Posted on 25 July 2013.
“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized”—Fourth Amendment
We have already seen over and over that the NSA’s covert operation stemmed from the Israelis—and most probably from the Mossad. Yet even after it has been shown that the NSA violated basic human rights and civil liberties, the government continues to spy on you:
“A secret U.S. intelligence court renewed an order Friday to continue forcing Verizon Communications to turn over hundreds of millions of telephone records to the government each day in its search for foreign terror or espionage suspects.
“Other major U.S. telephone carriers are similarly ordered to give records of their customers’ calls to the NSA, which also is able to reach into the data streams of U.S. companies such as Yahoo, Facebook Inc., Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and others, and grab emails, video chats, pictures and more.”
The British newspaper The Independent has recently pointed out that Google has a major project that will be implemented in the future. This project is quite congruent with the NSA’s spying program.
Google’s “goal is to insert a chip inside your head for the most effortless search engine imaginable. Some will find this prospect exciting. Others might want to call for Dick Tracy. The first stage of this new level of intimacy is Google Glass…”
And when companies such as Google, Apple, Facebook, among others, get caught by people like Snowden, they want to start “sending” the government letters asking for disclosure. Why they didn’t do this long before Snowden exposed them is beyond my comprehension. Are they implicitly saying that they signed contracts with the government and they never knew what those contracts encompassed? Smart people who operate worldwide companies like Google and Apple did not know what the government was doing? And we are supposed to believe this? How stupid can it be?
But director of the National Security Agency Keith Alexander complicates things a little when he said that those companies “don’t have a choice. Court order, they have to do this.” The court “approves 99% of government requests for surveillance…”
At the same time, the New York Times tells us the “NSA imposes rules to protect secret data stored on its networks.” Another article states that “in secret, court vastly broadens powers of NSA.”
That always comes with the pathetic rationalization that the government is fighting against terrorism.Yet according to the State Department itself, only 10 Americans were killed by terrorism in 2012, and not one of those incidents happened in the U.S.!
More bad news: 9 out of 10 of those Americans were killed in Afghanistan, where Obama has been dropping drones in civilian populated areas! Does it really take a genius to see that the so-called counter-terrorism business has really no legitimate reason to exist?
The NSA and the Zionist establishment create terrorism and tell the American people that they are fighting terrorism. Recently the Washington Post has stated that the “U.S. military drone surveillance is expanding to hot spots beyond declared combat zones.”
Last March, a poll conducted by the University of Minnesota showed that the vast majority of the American people do not want to be killed by drones. The New Yorker stated,
“The poll, which has a margin of error of plus or minus five percentage points, showed that ninety-seven per cent of those surveyed ‘strongly agreed’ with the statement, ‘I personally do not want to be killed by a drone,’ with three per cent responding, ‘Don’t know/No opinion.’”
It has been indicated that U.S. drones have killed 80 percent civilians in Pakistan. There’s more:
“A study at Stanford and New York University titled ‘Living Under Drones’ claimed that only two percent of drone strike casualties in Pakistan are top militants, and that the large number of related civilian deaths turn Pakistanis against the US.”
The vast majority of Americans do not want to be killed by drones in the U.S., but the vast majority of Americans have not really made their voice heard about the U.S. killing children and innocent people in places like Pakistan.
Since the Zionist gangsters have already convinced the American people that they are dropping drones in the name of fighting terrorism, “most Americans approve of foreign drone strikes.”
Yet when it was announced that Obama was trying to gain power to use drone strikes to kill Americans on U.S. soil, the vast majority of Americans basically say that the government has no right to do so, despite the fact that Eric Holder pathetically tried to argue that drone strike on U.S. soil would be legal.
In a small town called Deer Trail, Colorado, people were even “considering a measure that would allow its residents to hunt for federal drones and shoot them down.” One resident, Phillip Steel, told CNN: “Is it illegal? Of course it is. But it’s also illegal to spy on American citizens.”
What is even more laughable is that somehow we cannot figure out why people in Pakistan hate us! You kill hundreds upon hundreds of their children and then you expect them to love you! The Zionists have locked the American people into this kind of matrix for far too long.
As John Glaser rightly points out,
“Instead of tormenting Afghans in a military occupation that costs more than $120 billion per year; instead of empowering the NSA to snuff out the Fourth Amendment and collect and store the communications of all Americans; instead of wasting almost $1 trillion annually on defense spending mostly as a wealth transfer to rent-seeking corporations; instead of granting the president the kingly power to assassinate anyone, anywhere, at any time – maybe we just shouldn’t go to the above-mentioned countries. Then our terrorism casualty rate will be zero.”
