Friday, February 10, 2017

Snowden

Snowden didn't tell us anything we didn't already know. Especially those of us who listen to Alex Jones or Joel Skousen.

But the real problem I have with Snowden is that his revelations didn't implicate anyone. Furthermore, Snowden doesn't put the whole globalist picture together and tell the world that this is a massive globalist conspiracy like JFK tried to do. Snowden doesn't provide any names of high-level conspirators and evidence of their nefarious goals.   All Snowden is saying is the government is snooping on all our on-line/telephone activity.

Snowden further doesn't explain the danger of the meta-data gathering. The NSA could create a database where the population is given a score for certain posts or searches or website visits. Visiting inforwars.com or making a post on globalist conspiracy could earn an individual a certain number of points. Then at some certain future date, a legion of automated drones could be released with an order 66 to target US citizens (smart phone SIM cards) with a score above a certain number.

NSA doesn't need to save all our online conversations and activity. All the surveillance needs to do is to tell if we are awake to, and oppose the globalist conspiracy and then keep score and make a list of potential malcontents.