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USA on the hook of Snowden

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Spyware история, "Lone programmer Edward Snowden against the CIA-NSA and the leadership of the United States," acquires the features of the dissident tragedy of the second superpower of the world. Snowden, who is in Moscow, continues to disturb, of course, but the State Department’s headache has a different origin: who will be the next Snowden?


Judging by the official press releases, the incident with the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, the American intelligence community was struck by paranoia. You can imagine what is happening now in the NSA! All programmers and bespectacled - under suspicion, all - not visiting. The choice is awful: to transfer everyone to the barracks situation, or, recalling the Soviet experience, to open scientific "sharashki".

To endanger the life of the president of some Bolivia there is no problem. But "get" Snowden from Sheremetyevo - "impossible mission". And “liquidating” Snowden is also not an option. Killing him in Russia and blaming Russia is a CIA style trick, but risky, and, in fact, useless. Snowden will become a hero, a myth, the shadow of Hamlet’s father for the state bosses.

American propaganda is doing everything possible to expose Snowden at home as a traitor and enemy of the state, but this time it does not achieve its goal: more than half of Americans are against the prosecution of Snowden, and approve of his actions, and many consider him a hero! Americans, with so many times brainwashed, do not believe the native press! Snowden is believed to have reported on US global surveillance of the world for patriotic reasons.

In foreign policy, the American strategy of “the world struggle for human rights” collapses. Snowden declassified precisely this “struggle” - the extent of surveillance by the NSA-CIA. Violations of human rights by American intelligence services in America and in the world turned out to be stunning imagination, reminiscent of a worldwide matrix from the movie of the same name.

A whole continent - Latin America is consolidated, and openly opposed the dictates of the United States, which organized the seizure of the plane of the President of Bolivia. Which showed the world, in turn, how easily the US tramples on international law.

European allies of the United States compromised, humiliated by the slave situation in which they found themselves, and harbored a grudge against the owner. The rift in the minds has run, and it will only widen, no matter what the vip-managers of the Old World say.

Putin is leading the Snowden party, it seems flawless. His gem that Snowden must “stop harming our American partners” in order to get asylum in Russia will go down in the history of diplomacy. Like, everything they could do for America, they did ...

Surprisingly, the US State Department, in the best traditions of the Central Committee of the CPSU, is doing everything to get bogged down as deep as possible in the dissident quagmire, continuing to stupidly insist on the immediate extradition of Snowden for a fair reprisal. There is not enough intelligence even to take a pause ... This is a sign of the strongest hysteria in the "higher spheres" of the USA, when the mind completely refuses.

Snowden-2 (or Assange-3, according to another classification) will be a catastrophe for the credibility of US globalizers. Russia must do everything in its power for this catastrophe to occur. It’s just our duty to honor their brazen demeanor for decades. With this we will help the real patriots of America, such as Snowden.
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  1. experienced
    experienced 15 July 2013 08: 34
    +9
    Rather, Snowden is "bait" on the hook the US is using. Only there is not catching, but some kind of mockery, it's like beckoning a dog with a bone and not giving it, it gets mad, splashes of saliva fly, bites strangers, but cannot get there hi
    1. krasin
      krasin 15 July 2013 08: 39
      +5
      Snowden Snowden Snowden !! Yes, drop him somewhere or let him live with us !!!

      I am more concerned with the question, “What will the liberalists do with our science ???? Something fell silent!”
      1. smel
        smel 15 July 2013 09: 34
        23
        Russia must do everything in its power for this disaster to happen. It is simply our duty of honor to their arrogant behavior for decades.
        Amazingly correct words
        1. Philemon
          Philemon 15 July 2013 18: 46
          +1
          I AGREE!!!
    2. Dinver
      Dinver 15 July 2013 13: 48
      +6
      I came across an article that Snowden has "something" that can lead to civil war and riots, the author suggests that this is due to the last two terrorist attacks in the United States. And all this spitting towards international law only reflects a gesture of despair
      1. Philemon
        Philemon 15 July 2013 18: 52
        +1
        An interesting thought ... Indeed, tan somehow suspiciously painfully reacts to the seemingly, well, not the most "with a famously twisted plot," the series ...
  2. Canep
    Canep 15 July 2013 08: 34
    22
    Yes, the story of Snowden showed the whole world what American democracy is and who is who. Everything has gotten out, and the Americans will have to wash off for a long time. And the more they jerk on this hook, the more the godfather flies to the fan.
    1. vlad767
      vlad767 15 July 2013 10: 03
      +3
      Soon, other Snowdenes will appear in the United States, who will show their nature to citizens, and then the State Department will definitely not be greeted. smile
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 15 July 2013 10: 09
        11
        Quote: vlad767
        More Snowden will appear in the US soon,

