Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Michael Hayden Joins David Baldacci In Demonizing Edward Snowden

Friday, July 19th Big Day For Snowden Bashing

By Lester Friezwheiler CPW News Service
     NPR and CNN doubled down on Edward Snowden, the NSA employee who announced that Americans' personal phone and Internet conversations are being read and stored without just cause.  That charge was denied by both the head of the CIA and NSA, James Clapper and Gen. Keith B. Alexander, both of whom were shown to be lying about the extent of the civilian surveillance program. Former NSA director and CIA Director under George Walker Bush, General Michael V. Hayden, now with the Chertoff Group, said in CNN’s Opinion on Friday, July 19th that “Edward Snowden will likely prove to be the most costly leaker of American secrets in the history of the Republic.”

     Others disagree seeing that Edward Snowden was overwhelmed with the amount of domestic spying the NSA was doing on it own citizens without a warrant.  Frustrated with the misdirection that he was personally witnessing from programs that developed primarily under the George Walker Bush administration and ratified by what was increasingly seen as a Democratic shill when during the same week, President Obama invited George Herbert Walker Bush’s Points of Light Foundation into the White House for a grand photo opportunity.   "That's not afforded other foundations and the question of whether we really are still a republic as Michael V. Hayden claims is seriously in question,” said Dr. Jerry Mander Ng of Rye, New York.
     “Who are you going to believe,” ask Dr. Ng, a specialist in heart arrhythmia.   “A naive young Edward Snowden who David Baldacci says will likely return to U.S. a friendless and paranoid shill for evil Russia, China, Venezuela or Bolivia, or a paranoid Michael Hayden of our increasingly evil empire and who was appointed director of our CIA by a president that sold us WMD’s with a slice of yellow cake and who then ran up the $60 billion Iraq War to a trillion dollars and then sent us the parting gift of Henry Paulson’s panic attack and robbery of the U.S. treasury?”
    Dr. Jerry Mander Ng said his brother, an attorney, recommended that Edward Snowden return to the U.S. and throw himself on the mercy of the American People, trust the court system and his attorney and friends using the Good Will Hunting Defense.  "If Snowden's sent to jail we'll likely have another revolution," said Dr. Ng who recalling that Daniel Ellsberg was called "the most dangerous man in America" not by a Presidential appointee like Hayden, but by President Nixon, would "surely bring renewed freedom, excitement and commitment to the principles that made this great nation proud to be called an American."

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