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NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden Goes Missing Paul Joseph Watson June 24, 2013 Ex-CIA intelligence analyst seized by Russians? UPDATE: WIkileaks’ Julian Assange has given a press conference during which he said Snowden was safe, but refused to divulge his location. “The current status of Mr Snowden and Ms [Sarah] Harrrison [of Wikileaks, who travelled with him from Hong Kong]: both are health and safe and they are in contact with their legal team. I can’t give further information as to their whereabouts or present circumstances other than to say that the matter is in hand.” “We are aware of where Edward Snowden is. He is in a safe place and his spirits are high. Due to the bellicose threats coming from the US administration we cannot go into further detail at this time. Unfortunately we cannot reveal what country he is in at this time.” NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has gone missing after he failed to board a flight from Moscow to Cuba, prompting questions as to the whereabouts of the former CIA analyst who is wanted on charges of espionage. After Snowden left Hong Kong yesterday for Moscow, he was expected to board an Aeroflot plane scheduled to fly to Havana – the next stop on his journey to planned political asylum in Ecuador. However, journalists who boarded the same plane immediately noted that Snowden’s seat was empty and that he had not made the flight. “Snowden had never actually been sighted in Moscow, and there was actually no real evidence that he had ever been in Russia at all,” reports the Guardian. “It is currently unclear if Snowden was seized at the last minute by Russian authorities after the White House said it ‘expects’ Moscow to extradite the fugitive spy back to the United States to face espionage charges on home soil,” reports the Daily Mail. This follows reports that large numbers of Russian police and other officials had arrived at Sheremetyevo Airport before Snowden’s expected departure. Snowden had been checked in for the SU150 flight and Wikileaks announced that its advisors were accompanying him to Havana. According to Interfax, Snowden has already left Russia but his

destination is not known. Washington had urged Russia to expel Snowden and send him back to the US before he could escape to Cuba, but Kremlin officials refused to comment on the situation, saying only that they had no idea where Snowden was located. Earlier today, Ecuadoran foreign minister Ricardo Patino Arocam said he didn’t know the whereabouts of Snowden, adding that his request for political asylum was still under consideration. Wikileaks’ Julian Assange has been protected by the Ecuadoran Embassy in London for over a year. Snowden’s disappearance is likely to be part of a bait and switch so as to hide his precise movements. As Mike Adams documented earlier today, the United States has proven that it does not respect the laws of other countries when seeking to kidnap individuals extrajudicially. US lawmakers have demanded Snowden return to America to face charges. “I want to get him caught and brought back for trial. I think the chase is on and we’ll see what happens,” Senate intelligence committee chairwoman Dianne Feinstein said. Both US Secretary of State John Kerry and Senator Charles Schumer have warned Russia and China that they face “consequences” for failing to respond to requests to aid in the extradition of Snowden.

Booz Allen Hamilton: What You Don’t Know About Snowden’s Former Employer Tommy Paine Daily Paul June 24, 2013 Let’s take another trip down the rabbit hole, shall we? Lost in the Edward Snowden debate is a critical look at his former employer, the company doing the spying on Americans in the first place: Booz Allen Hamilton. Booz Allen Hamilton is a government contractor, with 99% of its revenue coming from the US government. Not only does it receive money from the NSA, but also the US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Marine Corps, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and … the IRS. In addition, Booz Allen is heavily connected to the CIA. Among the individuals involved in running the company, we have: James Clapper – current Director of National Intelligence (DNI), head of NSA, the man who lied to Congress about the fact that NSA is actively spying on Americans, is a former executive

Mike McConnell – a current executive of the company, had Clapper’s job (DNI) during George W. Bush’s administration (keep it in the family, eh?) — he worked for Booz Allen before Bush, then worked for Bush, then back to Booz Allen after Bush James Woolsey – former CIA Director, current executive (see Jan Helfeld’s interview of Mr. Woolsey where it becomes clear that Woolsey has no interest in discussing principles, only war) Melissa Hathaway – former executive, also worked for McConnell during the Bush administration Ian Brzezinski – former executive, son of Zbigniew Brzezinski, co-founder of the Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller, central figure in the NWO crowd, and mastermind of Operation Cyclone Dov Zakheim – this character is … unbelievable: 1993 – His company, System Planning Corporation, had a subsidiary called Tridata Corporation, which was the company that “oversaw” the investigation of the 1993 WTC bombing 2000 – Part of the neocon Project for a New American Century, he is co-author of “Rebuilding America’s Defenses,” in which he is credited with the infamous line, “… some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.” 2001 – He is appointed Comptroller of the Pentagon, in which $2.3 trillion promptly goes “missing” 2001 – Attack on 9/11 occurs; some people are suspicious of his connections, since his company, SPC, in involved in flight systems capable of remote controlling aircraft, and because he was the guy who leased 32 Boeing 767 aircraft to McDill Air Force Base (2 of the 9/11 aircraft were 767′s), and McDill is close to Elgin AFB, which was the location that was to be used if Operation Northwoods had gone live 2004 – Goes to work for Booz Allen Hamilton. 2012 – Advisor on Middle East policy for Mitt Romney campaign (gee … ya think Romney would have gone to war in the Middle East???) Booz Allen Hamilton is owned by the Carlyle Group. One of the big investors in the Carlyle Group was the Bin Laden family in Saudi Arabia. Yeah … THAT Bin Laden family. And instrumental in being the “go between” for Carlyle/Bin Laden was a guy by the name of George H. W. Bush. Maybe you’ve heard of him? The CEO of the Carlyle Group (remember, they OWN Booz Allen Hamilton) is Frank Carlucci. Mr. Carlucci has quite a resume: Nixon Administration – Director of the Office for Economic Opportunity (the “War on Poverty” — and a great place to decide who gets government contracts) Carter Administration – Deputy Director of the CIA Reagan Administration – National Security Advisor and Secretary of Defense (Donald Rumsfeld is Carlucci’s protoge) He is or has been with the Project for a New American Century and a member of the Board of Trustees for the RAND Corporation, a CIA front that develops policies that the Military Industrial Complex then carries out. You want a NWO guy? Carlucci is your man. And CEO of Carlyle Group, owner of Booz Allen Hamilton, spying on YOU.

