Snowden Bombshell: Seems he downloaded entire roster of U.S. government – all names, home addresses and other personal info of **all** officials and gov’t employees — including law enforcement — plus bankers, corporate boards of directors and more!


February 6, 2014 — (TRN) — Edward Snowden, the former contractor at the National Security Agency took with him multiple “Doomsday” packages of information when he departed the country and began revealing how intensely the US Government is spying on its own citizens. He has the personal home info for all Elected Officials, Law Enforcement, Judges, Bankers, Corporate Boards of Directors and more!

At a classified briefing for members of Congress which took place on Wednesday, members found out that Snowden took with him:

  • a complete roster of absolutely every employee and official of the entire US Government.
  • The names, home addresses, unlisted personal home telephone and personal cellular phone numbers, dates of birth and social security numbers of every person involved in any way, with any department of the US Government.
  • The files include elected officials, Cabinet appointees, Judges, and  **ALL** law enforcement agency employees including sworn officers.
  • Similar files with the personal information of EVERY government contractor and all employees of that contractor!
  • Similar files with all the personal information of EVERY Bank Corporation, their operating officers and their Boards of Directors, including all current and former members of the Federal Reserve
  • Similar files with all the personal information about anyone holding any type of license from the Government such as Doctors, Lawyers, Stock Brokers, Commodities Traders . . . . and many more.
  • Similar files with all the personal information of EVERY non-bank Corporation in the U.S., including their operating officers and Boards of Directors.

Snowden has made it clear that if he is arrested, if he vanishes, or if he “dies” from any cause whatsoever, ALL of the information in his possession will be published publicly.

TRN has confirmed that, working through Julian Assange  and his “WikiLeaks” organization, copies of the encrypted data have already been distributed to more than one-thousand, two hundred (1200) web sites around the world.  Those sites have agreed to conceal the information until such time as contact with Snowden is “lost.”  Once contact is lost, the sites have been told they will receive the Decryption keys via CD ROM, E-mail and P2P / Bit-Torrent file transfer.  Once the decryption keys are sent, the sites have been instructed to wait a specific amount of time to confirm Snowden’s disappearance, arrest or death and upon expiration of that time period, to publish the decrypted materials.

Making the situation all the more dire for the government is that Snowden has made clear he will release some of the information under certain “other” circumstances.  For instance, if Martial Law is declared in the US or if any elections are canceled for any reason, all the government employee info goes out.  If an economic collapse takes place, all the Banker/Stock Broker/Commodities Trader information goes out.  If Corporations start hyper-inflating prices, all the information about them, their officers and Board of Directors will go out.

Snowden literally has the most powerful people in the United States in an inescapable stranglehold.  If any of the things articulated above take place, everyone throughout the country will know exactly who to blame and exactly where they live.   One can only speculate that under the right conditions, it might not be long until those responsible for the problems of our country, faced consequences for their actions; consequences delivered one at a time, in the dark of night, when there is no help . . . . and no escape.

Leading members of the House Armed Services Committee emerged from the classified briefing “shocked” at the amount of information he reportedly took with him beyond the NSA surveillance programs.

Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas), chairman of the Armed Service panel’s Intelligence, Emerging Threats and Capabilities Subcommittee and also a member of the House Intelligence Committee, said the briefing on the defense consequences of Snowden’s leaks was “very highly classified,” and therefore details couldn’t be discussed.

Thornberry did say that lawmakers “left the briefing disturbed and angered” after hearing that the leaks by the former Booz Allen Hamilton employee “went well beyond programs associated with the NSA and data collection.”

He characterized the leaks as so severe that they “compromise military capability and defense of the country” and “could cost lives” — while they “will certainly cost billions to repair.”

“His actions were espionage, plain and simple,” Thornberry said.

Armed Services Chairman Buck McKeon (R-Calif.) read his statement rather than making comments on the fly “because of the seriousness of this issue and the sensitivity” of the information they’d just heard.

“Ed Snowden isn’t a whistleblower; he’s a traitor,” McKeon said.

No matter what opinion people hold of the data collection programs, he added, people should be “shocked and outraged to find that a substantial amount of the information has nothing to do with the NSA.


NSA Whistleblower Snowden in Exile as the Obama Scandals List Grows 

Inside TAO… NSA Intercepts Your Mail

About Ask Marion

I am a babyboomer and empty nester who savors every moment of my past and believes that it is the responsibility of each of us in my generation and Americans in general to make sure that America is as good or even a better place for future generations as it was for us. So far... we haven't done very well!! Favorite Quotes: "The first 50 years are to build and acquire; the second 50 are to leave your legacy"; "Do something that scares you every day!"; "The journey in between what you once were and who you are becoming is where the dance of life really takes place". At age 62 I find myself fighting inoperable uterine Cancer and thanks to the man upstairs and the prayers from so many people including many of my readers from AskMarion and JustOneMorePet... I'm beating it. After losing our business because of the economy and factors related to the re-election of President Obama in 2012 followed by 16-mos of job hunting, my architect-trained husband is working as a trucker and has only been home approximately 5-days a month since I was diagnosed, which has made everything more difficult and often lonely... plus funds are tight. Our family medical deductible is 12K per year for two of us; thank you ObamaCare. But thanks to donations from so many of you, we are making ends meet as I go through treatment while taking care of my father-in-law who is suffering from late stage Alzheimer's and my mother-in-law who suffers from RA and onset dementia as well as hearing loss, for which there are no caretaker funds, as I continue the fight here online to inform and help restore our amazing country. And finally I need to thank a core group of family, friends, and readers... all at a distance, who check in with me regularly. Plus, I must thank my furkids who have not left my side through this fight. You can see them at JustOneMorePet.
This entry was posted in Alerts, Changing Winds, Knowledge Is Power, News and politics, Politics, You Be the Judge. Bookmark the permalink.

180 Responses to Snowden Bombshell: Seems he downloaded entire roster of U.S. government – all names, home addresses and other personal info of **all** officials and gov’t employees — including law enforcement — plus bankers, corporate boards of directors and more!

  1. Tom says:

    Snowden is not a traitor. He had the capabilities to do what we all wish we could do. The government has no right to spy on its own people, for any reason whatsoever, we are the home of the free and land of the brave. In my eyes Snowden is brave he took a huge risk doing what he did.

    • Adele Bloom says:

      Good post Tom .. He will save America from Martial Law, Economic Collapse and the NWO or any other plans that they had for us.. Hooray for this Hero!

      • Political Fodder says:

        He may help but he won’t save us. If there is to be any saving done we must do it ourselves. People need to be involved by knowing what is going on and putting pressure on lawmakers to do the right thing and answer serious questions.

    • Gramarella says:

      I agree. He also has martial law covered…I like that.

      • merrick says:

        That’s the one I’m worried about. Because in the case of martial law, the first thing to go is going to be ALL communications. There may well be nobody to broadcast to. Imagine no cell phones, land lines, internet, radio, or TV. Then what?

      • merrick says:

        Also, I read that in case martial law IS implemented, it will most likely be around 3:00 AM. By the time you realize it, it’ll be too late to get the word out. I hope I’m wrong. But that’s why I wish Snowden would just go ahead and release the rest he knows.
        At least he’s got some insurance against our government.

