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COMMENT: We’ve covered Eddie “The Friendly Spook” Snowden’s exploits in numerous previous posts: Part I , Part II , Part III , Part IV , Part V , Part VI , Part VII , Part VIII , Part IX , Part X , Part XI .) Users of this website are emphatically encouraged to examine these posts in detail, as it is impossible to do justice to the arguments in those articles in the scope of this post.
(We will sum up and analyze some of the key aspects of this burgeoning line of inquiry in a future article.)
This post is directly supplemental to the previous article, so we will begin by quoting directly from the first part of this presentation.
“Suffice it to say, for our purposes here, that Snowden’s activities are–quite obviously–an intelligence operation directed at Barack Obama’s administration at one level and the United States and U.K. at another.
We note that the individuals and institutions involved with Snowden, as well as Fast Eddie himself, track back to the far right and elements and individuals involved with the Underground Reich.  Again, PLEASE examine the previous posts on the subject, as there is no way to flesh out this line of inquiry in this post.
We have noted that Fast Eddie may be doubling for BND or some other element of German intelligence, possibly having been recruited when posted by CIA to Geneva, Switzerland. Snowden may also be acting at the instruction of elements in U.S.–perhaps Michael Morrell, perhaps an Underground Reich faction of NSA, perhaps elements from the Peter Thiel milieu.
A possibility that bears examination in the context of German and/or Underground Reich economic warfare against the U.S. involves L’Affaire Snowden as a gambit to undermine American internet dominance.”
In this regard we note that a Forbes article  says that Snowden’s ride is indeed bad for U.S. internet business. (See text excerpt below.)
Comments by Neelie Kroes, Vice President of the European Commission, augur poorly for U.S. internet companies. (See text excerpt below.)
In a clarification  of information presented in a Reuters story about Snowden by his “leaking journalist” of choice, Glenn Greenwald, Snowden stated that his purpose was to alert people that the software they are using is also spying on them. (See text excerpt below.)
Saint Edward’s professions of concern for the well-being of Mr. and Ms. Everyman cannot be taken at face value. Snowden is a fascist and cynic  of the first order. His Presidential candidate of choice in 2012 was Ron Paul .
He is NOT doing this for altruistic reasons. He doesn’t have an altruistic bone in his body.
Snowden DOES have some serious nerve, however. Snowden has compared himself to someone acting in accordance with the Nuremberg statutes, comparing the NSA surveillance program to Nazi genocide. Aside from the obvious absurdity of this claim, it is grotesque for someone who supported a Nazi (Ron Paul)  for President to be holding forth in this manner.
Such historical revisionism also plays to the advantage of Germany .
Not incidentally, Snowden’s Presidential candidate of choice–Ron Paul–has opined that we were on the wrong side in World War II. (See text excerpt below.)
Snowden’s partners in the WikiLeaks/Pirate Bay/Pirate Party milieu are birds of the same feather, with Julian Assange’s Holocaust-denying crony Joran Jermas (aka “Israel Shamir”) having guided WikiLeaks to the PRQ servers funded by fascist moneybags Carl Lundstrom. Like Paul and Jermas, Lundstrom is part of a political milieu that includes David Duke.
In our next post on the subject, we will review and ruminate about this complex, vitally important inquiry.
In comments to this post, Spitfirelist contributor “Pterrafractyl” has noted some important points:
- In the first of those comments , he notes that Sweden’s Pirate Bay milieu continues to evolve and, in partnership with other European “Pirate outlets, appears to be angling to corral web business that will afford anonymity/security.
- Another comment notes that an organization in Sweden  has won legal recognition of file sharing  as a religious activity, which should facilitate the pirating of copyrighted video and music files.
- A third comment notes how the Pirate Party–linked to the far-right, Nazi-linked WikiLeaks outfit–is deeply involved  with the effort on behalf of Snowden, et al in the European Parliament. As we have surmised, the efforts by EU (read “Germany”) to alter European data protection regulations may lead to “a trade war.” 
- In an additional comment , “Pterrafractyl” informs us that two encrypted e‑mail companies, one of them used by Snowden, have been closed, apparently due to government pressure. Let’s see how this plays into the hands of the GOP with their battle cry about Obama championing “big, repressive government” etc. etc. etc. It will be interesting to see how young, idealistic techies buy into this. It will also be interesting to see if the big Silicon Valley tech companies send their considerable financial resources to back the GOP.
- Another of Pterrafractyl’s  comments informs us that the prognostications in this post are coming to pass. It turns out the German companies are offering encrypted e‑mail services, seeking–obviously–to undermine U.S. internet business. What is unclear is if the BND will be able to decipher the messages–a safe bet will be that they possess such capability. Whether they would share such information with NSA is unclear.
- Pterrafractyl also notes  that the Chaos Computer Club in Germany opines that the encryption technology is outdated, permitting up-to-date interests to access the messages.
EXCERPT: Reddit general manager Erik Martin noticed something strange when he was at a conference in Latvia last month. There was a contest held, with a prize of one year’s free web-hosting for a small business — a decent value, a fairly normal prize. But when it came time to award it, nobody in the audience wanted it. It was from a U.S.-based company, and this was just days after Edward Snowden’s landmark leaks about the NSA’s PRISM program hit the press. With that hanging over them, people at the conference would have preferred to go with a different country.
