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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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Kenneth T. Tellis 27.10.2013 16:58

The U.S. has over stayed its WELCOME in Europe, so it is time for them to take their Military out of Europe altogether. NATO no longer serves Europe but only U.S. aggression as in SERBIA. Tell OBAMA that the door is now closed any co-operation between Europe and the U.S. Goodbye Americans and Godspeed to you on your way out.

 

Margaret Lynn 27.10.2013 16:32

Edward Dover 26.10.2013 23:20

To be fair, these EU governments need to stop spying on their ow people. They also need to cut all cooperation with US intelligence agencies beyond minimal interaction necessary for genuine security-but not for chasing imaginary boogeymen.

  


I agree, all government need to stop this indescriminate spying on their own people, it isn't right, it's certainly not an elightened way to deal with people. Data gathering, masquarading as legitimate programs promoted as avenues to help people, it's criminal minded, that's what it is.

 

Margaret Lynn 27.10.2013 16:26

Jeremy O'Meara 27.10.2013 10:18

I'mIt's pathetic, but we're used to this from the ruling class aren't we?

  


yes, it is pathetic that the people around the world are sue to this from the ruling class. It's also pathetic that people think technological advances really equals advancement for the human being, as an enlightened being. People are all to quick to act like they just climbed down out of a tree, fail to realize just how important " personal responsibility" is to liberty, they just can't seem to make the connection.

 

Christos Palaiológos 27.10.2013 16:11

Makes you wonder how many govermental agencies are doing this to it's citizens in the USA nothing is private anymore

 

Danny Hunt 27.10.2013 15:11

jane eagleton : This would mean that you believe the American spying on Brazil is of an interest to reform Brazil for the people. (Also, illegal)
But that's a bizarre opinion if you look at the destructive influence the USA has had upon every country in Central and South America. So, yours is a very naive idea of the USA.

 

Danny Hunt 27.10.2013 15:07

jane eagleton: No, theses are two different questions all together.

 

Danny Hunt 27.10.2013 15:06

Harold Barnes : So, will they - have they lived up to this agreement?

 

Harold Barnes 27.10.2013 14:27

The real reason for the lack of Australian bluster and condemnation, dear Australian friends, if you cared to investigate, is that Australia ALREADY has a pact with the U.S. which prohibits spying within the group composed of the U.S., Canada, U.K., Australia, and New Zealand. Try googling Quadripartite Agreement (1947) or Five Eyes. No mystery, no conspiracy, and no slavish submission of Abbot to U.S. interests. Better luck with the next anti-Abbot conspiracy theory.

 

Simon Wolfers 27.10.2013 13:40

Commercial espionage, the lust for total power can not be stopped by agreements or resolutions. The US and it's satellites are conducting a war OF terror on the planet. I'm not sure what the answer is!

 

jane eagleton 27.10.2013 11:05

Something else -- It's just pathetic that Brazilian President D. Rousseff demands an explanation and appology from the American government when she, herself, has a lot to explain to the Brazilian people.

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