Oliver Stone Tells European Audience on Fourth of July 'The World is in Danger With Our Tyranny'

Dontcha just love it when pompous Hollywoodans speak ill of America whilst traveling abroad on national holidays?

Take Oliver Stone for example who on the Fourth of July actually said of the United States at a film festival in the Czech Republic, "The world is in danger with our tyranny."

As The Wrap reported moments ago, Stone also said during a press conference at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, "It's a disgrace that Obama is more concerned with hunting down Snowden than reforming these George Bush-style eavesdropping techniques...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."

"He should be welcomed, and offered asylum," Stoned continued, "but he has no place to hide because every country is intimidated by the United States. This should not be. This is what's wrong with the world today, and it's very important that the world recognizes and gives asylum to Snowden. Everyone in the world is impacted by the United States' Big Brother attitude toward the world."

But he didn't stop there.

In front of a room of mostly European journalists, Stone said, "We need countries to say no to the United States."

"The United States is the dominant power in the universe, with its eavesdropping abilities, cyber abilities," he continued. "And the world is in danger with our tyranny."

And this is what an American says in the Czech Republic on the Fourth of July.

How disgraceful.

War on Terrorism Surveillance George W. Bush Barack Obama Oliver Stone
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