Snowden and the U.S.A. Share the Same Shelf Life
by Dave Hodges
June 12, 2013
Edward Snowden’s stark revelations about how the criminal government is collecting information on citizen’s web and phone usage has further exposed the depths of depravity that this government has sunk to.
Snowden Is An American Hero With a Short Life Expectancy
Snowden has sacrificed everything to bring the American people the truth. He has given up his lucrative position, his girlfriend, his home, his family and he is risking his life. If Ambassador Chris Stevens was murdered to cover up the Obama’s gun running to al-Qaeda in Libya and later in Syria, does any reasonable person believe that Snowden’s life is not jeopardy?
Snowden has taken this enormous risk to simply bring attention to the criminal government that live we now live under along with their plans for total enslavement. Ask yourself, if the government was not planning to enslave and exterminate many of us, then why are they going to such extraordinary lengths to determine what is in our hearts and minds by spying on our every move?
Snowden said that he does not want to live in a world where there isn’t any privacy and where everything that he says and does is recorded. Thanks to Snowden, we now know that the U.S. government has been spying on us to a level that most people would not have thought possible.
I was personally stunned at the seriousness of many of the comments made by Snowden in a recent interview. The implications related to his revelations are dramatic and should serve as a warning to the American public that the greatest threat to not only personal liberty, but to life expectancy, comes from this criminal government under a fascist dictator who in all likelihood will use these practices to never leave office.
Make no mistake about it the NSA is establishing the hierarchy of assassination and the list reads something like this, Ambassador Stevens, Edward Snowden and You!
In the following paragraphs, I have listed some of Snowden’s quotes along with the obvious implications.