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Government Surveillance: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)



There are only a few authorities checks on what America’s sweeping surveillance applications are able to doing. John Oliver sits down with Edward Snowden to debate the NSA, the stability between privateness and safety, and dick-pics.

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  1. The government is a burden on the people. Every government that has ever existed has extorted the people they are meant to serve and has corrupted itself to tyranny against the people it represents so that it only represents itself.
    After thousands of years of failed government, why would the people not try governing themselves?
    What part does the government play in your life? Does it manufacture your vehicle, build your home, make your clothes, grow your food, or set the dinner table of the evenings? What do the people “need” the government for?
    The people can run their own National Guard and Reserve defense. The people can use their resources to support or condemn manufactures who either supply goods in a harmonious way with nature or a destructive one. The people can and do deal in their own foreign relations every day.
    I say again, as sure as other governments are falling around the world, the people will realize that government is a corrupted burden on them and always has been.
    The people shall govern themselves! C

  2. What was the pint of doing what he did?! There is no such thing as privacy in the age of the internet and extremism. It’s a lose lose situation. We as individuals have to take charge of what we share online. That’s the least we can do. Now, he’s living in exile and risks extradition. Tsk tsk

  3. Just look at it this way.

    Hippie:
    Hey man, I was just blowin' smoke. Say, what right does the government have reading my private e-mails anyway?! Haven't you squares heard of the Constitution?
    Joe:
    Yeah, we've heard of that. We've also heard of the Declaration of Independence. See, there's a lot of people out there who think like you, people who think their government doesn't have the right to go around poking their noses in the e-mails of its citizens. That is, until a plane flies into a couple of towers and a little girl loses her life. You wanna live in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave, but the brave can't be free if the land isn't home, and that land won't be home so long as folks out there wanna take that American flag and shove it so far up your anus that you crap stars and stripes for a week, and as you're sittin' there on the toilet with the Star-Spangled Montezuma's Revenge there's one thing I can guarantee you.
    Hippie:
    Yeah? What's that?
    Joe:
    You won't care who's checkin your Twitter account then.

    Credits go to southpark episode "let go let gov.

  4. I thought Roe v. Wade said that there is a right to privacy in the constitution. I guess Obama didn't think of that when he decided to extend the Patriot Act.

  5. Fun fact: The matter made huge waves globally and of all places in the USA, whose citizens he wanted to be informed better, those citizens are still sound asleep…

  6. The 10 hour flight was nothing compared to what Snowden has endured for the sake of the freedom of the American people and the rest of the world from government surveillance. Making things funny is one thing but we need to have a lot more respect.

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