        They will be if Russia grants political asylum to Snowden. We have a large world, many countries in it, but there is no place to go except Russia request
        1. Canep
          Canep 15 July 2013 10: 39
          +5
          It would not be a bad idea to create a fund named after Snowden, and to provide political asylum to all future Snowdens, and to provide their living in Russia from this fund.
          1. Philemon
            Philemon 15 July 2013 19: 12
            +1
            Very good thought.
        2. sergey261180
          sergey261180 15 July 2013 15: 51
          +2
          Quote: Alexander Romanov
          We have a large world, many countries in it, but there is no place to go except Russia

          And North Korea, Iran, Syria, Belarus.
          1. cdrt
            cdrt 15 July 2013 21: 58
            0
            As it’s possible to live from all of the countries listed above, it’s possible only in Belarus, well, here
    2. Mizhgan
      Mizhgan 15 July 2013 10: 17
      0
      Quote: Canep
      showed the whole world what American democracy is

      Now, American democracy has received a synonym - Dermocracy.
    3. cdrt
      cdrt 15 July 2013 21: 56
      +1
      Zugzwang in crystal clear form wink
      And they jerk - they’re not used to the fact that they may have dissidents and the people don’t reject them
  3. Bort radist
    Bort radist 15 July 2013 08: 42
    0
    "Lone programmer Edward Snowden against the CIA-NSA and the US leadership"
    I do not believe that Snowden is a loner Don Quixote. Behind him is a powerful organization, all as if by notes. The states are trying to improvise, but on the opposite side all the moves have already been recorded.
    1. Bort radist
      Bort radist 15 July 2013 08: 52
      -5
      I won’t even comment wassat
  4. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 15 July 2013 08: 51
    10
    Putin is good at it - pulling the Americans by the mustache. Over the past six months, he really brought the Americans (and the whole West, by the way) to hysterics - the S-300 was either sent, then not sent, Snowden will be given, then not given away ... now with gas and oil reserves - now a little, then enough (but it will be necessary - we will add more). Obama is hysterical, calls Putin at night: "Vova, don't ruin, give Snowden ... The funniest thing is that all of Snowden's assets are now in our hands, Snowden promised to keep quiet, which means that the United States is no longer on his hook , and we have )))))
    1. xmel2003
      xmel2003 15 July 2013 10: 18
      +4
      "Clever", when we have night - in the United States, day. Do you often call your supervisors when they sleep?
    2. Philemon
      Philemon 15 July 2013 19: 16
      +2
      You write well, I liked it. Smiled!
  5. Deniska999
    Deniska999 15 July 2013 08: 52
    +2
    Well, let's leave it to ourselves?)
  6. IRBIS
    IRBIS 15 July 2013 08: 56
    +4
    It seems to me that everything here is "a little" more complicated. Here I was at my leisure, drawing squares, arrows and thinking a thought. One thing confuses me - this guy knows too much too secret. Judging by the reaction of our people, it also worries them. Hence such a reaction. The Chinese hastened to get rid of, Russia does not accept such a "gift" ... The path of this "Trojan" horse - Snowden, China - Russia - ... also makes you take a closer look. In general, the major world players did not accept such a "gift" from the United States, showed restraint and pressed their cards to their chests. If this type is a misdirected person, then now everything should decline, turning into a sluggish exchange of all kinds of notes and protests. The meaning of Project Snowden will become clear much later.
    1. Login_Off
      Login_Off 15 July 2013 15: 09
      +3
      Snowden did not choose China and Russia instead of Assange for good reason, these are 2 players who can really confront the United States. But what was miscalculated is that the Chinese cyber-spy network is not nearly worse than in the USA. But Russia is in many ways ahead of spyware and protection against it. Almost everyone can intercept (sniff), but decrypt it, filter out the pile of garbage by importance, for this you need software and here Russian developments (I’m not afraid of this) are ahead of the planet.
      Thus, both in China and in Russia there is something to hide. There is no reason to leave Snowden and conflict with the USA, not this field, everything that he says and so everyone knew or assumed.
  7. strange and pretty meaningless
    strange and pretty meaningless 15 July 2013 08: 57
    +9
    USA on the hook of Snowden, Chapman herself asks for a hook. Ah yes Snowden. Mighty his hook wassat
  8. bomg.77
    bomg.77 15 July 2013 08: 58
    +1
    Something a lot is being written about Snowden. On the day two three articles concern Snowden
  9. erased
    erased 15 July 2013 09: 00
    10
    Register Snowder as a tribe to Putin, marry Champan, give Grozny a residence permit near Kadyrov and send Shoigu to scientific companies. And remove the topic from the first pages. And then so unobtrusively tired ...
    1. Bashkaus
      Bashkaus 15 July 2013 20: 10
      +1
      Class- I can’t laugh)))
  10. Whale
    Whale 15 July 2013 09: 00
    -8
    Surprisingly, the US State Department, in the best traditions of the CPSU Central Committee,


