Barack Obama and the United States government are working hard at making sure that ALL of our friends around the world now look at the United States as enemies. Due greatly to the horrendous NSA spy scandal and the fallout, nations around the world are now looking at the United States government as a ‘rogue entity’.
Now, Bolivian President Evo Morales is threatening to close the United States Embassy in Bolivia after a hair-brained attempt by the US government to capture hero whistleblower Edward Snowden aboard Morales’ plane.
Why does the government of this now ‘rogue’ nation of Amerca think that they can get away with these crimes upon not only ALL Americans but our friends around the world as well? Well done, Barack Obama; what an absolute disaster you have become!!! You had your chance to arrest Bush and Cheney for their crimes and end this attack upon human rights and you blew it. Story and video below from Russia Today.
(L-R) Bolivia’s Vice-President Alvaro Garcia Linera, Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales (L) and Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa listen to the Bolivian national anthem during a welcoming gathering in honour of Morales, in Cochabamba, on July 4, 2013
Tensions flare at the UNASUR summit in Bolivia, with the country’s president Evo Morales saying that his “hand would not shake” if and when he “closes the US Embassy,” following the forced stop of presidential plane in Austria.
The President has also expressed appreciation for the support he has received so far from Latin American countries.
“Apologies from a country that did not let us pass over its territory are not enough,” Morales said before talks in the central city of Cochabamba. ”Some governments apologized, saying it was an error, but this was not an error.”
Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa pointed out, “We are here to support Bolivia.”
Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro stressed, ”Violation of international law against Evo Morales is against all of us.”
Cristina Fernandez, who came to Bolivia a bit later than her counterparts, indicated, “It is curious that those who speak of human rights committed this violation.”