A ‘Friendly’ Spying
Source: Deutche Welle
Remember how Edward Snowden got his Russian exile? Russia said ‘Yes’ but under condition that he does not reveal any more of US secrets. Those were the days when Russia was still hoping normalization of the relations with USA. They are now gone with the wind…
The Empire does not have friends. It only has vassals and enemies. Germany is obviously a vassal state, confirmed with two surveillance scandals over German Chancellor Angela Merkel during the Obama Administration. Now we have even bigger scandal: Not all vassal state are equal – there are those which are under surveillance and those which do the surveillance. Not Edward Snowden, but ‘a report, citing Edward Snowden’ brings in the open Denmark’s role in spying on EU politicians on behalf of NSA (US National Intelligence Agency). And Joe Biden was neck deep into this ‘friendly business’:
Oh, yes, we do have a direct Tweet from Edward Snowden.
It’s a miracle he is not yet removed from the centralized monster platform.
Nevermind. Here is former foreign minister of Austria Karin Kneissl, reminding to the words of Angela Merkel’s words on the ‘friendly spying’:
The problem of vassal states is that they do not have sovereignty. They cannot do anything about the problem. They can squeek in the media how this behavior is unacceptable – but aside of that, they can’t do anything. They are not allowed to do anything – they are globalist puppets in charge of maintaining the illusion until the total collapse.
Fake World can be maintained only until there is enough fools believing that inflatory fiat fuel of the Fake World is real money. The hunger will wake those at the very end.
Never forget that Julian Assange was one of those who took off the mask from the corrupted political system in the U.S.
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