Here's a bit it irony for you: All around the world, and including the citizens of the United States, it seems a majority does NOT want a one world
government, or a world police. This strongly suggests that we want separate nations, separate laws, and citizen loyalty to each his own country.
Along comes Snowden revealing to the world what his own government is doing, and he is applauded worldwide and nominated for a peace prize.
Now, in no way am I saying that what Snowden did was right or wrong. I personally applaud the man for risking it all in order to stand by his own
But, exactly what is it that YOU people want? And, can you have it both ways? If you believe that we are one world and one people, then yes, Snowden
is hero, and actions such as his would move us to a one world government and police state.
However, if you feel that many nations are better than one, then wouldn't you want your government to do everything in its power to protect YOU? If
listening in on communications (even if it's from one American to another) yields one terrorist plot to kill YOUR children, YOUR neighbors, YOUR
fellow citizens, then shouldn't Snowden have kept his issues IN-house, so to speak?
Let's be clear, this thread isn't about Snowden. It's about making up our minds on what WE want for mankind: One world - one people, or many nations
looking out for its own citizens, and then aligning ourselves in accordance to what Snowden did.
Again, a one world Government, One people, must mean that Snowden is a hero. A world of many nations must mean that Snowden is a traitor to his own
Which is it?
edit on 7/17/2013 by jiggerj because: (no reason given)