      • Mark Udall says:

        Merrick, When all communications end, we will know that its time to act. Be prepared for that silent moment, it’s kind of like the Paul Revere sounding the alarm. This time you won’t hear it but in your heart you will know what is happening. Pass this on so people know the call to action and they can also be prepared.

    • Sharon Mead says:

      Oh so agree with you!!!!

    • Stephanie says:

      Tom, I am a simple worker in a branch of the government…so if I am reading this right and this is true…then if this guy does something he doesn’t like, he gets the privilege of publishing MY personal information about me (SSAN etc), which can not only endanger me but my family???? How is hurting innocent American people BRAVE? The “government” is more than the stuffy politicians in DC…these are our military and our police personnel…so if you spit on millions of innocent Americans and their families just to save your own skin, I can call that being a traitor. I am certainly not defending our so-called leaders of the free world but two wrongs definitely don’t make a right.

      • Stephanie, I would say don’t shoot the messenger. If all this information were to go public, I would hope you and all the other well-discerning government workers would point the finger/gun at the Security Apparatus that is the source of the problem/message. I think that’s what Snowden maybe is hoping to accomplish here…

      • Our government has been hijacked by zionist banksters and thieves. Those in government who have sold out to these cockroaches need to be rounded up and stand trial for high treason or possibly just exterminated for their crimes. It is time to take our nation back and Snowden has the key to do it. There are 300 million of us and about 10,000 treasonous scumbags and zionist cockroaches.. Extermination will be easy with identification of the criminals. I think its time to choose your side.

        If Snowden has the classified documents on the Israeli connection to 9/11, he should release them so we can begin to bring the true guilty to justice now. 9/11 is the key to it all and will take down the Federal Reserve, Israel, Bush/Cheney/Obama/Congressional Leadership and most of congress.

      • lol says:

        guess you should have thought about that before you sold yourself out to a corrupt government.

      • Dantes says:

        As much as I hate a government that is widely abused by politicians AND citizens. I have to agree with Stephanie. There are many corrupt government officials, and there are many GOOD and LOYAL people who have nothing but the best interest for everyone in our country in the same government. However good or bad, most if not all of these officials have innocent family members and loved ones in whom their lives are being put in jeopardy. Collateral damage =[.

      • Todd Hill says:

        Well, Stephanie, you got in bed with a bunch of sociopaths and now you will suffer the consequences of being a part of a machine that ruins people’s lives daily without a care in the world. In other words, you aren’t innocent, nor is any family that allows you to continue following orders. You could always choose to work somewhere else instead of off of the teat of the rest of us. Just so you know, the majority of you working for the government are statist assholes and deserve what you get, it isn’t just the politicians in DC that people don’t like, it’s every alphabet agency under the umbrella along with all three branches of government just stealing every day. Quit stealing from us and go cry on a board where you are welcome. You should have stood up for what is right, by not doing so, you have chosen to be a part of the problem.

      • Julius says:

        Snowden has not released one bit of uncontrolled unredacted data. He will not do so in this case. I don’t see how the writer of this little weblog here knows something I would not know which would prove otherwise. Think and do the research yourself, before jumping to conclusions about Snowden’s well-intent: You’ll be in the clear, others in government will not be. Unless of course you’ve got something really corrupt or bad up your sleeve. Thus far, Ed was a perfect one to judge. Not strange, seeing the access he had.

      • coledogg says:

        only the evil people at the top who’m are in the know or who are literally responsible for the bad things going on in our country. I am a government employee also but I’m sure our trustworthy media will spin it just like you’ve put out there. “innocent” people.

      • I don’t think that people in the lower level of government have much to worry about. It’s going to be the big guns that people go after.

      • Gordon Brown says:

        Your employer, the government can and would do this very thing anytime it wants to..You should feel better that someone has that scenario covered for you.

      • Quigley says:

        Completely agree. I get that some of you are afraid but how does that make it right to hurt other people. My husband is in the army. Fights to protect all of you but you would rather him and everyone like him be killed or hurt for what? Think it threw there are so many people out there that could use the kind of information he has to hurt not only individual people but whole cities. The whole country. No one person should have so much power. Has history not taught us this?

      • I like your thinking best of all Stephanie. It is an outrage all the way around. Unfortunately the worst thing about terrorism is that it teaches us to live in terror and eventually we will implode on ourselves. “We have seen the enemy, and not only is he ours, he may be us,” Walt Kelly (the originator of POGO) said. Oh my. I probably won’t live long enough to see it but I fear we will take ourselves down because of our fear. Snowden is afraid, the feds are afraid, the cops are afraid, our children are afraid and going crazy, and the people are afraid. Help us Lord. Or perhaps it is too late. Perhaps it is too late.

      • Walter says:

        Work to make change – do not be a drone in a corrupt government system.

      • Vic says:

        If martial law begins, EVERYONE will be hurting. Your personal information will not matter then. Our rights will not be recognized if this happens, so we will ALL be screwed.

      • zenloki says:

        Stephanie you are part of the problem. You want your government job, salary and benefits but you are only thinking about yourself just like those “stuffy politicians in DC.” What could they possibly do if it weren’t for their underlings to carry out their orders. Which everyone does because they also want to keep their job. What do you call lack of resistance to tyranny? Success.

      • John Harrison says:

        You would not be at risk from Snowden if the NSA was not collecting all this info on you. The real problem here is the federal Government and the NSA, not Snowden.

      • Stephanie, he only has a COPY of what they already have. He has so far only released info that is pertinent to all of us. If he wanted to release all the info he could have easily already done it. He is also working through the media and they would no doubt CYA rather than expose innocents. I admit it is a possibility, but if he has this info, then others have it, too. That is his point.

      • I’ve read the article and your post and just want to say this. Has it ever occurred to anyone that Snowden, is pulling a snow job on everyone, by saying he has this and that, and if anyone seeks to prosecute him, or worse, he will have all of these files made public? In my humble opinion, his lust for “POWER,” will be his undoing in the end. Now then , what was the real reason for his going to Russia?

      • Ask Marion says:

        I have considered all those questions and options… and I guess the answer to whether Snowden really has what he says he has will be confirmed later. However, he has had what he claimed up to this point and there is a reason that our government is so focused on ‘punishing’ him and wanting him returned! And as for the power… maybe, but if you are in his position, it is smart to have an ace in the hole!?!

      • Darwin26 says:

        Well I think that he went to Russia because he didn’t want to end up in Guantanamo as a Terrorist/waterboarded, then while chained, accidently kills himself …would you? I’m so glad for him. I wish Freedom for ES, Asange, Manning et al.

        I agree, it’s good to verify like ol Ronnie Raygun would say ‘trust but verify’ ~ did ES really have those secrets? Is this a dbl agent? Did the US set this up to get a man inside Russia?

        What public evidence there is that I’ve seen would indicate ES has the ‘goods’ in ‘Spades’!

        The guts and wherewithal to achieve what Edward Snowden has will certainly make history. This is bigger than Danny Ellsberg’s essay on the diabolical side of the US War in SE Asia…by a huge margin.

        (I don’t like his other Libertarian political opinions).


