All the major Jewish activist organizations support the NSA “PRISM” spying operation on the world, a leading Jewish newspaper, the Jewish Journal has pointed out.
In an article titled “The NSA and Jew,” the Jewish Journal says that “Not one major Jewish group made a peep over the revelations of National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance.”
Author Rob Eshman goes on to admit that “even those Jews who wield power through politics or the media Mavenocracy have sided not with the outraged civil libertarians who have called on the NSA to stop mass-harvesting the phone and Internet records of every American citizen.”
(A “maven” is someone very knowledgeable about a topic, hence Eshman’s reference to Jews in the “media mavenoracy” refers to Jewish influence in the media).
The article goes on to point out that the New York Times’s Tom Friedman wrote in his June 11 column that “Yes, I worry about potential government abuse of privacy from a program designed to prevent another 9/11 — abuse that, so far, does not appear to have happened. But I worry even more about another 9/11.”
The article continued:
“The Times’ David Brooks called Edward Snowden, the Booz Allen Hamilton contract employee who leaked the fact of NSA tracking, a ‘traitor.’
“Richard Cohen of The Washington Post said he’s not worried because, as he put it, ‘Safeguards were built in.’
“Even Jeffrey Goldberg, a columnist as clearly, comfortably Jewish as Dan Savage is out, counseled mere restrained concern. ‘It isn’t incompatible to argue for a culture of rigorous civil liberties and acknowledge simultaneously that terrorism poses actual and unique challenges,’ Goldberg wrote in his June 12 Bloomberg View post.
“It is perhaps no surprise that Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, has accused Snowden of treason. But consider Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), who liberal Dems once hailed as Ralph Nader with a laugh track. He dismissed the revelations as unsurprising. In other words, as his Saturday Night Live Stuart Smalley character once said, ‘You’re only as sick as your secrets.’
“So why is it that we Jews, who have a healthy, history-certified paranoia and an abiding concern for the civil liberties of all, have not been marching on Washington over this latest news?
“Here’s why: Much of this NSA tracking began under George W. Bush, as Feinstein pointed out. Most of us were OK with it then. The issue, then as now, is what safeguards are in place.”
“Finally, yes, we Jews also have to admit we’re not reflexively opposed to the NSA tracking, because most of the people they’re tracking are on a jihad specifically against us,” Eshman adds.
In other words, the reason why Jewish Supremacists support the spying, or at least their major activist organizations are silent about it, is because it serves their interests to have everyone spied upon.
This is not surprising as Jewish Supremacist control over American domestic and foreign policy is the primary cause of the terrorist threat in the first place. If America and other western nations were not under the Jewish Supremacist spell and did not support the Zionist state of Israel in its war against the Muslim nations, they would not be targets.
Therefore it makes perfect sense for the Jewish Supremacist overlords to support mass spying: they are responsible for the threat of terrorism and the already massive invasions of our traditional civil liberties.