"Never let a good crisis go to waste". (John D. Rockefeller, CFR, Illuminati)
"In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way." (President Franklin Roosevelt, 33rd Degree Mason, Illuminati)
An employee of the National Security Administration (NSA) had gone public with the news, and with the proof, that NSA, and other government agencies, were recording every phone call, every fax, every email and every stroke on the computer, of every citizen of the United States. Americans are simply not used to such a total invasion of privacy by government spooks.
Such surveillance activity has been going on for a long time. For example, in 1998 under Democrat President Bill Clinton and his Attorney-General, Janet Reno. The only reason the government could not carry out surveillance to the degree Snowden is reporting is because the technology was not quite as good in 1998 as it is in 2013.
Republican President George W. Bush expanded this outreach to include all forms of communication using all forms of sophisticated science. Government intrusion into the correspondence of a free people is an act which every Absolute Dictatorship in history had attempted to carry out. Dictators are always afraid of being overthrown by political dissidents; therefore, every dictator in history attempts to know what every possible person is saying, planning and carrying out, against him.
Every dictator knows he needs a national security administration that can spy on his citizens. A dictator must identify his enemies and arrest them before they can form alliances with like-minded enemies of the state.
Adolf Hitler and the Nazis used the same reasoning for establishing the Gestapo as our last three presidents have used to support our Homeland Security, NSA and the CIA.
Hitler said, "An evil exists that threatens every man, woman and child of this great nation, we must take steps to ensure our domestic security and protect our homeland."
After 9/11 Bush repeated Hitler's false threat.
Do you remember? Under the guise of protecting our freedoms, Republicans and Democrats alike trampled them into the dust, through Patriot Acts I and II, through dozens of lesser laws designed to implement these dictatorial laws.
Again here is what Hitler said and I quote: "The streets of our country are in turmoil. The universities are filled with students rebelling and rioting. Communists are seeking to destroy our country. Russia is threatening us with her might. And the republic is in danger. Yes! Danger from within and without, we need law and order! Without law and order our nation cannot survive."
The time will come when the citizens of this great Republic must not only know of its existence, but approve wholeheartedly.
How does one accomplish this task? How does one persuade a people who have never known the whip of the military slave master to accept a surveillance program that so clearly threatens his historic freedom?
First, you adopt Hitler's maxim that people will support war, or actions just short of war, if they feel threatened by an outside force.
Secondly, you manage this transition from secretive obscurity to open operation through the insidious method of mind control and mind manipulation known as "The Six Step Attitudinal Change Program".
Step 1. Some practice so offensive that it can scarcely be discussed in public is advocated by a RESPECTED expert in a RESPECTED forum.
Step 2. At first, the public is shocked, then outraged.
Step 3. The VERY FACT that such a thing could be publicly debated becomes the SUBJECT of the debate.
Step 4. In the process, sheer repetition of the shocking subject under discussion gradually dulling its effect. This step is by far the most important element in the six-step program.
Step 5. People then are no longer shocked by the subject.
Step 6. No longer outraged, people begin to argue for positions to moderate the extreme; or, they accept the premise, challenging, instead, the means to ACHIEVE it.
This insidious method of changing the deeply-held attitudes of people is being successfully directed toward the American population as a whole. Millions of people are experiencing attitudinal changes on a wide variety of subjects today. This attitudinal change is essential to achieving the New World Order. This attitude change must occur in this subject of complete surveillance of American citizens. Officials of the anti-christ One World Government desperately want the average citizen to support this all-pervasive surveillance system.
Let’s look at how it is being implemented in the U.S.
Step 1 -- Mass Media revealed, in 1998, that President Clinton and Attorney General Janet Reno planned surveillance of emails, phones and internet activity.
Step 2 -- People were outraged, particularly the Conservative who has been trained to distrust government.
Step 3 -- Passage of Patriot Act I in October, 2001, was heavily covered by Conservative media outlets. The Bush Administration intended to expand the Clinton/Reno surveillance, using the higher tech developed since 1998. However, what made the Bush effort so much more insidious was that Bush interlinked efforts of various government agencies so they could share information, thus making the threat to the average American citizen much more threatening. The CIA, FBI, NSA and Homeland Security merged their efforts and their databases.
Step 4 -- People are outraged, particularly the Conservative citizens who realize the trap the Elite had laid for American patriots. Under the guise of protecting our freedoms from "terrorists", our government has created a total surveillance system of the people.
Snowden’s revelation about the depth and height and width of the surveillance program shocked most Americans, to differing degrees. Undiscerning citizens were the most impacted because they had been blissfully sailing through life, unaware of the degree to which their freedoms to communicate private had already been severely eroded. Discerning Americans were less shocked but some of us ex-military and ex-government officials realized the electronic capability of the NSA.
