You know how the media likes to keep “shocking” us all with shocking new Snowden revelations every other week? Independent journalist Jon Rappoport put forth a really good theory on the mainstream media’s continued slow-drip method of releasing Snowden leaks on NSA spying. Because come on — they’re dragging this out longer than the credits for a Pirates of the Caribbean movie. Can it really all be chalked up to sensationalism and journalistic strategy?
Afraid not. Rappaport says it’s a bit more purposeful than that: “It’s all about keeping the NSA story alive, in order that people know they’re being spied on 24/7. That’s the social engineering aspect. That’s the game.”
Check out Rappaport’s full article here: http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2014/03/24/the-story-the-washington-post-wont-print/
What do you guys think?
Oh, and here’s our SHOCKING mainstream media Snowden vid that garnered so much hate here: http://youtu.be/GqvE6aUuQbw
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