Normon Solomon: Terminal

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Edward Snowden has provided, in my estimation and that of many others, a valuable journalistic and public service. And he has accomplished what he said he wanted to do: start a public debate on the NSA and its heretofore unknown amassing of our emails and phone messages, et al.  Here's how you can help him.

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When you have to throw yourself on the mercy of Putin, you really are running out of viable strategies.

As such, an endless purgatory at Moscow airport is a fairly suitable penance.

Posted by Guest on Jul. 01, 2013 @ 1:08 pm

How's that spying on the EU diplomatic missions working out ?

Posted by marcos on Jul. 01, 2013 @ 1:22 pm

That's why they call it the SECRET service.

Posted by Guest on Jul. 01, 2013 @ 1:32 pm

Every time these leaks come out, every time that the "partners" of the US get smacked upside the head in public with the realization that they're being dildoized by the US, the more and faster the US's prestige as a reliable "partner" gets flushed down the toilet and the weaker the corrupt empire becomes.

This nation of slackers does not deserve Edward Snowden or Bradley Manning. But I am glad that these brave people are putting their lives on the line to stop the imperial death machine.

That is the kind of selfless action that is the precise opposite of the narcissistic play acting of local activist, not only in form, but it is making a difference, bigger every day.

Posted by marcos on Jul. 01, 2013 @ 1:56 pm
Posted by Guest on Jul. 01, 2013 @ 2:12 pm