    The author hates kpps with the same force as he loves usa
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 15 July 2013 22: 01
      0
      Well, it was the Central Committee of the CPSU and its comrades who actually destroyed a country like the USSR
  11. Predator-74
    Predator-74 15 July 2013 09: 01
    +6
    The situation with Snowden is twofold, maybe he is a "sent Cossack", maybe he really is a "fighter for the truth," I think Moscow will sort it out. The most important thing is that from the very beginning Putin has been withdrawing the dividends from this incident and will withdraw the dividends in any scenario along the way. It is most interesting to observe how the secret services and the entire US State Department are struggling in powerlessness to change anything and thereby further aggravate their "unenviable" position.
  12. individual
    individual 15 July 2013 09: 04
    +2
    Snowden, like Assange, is not a loner.
    Working in the most sophisticated web of US surveillance is not possible to make intrigue alone. The octopus released only two tentacles and the whole world stuck to them.
    The show will continue. Snowden and Assange did not say everything and will not say everything, saving an "ace in the sleeve" for control of the situation and their safety.
  13. lewerlin53rus
    lewerlin53rus 15 July 2013 09: 05
    +7
    Yesterday, a hint slipped through the media that Snowden has something that could deliver the most powerful strike in the history of the United States. What could it be? And these are clearly not military secrets. I would venture to assume that this, for example, is information about the involvement of US special services in the terrorist attacks in Boston and on September 11.
    1. IRBIS
      IRBIS 15 July 2013 09: 18
      +2
      Quote: lewerlin53rus
      What could it be? And these are clearly not military secrets. I would venture to suggest ...

      That he saw it here, at Sheremetyevo, on TV, on the REN-TV channel, when he met Chapman in absentia. In her program "Secrets of the World" you can see something that is enough for both America and China ...
      And if Snowden also watched "Military Secret", now he is - a really dangerous carrier of secret "lethal" information.
      1. lewerlin53rus
        lewerlin53rus 15 July 2013 10: 35
        +3
        Well, the speculations of journalists are one thing, the documentary evidence is different. Nevertheless, he has something, not for nothing that amers boiling water over their thighs. They have clearly already analyzed what kind of info this bespectacled man can have with him.
        1. hommer
          hommer 15 July 2013 12: 17
          +4
          Quote: lewerlin53rus
          I would venture to suggest that this, for example, is information about the involvement of US special services in the terrorist attacks in Boston and September 11.

          Quote: lewerlin53rus
          The speculations of journalists are one thing, the documentary evidence is another. Still, he has something,


