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Germany: Merkel wants to fight at the front in Syria

Germany: Merkel wants to fight at the front in Syria

Germany: Participation in War on Syria. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has once again clearly signified her complete submission to the United States by her statements in which she announced that she wants to fight on the front line for Obama’s war against Syria. Read More »

After British Vote on Syria: Germany rules out role in war on Damascus

After British Vote on Syria: Germany rules out role in war on Damascus

Former UK Navy chief: UK, US should show Syria chemical intelligence. After the British Parliament has voted against a military action by the British army in terms of Syria and while one could hear from France that the French President Hollande is still supporting the military strike on Syria, although he should know that there is no convincing evidence for the US-led accusations against Damascus, the German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has just now stated that Germany will not participate in any military strike against Syria. Read More »

British intelligence agency monitors German Internet users

British intelligence agency monitors German Internet users

British intelligence agency GCHQ: Espionage and Monitoring. The British intelligence agency GCHQ comes back into the centre of the current surveillance scandal about PRISM, Edward Snowden, NSA and XKeyscore – and it seems that the British spying agency (Government Communications Headquarters), based in Cheltenham, monitors and eavesdrops far more backbone connections than it was previously known. Read More »

No Spy Pact: Germany and US will debate an agreement

No Spy Pact: Germany and US will debate an agreement

Germany and U.S. administration to debate Washington-proposed “No Spy Pact”. The German administration and their counterpart in the United States will start with the debates about an agreement not to spy on each other already in this month, according to the statement by a German official from yesterday. After the revelations by the “whistleblower” Edward Snowden in terms of the NSA surveillance programs, it seems that both administrations in the United States and Germany had to start such negotiations about an alleged “no spy” pact between each other. Read More »

Germany: Funding of Chinese Communications Intercept Stations

Germany: Funding of Chinese Communications Intercept Stations

Germany is said to have financed Chinese communications intercept stations. The parliamentary leader of the German party SPD (Social Democratic Party of Germany), Frank-Walter Steinmeier, came already under criticism for his role in the cooperation between German and U.S. intelligence agencies (e.g. NSA & PRISM), but it is now said that he has even actively cooperated with China. Read More »

NSA Surveillance Priority List: Iran, Russia, China, and Europe

NSA Surveillance Priority List: Iran, Russia, China, and Europe

Iran, Russia, China – main targets of NSA according to the leaked surveillance priority list. Europe is alongside other countries such as Iran, China, and Europe at the top of the so-called NSA surveillance priority list, and thus, the U.S. intelligence has a very high interest in the monitoring and observation of European states as well as in Iran, China, and Russia. However, the top priority targets of the NSA surveillance priority list come as no surprise. Read More »