By: Enrique R. Suarez
“The unexamined life is not worth living”
I wrote this article back in 2016 on Researchgate that it is even more relevant today.
Barack Obama said in response to the revelations that the United States spy on embassies of friendly countries that “any intelligence service tries to better understand the world.” My response to president Obama, the corporate elites and the military industrial complex is three-fold, 1) the United States cannot break the law to uphold the law, that is, Snowden cannot be charged with breaking the law when in fact he only reported previous illegal and unconstitutional spying done against its own citizens by the U.S. government which is the moral prerogative of any serious whistleblower to do, 2) if the president of the United States, the corporate elites and the military industrial complex want to better understand the world, they need to better understand human nature and what a human being is, and 3) if Obama, the corporate elites and the military industrial complex need to better understand public opinion in this spying matter, they need to understand that the privacy rights of Americans aren't the only ones that matter.
You can read the rest of this article in the below link:
(12) (PDF) A Message of Peace, Dignity and Prosperity to Barack Obama, the Corporate Elites and the Military Industrial Complex Regarding the Spying Allegations against Edward Snowden and his Pledge for a more Transparent and Decent World: America cannot break the Law to uphold the Law. Available from: