As you will see from the links below, Obama is now destroying America’s relationship with her allies. Obama is loosing all credibility around the world with his actions.
Are you paying attention? Obama is out of control with the power trip he’s on. Obama is destroying Allies America has had for hundreds of years.
Angela Merkel is on fire, who can blame her? Obama has betrayed her, caught red handed spying on Merkels phone calls.
In response to Obama being caught spying on Angela Merkel’s phone calls, the German people are flocking to encryption services for their phone, email and chat. People around the world are running scared.
France calls for European Summit action against Obama and his spy program for mass spying on French citizens.. Reuters reports that France says that the NSA spying is program is spinning wildly out of control, these are very serious Charges on Obama and his NSA.
Nawaz Sharif, the prime minister of Pakistan, has called on Barack Obama to end America’s campaign of drone strikes in his country, which have killed hundreds of civilians. Obama ignore Sharif’s requests. This comes after Amnesty International warned the US may have committed war crimes during the course of its drone campaign and demanded greater transparency of the secret programme.
Last but not least, Obama is tearing down the Petro Dollar. Obama has turned Saudi Arabia aginst Amercia too. So since the Saudis are not getting their way, they are threatening to punish the U.S. for their inaction. According to Reuters, the Saudis are saying that “All options are on the table now, and for sure there will be some impact,” Will Saudi Arabia kill the petro dollar? It’s on their mind, thanks to Obama!
We won’t even touch Obamacare at this time, the destruction is being felt world wide!
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday (23 October) phoned American President Obama to demand explanations about media reports that her phone was spied upon by US intelligence services.
“The chancellor made clear that she unequivocally disapproves of such practices, should they be confirmed, and regards them as completely unacceptable,” Merkel’s spokesman Steffen Seibert said in a press statement.
Earlier that day, Spiegel Online reported that the National Security Agency had tapped her phone, as part of its large-scale spying operations abroad, revealed by fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden.
No one is safe from the American Empire, no matter who, or where, they are. This news item, filed from Berlin, was posted on the euobserver Internet site yesterday evening Europe time…
German people are flocking to national e-mail providers and demanding encryption services normally reserved for corporate security in the wake of the US spying scandal, German justice minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger told journalists in Berlin on Wednesday.
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“German users have reacted to the NSA [the US' National Security Agency] scandal by switching to German email providers … and they are demanding encryption of their emails so far reserved to telecom companies. There is a great opportunity for private encryption,” the minister said.
She claimed that “some 80 percent have done so” already.
A Liberal politician known for her outspoken statements, Schnarrenberger said she herself uses the government e-mail encryption for her work-related communication, which represents the lion’s share of her emails.
Surprisingly enough, this story was not filed yesterday, it was posted on the euobserver Internet site on August 29, when this whole NSA spy scandal first surfaced.
Describing the allegations in Le Monde newspaper of mass surveillance of French citizens by the U.S. National Security Agency as “serious” and “shocking”, Ayrault said Europe needed to band together to negotiate with the United States.
“President Francois Hollande has asked that the topic be added to the summit agenda. It is not only a French question but a European one,” Ayrault told parliament on Tuesday. “We need to protect ourselves and must demand that new rules are put in place.”
Washington’s European allies have voiced mixed feelings about the reports of extensive spying by the NSA since details of the alleged programs began to surface in June.
This Reuters story, co-filed from Paris and Brussels, was posted on their website early yesterday afternoon EDT…