          Your version has a right to exist. In any case, Snowden knows something that is comparable in importance to the secrets of September 11th, and the publication of such facts is simply a bomb for the United States.
          The reaction of the US rulers is too hysterical, disproportionate - they bit the bit, the Europe was publicly humiliated, the argument is awkward, sewn with white thread!
          This guy definitely knows something like that.
          1. Bashkaus
            Bashkaus 15 July 2013 20: 18
            +2
            This guy definitely knows something like that. If he knows something "such" then the amers have only two options:
            1-above have already said that when the day is in the USA, we have night, why did Obama call at night? Apparently, he wanted to do something very pleasant to Putin before going to bed and agree that Vovchik would be silent.
            A 2-terrible tragedy, a coincidence, a passenger Boeing-747 with 400 passengers on board and ten tons spent on approaching at Sheremetyevo, the wing fell off, the elevator wheel jammed and it completely uncontrollable crashed into the terminal building, into the akurat where the transit zone is located. According to the law of the genre, all passengers died.
  14. user
    user 15 July 2013 09: 20
    0
    You are just like children, if he knew anything, ours will gut him.
    But in his great awareness, HUGE Doubts
  15. Grbear
    Grbear 15 July 2013 09: 27
    +6
    “Stop harming our American partners”
    - It's elegant, but I liked it more, shortly before that, piglet haircut description. Folk wisdom in the diplomatic service!
    1. AVV
      AVV 15 July 2013 10: 19
      +5
      By piggy, did he mean the states ?! That little wool and a lot of stink! Class!
  16. Knizhnik
    Knizhnik 15 July 2013 09: 31
    +6
    Europe is badly discredited. Sorry for the tautology, but shame on all of Europe
  17. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 15 July 2013 09: 50
    0
    And why feel sorry for the amers, because their whole stupid history they had no greater concern than to destroy Russia, so what's the matter: "... the debt in payment is red." As in one film about the attempt on Hitler: "Hey, somebody! Help old man "! And why make noise to the whole world, well, I got into the city ... oh and sit, don't tweet!
  18. Zlodeey
    Zlodeey 15 July 2013 10: 00
    11
    US disappointed by Snowden meeting with Russian human rights defenders
  19. Ivan_Ivanov
    Ivan_Ivanov 15 July 2013 10: 13
    -2
    Russia is becoming stronger, getting out of control. Consequently, Russia again needs to be fully controlled. To do this, the enemy wants to start a new cold war. This will rob Russia by arresting and expropriating funds in non-Russian banks. This will allow them to lower the Iron Curtain, deprive Russia of the influx of a lot of things: technology, materials, currency and other things. But Russia formally fulfills the basic democratic principles. Therefore, you need to come up with, or better create another reason for the Cold War and the justification of its validity in the eyes of its citizens.

    Snowden is a weighty enough brick to create such an occasion.
  20. Rashid
    Rashid 15 July 2013 10: 34
    +4
    In this story, from the very beginning I was interested in the reaction of our human rights defenders, they found themselves in an interesting position - it seems that you need to protect Snowden as a hero, at the same time, it’s somehow not good to go against your sponsor master. Alekseeva immediately declared the guy a criminal who should be extradited to the United States, Latynina also spoke in the same vein that he was a criminal. And to gather this audience in Sheremetyevo so that they express sympathy for Snowden is generally a beautiful combination. In general, while the ball is on our side, I do not think that Putin will miss the enemy goal.
    1. Ivan_Ivanov
      Ivan_Ivanov 15 July 2013 10: 39
      +3
      In fact, the "human rights defenders" -grant eaters at first started shouting that Russia should protect Snowden and give him asylum. (There have been many comments that if they shout that Snowden needs to be given shelter, then he should not be given shelter). Then, they began to shout that he should be extradited to the United States. After that, they arranged a meeting with Snowden and they again began to say that he needed to be given shelter.

