In the debate over the whistle-blower Edward Snowden, the U.S. has now appealed to his sense of honour. Foreign Ministry spokesman, Ventrell, said last Tuesday Snowden should have the courage to return to the States and to face the allegations. "The courage he then will need," the spokesman added. (like Bradley Mannings)
If these tactics do not succeed, the U.S. government wants to pursue its next step of "policy" in this matter, a policy of scandalous needle stings ("coward", "wimp", "do not trust you", "liar" traitor" etc) If Snowden then is filed with guilt and wears down ("What we have done for you and how you thank us? ") the true spirit of liberty succeeded and Snowdon can rest in peace in the Walhalla, the hall of fame that honours laudable and distinguished dissidents.
Well what was not said was, if in case that all these liberal proposals are of no avail, some saddened U.S. officials may consider the well tested Guatemano tactics and then say openly, "we have no choice - we torture his family." Refreshment through water-boarding and all these humanitarian research for truth for all our security of course. This then is justified under the new GWOY, Global-war-on-you, act with "home grown terrorists".
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