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Powers behind NSA Blackmailing Obama? Why does He not use the Power People gave Him?
(July 11, 2013) Is he afraid? President Kennedy's murder was likely organized by the same group that was behind the failed coop attempt of 1933 in the USA (reported by BBC).
Here is the how to do instructions to gain total control over any person especially in public life.
Since the dawn of human history all countries have done it the same way: the Chinese, the Russians, the US and all other today less intrusive intelligence services:
If we look the two Obama's one before his election and one today we see two totally different people.
When Obama was in Russia just before elections he told the Russian President that after his re-election he would be more free to act independently on issues like the missile shield on Russian borders (nobody outside the USA believes the purpose here is to protect Europe against Iranian missiles carrying nuclear warheads. Iran has no long range missiles nor nuclear bombs).
For outsiders Obama actually lost independence in elections instead of gaining any.
On Snowden issue: Initially the American people bought fully the media painted picture of Snowden as a traitor and criminal. Today the latest tells that 55% of Americans support Snowden while now only 34% consider him as a traitor and criminal. Snowden was not the first one speaking of NSA illegal activities. But he is the only one that has tangible evidence of what is really going on in the shadows of the US intelligence services. Below is the RT interview of Russell D. Tice (born 1961) a former intelligence analyst for the U.S. Air Force, Office of Naval Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), and National Security Agency (NSA).
During his nearly 20 year career with various United States government agencies, he conducted intelligence missions related to the Kosovo War, Afghanistan, the USS Cole bombing in Yemen, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. In December, 2005, Tice helped spark a national controversy over claims that the NSA and the DIA were engaged in unlawful and unconstitutional wiretaps on American citizens.
Tice was terminated by the NSA in May 2005, just days after publicly urging Congress to pass stronger protections for federal intelligence agency whistle blowers facing retaliation. In September 2005, the inspector general discredited Tice by issuing an unclassified report that found "no evidence" to support Tice's claims. Below is his story that matches more than well with Mr. Snowdens so far disclosed items.