Why the Snowden Hero/Traitor Debate Is Meaningless | Weapons of Mass Distraction

Why the Snowden Hero/Traitor Debate Is Meaningless | Weapons of Mass Distraction

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Abby Martin goes over the NBC news interview with Edward Snowden, discussing how the entire conversation was focused on Snowden himself, rather than the content of the leaked documents

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  • BuzzCoastin

    considering that he only confirmed
    what everyone already suspected
    and nothing much happened
    except that Nazis consolidated their illdgal powers
    that to no blow back from the sheeple

    Snowjob’s a Meh…

    • Number1Framer

      The big money is on Greenback not publishing this “list of everyone the NSA spies on” for one reason or another as the grand finale of Op Snowed-in. If it does come out, it will be at least a tiny bit incomplete.

  • misinformation

    “I worked for the United States’ Central Intelligence
    Agency. The National Security Agency. The Defense Intelligence Agency. I
    love my country, and I believe that spying serves a vital purpose and
    must continue.”

    – Edward Snowden, written testimony to the European Parliament

    Glenn Greenbacks on the team at Sony Pictures who brought us torture porn:

    “CIA hagiography, pernicious propaganda

    As it turns out, the film as a political statement is worse than even its harshest early critics warned”

    …until they paid him to make a movie out of his book, which of course, is based on documents he possesses which, seem like they belong to the tax payers of the USA. After that, he had a change of heart:

    “I’m very happy to be working with Amy Pascal, Doug Belgrad and the team
    at Sony Pictures Entertainment, who have a successful track record of
    making thoughtful and nuanced true-life stories that audiences want to
    see,”