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Venezuela and Nicaragua make Snowden asylum 'offers' | 147 comments | Create New Account
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Venezuela and Nicaragua make Snowden asylum 'offers'
Authored by: jbb on Saturday, July 06 2013 @ 03:04 AM EDT
Well, the world has been all backwards for quite some time, it is just crystal clear now.
Well said. I agree. The Empire has no clothes.
BTW, do you have any reason to believe that ES was ever at the Moscow airport?
Yes I do. I was hoping that he wasn't even in Hong Kong when his leaks were first reported. I now believe he was in Hong Kong and flew to Moscow as advertised. I believe a lawyer from WikiLeaks flew with him. It would be brilliant if that was all a sham but then why would Putin talk about Snowden being in Russia? He wouldn't be part of the sham and he would know if Snowden was in Russia. I believe Putin. Also, it is embarrassing enough for the US to have needlessly twisted arms to get their allies to kidnap the president of Bolivia in an attempt to grab Snowden. They guessed wrong about Snowden being on that plane but I think they were certain he was in Russia or else they wouldn't have made such a big move that cost them so much in credibility and favors.

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