Monday, January 13, 2014

Snowden ‘Those UFOs’ Creates Iranian Propaganda.


I believe UFO’s are a real phenomena. I also believe people will go to great lengths to provide one more shred of evidence to prove their own beliefs. Then there are those who use anything to promote their agenda.
The video above is from an interview with NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden by The Guardian. The YouTube user Jon Kelly runs a small portion of the interview backwards to reveal Snowden almost saying “those UFO’s”.
Perfect fodder for a “news” agency to pick up and use for propaganda. This is from Iran’s leading “independent” news agency FARS:

Reports of involuntary secret messages encrypted backwards within human speech have been substantiated by real-world events including one revelation of military-grade intelligence pertaining to the “Shock and Awe” strikes against Baghdad two years prior to the beginning of the illegal U.S.-led 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Transmissions of these messages are detected through the principal of reflection in which audio recordings of human speech are digitally sampled then mirrored for reverse playback and monitoring. The principal of reflection is widely accepted for use in scientific and engineering applications, including the reflector telescope that offers indirect observation of light from celestial objects through the use of a highly-polished mirrored surface.
Occurrences of involuntary speech are further known through incidents of sleep-talking and Freudian slips, which convention dictates occur when unconscious signals override voluntary control of the speech organs to offer what can be highly-revealing statements of otherwise undisclosed truths.
With this understanding of applied reflection used in studies of involuntary human speech one can consider the following excerpt from the Guardian interview of Edward Snowden and the interpretation that follows.
Edward Snowden: “The only thing that restricts the activities of the surveillance state are policy. Even our agreements with other sovereign governments; we consider that to be a stipulation of policy rather than a stipulation of law. And because of that, a new leader will be elected, they’ll flip the switch, say that “Because of the crisis, because of the dangers that we face in the world”, you know, some new and unpredicted threat [emphasis added], “We need more authority, we need more power.” And there will be nothing the people can do at that point to oppose it. And it will be turn-key tyranny.”
So an “independent” journalist watches a UFO video that “obviously” contains a hidden message of false-flag alien attacks. The “journalist” then prepares an article based on a backwards playing of a Snowden interview by gathering quotes related indirectly to the video. Then the article makes it to my alerts as UFO news.
Hosting a site that provides paranormal news, even if it is aggregated, forces me to read a bunch of articles. Due to this I’m suspicious of a tyranny that points a disapproving finger at another tyranny through it’s “independent” news agency.
I am in no way supporting the tyrannical nature of the US Government through it’s unconstitutional use of the FISA court and the NSA. Nor will I support silly UFO/alien connections based on the the rewind of an interview. I can’t help but wonder if this kind of video might be part of the reason we get that look from people. You know, that “you must be a whack-a-do” look.
I host a live two hour paranormal program weekly. I would imagine that if I ran that podcast backwards I could find any number of anomalies such as this one revealed in the video.
As much as I believe that video like this harms the overall message, I love the fact that we have the constitutional right to put that message out there. Since we have that right I will have to continue to weed through “independent” news agency and UFO enthusiast propaganda. I love it. Keep looking up!