Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Guardian's Greenwald (Who Released Snowden's Leaks) - A Nazi Sympathizer?

Continuing the theory that the Snowden leaks are a German intelligence operation, more information has come to light about the Guardian newspaper's Glenn Greenwald.
According to both Buzzfeed.com and Out.com, in Greenwald's former career in litigation he spent five years representing neo-Nazis in an American First Amendment case.

"But realizing that representing Goldman Sachs would have destroyed him psychologically, he set up his own firm, which represented several neo-Nazis and other unpopular clients."

'Goldman Sachs' of course, is neo-Nazi codespeak for Jewish. He didn't like the idea of working for what he perceives as a Jewish Capitalist institution. So instead he got involved with litigation for neo-Nazis.

". . . . Greenwald also spent roughly five years defending the First Amendment rights of neo-Nazis, including Matthew Hale, the “Pontifex Maximus” of the Illinois church formerly known as the World Church of the Creator, one of whose disciples went on a murderous spree in 1999."
Speaking of defending neo-Nazis;
“I almost always did it pro bono,” Greenwald said. “I was interested in defending political principles that I believed in. I didn’t even care about making money anymore.” . . .
So it seems he defended neo-Nazis pro bono, because he believed in their principles.

Before studying law, Greenwald studied German.

During the case representing neo-Nazi murderers, Greenwald had to stop practicing law after he was caught collaborating with Hale to smuggle coded messages out of jail. Glenn Greenwald also admitted having known that Hale's mother smuggled out a coded message from her son who was under Special Administrative Measures, but did not report this to the FBI. Knowledge of new illegal activity on the part of a client is not covered by attorney client confidentiality. Greenwald said he did not believe that his client had anything to do with the recent killings of a Judge and her husband who had presided over one of Hale’s trials.
He later moved to the favourite Nazi haven Brazil, and changed for a career in the media, which he uses to defend Islamo-fascist terror activities, and claim WW2 allied bombing of Germany was a war crime.
Snowden has also revealed more cards this week. In a statement, he has attempted to compare NSA spying with Nazi genocide (because in his mind, Germany killing Jews was not that bad, so the nasty US spying on Germany is terrible), by trying to use laws established by the Nuremberg war crimes trials.

Snowden said;
"I believe in the principle declared at Nuremberg in 1945: “Individuals have international duties which transcend the national obligations of obedience. Therefore individual citizens have the duty to violate domestic laws to prevent crimes against peace and humanity from occurring.”
Accordingly, I did what I believed right and began a campaign to correct this wrongdoing. I did not seek to enrich myself. I did not seek to sell US secrets. I did not partner with any foreign government to guarantee my safety. Instead, I took what I knew to the public, so what affects all of us can be discussed by all of us in the light of day, and I asked the world for justice."

So he equates US government surveillance programs with conquering Europe and committing mass genocide. Nice try Mr Snowden.

Combined with the leaks benefitting Germany, Germany pushing for new laws in the EU in a veiled attack on US internet companies, and Snowden's support for known Nazi Ron Paul (who sent out political literature in the 1980s and 1990s which was 90% verbatim WW2 period German propaganda for US consumption), one has to ask the question;
If neo-Nazis are a disorganised bunch who are not a threat, then why and how would a group of neo-Nazis infiltrate US intelligence, steal documents, and create an anti-US propaganda coup using their asset in a well known newspaper?
That propaganda coup benefits Germany - their ultimate master, the Fatherland.
Thanks to Dave Emory for the heads-up on this piece of the puzzle.

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