        End the Occupation

    • McKeon and those like him saying he is a traitor are the ones that are the treasonous traitors to this Nation people. They have things to fear for they are the ones pushing this demonic agenda down our throats and Snowden people is a hero. Do not destroy the messenger for his messages cause he is telling the masses of the world what they need to know and to many many many he is not a traitor but a hero patriotic citizen that sees how corrupted and out of control our government has become.If you hear the idiots in DC or behind scenes saying Snowden is traitor then their the ones to be put on traitors list when it comes to round them up people. If you hear them talk about nations national sovereignty and wanting their Nation not to be globalized and they say their of the mind set of nationalism, then the one stating that is a globalist and put their name on treasonous list to be rounded up. There is a coup in our military and communists have taken over much of our Government and behind scenes in DC and Zionists are pushing this crap.

    • Ray says:

      Hopefully he will use it to fork em all

    • virginia says:

      It takes more guts to stand in front of people who hate you and want you dead, then to be pointing a finger in judgement. This young man did what he felt was correct for himself, his soul, and the people he was trying to warn. We call these type of people heroes. Thank you for having no fear to speak up!

    • Snowden is a piece of crap that deserves to be hung..

      • Nelg379n says:

        JD-You have a problem with the spot light being directed at the cock roaches in our Government? In your opinion, what has Snowden done that you think makes him a piece of crap?

      • molon labe says:

        And you are a fool that deserves the same.

      • Nelg379n says:

        So you are defending the actions of our Government? Talk about a traitor! Tell me what information he has distributed to the press that would damage any National Security or any Military Personnel?

  2. Cindy says:

    Not a traitor. It is not espionage. It is leverage 😉

    • Jeff says:

      He can now extort anything he wants from anyone he chooses. If blackmail on such a grand scale doesn’t make him a criminal, then what does?

      • Jeff, this is exactly what the NSA has this information for. Snowden is merely revealing the NSA’s secrets.

      • bad says:

        If he was going to do that he would have done it by now. He is trying to stop our dear leader from causing a false flag and causing martial law

      • Mick says:

        Isn’t that a thought crime ? “He can now extort anything he wants from anyone he chooses” .

      • Todd Hill says:

        It’s not any different than the games the corporation masquerading as government practices. So, let me introduce you to the pot, kettle.

      • Gordon Brown says:

        I did not hear any blackmail in any statements he has made. He is saying “Don’t tread on me.”, I have a nasty bite.

      • your reply Gordon was clear and succinct as was ES’s ~ stand down or prepare for big surprises ~ i dare say we’ll get a sense of how sensitive the material is ES has maybe~ ~ absurd the comments ~ christ ES didn’t treaten to drop a bomb on Hiroshima for political hay or lie us into a war. Yet some commenter is ready to kill ES ~

      • dave dixon says:

        WELL, if your right then will he need to go to jail with the criminals he ‘STOLE’ from

      • Scott Cedars says:

        No dave dixon, Edward Snowden does not ‘need’ to go to jail. He is the hero of the century and the people will no doubt agree to pardon him in the same way the founding fathers were not jailed for their role in the American revolution. He is worthy of the people’s the highest level of honor for his valor.

  3. Tom Nadeau says:

    While I am uncomfortable with our nation’s military secrets being blackmailed, I AM encouraged that the nation’s corporate robber barons are being held accountable. It is about time they are called to task for their greed and avarice. If we can’t prod their consciences to do what’s right then let it be fear that goads them into doing what is right by the middle class.

    • So one man unilaterally decides to punish corporate board members for supposed “greed”? How is that just? How does he know exactly what greed is? How do you? How did he know, or how do you know, which individuals were responsible for this greed and what they should have done differently? If that was his reasoning, that was not only injust, but that is tyranny, and you, are a lover of tyrants.

      • Patriotalpha says:

        Tom Nadeau says:

        February 8, 2014 at 5:20 pm

        While I am uncomfortable with our nation’s military secrets being blackmailed, I AM encouraged that the nation’s corporate robber barons are being held accountable. It is about time they are called to task for their greed and avarice. If we can’t prod their consciences to do what’s right then let it be fear that goads them into doing what is right by the middle class.


        You must be a Captain of Business and Finance If not you are a shill for them. Snowden hasn’t zeroed in on any one person nor has he judged them. He just released info into a holding pattern. WHEN they come to light by whatever means triggered the release, it will be US who judge and balance the books. Oh BTW these people have been doing to us for monetary gain what Snowden did for survival of WE THE PEOPLE! Which is worse? Knowing your above comments I think I can JUDGE what you would say is important to you.

      • Tom Nadeau says:

        Easy there angry man, all I was saying is that their hens have come home to roost. I do not approve of the overall tactic by Snowden but these so called “captains of industry” have operated in the shadows, politicking, glad handing, lobbying and corrupting our government for far too long. You can only get away with that kind of behavior for so long before somebody catches you by the short and curlies. And if I WAS a captain of industry, I might listen to my conscience a bit more. We are all responsible for this mess to some extent because we tolerated this income inequality for way too long and the adulterous relationship industry has with government. If we all go down it is because we all let this happen. PERIOD! Now stop whining and gnashing your teeth just because somebody speaks a truth you can’t handle!

      • Pamela Gantt says:

        Seems interesting to me that generic medication, saw two examples listed, has skyrocketed in the last 3 to 4 months. The first was a cream the other an antibiotic and that was just to prove the point. They went from a few dollars to well over 150 for a months supply. The rationale? Since there are fewer companies producing our medications they can charge whatever they please with no fear of fair market competition. Now I CAN assure you THAT is the definition of greed. It is obvious that our money is being plundered badly and I doubt anyone would disagree with that.

      • FOLLOW THE MONEY!!! I am sure he has looked their portfolios and knows what is changing hands!

      • How does he know? How about the constant strikes for better wages, the occupy movements and news articles on a daily basis. Walmart last year was able to give its share holders 12 billion dollars, while the employees who help make them that money had to go on welfare to survive. Corporations don’t give a shit about the common people. Snowden is relating the will of the people, I’d hardly call that tyrannical.

      • Todd Hill says:

        I guess you didn’t read the article, it lists pretty plainly that your government made the freakin’ lists. I guess your only okay with it when they do it, huh?

      • dave dixon says:

        GREED 1st begins with the guy who fires you and hires his useless cousin. then becomes president. One of his 1st tasks is to allow chickens from out of state to enter California frozen once and still be labeled fresh. not including chickens raised in the state. SO BIG DEAL YOU SAY !!!! TYSON FOODS is not a Calif based business its largest competitor in Calif is Foster Farms .. Bill Clinton owns a large interest in TYSON FOODS. now whose the tyrant??? more recent,,” oil pipe line from Canada ” , why do you suppose there are politicians spending millions of our election donations on fighting the completion ,, OHHH they want the oil to still come,,, BUT in ( their train rail containers).. don’t say that’s not greed “your right” its bad and unfair business morals,,, doesn’t one feed the other ??? I wish Obama ‘ BIG GOV.” really was responsible for making my family business successful… then i would only need to make a law that makes it okee doke for me to bull doze my competition…

      • Joe says:

        Just what do you think is happening right now? What Snowden did was copy the info that our wonderful government agencies already have and have been using as a few people see fit to wield!! If he makes a decision to disclose something, it is something that YOU don’t know, but THEY do. I trust Snowden more than the Devil I know.