According to the NSA’s weltanschauung, terrorism is in the entire world and the job of the United States is to monitor virtually everyone on this planet! If this is too radical, listen to the Atlantic:
“As an aside during testimony on Capitol Hill today, a National Security Agency representative rather casually indicated that the government looks at data from a universe of far, far more people than previously indicated.”
By spying on millions of Americans, what NSA agents end up implicitly saying is that every American is a suspected terrorist! What’s even more interesting, “a single NSA wiretap could lead to snooping on ‘2.5 million Americans.”
Here’s how it works, “when the NSA requests justification for tapping a “suspected terrorist,” they can also tap that suspect’s contacts, then their contacts, and the contacts of their contacts.”
This is called a “three-hop analysis.” Geoffrey Ingersoll of Business Insider writes,
“Theoretically, at that rate it would take tapping only about 150 suspected terrorists could cover the entire population of the United States.”
The United States government, under the leadership of the Israelis, surely believes that there are more than 150 terrorists in the United States. In other words, the Zionist regime will continue to spy on virtually every single American.
We have certainly reached an intolerable situation. The United States gives Israel at least $3 billion every year, and they obviously use that money to build a spying operation to snoop on Americans! Moreover, they have propagated the lie that they were spying on Americans to protect lives.
In the process, 66 percent of Americans ended up believing that “the Obama administration was right to gather and analyze information from major internet companies to help locate suspected terrorists.” Not only that, Army General Keith Alexander, “the world’s largest intelligence agency,” who also lied about the NSA and who obviously is an indirect Israeli shill, wants to control virtually every activity that goes on the Internet. Business Insider reported,
“In his telling, the threat is so mind-bogglingly huge that the nation has little option but to eventually put the entire civilian Internet under his protection, requiring tweets and emails to pass through his filters, and putting the kill switch under the government’s forefinger.
“‘What we see is an increasing level of activity on the networks,’ he said at a recent security conference in Canada. ‘I am concerned that this is going to break a threshold where the private sector can no longer handle it and the government is going to have to step in.’”
The article moves on to say, “Alexander has asked for nearly $4.7 billion in additional funding in 2014 alone to further bolster the United States’ ‘cyberspace operations.’ At the same time, Detroit plans to cut pensions because they do not have enough funding.
“Detroit’s pension shortfall accounts for about $3.5 billion of the $18 billion in debts that led the city to file for bankruptcy last week. How it handles this problem — of not enough money set aside to pay the pensions it has promised its workers — is being closely watched by other cities with fiscal troubles. Kevyn D. Orr, the city’s emergency manager, has called for “significant cuts” to the pensions of current retirees”
You work for your entire life and try to support your family. Now you are retired. How would you like to know that you pensions are going to get cut? How would you like to know that your money is indirectly supporting covert operations which are linked to the Israeli Mossad?
Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan said of those retirees, “You’ve got to have great empathy for them. These are hard-working people that are in retirement now — they’re on fixed incomes, most of them — and you look at this and say, ‘This is a very difficult situation…’ It’s not about just putting more money in a situation. It’s about better services to citizens again. It’s about accountable government.”
Fasten your seatbelt, for it gets worse. The Post-Gazette reported back in 2008:
“Over the past seven years more than 1.5 million American troops have served in Afghanistan and Iraq. These men and women have served their nation with honor and distinction. Yet, there is growing evidence that our nation is failing to properly treat hundreds of thousands returning combat veterans, many of whom may end up homeless and on our streets.
“Faced with unforeseeable and anonymous threats in the forms of improvised explosive devices and car bombs, our combat troops today are subject to prolonged psychological stress different from previous conflicts. It should not be surprising to anyone that the costs of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars will continue for years to come.
“Unfortunately, our nation has not faced up to the needs of our returning troops and there is a looming crisis of homelessness among veterans.
“A recent study of soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan conducted by a respected, independent research organization found that roughly 300,000 of our returning troops suffer from post traumatic stress disorder or severe depression.
“Shockingly, only half of our nation’s Veterans Affairs medical centers currently offer PTSD counseling and six of seven surveyed cannot handle their current case load.
“On any given night, 200,000 veterans, including 3,000 who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, are living on the streets of our nation. At some point during this coming year, 400,000 men and women who served this nation in uniform will experience homelessness. Approximately one of four homeless men are veterans, making veterans seven times more likely to be homeless than their civilian counterparts.”
