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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Thu Oct 10, 2013 10:26 pm

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Edward Snowden (3rd R) receives the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence Award (SAAII) alongside UK WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison (2nd R) who took Snowden from Hong Kong to Moscow and obtained his asylum and the United States government whistleblowers who presented the award (L-R) Coleen Rowley (FBI), Thomas Drake (NSA), Jesselyn Raddack (DoJ) and Ray McGovern (CIA) on October 9, 2013 in Moscow, Russia.(Photo: Sunshinepress, Getty Images)
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Thu Oct 10, 2013 10:28 pm

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Snowden is the setup .. telling us about all these privacy invasions which will eventually lead the blame to the thing that made it all possible "The Internet".

The internet can then be locked down to regulated channels as frightened "people" will trade the internet's freedom for a bit of "security"..  or at least that's what they will tell us.. "it's the people's will"


The internet is jews' best friend.  How better to spy, exploit and extort?

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:11 am

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Vidarr wrote:
Snowden is the setup .. telling us about all these privacy invasions which will eventually lead the blame to the thing that made it all possible "The Internet".

The internet can then be locked down to regulated channels as frightened "people" will trade the internet's freedom for a bit of "security"..  or at least that's what they will tell us.. "it's the people's will"


The internet is jews' best friend.  How better to spy, exploit and extort?
 
sure .. a long as they control the flow of information.. they'll keep spying on you but you will no longer be able to read anything about them.. ISP's will provide regulated channels offering packages of kosher msm sites..

but they need a precedent to push it through.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:54 am

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Mebbe so but sometimes these types have some interesting info even when it comes in the wrong package.  On occasion Raimondo has dug up stuff nobody else in JMSM bothered with.
They have to present something credible, and their credibility can even be 99% to get that 1% of misdirection out there.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:02 am

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Edward Snowden (3rd R) receives the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence Award (SAAII) alongside UK WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison (2nd R) who took Snowden from Hong Kong to Moscow and obtained his asylum and the United States government whistleblowers who presented the award (L-R) Coleen Rowley (FBI), Thomas Drake (NSA), Jesselyn Raddack (DoJ) and Ray McGovern (CIA) on October 9, 2013 in Moscow, Russia.(Photo: Sunshinepress, Getty Images)
What a phony smile Sarah Harrison has. Not even a good actress. I think the Russians were supposed to fall for this jew stunt but they didn't. Putin sarcastically said: we don't want him to reveal any info that could hurt our partners. Now Snowden has to sweat it out in Russia knowing full well he has become a liability and could be taken out at any time.

Snowden's future can only turn out 2 ways--he either get's taken out, or, in the future he's returned to the US with some amnesty deal cause he never actually revealed any secrets. Probably the latter.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:52 am

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Edward Snowden (3rd R) receives the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence Award (SAAII) alongside UK WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison (2nd R) who took Snowden from Hong Kong to Moscow and obtained his asylum and the United States government whistleblowers who presented the award (L-R) Coleen Rowley (FBI), Thomas Drake (NSA), Jesselyn Raddack (DoJ) and Ray McGovern (CIA) on October 9, 2013 in Moscow, Russia.(Photo: Sunshinepress, Getty Images)
What a phony smile Sarah Harrison has. Not even a good actress. I think the Russians were supposed to fall for this jew stunt but they didn't. Putin sarcastically said: we don't want him to reveal any info that could hurt our partners. Now Snowden has to sweat it out in Russia knowing full well he has become a liability and could be taken out at any time.

Snowden's future can only turn out 2 ways--he either get's taken out, or, in the future he's returned to the US with some amnesty deal cause he never actually revealed any secrets. Probably the latter.
Don't you see what they're doing?  They are creating a jew-led organization of whistle blowers and internet freedom fighters that now includes Snowden.  Expect this group to get more and more publicity.  They'll get international carte blanche, meet with dignitaries, find new champions.  All would benefit jews, all controlled opposition.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:55 am

Makes sense.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 11, 2013 2:29 pm



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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 12, 2013 12:19 am

Ed doesn't have to be a Jew or a crypto Jew for this to be a jew operation.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 12, 2013 11:07 am

FIRST VIDEO: Snowden receives Sam Adams Award in Moscow
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The first videos of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden have surfaced since he received asylum in Russia. The footage, provided by WikiLeaks, was taken during the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence awards ceremony.

