Saturday, June 15, 2013

What would be reason TPTB used Edward Snowden as False Flag

This morning was wondering what would be reasons TPTB used for Edward Snowden actions being a False Flag. As his story/actions are so perfect (Refer Wolf's post below) the longer I think about the harder it is for me to believe that everything is what it seems. So if it is a False flag how are TPTB going to benefit.

First I think what is happening that "the powers that be" are fighting amongst themselves where one side controls NSA and the other the CIA.  Or its like what I wrote before is that TPTB have lost control of the organisations that they used before for their own means.

We are all human and with nature their are cycles of power and that is probably happening within TPTB. In my thinking the control of the CIA has been key tool for TPTB.

So this is what I think has happened TPTB have lost control of the organisation of the NSA who has acquired the ultimate power of people communication. As in all organisations the key to the power is the people and as majority of the people are contractors and this has also diluted their power. As key is not having people knowing that they are working for you but creating a culture that matches your aims, if the culture is to books as much profits as possible than it is harder to meet objectives that are outside the normal procedures.

David Petraeus losing his job at CIA smells of information retrieved by NSA. So plan was put in motion to discredit the credibility of NSA and main contractors that are not controlled by the CIA wing of TPTB. So three birds in one stone NSA, Contractors and Booze Allen. So far this plan seems to be working.  Like what could be the worse collateral damage from this exercise?

I am happy taking the blue pill so why has the actions of Edward Snowden woke me up, probably because I believe in his message and find its important that there becomes trust in organisations and people again for society to work effectively and the idea of a power made up of people knowing everything you do is not a good recipe for that to happen.

Which brings me to the question of do I care if Edward Snowden is a false flag? So far not really but writing about this is really giving me clarity of the situation. But what for?

Naomi Wolf Reasoning

a) He is super-organized, for a whistleblower,  in terms of what candidates, the White House, the State Dept. et al call ‘message discipline.’ He insisted on publishing  a power point in the newspapers that ran his initial revelations. I gather that he arranged for a talented filmmaker to shoot the Greenwald interview. These two steps — which are evidence of great media training, really ‘PR 101″ — are virtually never done (to my great distress) by other whistleblowers, or by progressive activists involved in breaking news, or by real courageous people who are under stress and getting the word out. They are always done, though, by high-level political surrogates. 

b) In the Greenwald video interview, I was concerned about the way Snowden conveys his message. He is not struggling for words, or thinking hard, as even bright, articulate whistleblowers under stress will do. Rather he appears to be transmitting whole paragraphs smoothly, without stumbling. To me this reads as someone who has learned his talking points — again the way that political campaigns train surrogates to transmit talking points. 

c) He keeps saying things like, “If you are a journalist and they think you are the transmission point of this info, they will certainly kill you.” Or: “I fully expect to be prosecuted under the Espionage Act.” He also keeps stressing what he will lose: his $200,000 salary, his girlfriend, his house in Hawaii. These are the kinds of messages that the police state would LIKE journalists to take away; a real whistleblower also does not put out potential legal penalties as options, and almost always by this point has a lawyer by his/her side who would PROHIBIT him/her from saying, ‘come get me under the Espionage Act.” Finally in my experience, real whistleblowers are completely focused on their act of public service and trying to manage the jeopardy to themselves and their loved ones; they don’t tend ever to call attention to their own self-sacrifice. That is why they are heroes, among other reasons. But a police state would like us all to think about everything we would lose by standing up against it. 

d) It is actually in the Police State’s interest to let everyone know that everything you write or say everywhere is being surveilled, and that awful things happen to people who challenge this. Which is why I am not surprised that now he is on UK no-fly lists – I assume the end of this story is that we will all have a lesson in terrible things that happen to whistleblowers. That could be because he is a real guy who gets in trouble; but it would be as useful to the police state if he is a fake guy who gets in ‘trouble.’ 

e) In stories that intelligence services are advancing (I would call the prostitutes-with-the-secret-service such a story), there are great sexy or sex-related mediagenic visuals that keep being dropped in, to keep media focus on the issue. That very pretty pole-dancing Facebooking girlfriend who appeared for, well, no reason in the media coverage…and who keeps leaking commentary, so her picture can be recycled in the press…really, she happens to pole-dance? Dan Ellsberg’s wife was and is very beautiful and doubtless a good dancer but somehow she took a statelier role as his news story unfolded…

f) Snowden is in Hong Kong, which has close ties to the UK, which has done the US’s bidding with other famous leakers such as Assange. So really there are MANY other countries that he would be less likely to be handed over from…

g) Media reports said he had vanished at one point to ‘an undisclosed location’ or ‘a safe house.’ Come on. There is no such thing. Unless you are with the one organization that can still get off the surveillance grid, because that org created it. 

h) I was at dinner last night to celebrate the brave and heroic Michael Ratner of the Center for Constitutional Rights. Several of Assange’s also brave and talented legal team were there, and I remembered them from when I had met with Assange. These attorneys are present at every moment when Assange meets the press — when I met with him off the record last Fall in the Ecuadoran embassy, his counsel was present the whole time, listening and stepping in when necessary. 


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