Suddenly, commentators and patriots split into two distinct groups. Some believed Snowden was a criminal traitor. Some of us believe Snowden is a hero for revealing the government surveillance that threatens our basic freedoms.
Many patriotic Americans, feel that U.S. government secrets are sacred and must be protected at all costs. Personally I do not believe that. I believe our government hides its evil acts behind a cloak of secrecy. I believe the greatest danger to our freedoms and liberties is our government itself. Most citizens have no idea about the Illuminati and that it was founded in1776 by Adam Weishaupt. The sheeple also do not know their Bible and are not aware of spiritual warfare. Ephesians 6:12 We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Also since President Franklin Roosevelt, Americans have increasingly accepted the idea that the government is entirely benevolent and can be trusted from cradle to grave. Since many Americans believe the government is always benign and to be trusted, and since they know they are not doing anything illegal or subversive, they will conclude that there is nothing threatening for the government to capture all forms of communication every single hour of every single day. That is until one of their relatives is arrested or detained in a government camp.
The vast majority of sheeple do not oppose this total government surveillance. We have proceeded down the slippery slope just like we did in 1973 with Roe v.Wade, abortion.
The time has now come for the public to know of this surveillance and to approve of the Illuminati plan. The Six Step Attitudinal Change Plan is the vehicle by which the Illuminati is going to take this surveillance program into the mainstream. The anti-christ’s New World Government is being established before our eyes. The One World Government that Nimrod planned thousands of years with satan can finally be established.
By Jon Rappoport
June 27, 2013
June 27, 2013
Is the NSA a leaking sieve?
Well, Ed Snowden proved it, didn’t he?
He strolled into work with a thumb drive, plugged in, and stole the holy of holies.
This is the vaunted NSA we’re talking about. They can reach out and spy on anybody in the world, but they just didn’t remember to put safeguards in place, in their own offices.
They forgot. For years.
You know, just an oops.
And people nod and shrug when they hear about it.
The NSA says, “Now that we’re aware of the problem, we’re going to install new procedures to tighten security.”
And then there is this. The NSA can spy on anyone in the world, but they can’t find Ed Snowden now.
So… to sum up: we’re supposed to believe NSA can’t protect their own files, and they can’t find the most wanted man in the world.
People actually accept this nonsense.
So the question arises: if the NSA really does know where Snowden is right now, why hasn’t the Pentagon dispatched a team to snatch him and bring him home? Or why hasn’t the team killed him?
Two reasons. If Snowden really does have more damning information, and if, as Glenn Greenwald says, Snowden’s already sent it to multiple people in case anything happens to him, then capturing or killing him would trigger the release of that information.
And two, the groundswell of support for Snowden is growing at a rapid pace. Can you imagine what could happen if the government grabbed Snowden and brought him home to go on trial for treason?
The uproar would explode. The NSA would find itself under far greater attack. Politicians like Pelosi and Feinstein, who’ve come out against Snowden, could easily be swept away on the tide.
The current image of Snowden is sincere, honest, frank, and self-sacrificing. He doesn’t want to go after individual spies. He wants to change the system.
As we speak, government-contracted PR people and psyop specialists are burning the midnight oil, doing a risk-benefit analysis, trying to figure out how they could handle bringing Snowden home and placing him on trial. How they could change his image.
Is it worth it? What happens if they let Snowden roam free for a few more months? If they bring him home, can they spin media coverage to make him look bad? Worse than bad? Will that backfire? Do they have enough media ducks lined up?
Will Brian Williams, Scott Pelley, and Dianne Sawyer tune up just right on this issue? Will they be able to hypnotize enough of the public into believing Snowden is a traitor?
What about the “online community,” which is firmly on Snowden’s side after the revelations about nine tech giants cooperating fully with the NSA? How about 100,000 sites and bloggers going wild about the injustice of snatching Snowden and putting him on trial?
If, as I’ve argued in previous articles (see Spygate on this blog), Snowden is actually still working for his old employer, the CIA, and forwarding a turf war between the CIA and NSA, we’d have to say CIA has done a good job in positioning Snowden. The CIA might be crazy, but they aren’t (always) stupid.
Right out of the box, Snowden made a complete statement to the press about his intentions and motives. He just wants to expose the illegal spying on all US citizens so the public can decide what should be done, because after all, this is still a democracy.
Snowden says he doesn’t want praise. He’s not a hero. He just wants transparency. And the NSA is breaking the law over and over.
Snowden looks the part. Young, bright. A self-effacing yet steadfast nerd. Perfect. Nothing nasty about him. He doesn’t have that Julian Assange edge. He’s just a boy. Look at him. He obviously means well.
