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    Posted January 4, 2014 by
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    Waiting for Ed!


    It all started on Facebook! The Administrator of the world biggest Edward Snowden page had the wonderful idea to organize a worldwide protest to support the most known whistleblower of the world. The idea called “Worldwide Airport Protest” was simple but ingenious: You had to print out a sign with Edward Snowden's name on it and go to the next airport and "wait for his arrival". A few days later, over 800 people waited at over 100 airports in the whole world, from Paris to Berlin and Vienna to Lisbon. All participants also wanted to indicate on the question of asylum for Snowden that will be a big problem for him in the summer of 2014. Snowden’s temporary asylum in Russia ends in the mid of the year.



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