US Spying on EU – A Big Charade?

Rational Arrogance

Many European politicians have expressed their discuss and anger towards the US global surveillance project called “PRISM” as the German website, SPIEGEL Online, reports on spying, phone-bugging and infecting the EU leaders computers with viruses to monitor them. But this case just keep getting bigger: British news media reports Sunday evening that at least six European member states have shared personal communications data with the NSA,  In other words: EU state leaders have knowingly and willingly agreed to let the American intelligence services spy on European citizens.

 “It’s clear that the European parliament must intervene at this point through a public inquiry.”

Simon Davies


According to some “angry” EU politicians are we now faced with prospects of a breaking trade pact between the US and the European Union worth hundreds of billions following allegations that Washington bugged key EU offices and intercepted phone calls and emails…

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