Edward Snowden: What I Have Done Is Costly, But It Was the Right Thing To Do

I respect this man and all others like him with a respect only given to people with this kind of selflessness and desire for the public to know the truth; to be outraged by it, and to demand change. We all need to be like these whistleblowers… If you see something, if you know something… Say it.

roger hollander

 

Roger’s note: what can one say about the Obama US government’s reactions to Snowden and his disclosures?  The panicky reflexes of a dying empire?  Question: should Snowden be flying into exile from Russia, is Obama capable of ordering his plane shot down?  Nothing anymore will surprise me.

 

 

NSA Whistleblower asks for support from international community and human rights campaigners

 

Edward Snowden along with Sarah Harrison of WikiLeaks (left) at a meeting with human rights campaigners in Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow today where he released the following statement. (Photograph: Tanya Lokshina/Human Rights Watch)

Hello. My name is Ed Snowden. A little over one month ago, I had family, a home in paradise, and I lived in great comfort. I also had the capability without any warrant to search for, seize, and read your communications. Anyone’s…

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