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The Dangers of Telling the Truth: Snowden, Assange, and Manning

dangers of telling the truthOne of them has been tortured; another is surrounded by armed men and trapped; and the third is hiding ten thousand miles away, in fear of his life. And what were their crimes? Telling the truth.

Talk about a sick commentary on the modern world.

For those who didn’t know, Ed Snowden is the young man who released evidence of the US government purposely trashing the Constitution that they swore to protect. Coming on the heels of the press surveillance, Verizon, IRS, and Boundless Informant scandals, his information on project Prism has capped off quite a run. Whether Americans still have the emotional strength to give a damn, or they are simply looking for reasons to believe, is another question, but this young man is a hero of the highest order.

So is Julian Assange and so is Bradley Manning. They released the truth about what they saw happening. And the gigantic operations are threatening their lives because they do not want you to know the truth.

Let me quote Jesus here:

Everyone who does evil hates the light, and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. But he who does what is true comes to the light, that it may be clearly seen that his deeds have been wrought in God.

So, who’s on which side of this issue?

The haters of light proclaim that they see more than you do, know more than you do, and are wiser than you. And they go further: first demanding that you give them your money, and then that you thank them for keeping you in the dark.

What would you think if someone who proposed that to you as a business deal?

Yet, these people proclaim that they are empowered to do dark deeds by the great LAW. When questioned, they quote dozens of statutes and rulings and regulations. Yet, it all crumbles as soon as anyone refers to the original and paramount law. That “supreme law” reads:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.

That paramount law does not say, “unless you have appropriate statutes, or rulings, or executive orders, or international treaties, or other impressive scraps of paper.” It says shall not be violated.

In response, they call you stupid, uneducated, and deceived. Then they will threaten you.

Their threats, of course, have to be taken seriously. After all, they’ve purchased how many billion bullets in the past couple of years? And how many people have they tortured in Cuba? And how many violent, international kidnappings have they undertaken under the more pleasant term of “rendition”?

And they claim to be righteous. Don’t you believe it.

When Snowden, Assange, and Manning walk free, you can reconsider. But until these three truth-tellers are publicly thanked, these agencies – no matter how many dollars and guns and agents they have – are the enemies of light and truth.

[A note to my religious friends: Don't you dare try to say that these agencies are agents of God's will. By doing so, you are calling Jesus a liar.]

Paul Rosenberg
The Dangers of Telling the Truth: Snowden, Assange, and Manning
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  • Philip LaFrance

    I like Mr. Rosenberg’s little comment at the end of his article; [A note to my religious friends: Don't you dare try to say that these agencies are agents of God's will. By doing so, you are calling Jesus a liar.] Some will try because all of these evils we see in our land is a precursor to the “rapture” and it is God’s will. That is why evangelicals are be-
    ginning to worship at the alter of the golden calf; The United States government.

    • Creeper

      It’s true ignorance from any believer that supposes that these evil systems are some how as a result of the God of heaven’s doings……………….stupidity!!!!! I believe that these state leaders see these errors and shure these misguided institutions forward to spout their garbage…………….sickness!!!!!!!

  • pjb1

    Snowden is certainly one of those individuals we can use to separate the wheat from the chaff. People either support Snowden, or they hate him. Use the results to choose your friends and associates appropriately…

  • fodder

    “unreasonable” is defined as “expectation” so i guess when you expect the gov’t to act in a despotic, unconstitutional manner, then it makes it perfectly legal and constitutional… damn their logic.

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