      • molon labe says:

        The same way we knew which SS to prosecute at Nuremberg.
        ALL OF THEM!
        You know what damage the game does. If you play at all you helped it along.
        You burn too because you did not have the balls to stand up and walk away.
        There are many honorable professions, banker ain’t one of them.

  4. George says:

    I don’t see Snowden as a traitor, far from it. I do see the people that he has all this information on as traitors though, absolute traitors. No wonder they are so concerned about Snowden, he has them by the gonads and they know it.

    • Stephanie says:

      Um, George, I believe this post mentioned that it had information on ALL individuals involved with the Government…that would be every branch and include our military members and law enforcement as well…not sure if they fall into the traitor category. So I would assume that a young solider with a family would be a bit concerned if his personal information is floating in the hands of someone who is using it as a life insurance policy and has given it to who-knows…the highest bidder I would imagine…and those individuals I am sure do not have the best interests of the US at heart. Stealing innocent individuals identity doesn’t strike me as noble or heroic…IJS.

      • Elmer Fudd says:

        We have a president with a stolen identity.What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.Rest assured Your sins will find you out !

      • Todd Hill says:

        Leave. EVERY worker for the government is responsible for not standing up for their fellow Americans when confronted with these revelations. If you continue to go to your government job everyday, then you are complicit in it’s doings. Quit being paranoid, if you didn’t do anything wrong, then what do you have to fear, right? Isn’t that the saying you government pukes trot out all the time? If you aren’t doing anything wrong then you don’t have anything to worry about.

        By the way, all cops are traitors, they took an oath to protect the ideals of the Constitution, the Supreme Court in 2005 says they have no duty to protect a citizen from any danger, this means if you continue to violate your oath, you are a traitor. Military members that kill innocent women and children around the world are just as corrupt. How could someone do that, and more importantly, how could someone support that?

        Good comment, Elmer.

  5. Mike says:

    How did he have access to all that info?

    • artemis says:

      I totally agree , that alone is why he still lives . The corruption is so complete there is no other way .

      • Joe says:

        Let me see if I can do a synopsis on this reaction.
        Congress and the rest of the government and bankers are concerned that the world might know what they have been doing and the exposure of collusion that they already know about will be distributed to the citizens of not just the US, but the entire world, exposing the actual vs the spun information about their controls, manipulation and plans for our lives.
        If they were truly representing OUR best interests, they would have nothing to fear of us gaining this knowledge. Obviously, many others ALREADY HAVE this knowledge, or they would not know what he took (logic 101). I think what these people are MOST afraid of is the sharing of their power, which diminishes it, making it useless in their own blackmail schemes.
        This could actually be the best thing that has ever happened to the world.

  6. richard rotenberry says:

    so proud of Edward Snowden. He is my hero….. Give um hell boy, they deserve it…….

    • My hero too. The strength of courage Snowden has shown in order to help this world understand the depths and ability for blackmail of our security state is enviable. It’s amazing that people call him a coward and traitor when what he has done is incredibly brave and patriotic as a citizen of this earth. He has given up his life and family in order to reveal the truth to the world. While the NSA, (ex. Clapper to Congress) continue to lie and hide the truth like the devils they are.

  7. wrongheifer says:

    I say, ” Thank you Edward Snowden. Thank you Sir!”

  8. commart says:

    Reblogged this on BackChannels and commented:
    Political Spychology. My terse comment: no wonder Putin took him in.

  9. He might be a traitor to those elected officials that have something to hide. To most American citizens he’s a hero.

  10. But the thing is, how does anyone know that these people would be responsible for what happened? How does anyone on this blog know that, either? For instance, an economic collapse could be triggered by hacking Wall Street and causing mass dumping of stock — in this case, would the hackers and their supporting governments be revealed? No, as Snowden doesn’t have that information. So what happens then? Please, grow up, people. I sure hope that you don’t have your SSN, telephone, or vital records stolen someday and then used for “leverage” by someone who acts as your judge, jury, and executioner. You might think a little bit different about things.

    • Ross says:

      What is a credit report? Our info is being used against us all the time.Grow up and stop keeping your head in the sand.Tell the people there is only contrails not chemicals being sprayed in everyones air.Perhaps Mr Snow den should release all the information if those who are responsible for the chemtrails don’t stop spraying now.

      • Stephanie says:

        Ross…if you read the same article I did,it mentioned that it had it had information on ALL individuals involved with the Government…that would be every branch and include our military members and law enforcement as well. So I would assume that a young solider with a family would be a bit concerned if his personal information is floating in the hands of someone who is using it as a life insurance policy and has given it to who-knows…the highest bidder I would imagine…and those individuals I am sure do not have the best interests of the US at heart. You are correct, people are trying to steal and use the identity of innocent individuals…and who do you think has millions of American’s (are just as fed up at the drama as you are) info right now? You are painting with a very, very broad brush and would probably feel differently if you worked for the Department of Agriculture or another form of government that has nothing to do w/political drama but would suffer from someone’s twisted belief in poetic justice.

    • Todd Hill says:

      If you didn’t do anything wrong, I’m pretty sure you have nothing to fear. It’s like that every day for regular people that don’t suck on the government teat. We just hope that our ignorance doesn’t make us a target at some point. It’s kinda cool that someone else is holding the cards now. Good luck to you, you seem scared.

  11. john Cassis says:

    God is on Edward Snowdens side . Every one of the outraged Federal Felons who insult Snowdens mission are obviously guilty of some significant wrongdoing .I only hope he has all the info on Senator Reid , Speaker Boehner , Mitch McConnell ,and the rest of the Obama supporters in both houses of Congress .

    • Deonia Copeland says:

      AMEN John, Cassis! I agree and as another poster said…..

      “I don’t see Snowden as a traitor, far from it. I do see the people that he has all this information on as traitors though, absolute traitors. No wonder they are so concerned about Snowden, he has them by the gonads and they know it.”


      • Stephanie says:

        Am I reading the same article as you all are???? It mentioned that it had it had information on ALL individuals involved with the Government…that would be every branch and include our military members, law enforcement as well as little branches such as the department of Agriculture. I am NOT an Obama fan but I am also not a fan of two wrongs making right…these people have families and I’m pretty sure God does not condone stealing people’s most personal information and dropping it into the hands of our enemies…I am pretty sure there is a commandment about that. Sounds to me like millions of Americans who have done nothing wrong or corrupt would be getting hurt due to someone’s life insurance policy…sorry I can’t jump on board with that and it saddens me that my fellow Americans are okay with vigilante justice because we are pissed off…I don’t care who you are, no one deserves to have their life/identity taken…that’s not okay and no better than us yelling Congress are Felons or Freedom Stealers.

      • molon labe says:

        Stephanie do not be so self centered and/or short sighted. Think of how many innocents will be hurt if Obama cancels elections or declares martial law? How ,many patriots die when they attempt gun confiscation.
        Snowden is just making sure if the evil push their agenda those of us willing to make them pay have clear targets. In martial law your SS# is your least of concerns.

