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  1. Jim37015

    He can't trust what these heads say over here. As soon as he cross's the border they'll throw him in prison. They're pissed he let the genie out of the bottle on they're dirty little spying secrets.

    January 24, 2014 at 8:26 am | Reply
  2. Vegas82

    Snowden won't return to the US until our laws are changed. Meanwhile, he hangs out in countries who do everything the US did and worse. Pretty sure the reason he won't return is because of the prison time he faces.

    January 24, 2014 at 7:17 am | Reply
  3. Dean Michael Jackson

    Ask yourself: How did Edward Snowden fly directly from Hawaii to COMMUNIST Hong Kong* without his passport being flagged by TSA computers, and TSA computers then failing to notify FBI Counterintelligence computers? Those holding Top Secret clearance can't travel to a Communist location UNLESS given permission to, and Snowden's arrival in Russia helped to increase Russia's prominence in the world (how did that happen!), while decreasing the prominence of the United States. Just what Moscow wanted, meaning we were snowed by the Snowden operation.

    Recall last September Moscow ran with the Syrian chemical weapons' surrender initiative, where the United States wanted to bomb Syria into the stone age? Again, Russia came off playing the part of the rational and mature nation, while the United States came off again playing the part of the unstable, rouge state, looking for any opportunity to attack nations it doesn't like.

    This is the goal of Moscow & Allies, to isolate the United States by tasking Washington, DC to play the international bully with Nazi overtones; to date, over one-million civilians world-wide have been murdered via the “War on Terror” operation Moscow & Allies assigned Washington, DC.

    Soon, the Eurozone will collapse and Europe will join Russia in a new union, from the "Atlantic to Vladivostok". When this occurs two objectives will be met by Communist strategists, (1) the further isolation of the United States; and (2) the disbanding of NATO.

    Other points of interest on this subject…

    If you haven't been keeping up with the latest revisions to the Edward Snowden operation: Snowdon was extraordinary alright, but not in computer skills. He was expert in mesmerism, getting anyone to give up their computer sign-in accounts and passwords, even though all new intelligence officers/contract intelligence employees are warned to never do so, and that no such requests will be made:


    The revision was necessary because it's impossible to have accessed the varied compartmentalized classified data said to have been pilfered by Snowden.

    Of course, we then have the logs no-show! When any request is made on a computer, a log of the action is generated and saved. There are no NSA logs of Snowden's pilfering! And it's impossible to bypass a log, since a log doesn't exist UNTIL one performs a function on the computer, and then it's too late to bypass! As for deleting logs, well we're back to Snowden's mesmerizing again, this time mesmerizing people (he would have no contact with) to give up their computer sign-in accounts and passwords and the specific delete passwords for each type of compartmentalized data. Snowden would also need to know the correct procedures for deleting logs!

    *"In mid-May, Snowden took a short leave of absence from his job at Booz Allen to return to the mainland, where, he told his supervisors, he was going to get treatment for epilepsy, a condition he'd been diagnosed with the year before. But instead, he took a direct flight to Hong Kong and, checking into the Mira, a $300-per-night boutique hotel overlooking Kowloon Park, made contact with Glenn Greenwald." - http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/snowden-and-greenwald-the-men-who-leaked-the-secrets-20131204?page=4

    January 24, 2014 at 6:59 am | Reply

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