Monday, 5 August 2013

Snowden's Tragedy: An Entire Year In Russia

Almost 8 months without new posts, and something got Whistleblower 51's attention eventually, something that relates to the name of the blog directly and fully deserves an article (full of cynicism and alternative viewpoints). In the May of 2013 an ex-contractor for the NSA Edward Snowden revealed to the public that the governments of the USA and the UK have been conducting mass surveillance on its people through everything from telephone communications to Facebook chats. The angry people took it as a surprise, shaken by such words as "PRISM" and "Tempora", frustrated by the fact the NSA reads their private text messages and embarrassing...spam. Every phone call (probably since or shortly after Alexander Bell invented the phone), every article in this blog was under the all-seeing eye of the Illuminati, and such programs as "PRISM" and "Tempora" are only the top of an the iceberg named "ECHELON".
To be concise, "PRISM" and "Tempora" are universal surveillance programs of the United States and the British governments respectively. In words of Snowden, it was made for the following:
"...The NSA specifically, targets the communications of everyone. It ingests them by default. It collects them in its system and it filters them and it analyses them and it measures them and it stores them for periods of time simply because that's the easiest, most efficient, and most valuable way to achieve these ends. So while they may be intending to target someone associated with a foreign government or someone they suspect of terrorism, they're collecting you're communications to do so."
ECHELON is the name for a larger structure, a universal "big brother" tool of the Illuminati the mere mentioning of it happens only on paranoid conspiracy web sites such as

Of course, such major corporations as Verizon, Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Apple try to defend their user privacy policies, claiming "We have never heard of PRISM" (Apple), but Bill Gates doesn't have to wear a triangle pendant to be part of the conspiracy, Mark Zuckerberg doesn't have to end his every speech with "so be it!" in order to be at the Freemasons' mercy, and Sergey Brin obviously doesn't make brillions of dollars through a completely altruistic search engine.

Whatever heroic Mr. Snowden disclosed, this is bigger than the NSA, PRISM, the CIA, Hong Kong or Russia. Speaking of which, I sincerely feel bad for Snowden that the poor guy has to spend an entire year (or even more, maybe even life) in the very place from which I ran away to America. I've been spending some time on Russian internet boards and Twitter accounts and the Russians seem very unfriendly to the American systems administrator. President Putin II himself admitted he doesn't like Edward on his property. America here treats me nicely, on the other hand. Reminds me of a song by Eminem:

"In my shoes, just to see 
What it's like, to be me 
I'll be you, let's trade shoes 
Just to see what it'd be like 
To feel your pain, you feel mine 
Go inside each others' minds 
Just to see what we'd find 
Look at shit through each others' eyes"


In any case, by granting temporary asylum to Snowden, the Russian government only admitted it's guilty of the same practice--it works like this (with a stereotypical Russian accent): "We here have nukes and bears, let's give this guy protection from American prosecution, and everybody will think we have demokracy in mother Đ¯ussia!" 

To all those who stick to the opinion that the US or the UK betray the democratic principles they stand for, I need to remind that it's much bigger that a nation, political ideology or moral principles. We're talking about the Illuminati, an international cabal of super powerful and wealthy people who control the world in the shadows, indirectly, and the public frustration with the Western nations only helps the Illuminati to stay in the shadows, making a dumb face, saying "We didn't do it! WE don't even exist."

Aware of who the enemy really is or not, Snowden is right about one thing:
"...No one can meaningfully oppose them. If they want to get you, they'll get you in time. But at the same time you have to make a determination about what it is that's important to you. And if living unfreely but comfortably is something you're willing to accept, and I think it many of us are it's the human nature; you can get up everyday, go to work, you can collect your large paycheck for relatively little work against the public interest, and go to sleep at night after watching your shows."

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