The Pardu

The Pardu
Watchful eyes and ears feed the brain, thus nourishing the brain cells.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Edward Snowden: ‘I was trained as a spy’



"I was trained as a spy!" 

Edward Snowden, Of course, Snowden was trained as a spy. He is also a functionary for Russian INTEL. A reality that is literally irrefutable. Do you think for a second Snowden is cowered-up in some one room apartment as is Assange?  o you think Putin sits and plays video games each day?

If you think the following was not prep-staged, approved and nicely packaged by Putin's human INTEL cadres, you suffer from US Self-hatred.  You ignore the fact the US has involved in sophisticated monitoring since 9/11, you may not have know about AT&T's admission of such for the NSA, and you may have no knowledge of Snowden's affinity for Ron Paul and contempt older Americans President Obama.

Snowden Putin facilitator...

http://bcove.me/xl357rky



Let's be honest, even a narcissist ten year old would not expect Putin to admit monitoring and cyber INTEL. Why would Snowden provide a platform for Putin's (olden days) KGB like speech?  Is it possible he felt his escapades against US INTEL was clone-able via the wily Putin and his HUMINT (Human INTEL) guys?  Did he think the ease with which he manipulated passwords from co-workers offered a level of craftiness undetectable via Putin and company?
Snowden and those who flock in support of his espionage and treacherous run to Russia (via China) may not care about reports Al Qaeda revamped operational encryption within a month of Putin's run to the East.
Excerpt
As if to deflect attention from this obvious truth, today President Vladimir Putin publicly denied that Ed is their guy: he “is not our agent, and gave up no secrets.” This should be taken about as seriously as any Kremlin utterance these days, such as claims that Jewish neo-Nazis are running things in Ukraine. For good measure, Putin added that the whole spectacle is really the fault of America’s “unprofessional” intelligence services, who failed to do their job and prevent this unprecedented disaster. Vlad sometimes can’t help himself, adding, “Russia is not a country that gives up champions of human rights,” meaning Ed.

Oleg Kalugin, former KGB General with responsibility for recruitment of "overseas" operatives.


Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden probably never envisioned that he’d someday be working for the Russian federal security service, or FSB.
But according to former KGB Major General Oleg Kalugin, he is now, albeit as a consultant or technical advisor. 

“These days, the Russians are very pleased with the gifts Edward Snowden has given them. He’s busy doing something. He is not just idling his way through life.” 

“The FSB are now his hosts, and they are taking care of him,” Kalugin boldly claimed in an interview with VentureBeat.

The 80 year-old retired Soviet intelligence officer is Russian spy royalty personified. At 34, he became the youngest KGB general in history, and Kalugin famously helped run Soviet spy operations in America during a career that spanned over three decades. 

Kalugin and his wife relocated to Maryland after falling out of favor with the Russian regime in the 1990s. After becoming a vocal critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin (Kalugin called Putin a war criminal for his second invasion of Chechnya), a warrant was issued for his arrest. He’s been in the U.S. ever since. 

Kalugin still has juice within Russian intelligence circles and maintains contacts with friends in Russia from his days as a Soviet spy. Kalugin teaches at the Centre for Counterintelligence and Security Studies and also sits on the advisory board for the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. 

Back in Russia, according to Kalugin, Snowden is being handled by the FSB, the KGB’s successor. Kalugin claims that Snowden has shared much of his vast trove of secrets about the NSA with his Russian hosts, and in the process, has allegedly handed the FSB one of their biggest intelligence hauls and propaganda coups since the end of the Cold War.
Snowden with Brian Williams, NBC News, via the Raw Story. For the record we have no interest on posting the Williams interview in its entirety. We do not relish being manipulated by Putin and Snowden.

Former Defense Department contractor Edward Snowden accused the U.S. government of trying to minimize his abilities in an interview with NBC News scheduled to air Wednesday night. “It’s no secret that the U.S. tends to get more and better intelligence…

No comments :

Post a Comment