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Daniel Ellsberg and Edward Snowden: A Conversation Video

Posted by Larry Doyle on August 1, 2014 10:24 AM |

“When government fears the people, there is liberty. When people fear the government, there is tyranny.”

Daniel Ellsberg and Edward Snowden are certainly two of the highest profile whistleblowers in our nation’s history. Some might think of these men as traitors. Others would categorize them as national heroes and the ultimate patriots. I am in the camp that when it comes to topics of freedom, liberty, constitutional rights, abuse of power, and corruption, I believe we owe it to ourselves to become as well informed as we possibly can.

Ellsberg and Snowden were recently jointly interviewed. The talk runs a little over an hour. Given the topics covered, I would think it should air in prime time for purposes of generating a national review. Regrettably those ensconced in power and those controlling the airwaves have little interest in that.

With no interest in blindly following those who have been shown to lie, obfuscate, manipulate, and otherwise obstruct the truth, I welcome sharing the intimate conversation between these two whistleblowers that to this point has only been viewed by a few thousand people.

I hope those viewing this conversation will feel compelled to share it with others.

What do you think?

Larry Doyle

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  • Rick

    “Have you feared your Government today?

  • George

    Mandatory viewing for everybody who professes a love for the USA.

    Thanks for sharing it.

  • Dan

    Ellsberg: Nixon as Snowden: Obama

  • Beth Strycharz

    Thanks for sharing, I’m sharing it w/ others. Good information.






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