      Somewhere like that.
  21. RussianRu
    RussianRu 15 July 2013 10: 38
    +1
    Few people already believe in the State Department's words about freedom, democracy, and human rights. More and more people are wondering; Who gave the right to the masons to bring "democracy" to other countries. The Massons put themselves above God. They rule the courts according to their own world at their own discretion, regardless of other people's opinions, mentality, and traditions. My answer is simple. For the "American Dream" to live, you need to create chaos somewhere, so that some other dream is not born. The fact that in the USSR there was free medicine, education. For them, this fact was not written into the principles of the "American Dream".
  22. Manager
    Manager 15 July 2013 10: 49
    +1
    A year will pass and everyone will forget about him, as well as about Asange. He will live in the embassy of some sort of banana republic. And the offended geyropa will forget all insults, because I want to eat.
  23. ZU-23
    ZU-23 15 July 2013 10: 51
    +1
    good truthful article, america in a panic.
  24. vadson
    vadson 15 July 2013 10: 52
    +1
    I propose to look at the problem from the following angle:
    1) the United States has long been discredited, they do not care about everything and at all while on the hill there is no way to rake, hello to the plane over Europe. Yes, and for most it is no secret that tracking traffic on the Internet is not such a big problem, for the state structure it is not a problem at all. so what Snowden said is still a trifle
    2) the thought came - why the United States can not calm down on his account. What can he know? Obama spent material, he does not care, he stupidly spends the last walker :-) then someone else is boiling, who? the one who can lose something because of the publicity of information. turn on the brain, the crisis in the yard, budget cuts, trillion debts, if now infa pops up from snowden that a handful of people around the world have accumulated tens of trillion bucks and say where exactly and who it is, and that all the problems in the world are because of them? I won’t envy them, but for ordinary people already bought plastic bags and cartridges.
    3) Snowden can frustrate plans to create the powerful of this world world government, they also do not need it. there is a saying we have the whole city sleeping under one blanket, raise the blanket - a mess. if Snowden picks up a blanket of these elites for a simple layman, he discredits all politicians, it will be fun here, it seems to me that in many countries the military will immediately come to power
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 15 July 2013 11: 00
      +2
      Yes, Obama really is not anyone, their presidents are generally none or who, probably only Kennedy was a normal real president, for this and scumbags shot. I also agree with your comment, in principle, an article about the same)))
  25. Smersh
    Smersh 15 July 2013 11: 19
    +2
    I'm sure he hasn’t told a lot yet
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 15 July 2013 11: 23
      0
      Yes, everyone already knows everything, he just confirms)))
  26. Irtysh
    Irtysh 15 July 2013 11: 20
    -3
    Snowden is a brilliant project designed to unite the Western World around America, to de-criticize Russia and impose sanctions on it, to try to disrupt the Olympics. Under this mute, start financing militants in the Caucasus and all that.

    But something went wrong. Edik fell into the wrong hands and everything went awry. Obama has a pale appearance, human rights activists are silent and are afraid that the flow of grants will end, Latin America is brutalized, Europe has begun to ask uncomfortable questions. Something amerskie analysts messed up, not otherwise.
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 15 July 2013 11: 25
      +5
      Now not one more such Edik will be)))
  27. pawlo77
    pawlo77 15 July 2013 12: 50
    +1
    will be. kebab from americos will be !!! ))))
  28. gregor6549
    gregor6549 15 July 2013 12: 55
    -6
    From the point of view of any normal person and citizen, Snowden is none other than a defector and a traitor. He gave a subscription not to disclose the secrets entrusted to him by his state and violated this subscription. There were enough such defectors both in Russia, and earlier in the USSR and all of them, even if in absentia, but quite rightly sentenced to long terms or to death.
    In theory, Russia should not hesitate to hand him over to the United States and thereby give a signal to its traitors who had not yet escaped, "You guys cannot run far," and receive guarantees from the United States and its allies that the same will happen to the Russian traitors.
    There is no particular sensation in the fact that the United States monitored everyone it could. All states have done and are doing so without exception. Intelligence, including the intentions of its own allies, is one of the components of politics, both external and internal
    1. Login_Off
      Login_Off 15 July 2013 15: 28
      +6
      here you are mistaken. The USSR, for example, expelled and stripped citizenship only of human rights defenders (Sakhorova and others). Yes, they planted and killed, but those who revealed the secrets of weapons, blueprints, etc.
      What do we have with Assange and Snowden? these are dissidents of the times of the USSR, who say what everyone knows already (but not residents of the USA and Europa like the USSR) ... and what are the USA doing? Instead of expelling them, they try to obtain their extradition and shoot them. Now remember that the USSR demanded the extradition of dissidents? No, they were simply stripped of their citizenship.
      1. gregor6549
        gregor6549 15 July 2013 16: 40
        -7
        I do not agree. A dissident is a person who does not agree with the policy of his state and expresses this disagreement in various ways, including publicly, but is not allowed to any secrets of this state, or at least does not disclose them. Sakharov, for example, was a dissident, but he did not merge any atomic secrets of the USSR.
        And here we are dealing with the disclosure of confidential and secret information that belongs to the state, is not subject to disclosure. At the same time, the person who undertook not to disclose it and agreed to criminal prosecution if he disclosed this information violated his obligation. What the hell is this dissident. This is a traitor and a criminal in its purest form. A similar criminal was that American soldier who was leaking secret information of his country to Assange and he published it on the internet. Therefore, you can put as many minuses as you like, but I will not change my opinion. Traitor he is a traitor in Africa.
        1. cdrt
          cdrt 15 July 2013 22: 24
          +5
          But what if a citizen finds out that his government violates the supreme law of your country ??? Neither rulers, nor intelligence, nor (!!!) legislators have any right to violate the Constitution, none of their laws ???
          Not a traitor, but a dissident
    2. poquello
      poquello 15 July 2013 20: 43
      +4
      "From the point of view of any normal person and citizen, Snowden is none other than a defector and a traitor. He signed not to divulge the secrets entrusted to him by his state and violated this subscription. There were enough such defectors in Russia, and earlier in the USSR."

