Our world is rapidly deteriorating to a state where anyone who sincerely attempts to alert people to government crimes will most certainly be persecuted, demonised and be at risk of being assassinated by their own government. In the past, when governments ordered secret murders, they were discreet. However, today, governments are brazenly ordering murders, and even dare to telecast and celebrate the killings. They boast after committing murders and claim they are carrying out justice.
Former U.S. Congressman, Ron Paul, daringly spoke out, warning everyone that the American government may very well be planning to assassinate Edward Snowden for disclosing the PRISM programme to the unsuspecting citizens of the United States, and others around the world. The information Snowden exposed was not new to world leaders, but, it was new to American civilians. In other words, he shed light on how dirty the American government has become. His disclosure was indeed a great service to American civilians, who were unaware that their government was committing treason against them. The American government, in desperate defence of what should be indefensible, is hypocritically calling Snowden a traitor and a criminal. How can he be a traitor if he is trying to rein in an out-of-control, lawless government by enforcing the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution?
When I lived in Vermont, I watched Ron Paul campaign for the Republican nomination for president. He was the only candidate that really tried to do something good for Americans. He was a legitimate candidate for president, and to try to disparage Edward Snowden because he may have donated $500 to Paul's campaign is another dirty trick.
It is very difficult for anyone to speak up for truth because of the real danger of severe and unjust retaliation by bullies in power. If the bullies follow their past regiments, they will unleash propaganda, lies and create false evidence against Snowden to discredit him. This is classic persecution. The government criminals have been cornered and exposed, and they are now more dangerously criminal. They lie to Americans by claiming that the exposure has endangered the nation, which it has not. The only thing it has endangered is the criminals in the government. They will pretend that Snowden has committed treason when they know they are the traitors.
Ron Paul warned that a drone-strike murder of Snowden was a real possibility. This should cause Americans to consider demanding their government step down. Of recent, the UN, NATO and the United States have called on many tyrants to step down. What could better define a tyrant than one who orders extra-judicial killings of its own citizens at home and abroad? These murders, and the possibility of Snowden being murdered too, are the culmination of the American war on terrorism that has stolen nearly all liberties from the American people. Especially since September 11, 2001, the American government has aggressively trod on American rights. The string of abuses of rights is so long that it need not be listed. Everyone in the world is aware of how the United States government is striking terror in the hearts of its own citizens. The American government no longer follows the rule of law – it secretly and despotically follows its own usurping agendas as it steals its own people's freedom and rights.
Americans are uniquely able to demand their government step down if it becomes tyrannical. Their nation was founded on the principle of being able to break away from their mother country, because George III, the King of Great Britain, was a tyrant. In the American Declaration of Independence it is clearly shown that Americans can rightly and legally remove, alter or overthrow their government when it becomes despotic. The following quote from the Declaration proves this to be so:
Americans have a decision to make. Either they support their lawless government, or they alter or remove it. That is really their only choice. Do they wish to be run by tyrants, or do they desire to reclaim their stolen liberty? While this may seem odd to be coming from a non-American, it should be remembered that Thomas Paine was not an American when he called for the American Revolution to right a wrong. Thus, Americans have to decide whether to succumb to tyranny or to demand their liberty.
It is good that certain nations are not succumbing to the bullies in Washington regarding the Snowden case. Snowden is not a traitor, if anything, he is a true American patriot.
I have been subjected to unlawful intimidation and abuse just for supporting Edward Snowden. I am giving fair warning for this to cease. While the Meraendians are only watching for now, if it becomes necessary, they will intervene.