‘Talking Edward Snowden’s Next Move‘, is Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song, released by Mira Sound Germany on Audio Single and DVD for stimulating the debate about the balance between privacy and security and top-secret U.S. and British mass surveillance programs disclosed to the public by Edward Snowden.
Michel Montecrossa says about his New-Topical-Song ‘Talking Edward Snowden’s Next Move’:
“Like General Michael Hayden I welcome the debate about the balance between privacy and security which is fueled by Edward Snowden’s discloser of top-secret U.S. and British mass surveillance programs and want to say with my song: It’s time for Lindsay and Edward to marry and for governments to show mercy.”
TALKING EDWARD SNOWDEN’S NEXT MOVE
Talking Edward Snowden’s Next Move after he disclosed / top-secret U.S. and British mass surveillance programs / to inform the people about what is done against them, / fueling debates about security and privacy.
Prosecutor charged him with espionage and theft. / His disclosures are said to rank among the most significant / security breaches by leakers in United States history. / John Boehner, speaker of the House, called Snowden “a traitor”.
A “We The People” petition launched on the White House website seeks: / “A full, free and absolute pardon” for Snowden. / German politician Jürgen Trittin wrote: / “Edward Snowden has done us all a great service.” / And Amy Davidson is thankful for the “overdue” conversation / on privacy and the limits of domestic surveillance.
General Michael Hayden welcomed the debate about / the balance between privacy and security. / “I am convinced”, he said, “the more the American people know exactly / what it is we are doing in this balance between privacy and security, / the more they know, the more comfortably they will feel.”
I say: “Hysteria and paranoia and death wish strangling libido / and state machine brutality are the dark world only. / I see the Bright Earth of Love to be the true / and winning in each one of us and that’s what I say: / “It’s time for Lindsay and Edward to marry / and for governments to show mercy.”
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany