There is no doubt in my mind that Snowden is a sim. Sure, we saw an actor briefly being interviewed by Glenn Grunwald, but there is no-one named Snowden in real life. The sim, as we know, is flexible in every way. He can travel the world at the speed data bits, he doesn’t talk unless you program him to, and he cannot be seen walking down the street. Sounds like Snowden, doesn’t it?
There is also no such thing as being ex-CIA. It’s the same as ex-Mafia. You’re either in or you’re dead (you can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave). Both organizations require more than a membership form to join. You literally give up something that you can’t get back when decide you joined the wrong organization. Therefore, I doubt anyone leaves. If they do, they sure as hell don’t start leaking info worse than a garden hose.
The purpose of this latest psyOp is really the same as the rest. Fear, money, and perhaps the most important one I’ve recently decided upon: to study the herd’s reaction. From this reaction, they fashion laws, tweak our behaviour modifiers, and modify their long range plans for 5, 10, and 25 years out.
This NSA-whistleblower-government-spying scandal is hard for many to digest. On one level, I am an idealist too. I would like to believe that a lone whistleblower can pull a fast one on the NSA/CIA/Mossad axis. But I know that it cannot be. People find it hugely difficult to accept that the world is now so unrelentingly corrupt that the true extent of this corruption cannot be exposed and overturned by any whistleblowing.