How can the United States continue to give billions of dollars to Israel while our precious citizens and decent veterans are begging for bread on the streets? How can the Israelis continue to snoop on us while we make them rich?
If this is not diabolical in its metaphysical sense, then nothing is. In a nutshell, this Mephistophelian system is already beginning to lead the average American into a state of literal servitude:
“Retired city workers, police officers and 911 operators said in interviews that the promise of reliable retirement income had helped draw them to work for the City of Detroit in the first place, even if they sometimes had to accept smaller salaries or work nights or weekends.”
Samsung and the CIA
With respect to monitoring the entire world, some interesting things are happening with South Korea’s biggest cell phone company, Samsung:
“Samsung is close to signing a deal to sell its popular line of Galaxy devices to the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, sources familiar with the situation said on Friday.
“The deal would be a boost for Samsung, which is increasingly seeking to cater to the needs of government agencies, a niche long dominated by Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd.”
This is quite congruent with the nefarious plan that the Zionist regime is trying to control the entire world. We have already seen in two previous articles that the NSA is the grandchild of the Israelis. In their Mephistophelian goal to police virtually all the major countries in the world, The NSA has worked with illegitimate children such as Google, Yahoo, etc.
As we saw in another article, Germany has fallen into the same trap. Der Spiegel declared that Germany, since 2012 and probably beyond that period, was willing “to take risks and to pursue new opportunities for cooperation with the US.” And anyone who deviates from the Zionist plan will get squashed:
“US Secretary of State John Kerry has reportedly promised his Venezuelan counterpart to close NATO airspace to the country’s flights and stop crucial oil product deliveries if Caracas grants asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden.”
Edward Snowden: Whistleblower or Traitor?
A good case can be made that Snowden is protected by international law.
“The UN High Commissioner for Refugees’ Handbook on Procedures and Criteria for Determining Refugee Status under the UN Convention states that a crime should be considered political if ‘it has been committed out of genuine political motives and not merely for personal reasons or gain’ and there is ‘a close and direct causal link between the crime committed and its alleged political purpose and object.’”
Snowden has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Stefan Svallfors, a Swedish sociology professor , wrote a letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee praising Snowden for his “heroic effort at great personal cost.”
Snowden’s bold courage, Svallfors continues, shows that “individuals can stand up for fundamental rights and freedoms. This example is important because since the Nuremberg trials in 1945 has been clear that the slogan ‘I was just following orders’ is never claimed as an excuse for acts contrary to human rights and freedoms,”
Svallfors moves on to say that honoring Snowden with the Prize would “help to save the Nobel Peace Prize from the disrepute incurred by the hasty and ill-conceived decision to award US President Barack Obama 2009 award.”
A valid point. Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize prematurely. Within a few months of his presidency, he started dropping drones in civilian populated areas.
Many people have said that it is very unlikely that Snowden will get a Nobel Prize. “The head of the International Committee of the Russian State Duma Aleksey Pushkov has also argued that the US won’t let Nobel Peace Prize go to Snowden. ‘Not in a million years will the United States allow Snowden to get the Peace Prize. But his nomination is significant. Many in the West see him as a champion of democracy,’ he tweeted on Monday.”
What Pushkov is indirectly and implicitly saying is that much of the world would have liked to award Snowden with the Prize, but the Zionist regime will not allow that to happen.
I agree with former CIA officer Philip Giraldi that Edward Snowden is not a traitor. Even Sarah Palin, one of Zionism’s cheerleaders and noisemakers, declared that Snowden is not the real problem—it is “Orwellian” state that is the problem. What Palin did not tell her listeners was that this “Orwellian” state was fully at work during the Bush administration. Listen to this:
“Months after the Sept. 11 attacks, President Bush secretly authorized the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on Americans and others inside the United States to search for evidence of terrorist activity without the court-approved warrants ordinarily required for domestic spying, according to government officials.
“Under a presidential order signed in 2002, the intelligence agency has monitored the international telephone calls and international e-mail messages of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people inside the United States without warrants over the past three years in an effort to track possible ‘dirty numbers’ linked to Al Qaeda, the officials said….
“While many details about the program remain secret, officials familiar with it say the N.S.A. eavesdrops without warrants on up to 500 people in the United States at any given time. The list changes as some names are added and others dropped, so the number monitored in this country may have reached into the thousands since the program began, several officials said. Overseas, about 5,000 to 7,000 people suspected of terrorist ties are monitored at one time, according to those officials.”
