While many would disagree, veteran American television journalist Bob Schieffer on CBS News voiced his opinions about NSA leaker Edward Snowden and said that the ex-CIA agent was no hero. He began by saying, “I like people who are willing to stand up to the government.
Yet another organization, this time around, world’s most widely accessed socialist website has pledged to defend the ex-CIA agent, the whistleblower who leaked NSA global spying surveillance program, Edward Snowden.
The World Socialist Web Site and the Socialist Equality Party in a recent report are calling for an international action. They are determined to gather support from students and youth within the United States and from all over the world to come to the defense of Edward Snowden who fled to Hong Kong after leaking classified U.S. intelligence data.
Edward Snowden, the man who has, at least for now, shaken the democratic government of the Obama administration, claimed in a recent interview to a Hong Kong newspaper that the United States has been hacking ‘for years’ into Hong Kong, which is a Special Administrative Region of China.
The whistleblower is an ex-CIA agent fled to Hong Kong in order to escape the Feds grasp after revealing probably the most sensitive set of information that has put a big question mark on the face of the U.S. government. The exposé of top secret National Security Agency’s (global) surveillance programs and tools has established long-time speculations and claims regarding U.S. espionage efforts.
This is indeed a just question and probably an answer as well to Edward Snowden’s immediate escape to Hong Kong.
This incredibly life-like work of art called “Pentateuque” has a phenomenal story behind it as well.
Fabien Merelle says the work represents the first five books of the Bible and how for some, religion and societal expectations can be a great burden.
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Hundreds lined the railings to welcome the well-traveled duck that’s bobbed in the waters of Amsterdam, Sydney and Osaka delivering a message from its creator, Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman.
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101-year-old British-Indian, Fauja Singh, took off to compete in 10-kilometre race in Hong Kong on Sunday, February 24. This run was a celebration of his retirement and marked the end of his competitive running career.
Ah, time travel. The priceless invention we all hoped would be made possible one day, but also knew would probably never happen, despite even the craziest scientists employing their efforts towards it. While Doc Brown almost made us believe one could travel through time in Back to the Future, but now the idea might be nothing but a myth. MORE