I stated this at the start, I even stated this on here several times.
If this guy was a real threat and I mean a real threat, he'd be dead. If he had intel that truly comprimised government, corperate or security
interests on a vast scale, he'd be dead.
America operates in EVERY country, just like Britain, there is no such thing as a safe haven for this guy, its BS. I have worked on matters involving
Intelligence before and believe me if they truly feel that there is a threat, you're dead, that's that. What is also worse is that in death, they will
discredit you and steer the public away from any thought of something far more sinister in the works by releasing details about personal life that
will usually be BS. However, with someone like this guy, they could've knocked him off without anyone even knowing who he was, it's that easy for
This guy, thus far, has said nothing that hasn't already been said on here, my own knowledge of government policies and current security measures
aside, he has said nothing that hasn't already been publicly known, even if it was just never made a big thing of in the media to bring it to a wider
You want to look at someone, at least in Britain, who they got nervous of, look at David Kelly and look what happened to him.
This Snowden guy is just playing along to make sure that the public know the government are watching and watching closely, that's it. Its not a
warning to whistleblowers who have access to such a high level of intel, believe me, anyone who does knows full well the consequences for trying to go
public and I place a lot of emphasis on trying.
edit on 11-7-2013 by SecretFace because: (no reason given)