The video fragments of a meeting, attended by the former CIA analyst Ray McGovern, former NSA executive Thomas Andrews Drake and former FBI agent Coleen Rowley, Jesselyn Radack of the Government Accountability Project, and Sarah Harrison of WikiLeaks – all whistleblowers in their own respects – were released by WikiLeaks on Friday. 

In the first video appearance since he was granted asylum in Russia, Snowden spoke about US government transparency and dangers to democracy caused by the NSA mass spying programs. 
“This is not about any sort of particular program, this is about a trend in the relationship between the governing and the governed in America,” Snowden said speaking about the government transparency situation in the US. “That is increasingly coming into conflict with what we expect as a free and democratic people. If we can’t understand the policies and the programs of our government, we cannot grant our consent in regulating them.”


“As someone very clever said recently, we don’t have an oversight problem in the US we have an undersight problem.”


The problem has grown up to a point where Americans have “an executive, the Department of Justice, that’s unwilling to prosecute high officials who lied to Congress and the country on camera but they’ll stop at nothing to prosecute someone who told them the truth,” Snowden added.
Snowden has expressed his satisfaction that people around the globe are starting to understand mass surveillance doesn’t increase safety at all.

“People all over the world are realizing that these programs don’t make us more safe, they hurt our economy, they hurt our country they limit our ability to speak and think and live and be creative, to have relationships, to associate freely.”

There is a huge difference between surveillance programs aimed at increasing security and Big Brother mass surveillance, the NSA leaker added.

“There’s a far cry between legal programs, legitimate spying, legitimate law enforcement where it’s targeted, it’s based on reasonable suspicion, an individualized suspicion, and a warranted action – and a sort of dragnet mass surveillance that puts entire populations under a sort of eye that sees everything, even when it’s not needed.”


Although it is known that the ceremony took place in Moscow, the exact location remains a mystery for security reasons. In an exclusive interview with RT Julian Assange said Edward Snowden is safe in Russia, but the fates of journalists who helped him and published his leaks are now of more concern for WikiLeaks. 

After a meeting with Snowden, the four whistleblowers – former NSA executive Thomas Andrews Drake, former CIA analyst Ray McGovern, former FBI agent Coleen Rowley and Jesselyn Radack of the Government Accountability Project – all met in RT’s to share their thoughts on Snowden and tell their stories. 


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Of Snowden, Jesselyn Radack said that “he looked great. He seemed very centered and brilliant, smart, funny, very engaged. I thought he looked very well.”

Ray McGovern, called Snowden “an extraordinary person who has “no regrets” for his actions.

Thomas Andrews Drake is a former NSA senior executive and a whistleblower indicted in 2010 for espionage after leaking documents to the press that alleged that the intelligence organization had committed fraud, waste and abuse against the American people. For his whistleblowing activities, Drake was honored in 2011 with the Ridenhour Prize for Truth-Telling and co-recipient of the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence award.

In the studio he recalled his experience being a whistleblower.

“I disclosed high crimes and misdemeanors by the US government while at the National Security Agency (NSA). That involved both secret surveillance and massive fraud, waste and abuse.  And no regrets at all in blowing the whistle, recognizing that I paid a very high price,”
Drake told RT.

Coleen Rowley is a former FBI agent and whistleblower. In 2002, Rowley testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee revealing problems facing the US intelligence community by highlighting some of the pre 9/11 intelligence lapses.

“When you saw this 180-degree switch to the war paradigm and the use of intelligence rather than judicial process, due process, you know, the law of interrogation – I had to speak out and explain the failures of 9/11.” Rowley told RT.

For her activity TIME magazine chose her as one of three whistleblower persons of the year.

Former ethics adviser to the Department of Justice, Jesselyn Radack, became a whistleblower after she exposed the FBI for committing violations in their interrogation of John Walker Lindh, an alleged Taliban fighter captured in 2001 in Afghanistan, without an attorney present. She also exposed the Department of Justice for allegedly attempting to suppress that information. “The justice department was willing to cut corners to prosecute people,” she told RT.

