A home for Edward Snowden

Posted: January 20, 2014 in news
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In any decent country in the world a person like Edward Snowden would be treated as a hero for risking his life, work and family to denounce the nefarious crimes committed by his country – the United States – against its own citizens and citizens of other countries, plus companies and international organizations, through the spy program run by the fucking National Security Agency (NSA) – a hideous cancer that threatens the freedom of anyone on this planet.

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Snowden in BrazilAfter the scandalous allegation that the NSA spied the President of Brazil Dilma Houssef and invaded the privacy of federal agencies and private Brazilian companies like Petrobras, there is a great chance that Brazil provide political asylum to this world hero named Edward Snowden, now living in temporary asylum in Russia, but under the threat of being extradited to the United States where he will be tried and convicted of treason.

The biggest traitors in this story are the United States represented by its President Barack Obama, who betrayed the ideals and constitutional laws that guarantee the freedom of information and the right to privacy of their citizens. A campaign driven by NGO Avaaz is mobilizing people around the world to sign a petition to Edward Snowden receive political asylum in Brazil.

Sign the petition and help us to give a home for this hero of freedom:

The world’s greatest whistleblower is stuck in the Russian winter, facing solitary confinement, ridicule, and life in prison if US agents grab him. But this week, we could help get him to safety.

snowden-russian-refugee-documentEdward Snowden’s Russian refugee document. Maxim Shemetov / Reuters.

Edward Snowden exposed the mind-boggling and illegal level of surveillance the US government is conducting on, well, all of us. His welcome in Russia runs out soon, and he’s got nowhere to go. But Brazilian President Dilma is angry at US surveillance and experts say she might brave massive US pressure to consider asylum for Snowden!

This is about much more than one man. If Snowden’s act of truth-telling leads to crippling punishment, it sends the wrong signal to abusive governments and whistleblowers everywhere. If 1 million of us take action now, we can send President Dilma the largest citizen-supported asylum bid in history – sign to safeguard Snowden and defend democracy everywhere.

Click here to sign the petition in English

“To the President of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, and Minister of Justice, José Eduardo Cardozo:
As citizens from around the world deeply concerned with the massive violation of our privacy, we call on you to grant asylum to whistleblower Edward Snowden. As the leader of a global movement for internet freedom and privacy, Brazil is the perfect home for a man who sacrificed his life to disclose invasive and illegal US spying.”

Even Snowden get political asylum in Brazil or any other country in the world, his life will be forever threatened by conspirators government agencies and extreme right American organizations working in the underworld of international espionage promoting murders. Edward Snowden is now the real-life Jason Bourne. Read more: America’s Spies Want Edward Snowden Dead.

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Transcripted text from the interview of Edward Snowden to The Guardian in June 2013:

“In the years I’ve worked there you see the new systems that have come up, capabilities of these systems have grown, the amount they can see and ingest and analyze is constantly becoming more and more invasive and the manner in which these authorities are used and applied have become looser and looser to the point where, nowadays, you no longer have the expectation of privacy online, even with privacy advancing technologies. Governments are actively searching for ways to defeat them, to sort of return you to the pen for controlled thought.

The government will follow a simple playbook. I think they will try to destroy my credibility, they’ll attack me personally and they will try to make an example out of me in any way they can to discourage others from coming forward when they find other things they think the government is improperly classifying information. My primary fear is that the government is going to come after my family, they are going to exercise warrants against any location I’ve ever used an electronic device, every friend I’ve ever visited at home, my partner who’s travelled with me throughout the world. My mother, my father — anyone I have (inaudible) with they’ll attack them in lieu of me because they can’t reach me and I think that’s incredibly wrong. But I think they’ll do what they can do send a message that people shouldn’t do this unless they want repercussions.”

Watch the complete Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras’ Interview with Edward Snowden for The Guardian: Part 1 and Part 2.

Update 26th January, 2014:

Russia extends asylum for Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden doesn’t have to return to the United States unless he wants to, the head of the foreign affairs committee for Russia said Friday. Alexy Pushkov said in a statement at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that Mr. Snowden has been granted an extension of his asylum and will stay in Russia unless he decides he wants to return to America, CNN reported.

