The Edward Snowden case could not be more dramatic or more dangerous to American security, and not only because of his revelations about the massive amount of spying the NSA, British Intelligence and others are doing. We recently ran a story on Unknowncountry.com about a group of National Transportation Safety Board officials who are petitioning the agency to re-open the investigation of the Flight 800 crash, saying that the truth is that it was hit by a missile, and that this truth was covered up.
I have known from the first few days that it was hit by a missile, and have never swayed from this conviction. I have known, also, that 911 was, at the very least, allowed to happen, and I suspect that the whole truth is much more damning. I heard but could not prove that the reason that Pierre Salinger was waiting for the plane was that documents that revealed the incontrovertible truth about the Kennedy Assassination were on it and being brought to him. I could not prove that, though, so it went unremarked on our site at the time. I still can't prove it, but somebody had to have a reason to shoot down that plane. It was not likely to have been a terrorist attack. If it had been, why keep the truth secret?
It seems to me that somebody very powerful with access to weapons and the personnel to use them, has been doing some pretty horrible things, and now that this NSA spying story has blown up in their faces, I have to ask the question, 'will they try to terrorize us by allowing or instigating another major attack?' This would certainly end any chance of reducing the power of the intelligence agencies.
I think that these are very dangerous times. These agencies will fight for their power, and the White House will fight by their sides. What kind of a fight will it be, though, a democratic battle in public and legislative forums, or a set-up attack designed frighten us into not only ending this debate, but giving them even more power?