At RAND, his specialty was Middle East policy. What do you know? That was also the specialty of Graham Fuller, CIA guy who was the father-in-law of Ruslan Tsarni, uncle of Tamarlan Tsarnev, suspected Boston bomber. Speaking of the Boston bombing and Tamarlan Tsarnev, he had a couple of trips to Russia that made the news. But what did not make the news (in America, but it did in Russia) is that he went there for “training” that was funded by the Jamestown Foundation. And what do you know? The Jamestown Foundation (CIA front) has among its past board members none other than Dick Cheney and Marcia Carlucci, wife of Frank Carlucci. See my post here about the CIA connections to the Boston bombing:… Given all their connections and government contracts, here’s an interesting question: Booz Allen Hamilton has not only been involved in spying via the NSA, but they have also received no-bid contracts from the IRS. What do they know about the American people via the IRS? Now, one of the things you will start to see if you look around at some of the big corporations these days is that many of them are involved in what they call “corporate citizenship” or something similar. What this means at the surface level is they are being “good citizens” by donating to charity. But when you go beyond the surface, you will see something else going on. Booz Allen Hamilton donates money to the Clinton Global Initiative. The CGI is a part of the Clinton Foundation (yeah, THAT Clinton). The Clinton Foundation has been implicated in bribery on an international level. Clinton gave himself a special little privilege while president wherein he exempted the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation from the normal rules of disclosure regarding publicly listing who its contributors were. It’s a secret foundation. And it has over $200 million in assets now. And is alleged to be used as a way to funnel black money from corrupt governments around the world for behind-the-scenes deals like special oil contracts, arms dealing, US government foreign aid deals, whatever. So folks, what you are not being told in the media about Edward Snowden’s former company is that it is not only spying on you, but it is probably checking out your tax returns, too, and also receiving some of your tax money in government contracts, which it then funnels to CIA-connected/Military Industrial Complex-connected/NWO-connected individuals and organizations. Something like this: Your tax money (taken from you by force) -> IRS -> Booz Allen Hamilton -> Clinton Foundation -> foreign bribes -> more contracts for the Military Industrial Complex -> more spending by foreign governments -> more foreign aid from the US government -> more US government spending -> more taxes needed -> more taxes from YOU. Oh … and they are spying on you, too. But Edward Snowden … yeah HE is the bad guy here. Uh huh … move along … nothing to see here.………………

War On Journalism: Establishment Media Accuses Greenwald of Treason for Reporting On Snowden Kurt Nimmo June 24, 2013 On Sunday, NBC Meet the Press anchor David Gregory said investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald “aided and abetted” former National Security Agency analyst Edward Snowden and asked why he shouldn’t be charged with a crime. Greenwald Tears Into Gregory: With Newsmen Like You, Who Needs Government To Criminalize Reporting?' VIDEO BELOW feature=player_embedded&v=wTR7Xjw1pAc “To the extent that you have aided and abetted Snowden, even in his current movements, why shouldn’t you, Mr. Greenwald, be charged with a crime?” Gregory asked. “If you want to embrace that theory, it means that every investigative journalist in the United States who works with their sources, who receives classified information is a criminal, and it’s precisely those theories and precisely that climate that has become so

menacing in the United States,” said Greenwald, a former constitutional attorney. He sent out a tweet after the interview. “Who needs the government to try to criminalize journalism when you have David Gregory to do it?” He then underscored Gregory’s service to the state by writing: “Has David Gregory ever publicly wondered if powerful DC officials should be prosecuted for things like illegal spying & lying to Congress?” Gregory’s assertion is the latest effort by the establishment to demonize investigative journalism. Prior to his suspicious death, Rolling Stone and Buzzfeed journalist Michael Hastings accused the Obama administration of engaging in a war against the press. “The Obama administration has clearly declared war on the press,” he told Current TV. “It has declared war on investigative journalism, our sources… I think our only resource to this kind of behavior by the government is to say back to the government we declare war on you and from this point forward we should no longer as the media cooperate in any manner with the government in terms of national security stories. We should withdraw all our cooperation and we should publish everything we know because it is a free press and not a ‘free when the government tells me to do it’ press. We have been way too easy going with these guys, let them get away with this for years. We’ve let them tell us what to print and not print. I say be done with it and we should get together and fire back because no one else is going to defend the press.” Gregory’s accusation further draws the line between a corporate press acting as an official propaganda tool for the ruling elite and alternative investigative press reporting on aspects of the national security state until recently closely guarded. Obama’s war on the First Amendment has claimed its first victim with Michael Hastings. Gregory has signaled that the government may soon move against other journalists — both judicially and extrajudicially — as it acts to keep its massive and unconstitutional surveillance grid hidden from the victims and punish journalists who dare report on it.

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