Jul 7 2013
OBAMA should Apologise to Assange, Bradley, Snowden, MORALES
You see the bully for all they are worth when they feel they are above the rest to such an extent they feel and believe in their own imperviousness.
The United States of America has done itself immense harm for the pressures it has placed upon other countries to embarrass the Bolivian President – Evo Morales. Yet the very fact other sovereign nations felt sooooo threatened they felt the need to comply with the back door requests of the CIA/NSA/Obama & Co, goes to the very core of just how scared they are of Mr Snowden. Or should that be Mr Snowden’s ability to reveal a bibliography of the dirty secrets of the high and mighty.
Whether Mr Snowden has more to tell; or whether the CIA and all the other spook entities of the mighty USA are desperate to make an example of Snowden in an effort to deter other morally outraged analysts (that is an outrage borne of what they know of their bosses) makes no difference at all.
The fact is; the United States of America and by association its allies which includes Australia, is/are obviously beside themselves in the fear there will be a flood of idealistic, morally driven young analysts and spies who can no longer live with the knowledge of the dirty, deceitful and often murderous ways of their bosses. Bosses who all the while espouse fealty to truth and honesty, openness and inclusion on the world stage; yet the moment the cameras are gone, the journo’s questions ceased and the doors closed to their backs, re-morph back into the Judases of democracy they truly have become.
Many countries of the South Americas are deemed third world, dangerous and politically fragile and hence easily pressured to be malleable by such wealth and power as the USA wields. Yet when it comes to asylum for the political threatened and or the ‘truly’ potentially persecuted of the first world bullies who have had their deadly ugliness showcased; it is these little nations that stand first where other greats ‘fear to tread.’ Just in this case France & Spain stand forward with Germany hanging on to these two’s coat-tails.
Like the USA unquestionably pulling Sweden’s strings in the Julian Assange crucifixion where they have caused the eyes and minds to blink of the thinking world’s populace; so too has that same populace and many more along with them, been astounded at the breach of diplomatic sovereignty of the Bolivian President’s personal plane.
We all rightfully fear the United Nation’s as being the second modern attempt by the globe’s elite to achieve a slow and insidious move onto one world government; the first being the failed League-of-Nations and historically the failings of the Roman Empire’s. Yet the United States by its unilateral extra-judicial international aerial killing of those its spy-masters deem a threat; and now its ability to puppet master European nations to force an Internationally protected plane from the skies where it has no authority and have such plane searched; displays an arrogance of power the modern world should not; and can no longer, tolerate.
How sad it is, a nation which saved ours by the actions of its brave forces so long ago during the battle of the Coral Sea should now be brought into such disrespect by its own arrogance and greed for control and superiority. So much so that its own young men of moral fibre and courage are being driven to sacrifice their lives to bring the bastards to heel in a way the world can see. Is truth and honesty – the very soul of society – only applicable to those who are not powerful; that is we the plebes?
Bravo Venezuela and Nicaragua and all the allies who stand with these nations on Snowden’s behalf. You may have ulterior motives beyond Snowden for standing against the Evil Empire as you call it; but much of the western world’s little people applaud you on your stance.
Brumbyy with 2Ys