There’s a general sense of unease about the U.S. government’s relationship to the internet right now, and it’s starting to affect how international consumers choose their web services. I talked with Christian Dawson, head of hosting company Servint and co-founder of the Internet Infrastructure Coalition, a group founded to inform the public and lawmakers about, as he puts it, how the internet works. He says that while it’s hard to put together any true statistics at this point, he’s heard a lot of anecdotal data about U.S.-based hosting and other web service companies losing business to overseas competitors since the Snowden leaks.
“We have a great fear that we are going to see a big exodus for US-based businesses over the information that’s been leaked,in part because there’s this tremendous lack of transparency, and lack of transparency is the absolute worst thing for these situations,” he says. “We’re competing on a global scale, and if people don’t have a reason to trust the host they’re using, they can go elsewhere in just a couple of clicks.”
Dawson stresses that the problem isn’t just with the program itself. He has little comment on what the government should or should not be doing to protect the country from terrorism. His problem is with the lack of open discussion surrounding these efforts. The U.S. may not have the most restrictive or the most repressive policies surrounding internet surveillance, but U.S. news is big news all over the world. According to Dawson, fear of the Patriot Act had already been dogging U.S. hosting companies for years, and the Snowden leaks just added fuel to the fire. In a global market as fluid as something like web hosting, a lot of consumers would just as soon prefer to take their business elsewhere.
“The lack of clear, intelligent language has put us at a tremendous marketing disadvantage,” he says. “These days, we’re finding that significant portion of our clientele values privacy. It is not simply the customer who has something to hide.” . . .
EXCERPT: . . . .But the Snowden revelations also have implications for you and me.
They tell us, for example, that no US-based internet company can be trusted to protect our privacy or data. The fact is that Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft are all integral components of the US cyber-surveillance system. Nothing, but nothing, that is stored in their “cloud” services can be guaranteed to be safe from surveillance or from illicit downloading by employees of the consultancies employed by the NSA. That means that if you’re thinking of outsourcing your troublesome IT operations to, say, Google or Microsoft, then think again.
And if you think that that sounds like the paranoid fantasising of a newspaper columnist, then consider what Neelie Kroes, vice-president of the European Commission, had to say on the matter recently. “If businesses or governments think they might be spied on,” she said, “they will have less reason to trust the cloud, and it will be cloud providers who ultimately miss out. Why would you pay someone else to hold your commercial or other secrets, if you suspect or know they are being shared against your wishes? Front or back door – it doesn’t matter – any smart person doesn’t want the information shared at all. Customers will act rationally and providers will miss out on a great opportunity.” . . .
EXCERPT: . . . .A: Snowden has enough information to cause more damage to the US government in a minute alone than anyone else has ever had in the history of the United States. But that’s not his goal. [His] objective is to expose software that people around the world use without knowing what they are exposing themselves without consciously agreeing to surrender their rights to privacy. [He] has a huge number of documents that would be very harmful to the US government if they were made public. . . .
EXCERPT: Along the way, Snowden framed his situation in striking new terms, citing the 1945–1946 Nuremberg trials that convicted several Nazi leaders of crimes against humanity. Here’s how he put it:
I believe in the principle declared at Nuremberg in 1945: “Individuals have international duties which transcend the national obligations of obedience. Therefore individual citizens have the duty to violate domestic laws to prevent crimes against peace and humanity from occurring.”
Accordingly, I did what I believed right and began a campaign to correct this wrongdoing. I did not seek to enrich myself. I did not seek to sell US secrets. I did not partner with any foreign government to guarantee my safety. Instead, I took what I knew to the public, so what affects all of us can be discussed by all of us in the light of day, and I asked the world for justice. . . .
EXCERPT: . . . . Paul betrayed his Nazism when he told Congress that America fought on the wrong side during World War II: “Any academic discussion questioning the wisdom of our policies surrounding World War II is met with shrill accusations of anti-Semitism and Nazi lover. No one is ever even permitted, without derision by the media, the university intellectuals and the politicians, to ask why the United States allied itself with the murdering Soviets and then turned over Eastern Europe to them while ushering in a 45-year saber-rattling, dangerous Cold War period.” America should have aligned itself with the Axis Powers? That is the implication here. . . .
EXCERPT: . . . . Greenwald also spent roughly five years defending the First Amendment rights of neo-Nazis, including Matthew Hale, the “Pontifex Maximus” of the Illinois church formerly known as the World Church of the Creator , one of whose disciples went on a murderous spree in 1999 .
“I almost always did it pro bono,” Greenwald said. “I was interested in defending political principles that I believed in. I didn’t even care about making money anymore.” . . .
EXCERPT: . . . .By the third year of law school, he was working for a large law firm. But realizing that representing Goldman Sachs would have destroyed him psychologically, he set up his own firm, which represented several neo-Nazis and other unpopular clients.
When he and his former boyfriend, Werner Achatz, an Austrian-born lawyer, tried to lease an apartment, they were told they couldn’t aggregate their incomes. “They said they only do that for married couples,” Greenwald recalls. “We said we were a married couple.” When that didn’t fly, Greenwald became his own lawyer, suing the landlord for sexual orientation and marital status discrimination.
By 2004 he had tired of litigating, and was also at the end of an 11-year relationship with Achatz. He rented an apartment in Rio de Janeiro, expecting to remain there for two months. Emotionally drained, he says, “The last thing I was looking for was another relationship. Especially in Rio.” But on his first day on the beach, he met Miranda. . . .