Sunday, June 30, 2013


The German magazine Der Spiegel is reporting that a document leaked by Edward Snowden reveals massive NSA spying on European Union offices. Phone calls and emails were intercepted, offices were bugged, internal documents were stolen from computers.

Martin Schulz, the president of the European Parliament, said that if the report was correct, it would have a "severe impact" on relations between the EU and the United States, reports Reuters.

Snowden said there'd be more. US congress members acknowledge there's more.  Perhaps by now the NSA has retraced Snowden's electronic footprints and knows how much more. Maybe that's why President Obama has stopped attacking Snowden publicly and wishes the story would "just go away."

Then there's this from a Facebook page called I Acknowledge Class Warfare Exists.


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