      Well, then you are in a white suit, somehow I justify Snowden more satisfied

      "I believe in the principles announced in 1945 at Nuremberg:" Individuals have international obligations that exceed the national duty of obedience imposed by an individual state. Therefore, individual citizens must violate national law to prevent violation of the law against peace and humanity. "

      Accordingly, I did what I think is right and started a campaign to rectify the commission of the offense. I did not try to get rich. Not keen on selling American secrets. I did not cooperate with any foreign government to guarantee my safety. Instead, I told what I know to the public so that what affects us all can be discussed by all of us in the light of the day. And I asked the world of justice.

      The ethical decision to inform the public about espionage, which affects all of us, has cost me dearly. But it was right and I'm not sorry. "
    3. cdrt
      cdrt 15 July 2013 22: 21
      +1
      Either the USA got us our defectors ...
  29. svoboda1970
    svoboda1970 15 July 2013 13: 09
    +1
    Question: what's in the black box? bully
  30. Clueless
    Clueless 15 July 2013 13: 19
    +3
    in fact, what did he become a traitor? he actually left the private office that executed the contracts for the CIA - and now it’s not an article, he’s the CIA employee (he used to work there before the private office)

    and the whole thing is boiling over it just from these private offices, because they’re doing it with media, they serve many countries and companies - and now they can close this shop, most likely they will close it, or cut it
    1. gregor6549
      gregor6549 15 July 2013 13: 32
      -3
      Not so simple. A private company performing work under contracts for the CIA, etc., of the state "offices" signs a commitment that all its employees, permanent and temporary, will keep all the secrets of their client and prevent them from leaking. Moreover, not every private company will be given such a contract, but only a verified and officially obtained admission to state secrets. So the responsibility of such "private traders" is no lower than that of the corresponding civil servants.
      1. Cat
        Cat 15 July 2013 23: 10
        0
        Quote: gregor6549
        Not so simple. A private company performing work under contracts for the CIA, etc., of the state "offices" signs a commitment that all its employees, permanent and temporary, will keep all the secrets of their client and prevent them from leaking. Moreover, not every private company will be given such a contract, but only a verified and officially obtained admission to state secrets. So the responsibility of such "private traders" is no lower than that of the corresponding civil servants.

        The nuance is that all these tolerances for state secrets are a kind of lottery: the person first gives a non-disclosure subscription, and only then will he know what exactly he should not divulge... This is where the options begin: it's one thing to know that by means of some, albeit very slippery, methods, a goat's face is being prepared for a "probable enemy" - and quite another, when similar methods are applied to their own citizens in general and a specific sencret carrier in particular (or to his relatives, friends, etc.). And the fact that all this is being done allegedly in order to prevent terrorist attacks - so the secret carrier, thanks to its admission, could well have stumbled upon information about who is really behind these attacks, and not officially. Further - it all depends on personal moral principles: one will remain silent, so to speak, "pass", but the other may take offense and try to take revenge. That, in fact, we see on the example of a particular Snowden.
  31. Victor Kamenev
    15 July 2013 14: 27
    +3
    Whether Snowden has some amazing facts, or not, is important, but that is not the point. It doesn't matter whether he is someone's "project" or not. His example shows that in America a critical mass of its own dissidents has formed, who are no longer afraid to tell the world their truth. He violated the "nondisclosure agreement," of course, but acted in accordance with the letter and spirit of the American Constitution.

    It is impossible to refute, and this is Snowden's strength. The State Department went along with its "hawks" and began to demand the return and public punishment of Snowden in order to warn other Snowdens. This is understandable to everyone, but it was foolish to think that Russia, and even in the person of Putin, would betray Snowden and thereby put an end to the dissident movement in the United States.

