Oliver Stone spent July 4 roasting his home country, not hot dogs.
Stone, the far-left filmmaker and apologist for liberal leaders worldwide, blasted the U.S. in a public appearance to promote his critically assailed series The Untold History of the United States at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
The director of Platoon and W. said NSA leaker Edward Snowden is a hero, the world should stand up to the U.S. and that the country’s presence in the world must be countered.
It’s a disgrace that Obama is more concerned with hunting down Snowden than reforming these George Bush-style eavesdropping techniques,” said the outspoken, politically-charged filmmaker during an afternoon press conference at the Thermal Hotel in Karlovy Vary….
To me, Snowden is a hero, because he revealed secrets that we should all know, that the United States has repeatedly violated the Fourth Amendment.” Stone said. “He should be welcomed, and offered asylum, but he has no place to hide because every country is intimidated by the United States….
Stone touched on the NSA scandal, fearing what modern technology can offer to a country which abuses its power so easily.
The United States is the dominant power in the universe, with its eavesdropping abilities, cyber abilities … It’s what they call in the Pentagon ‘full spectrum dominance.’
“And the world is in danger with our tyranny.