From: e-War Alpha | To: The resistance / The general public | December 2, 2013
In addition to what has already been reported about Snowden, Assange and 9/11, it is important now to point out one of the methods that is being applied to complete that covert agenda.
People in the resistance already know it for a long time but for a large part of the general public it’s not clear yet what has been happening in the last 12 years.
The by government officials and corporate rats staged attacks on 9/11 has provided a FALSE EXCUSE to start “the war on terror,” in the same way is the “leaking of secret information” by Snowden and Assange providing a FALSE EXCUSE to limit free speech and to censor the alternative and even the mainstream press.
All three cases are being cited as reasons why society should need more security measures, more surveillance and less freedom. This is not only wrong and a bunch of lies, it also provides corrupt members of the government(s) and (financial) corporations with more powers to suppress the people without being held accountable for the resulting crimes and abuses. Furthermore, these institutions are wrongfully being treated like saviors while certain individuals in their ranks are the ones who plan, fund and execute the real terror in this world and who are therefore responsible for the destabilization of society. But that was exactly the plan all along.
Here’s how you can easily recognize this trend of creating a problem and then offering solutions. It’s the same tactic over and over again. Snowden, Assange, 9/11, Boston marathon, Benghazi [1, 2], Fukushima, … the list goes on and on. They literally recycle the same template:
Britain Targets Guardian Newspaper over Intelligence Leaks Related to Edward Snowden – Washington Post, November 30, 2013
- The Guardian’s top editor, Alan Rusbridger, is being forced to appear before a parliamentary committee Tuesday to explain the news outlet’s actions.
- Rusbridger said, he agreed to the government’s request for two reasons. First, because copies of the data were already being safely kept outside Britain, and secondly, because government officials had implied that they would take far more drastic action against the paper if he did not comply.“Some of this behavior is clearly designed to be intimidatory and/or chilling,” Rusbridger said in an e-mail.
- In October, Cameron, a Conservative, took a thinly veiled swipe at the left-leaning Guardian: “I will back the work [security services] do and I will criticize those that make public some of the techniques they use because that is helping our enemies.”
- U.S. intelligence officials have said publicly that the disclosures endanger national security, and the head of the National Security Agency, Gen. Keith B. Alexander, has said the federal government needs to a find a way to stop them. “We ought to come up with a way of stopping it. I don’t know how to do that. That’s more of the courts and the policymakers, but, from my perspective, it’s wrong to allow this to go on”
- “Some people, especially in the U.K., would like newspapers to be gagged or prosecuted,” Rusbridger said. “But be careful what you wish for. Kick newspapers by all means, but, without them, be prepared for something much worse.”
First “the problem” is created by ALLOWING [1, 2] data to be “leaked.” Then, as a solution, it is being proposed that more freedom should be taken away. But the public must ask for it themselves of course.
“NSA? CIA? These guys live for high-level bullshit. They get down on their knees and worship it. They fall into a suicidal funk if they aren’t lying on at least three or four levels at once.” – Jon Rappoport
Failing to recognize this trend and the lies will come at a price, which can be explained with less than 3 minutes of video material.
Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4rBDUJTnNU