Nicky Hager reveals that our spies spy…wow!

Nicky Hager’s drip feed of stolen documents via his pals in the NZ Herald continues today.

And todays revelations are that apparently our spies spy.

Our spies monitored email and internet traffic about international diplomats vying for the job of director-general of the World Trade Organisation – a job for which National Government Trade Minister Tim Groser was competing.

The spying operation was active in 2013 and called the “WTO Project” by New Zealand’s Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB), according to a top secret document obtained by the Herald and United States news site The Intercept.

The operation involved covert surveillance of candidates from Brazil, Costa Rica, Ghana, Jordan, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico and South Korea.

The GCSB tasking document which structured the search of internet traffic was designed to look for references to Mr Groser, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) role and his competitors, initially in any online communication but then narrowed to emails.

Oh no, they searched the internet, how terrible.

No. One. Cares.

But here is te problem with these lefty traitors leaking documents stolen by Edward Snowden…they only put their slant on it.

They are upset that the GCSB searched the internet looking for references to Tim Groser…I’ll be you a dollar to a knob of goat poo that the GCSB also did this to help Helen Clark with her bid to head the UNDP.

Nicky Hager would never reveal that information though, even if he had it…because it wouldn’t suit his narrative.

Still it all shows how invested in this David ‘tainted’ Fisher, the NZ Herald and Nicky Hager are.

Journalists? Nah, mouthpieces for enemy.

 

– NZ Herald


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