Diet Soap Podcast #186: The Snowden Litmus Test

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The guest this week is the columnist Margaret Kimberley. Kimberley’s Freedom Rider column appears on the Black Agenda Report and this week we discuss a column she wrote entitled “The Snowden Litmus Test.”

It’s Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 and I’m Douglas Lain the host of the podcast.

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Here’s an excerpt from Kimberley’s column:

Edward Snowden has been called a traitor, a narcissist, a loser and a danger to national security. Reporters have questioned whether he was friendly enough to his neighbors or why he made a good salary despite having just a GED. He has even been criticized for leaving the military after he broke his legs. His whereabouts are unknown because the federal government is preparing to file charges against him.
Such extravagant and bizarre levels of vitriol can mean only one thing. When politicians and rich pundits all join together to deliver a very public beat down, the victim of the beating is probably someone who did the people a great service.

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