Topic: do you PROMIS to admire those so-called media leakers you’re told to admire?
It’s difficult to read the news these days without being bombarded with headlines about NSA domestic and international spying programs. The FMSM (Former Mainstream Media) continue to portray Edward Snowden as a hero, a blower of whistles, a poster-boy savior of all things … FMSM.
Think about these reasons, offered in ascending order of importance to the NWO, that “The Snowden” was manufactured and disseminated:
- There were actual leakers like Bradley Manning [note: opinion amended] threatening exposure of never-before-seen scandals. Something else had to “steal the thunder” from those legitimate heroes.
- The FMSM is now stuck with its “Former” qualifier. That old-school propaganda machine needed a “hero journalist” to bring forth a compelling story from the “real deal” global media which would trick the masses into thinking that adding an “F” to “MSM” had been rash, had been a mistake.
- Companies with nicknames like Spookle and Facespook couldn’t simply claim “Are not!” when faced with mounting evidence — evidence publicized before anyone had ever heard of any “Snowden” character — about hand-in-glove comradeship with spook agencies. The NWO needed a titillating and sensational “scandal” pointing fingers at those specters known as spooks (who are all but impossible to finger in any corporeal way), in order to give a false sense of credibility to important spooked-up companies which, post-Snowden, have come out with a PR blitz about how they are “standing behind consumers in their struggle against government this-n-that.”
Is Snowden even his real name? Is he even a real person? The FMSM has called him both “Eric” and “Edward,” has portrayed him variously as an employee of the CIA, the NSA, Dell, and Booz Allen Hamilton. Eric/Edward Snowden is no hero — he’s not even a leaker of anything that wasn’t already out in the wild — and any understanding of America’s domestic and international spying history is incomplete without looking into the PROMIS scandal.
PROMIS (Prosecutors Management Information System) was software that a company called INSLAW created for the Carter administration’s Department of Justice. PROMIS enabled users to track individual cases within the court system by searching through disparate databases. After the DoJ received initial copies of the software, though, it turned around and stole the code, sold it to overseas intelligence agencies, then drove INSLAW into bankruptcy — but not before inserting a backdoor into the software which allowed it to spy on the activities of America’s so-called allies.
Bill and Nancy Hamilton, owners of INSLAW and creators of PROMIS, did not realize that stolen copies of their software existed until they received a call from the RCMP requesting versions in French. INSLAW never sold software to the RCMP, and its investigation into how a foreign law enforcement agency obtained copies led them to take on the DoJ, the White House, and the CIA.
Ed Meese, under guidance from then-president Reagan, was the DoJ stooge who orchestrated the PROMIS theft, and Dr. Earl Brian, one of Reagan’s close associates-in-nefariousness, brokered sales to overseas agencies using BCCI’s help to facilitate payments (remember the fraudulent Bank of Credit and Commerce International?). A man named Michael Riconosciuto was responsible for programming the backdoor into PROMIS. Riconosciuto was an employee of both the CIA and Wackenhut Corporation at the time of the theft, a whiz-kid in engineering and technology who now rots in a US jail cell on trumped-up drug charges that were his reward for signing affidavits to confirm knowledge of and participation in the alteration of INSLAW’s software. Riconosciuto asserted that he helped reverse-engineer the software at Wackenhut’s facility on the Cabazon Indian Reserve, near Indio, California.
Besides spying on foreign military and intelligence agencies, spooks also used PROMIS to track international money laundering transactions [note: the doctor has since self-corrected historical misinformation regarding the nature of so-called money], as well as internet activity, all to better manage the American government’s crime syndicate assets. Keeping in mind connections between Laurel Canyon luciferianism and the Homebrew Computer Club, plus the rise of the PC computer industry in the 1970s and 1980s featuring “whiz-kids” like Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, plus CIA-funded activities at the Stanford Research Institute using LSD and other mind-control pharmaceuticals, plus the MIC’s creation of HIV, Gulf War Syndrome and Mad Cow Disease, plus Riconosciuto claims of biological and chemical weapons research at the Cabazon-Wackenhut facility, plus the sudden rise in “mental health issues,” plus the continuing agenda push for “Common Core” subservience toward computers, it isn’t difficult to surmise that PRISM, the current US government data-mining program, is a continuation of the “promise” of PROMIS, and that music festivals like Coachella — which takes place just outside Indio — are giant eugenicist petri dishes.
Indeed, there are direct connections to The Octopus itself. The PROMIS/PRISM story is only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Those main players involved in the theft of PROMIS, the creation of PRISM, and other activities surrounding pharma-technocracy fraud make appearances among the most significant moments and movements of the 1960s through 2010’s, including — just to name a few and in no particular order: hippie “counter culture,” Manson Family, Altamont, Erhard Seminars Training, “444 days plus one October Surprise,” Iran-Contra, BCCI, Lennon’s murder, the murder attempt on Reagan, urban “hip hop culture,” Waco, Heaven’s Gate, Oklahoma City, Whitewater, the invasion of Panama, 9/11, SSRI-cide, “The Cloud,” bitcoin, and the recent ramp-up toward war with Syria, war with Iran, and yet another World War. Do you really think Ben Affleck gave you the straight story about hostages in Tehran? Do you really think Ashton Kutcher channeled Jobsian genius? Do you really think you get what Esalen is all about?
There are no heroes in this latest story, either, no Eric/Edward Snowden, no Julian Sands (alias Julian Assange), no Sibel Edmonds, no Sorcha Faal, no Pepe Escobar — none of the commissioned Change Agents paraded in front of the public as noble (liars) and brave (new world) whistleblowers. There is, however, a long list of dead journalists and others who sit in jail for attempting to expose PROMIS/PRISM, starting with Danny Casolaro, Paul Wilcher, Michael Riconosciuto, and Bill Tyree.
They track you and they drug you, and Aldous Huxley was one of them. They are the NWO.