New analysis of Edward Snowden’s June 9, 2013, interview with the U.K. Guardian newspaper reveals how the self-described NSA surveillance program whistleblower harbors unconscious concerns about PRISM being used to mine online UFO and ET contact-related data as part of an ongoing attempt by the U.S. government to implement tyrannical space wars initiatives.
The Guardian describes PRISM as a massive top secret online spying program that “facilitates extensive, in-depth surveillance on live communications and stored information.
The law allows for the targeting of any customers of participating firms who live outside the US, or those Americans whose communications include people outside the US,” which also “opens the possibility of communications made entirely within the US being collected without warrants.”
A report published to alleged PRISM-sponsor YouTube claims that when Edward Snowden (a self-described former senior advisor for the Central Intelligence Agency) cites the emergence of “new and unpredicted threats” as a precedent for the assertion of claims by government to unconstitutional powers, the former telecommunications information systems officer is unconsciously referencing a false flag ET invasion scenario.
Click here to watch “Edward Snowden’s Secret NSA Surveillance UFO Message” on YouTube’s SecretMessageTV:
“The secret that Edward Snowden dared not tell in his confessional video interview to the UK Guardian relates how the formerly top secret PRISM surveillance program is being used to mine online UFO and ET contact-related data in an attempt to build a false flag ET invasion case as a pretext to space wars and their understandably disastrous consequences.“
Reports of involuntary secret messages encrypted backwards within human speech have been substantiated by real-world events including one revelation of military-grade intelligence pertaining to the “Shock and Awe” strikes against Baghdad two years prior to the beginning of the illegal U.S.-led 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Transmissions of these messages are detected through the principal of reflection in which audio recordings of human speech are digitally sampled then mirrored for reverse playback and monitoring.
The principal of reflection is widely accepted for use in scientific and engineering applications, including the reflector telescope that offers indirect observation of light from celestial objects through the use of a highly-polished mirrored surface.
Occurrences of involuntary speech are further known through incidents of sleep-talking and Freudian slips, which convention dictates occur when unconscious signals override voluntary control of the speech organs to offer what can be highly-revealing statements of otherwise undisclosed truths.
With this understanding of applied reflection used in studies of involuntary human speech one can consider the following excerpt from the Guardian interview of Edward Snowden and the interpretation that follows.
“The only thing that restricts the activities of the surveillance state are policy. Even our agreements with other sovereign governments; we consider that to be a stipulation of policy rather than a stipulation of law.”
“And because of that, a new leader will be elected, they’ll flip the switch, say that because of the crisis, because of the dangers that we face in the world, you know, some new and unpredicted threat.”
“We need more authority, we need more power.” And there will be nothing the people can do at that point to oppose it. And it will be turn-key tyranny.”
Secret Message: “Those UFOs.”
False Flag Context
In a 2004 interview with investigative journalist Linda Moulton Howe, Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space founder and president Dr. Carol Rosin related Dr. Wernher von Braun’s anticipation during the 1970s that terrorists, asteroids and ET’s would be categorized under an American “Enemy’s List” to sustain “War Mode” and Pentagon budgets.
According to Dr. Rosin, the Project Paperclip scientist who led America’s first landing on the moon in 1969 mentored her in how “starting where I entered the industry with the supposed Russian threat, but never actually existed the Russians were made to be the enemy.
Then there would be terrorists, Third World country threats. There would be an asteroid threat.
They might even say to us to try to influence the public into believing that there are many reasons for why we should put weapons in space. There might be a reason to protect our assets in space.
“But, the real one that he was always holding off on and would say again with tears filling his eyes every time he said this to me repeatedly was that the last card they are holding is the ‘alien card,’ the extraterrestrial card and none of them are hostile.
In any way he could say those words, the intonation was always on, ‘None of them are hostile. It’s all a lie.’
So, in other words, all the enemies that have been presented to us along the way it’s a lie with always the intention of seizing the high ground to keep the truth from us.”