We have already seen that spying on nearly 150 people can ultimately lead to spying on virtually American. In other words, there is no difference between Obama and Bush.
The simple question is this: why didn’t Palin say something about Bush’s covert operation? Bush’s spying machine was known to virtually every elected politician. In 2003, the New York Timespublished an article entitled, “Big Brother Is Tracking You. Without Warrant.”
Bill O’Reilly, like Palin, wants us to believe that he was not aware of Bush’s covert operation. When Snowden began to expose the NSA, Reilly rightly declared that
“‘somebody’s got to be prosecuted’ if the National Security Agency is monitoring email content. ‘This PRISM program should be shut down immediately. If it’s not, a class action suit should be filed and the Supreme Court should hear it as quickly as it can. You can’t just seize everything and say you’re doing so to try and root out terrorism. You have to have probable cause to violate the privacy of Americans.’”
Reilly moved on to cite the Fourth Amendment in his defense.
I am in complete agreement with Reilly here, but is Reilly really that blind? Does he mean to tell us that he knew nothing about the NSA until Snowden deconstructed the Zionist Kingdom?
The answer lies in the fact that both Palin and Reilly, like Obama, are Zionist puppets. Reilly knows too well that the moment he mentions Israel as the culprit behind the NSA, his job as a loud-mouthed TV host and political commentator on Fox News would be over.
“Let’s put a smile on that face”
In 2008, Palin met former Israeli president Shimon Perez, whom she called “my old friend.” After a warm handshake, Palin quickly got to the point:
“I wanted to meet you for many years. The only flag at my office is an Israeli flag, and I want you to know and I want Israelis to know that I am a friend.”
Jewish Republicans declared at the time that having the Israeli flag in her own office helped Palin a great deal. Matt Brooks, executive director of the Republican Jewish Coalition, declared then,
“I think it is extremely telling that if you are looking to get some insights into how people think, we came across a video of an interview that was done in Alaska, some sort of outdoors program. Some guy interviewing her as she was climbing up glaciers or something like that.
“Part of the interview took place in the governor’s office in Juneau. What was really telling is that in one point in the interview there was a close up of her and you can see over her shoulder there was a flag of Israel in her window.
“I can assure all of you that is not done to appease the extraordinarily large Jewish community in Juneau. The fact that she has chosen to keep a flag of Israel on her wall tells her she has Israel in her heart.”
In other words, Palin got hired as Alaska’s governor, but ideologically she didn’t really have America or the American people in her heart. Her heart belonged to Israel, despite the fact that the state of Alaska only has a tiny Jewish population. Her words bear repeating: “The only flag at my office is an Israeli flag.”
Dick Cheney and the NSA
Dick Cheney has come out and supported the NSA program. Cheney also said that Snowden is a traitor.
“The pen is truly mightier than the sword”
Perhaps Palin and O’Reilly, if they are really serious, need to tell Cheney to shut up. If they cannot do that, then it is just another piece of evidence that shows that both the Republican and the Democratic parties are two sides of the same coin when it comes to protecting their Israeli bosses and spying on Americans.
Some republicans are infuriated about the NSA program, but they are not brave enough to say that the Israelis are behind the program. Those people are simply forgetting a basic principle: you cannot talk about King Kong without the monkey!
My message to Snowden is simply this: hang in there. You may lose your life in the end, but you have shown the entire world that the Zionist matrix is just a scam. People of reason and of courage are supporting you!
To people of reason: it must be reiterated that the West is outnumbered by the Zionist power, but that is no reason to despair. People of reason should continue to proclaim truth, no matter what the cost, and one day the Zionist power will crumble.
Snowden first recruited Glenn Greenwald of the Guardian, and Greenwald is on the brink of publishing more revelation about the NSA. Greenwald will be writing a book on Snowden and the NSA, and I am sure that it will be a great read.
Like Snowden, Greenwald feels that his life is threatened. He declared that he felt “threatened in the sense that there are very prominent American politicians and even American journalists who have called for my arrest, who have called me a criminal. There’s a very robust CIA presence where I work, in Rio de Janeiro.”
Light in the Zionist Shadow
Recently, it was quite interesting to read CNN itself saying that Netanyahu has been lying to the West for the past 20 years about Iran’s nuclear program. At one point in the article, it stated that “Mr. Netanyahu badly needs a new set of talking points.”
