henrymakow.com — May 20, 2014
If you haven’t seen this video, you ought to. It is Edward Snowden’s original revelation of NSA spying in May 2013. Now age 30, Snowden explains that spying today can be used in the future to send anyone to the Gulag. In the Talmudic NWO, everyone is guilty of something.
Americans fear their own government’s surveillance more than terrorism. This is reasonable since false flag “terrorism” is merely a pretext for the establishment of a Judeo Masonic world tyranny, re. the New World Order.
Glenn Greenwald’s book, No Place to Hide, explains that the Illuminati Jewish bankers seek “something akin to omniscience [by] spying on everyone on the planet.” (The US government is merely their sock puppet.)
No Place to Hide by Glenn Greenwald — Review by Joel Whitney (Slightly abridged by henrymakow.com)
“No Place to Hide” is indeed a meditation on hiding. It takes its title from the late U.S. Sen. Frank Church, who investigated the intelligence community’s reach in 1975. Greenwald sounds the same call to arms as Church, but against a technical capacity beyond anything imagined then, enabling the government to scoop up almost everything we say or do.
The book is a smart, impassioned indictment of what Greenwald calls “fear-driven, obsequious journalism” that uncritically amplifies whatever politicians say is needed to fight the war on terror. But the book is also an examination of the courage and savvy of a then-29-year-old cyberenthusiast who initially couldn’t get Greenwald’s attention.