Exopolitics characterizes these events as “a succession of “False Flag Wars” to follow the collapse of the permanent war economy’s Communism vs. Capitalism war (1945-1991). These False Flag Wars start with a “War on Terror;” ; followed by a False Flag “War Against the Asteroids and Near Earth Objects;” and finally a False Flag “War Against Extraterrestrial Civilizations.”
“Each of these wars, starting with the False Flag operation of September 11, 2001 has had the weaponization of space and occupation of the solar system as a significant objective.”
For Reasons of Disclosure
During the Guardian interview, Edward Snowden cited his reasons for allegedly leaking the NSA PRISM documents. With the UFO and ET contact-related issues underlying his concerns now more clearly illuminated, his statements regarding a culture of denial begin to take on entirely new and perhaps unanticipated meaning.
“When you’re in positions of privileged access like a systems administrator for these sort of intelligence community agencies, you’re exposed to a lot more information on a broader scale than the average employee.
And because of that you see things that may be disturbing but over the course of a normal person’s career you’d only see one or two of these instances.
“When you see everything, you see them on a more frequent basis. And you recognize that some of these things are actually abuses. And when you talk to people about them in a place like this where this is the normal state of business, people tend not to take them very seriously.”
“The more you talk about it the more you’re ignored, the more you’re told that it’s not a problem. Until eventually you realize that these things need to be determined by the public, not by somebody who was simply hired by the government [emphasis added].”
Targeting ET Persons
In light of the newly-revealed UFO and ET contact-related context in which the NSA PRISM leak appears to have occurred, further meaning can also be derived from U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper’s written response, suggesting how PRISM could be targeting ET persons of interest.
The June 6, 2013 “DNI Statement on Activities Authorized Under Section 702 of FISA” describes how “Activities authorized by Section 702 are subject to oversight by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, the Executive Branch, and Congress.
They involve extensive procedures, specifically approved by the court, to ensure that only non-U.S. persons outside the U.S. are targeted [emphasis added], and that minimize the acquisition, retention and dissemination of incidentally acquired information about U.S. persons.”
PRISM’s FAA Cover
The origins of the acronym PRISM can be traced to the Federal Aviation Administration’s Privacy Impact Assessment program. According to the Department of Transportation website, the following explanations offer official cover for what has since been revealed as a massive corporate-sponsored online surveillance operation:
On why PRISM collects information: “PRISM collects information in order to fulfill basic accounting functions relating to the requisition of goods or services. The PRISM system collects PII only when an individual requires an accounting relationship with FAA.”
Regarding how PRISM uses information: “Users of PRISM are involved with the procurement of goods and services as well as the maintenance and security of the supporting information needed to accomplish these tasks for FAA.
Included within a wide variety of groups who use PRISM are user organizations with staff functioning as Contracting Officer’s Technical Representatives (COTRs); requisitioners of goods and services and their approvers; funds certifiers who ensure that the monies are available and are accurate; the actual Contracting Officer (CO) for each purchase made through PRISM; System Administrators (SAs); and site security officers who ensure that PRISM operates correctly and security requirements are met.”
During a June 9, 2013, interview with Iranian PressTV, international law expert Alfred Lambremont Webre argued that in terms of the alleged legality of NSA spying on Internet users, DNI “James Clapper is lying because under the Obama administration, his use of section 215 of the legislation that he’s citing, in which he’s saying that any tangible item of anyone can be taken, from financial records to any other records.
“The actions that he is undertaking violate the first amendment of the US Constitution of freedom of speech; the fourth amendment against unreasonable search and seizure; the fifth amendment against self-incrimination; and the fourteenth amendment as applied to all of the states.
So, this is an absolute legal falsehood. And it goes along with the legal falsehood that the CIA earlier has attempted to give to the Obama drone program, which likewise is a violation of the Constitution.”
The founder of Exopolitics emphasized how with the implementation of online PRISM surveillance “Mr. Obama has in fact taken the title from George W. Bush and become the most lawless president in US history.”