As Oliver Stone’s film “Snowden” premiered this weekend, the surveillance state fought back from a surprising source — the Washington Post.
The Post had been part of the expose’ of crimes of the surveillance state.
But now they have turned on Snowden, whose documents the Post used to get a Pulitzer Prize, saying he should not be pardoned, but punished.
In doing so, the Post is putting their own head in the noose as well.
More importantly, the Post is lying about the significance of Snowden’s revelations and downplaying the danger of corporate/government spying represented by PRISM and the danger of metadata Geospatial Intelligence to “Master the Human Domain.”