Guardian journalists could face criminal charges over Edward Snowden leaks
Street Democracy writes:
Edward Snowden is a hero, a true man in the face of tyranny. He reported evidence of what the public suspected anyway. No one trust’s government.
Terrorism is labelled upon anything and anyone these days. This fictional man made CIA invented attack upon the human race labelled terrorism, is now placed upon all our heads especially if you don’t agree with government.
The act of terrorism is doing anything the authorities don’t like, that’s it.
It is therefore essential we promote realism in journalism.
Report real news and real truth, and individuals doing so, be protected from the corrupt capitalist paradigm and corporate power and honoured for doing so.
Mainstream news is full of dis-information. There is real ‘meat’ in the story, sandwiched by utter bull, both misleading and confusing the public.
The ordinary man and woman have a real inability to confront the political apparatus as the elite retract behind a gated community, taking all policy making with them.
Hidden accounts of events, buried truths and secret operations, are forever growing in our modern world. Our current affairs are filled with lies and deception forever placed amongst real news, that it is our natural right and duty to find and receive truth.
Yet the authorities blatantly breach our privacy, invade our personal space and with warrantless power, spy and intrude upon our lives. Our bodies are violated in the name of security upon innocent peace loving people treated as criminals until proven otherwise.
If the only avenues are our ‘real’ journalist’s then it is important they be able to report without fear. Freedom of speech is at stake, and this cannot commence if fear is generated, you are imprisoned or beheaded for daring to speak.
For more on the attack on our freedom of speech and control of truth click here for the Daily Mail or continue reading.
‘Employees of The Guardian newspaper could face criminal charges over their role in publishing secrets leaked by Edward Snowden, Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism officer has signalled.
Cressida Dick, an assistant commissioner at Scotland Yard, confirmed for the first time that detectives were examining whether staff at the newspaper had committed an offence.
She also told MPs that her officers are looking at potential breaches of a specific anti-terrorism law which makes it unlawful to communicate information about British intelligence agents. The offence carries up to 10 years’ imprisonment.’
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