Snowden says he will seek asylum in Russia
View Photo Gallery — Edward Snowden meets with activists, says he will seek asylum in Russia: Fugitive document-leaker Edward Snowden announced that he is submitting a request for political asylum in Russia, where he has been stranded at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport since June 23. Eventually, the 30-year-old former contractor for the National Security Agency said at a meeting with human rights activists and lawyers, he hopes to gain asylum in Latin America.
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By Will Englund, Friday, July 12, 12:51 AM E-mail the writer
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US has burnt a relationship with the world, especially with the EU, by hacking and spying, in addition to create International chaos as to say to countries not to accept Snowden for asylum, by violating how global people think in regard to human rights freedom standard and righteous liberty value.
Russian people are the world people too. Putin does not stand that tall enough by saying that Snowden leaks no more US secrecy, as Snowden made criticism of US polices of hacking the whole world of civilians, from Hong Kong university to other world institutions--said by Snowden. As Putin puts it that way, that shows Russia is not that vital in pursuit of truth and justice value, according to even the Russian people's thinking.
It is very bad to hack civilians, despite world countries hack each other, or civilians hack civilians. But that government hacks civilians is just too wrong.
Obama's telling Russian people not to accept Snowden is simply paying no respect but violating Russian people's rights of sentiments, consents, voices and jurisdiction, to demonstrate that US APPEARS TO MAKE MORE INTERNATIONAL disorder and VOLATILITY IN DOING SO.
Just what country would spy on its people that much as most countrymen are not terrorists, traitors, criminals, but people who speak with free voices as how they think what issues are?
Even China or Russia had not spied on their people that much in the old days, practically there is no other one country which snoops on people that far, but rather, the USA?
As it still calls itself a Superpower, just who wants to be with such, if being snooped and hacked a lot?
When even Putin says NSA is necessary, perhaps Russia still spies on people, to a somewhat degree. But virtually it is rare and difficult that one finds countries spying on their people on the planet, unless they are civilians to civilians hacking.
Countries had better do no hacking to cause friction to their people, as snooping is equal to doing anti their own people.