Analysis:  How jewy is this getting?  My god!  But reverting back to my initial theory, Snowden's big issue is not the "legitimate spying" (in his words, as jews love spying on us), but the blanket caching of web content to include private "jew-to-jew" exchanges that he was doing using Lavabit. That appears to be all this is about.  But see how jews turn it into a whole new program that is quickly getting legs.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sun Oct 13, 2013 12:42 am

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Analysis:  How jewy is this getting?  My god!  But reverting back to my initial theory, Snowden's big issue is not the "legitimate spying" (in his words, as jews love spying on us), but the blanket caching of web content to include private "jew-to-jew" exchanges that he was doing using Lavabit. That appears to be all this is about.  But see how jews turn it into a whole new program that is quickly getting legs.
Hmm another reason not to buy Samuel Adams beer. Not bad stuff actually but hey, why does the Jew microbrewer hit the big time? Family Guy has done much free advertising for Sam Adams by making "Pawtucket Patriot" Peter Griffin & pals' beer of choice. Similar strategy to the show's "cutaway jokes" which often are disguised promos for washed-up Jew celebs.

But I doubt the Snowden affair is to try to protect secret Jewish internet avenues. Jews would certainly like such protection but why try to get that with a super-hyped psy-op vs tried & trusty behind-the-scenes scheming? Snowden is just a symbol & appears to have no effect on NSA spying which rolls merrily along. Look at conventional justice system: Jews don't need to pass special statutes for protection when they control courts, DAs etc. Regular NSA harvesting, even non-secret traffic, undoubtedly reveals massive evidence of Jewish crimes, but the big crooks don't care. Wall St ripe for massive prosecutions just from public evidence but nothing happens. & Big Jews can always resort to 1st-class plane travel to send important messages.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sun Oct 13, 2013 10:44 am

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wag wrote:

Analysis:  How jewy is this getting?  My god!  But reverting back to my initial theory, Snowden's big issue is not the "legitimate spying" (in his words, as jews love spying on us), but the blanket caching of web content to include private "jew-to-jew" exchanges that he was doing using Lavabit. That appears to be all this is about.  But see how jews turn it into a whole new program that is quickly getting legs.
Hmm another reason not to buy Samuel Adams beer.  Not bad stuff actually but hey, why does the Jew microbrewer hit the big time?  Family Guy has done much free advertising for Sam Adams by making "Pawtucket Patriot" Peter Griffin & pals' beer of choice.  Similar strategy to the show's "cutaway jokes" which often are disguised promos for washed-up Jew celebs.

But I doubt the Snowden affair is to try to protect secret Jewish internet avenues.  Jews would certainly like such protection but why try to get that with a super-hyped psy-op vs tried & trusty behind-the-scenes scheming?  Snowden is just a symbol & appears to have no effect on NSA spying which rolls merrily along.  Look at conventional justice system:  Jews don't need to pass special statutes for protection when they control courts, DAs etc.  Regular NSA harvesting, even non-secret traffic, undoubtedly reveals massive evidence of Jewish crimes, but the big crooks don't care.  Wall St ripe for massive prosecutions just from public evidence but nothing happens.  & Big Jews can always resort to 1st-class plane travel to send important messages.
I recently got a deal (marked down to same cost of Lager - $105) on a Yuengling Bock keg, which is obviously seasonal.  Real good beer there.

Concerning Snowden, he just flipped, and jews had to come to his rescue.  Now see them trying to turn lemons into lemonaid.  We don't know what is being discussed in the backrooms over this.  We'll have to carefully read any new legislation that results for the usual jew trickery.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sun Oct 13, 2013 11:44 pm

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I recently got a deal (marked down to same cost of Lager - $105) on a Yuengling Bock keg, which is obviously seasonal.  Real good beer there.

