Non-Idle Threats?

Bloomberg – “Obama Seeks More Public Support for NSA Policy”

Michael Hayden:

“That’s going to be hard,” because “some steps to make Americans more comfortable will actually make Americans less safe,” he said.

Now, put that in context. If, as many people have surmised (including me) that 9/11 was a false-flag attack, that it was based on NORTHWOODS, likely part of NATO’s newer GLADIO-like efforts utilizing MKULTRA type tech and methods to keep money shoveling into the mouth of the military industrial complex and other goals (that closely resemble the march toward fascism), then what does that mean, what Hayden said?

He’s saying “if you, Obama, push for this, we’re going to engineer more violence on American soil and against American interests abroad.”

Recall that Hayden is a neocon. They don’t believe in truth in government. They believe in herding sheep and using them how they damn well please.

Snowden’s not the traitor here.

If any of that confuses you, read Wicked Game and/or mosey over to Boiling Frogs Post and search for GLADIO.

Also see: Washington Post, “NSA Broke Privacy Rules Thousands of Times in One Year.”

Reuters coverage:

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The National Security Agency has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since 2008, the Washington Post reported on Thursday, citing an internal audit and other top-secret documents.

Most of the infractions involved unauthorized surveillance of Americans or foreign intelligence targets in the United States, both of which are restricted by law and executive order, the paper said.

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