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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  • conwaycaptain

    Maybe Putin will give him his marching orders or order a wet job

    • peterwn

      Do the Russians still put them in mental hospitals and give them horrid ‘treatments’ like administering a drug to cause muscles to spasm? In the 1960’s a French commie who emigrated to USSR got put in a mental hospital. The USSR’s reasoning was impeccable – he tried to organise a strike in his new workplace so he was obviously nuts.

      • DemocKot

        No, not anymore , it was called sluggish schizophrenia which meant you opposed the soviet system so you therefore were mentally ill and so even got drugs for the medical condition…

      • sonya ash pryor

        Socialists in government departments do similar things in New Zealand, and get away with it.

  • G-Man

    Being an ex-cop that ran an intel unit I struggle with the concept these days that everybody must know everything that’s going on and shout that its ‘our right’ or that it’s ‘in the public interest’, well this story just goes to show bollocks to that idea, and for good reason! Maybe now some of those that scream the loudest might just take a breath and re-think that position….but sadly I doubt it.

    • Red

      Agreed. The media insistence on knowing every step the SAS make also seems to be “expected.” Key needs to simply start saying “no comment” in these matters when lives are at risk, as shown today with Snowdens traitorous own goal. While we’re at it, I eagerly await the day a single MS Media outlet in NZ refers to the GSCB or SIS as “security” agencies, as opposed to “spies”. Sadly I doubt that.

      • BG

        Agreed. Just like Clarke did. Funny how the MSM never hounded her to know where the SAS where at every given moment.

        Personally I don’t want to know.

  • no bullswool

    Blood is on the hands of Snowden. They call it the ‘Snowden Effect’ in the intelligence communities.

  • Curly1952

    It is a waiting game. Eventually those who choose to do evil will get found out.
    This gutless chump, hiding in Russia, is too scared to front up. I think you are right Cam he will “disappear” one day

  • mike

    10 U.S. Code § 904 – Art. 104. Aiding the enemy

    Any person who—
    (1) aids, or attempts to aid, the enemy with arms, ammunition, supplies, money, or other things; or
    (2) without proper authority, knowingly harbors or protects or gives intelligence to, or communicates or corresponds with or holds any intercourse with the enemy, either directly or indirectly;
    shall suffer death or such other punishment as a court-martial or military commission may direct. This section does not apply to a military commission established under chapter 47A of this title.

  • caochladh

    Uncle Vladimir should have traded Snowden for the two Russian captives that were held by the murdering mongrel swine and subsequently executed by a twelve year old in their training program.

  • Mark

    In my mind the NSA a reacting a bit like Brer Rabbit and the tar baby. Classic misdirection.
    I bet the moment Snowden came out with all his leaks the NSA initiated some sort of broken arrow protocol, quietly closed that toolbox and went and opened there shiny new toolbox of zero days and exploits. 2013 is along time ago in terms of black/white hat cyber warfare, snowden is so meh whaterver

    • Citizen

      However the countries and companies engaged in intelligence gathering, are the same. So they would know which search engines to stay away from, and how to use software to make themselves undetectable such as VPN. They may not have thought this was necessary if Snowden hadn’t leaked information.

      • Mark

        this is correct and also applies to all the other millions of people/companies who are now less vulnerable to hacks and scams due to their realisation that their opsec was crap. I know a business that that was hit by cryptolocker, they just had to pay up and hope for the keys to their business back

  • Snowden deserves a court martial

    How ever I would love a two for one deal if Snowden happened to meet an untimely end at the hands of a seal sniper and Michael Moores head exploded with leftie impotent rage

  • Wallace Westland

    Sooner or later this little traitor will get wacked and his little buddy Assange not far behind.

    Even hiding in Russia he is not invincible, his actions will seriously not go unpunished even if it’s nothing spectacular and it won’t be.

    The free worlds intelligence services will almost certainly have something in the pipeline, after all it’s important to them that others get the message that his actions in causing the death of your fellows will not be tolerated.

    Or at least that’s what I’d like to think.

    • Bobb

      We will never know…… and that’s the way it should be.

    • mike

      I’d much prefer that he spend the rest of his life in jail.

  • Tom

    It’s times like this I fondly remember Travis’s favourite tshirt:

  • fairymai

    I recall Assange crowing he would be free soon, it was a few weeks before the Townhall Magic Moment of Truth from the told world media he was unwell but freedom was close..always thought .com had conned him also.. promises of money, fame, freedom!
    oh well, that worked Kim eh!

  • Nz front

    Snowden would now be classed as a terrorist then.

    • mike

      No he gets the worst title… traitor.

  • sonya ash pryor

    Snowden and Socialism. Most of the so called private stuff is public anyway. What are they trying to hide? Phones, internet, emails, all public.