Concerning Snowden, he just flipped, and jews had to come to his rescue.  Now see them trying to turn lemons into lemonaid.  We don't know what is being discussed in the backrooms over this.  We'll have to carefully read any new legislation that results for the usual jew trickery.
Yuengling pretty good but interestingly it used to be super-cheap (in cans) but not widely sold. But then Jews decided to throttle back on the bargain beers. Yuengling got a marketing makeover with a big ad budget, now sold only (that I see) in bottles & at much higher price. Still a reasonable value I think. But some industry experts say cans are almost as good as bottles now. Even in Germany some beer sold in cans--saw a quickmart there that sold a nice smoked beer in cans for pretty cheap.

Jews are puffing up Snowden but didn't go so far as to let him stay in US & fight charges like Ellsberg.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Mon Oct 14, 2013 1:37 am

Snowden seems like a failed operation. I think he was supposed to be embraced by the Russians, but rather they put him on a short leash with no activities and so forth. This award appears to be a fallback.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Mon Oct 14, 2013 10:41 am

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I recently got a deal (marked down to same cost of Lager - $105) on a Yuengling Bock keg, which is obviously seasonal.  Real good beer there.

Concerning Snowden, he just flipped, and jews had to come to his rescue.  Now see them trying to turn lemons into lemonaid.  We don't know what is being discussed in the backrooms over this.  We'll have to carefully read any new legislation that results for the usual jew trickery.
Yuengling pretty good but interestingly it used to be super-cheap (in cans) but not widely sold.  But then Jews decided to throttle back on the bargain beers.  Yuengling got a marketing makeover with a big ad budget, now sold only (that I see) in bottles & at much higher price.  Still a reasonable value I think.  But some industry experts say cans are almost as good as bottles now.  Even in Germany some beer sold in cans--saw a quickmart there that sold a nice smoked beer in cans for pretty cheap.

Jews are puffing up Snowden but didn't go so far as to let him stay in US & fight charges like Ellsberg.

Yuengling fought off a buy-out from the entity that owns Bud and most other beers.  They still make it in cans, and readily available where I am. 

As they seem to be investing in him, Snowden won't go away soon, but probably a slow fizzle unless he can somehow bring more to the table.

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:00 am

Things are getting set-up to return Snowden to the US to face lesser charges.

http://rt.com/news/snowden-russia-china-documents-332/
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 18, 2013 1:04 pm

Snowden: There’s no chance Russia, China have NSA docs
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Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden says neither Russia nor China had access to the sensitive documents he retrieved from the spy agency detailing its mass surveillance operations throughout the globe.

Snowden told The New York Times in an interview that he gave the trove of classified documents to journalists upon meeting them in Hong Kong, claiming he did not keep copies of them. He then fled to Russia without any of the files “because it wouldn’t serve the public interest,” he said.

Snowden, who took part in the interview with the Times from Russia via encrypted online communications, said he has confidence that the information was protected from China based on his extensive knowledge and work on Chinese operationsLaughing , adding that he had even taught a course on the country’s cyber counterintelligence.

“There’s a zero percent chance the Russians or Chinese have received any documents,” he said.
His final project as an NSA contractor was on China’s capabilities, he said, adding that he had “access to every target, every active operation” that the NSA levied against the Chinese.

“If that was compromised,” he said, the “NSA would have set the table on fire from slamming it so many times in denouncing the damage it had caused. Yet NSA has not offered a single example of damage from the leaks. They haven’t said boo about it except ‘we think,’ ‘maybe,’ ‘have to assume’ from anonymous and former officials. Not ‘China is going dark.’ Not ‘the Chinese military has shut us out.’ ”


Since the first stories detailing NSA surveillance operations via leaks from Snowden were published on June 6 by the Guardian and The Washington Post, US officials have expressed worry that the two countries had access to the classified information.


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Yet Snowden said he believes the NSA knows that he did not cooperate with either country. He is now revealing this information to counter accusations, adding that he did not do so previously to shield the journalists from heightened scrutiny.

“What would be the unique value of personally carrying another copy of the materials onward?” he said of any allegations that he took documents to Russia.

Snowden, 30, faces charges under the Espionage Act for leaking an untold number of classified documents to journalists. He said he believed he was acting in the best interest of the US in revealing secret information on NSA dragnet surveillance policies that he hoped would lead to widespread public debate.

 “The secret continuance of these programs represents a far greater danger than their disclosure,” he said. 

