Could enough whistleblowers cause a revolution?

Discussion in 'Gaming & Media' started by Crayo, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. We currently have Julian Assange in Ecuadorian asylum, and now Edward Snowden has too requested Ecuadorian asylum. Wikileaks are supporting Snowden all the way and are providing advisors, lawyers, and such; could an eventual revolution be prominent if more serious leaks continue to occur? How long can the Obama administration survive if continued leaks show the corruption and secrecy behind the public speeches?

    Just food for thought. Could be a good discussion. Not sure how many of you are interested however, but I advise following this case, as he's been charged with things like theft and espionage. Quite ironic considering the leak Snowden produced. He was hiding in Hong Kong by the way, and America asked Hong Kong to extradite him, but apparently they didn't follow the appropriate Hong Kong law to extradite him, and they have since let Snowden leave the country.