Thanking Edward Snowden and the Biggest Excuse Ever to Revolt Against the American Government

Edward Snowden. You know the name. He’s the guy who exposed the NSA for spying on Americans and has said he doesn’t think things will change but will only get worse.

He’s right, and we can thank ourselves for that.

Now everyone knows the abuses of the United States government under Barack Obama. Now everyone knows just how much our liberties and freedoms under this usurping, non-American criminal who has, again and again, committed treason against the people of the United States, gotten away with so much without even a whisper of opposition from the representatives of the people of America itself.

It is criminal. There is no justice in the land, none whatsoever.

I feel like Amos of Scripture, but no.

Listen people. Thank Edward Snowden – after you thank God for him – for revealing the corruption of your own government.



Lament and wail at your laziness, your spoiled-brat, I-just-care-what-goes-on-under-my-own-roof attitude  and biblically unpatriotic hypocrisy.

You’re not patriotic. If you were, you’d be loading a shotgun and shooting the first politician assaulting or trying to change the Constitution of America.

No, instead, you – we – sit here, and do nothing.

Edward Snowden has shown us how corrupt our own government is. We do nothing about it, except, maybe, spew empty rhetoric.

But here’s the scary part.

The government, thanks to Edward Snowden, now knows that you won’t do a thing except blow hot air with your empty rhetoric on the internet or in private with your friends of like mind.

You won’t do anything, because you really don’t care, in your heart, that your identity, your freedoms, your liberty – which you take for granted so much now – will never really disappear, because you live in America, the land of the free.

Or so you think. And that’s why you need to wake up by God’s grace.

Because you will do nothing until your supper table is affected, the U.S. government now knows that it can do whatever it pleases without fear of reprisal. The sheeple are near dead. The proverbial flood gates are now open, thanks to us.

If there was ever, in the history of America, a greater reason to revolt against our own government and change things for the better – OUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT –  then please tell me what it is, by all means.