posted on Jun, 24 2013 @ 04:05 AM
reply to post by darkbake
Lately I have noticed there are two types of posters here in the case of Snowden. The thought out, reasoned arguments and the other side: "Amurica,
F-Yeah! Get that traitor!"
The emergence of whistleblowers like Julian Assange, Bradley Manning and now Edward Snowden means the world will have an increasingly clearer view of
the actual state of affairs,
Pepe Escobar, an Asia Times correspondent in Hong Kong told RT.
“Definitely, we’re going to have a collection of Assanges, Mannings and Snowdens from now on, especially from the US tech geeks who are extremely
uncomfortable with this Orwellian panopticon surveillance thing: not only in the US as we’ve seen some revelations on Britain as well. It is an
Anglo-American thing. Of course everybody is involved in cyber wars, but the forefront is the US,” Escobar argues.
You have Bradley Manning and they throw him on ice, basically naked in a cell for a couple of years and threaten him with the death penalty. After him
you have Assange and now you have Snowden and I only hope more will come out and people will start to listen here in the USSA Stasi 2.0 and grow a
pair of balls to do something about it.
In the end lets not forget that in this dictatorship, with a bunch of congressional high paid whores as window dressing, Warbama is running around
frantically trying to plug the leaks on the dam that's about to burst. He's running out of fingers and toes. The people of America have a right to
know what their gov't is doing to them.
Anyone else here suggesting otherwise is the true traitor to our fine nation, which we once upon a time loved to call the land of the free and the
home of the brave.
edit on 24-6-2013 by johncarter because: (no reason given)