Sunday, June 23, 2013

Sherrie Questioning All - Snowden Is A Hero


Snowden is a HERO! U.S. most Criminal Country in the World! China says: U.S. media is government spokesmen.

Snowden is a HERO!  

He has shined the light on how the U.S. government considers every citizen a terrorist and are guilty in their eyes.  He has shown the U.S. government has no regard for the constitution in any way shape or form.  He has revealed how the government is an out of control corrupt organization that has hacked all other country's information.

It is completely disgusting how the U.S. government is completely a rogue out of control Orwellian group!

We are not Free in this country!  

We are chained, watched, lab mice to the U.S. government. 

How it got so far down the rabbit hole I don't know, except that the U.S. citizens are so poisoned from the food, air and water that they don't give a sh** about what is happening.

China is not happy.   The U.S. government accuses China of crimes against humanity and the people there not being "free" and have accused them over and over again of hacking.  Yet the truth was revealed that the U.S. is the most criminal country in the world and doing everything they accuse China of.

An article in China Daily, reveals the fact that they feel the U.S. media are the spokespeople for the U.S. government.  It is becoming glaringly obvious the media is nothing but propaganda and do the bidding of the government.   They shield the government and what they do release is propaganda and out right lies.


Not surprisingly, a member of the audience asked Pruitt why the US mainstream media were sounding increasingly like government spokespersons. Obama's visit to Berlin this week is a case in point, for most of the US mainstream media outlets only reported his call for the reduction of nuclear arsenals and ignored the "Yes, we scan" protesters who greeted him upon his arrival in the city.
In the US, however, the discussion in the mainstream media is often limited to whether the surveillance program has violated US citizens' rights. Very few seem to question whether such invasive surveillance programs on governments, institutions and citizens of other countries are legal or, for that matter, ethical.
Ironically, quite a few mainstream US media outlets have given wide coverage to people like former vice-president Dick Cheney, former NSA and CIA director Michael Hayden, and National Intelligence director James Clapper, while the surveillance program's critics can be heard only on channels such as Russia Today, Al Jazeera, and Democracy Now.
Given such an environment, even some congressmen and experts, known to have an opinion on everything, felt reluctant to speak their minds on the Snowden case at the recent seminars I attended.
At a recent talk attended by international news organizations in the US, many said they were disappointed with the US mainstream media's failure to present both sides of major stories by giving disproportionate time and space to the people they favored. Some media outlets simply choose to edit out serious news and instead focus on sex and murders. A former US news channel anchor, who works for a media outlet in Washington, said he felt his IQ had increased because he no longer had to repeat celebrities' names every day.
Many mainstream media outlets have spent more time and shown more interest in digging into Snowden's personal life than challenging whether the NSA program is a violation of privacy and civil liberties, which should be the main debate.

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