German chancellor amongst list of NSA’s list of “high-value targets” | Ars Technica

How can Snowden be seen as anything more than a traitor to the United States?

German chancellor amongst list of NSA’s list of “high-value targets” | Ars Technica

 

More disclosure by Edward Snowden, the  Traitor that infiltrated and stole sensitive data from the NSA, again threatens the safety of the United States. Our subject story discusses the recent disclosure of information relative to the spy games conducted by the NSA on foreign soil. You see, people don’t seem to understand that Snowden was not a contract employee that stumbled upon improper NSA activity. Snowden made a premeditated infiltration of the NSA with malicious intent. He continues to demonstrate such malicious intent by disclosure of sensitive information to  the world via documents he provides to Journalists not friendly to the United States.

Snowden had opportunity to be a national hero to the people of the United States by his discovery and disclosure of information relative to the illegal spying activity of the NSA on US citizens, but instead Snowden chose to  run to foreign soil with untold amounts of stolen data from the files of the NSA. He continues to disclose portions of this data periodically via the media. Such disclosure may one day pose serious threat to the safety of the United States.

A lot of people in the US believe Snowden a hero for his actions, because many fail to see the seriousness of the treason Snowden is doing by disclosure of information regarding activities to foreign soil. How anyone cannot see the significance of such disclosure and the potential threat to the US is hard to understand. Who knows what documents he holds and the threat they may pose. He is not qualified to possess such information and he has not the skills necessary to protect this country from acts created by his failure to maintain secrecy of sensitive information.

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