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Thousands Of Protesters Outside The U.S. Embassy In Bolivia Demand It Be Closed Down

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Bolivia is very diverse

from down in the Amazon to up in the Andes. It has a rich history. There is bound to be something you like there, Snowden. Check out Santa Cruz.

Bolivia had the sense to kick out our DEA. They also kicked out USAID and now they are going to kick out our Embassy. We deserve it! And to top it off McDonald's couldn't make a go of it there. They hace common sense, what more could you ask for.

I don't know why you have that feeling carlsbaddj...

...Personally, I am dismayed at the rather flaccid response of the people of the world.

Think about it:

Not only is the overall international silence somewhat deafening at street level in the targeted countries...but the very governments who have been alerted to the underhandedness and subterfuge of their supposed ally, (purportedly) via Snowden's revelations, have not only accepted the revelations with minimal grumblings... they've acted in concert with one another to try and help "apprehend" the very person who alerted them to the overseer's duplicity!

It seems that the Stockholm Syndrome has become pandemic!!!

If my eyes would roll any more than they are...I'd look like a human slot machine.

Wha? .....hey....who stole my country?

Unfortunately,

It seems Bolivia is only concerned with the "false allegation" that Snowden was on board, suggesting that if he HAD been on board, then redirecting the plane would have been acceptable.

No man,

Bolivia and Venezuela have both granted Snowden asylum. Why would they do that if they planned on condemning him?

Watch the video again, The President of Venezuela said that Latin America is a growing humanitarian territory.

United Stasi of America Lightart Protest Projection, US Embassy

Projected on front of USA Emabassy, Berlin Germany, 2013. 2 minute film.

http://youtu.be/A2Yb3gWmm2I
Reuters News, Jul 7, 2013 - A German artist who beamed the words "United Stasi of America" onto the wall of the U.S. embassy in Berlin says Washington's spy methods make the former East German secret police look like boy scouts.

A video of Oliver Bienkowski's artwork is fast becoming a hit on the Internet in Germany, tapping into widespread outrage over U.S. surveillance programs revealed by fugitive ex-National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden.

Government eavesdropping is a highly sensitive topic in Germany, evoking memories of the Nazi Gestapo and the Stasi security police, which used a vast network of informants to crush dissidents in communist East Germany.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Bolivia travel vacation: Bolivian archaeology & relics.

http://youtu.be/7Cf2CGfAOic 2 minute film. One-way ticket?

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Critical Mass,

of human beings demanding respect and justice throughout the world all at once? Awesome,,,
Mr. Snowden IS THE TRUE "AMERICAN HERO"

NOSHEEPLE

Why do I have the feeling...

this is about to happen all over the world? Will the American people be the last to stand up against this madness?

SteveMT's picture

Not only coming soon to a neighborhood near you.

The police state has already arrived on the mainland. Just ask Adam Kokesh.

ACTION speaks louder than WORDS!

I wouldn't be asking for any apology after what he went through. I'd rip that AMERICAN EMBASSY out of the heart of Bolivia. Bolivians are moral people. Ripping this out would be symbolic of ripping SATAN out of their country.

There is no excuse for this behavior, therefore, NO apology could be accepted. America, the Super Tyrant, was WRONG in stopping another country's airplane. America was wrong for instigating this. American dirt politicians were wrong for snooping on his plane, but then, why should we expect anything less from these jerkoffs at this point.

Michael Nystrom's picture

Bump

to that.

To be mean is never excusable, but there is some merit in knowing that one is; the most irreparable of vices is to do evil out of stupidity. - C.B.