Edward Snowden: “The NSA Wrote Entire Reports” About Using People’s Porn Habits Against Them

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Despite the unfortunate fact that pornography has largely shaped our ideas and perceptions about sex, and might have negative biological consequences, porn websites still rank among the top in the world, and, as we now know thanks to whistleblowers like Edward Snowden, William Binney, and Thomas Drake, we’re not the only ones watching.

In case you didn’t know, Edward Snowden is the former intelligence contractor who leaked information about the NSA’s mass surveillance program, one of multiple clandestine black budget operations that involves a global network of intelligence agencies who can access your phone, computer, email, cameras, and much more.

“A child born today will have no conception of privacy at all,” says Snowden. “They’ll never know what it means to have a private moment to themselves, an unrecorded, unanalyzed thought. And that’s a problem because privacy matters, privacy is what allows us to determine who we are and who we want to be.” 

So, what’s the justification for these mass surveillance programs? A heightened national security state. In the wake of global terrorism and other national security threats, the global elite has made our surveillance out to seem a necessity, a matter of life and death even, and many of us are buying into this view. But that’s all changing thanks to people like Edward Snowden, and the alternative media networks daring to report that many of these so-called threats to national security are actually manufactured by the same ones proposing to solve it.

This has become more clear every single year since 9/11, a classic example of false flag terrorism, which is one method used to justify the heightened national security state and mass surveillance programs. But these tactics have been around for a long time, and people have been calling them out for just as long. As Mark Twain once wrote:

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