Honorable hero? CIA operative? Either way, the US government is in a pickle. It’s not going to be a slam-dunk with this guy.
In a related issue, it’s astonishing (to anyone who is awake) that the Congress hasn’t come down on NSA like a ton of bricks.
We should be hearing a grilling like this, directed at NSA head, Keith Alexander:
“Let me get this straight, General Alexander. Snowden captured and stole your most secret data. Anyone of his rank at NSA could have done the same, because you have no security protection against it. And now, with the most sophisticated spying system in the world, you can’t find Snowden. This makes the NSA the most bumbling stumbling trillion-dollar organization in the history of mankind. Can you give me a good reason why we shouldn’t move to de-fund NSA completely and start over from scratch? This is outrageous.”
And that would just be the beginning of the assault.
Yet, that’s not what we’re getting. Instead, so far, we’re hearing a few modest criticisms.
The most obvious answer is, Congress is afraid of the NSA. This bunch of legislators, these crooks and con men and perverts and felonious scum are scared that they’ve been under the NSA spying lens for a long time.
And what could come crawling out of NSA files is terrifying to them.
So they hold still. They take a deep breath. They pray for safety. They go on the attack against Snowden. They fall all over themselves calling Snowden a vile traitor who must be brought to justice.
Which tells you something about who’s running things in Washington.
It also tells you something about the level of resentment that’s built up over the years against the NSA. Not just in the Congress. In certain quarters of the CIA and the elite media, because NSA has been spying on reporters and editors and taking huge chunks of federal budget $$ away from the CIA.
Lots of important people have been hoping for a way to take down NSA a peg or two.
So this is the kind of Congressional-NSA conversation that’s going on right now, behind closed doors in Washington:
“Here’s the thing, General Alexander. We spoken about this before. Your NSA has been invading our lives with your snooping for far too long. Now we have a trump card. Ed Snowden. We’re playing it. I’m not admitting he’s our creature, I’m just saying he’s doing the kind of work we ourselves should have done years ago. So we want some give and take here.”
“What kind of give and take?”
“Get off our backs. We’ll go easy on you. We won’t turn all our guns on you. We’ll call Snowden a traitor. We’ll focus all the public attention on him. But give us our privacy back. Now.”
“Well, I suppose we might do that.”
“But we have to know you’re setting us free to do whatever the hell we want to do, without fear of being seen doing it. We need guarantees.”
“How might that work?”
“We need people we appoint to have oversight on NSA. Real oversight.”
The beginnings of an uneasy truce. A problematic truce, to be sure.
Oh, people might say, this sort of dealing never takes place.
Really? And you’re living in what world? The rainbow happy-happy goody-good sandbox planet just to the left of Oz?
The only question is, do the political enemies of NSA have enough juice yet, from the Snowden affair, to engage in this kind of conversation and come out with a win?
But that’s about tactics. The intention is clear. There are political players who want to take the NSA down a notch. Some of them may be honorable patriots; but some of them are definitely rank criminals in politicians’ clothing, who want to feel free from the Big Watching Eye.
Ed Snowden is their man of the hour. They will use him and what he symbolizes to make hay while the sun shines.
Why is all this important? And why does it matter who Snowden really represents?
It’s important because, the way this political game works, the NSA will escape the current scandal with its major spying programs intact, there will be dirty deals and compromises, and the NSA will still hold tremendous power.
No one in Washington imagines that NSA’s spying on private American citizens will significantly decline.
If people really understood that, if they understood that no savior is coming to unhook NSA’s computers, they might begin to view the Snowden affair differently. They might be willing to consider the real games that are being played.
They might admit that what we need is a nullification of Washington power that goes far beyond anything that Ed Snowden can provide.
Our real problem is the limited mind, or perhaps we should call it the literal mind.
The literal mind can’t conceive of the levels of deception and bent deal-making below the surface of events presented on the evening news.
The literal mind can’t, for example entertain the possibility that Snowden’s revealed some important (though hardly surprising) information, while at the same time, he has less than the purest of motives.
The literal mind is a programmed mind.
You present it with the image of the most competent and brilliant spying agency in the world, the NSA, and the “fact” that this agency can’t find its own ex-employee, Ed Snowden, and there is no perceived problem. No inconsistency.
The literal mind accepts all contradictions like hundred-dollar bills.
You could, for example, spend a year educating that mind about the US corporations that aided the Nazis in World War 2. You could spell out all the details. IBM, ITT, Standard Oil, etc.
And then, you could ask, “Do you think there is any chance the War was manipulated?”
And that mind would say, “Of course not. It was us versus them.”
You could say, “The science on manmade global warming is settled,” and the literal mind would never think of replying, “Explain what you mean by ‘settled.’ Who settled it? Exactly how?”
