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Germany, Brazil enlist 19 more countries for anti-NSA UN resolution

26.10.2013 17:54

Twenty-one countries, including US allies France and Mexico, have now joined talks to hammer out a UN resolution that would condemn “indiscriminate” and “extra-territorial” surveillance, and ensure “independent oversight” of electronic monitoring.

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John Carpenter 27.10.2013 01:22

Barry Kuda 26.10.2013 22:35


This is tantamount to a man who killed his wife announcing that he is no longer feeling murderous.

  


Not quite. The document that spawned this current reaction is dated 2006. That was the year the Democrats were winning back the House . Therese darkest days in American history were the Cheney years. (Bush is just a ventriloquist's dummy.) Whether Obama wishes things were different is difficult to gage. But he seemed happy to cave on Syria - running into Putin with the hawks at his heels.

 

Captian Kangeroo 27.10.2013 00:11

About time other nations start standing up against the
criminals running America.

 

Charles Grant Widjaja 26.10.2013 23:11

Gabriel Fronza 26.10.2013 21:59

what is the punishment for the US?

  


"That's the human right violation, and we can not tolerate it. We must invade them to bring security throughout the country" (This is the US Statement to Libya, Syria, Iraq, etc, So i think the fair statement should be exactly opposite)
It can be Iran, Syria, Russia who will start saying "US is a terrorist country, they spy their own people and other countries even their own allies, it's a violation againts human right, something that we can not tolerate. We must unite to invade USA."
That' s a fair trade..

 

Ahmad Usman Altie 26.10.2013 23:09

The shameless liars caught naked again!

 

Barry Kuda 26.10.2013 22:35

"... the White House ... claims that it no longer listens in on Merkel’s private conversations."

You morons think that's alright then, do you?

This is tantamount to a man who killed his wife announcing that he is no longer feeling murderous.

 

valdir nogueira 26.10.2013 22:31

Just imagine. The freedom's country. What a shame!

 

Gabriel Fronza 26.10.2013 21:59

what is the punishment for the US?

 

John Bastian 26.10.2013 21:11

They should santion the us, the way they do iran or north korea.

 

Commander 26.10.2013 19:56

If France and Mexico support this NSA resolution, they will face severe reprimands from Washington. For Americans it's all about control. They call it "full spectrum dominance".

 

Hanonymouse 26.10.2013 19:44

Sigh. By allowing "independent oversight" they are now making legal what was illegal - oversight or not.

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