Snowden spills the beans: ‘I was a CIA spy’



Editor’s Note…

It seems like the stage is being set for Snowden’s return to direct US intelligence custody back from the Russian FSB which currently pulls his strings. Following the successful NSA provocation to “undermine his credibility” by depicting him as a  “low-level analyst”, Snowden was goaded into spilling the beans about his past as active CIA and NSA spy overseas, thereby reiterating the limited hangout nature of his entire operation on the one hand, and establishing his credentials as CIA asset for a future return to Langley’s orbit on the other hand. Public opinion from the “conservative” side of the false left-right paradigm is already being conditioned for that [Link]. How long will it take them to repeat the stunt they pulled with Oswald at the time (a CIA asset who “defected” to Moscow and returned back to the states at the height of the cold war,as if nothing happened, only to be scapegoated for the JFK murder) ? Either way, the endgame of this whole false flag \ limited hangout Psyop was already analyzed in a report detailing how Internet Governance Conference uses Snowden’s ‘Leaks’ to Impose Global Censorship .


ABC News

Former US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, who leaked details of massive US intelligence-gathering programs, said in a US TV interview he “was trained as a spy” and had worked undercover overseas for US government agencies.

In an advance excerpt of his interview in Moscow with NBC Nightly News that aired on Tuesday (US time), Snowden rejected comments by critics that he was a low-level analyst.

“Well, it’s no secret that the US tends to get more and better intelligence out of computers nowadays than they do out of people,” Snowden told NBC news anchor Brian Williams.

“I was trained as a spy in sort of the traditional sense of the word, in that I lived and worked undercover overseas – pretending to work in a job … – and even being assigned a name that was not mine.”

Describing himself as a “technical expert”, Snowden said: “I don’t work with people. I don’t recruit agents. What I do is I put systems to work for the United States. And I’ve done that at all levels, from the bottom on the ground, all the way to the top.”

He said he worked undercover overseas for both the CIA and NSA and lectured at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy, “where I developed sources and methods for keeping our information and people secure in the most hostile and dangerous environments around the world”.

“So when they (critics) say I’m a low-level systems administrator, that I don’t know what I’m talking about, I’d say it’s somewhat misleading,” Snowden added.

Snowden, who fled to Hong Kong and then Moscow last year, is believed to have taken 1.7 million computerised documents.

The leaked documents revealed massive programs run by the NSA that gathered information on emails, phone calls and internet use by hundreds of millions of Americans.

He was charged last year in the United States with theft of government property, unauthorised communication of national defence information and wilful communication of classified intelligence to an unauthorised person.