Thursday, August 1, 2013 5:14:31 PM
Gerry1of1: If a government is acting treasonous in the world, under a veil of a word like say, freedom; is it really an act of treason for someone to leak documents to the world so that prove that government really is acting treasonous, and that it's veil of freedom is really a cover for it`s evil actions?
What about Edward Snowden, did he commit an act of bravery? Or are you going to side with the government officials in your country that say he commited an act of treason?
They say those who trade freedom for security deserve neither. Are you one of those traders?
Thursday, August 1, 2013 7:32:33 AM
@ Pilot, if you don't want to be called an "idiot" then don`t make idiotic comments. There is nothing "brave" about treason. He didn`t pull anyone out of a burning home. He didn`t save kittens from a well. He copied secret information and gave it away....thousands of times.
If he`s a brave man writing a wrong, then he would have stood up and challenged the action, not snuck around like a c ockroach trying to hide his actions. These are the acts of a coward.