“Team America”: Suspicion of smuggled Snowden grounds Bolivian presidential jet in Austria
That piece of comedy became reality yesterday when the Presidential plane of Bolivian leader Evo Morales was grounded in Austria on the orders of Washington DC, because it was suspected that ex-CIA analyst-cum-NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was being smuggled on board out of Russia.
But in this instance, TEAM AMERICA can only succeed with the full cooperation of its European cohorts.
If there is a global government in the works, then that new government would need the barriers of borders and national laws to be broken down so as to enable international dragnets, and border-less, total jurisdiction by a global police force. This latest event indicates that this threshold has already been passed. Their message is clear: that there is no safe haven on this planet for whistleblowers.
This reckless move by the Obama White House has already triggered an international reaction throughout South America:
“Everyone has gone insane. The head of state and his plane have total immunity. This level of impunity is unprecedented,” tweeted Argentine President Cristina Kirchner.
Ecuador suggested an emergency meeting of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) after the incident Tuesday.
The question remains – where is Ed Snowden and where is he heading? We are told that he is still residing in Moscow International’s transit area, although no one in the international media has been able to visually ID him yet.
What we do know is that his PR is being handled by Iceland-based Wikileaks, and his father Lonnie Snowden has retained Neocon and AIPAC-linked lawyer Bruce Fein in a bid to negotiate his return to the US.
So far, Snowden’s asylum results are thus far as follows: 1 withdrawn, 9 denied, and 11 others pending.
The world waits with bated breath…