Today, I’m merely going to link to an article, yet another exposé from the UK’s Guardian about the NSA, the PRISM program that allows it to spy on whomever it wants to whenever it wants and – in many ways – however it wants to, and the total disregard for privacy America now faces at the hands of its own government.
This time, The Guardian is directly interviewing its inside informant and whistleblower, Edward Snowden, who was working for that government up until he decided to go rouge.
I’ll warn you that some of his answers are difficult and some of them I flat-out disagree with. But I believe it’s nevertheless important to hear him out.
After all, he risked a heck of a lot to inform America about what’s really going on with the nanny-stating, disingenuous, opposite-of-helpful, over-bloated government of ours that seems to be moving ever closer to an Orwellian, 1984-style dystopia.