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Edward Snowden on Yahoo


The comments are overwhelmingly against extradiction. Seems that people are stirring to wakefulness at last.

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Thanks for posting that, Cirocco!

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―Emmet Fox

bumping hopefully--


it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

at huffington post

the comments look to me to be mostly against snowden. the obamatrons
there cannot believe his leadership and policies could possibly be wrong. obama and cheney are in complete agreeance, but even that doesn't make the left curious.

there are some great exceptions thankfully

I guess considering the

I guess considering the source is the key here.

Something does puzzle me about Snowden leaving Hong Kong. Why didn't the government complete the request to provide evidence of wrongdoing if they're so convinced he broke the law? Or is this just more BS they can't justify? Seems to me that if the Feds really wanted him that badly they would have complied with the request.

had to prove it wasn't a political arrest

had to prove it wasn't a political arrest.
Most of the world kind of thinks that the USA is spying on everything.
And killing anything it wants
So they don't want to piss USA off because being on the bad side is going to suck.
But to most except to the trolls and Israeli paid hacker's it kind of looks like Political.. so to turn him over is kind of like a inquisition
And it's not like the world has there head in the sand.
I mean broke a law...who's law.. congress they are so on the take.
It's a Bo0z Allen money thing.. who loses here.


Just want what seems to be missing, Truth and Justice for ALL
What is fraud except creating “value” from nothing and passing it off as something?

That makes a lot of sense.

That makes a lot of sense. Thank you.

I think, & this is purely

I think, & this is purely conjecture, that the paperwork was considered "not filled out properly" because the Hong Kong government demanded & did not receive a US answer to Snowden's allegation that the US was hacking Hong Kong.

I concur, but add that with

I concur, but add that with this administration it wouldn't be outlandish to say that they couldn't provide that documentation. They're not the sharpest crayons in the box after all.