Thursday, October 16, 2014

Snowden Was Right In Going To Wikileaks

New York Times Whistleblower James Risen demonstrates that the entire political establishment (Democrats and Republicans) were accomplices in covering up domestic espionage. His obvious conclusion: that Edward Snowden was right in publishing his documents in Wikileaks rather than going through established channels. Risen points out that other whistleblowers who first attempted to report to their superiors have paid a heavy price. Risen himself runs the risk of going to jail… as opposed to those who committed the most gross violation of basic constitutional principles. Risen also states that Obama has had the worst track record of any president in blocking the divulgation of information that should be of the public domain because it involves policy decisions which in a democratic society needs to be open to public debate.  Risen discusses all this in his new book “Pay Any Price: Greed, Power, and Endless War.”



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