Al-Qaeda use Ed Snowden’s leaks to evade surveillance

Ed Snowden, one of Kim Doctcom’s friends, has revealed sufficient security services trade craft in monitoring terrorists, that Al-Qaeda have made a training film to teach the terrorists and interested lone wolf gunmen that have nothing to do with Islam updated methods.

Confirming the fears of Western intelligence agencies, Al-Qaeda has released a new video guide on how to avoid being detected. They based their tutorial on Edward Snowden’s leaks concerning Western spying methods, British media reported.

The seven and a half minute tutorial video made by the Al-Qaeda terrorist organization and released by its media platform, provides a detailed guide on how terrorists can avoid being tracked… The report says that the video gives a list of countries and companies cooperating with intelligence agencies and provides a list of software packages to protect against surveillance.

That’s the same Snowden that has been trying to destabilise a democratically elected Government and influence an election right here in New Zealand.  He did so while on the payroll of Kim Dotcom who had the singular objective to destroy John Key.

What continues to boggle the mind is that the Green and Labour Parties will back clowns like Snowden in the face of clear evidence that instead of being a whistle blower, he is in fact a traitor and a saboteur to western democracies.

Previously, western officials had warned that the sensitive information could play into the hands of terrorists. “The leaks from Snowden have been very damaging, they’ve put our operations at risk,” said head of MI6 Sir John Sawers in November 2013. “It’s clear that our adversaries are rubbing their hands with glee, Al-Qaeda is lapping it up.”

The US State Secretary John Kerry said last May that Snowden had “hurt operational security” of the US telling “terrorists what they can now do to [avoid] detection.”

In June 2013 Snowden, former NSA contractor and CIA employee, uncovered numerous top secret surveillance programs run by US and UK surveillance agencies, as well as the secret Five Eyes cross-border spy pact that authorizes the sharing of intelligence between Britain, America, Australia, Canada and New Zealand.

The coward still lives in Russia.  It won’t surprise me if he comes to a perplexing early end.  After all, many people have indirectly lost their lives because of this nutbar, and as the world is trying to come to terms with the likes of Al-Qaeda, ISIS and Islam related threats to freedom and democracy world-wide, it leaves a very sour taste in the mouth that they can be more effective because of Snowden.


– RT

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