    • Todd Hill says:

      Well, Stephanie, where were you for all the people that our government kills everyday? Or jails without due process? Just like most, you only care when it involves you personally. You should have stood up for us, now you will lie in your bed.

  12. Midknight says:

    Oh how I’d love to sit at a dinner table with him.

  13. VantagePoint says:

    The “resistance” were called traitors by the NAZI regime, today everybody calls them “heroes of war”.
    Well, my dear US government, YOU declared some sort of war on the people of your own country AND somehow also the people of the rest of the world.
    So you can shout “traitor” as loud as you want, I just answer you “resistance”.

  14. GMH says:

    If the info had nothing to do with the NSA, then why did they have the info for him to steal? I think they just proved that Snowden was only thinking of the American people.

  15. mary weinzetl says:

    I say thank you Edward Snowden for your courage not many would do this and give up so much for their country and people.. I believe you done nothing to harm us or our Country you were just wanting us to know what the elite are doing and I thank you.. I’m sure you have much that could harm are Country and people but these people that are in power are the ones that are destroying our country in many ways we need to unite as one and vote them all out.. You might be considered a traitor to those that are causing so much damage and division here but to me your a hero and I thank you .. I’m proud of you !!

  16. I don’t see what Snowden did as espionage, more like self-protection, for ALL of us! He’s a very smart man, wise beyond his years. Will he survive all this? Who knows, but maybe. The government committed the first crime, by spying on everyone. Two wrongs don’t make a right, or so I’ve always been told, but in this case the people have a RIGHT to protect themselves. From their own GOVERNMENT! We no longer have to wonder about who the enemy is; not some dark, mysterious foreign power, it’s right here at home, our very own Uncle SAM! With a traitorous and illegal government, what must we do about it? The US Constitution is VERY clear on this question. We must remove them. And soon.

  17. ggallman says:

    Sounds GREAT. What could he tell us about Obama?

  18. Joe says:

    Edward Snowden! If you are reading this, please set up a website so those of us who revere your courage may at least donate money for your needs and survival. I will gladly be one of the donors!

  19. Robert Skidmore says:

    Yes, a life insurance policy with many benefits, God Bless Edward S. and may the host of heavenly angels protect him!

    • Guest says:

      Thank You Lord for answering our prayers. Let the cockroaches running the world run for cover and please protect the Snowdens of the world today. The cockroaches will not succeed with their Luciferian plans – NOT ON OUR WATCH!!!!!!!

  20. Casey Tripp says:

    When the rabbit has the gun they call foul, traitor, espionage, and everything else , but the Terrorist in Chief can do all of these scandals nothing is done or said, our society is going straight to hell!!!!!!111

  21. brickerman says:

    Hey Snowden…WELL DONE my friend! WELL DONE!!

  22. Mensa Member says:

    Judging by the tone of the comments about Snowden here & in lots of other forums, less than 20% of Americans believe anything that comes out of DC’s mouthpieces; –And from at least (1) study, the higher the IQ, the less likely people are to trust government. I suspect that if anything happens to Snowden, home sales in federal territories will spike.

  23. dlylem says:

    So…he has leverage? Ok, but releasing the names and addresses and other personal info does what exactly? They get a bunch of spam email from a prince in Kenya wanting them to do a currency exchange for them? Come on, names and info aren’t leverage for crap. For Pete’s sake they can hire lifelock or some other credit protection. If shtf who will be checking a DB and hunting folks down? Here’s a clue, it won’t be you hunting them, it will be them hunting you! I don’t see any leverage here at all for anything. Publish away, wgaf?!

  24. I wonder if he got ovomit’s sealed records …. Hmmmmmmmm

  25. Sharon Mead says:

    From what I know of Snowden and this ordeal, I salute him. It’s a shame when nearly everyone posting here sees the government as having deceived us. But they have and for them to be revealed if and when the time is right, I say GOOD ENOUGH. I wonder about obammy’s SS # and of course, Barry Soetero’s—-oh people, if we only knew what all that man has done, is doing, and plans to do……oh wowee. Our hair on the back of our neck would never lay down again!!!!


  27. How did one man get so much information, when our government denies it has the capability? If one guy can do so much damage to such powerful people, just think what a whole department of corrupt bureaucrats (IRS) could do to one powerless individual. Good for Edward Snowden.

  28. RichS says:

    Shocked and outraged? That the information the government collects and uses is a potential liability if revealed to the American people? I’m shocked and outraged alright. With the damn scumbag government agencies.Snowden hasn’t compromised any ongoing operations to foreign governments. He’s just revealing how sick and morally corrupt our government has become. This might tend to explain the four international bankers who turned up dead in the course of a week.

  29. Carl-John X Veraja says:

    I really hope this is true.

  30. dave dixon says:

    Eye for an eye,,, im sure no one is going to take revenge on just any gov. employee. Hell they have all our info why cant we have theirs? READ the bottom of your SS card it states “not for identification for SS and tax purpose only”

  31. Paul Revered says:

    What happens if the government shuts down the internet?

  32. Pingback: The Wrap at Ask Marion 2.02.14 Thru 2.09.14 | askmarion

  33. This is a Big Story. i’m a Viet Nam Vet WIA and i’m very happy for Snowden and the success of this escapade (seems hardly fitting) ~ i wish it had solid evidence that Truman dropped the Atom Bomb for Political hay… on an on the Secret smoke backroom deals, The lies of Johnson all these Regimes… but especially the horrid insipid US State Dept ~ i call it the Statagon. i hope he drops Bombs on the US State Dept and all of its ‘contractors’ F all of them.
    Downside is ES is now vulnerable to those who want the info exposed. And it behooves the previous targets (guilty scum that they are IE Obama-Crypto-fascist) to keep ES alive. Gotta love the irony.
    And all this drivel about ‘lives in danger’ ~ you play Spy, subterfuge, economic hits, political hits, torture, all secret of course, the US doesn’t play by any rules but ours then an ES comes along OMG ‘he’s not playing by our rules’ ~ All the Govt addresses etc ~ the only real danger is the release of WMD’s. Nothing will jeporadize Xmas. I was hoping Snowden would have lit the Olympic Flame… Good OnYa ES ~ and if you have dirt on the US ~ please expose it.

    • I agree William. Has anyone noticed the abundance of bankers committing suicide in the last couple of months? I bet they are getting lots of help as tracks are getting covered. Go Snowden! It’s working, keep up the pressure!

  34. Jesse Henley says:

    As I read the reply I think of all the innocents that will suffer in a economic collapse. I wonder what makes those think that work for the government think they are innocent and that they deserve no retribution. My family is innocent of the elitist schemes and plans but they will pay regardless of their innocents. I say to those that don’t think they should suffer the coming vengeance get out of government and face the real world like the rest. I have no sympathy for you are your family.

    Revelation 18
    4 And I heard another voice from heaven saying, “Come out of her, my people, lest you share in her sins, and lest you receive of her plagues. 5 For her sins have reached[b] to heaven, and God has remembered her iniquities.

    • Bill says:

      yep the middle class and the poor will be the ones to suffer, the govt and rich will keep on keeping on.

