NSA-Snowden Scandal:No Winners among Deceivers
My friends and I believe that former US intelligence analyst Ed Snowden is another special ops conspiracy aiming to discredit the National Security Agency (NSA) so thatpeople are kept off the scent of yet another malicious cloak-and-dagger agency. Thesecrets that he carried with him and the words that he’s programmed to speak – allthese are set up and calculated to raise his status among the anonymous (portray himas a concerned American) so that when he starts blasting against the establishmentpeople will see a hero in him. Snowden finally has everything it takes to render himcredible.By now every head of state of any country that holds grudges against the United Statesworld is eager to hear from him, offering him help, watching every move he makes,awaiting for the most explosive revelation against a monolithic monster under thePOTUS – president of the United States. Russia’s Vladimir Putin, Ecuador’s RafaelCorrea, and Wen Jiabao of China retain a soft spot for Snowden’s cause; they maycash in on future revelations at the expense of undermining the internationalascendancy of Washington and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).Now it looks like one agency wants a competing agency demolished at the expense of so many institutions and names, notwithstanding companies and politicians. Might thisbe another fatal mistake? Inner wrangling in intelligence communities has seenofficialdom trying to catch each other’s throat and whistle blowers only made mattersworse. The spooks and their methods may end up bringing the entire house down intheir attempt to repair the roof.We think it is about time for POTUS to wield the whip and strike everyone into line – toethe official White House line! Washington’s allies in Manila, Tokyo, Melbourne, KualaLumpur, Bangkok, and Singapore are affected, too.