NSA bugged European Union offices, too
Jun 29, 2013
The NSA claims to have done nothing illegal in their spying activities on the American people.
Of course, they had to stretch the Patriot Act to make it legal.
And, of course, there is nothing illegal about spying on foreign countries. But then, such activities also undermine friendships. It is no wonder other countries are tired of US policy toward their supposed "friends."
The Russians don't like it.
The Germans don't like it.
The Canadians don't like it.
The EU doesn't like it.
No wonder Edward Snowden is a secret hero to most other governments. No wonder no one wants to cooperate with the NSA and extradite Snowden to America for trial on charges of "treason." Is it any wonder that the BRICS nations are forming an alternate banking system that bypasses the dollar and the Fed? There would be no need for an alternative if the USA and its Fed bosses treated everyone fairly and equitably.
Scripture tells us that the beast will turn on the great whore who rides it. That is what we are witnessing today. The beast system does not love the whore. The whore has been whipping the beast for too long, and the beast is getting angry.