Some commentators wrote of the same article: “The threat Israel poses to the world is unique”; “There is no question Israel poses the biggest threat to peace, fully accepted by all.”
If CNN can bring itself to say something like that, what will it take for the vast majority of the American people to wake up from the Zionist dream?
 Ian Burrell, “Inside Google HQ: What Does the Future Hold for the Company Whose Visionary Plans Include Implanting a Chip in our Brains?,” The Independent, July 20, 2013.
 Spencer Ackerman, “NSA Warned to Rein in Surveillance as Agency Reveals Even Greater Scope,”Guardian, July 18, 2013.
 David E. Sanger and Eric Schmitt, “N.S.A. Imposes Rules to Protect Secret Data Stored on Its Networks,”NY Times, July 18, 2013.
 Eric Lichtblau, “In Secret, Court Vastly Broadens Powers of NSA,” NY Times, July 6, 2013.
 Craig Whitlock, “U.S. Military Drone Surveillance Is Expanding to Hot Spots Beyond Declared Combat Zones,” Washington Post, July 20, 2013.
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 “Drone Poll Finds Opposition to Use Against American Citizens in U.S., Even to Stop a Terrorist Attack,”Huffington Post, March 8, 2013; Jason Koebler, “Drone Strikes on American Citizens Banned in New Defense Bill Amendment,” U.S. News and World Report, June 17, 2013.
 Ryan J. Reilly, “Eric Holder: Drone Strike to Kill U.s. Citizen on American Soil Legal, Hypothetically,”Huffington Post, March 5, 2013.
 Natalia Perez-Segnini, “Colorado Town Residents: It’s A Bird, It’s A Plane…No, It’s A Drone—Shoot It!,”CNN, July 19, 2013.
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 Philip Bump, “The NSA Admits It Analyzes More People’s Data Than Previously Revealed,” Atlantic, July 17, 2013.
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 Kyle Russell, “The Director of the NSA Wants the Internet Under His Control,” Business Insider, June 13, 2013.
 Steven Yaccino and Michael Cooper, “Cries of Betrayal as Detroit Plans to Cut Pensions,” NY Times, July 21, 2013.
 Brian Hampton, “Too Many Veterans Are Living on the Streets,” Post-Gazette, April 29, 2008.
 “Samsung Close to Mobile-Device Deal with FBI-Sources,” CNBC, July 20, 2013; See also Will Connors, “Samsung Nears Deals With 2 U.S. Agencies,” Wall Street Journal, July 18, 2013.
 “‘Prolific Partner’: German Intelligence Used NSA Spy Program,” Spiegel International, July 20, 2013.
 “Kerry Vows to Put the Screws to Venezuela Over Snowden—Report,” Russia Today, July 19, 2013.
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 Philip Giraldi, “Edward Snowden Is No Traitor,” American Conservative, July 16, 2013.
 Cheryl K. Chumley, “Sarah Palin: NSA Leaker Edward Snowden Is Not the Real Problem,” Washington Times, June 17, 2013.
 James Risen and Eric Lichtblau, “Bush Lets U.S. Spy on Callers Without Courts,” NY Times, December 16, 2005.
 James Bamford, “Big Brother Is Tracking You. Without Warrant,” NY Times, May 18, 2003.
 Hadas Gold, “Bill O’Reilly: Edward Snowden ‘Great for Ratings,’” Politico, June 11, 2013.
 Quoted in “Palin: ‘Only Flag In My Office’ Is Israeli,” NY Sun, September 26, 2008.
 Quoted in Sam Stein, “GOP Jews Defends Palin: She Has An Israeli Flag!,” Huffington Post, October 3, 2008.
 Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, “Republicans Say Palin’s Israeli Flag Says It All,” Israelnationalnews.com, September 2, 2008.
 Ken Walsh, “Dick Cheney, Others Defend NSA Surveillance Program,” U.S. News and World Report, June 16, 2013.
 “Dick Cheney: Edward Snowden Is A ‘Traitor’ And Possibly A Chinese Spy,” Huffington Post, June 16, 2013.
 Dashiell Bennett, “Glenn Greenwald Will Write a Book on Snowden and the NSA,” Atlantic, July 18, 2013.
 “Greenwald: ‘Explosive’ NSA Spying Reports Are Imminent,” Spiegel International, July 19, 2013.
 Gary Sick, “Netanyahu’s Crying Wolf on Iran,” CNN, July 18, 2013.