Snowden told the Times that he never considered defecting while in Hong Kong or in Russia, where he has been permitted to remain for a year. He said he currently is free to move around in the country and is not under Russian government control.

He attests that he was mostly concerned that Americans were completely in the dark about the NSA’s operations and reach.

“So long as there’s broad support amongst a people, it can be argued there’s a level of legitimacy even to the most invasive and morally wrong program, as it was an informed and willing decision,” he said. “However, programs that are implemented in secret, out of public oversight, lack that legitimacy, and that’s a problem. It also represents a dangerous normalization of ‘governing in the dark,’ where decisions with enormous public impact occur without any public input.”


Snowden described how his decision to leak the trove developed over time, beginning with his days working for the CIA’s Geneva station, where his contact with superiors convinced him that working within the system to mount complaints or point out flaws would only lead to retribution.

He detailed how while in Geneva working as a telecom information systems officer, he fell into a “petty email spat” when he questioned a manager’s judgment.

Months later, Snowden said he discovered a software flaw in the CIA’s personnel web applications that made it vulnerable to hacking. Upon warning a supervisor, he was told to avoid causing trouble.
He eventually proved the vulnerability existed, to which his supervisor signed off on and sent through the system for correction. However, a more senior manager - the one Snowden quarreled with - was outraged and filed a critical comment in Snowden’s file, he said.


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This instance was the subject of a previous Times story that claimed the black mark was a result of official suspicions that he was a threat to access classified material for which he was not authorized to see. Snowden said the report was false, and that the comment came from the exposition of the CIA system vulnerability.

Following the senior manager’s action, Snowden then considered alerting the CIA’s inspector general about what he saw as a retribution for pointing out a system flaw, though he said he’s not sure whether he had gone through with the complaint or not.

He said the incident convinced him that working through the system would only lead to punishment, as he was aware of others - like the NSA’s Thomas Drake - who had suffered reprisals for keeping complaints within the chain of command. Drake was prosecuted for disclosing an NSA contracting abuse to The Baltimore Sun. 



He knew of other NSA employees who had been reprimanded for embarrassing an official in emails that included a line referring to the Chinese Army:  “Is this the PLA or the NSA?”


“There’s a lot of dissent - palpable with some, even” in the NSA, he said, adding that many were kept in line through “fear and a false image of patriotism” or an “obedience to authority.”


Snowden said that working within the system provided for NSA employees and contractors to file complaints would have “buried forever” his efforts to question NSA surveillance programs. He said that if he had done so, he would “have been discredited and ruined.”


“The system does not work,” he said, in part because “you have to report wrongdoing to those most responsible for it.”


He said that a major point prompting him to act occurred upon his discovery of a classified 2009 inspector general report on the NSA’s illegal warrantless wiretapping program during the Bush administration as part of his work as a systems administrator.

“It was too highly classified to be where it was,” he said of the IG report, which led him to open and read about the program.

“If the highest officials in government can break the law without fearing punishment or even any repercussions at all,” he said, then “secret powers become tremendously dangerous (to jews?).”

He would not specify when he accessed the report, or the timing of his actions that led to the document leak.

Snowden added that response to the leaks has been larger than he expected and that he had not attempted to control what the journalists reported about the documents. He said he wanted to be “divorced from the decision-making of publication” and that “technical solutions were in place to ensure the work of the journalists couldn’t be interfered with.”

Neither the NSA nor the CIA would comment for the story.


So I guess we're back to Snowden the hero, no more the traitor?  But it just shows you how paranoid and delusional a young jew can be when working under goy supervisors.  Lesson for jews? ...Ensure jews are in charge of the NSA to ensure jews can retain their privacy to continue working their shams/acts of treason, other illicit stuff?

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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 18, 2013 1:07 pm

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So I guess we're back to Snowden the hero, no more the traitor?  But it just shows you how paranoid and delusional a young jew can be when working under goy supervisors.  Lesson for jews? ...Ensure jews are in charge of the NSA to ensure jews can retain their privacy to continue working their shams/acts of treason, other illicit stuff?

