Impeach Obama As A British Puppet: Executive Intelligence Review; Volume 43, Issue 40
Sept. 24—The film Snowden, co-written and directed by Oliver Stone, has been released to the public at a crucial moment in American history. As intended by Stone, the film is having a profound impact on the population, forcing viewers to come to terms with the police state they have lived in since George Bush and Dick Cheney launched the NSA surveillance of every American citizen (with billions of...
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others) in the aftermath of the British-Saudi 9/11/2001 terrorist attack on the United States. And, as the film powerfully demonstrates, Obama, despite his flowery pledges to end this criminal surveillance system, only expanded it further. The release of Mr. Stone’s movie could not have come at a more compelling moment. During the week of the film’s premier, Barack Obama vetoed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), spitting on the graves of the 3,000 Americans who died in the 9/11 attacks. Obama’s subservience to British and Saudi interests, seen in his refusal to release the “28 pages” for seven years and his veto of JASTA, goes hand in hand with his defense of the NSA surveillance state which is depicted in the film. At the same period that Obama worked so closely with British interests, Hillary Clinton was complicit in the murder of Libyan President Muammar Qaddafi, and also labeled Edward Snowden a criminal who should “come home and face the music.” The Real Edward Snowden Despite media characterizations, Edward Snowden was not some mid-level cog or “hacker” in the intelligence community. He was, in fact, a leading creator of many of the surveillance programs from within the CIA and the NSA. He was considered a genius and moved rapidly to extremely high level assignments, designing several of the most sophisticated programs. His job at his last position at a government intelligence center in Hawaii was—in part on his own suggestion—to set up a centralized operation which would compile all the disparate NSA surveillance programs into a single database. It was this centralized program which he would later copy and leak to the world.