    Russia's defense of Snowden is the defense of the dissident movement in America and in the West in general, this is a new era in international relations that will be determined by this new political force. This means that America is on the verge of an acute domestic political crisis, and Putin will not let it get out. The political of globalism has suffered a strong, maybe even a knockout blow, and not without the help of Obama and his comrades!
  32. Sirjey
    Sirjey 15 July 2013 14: 30
    +3
    "E. Snowden stole the staffing table of the American special services"
    http://top.rbc.ru/politics/15/07/2013/866018.shtml

    This is why the Yankees are apparently furious ... I think this is more than enough for panic. The question is also that the amers are afraid of losing their superpower status, which was shaken to a large extent after Snowden was safely released from China, safely kept in Sheremetyevo and I am sure they will just as safely leave us under the guarantees "that it will cease to harm our American partners." ))))) They cannot influence it and the whole world sees it, and in addition to the situation around the search of the Bolivian plane, they simply look like "a fish washed ashore."
  33. Enot-poloskun
    Enot-poloskun 15 July 2013 14: 38
    +1
    We are waiting for the publication of compromising material on the NSA-CIA-USA- "world government"!

    I wonder what is there Snowden digging?

    By the way - what is the probability that this whole story is a well-played provocation of the Americans? Maybe experts speak out?
    1. individual
      individual 16 July 2013 08: 17
      0
      Snowden is tired of nonsense about free America.
  34. Enot-poloskun
    Enot-poloskun 15 July 2013 14: 40
    0
    I also want to ask - why did the Chinese miss Snowden, if he is so important?

    Or did the Chinese really get scared of the USA?
  35. Cynic
    Cynic 15 July 2013 14: 48
    +1
    A little pathetic, but the Almighty with this.
    Only _ Why do the Yusovtsy Snowden in Russia ?!
    What is their interest?
    That's just about freedom of movement, freedom of speech is not necessary.
  36. Muadipus
    Muadipus 15 July 2013 16: 47
    +1
    Quote: bomg.77
    Something a lot is being written about Snowden. On the day two three articles concern Snowden

    Yeah! It also worries me. As if to not miss any other news ...
  37. Djozz
    Djozz 15 July 2013 17: 37
    +2
    Two clucks, old Alekseeva, a US citizen and a gray, like a fireman's pants, Latynina, a graphomaniac, are working out grants. Snowden, a litmus test of our "human rights activists"
    1. crambol
      crambol 15 July 2013 20: 02
      +2
      And the step with the invitation of "human rights defenders" was excellent. Now they will shut up for a long time!
      As for grants, I do not agree. This is not grants, but the payment for which they pour on us.
  38. soldier's grandson
    soldier's grandson 15 July 2013 18: 22
    -5
    Snowden is an ordinary American malefactor from the CIA and does he need him?
    1. Djozz
      Djozz 15 July 2013 18: 24
      +2
      You listen a lot to "Echo of Matzo"
      1. soldier's grandson
        soldier's grandson 15 July 2013 18: 28
        -1
        I don’t listen to anyone at all and I don’t know such a name
  39. andrei332809
    andrei332809 15 July 2013 18: 38
    +2
    it’s clear that the matter is dark. the background of all this booth our descendants of the years through 50 know. and then maybe
  40. Philemon
    Philemon 15 July 2013 18: 56
    +1
    Strange, but what, is the word "tan" prohibited on this site? My moderators banned him a little higher in the comments.
  41. Philemon
    Philemon 15 July 2013 18: 57
    0
    Okay, how else can you affectionately call our "partners"?
  42. Philemon
    Philemon 15 July 2013 19: 10
    0
    I'm in shock ... My respected site, banning my posts, where I, in general, even literary, speak about our overseas "partners" in light slang. Maybe the giants influenced objectivity here too? And I also doubted about Alekseeva ... Hike, the dollar is the head of everything. Have survived. And how deep has it already penetrated into our lives?
  43. poquello
    poquello 15 July 2013 19: 49
    +2
    The people, excuse me, have not read anything yet, I lay lying with laughter, as ours is being pulled.

    "He arrived in our territory without an invitation, he did not fly to us, he flew in transit to other countries. But as soon as he was in the air, it became known, and our American partners, in fact, blocked his further flight," he said at a meeting with students in the field student archaeological camp of the Russian Geographical Society.

