reply to post by TritonTaranis
Well you may call it the BRICS and say it's only a few and they wont last pieces like "
NSA spied on 122 World Leaders
Sunday, 30 March 2014
If someone knows how to make friends, it's certainly the US.
Secret documents newly disclosed by the German newspaper Der Spiegel on Saturday shed more light on how aggressively the National Security Agency and
its British counterpart have targeted Germany for surveillance.
A series of classified files from the archive provided to reporters by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, also seen by The Intercept, reveal that the
NSA appears to have included Merkel in a surveillance database alongside more than 100 others foreign leaders. The documents also confirm for the
first time that, in March 2013, the NSA obtained a top-secret court order against Germany as part of U.S. government efforts to monitor communications
related to the country. Meanwhile, the British spy agency Government Communications Headquarters targeted three German companies in a clandestine
operation that involved infiltrating the companies’ computer servers and eavesdropping on the communications of their staff."
and "MOSCOW — Moving quickly to envelop Crimea in the Russian bureaucracy and economy, the
Kremlin said Monday that it had nearly doubled pensions paid to retirees on the peninsula, raising them to the average levels paid in Russia."
and "As the Ukrainian crisis has unfolded over the past few weeks, it’s hard for Americans not to see Vladimir Putin as the big villain. But the
history of the region is a history of competing villains vying against one another; and one school of villains—the Nazis—have a long history of
engagement with the US, mostly below the radar, but occasionally exposed, as they were by Russ Bellant in his book Old Nazis, The New Right And The
Republican Party (South End Press, 1991). Bellant’s exposure of Nazi leaders from German allies in the 1988 Bush presidential campaign was the
driving force in the announced resignation of nine individuals, two of them from the Ukraine, which is why he was the logical choice to turn to
illuminate the scattered mentions of Nazi and fascist elements amongst the Ukrainian nationalists, which somehow never seems to warrant further
comment or explanation. Of course most Ukranians aren’t Nazis or fascists—all the more reason to illuminate those who would hide their true
natures in the shadows…or even behind the momentary glare of the spotlight."
and "Former American President Jimmy Carter has warned the US Secretary of State John Kerry of violating international law in his potential peace
framework agreement between the Palestinians and the Israeli occupation."
and on and on ,
after awhile some of those enemy's may just gang up and say enough is enough if they dont want to be picked off one by one ...It's the US that has a
very short history and it has been a brutal one to the rest of the globe and is becoming a place that more and more people are turning away from
unless you are a Mexican or a fleeing past dictator .