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Merkel justifies NSA eavesdropping surveillance

11.07.2013 05:13

Despite “justified questions” to the American intelligence community regarding eavesdropping on German networks, the US remains Berlin’s “most loyal ally”, announced Chancellor Angela Merkel in interview to Die Zeit weekly.

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Lahcen Oizaz 09.09.2013 12:45

German people are the most oppressed people on Earth. They have no right to write their own history. They have to accept the propaganda of the winners of the both World wars with their hidden agenda.

 

Wander 27.08.2013 06:20

This woman shouldn't be in power

 

Leon Trotsky 06.08.2013 00:56

Merkel is right. There is absolutely no comparison between the Stasi and the global NSA surveillance. The NSA sweep is global, while the Stasi were limited to half of one country; The NSA monitors all electronic communications, the Stasi didn't have the technology or personnel for that. The NSA gets massive financial and political support from governments all over the world, while the Stasi were lucky to get thrown the occasional bone from the KGB.

Overall, the NSA is far more effective, and manufactures far more consent or, failing that, fear.

Anonymous user 29.07.2013 03:08

Germany is toooo nice. USA keeps gold and colonizes.

 

Mark Veritas 22.07.2013 00:44

The tangled webs they weave...

 

vamp07 21.07.2013 14:57

bullsh.. meter is currently in overdrive......

Anonymous user 19.07.2013 03:44

Merkel now revealed as just as ugly on the inside as she is on the outside.

Anonymous user 16.07.2013 10:43

When people represent apparently inconsistent positions means illegal activity
bribery
coverup
??

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 23:23

We can see, the clear manipulation of the elite, when they suddenly change their minds. Why?

Anonymous user 13.07.2013 19:54

"German Prismers of War" just another offshoot of Obama policy and contempt for international law.

 

Gary Foster 13.07.2013 17:28

Sounds like German Chancellor Angela Merkel not only knew of but, approved of NAS collecting private information on German citizens. What'd bet she gets voted out in the next election.

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