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The title of this headline says it all. Edward Snowden has a shot at the Nobel Peace Prize for letting us know about the unlawful surveillence program of the US government, which it has also used to spy on our international allies.

Snowden’s revellation was the third time the program has been revealed. In December 2005 the New York Times revealed the program on its front page. The following month, New York Times reporter James Risen’s book, State of War, was released. It revealed the extensive illegal NSA spy program, which had been initiated by the Bush regime. State of War made it to the best seller lists, and is in most public libraries. The Bush regime refused to press any charges against the Times or Risen.

The Obama regime has chased Snowden out of the nation for revealing an illegal activity by the government that was already outed by Risen and the Times. By some strange and unknown logic, the Obama administration has refused to press charges against Risen and the Times.

Go check out State of War at your local library, and then tell your neighbors that Edward Snowden is on the run from your government for revealing to the public an illegal government activity that you just read about in a book you found at the public library.

This strongly suggests the USA police state has arrived, and that the US Constitution has become a meaningless scrap of paper. In other words, both politically and economically, the game has been completely rigged against the 99 percent because the US government has been completely corrupted.

US Hero Edward Snowden Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize–Guardian UK

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