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Russian Convicted Spy Edward Snowden: Libertarians Are Just Kitty Cats
Hey Ed, how did you get into Flynn’s top secret DIA servers?
The residual Edward Snowden fan base needs to take the blinders off and understand that he’s just a traitor. Edward Snowden is not a hero. Edward Snowden is literally a Russian citizen now. Stanning Snowden is worse than stanning Assange at this point.
The reason why the cult wants to pardon them is that they are incredibly dangerous to Putin and his American allies. They both know how all of this really got started.
Today Snowden’s standing up for “Libertarians.” He wants you to believe that if libertarians “take over” they will just “leave you alone.” Libertarians like Peter Thiel and Elon Musk.
The reality is that the new breed “libertarians” have made common cause with both anarchists and fascists, because in their new version of “liberty” the entire system has to be burned to the ground so they can rebuild it — regardless of the pain and death it causes in the process.
Many of them have also allied with Vladimir Putin because they see him as a perfect instrument of chaos to help accelerate a catastrophic scenario that will leave people like Musk and Thiel in power. That’s why Musk is setting about controlling our communications and space travel, and Peter Thiel is set up to profit from suffering and death.
It’s also important to remember that the most damaging secrets that Edward Snowden stole and handed off to Kremlin approved journalists and Wikileaks was not from the NSA. The military secrets came from top secret DIA servers. Mike Flynn was not only head of the DIA when Snowden got into the servers, Flynn was literally at GRU headquarters at the same time that Snowden was stealing the documents.
Mike Flynn showed his loyalty to the Kremlin by allowing Edward Snowden to access top secret military secrets that damaged the United States and put countless people in danger.
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