———— George Orwell —- 1984

Edward Snowden NSA Whistleblower

Edward Snowden NSA Whistleblower

He’s the ultimate NSA whistleblower – Edward Snowden, age 29.  What would make this brilliant and gifted young man sacrifice his “job” as well as potentially sever all ties to home, family, and loved ones and risk assassination or a prison sentence by becoming a “whistleblower”?   Words like “heroic” and “love of freedom over self” somehow do not quite adequately fit the bill, but they come close.

This is much more than a story about one courageous young American.  It is a story about America’s Bill of Rights on the ropes.  It is a story that gives incredible credence to the warnings of Christian Patriots like yours truly – who has for over a decade screamed warnings about the NSA and CIA’s agenda AGAINST Christian Americans and personal freedom that millions have died for.   It is a story about Lies and Deception at the highest levels of the U.S. “Government”.   In short, it is a clarion wake-up call of the highest order.

Here is Edward Snowden’s personal interview from Hong Kong with the U.K.’s GUARDIAN Newspaper, with my personal comments added.    Keep in mind that the only “media outlet” that Snowden could apparently trust with this info is a newspaper from the United Kingdom – and NOT one from the U.S.   That, I submit, also speaks volumes.


Q: Why did you decide to become a whistleblower?

A: “The NSA has built an infrastructure that allows it to intercept almost everything. With this capability, the vast majority of human communications are automatically ingested without targeting. If I wanted to see your emails or your wife’s phone, all I have to do is use intercepts. I can get your emails, passwords, phone records, credit cards.

“I don’t want to live in a society that does these sort of things … I do not want to live in a world where everything I do and say is recorded. That is not something I am willing to support or live under.”    In other words, he simply got fed up with the hypocrisy and lies – and drew his own line in the proverbial sand. -Ott

Q: But isn’t there a need for surveillance to try to reduce the chances of terrorist attacks such as Boston?

A: “We have to decide why terrorism is a new threat. There has always been terrorism. Boston was a criminal act. It was not about surveillance but good, old-fashioned police work. The police are very good at what they do.”    No – it was, like Sandy Hook and 9-11 – a most heinous “false-flag” event — Ott.

Q: Do you see yourself as another Bradley Manning?

A: “Manning was a classic whistleblower. He was inspired by the public good.”

Q: Do you think what you have done is a crime?

A: “We have seen enough criminality on the part of government. It is hypocritical to make this allegation against me. They have narrowed the public sphere of influence.”

Q: What do you think is going to happen to you?

A: “Nothing good.”

Q: Why Hong Kong?

A: “I think it is really tragic that an American has to move to a place that has a reputation for less freedom. Still, Hong Kong has a reputation for freedom in spite of the People’s Republic of China. It has a strong tradition of free speech.”

Q: What do the leaked documents reveal?

A: “That the NSA routinely lies in response to congressional inquiries about the scope of surveillance in America. I believe that when [senator Ron] Wyden and [senator Mark] Udall asked about the scale of this, they [the NSA] said it did not have the tools to provide an answer. We do have the tools and I have maps showing where people have been scrutinised most. We collect more digital communications from America than we do from the Russians.”     And this “scope” is about to be expanded exponentially with the opening of the massive NSA “Data Collection Center” in Utah this fall???  And Americans shouldn’t be concerned about this??  —— Ott

Q: What about the Obama administration‘s protests about hacking by China?

A: “We hack everyone everywhere. We like to make a distinction between us and the others. But we are in almost every country in the world. We are not at war with these countries.”    The NSA wrote the book about “hacking”.  Remember the MAD Magazine “Spy v. Spy” comic?  The NSA and CIA constantly Hack the Hackers ad nauseum.  —— Ott

Q: Is it possible to put security in place to protect against state surveillance?

A: “You are not even aware of what is possible. The extent of their capabilities is horrifying. We can plant bugs in machines. Once you go on the network, I can identify your machine. You will never be safe whatever protections you put in place.”    This declaration is incredibly sobering.  Nanotech TRANSHUMANISM is their Godless Agenda —— Ott

Q: Does your family know you are planning this?

A: “No. My family does not know what is happening … My primary fear is that they will come after my family, my friends, my partner. Anyone I have a relationship with …

I will have to live with that for the rest of my life. I am not going to be able to communicate with them. They [the authorities] will act aggressively against anyone who has known me. That keeps me up at night.”     Welcome to the world of NSA and CIA –  where America is no longer the Land of the Free – rather, the Home of the Knave.   ——- Ott

Q: When did you decide to leak the documents?

A: “You see things that may be disturbing. When you see everything you realise that some of these things are abusive. The awareness of wrong-doing builds up. There was not one morning when I woke up [and decided this is it]. It was a natural process.

“A lot of people in 2008 voted for Obama. I did not vote for him. I voted for a third party. But I believed in Obama’s promises. I was going to disclose it [but waited because of his election]. He continued with the policies of his predecessor.”

Q: What is your reaction to Obama denouncing the leaks on Friday while welcoming a debate on the balance between security and openness?

A: “My immediate reaction was he was having difficulty in defending it himself. He was trying to defend the unjustifiable and he knew it.”

Q: What about the response in general to the disclosures?

A: “I have been surprised and pleased to see the public has reacted so strongly in defence of these rights that are being suppressed in the name of security. It is not like Occupy Wall Street but there is a grassroots movement to take to the streets on July 4 in defence of the Fourth Amendment called Restore The Fourth Amendment and it grew out of Reddit. The response over the internet has been huge and supportive.”

Q: Washington-based foreign affairs analyst Steve Clemons said he overheard at the capital’s Dulles airport four men discussing an intelligence conference they had just attended. Speaking about the leaks, one of them said, according to Clemons, that both the reporter and leaker should be “disappeared”. How do you feel about that?

A: “Someone responding to the story said ‘real spies do not speak like that’. Well, I am a spy and that is how they talk. Whenever we had a debate in the office on how to handle crimes, they do not defend due process – they defend decisive action. They say it is better to kick someone out of a plane than let these people have a day in court. It is an authoritarian mindset in general.”    Keep in mind that the vast majority of NSA decision-makers at the top are MORMONS – taking directions from Mormon GURU Brent Scowcroft.   This is exactly the modus operandi of Mormonism’s uber-secret “Council of 50” set in place by Mormon founder Joseph Smith in 1842 Nauvoo.    It was called BLOOD ATONEMENT then – but it is cold blooded murder in any other language.  ——- Ott  

Q: Do you have a plan in place?

A: “The only thing I can do is sit here and hope the Hong Kong government does not deport me … My predisposition is to seek asylum in a country with shared values. The nation that most encompasses this is Iceland. They stood up for people over internet freedom. I have no idea what my future is going to be.

“They could put out an Interpol note. But I don’t think I have committed a crime outside the domain of the US. I think it will be clearly shown to be political in nature.”     Crime is relative to the NSA — TRUTH is criminal. —– Ott

Q: Do you think you are probably going to end up in prison?

A: “I could not do this without accepting the risk of prison. You can’t come up against the world’s most powerful intelligence agencies and not accept the risk. If they want to get you, over time they will.”

Q: How to you feel now, almost a week after the first leak?

A: “I think the sense of outrage that has been expressed is justified. It has given me hope that, no matter what happens to me, the outcome will be positive for America. I do not expect to see home again, though that is what I want.”