    • Joe says:

      Jesse, you must be kidding here. Nearly everyone knows an economic collapse is imminent and will be caused by the same people that caused the last one, as there were no real repercussions, only bailouts at the expense of all Americans. As far as personal info, what the IRS has on each of us is the scariest. I have had my credit and bank hacked already, because our personal info is available already to who ever wants it.
      Obviously, our corrupt leaders have the most to lose, as the rest of us are too indebted to matter to anybody.

    • Jesse Henley says:

      “You assist an evil system most effectively by obeying its orders and decrees. An evil system never deserves such allegiance. Allegiance to it means partaking of the evil. A good person will resist an evil system with his or her whole soul.” -Mahatma Gandhi

  35. Lucas says:

    Can’t save America from shit whatever’s Gona happen it has to happen it’s part of the prophesy…America is going down soon as we know it

  36. Pingback: [snowden] update by S_hift - TribalWar Forums

  37. Sue Stack says:

    The only people that need to worry, should worry. They should be exposed. I love this comment “the amount of information he reportedly took with him beyond the NSA surveillance programs”. REALLY! How would he get ahold of this info “beyond the NSA surveillance program” if it weren’t accessible through the NSA? I wish more Americans would have the guts to stand up to our corrupt government. Why do you think our government spends millions on supporting the NSA? TO PROTECT THE CORRUPTION! Not the people. THANK YOU SNOWDEN! Only the corrupt bureaucrats and idiots believe Snowden is a traitor.

  38. Debbie says:

    Thank you Eric Snowden! You are a TRUE 21st century HERO! Please please do something about our most hated POTUS (and his wife–errr…1st lady—eerrrr…she’s no lady…..ok, wife will hafta do!) ever! I pray for you daily for what you had to give up to save the USA!
    Thank you!

  39. Z54 says:

    My, my how they bitch when it’s their information being compromised! There, there all of you elected scum. Edward did all of this to protect you from that world wide terror organization known as the US Government. Now, don’t you all feel so much safer?

  40. James Foley says:

    Snowden’s real accomplishment is that he apparently managed to erase, from existence throughout the Internet, every single photo of himself except this one.

  41. Julian says:

    On Snowden, just consider the alternative: with all the unrest in USA, if he is part of the sideshow, then if the angered upset people of the USA who would like to do something like Snowden has done believe that someone actually has done and is holding the USA to account; then they don’t have to. They the balance of the 300million(i.e. less the alleged 10,000 in on the game and less Snowden) can simply get on with their lives – no more protests are necessary, Snowden has it covered? Just a thought …

  42. Julian says:

    Lucas, ancient Rome was in a similar situation to current day America. Do you know how long ancient Rome took to unwind – 300 years. The story of America is not finished yet. Also, consider the alternative. Of all the options I would most definitely want the USA to run the world. Be careful what you wish for … Just a thought …

  43. says:

    “Ed Snowden isn’t a whistleblower; he’s a traitor,” McKeon said.

    its the other way around the officals are the traitors

    they are trying to destroy what this country was build on

  44. says:

    edward is showing them if they have all the same info on us why not show them what its like

  45. Gregg says:

    think of it as a very sophisticated, well organised sort of “combat situation” -something like FEMA contagion exercise. What does the US government gain from such operation? I believe every situation, no matter how simple or structured is being deeply analysed by federal/military experts who are trying to make the most out of it for similar future events and so on.

    • Joe says:

      You nailed it! Just imagine all those back-room confabs going on right now!
      “Ok, Smith, who do we need to eliminate to stop the trail to us?”
      This conversation must be happening in a thousand quiet places all over the world, since the info the NSA has is on the world population, not just the US.

  46. snowden is not a traitor he is a hero fighting against the traitors that rule our country now.

    • Tony says:

      You mean Koch Industries and the fine folk over at the U.S.Chamber of Commerce? Are those the traitors to which you refer? If so…I agree.

  47. On the Land of Tyranny to tell the Truth is a crime.

    Assemble Tribunal, Prosecute and Execute on the steps of the Capital at High Noon so that tyranny never rears it’s ugly heads again.
    Wake Up and get out of Slavery Dumocracy – all these Criminals are in criminal Perjury of their oath most Especially Article IV Section 4 (with the exception of maybe Ted Cruz).A

    Republic Rising ~ Slavery Dumocracy Demising

  48. Duck Duck GOOSE says:

    this is like 9/11 …..times a thousand

  49. So instead of the United States trying to assassinate him, it will be the various anti-American governments, organizations and individuals who want this information revealed who will try to assassinate him. I’m not sure how much safer this makes him.

  50. Pingback: Snowden Bombshell – Snowden’s ingenious security scheme | MasterAdrian's Weblog

  51. Dreamtime says:

    Man, no one could write a novel this good. Snowden has taken the governments own weapon and turned it against them.

  52. Jim Watt says:

    Marion: thanks for this posting. As to those folks in what is called “law enforcement”; their fears don’t move me. The police, like the army, don’t work for us. They are all employees of those in power. Not elected officials, those in power. It would be nice if a U.S. Senator or a Supreme Court Justice or a flag rank military officer could actually act in the defense of the american people. But they all know they can’t and, if they did, very few people would ever know about it.

  53. Tony says:

    Funny how when I just went to comment on this article on Facebook and to share it…it was gone. If that is not censorship, I don’t know what is. Who deleted it? Facebook? The government? Who?

  54. Darren Gallagher says:

    I would kill this man given the opportunity.

    • wow that’s some kind of picture you paint of yourself ~ fascists don’t need no gubmint jury ‘n trial.

      • Darren Gallagher says:

        It is actually nothing more than a practical course of action William. Whatever side of the fence you sit on, that is one of the few solutions that will make everyone happy. Presently, those that champion him, want the information to be released. Those that resent what he has done, want him to die. Now, if he has made it clear that ‘if he dies, it will come out’ – then it really is a win/win for both sides of the line.

        More importantly the catastrophic outcomes of the release of that information will hopefully assist his current supporters to understand the gravity of what he has done.

        That said, it is interesting that he threatens thousands of lives and is painted like a hero, I threaten one and I’m tarnished as a killer.

    • GMC says:

      “I would kill this man given the opportunity.”

      So there’s no point whatsoever in getting into any form of debate with you about legal, constitutional matters, justice or fundamental human rights. At least you made that clear and we know how things are with you.

      Some of the officials in authority talking about Snowden have been somewhat similar, though have not gone as far. For example, the couple of officials who have said publicly (whatever more they’ve kept private, if anything) that they want to see Snowden swing by the neck. At least those people want to be seen to still value courts and a rule of law, potentially. Although it is forbidden for such officials to be partisan to the judgement and means of retribution which a court and only a court can decide by itself, without being influenced from out with the judiciary. At least they stick to the potential of trial by court. You’d just wring his neck with your hands, Darren, it seems, given the appropriate chance.

      I think you ought to think again, Darren. Have another think. The truth doesn’t always come quickly in a fast rush of impulsive, emotive impressions, but is better considered over time.