NSA shakeup: Spy chief, deputies eye the doors





NSA’s director, Gen. Keith Alexander, is retiring. (Evan Vucci/AP)

As if the National Security Agency and the U.S. Cyber Command weren’t already in enough turmoil (perhaps you’ve heard of that Edward Snowden guy?), things are expected to get even more unstable around Snoop Central.

Gen. Keith Alexander, the director of the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, on Thursday made public his decision to leave the agency in March, a move our colleague Ellen Nakashima reported on this month. Alexander’s the longest-serving head of the NSA, having had his tenure extended three times.

But he’s hardly the only one making for the exits at Fort Meade.

His deputies are close behind him: We’re told that deputy NSA director Chris Inglis will retire in mid-January. And Lt. Gen. Jon Davis,  deputy commander of U.S. Cyber Command, is expected to depart, too, probably in June, after he completes his two-year assignment.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/in-the-loop/wp/2013/10/17/nsa-shakeup-spy-chief-deputies-eye-the-doors/


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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:03 pm

Good time to bring in some Jews to right the NSA ship! RE "They are creating a jew-led organization of whistle blowers", they already have the National Whistleblowers Center; chairperson & president both Jews. Chair Dr Gina Green was formerly VP of Nature Conservancy--a template for Jewish crook charities.

Well Snowden affair has pretty much blown over viz JMSM. IMO they're retreating from the "traitor" talk because they want public to accept NSA spying as unavoidable fait-accompli.

Snowden's concept of acceptable 4th Amendment spying is rather silly I think. If NSA only collected data after Reasonable Suspicion they'd obviously lose much potential evidence. Plus IIRC Nine Old Swine have ruled email has no expectation of privacy anyway?

Sooner or later Big Brother will do a well-publicized prosecution of a major pedophile or Wall St crook scheme & openly use NSA data to set a precedent. Avg Joe will be reassured that "only the guilty" fear the spying.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 26, 2013 10:46 am

Legislation Curtailing NSA Domestic Spying to Be Introduced Tuesday


Breitbart News has learned that Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI) will introduce major legislation to rein in NSA surveillance activities of American citizens on Tuesday.


The United and Strengthening America by Fulfilling Rights and Ending Eavesdropping, Dragnet Collection, and Online Monitoring Act, or USA FREEDOM Act, is somewhat of a step beyond the controversial “Amash Amendment” that narrowly failed to pass the House in July that would have stripped funding for NSA programs collecting the telephone records of those in the United States.
Sensenbrenner is the former Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee and current Chairman of the subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security. He was also the original sponsor of the PATRIOT Act. The Wisconsin lawmaker has previously stated that the PATRIOT Act was “deliberately drafted to prevent [the] data mining" yet the NSA interpreted his legislation to justify their dragnet style surveillance of American citizens. His support, as the drafter of the PATRIOT Act, could be influential with a few of his national security oriented Republican colleagues.
There is expected to be companion legislation in the Senate. Sources indicate that Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, may be introducing that version.
Sources familiar with the bill indicate that this legislation already has more than 50 co-sponsors. They note that the Amash Amendment failed to pass by only 12 votes and that they need only 7 members to flip to successfully pass the USA Freedom Act. Sources confirm that those 50+ co-sponsors include multiple members who had voted against the Amash amendment, meaning they are already well on their way to getting the additional 7 votes they need to pass.

Several Members have told the media that if they knew now what they knew then, specifically NSA audit documents that seemed to contradict what they were being told, then they would have voted for the Amash Amendment. It’s worth noting that 13 members who voted to stop the PATRIOT Act two years ago voted against the Amash Amendment back in July.

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In a letter being circulated to Members, the legislation is characterized as a mechanism “to rein in the dragnet collection of data by the National Security Agency (NSA) and other government agencies, increase transparency of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC), provide businesses the ability to release information regarding FISA requests, and create an independent constitutional advocate to argue cases before the FISC.”

A draft version of the bill reveals the key provisions including 1) addressing Section 215 and ending “bulk collection of American’s communication records,” 2) “Reform[ing] the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court,” 3) “Increas[ing] transparency,” and 4) addresses “National Security Letters.”


