Skip to comments.NSA Scandal Warning: Are US Facilities in Germany at Greater Risk?
Posted on 11/11/2013 12:20:33 PM PST by Olog-hai
Following recent revelations about NSA spying, Spiegel has learned that Germanys Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution recently issued a security warning to authorities in the countrys 16 states.
The domestic intelligence agency warned in an Oct. 30 letter that an emotional response from certain segments of the population cannot be ruled out and recommended that security measures aimed at protecting US facilities in Germany should be increased. The agency said the background behind the potential threat was ongoing discussions about the collection of Germans data by the United States.
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Oh oh, perhaps the Krauts will resurrect the word “Amis” (pronounced “Ahmmies”.) That’s what they called us when we called them Krauts.
That’s one way to get us out of NATO.
I hate it when the subjects get uppity. How dare they?
an emotional response from certain segments of the population...’
What a weasely turn of phrase!
Take note of how the press is doing this.
The Krauts were calling us Amis the last time I was over there in the mid-80’s—but the term wasn’t necessarily pejorative.