Edward Snowden, an NSA leaker, asserts that the frenzy over UFOs being shot down over the United States and Canada is a diversion from Seymour Hersh’s report that the United States blew destroyed the Nord Stream pipelines.
U.S. fighter planes have killed at least four unidentified objects in the past week, including one over Alaska that had no motor but was detected at 40,000 feet and interfered with sensors.
According to the White House, the objects were not extraterrestrial in origin, but this rejection did little more than fuel online rumors that E.T. had made a flying visit. A show of force was intended to spare the Biden administration’s blushes regarding the Chinese spy balloon’s observation of the United States.
According to Edward Snowden, the UFO controversy is also a distraction intended to bury the far more embarrassing Seymour Hersh narrative.
Snowden stated that the frenzy was “planned” to deter the media from reporting on the pipeline explosion disclosures.
Last week, Seymour Hersh, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist, wrote a story in which he claimed that the U.S. destroyed the pipes as part of a clandestine operation. According to Hersh’s sources, the explosives were hidden by U.S. Navy divers in June 2022 under cover of a BALTOPS 22 NATO exercise and detonated three months later by a sonar buoy receiving a remote signal.
One source informed Hersh that the conspirators knew that the clandestine operation constituted an “act of war,” with several at the CIA and State Department saying, “Don’t do this.” If it becomes public, it will be a “political nightmare.”
As an addendum to the report, Hersh criticized the mainstream media for condemning him personally rather than exploring the topic in an interview with Radio War Nerd. Hersh was referring to the New York Times and the Washington Post when he stated that it’s astonishing how they fall in line.
Snowden criticized the White House’s denial that it was participating in the pipeline assault by noting that it has rejected earlier false flag operations. Can you imagine any historical examples of a covert operation for which the White House was responsible but forcefully denied responsibility? Snowden tweeted.
Plus, “you know, that ‘mass surveillance’ kerfuffle,” he said.
In an April 1961 UPI news article, Dean Rusk disputed that the Bay of Pigs invasion was “staged from U.S. soil,” telling the media that the Cuban crisis was one for the Cubans to resolve.
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