    “They themselves scared all other countries, no one wants to take it, and thus they, in fact, blocked it on our territory,” Putin said.
  44. Boricello
    Boricello 15 July 2013 19: 53
    +1
    Snowden is certainly a good bunch of g .... fake amer. But the position of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the President personally (and I respect him.) Upsets and disturbs me. It turns out interesting when Mr. Depardieu, who simply didn’t want to pay taxes in his native country, receives Russian citizenship within 5 days. This far from poor man is showered with honors and gifts. Snowden is starting to scamper and say that we will give a residence permit and look at his behavior. The position I think is not correct and not honest. I’m silent about getting Russian citizenship from the CIS countries. I think that soon this issue of Deparderie-Snowden will be voiced by journalists. And with such actions, Putin very much has spoiled himself.
  45. crambol
    crambol 15 July 2013 19: 58
    +2
    continuing stupidly to insist on the immediate surrender of Snowden for fair reprisal. There’s not enough mind to even take a break ... This is a sign of the strongest hysteria in the "higher spheres" of the USA, when the mind completely refuses.


    The case is not the first. After ours seized American TROPHICAL (!) Equipment in Georgia, the US fighters hysterically demanded that we immediately return them a set of staff vehicles with communication equipment, etc., not realizing that we should think carefully before opening our mouths.
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 15 July 2013 22: 40
      +1
      Ours is remembered well then answered that such requirements are immoral wink
  46. poquello
    poquello 15 July 2013 20: 11
    +2
    Article +, but did not like the conclusion.
    Are we savage bloodthirsty?

    “Snowden II (or Assange 2, according to another classification) will be a catastrophe that has already broken out for the authority of the US globalizers. Russia must do everything in its power to make this catastrophe happen. It is simply our duty of honor to their brazen behavior for decades. This will help the true patriots of America like Snowden. "

    You don’t have to do anything on purpose, they’ll run away without them.
    "Tempting vaults will never replace freedom for us palaces."
    1. Alew
      Alew 16 July 2013 16: 23
      0
      Quote: poquello
      Article +, but did not like the conclusion.
      We are that bloodthirsty savages "

      You don’t have to do anything on purpose, they’ll run away without them.

      I do not agree. and if you do nothing. then for us our enemies will do it against us and have already done it with our country in the 90s. The interests of their country must be defended always and everywhere. relaxed - get on the head. And the conclusion is fair !!! (as he comes around and responds)
  47. pinecone
    pinecone 15 July 2013 20: 12
    0
    This supposedly very honest fellow announced that thanks to a powerful intelligence structure called the NSA, the whole world is under the information cap of the Americans, who supposedly know everything about everyone in the world. That is, "listen, delve into and tremble!" It is possible that his task was to bring this, if one may say "fact" to the population of the planet.
    1. poquello
      poquello 15 July 2013 22: 10
      +2
      "That is," listen, delve into and tremble! "It is possible that his task was to bring such a" fact "to the population of the planet."

      Let's say there is nothing to tremble with. Any device has its own characteristics and to expect that a wi-fi block is paired in a wired radio telephone, unless of course it is not addressed.
  48. orek
    orek 15 July 2013 21: 07
    +1
    Quote: hommer
    In any case, Snowden knows something that is comparable in importance to the secrets of September 11, and the publication of such facts is simply a bomb for the United States.

    what a bomb. Go to the Internet there amerovsky investigations 11/09/2001 darkness. So what????? who made it worse. Likewise with the "BOSTON TERRORIST" as well as "heroic" operations to neutralize any enemies of progressive humanity. AMERICOS do not read such facts, do not analyze, etc. IM PURPLE - they are a priori bearers of democracy, the rest is secondary. in our judgments we try on according to our templates, it is wrong. so that operation "honest guy" will be understandable only to those who have access to the secret award list of the GRU (or FSB)
  49. orek
    orek 15 July 2013 21: 18
    0
    I am also alarmed by the "silence" of all human rights (foreign) agents. several hundred funds and .... quiet. unclear.
  50. Victor Kamenev
    15 July 2013 22: 31
    +1
    US Congressman McCall said that Russia is laughing at US policy, thanks to the Snowden case. And not only Russia, the whole world is laughing - this is a direct result of the US hunting for Snowden, who also says that this is clearly not a provocation. The American press will soon try to bring Snowden to oblivion, but it will not succeed: the world is not subject to it, he will not forget, and, most importantly, Snowden is only the first sign, there will be others, because they know that they will be given asylum.
    This is the beginning of the end of America's global "democratization" policy. She will die of murderous laughter.