Whinery: Spy vs. Spy? There’s Something Fishy About Edward Snowden

Copy+of+Spy_vs_Spy_WallPaper_2560X1024_by_ZariousSomething about NSA leaker Edward Snowden doesn’t add up…

There are serious questions into how a high school dropout with a GED gets access to the entire inner workings of “Big Brother.”

Does anyone else think that there is more than meets the eye here?

What if I told you that we are not witnessing the work of a “rogue agent” but something much more? Like a war between the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). And that Mr. Snowden worked for CIA first before he “quit” and does anyone really “quit” the CIA?

The Motive: The CIA owes the NSA.

Petraeus_General_Petraeus-s650x650-98350-580It was the very surveillance techniques that are being exposed by Mr. Snowden that led to the downfall of CIA Director David Petraeus. A man who might otherwise have been President.

At some point, while Snowden is at CIA- He’s approached by senior officers who explain to him how NSA has gone too far. They are no longer just trying to catch terrorists. They are building a full fledged Surveillance State, which can only lead to the destruction of America and everything it stands for. They explain to him that they need someone to go inside NSA and expose them.

It’s been reported that Mr. Snowden was a frequent contributor on Ars Technica where he posted frequently on privacy issues. Stop and think about this. Why would NSA or its private contractor, Booz Allen put a privacy zealot in the position that Sowden ended up in?

pat-buchanan-300x251Also look at who the initial leaks were provided to. The Guardian– a UK newspaper that takes freedom seriously. And the reporter- Mr. Greenwald is a sketch of everything the American Liberal media establishment holds sacred- A leftwing homosexual- a far more difficult target than say if Pat Buchanan had been the beneficiary of the leaks. And the Washington Post– the venerable DC institution and long time CIA mouthpiece going back to the “Project Mockingbird” days (Google it).

The NSA program of of surveillance- which literally hoovers up all digital communications worldwide – and as has been reported- can predict your ideas as they are formulated!

The NSA is building a world where there is no more privacy, freedom of thought- where everything can be centrally monitored and controlled.

china-flag,9-J-193447-13Then there is why Hong Kong was the perfect place to escape to and a further scenario where Snowden can give technical info to China- which is the only Country in the World with the infrastructure to go to war with NSA and destroy their worldwide snooping matrix…

What if I told you all that?

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17 Responses to Whinery: Spy vs. Spy? There’s Something Fishy About Edward Snowden

  1. chuck says:

    Vince Flynn lives!!!

  2. Nick says:

    I would say two things:

    1. Wrap the tinfoil tighter – the alien thought control waves are still getting in;
    2. No – no one ever really ‘quits’ the CIA (with the obvious exception of junior secretarial and janitorial staff -when not contracted out – and even then they’re still subject to the official secrets act.)

  3. paulwilsonkc says:

    Nick, wait till the TWA Fl 800 documentary comes out next month; the tin foil hat crowd looks incredibly more credible.

    • Danimal says:

      Que Jack Cashill in 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . .

    • the dude says:

      Yeah Wilsun,

      When the houses of cards start tumbling down more conspiracies are being exposed. Flight 800, WTC #7, you do the math.

      This sounds plausible but the only reason the CIA would want to expose this is they wouldn’t want other abbreviations stepping on their toes, not because they are worried about a police state.

    • Nick says:

      Actually, Paul, that’s one I can believe.

      If you cast your mind back you will remember that there were witnesses (yes, more than one) to that event who at the time said they saw “a rocket” or “rocket like device” strike the plane. They were pooh-pooh’d by the Feds and told to sit down in the corner and shut up. It was in public newspapers and everything…

      ; ‘ )

      • paulwilsonkc says:

        My ex wife was to be on that flight, one week to the day and hour later with her best friend so it had my attention back then. Wheres a little serendipity when you need it?

        There were multpile eye witness accounts, one from a fisherman pretty close to the scene that saw exactly what happened. Never a doubt in my mind.

        • smartman says:

          Flight 800 was shot down by a missle from a Navy sub. Art Bell was all over the story right after it happened.

          Many credible witnesses observed the surface/water to air missle rise up and strike the jet.

