NSA Chief Keith Alexander Awarded nsnbc’s PROSCAR
The NSA Director, General Keith Alexander, was awarded nsnbc’s prestigious PROSCAR (propaganda scare award) for his video, explaining to US citizens and the citizens of the world, including heads of state of foreign nations, that there is absolutely nothing wrong with spying on telephone conversations, e-mail, and other private or professional communications.
Even though Alexander faced stiff competition from CIA Chief Brennan, the balanced tipped in Alexander’s favor because of Alexander’s pedagogical talent and his relentless educative effort in explaining why it is advantageous for the citizens of the United States and the world, to have eavesdropping capabilities already built into their iPhones, Mobile Phones, Computers and Televisions when they are purchasing the product in stores.
Without further ado, here comes the PROSCAR 2013 winning video by NSA Director, General Keith Alexander.
The PROSCAR is awarded for outstanding propaganda. The prize is awarded annually, in January, by the editor-in-chief of nsnbc international.
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The PROSCAR 2013 is the first PROSCAR to be awarded, and it is our special pleasure to award it to General Alexander.