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Snowden: There’s A “Holy Sh_t” Smoking Gun Revelation Coming

by Steve Watson, infowars:

Edward Snowden, the former NSA employee turned whistleblower, says that there are still huge revelations regarding the over reach of government surveillance that would have far reaching ramifications.

In an interview with fellow whistleblower James Bamford, appearing in Wired, Snowden spoke of the volume of documents he has in his possession, revealing that there are so many that he hasn’t yet been able to read all of them. Snowden says that he doesn’t have any where near the 1.7 million documents the government claims he does, yet admits that there is a significant amount of information yet to be made public.

“I think they think there’s a smoking gun in there that would be the death of them all politically,” he tells the tech magazine, as he appears on this month’s cover wrapped in a US flag.

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6 comments to Snowden: There’s A “Holy Sh_t” Smoking Gun Revelation Coming

  • Troy

    is he finally going to spill some 9/11 info? If so…bout time!

  • jerry

    if he had anything so incriminating the man would be history. The more I think about it the more I think hes all part of a grander scheme yet to be revealed. William Casey CIA Director told us way back when, “We’ll know our disinformation programs are complete when everything the public believes is false” to me the plot just thickens with every passing hour.

    • mangrove

      Agreed jerry. Snowden is an asset, he’s not working for the cause of truth. These gradual leaks are beyond ridiculous — that should give him away for those with a brain left. The original story from over a year ago was full of impossibilities as well. Greenwald is not to be trusted either — now part of an “alternative” news start-up funded by eBay’s founder — big bucks, big controlled opposition.

      If he really leaks a holy shit revelation, it’ll only be because he was ordered to and there will be an alternative agenda behind it. Don’t except ANYTHING on the big issues like 9/11 or any of the myriad false flags like Sandy Hoax or Boston Smoke Bomb. If he DOES speak about those incidents, it will be to keep the official story alive. He’s already proven that with some recent comments about 9/11 which fall right in line with upholding the official government conspiracy theory. That should have been the big wake up for Snowden believers.

      • jerry

        “He’s already proven that with some recent comments about 9/11 which fall right in line with upholding the official government conspiracy theory. That should have been the big wake up for Snowden believers”.

        I missed those comments but to no real surprise, guess Ill do a google search. Seeing how the shit is hitting the fan daily now, one cant keep up with it all, the dots are bleeding together kind of like the ones here on the screen.

        • mangrove

          jerry, here’s a link — and thanks dazza (below) for the quote, which helped me find he link quicker!! 🙂

          And this is rich, because it’s the (drum roll) unaired segment from Brian Williams’ interview with Snowden which “contain the whistleblower’s statements about the 9/11 terrorist attacks.” See how clever they are? They don’t air his comments, and then when those comments leak out, people think “see, there’s the real truth” when he said absolutely nothing that incriminated anyone. All in line with the “failure of imagination” a la Condosleaza Rice, and the incompetence theory which many Americans buy into (the government just can’t do anything right, because it’s bloated with so much bureaucracy — that tired old scape-goat argument).

          Not only is Snowjob upholding the official government position on 9/11, but he even throws in some Boston Marathon “bombing” support as well. Despicable.

          Edward Snowden Questions Failure to Prevent 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

  • dazza

    yeah, few things have been bugging me about snowden, the deliberate slow releases are just too orchestrated, the fact he is still the poster boy for the 000’s of files, why not crowd source them for everything to be discovered…

    and how often do you see articles start with this sort of language, “Edward Snowden, the former NSA employee turned whistleblower” – it’s like his official title

    also agree with Mangrove – was put off snowden when he spins this haystack bs about 9/11…

    “We actually had records of the phone calls from the United States and out. The CIA knew who these guys were. The problem was not that we weren’t collecting information, it wasn’t that we didn’t have enough dots, it wasn’t that we didn’t have a haystack, it was that we did not understand the haystack that we have.”

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