May 30, 2014

Snowden Interview Reveals Ultimate Arrogance

Benjamin Wittes, The New Republic

The Associated Press

I have no doubt that his performance will move many viewers, who will seeas he clearly doesnobility in his sacrifices, purity in his motives, and honor in his decision to defy the law in some larger defense of morality as he sees it.

Yet I was unmoved by Snowden’s performance.

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TAGGED: Edward Snowden, Russia, National Security Agency

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