Advice from NSA Whistleblower on Trusting Your Government

On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks to Thomas Drake, former NSA senior executive and whistleblower, and Jesselyn Raddack, National Security Director for the Government Accountability Project, about whistleblower Edward Snowden about the dangerous climate surrounding classified information in the US, how the extent of the NSA spying program has yet to be revealed, and how the mantra ‘if you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear’, is false.

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  • jamal iraqi

    Such a shame, RT (Fox of Russia), which is a country ruled by an oligarchy and lead by a former KGB agent with blood on his hands; now want to lecture US citizens about how to trust their government… Such a shame how far things went, that now thugs want to lecture the US public about what is the way to go.

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