You could say, “Every year in the US, pharmaceutical drugs kill a minimum of 106,000 people. Nutritional supplements kill no one. But the FDA, which permits those drugs to enter the marketplace, relentlessly attacks supplements. It does nothing to stem the tide of deaths owing to the medical drugs.”
The literal mind would reply, “Yes? And? So?”
Some preposterous doofus on the news says, “Ed Snowden is walking around with three laptops that contain the deepest secrets of the NSA. Chinese or Russian hackers could have already gained access to all that information.”
The literal mind would never wonder why, then, the NSA can’t accomplish the same feat and discover what Snowden has pilfered.
The literal mind, under guidance from elite media anchors, will connect the dots directly in front of it, but it will avoid, at all costs, imagination. It will never posit alternative realities or explanations which then make those dots take on different meaning, fuller and deeper and truer meaning.
The literal mind is full of fear and protection. It wants to protect itself and it is afraid that something novel might swim into view and shatter it to pieces.
The literal mind is a clog in the bloodstream of life. It’s a believer in the extreme fairy tale of ordinary reality.
The literal mind imports, wholesale, images of ordinary reality and clings to them like a leech.
The literal mind, when it accidentally rubs up against creative life, retreats into a corner and mutters and curses.
The literal mind lives a second-hand existence through the news, which is the only food it can eat.
When the literal mind reaches the end of its tether, it seeks out codified religious blather invented by a priest class for the purpose of cutting people off from their own authentic spiritual energies and insights and connections.
The literal mind is a coward. It only asks for other cowards with which it can commune.
The day is too long, the night is too long, the fear is too great. The literal mind must therefore play out the string of a shrunken number of days and wither away, hoping it can deceive the void it feels at the center of its own experience.
The literal mind crawls around on a bed in the Universal Hospital. It dreams of extinction, while knowing it is already extinct.
Do not hold out a helping hand to the literal mind. It will try to snap your finger off. That gesture is all it has left.
In the end, the literal mind turns out to be the most fictional thing in the world.
On Thursday, CNN’s Erin Burnett continued the Illuminati’s propaganda onslaught against the “leaker” Edward Snowden. After fatuously mischaracterizing Snowden as a “hacker,” Burnett introduced former General Wesley Clark and Peter Brookes of the Heritage Foundation,
the lobbying outfit that takes money from the neocon Scaife Foundations run by the CIA operative and Operation Mockingbird asset Richard Mellon Scaife.
Clark, a notorious war criminal who used cluster bombs and depleted uranium on civilians during his term as the Supreme Commander of NATO forces, said the American people love the idea of the government illegally and unconstitutionally spying on them. Clark told Burnett the “American people are solidly behind the prism program and all that’s going on,” never mind numerous polls indicating the American people are steadfastly opposed to the government’s surveillance programs.
Brookes underscored the Illuminati’s claim that Snowden is a spy guilty of espionage despite the fact he is not accused of working for a foreign government. “He’s a 30-year-old spy. He’s been charged with espionage,” Brookes insisted.
Clark and Brookes are part of the Illuminati media echo chamber declaring Edward Snowden is a traitor for revealing the unconstitutional behavior of government and its Stasi state apparatus. From The New Yorker to MSNBC and Politico and beyond, the Illuminati media is focusing on Snowden – his idiosyncrasies, his girlfriend, even the fact he did not finish high school – while ignoring the serial criminality of the NSA, the Obama administration and Congress.
“Only because of Snowden do we know that our government is storing records of our phone data that can be mined for God only knows how long,” writes Kirsten Powers for The Daily Beast.
In fact, we have known for a long time about the government – more specifically, the national security state – spying on the American people, commencing soon after its inception in 1947 and mushrooming under quaintly named programs such as Project SHAMROCK and sister program Project MINARET. Enough evidence was revealed by the Senate’s Select Committee to StudyGovernmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities back in 1976 to implicate the government in this sort of elicit behavior, but thanks to the establishment media and the public miseducation system millions of Americans are blissfully unaware of the crimes of the national security state.
As a side note, the above linked Senate report is flagged as a “badware” website by Google. “Many kinds of badware aren’t visible or obvious, and they can install silently as soon as you visit an infected page. Google’s detection systems are VERY accurate. We suggest you don’t visit the site again until the owner resolves the problem!”
In other words, Google thinks it is very accurate at steering folks away from the truth, in this instance documentary American people.
In other words, Google thinks it is very accurate at steering folks away from the truth, in this instance documentary American people.
Google, as a trusted appendage of the Illuminati has a vested interest in diverting the unsuspecting away from the truth the same as CNN, the consistently featherbrained Erin Burnett and Illuminati apologists Wesley Clark and Peter Brookes.
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