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US whistleblower Edward Snowden asked for asylum in Russia, but later withdrew the request after President Putin urged him to cease "anti-American activity," according to the President's spokesperson.
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There will be no freedom/democracy/lo ve coz this world is built on war/killing/money/li es/hatreds
Civilised countries agree: a person shouldnt be extradided to country practising capital punishment
Snowden continues to act in complete congruence with his principles. He has admirable integrity.
Excellent comment, my friend.
I hope the USA also sees the clear picture and understands the message Russia sends in that regard.
Russia keeps the pressure to see would the US dare another SWAT-sting operation as did w/V Bout-Asia
Soon the USA will realize their errors in Syria and embrace the leadership of Russia on the issue.
Leidenstationen / Eluding the Cross-Hairs:- Hawaii, HK, Moscow ... ? (ensure no crucifiction)
And the tune changes.
Putin defended the US when Obama would never do the same thing. The developments in Syria will teach Putin what th US is really all about.
The NSA is a tool for slavery from the New World Order-Bilderberg-Fed eral Reserve Bank
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