Dear Friend of America's Survival,
Brazilian federal prosecutors have charged Glenn Greenwald, an associate of traitor Edward Snowden, with having “directly assisted, encouraged and guided” six hackers. They allegedly hacked into the accounts of officials in the Jair Bolsonaro government of Brazil. Bolsonaro defeated a Marxist regime to take power in Brazil through free and fair elections. The Marxists have been trying to discredit and undermine his government ever since.
Greenwald’s record includes collaborating with Leninist groups such as the International Socialist Organization, and Islamist organizations such as the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Muslim Brotherhood front. The Muslim Brotherhood is a global Sunni Muslim movement that seeks to spread Sharia` or Islamic law around the world.
Snowden is a former NSA/CIA contractor who fled to Russia and is now under the control of the Russian intelligence service, the FSB, and charged with espionage by the U.S. The charges against Snowden include violating the Espionage Act, theft of government property (18 U.S.C. 641) and the unauthorized communication of national defense information (18 U.S.C. 793 d). Section 798 of the Espionage Act absolutely prohibits the publication of classified information in the area of communications intelligence. That would include programs of the NSA. The law does not include a loophole for self-proclaimed journalists who cooperate with spies to violate the law.
Snowden depended on Greenwald, formerly with the Guardian and now working for the billionaire eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, to release and publicize his illegally acquired classified information from the National Security Agency (NSA). Greenwald is an American citizen, but lives in Brazil with his homosexual lover, David Miranda, who was accused of espionage for trying to sneak some of Snowden’s documents through Britain. Miranda was detained and questioned for nine hours.
Greenwald was accused of involvement in a business marketing videos on such sites as “hairystuds.com” and “studmall.com.” He claimed the allegations were “personal attacks and smears” and called the gay pornography “adult videos.”
In our book on Snowden, we note:
Glenn Greenwald has an affinity for governments, groups and movements opposing the United States. Greenwald spoke publicly in favor of “weakening” America, saying that al-Qaeda’s 9/11 terrorist attacks were “very minimal in scope compared to the level of deaths that the United States has been bringing to the world for decades—from Vietnam to illegal wars in Central America…” Greenwald described Anwar al-Awlaki, the American al-Qaeda leader killed in a drone strike, merely as “someone who the U.S. government hates because he speaks effectively to the Muslim world about the violence that the United States commits regionally, and the responsibility of Muslims to stand up to that violence.” Al-Awlaki inspired the Fort Hood massacre, in which 13 were killed.
Greenwald's media business, the Intercept, is demanding that Brazil drop the criminal charges against Greenwald.
Greenwald came to our attention in 2009 when he proudly received an award named after I.F. Stone, a leftist journalist exposed as a Soviet agent. Greenwald was also given a Hugh Hefner award in 2014 -- named for the porn kingpin -- for his anti-NSA stories.
For America's Survival,