This blog is dedicated to the memory of David Weintraub, who took on insidious astroturfers and won.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

We're just getting started

 It's been a giddy run for Church of Snowden members. PBS is currently showing their exceptional United States of Secrets. Watch it here before it is pulled. Snowden was also featured on NBC News. The bottom line is that Snowden was in that fourth tier of power, up to the Thomas Drake line. These are basically whistle blowers with membership in Good Guy NSA.

The beauty of Snowden is that his story adds up 100%. He has sacrificed his own life in order to completely own the NSA. Because of Edward "Jesus" Snowden, we now own them. They are our bitches. The beauty of the PBS movie is that they make it clear Edward Snowden is a great man. They might not hint like myself, that he is perhaps an incarnation of Jesus Christ, but they come very darn close!

The photo at the top of this entry is a screenshot from Snowden's finale: naming victims of surveillance. The full article is already gone. They want your money, if you want to read it entirely. However, it is clear from a quick socratisation that Greenie told the London Sunday Times there will be a big reveal of Americans targeted by the NSA. I just tweeted the dude who wrote the story asking if he knows when that might be published by The Intercept. This is what's left at the original link:

THE man who helped bring about the most significant leak in American intelligence history is to reveal names of US citizens targeted by their government in what he promises will be the “biggest” revelation from nearly 2m classified files.
Glenn Greenwald, the journalist who received the trove of documents from Edward Snowden, a former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, said Snowden’s legacy would be “shaped in large part” by this “finishing piece” still to come.
Greenwald’s plan to publish will further unnerve an American intelligence establishment reeling from 11 months of revelations about government surveillance activities.
James Clapper, America’s director of national intelligence, has described Snowden’s actions as the “most massive and damaging theft of intelligence” to date.

 That sounds exciting!