Section 215 Bulk Collection:
Section 215 is the program that the Amash Amendment tried to defund. The USA Freedom Act will end “bulk collection” under Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act. Additionally, “the bill would also strengthen the prohibition on ‘reverse targeting' of Americans—that is, targeting a foreigner with the goal of obtaining communications involving an American.”


According to the letter being circulated, “The bill requires the government to more aggressively filter and discard information about Americans accidentally collected through PRISM and related programs.”

Reforming the FISA Court:
On the topic of the FISA court, the USA Freedom Act would create an Office of the Special Advocate (OSA) Twisted Evil  to be tasked with promoting privacy interest before the FISA court’s closed proceedings. Importantly, the OSA will have the authority to appeal decisions of the FISA court. The bill also creates new and more robust reporting requires to ensure that Congress is “aware of actions by the FISC and intelligence community.”

Moreover, the legislation would grant the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board “subpoena authority to investigate issues Twisted Evil related to privacy and national security.”


Increase Transparency:
The USA Freedom Act requires the Attorney General to publicly disclose all FISC decisions issued after July 10, 2003, that contains a “significant construction or interpretation of law.” This is important given that the NSA has had its own classified interpretations of the PATRIOT Act and FISA legislation. If the public is unable to see how the intelligence community interprets the law, it’s difficult for them and Congress to provide any oversight on their actions.

One provision that technology companies in particular may be pleased with is that the legislation will allow “Internet and telecom companies” to publicly report an estimate of 1) the “number of FISA orders and national security letters received” and 2) the number of “such orders and letters complied with” and 3) the number of “users or accounts on whom information was demanded under the orders and letters”

The legislation will also require the government to make annual or semiannual public reports to estimate the total number of individuals and U.S persons that were “subject to FISA orders authorizing electronic surveillance, pen/trap devices, and access to business records.”


National Security Letters:
The USA Freedom Act adopts a single standard for Section 215 and national security letter protection to “ensure that the Administration doesn’t use different authorities to support bulk collection.” Specifically, it adds a sunset date to national security letters requiring that “Congress reauthorize the government’s authority thereby ensuring proper congressional review.”

The USA Freedom Act is to be introduced on Tuesday, just a few days after a major rally marking the 12th anniversary of the PATRIOT Act, in front of Union Station by the large bipartisan coalition StopWatching.US that includes Congressman Amash. The coalition includes hundreds of organizations from all sides of the political spectrum, and their petition on reining in NSA surveillance has received more than 575,000 signatures (Disclosure: I am part of the Stopwatching.us coalition).



In summary, jews just reeled in total control over all US surveillance.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 26, 2013 1:52 pm



Just a Jew that lets stuff out that Jews want out


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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 26, 2013 4:48 pm

I'm still waiting for Sibel Edmonds to tell us all about 9/11.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 26, 2013 6:30 pm

Jason Berman made a film "Loose Change" about 911







The '9-11 Truthers movement proved it was an inside job









These two Zhids blame the CIA








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I'm still waiting for Sibel Edmonds to tell us all about 9/11.


Osama bin Laden done it - Bush and the CIA were part of it.
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 26, 2013 9:48 pm

wag wrote:
Legislation Curtailing NSA Domestic Spying to Be Introduced Tuesday


Breitbart News has learned that Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI) will introduce major legislation to rein in NSA surveillance activities of American citizens on Tuesday.


The United and Strengthening America by Fulfilling Rights and Ending Eavesdropping, Dragnet Collection, and Online Monitoring Act, or USA FREEDOM Act, is somewhat of a step beyond the controversial “Amash Amendment” that narrowly failed to pass the House in July that would have stripped funding for NSA programs collecting the telephone records of those in the United States.
How is a stronger statute going to pass when the weaker one failed? "Freedom Act" designed to lose but give some Congress-critters the chance to say they voted against Big Bro. & does NSA worry about laws anyway?
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PostSubject: Re: Snowden and the Jews   Sat Oct 26, 2013 10:03 pm

EyeBelieve wrote:
How is a stronger statute going to pass when the weaker one failed?  "Freedom Act" designed to lose but give some Congress-critters the chance to say they voted against Big Bro.  & does NSA worry about laws anyway?
Jews in congress will get much greater oversight over the surveillance programs.  It shall be.

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