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Snowden will help Germany investigate NSA spying if granted asylum – report

22.12.2013 23:40

Edward Snowden is offering Germany his help with investigating NSA spying activities on its soil, if Berlin grants him political asylum, Stern reports, citing correspondence with the whistleblower.

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suricaten 28.12.2013 22:03

To Mr. Snowden! Into the deep dark forrest i go, but I have got promises to keep, and miles to go, before I sleep! Your actions so far implies that you indirectly have promised more revelations! Mark thatI said "indirectly&quo t; And the same apply to Mr. Julien Assange! Because there must be ways to give the goahead to those that have the tools to make those revelations public! If there shall be some serious actions among ordinary citizens, they obviously need more information!

 

Orin Casey 28.12.2013 20:46

Gerd 23.12.2013 03:52

This is not trough? Germany is ocupied by US forces und sowith under total US control.Please stay in Russia ,nobody can help the German "MICHEL" say are happy to get brown noses from Amrican a......s
If they had courage,the first thing would be ,to demand a peace treaty ,which would include all foreign forces leave Germany with their condamionation ,like NUKE-heads at BUEDEL

  


Germany is it's own country believe it or not, not a puppet state kid. Entering germany with Angela Merkels knowledge could very well be good in the long term considering the spying.

 

suricaten 25.12.2013 19:48

This is a very personal opinion from my side, just to have clarified that! I think that the current revelations about mass surveillance on a scale that one thought would never be! But wrong, and the NSA says that they will increase this different programs, that they use or are developing!
Ther efor I think that the pace of both Wikileaks and Snowdon releasing of documents should increase very much, if not, you only give the NSA and others like them, the time to rearange their methods and ways! Please do not risk loosing the momentum that youhave now!

 

Winston York 24.12.2013 01:56

Guess what? The United Nations defines genocide as ANYTHING creating conditions which over the long run will make it impossible for a people to preserve its distinct identity. These things include mass immigration, forced integration, promoting miscegenation, and the propaganda of White guilt. Genocide does not have to be PHYSICAL destruction. Read the LEGAL definition of genocide. Genocide includes MENTAL harm. Like everyone is saying, anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.

 

Alan MacDonald 23.12.2013 23:47

YES! --- Snowden is not only a 'whistle-blower' on the NSA, but also on the EMPIRE behind the NSA.

NSA spying on all Americans (and every human being in every country on the globe) is merely the first recognition of only one of the police-state functions of just the 3rd, 'militarist sector', of the overall
Disguise d Global Empire, the integrated but hidden six-sectored Global Empire of; corporate, financial, militarist, media, extra-legal, and political Empire, that has 'captured' and now fully "Occupies" our
former country (and others) by hiding behind the facade of its modernized and DUAL-Party 'Vichy' democracy

 

Wolfgang Weicheier 23.12.2013 22:20

Zeek 23.12.2013 15:49


They can't. They dance to the tune of the US.

  


Yeah up until Obama's NSA tapped their Chancellor's phone. You don't need to sell the Germans about how overbearing a secret police apparatus within a central government can become dangerous to free men. They lived it. Obama is Hitler in the year 1935 and NSA is The Stasi.

 

Samuel von Staunton 23.12.2013 16:56

James 23.12.2013 15:45

I don't know if you've heard of Dr David Kelly, but he diclosed the truth about WMD during the Iraqi war.

After being questioned aggressively about his actions at the Hutton Inquiry, he 'apparently' took his own life three days later whilst walking his dog in the middle of nowhere.

I' d stay right where you are Edward.

  


Um. . . the only Dr. David Kelley I know of is a pseudophilosopher, continuing in the tradition of pseudophilosopher Ayn Rand.

 

James 23.12.2013 15:45

I don't know if you've heard of Dr David Kelly, but he diclosed the truth about WMD during the Iraqi war.

After being questioned aggressively about his actions at the Hutton Inquiry, he 'apparently' took his own life three days later whilst walking his dog in the middle of nowhere.

I' d stay right where you are Edward.

 

Commander 23.12.2013 14:37

It's really uncertain if the German government can be trusted. Mr. Snowden must act with great caution.

 

gary stewart 23.12.2013 13:55

[quote name=">Anti- r acist is a code for anti-white.[/quote]
I agree. Political correctness has become a virus.

 

Milan Bilek 23.12.2013 13:30

Please Mr. Edward Snowden! Do not do the mistake of your life, and forget that Germany is NATO country, and there are nearly 60.000 US troops there! And if you get your asylum granted in Germany! I can guarantee you a speedy return to the US, and I don't think for a minute, that what awaits you there,will be good! So Is your life so miserable, that you don't care anymore? Please Mr. Snowden, we all need people like you as role models!

 

Mark Vent 23.12.2013 12:40

gary stewart 23.12.2013 11:56

Russia saved Snowdens life when all other countries turned their backs on him and truth. He can thank Putin. It is a mistake wanting asylum in germany.

  


It is more like putting Angie on a test than really applying for asylum in Germany. Everyone knows Germany will not grant him asylum.

 

gary stewart 23.12.2013 11:56

Russia saved Snowdens life when all other countries turned their backs on him and truth. He can thank Putin. It is a mistake wanting asylum in germany.

 

Brian Miller 23.12.2013 11:48

All the people commenting, all hindsight, all reflective. But who was there with Snowden when he clicked copy file for the first time. You were not there, I was not there. Wall Street Journal and RT was not there. Never forget the person who does something good without knowing if he'll make it out the door. Out the city. You think back now and comment on Hong Kong, Russia, US, Obama, etc etc but never forget he clicked copy without any knowledge of what's next. That's the mark on history.

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