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Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Whistleblower Site: War Begins In July… Unless…

By Susan Duclos

 The whistleblower site Cryptome has announced that the biggest revelations to date from Edward Snowden will be released, all of them, in July to prevent a massive war.

All the remaining Snowden documents will be released next month, according t‪o‬ whistle-blowing site ‪Cryptome, which said in a tweet that the release of the info by unnamed third parties would be necessary to head off an unnamed “war”.‬

‪Cryptome‬ said it would “aid and abet” the release of “57K to 1.7M” new documents that had been “withheld for national security-public debate...

This came after Glenn Greenwald, who published the very first set of documents stolen by Edward Snowden which revealed the extent that Barack Obama had expanded not only foreign spying, but domestic surveillance on American citizens, promised a release of the names of those the NSA has been spying on, then 8 hours later tweeting "After 3 months working on our story, USG [the United States government] today suddenly began making new last-minute claims which we intend to investigate before publishing."

July is when war begins unless headed off by Snowden full release of crippling intel. After war begins not a chance of release,” Cryptome tweeted on its official feed. “Warmongerers are on a rampage. So, yes, citizens holding Snowden docs will do the right thing,” it said.

Many believe that Greenwald had been silenced by the US government and that is why he postponed his promised "biggest story."

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Cross posted at Before It's News