Meanwhile, Mr. Snowden has indicated in a recent online chat that he would like to return to the United States, but under current whistle-blower protection laws, that scenario was not possible. Source: The Washington Post.

And if there’s someone from NSA reading this text right now this message is only for you:

messageUm Lar para Edward Snowden

Em qualquer país decente e civilizado do mundo uma pessoa como Edward Snowden seria tratada como herói por arriscar a vida, o trabalho e a família para denunciar os crimes nefastos cometidos por seu país – os Estados Unidos – contra seus próprios cidadãos e cidadãos de outros países, além de empresas e entidades internacionais, através do programa de espionagem comandado pela maldita National Security Agency (NSA) – um câncer hediondo que ameaça a liberdade de qualquer pessoa neste planeta.

Após a escandalosa denúncia de que a ANS espionou a presidente do Brasil Dilma Houssef e atentou contra a privacidade de órgãos públicos federais e empresas privadas brasileiras como a Petrobrás, há uma chance muito grande de o Brasil conceder asilo político a esse herói mundial chamado Edward Snowden, que agora vive sob asilo temporário na Rússia, mas sob a ameaça de ser extraditado para os Estados Unidos onde será julgado e certamente condenado por crime de traição.

Os maiores traidores nessa história são os Estados Unidos na figura de seu presidente Barack Obama, que traiu os ideais e leis constitucionais que garantem a liberdade de informação e o direito à privacidade de seus cidadãos. Uma campanha movida pela ONG Avaaz está mobilizando pessoas a assinarem uma petição para que Edward Snowden receba asilo político no Brasil.

Assine a petição e ajude-nos a dar um lar para este herói da liberdade:

O maior denunciante do mundo está isolado no inverno russo, correndo o risco de ser preso em uma solitária, ser alvo de humilhações e maus-tratos e até enfrentar pena de prisão perpétua se os agentes norte-americanos colocarem as mãos nele. Mas nesta semana poderemos ajudá-lo a conseguir um porto seguro.

Edward Snowden expôs o estarrecedor e ilegal esquema de espionagem que o governo dos EUA controla e que espia a todos nós. O asilo temporário na Rússia está quase acabando e Snowden não tem para onde ir. Mas a presidente Dilma continua bastante irritada com a espionagem americana e, segundo especialistas, ela pode se contrapor à pressão dos EUA para considerar dar asilo a Snowden!

Vai muito além de um homem em particular. Se o ato de Snowden – contar a verdade – for recebido com repressão, estaremos enviando a mensagem errada a governos abusivos e denunciantes no mundo todo. Se 1 milhão de nós nos mobilizarmos agora, poderemos enviar à presidente Dilma a maior mensagem de apoio cidadã na história. Assine para garantir a segurança de Snowden e defender a democracia em todo o mundo.

Clique aqui para assinar a petição em português

“Como cidadãos de todo o mundo profundamente preocupados com a violação em massa de nossa privacidade, pedimos a V. Exas que concedam asilo a Edward Snowden, que denunciou a espionagem norte-americana. Como líder de um movimento global pela liberdade na Internet e pela privacidade, o Brasil é o lar perfeito para um homem que sacrificou sua vida para divulgar a invasiva e ilegal espionagem dos EUA.”

Mesmo que Snowden consiga asilo político no Brasil ou em qualquer país do mundo, sua vida estará para sempre ameaçada por agências governamentais conspiradoras e organizações de extrema direita norte-americanas que agem no submundo da espionagem promovendo assassinatos internacionais. Edward Snowden é hoje o Jason Bourne da vida real. Leia mais: Espiões americanos querem Edward Snowden morto.

Comments
    • mkenobi says:

      Now the fucking NSA and all bastards in the US Government will accuse Snowden of a lot of things. If a pigeon crapper on your head is Snowden fault, if you step on a dog poop is Snowden fault too… Go to hell NSA, US Government and CIA…

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