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Brazil has launched an investigation as to whether telecoms operating within the country cooperated with the US as part of the NSA’s herculean surveillance operations.
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Brazil could shutdown all American companies for spying and expel the US ambassador and embassy staff as spies then US may take notice. In fact all Latin American nations could do the same and stop the illegal spying! Just say Bye Bye Bye Bama...see ya in two years...Oh BTW we cancelled all the airplane orders....Happy Spying on the dumb Americans!
Don't underestimate the power of an emerging country like Brazil. In time of crisis and recession...
If Dilma is serious and not just "doing a Merkel" she should unequivocally offer asylum to Snowden.
Thanks for Investigating and please do some thing about the technical aspects!
there'll be a revolution in USA few yrs from now. They have no intention to pay debt.
US politicians go insane unable to pay their huge debt. Anyone with huge debt will do what they did.
For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed nor hidden that will not be known - Luke:12:2
All u elitists cant hide from Jesus Christ no matter how mny trillions u hve.Get ready to b judged!
06:25After letting Germany protest & condemn the US for awhile he leaked they're involvement.
USA and their war machine are responsible for most trouble in the world and should mind own business
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