[ASI] NSA "Whistleblower" a Chinese Agent?

June 9th, 2013 at 7:59 pm EDT
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America's Survival:

The big news today is that the Guardian's source for its allegations about an NSA terrorist surveillance program is NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who is residing in Hong Kong (China). In essence, he has defected to China.

Snowden is not a whistleblower but a traitor who should be prosecuted for espionage.

I share the concerns of those upset by the Obama Administration's collection of this data. But the program was lawful and briefed to the appropriate congressional committees. You can read the statement from the Director of National Intelligence here.

The statement says, in part: "...the surveillance activities published in The Guardian [by Glenn Greenwald] and The Washington Post are lawful and conducted under authorities widely known and discussed, and fully debated and authorized by Congress. Their purpose is to obtain foreign intelligence information, including information necessary to thwart terrorist and cyber-attacks against the United States and its allies."

Glenn Greenwald of the Guardian is no friend of America. He works for a foreign publication and spends most of his time in Brazil with his homosexual lover, called his "husband." Greenwald supports Army traitor Bradley Manning, who is also gay. He leaked classified data to WikiLeaks.

Greenwald accepted an award named in honor of Soviet agent I.F. Stone. Read my story here.

Meanwhile, Barack Obama has been meeting with China's new president, Xi Jinping, in Southern California this week. In addition to waging war on the United States through Snowden and other criminals, China is America's banker, exercising leverage over the U.S. economy.

Several years ago we published a major report, "Obama Prepares to Usher in China-dominated New Global Order." It is happening.

China's leverage over the U.S. economy is confirmed by the inability or failure of the U.S. under Obama to effectively challenge China's cyber-attacks against U.S. weapons systems like the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, one of our most advanced combat aircraft.

Indeed, the Chinese stole the plans for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and the F-22 combat aircraft, among others.

Obama's response is to say that "we can work together on this rather than at cross-purposes." That's exactly what China wants to hear.

The Defense Science Board issued a report, finding that, "In fact, DoD
and its contractor base have already sustained staggering losses of system design information..."

This is not new.

As we reported back in 1998, in one of our worst national security scandals ever, a congressional committee found that China "has stolen classified design information on the United States' most advanced thermonuclear weapons. These thefts of nuclear secrets from our national weapons laboratories enabled the PRC to design, develop, and successfully test modern strategic nuclear weapons sooner than would otherwise have been possible. The stolen U.S. nuclear secrets give the PRC design information on thermonuclear weapons on a par with our own."

Our "leaders" stand by and permit this to happen, over and over again.

But it gets worse: the Obama administration has invited China's People's Liberation Army to participate in the 2014 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) exercise, an annual exercise that is supposed to consist of U.S. allies. The invitation was originally extended by then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta last year.

On Wednesday night, at 9:00 p.m., we will talk to Trevor Loudon on our Roku TV channel about Obama's services to the Chinese and the Russians, as well as Leon Panetta's leaks of classified information.

Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH), chairman of the House Subcommittee on the Middle East and South Asia, told a publication called The Cable, "The administration made a mistake by letting China play a role in the Rim of the Pacific exercises. They will likely utilize these exercises to their advantage: stealing our military secrets and better understanding our military strategy."

None dare call it treason.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net


For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




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