World’s richest magnate despises notorious Russkie lovin’ whistleblower! Coldest war of all?!
Rolling Stone reported that Gates in a no-holds-barred interview made startling declarations about the leaker of secrets.
“I actually wish we were having more intense debates about these things,” Gates said.
“I think he broke the law, so I certainly wouldn’t characterize him as a hero,” Battling’ Bill said
. “If he wanted to raise the issues and stay in the country and engage in civil disobedience or something of that kind, or if he had been careful in terms of what he had released, then it would fit more of the model of ‘OK, I’m really trying to improve things.
“You won’t find much admiration from me.”
Some things are best kept secret the former warlord of Silicon Valley/philanthropist told the music mag.
“The government has such ability to do these things. There has to be a debate,” Gates said.
“But the specific techniques they use become unavailable if they’re discussed in detail.
“So the debate needs to be about the general notion of under what circumstances should they be allowed to do things.”
No word yet about a steel cage match – yet as Snowden remains ensconced in Putin-land.