Binney, a 36-year veteran of the NSA, detailed multiple aspects of the agency’s current agenda, including its “treasonous” role in lying to judges in order to get unconstitutional domestic spying programs legitimized.
“When the government gets boxed into a corner, where they’re threatened by the test of a constitutionality of any of the programs they’re running, they lie to the courts,” Binney said. “And the courts are letting them get away with it.”
“They are allowing perjury by the government to determine what in fact is tested in the courts in terms of constitutionality. That in my book, is what treason is all about. You are fundamentally going after the foundations of this government and corrupting it. That to me is real treason.”
Despite tireless claims that such programs are used to protect the public from foreign threats, countless leaks have revealed the agency’s true endgame: Total population control.
“It’s being used to set up the way and means to control the population,” Binney said. “I’ve been referring to it as the new Stasi agency because that’s exactly what the Stasi did, they had files on everyone…”
In Stasi fashion, the NSA has begun feverishly spying on its own, fearing further leaks from a growing number of disgruntled employees.
“I know that they’ve instituted programs that get agency employees to spy on one another, which simply means it’s just like East Germany,” Binney said. “You got your neighbors spying on you and here its your neighbors you’re working with and trying to do the job (with). That makes a very unhealthy atmosphere to work in.”