Snowden’s connections with ex-CIA John Brennan revealed

The latest drops from Sunday night focus on American traitor Edward Snowden and the real operation behind his leaking of US intelligence.

So we know Snowdon worked previously for the CIA and then the National Security Agency. In 2013 he copied and leaked highly classified information from the NSA. His disclosures revealed numerous global surveillance programs, many run by the NSA and the Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance with the cooperation of telecommunication companies and European governments.

Further drops reveal Snowden’s connections with John Perry Barlow, who among other pursuits was as a cattle rancher, a cyberlibertarian political activist and a lyricist for the Greatful Dead.

Barlow and Snowden were connected through the Freedom of the Press Foundation. Under that umbrella a program called SecureDrop was created for whistleblowers to disseminate their information securely and anonymously.

Barlow is a co-founder of FPF along with Daniel Ellsberg of Pentagon Papers fame. Snowden joined FPF’s board of directors in 2014 and began serving as its president in early 2016

In Jan-Feb 2018, the people who were most closely associated with SecureDrop died unexpectedly: James Dolan (suicide), Aaron Swartz (suicide), and Barlow (“heart problems”).

According to the Sunday drops it appears that at least Barlow was on to the fact that Snowdon may have been working with at least a CIA Director John Brennan on this operation and may not be the rogue element as portrayed.

Certainly more evidence needs to be presented, but falling under the rubric of “They never thought she (Clinton) would lose,” the operation was not able to be cleaned up because of President Trump’s election.

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More Facebook revelations on connections to intelligence community

We are told in the drops that there is plenty of more information on Facebook and its tight connection to the US intelligence community.

Thursday I wrote on the transfer of resources from DARPA to Facebook on the same day in 2004 and the sexy back story created for the social network.

I believe the name Paul Ceglia will come up in the upcoming drops. Ceglia sued Zuckerberg over an alleged majority stake in Facebook. The case is baffling with Ceglia being arrested by federal agents and charged him with fabricating evidence in relation to his suit against Zuckerberg. He fled to Ecuador and was rearrested in 2018 and is awaiting extradition.

The whole case sounded at the time to be so strange and was dismissed by most media as the rantings of a lunatic. But in light of the drops coming I believe Ceglia will play a role.

In August 2018 President Trump tweeted:

“Google has taken advantage of a lot of people…if you look at what is going on at Twitter, look at what is going on in Facebook, they better be careful..Google and Twitter and Facebook, they’re really treading on troubled territory”

Perhaps we will also learn more about the troubled territory as well.

What’s the status of Facebook and DARPA

In the latest drops from early Thursday morning we see a curious connection between Facebook and a Defense Department program called LifeLog.

The LifeLog program run by DARPA, the same agency that brought us the Internet, was an ambitious effort to build a database to track a person existence.

The project was killed on Feb. 4 2004, the exact same day Facebook was founded.

The drops point out, according to Pentagon documents that LifeLog was to be a single place where everything an individual says, sees or does, the phone calls made, the TV shows watched, the magazines read, the plane tickets bought, the e-mail sent and received could be gathered.

Out of this seemingly endless ocean of information, computer scientists would plot distinctive routes in the data, mapping relationships, memories, events and experiences.

The coincidence of this drop coming right after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg released a company blog post Wednesday stating that the company was going to do a much better job at protecting people’s privacy.

He laid out new initiatives on how encryption would protect the Facebook users from prying eyes of government as well as Facebook.

It’s quite interesting that the Zuckerberg would pick this particular Wednesday to issue this new manifesto, since it appears that they have not done much with privacy since it’s founding in 2004.

In the drops it was also point out that China — implying that they know something about the Pentagon background — does not allow Facebook to operate in the country.

Last night’s postings also pointed out that it would be difficult to get people involved in the LifeLog program if they know it’s from the Pentagon. So what doe you do? You give the new entity (Facebook) a cool back story with an Ivy League pedigree and find a founder with ties to the military-industrial complex to run it.

Nothing I have written above is new information that has not been out there in some publications, however the other program DARPA was running concurrently with LifeLog was leveraged against devices?

Did you know:

  • Do they know it’s been expanded to tap into the microphone of any device for listening and bulk data collection?
  • Do they know it’s been expanded to tap into the GPS router of the device for real-time tracking?
  • Do they know it’s been expanded to tap into the camera function of the device in order to view/record all target designators?

These are some of the travails that could befall you when you upload a status of share a location with your “Friends” at Facebook.

The Obama White House excuses are piling up

So Tuesday I wrote how ex-Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch testified before House intelligence committee that she did not recall being involved in the Carter Page FISA spying application.

On Wednesday morning we get story that former Obama Director of National Intelligence James Clapper states ‘I Didn’t Lie’ to Congress About NSA Surveillance, I ‘Simply Didn’t Understand’ the Question.

Are you seeing a growing pattern of Obama White House personnel getting their alibis out into the public ahead of any federal charges being brought out.

Also this week we have Rep Jerry Nadler (D-NY) Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee sending letters to 81 individuals and groups associated with President Trump, demanding documents be turned over to the committee.

In US you pursue a crime and look for suspects, not have a suspect and look for crimes. The President is certainly within his rights to call this a “witch hunt”.

But how else can the Democrats keep the President on the defensive since the Mueller probe will come back with no evidence or proof that the President colluded with the Russians.

I can’t wait for ex-Obama CIA Director John Brennan to be the next official to come out with an excuse of why he was working with Australia, New Zealand, Canada and British spies surveillance of then-president-elect of the US after the 2016 election.

Loretta Lynch’s incredulous testimony to House over FISA spying application

Former Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch told a closed-door Congressional testimony last Dec that she had no recollection of signing FISA court applications to spy on Trump campaign aide Carter Page.

Lynch, although acknowledging that her signature as AG is required, bit told House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, according to Sara Carter who has strong Capitol Hill sources.

The ex-AG told lawmakers that her deputies, first Sally Yates, and then he renewal was approved by Rod Rosenstein. Other signatories were former FBI Director James Comey, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

In contentious testimony to Goodlatte’s queries, Lynch told repeatedly in many different iterations that she was aware the AG needed to be final sign off on all FISA applications and renewals, but had no memory of approving the spying of Carter Page.

Yesterday, I wrote about the intense spying application on Page.

The key to Lynch’s testimony is that the ex-AG said: “Don’t remember,” Don’t have a recollection” and “Don’t recall” are the answers she gave Goodlatte to his incredulous questions of how she allegedly delegated her responsibility as the nation’s top law official when it came to spying on an American citizen working for a Republican presidential campaign.