Ron Paul Interviews Edward Snowden: Security… or Surveillance?

What does former NSA analyst turned whistleblower Edward Snowden have to tell us about liberty? About trading a little freedom for government promises of security? Does he feel that his historic release of government documents showing how the NSA spies on all of us, constantly, without a warrant, has had a positive effect on freedom? Tune in to this very special episode of the Ron Paul Liberty Report, where we speak to Snowden on these and so many more issues:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

13 thoughts on “Ron Paul Interviews Edward Snowden: Security… or Surveillance?”

  1. Derp the racist old neoconfederate talks with his fellow islamophobic goober fanboy. You goobers don’t seem to grasp its the for profit corporations that track you and steal and sell all your online activity.

    1. ignorant. Companies don’t arrest people and steal from them, goverment agents do.

      1. Ignorant. Monopolies do. Cartels do. They get the government to do it for them.

        1. “They get the government to do it for them.” Exactly. Thank you for confirming my assertion. Authoritarianism is the problem, not the solution.

      2. lol companies don’t steal. Wow look at this water boy for the plutocracy ^

        1. ” Wow look at this water boy for the plutocracy ^”

          Government serves the interests of the rich. And not just all the rich, but specifically that subset of the rich who have not earned their wealth, but plundered it. Government is not, has never been, and never can be, the servant of the poor.

      3. Yes you are ignorant. You should know how for profit private companies can exploit your info so that you don’t get that job, you don’t get that car loan, you don’t get that mortgage. You neoconfederates love your shiny right wing deflection while you life turns to shit. But heck, as long as the black folk don’t get what you think is yours, right ? /s

  2. small government = more respect for people.

    Not necessarily

    When God created man with certain inalienable rights
    Man receives his rights from God
    Government cannot take that away no matter its size

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