  55. Bill says:

    well he might have saved us now, but if the US does as Snowden says now what’s going to happen in 4 years? People go to different jobs, die themselves, do other things so this info only has limited use. The US could still decide later to do any of the things he doesn’t want them to do, but the threat can’t last forever. Then they shoot him or lure him back and stick him and his gf in jail for the rest of their lives.

    • His GF? Didn’t he flat out dump her /leaving Paradise for a home across the road…/ (Dylan) He’ll get his share of honey’s … i wouldn’t be surprised if she wasn’t an unwitting patsy for him? Plans were made to make this happen. Edward Snowden has some serious intestinal fortitude …
      i think to a lot of us sense this episode is like Sci-Fi OMG but there’s likely a lot of gubmint men/women who are in reality, stunned by this. Perhaps they too have contemplated doing something similar. Crossed his path, had a cup of java… he’s just go to be Time man/person of the year . He’s rattled the establishment solo as much as Occupy did in my estimation.
      As for a life after ~ well i saw just yesterday an international convict (zionist money launderer) was hang’n out in Palestine. Not likely you’ll have the CIA tracking you there…
      In time this to shall pass ~ and Edward will land on his feet and get the honors he deserves (however i’m not a Libertarian) i appreciate his sense of duty.

    • GMC says:

      Bill, the point is he’s doing it now, while he’s alive, while who is alive is alive and acting as they are. The world is real. It is not a fairy tale or a dream or some trial or checking exercise that doesn’t matter. It’s exactly what the growing, worsening unacceptable parts of the state of the USA, PRISM countries and allies do to pretend to everyone that they are in a dream, a fantasy of smooth running and no worry. They lie and make people comatic so they can’t even tell the difference in what matters. So people’s lives seem meaningless without they even being aware of it, as they are brainwashed by government rhetoric, the ease of bright supermarkets, shiny and full of life, it seems, clothes labels and TV, advertising about the real outdoors and ambitions to get out to the real world every few weekends.

      Do you see the coma that you’ve been put in yourself, Bill? You say what’s the point, more or less – people move on, die, and the info has only limited use anyway, not beyond a few years probably. What you’re claiming is that our time is irrelevant, that any time is irrelevant, that time is irrelevant, that there is no sense in individuals doing anything in time. We simply accept the out of time fantasy. Your coma says this might be thought to be ‘out of reality’ also, but really, it is our reality and that take a precedence. A great and terrible brainwashing approach, that is im your consciousness, unfortunately. But everything is based in time only, and it takes a realisation of being rooted in time and that each and every solitary achievement can only happen in time. And more cannot follow without the first act and acts. Whatever may result from Snowden’s acts, Snowden is one man who has achieved something absolutely momentous in his time already, at the very most crucial time of change in the world. As he says, probably, unlike in a very recent age, no one today can know what it means to walk down a street, go anywhere, communicate, meet anyone, any longer, safe from every word and act potentially being recorded, stored, used somehow as each and every act happens.

      Companies all over the world are not free to work in privacy, as has been demonstrated, nothing to do with terrorism at all. They are subject, in the least harm, to unfair practises from states themselves. There is no longer any notion of jurisdictions in tracking peoples’ lives – anyone in the world can be, indeed is, tracked in ways against their him an rights. Indeed we have come into an era of established anti-jurisdiction – it benefits Americans or PRISM country nationals to live in those countries, where the global tracking and identity profile building is itself ocurring. Because there there may conceivably be some potential for legal recourse against the infringement of their human rights and justice. What is available for any individual or company or government in the rest of the world who’s lives are tracked, stored, suggestive profiles built up around? Nothing is ever guaranteed – mostly no legal redress is available probably, often foreign citizens won’t even have the right to complain in a way that fits into a regulated system with a reply, even if they were priorly a legal resident in USA, for example.

      Every act Snowden has made, and any other such acts must be seen as momentous. They should not be walked into the dirt subject to the coma that time is irrelevant anyway and nothing matters because an unreal set-up makes real change impossible. Be. At least. However you are. See there is the possibility to be, at least in parts.

  56. ontogram says:

    Well — this evens out the playing field. The government wants all our data, so now we have all the government’s data. Tit for Tat. The Counter-Security State.

  57. Quigley says:

    Can you guys really sit there after reading what some of these people are saying and tell us that it’s only the big people who will be hurt by this. There is so much anger and hate just within these messages. People are saying that any one who works for the government deserves to die. So how can you tell me that we are all safe. People have killed for small stupid reasons. People kill daily over little things. Something this big if information gets out I can guarantee there will be people who will take matters into there own hands and start hunting people down like the insects and animals they are claiming we are. History tends to repeat itself on this matter. What is worth that price? One person said 10,000 people could die. I don’t want to be around when that day comes. If this does get ugly. There are always bystanders. Keep that in mind.

    • Wwhere were you when we went on a hegemony rampage (illegal war on two countries that didn’t attack us) and 10’s of thousands died ?
      Are you saying that secret surveillance is OK but ES is a criminal? and no where did i see any comments that ‘all gubmint workers have to die’ stmts like that are troll stuff.
      Is it Gubmint workers doing the surveillance ? or is contracting it to AT& T the same thing ?
      i feel that Capitalism is the root of the problem. and Russia our/the US Statagon’s biggest foe (still and for now). ES exposed a lot and more will be revealed about US insideous virulent hegemonization of the world/ universe. One’s chances of being killed due any of the 411 ES revelations is so infintessimally small ~ esp compared to the Cuba crisis in the ’50’s .
      Perhaps if we had ES’s back in the days of WWII we could have stopped Truman from murdering 200,000 Japanese in a flash for political hay.
      Espionage and secret stealing is nothing new ~ they followed Marx around; like all Revolutionaries bent on eradicating Warrior Culture gubmints secrecy is a big part of the equation. All those gubmint workers IE State Dept, Pentagon, Executive Br, fear spying and secrets of ‘others’ catapaults the US into this ‘war on terror’ and a predictable and required outcome is the vicious cycle of perpetual war for perpetual peace.
      Generals living off the Social teat driving war thru fear and surveillance, funded/backed by Wall St war profiteers, must be exposed… The LIVES this saves is incalcuable ~ thank you Edward Snowden.

    • Southwestgirl13 says:

      Tuck your tail between your legs and flee home little puppy, stop being such a squeamish ass sissy. Let the bloodbath begin none of them are innocent!

  58. mhs says:

    May Allah bless, guide and protect Edward Snowden!

  59. Jas says:

    If this is true then wouldnt Snowden be better off dead to..well, every country that hates the US? If they kill him then they get the info too.

  60. Pingback: Snowden Bombshell: Downloaded All the roster of US public employees… | Adonis Diaries

  61. quattrone says:

    Snowden is not only an American patriot, he is a global freedom fighter against the tyranny of the corporate/government juggernaut.

    This man will go down in history as a pivotal figure. A global “George Washington” of sorts. Brilliant young mind.

  62. Pingback: Snowden Bombshell: Downloaded All the roster of US public employees… | ▇ ▅ █ ▅ ▇ ▂ ▃ ▁ ▁ ▅ ▃ ▅ ▅ ▄ ▅ ▇

  63. Jennifer says:

    He’s not a traitor, he brilliantly protected himself and the American people. He had access to all that information because the government gave itto him, he didn’t hack a site. He was doing his job, and if he wouldn’t of taken it with him I have no doubt that the government would of killed him by now.


