarre and creepy and makes me sick when I think of the young, dumb narcissistic a-holes who will buy into this honey-pot surveillance trick.

Funny thing is, he brags about how his new app is linked to State Department-backed and Department of Defense created TOR and the State Department’s Guardian Project.

You would have to be a special kind of stupid to put this thing on your phone and set it up in your house or your bedroom.

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Glenn Greenwald and Max Blumenthal’s Incredible Hypocrisy in Calling Out MSM’s “Cult” of Fake News

As bad as it is that the MSM colludes with the Deep State to manufacture discontent with the president these days, the fact is, they are BOTH CIA Mockingbirds from way, way back. They are frauds and liars and have no business pointing fingers at anyone else calling them “frauds and liars”

links available after the break

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Progress of the Orwellian Dystopia Type

Gee. What did I say a week after the story of the manufactured hero “Edward Snowden” first broke? Something about demonizing “big gubmint” spying while normalizing Big Business’? Something like that? Something that got me labeled a “Snowden Truther” by Salon magazine? Yeah, I think that was it.

The CIA’s Manufactured Hero “Edward Snowden” Condemns #ComeyFiring

by Scott Creighton

He’s hip, he’s in your face, he’s a high-school drop-out, an Army washout, a college security guard turned super spy… and he’s the poster child for “freedom”… and he’s a manufactured hero, former and current CIA creation, “Edward Snowden” and he thinks we all have to “come together” to condemn the firing of a guy who lied to congress making up a story about Huma forwarding emails to her pedophile husband and then lied some more when asked why he wasn’t going to prosecute her. James Comey did all that so he could protect Hillary Clinton some more… while she was making ready her destabilization NGO called “Onward Together!”

Congress Votes to Free Up Big Business To Spy on You and Sell Your Most Private Data To Anyone Without Your Consent

by Scott Creighton

The “internet of everything” is big business. It’s big business, big opportunity and big control. It’s Big Brother. Today’s news exposes something awful. Not only are our congress-critters allowing for Big Business to turn everything you consider private into a commodity, but the fact is… THEY ALREADY DO IT.

Organizations like EFF are busy sending out mailers asking for donations so they can fight “the dismantling of broadband privacy” rules created back during the last moments of the Obama administration. Seems like a noble fight, doesn’t it? Accept, you never had those protections in the first place. Not during the Obama administration anyway.

The FCC’s rule titled “Protecting the Privacy of Customers of Broadband and Other Telecommunication Services,” 81 Fed. Reg. 87274 (PDF), was put in place after a long fight on Dec. 2nd, 2016. It was set to go into effect on Dec. 4, 2017… long after the Trumpster was elected and his corrupt gaggle of neoliberal destroyers he calls his “administration” had plenty of time to undo the rule. A year in fact.

“The FCC rules were put in place in 2016 to prevent consumers’ private and sensitive information automatically getting into the hands of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) such as AT&T, Comcast and Verizon…. That rule is scheduled to go into effect on December 4, 2017.” RT

That RT evaluation of the rule is a bit misleading. It prevented these companies from monitizing your very personal information, not from collecting it. And it only prevented them from selling your most personal information IF YOU TOLD THEM THEY COULDN’T.

They have been collecting it since the USA Freedom Act and CISA went into effect. This rule was ONLY set to make sure customers had a choice to opt-out of the monitization part, essentially keeping Big Telecom from turning more of a profit on the data (more meaning, they are already paid by the government to collect and store said information for the purposes of “national security”)

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