          Sub was out on a shakedown after repair and upgrade work done at the nearby Groton, CT. Naval Base. Was supposed to return within several days for tweaking, final sign offs and new deployment.

          Next thing you know 800 is shot down, sub gets sent to the Persian Gulf on “emergency” and is away for 120 days. Sub went into a news and communication blackout until it arrived in the Middle East. Refueling and reprovisioning were all done at sea. When crew were able to finally communicate with friends and family and put 2+2 together, they knew somebody f#cked up.

  4. cu_member says:

    A few bricks shy of a load
    The control system is up but the telemetry is not working.
    The train is running, but the engineer is asleep at the wheel.
    His antenna does not pick up all the channels.
    Not playing with a full deck
    Lights on, door open, no one at home

  5. glenn says:

    Agree with David on this one. NOTHING makes any sense about the Snowden story – least of all what the public has been told so far. And, if it doesn’t make sense, then there’s more to it than meets the eye.

  6. harley says:

    remember boys….1 million government workers had accessto this information…
    3 million subcontractors hadaccess to this information…so it could have
    been anyone reading this stuff …just happenedto be snowden.
    now…the real killer here is that the government is paying subs billions of dollars
    to do workthat otherwise would have been done”in house”.
    snowdenworked for a private contractor so hewaasn’t hiredby the
    government for theposition.
    lets look at the facts.
    1. whinery is a sucker for any.thing nuts. Remember 3 days before the
    election he predicted a landslide for Romney? so we know how gullibl
    e he is to something far out away from reality.
    2. these agencies have big jealousies among them…all you have to do is
    read stories or booksfrom former cia/fbi/military people and the lack
    of communication and the lack of working together has been horrible.
    Remember before 9/11 many of these agencies never talked or collaborated
    together and hence we got homeland security and a 100 billion dollars
    a year in expenses ……they hate each other…..seldom do they work together…
    its just been going on for years.
    3. information: everything you do on your computer is public….thru isp/
    details/writing/information …..thru hard drives….its all out there to be
    captured by someone who has the brains and equipment to intercept it
    and use it. Nothings secretanymore. This is jut part of the new world
    we dreamed of….we know everything..and they tell us that they only
    use this information for strategic purposes but now that this information
    is out there in public ……anyonecanget anything they want.
    get used to it boys…the technology to follow someone andtheir calls and
    emails has been around a long time.
    its public domain world now….and as long as the gov. used the information
    for tracking and stopping terrorists i’m allfor it. But comeon…we know that
    with 4 million americans having access to all this information its going to
    get in the wrong handsome of the time…
    the world has changed…get used to it…
    andas far as the flight documentary….I did follow that a little bit but
    just like every other conspiracy and theory (including climate change)
    it will be blown away the minute itcomes out.
    we know we’re being watched….we know things happen that we never
    know about….its just part of the ever changing world…..

  7. smartman says:

    J. Edgar Hoover wrote the book on using espionage for personal and political gain. The CIA and NSA are playing the same game in the VIP ROOM.

    The notion that these men and women do what they do in the name of public service, God and country, honor, code and integrity is bullsh#t.

    Information is knowledge. Knowledge is POWER! There is no known system that is hacker proof. Information security is the gerbil on the exercise wheel. Lots of miles traveled. No destination ever reached.

    You know that both the CIA and NSA have a complete history of Bill Clinton’s porn site visits. That, in the end may save us all.

  8. big brother says:

    great blog I’m a massive Big Bro fan from Sweden

  9. Snowden is a hero and a patriot in my book. We live in an age where the civil liberties our forefathers fought so hard for are being eroded by the day. Freedom of Press, Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Assembly are mere ghostly images of their original intent. We’ve woken up to an Orwellian Society of Fear where anyone is at the mercy of being labeled a terrorist for standing up for rights we took for granted just over a decade ago. Read about how we’re waging war against ourselves at http://dregstudiosart.blogspot.com/2011/09/living-in-society-of-fear-ten-years.html

    • the dude says:

      Let’s tone down the ‘hero’ aspect on this one. If this guy felt that what he was doing was right he should have stayed right here on American soil, lawyered up and defended his actions against the government. Instead he cut and ran and did not face the heat. Ellsberg stayed and faced the heat and is a verified hero. This Snowden kid needs to do the same.

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