  65. Nihilus says:

    This is a traitor, and you follow a false messiah. Just look at all these anti government comment’s. They don’t care about that information, this is all part of their plan. Who do you think will win this fight? They want you to riot, raising the bar to explicit content, slowing brainwashing us with predictive programing, and lowering education. What good is this information if the government implements a new system of control? They want you to bite, so they can tighten the leash. Ironic so many shootings and police brutality footage broadcasted lately. Don’t blindly follow this traitor, because that’s what he is. He’s about as trustworthy as this perverted dictatorship we call a government.

  66. rjr says:

    BS. If he was that dangerous to the establishment, they’d just send a drone to kill him.

    • Bill Goode says:

      If the US sent a drone to kill Snowden in Russia, that would be a very overt act of war. The US gets away with drone attacks in Yemen & Pakistan and in some other countries, because those countries kowtow to the US government. Russia does not kowtow to the US government. Such a drone attack would be a major attack of war.

      Besides, didn’t you read in the story what effect killing him would have? Not an effect the establishment is looking forward to experiencing.

  67. Joey Bolz says:

    I’m with Snowden all the way. The french had a list and more lists. Lopped off a lot of heads. Don’t think it done them much good. Nothing good comes from violent revolutions. Also, I am a city government electrician. Molon Labe angry mob!

  68. GMC says:

    Lying again. The US authorities describe the information as leaks, using the notion to portray a further, emotive portrait of Snowden, when nothing of what is listed has ever been leaked. Snoxen merely holds data illegally, as collateral, just as the USA break international laws, treaties and conventions in holding data about most people in the world. The USA’s officials have said it wants Snowden to swing by his neck until he is dead, merely for publicising the USA’s criminal breaches of human rights – just in telling us that they go on, beyond the covering up the USA and PRISM nations have been doing for years.

    I thought Snowden a bit immature in publicising that he has this further information about people involved with the state, and he could have kept it to himself, still with the arrangement of publication if anything ever happens to him. But, actually, I think being open is the best policy. At least to see what they’ll do. They are less than juvenile delinquents, they are incredibly false people and yet they run the most powerful state military wise in the world. A state known to be unfair and lie in going to war, killing hundreds of thousands, simply to assert continuing global dominance. And it wonders why insurgents from near and afar wish to achieve the odd little attack against it. It is killing the world, smothering its own people as well, though the nation does not seem to know it.

    No, Snowden did the right thing, again. Again, ‘they’ are incredibly false, devious, deviant, con men with the most massive arsenal in the world and now everyone’s private data, including companies and supposed friend nations and ruling officials. What is Snowden’s point? I suppose, this life is no dry run, it is nothing academic, nothing of a trial, nothing alien to every potential branch of cause and effect. Yes, it is absolutely right in the “game” of the USA’s own making which those with any sight left know can never be a game, no, nothing of a game, at the very least it has to be seen what the real treasonous bunch – state officials – will do. Again, this life is the furthest opposite of a dry run or academic tasting. So the importance is paramount in at least “seeing what they do” when someone goes a much lease distance towards exactly what they have been doing and no doubt still do and will do, illegally.

  69. iowa pam says:

    I laughed and laughed and laughed through this article…what comes around, goes around. I LOVE IT!!

  70. W. Herrod says:

    The Gubmint are the traitors, Edward Snowden is a hero and a patriot! Too bad we don’t have more like him

  71. Bear says:

    So if the supposedly “good” government employees are worried about release of their info maybe they should step up and be like Snowden and expose the corruption and abuses they are privy too. I have no doubt the even the lowliest employee sees documents and activities all the time that are not right, legal, and corrupt. STEP THE HELL UP or suffer the consequences of enabling and assisting the organized crime know as the US government.

  72. Jared Myers says:

    Brilliant move by Snowden. If they ever try to take him out, all their dirty laundry comes out regardless.
    I’m beginning to believe that the only way Snowden can come home is if Rand Paul is elected President, as the Senator from Kentucky is pretty much the only feasible future Presidential candidate who appreciates what Snowden exposed.

  73. tijmenbrozius says:

    ‘Espionage’ is what we do with an enemy. If a government lets it come so far that citizens perceive it as an enemy, it deserves to be brought down.

  74. TruBlu says:

    Reblogged this on Tru Blu ReView and commented:
    Edward Snowden is, without doubt, the single biggest headache for the establishment.

  75. vin says:

    still awaiting moderation???

  76. vin says:

    My comment and proof that the story originated with FBI “asset” Hal Turner should not have been reason to refuse publication in the comment section…Why censor it?
    Please publish or write me privately with your reasoning.

    • Ask Marion says:

      I am not censoring or holding back any comments. I’ve approved them as they came in. I just went back to check.

      As for the story originating from Hal Turner… it doesn’t mean it isn’t true; sometimes things are leaked for reasons!! It is just like a conspiracy… just because something is a conspiracy doesn’t mean it is a theory nor does it mean it is not true. And I have an outside (personal) reputable source, that I run things by, that verified that this information is true.

  77. Southwestgirl13 says:

    This guys rocks! what a true American hero. I wish I had those lists. And to all the useless under-worked, over paid U.S. Government employees complaining about this. You are not an innocent in this, you are an active participant with no integrity and deserve whatever retribution someone decides to commit against you. Sure hope those sissy ass fascist in the law enforcement community are terrified.

  78. Pingback: Students Elect U.S. NSA leaker Snowden as Glasgow University Rector | askmarion

  79. Jesse Henley says:

    “You assist an evil system most effectively by obeying its orders and decrees. An evil system never deserves such allegiance. Allegiance to it means partaking of the evil. A good person will resist an evil system with his or her whole soul.” -Mahatma Gandhi

  80. Pingback: EXCLUSIVE: Former NSA Employee Speaks Out About its Corruption | askmarion

  81. Pingback: John Kerry’s Tales And The House Of Pain | The Sandy Monocle

  82. Bead Stallcup says:

    Thank you Edward Snowden! Also, I would like to see the real figures on their salaries, their lavish expense accounts, their medical, surgical, dental, spa benefits, etc., their lavish retirements, pensions, etc., and I mean all of it, every damn penny! I’d like to see just what we as taxpayers, are being forced to fork over to these parasites and suckegg jackoffs who are gallivanting around at our expense, living high and wide off of us — while trying to disarm us, poison/corrupt our food sources, get our promising young boys and girls killed in foreign wars for profit, defraud us of our rights as human beings, etc… What are we paying these parasites to steal from us and wreck our way of life?

  83. Pingback: PNN Live #62 Sheriff Attacks Man in Court ‹ Peace News Now

  84. Pingback: Snowden leak: NSA plans to infect ‘millions’ of computers | askmarion

  85. Pingback: Google

  86. DC says:

    Snowden is a balsy badass who took the power away from the rich and corrupt and gave it back to the American people. People nowadays seem to fear the government, when in reality it’s the government that should fear its citizens. With his acts of bravery we know possess the tools of truth

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s