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  • RoamingGnome
    +6

    British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said Snowden had done a huge amount of damage to the West's ability to protect its citizens.

    "As to the specific allegations this morning, we never comment on operational intelligence matters so I'm not going to talk about what we have or haven't done in order to mitigate the effect of the Snowden revelations, but nobody should be in any doubt that Edward Snowden has caused immense damage," he told Sky News.

    No, the damage is being done by out-of-control governments that think they can do whatthefuckever they want to do. It's time to reel you assholes in, and put a bunch of you in prison.

  • hereorthere
    +5

    "A British intelligence source said Snowden had done "incalculable damage"." - Nope, it's the government's and their spying that has caused the damage.

  • AdelleChattre (edited 3 years ago)
    +4

    Oh, look. “Anonymous sources” speak to a newspaper, the newspaper runs a story, a governmental news agency reports the story of the story being reported, we’re given this all as fact while ‘known agencies’ push the Snooper’s Charter through Parliament. Somehow familiar, that. Hey, what’s the Terrorism Threat Level right now? Still ’Orange?’

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