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Snowden told the Japanese that they are all under the hood of American intelligence services.

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On the eve of the former US intelligence officer Edward Snowden made another revelation. During an interactive conference with a studio in Tokyo, Snowden turned to Japanese nationals and stated that literally everyone in this country, including government officials, is being monitored by the CIA and the NSA. A statement by a former employee of the US National Security Agency leads the publication Japan Times.


Snowden told the Japanese that they are all under the hood of American intelligence services.


They are aware of everything, including your religious beliefs. They know who you care about, who you build relationships with. Our work (the work of the NSA - note. "IN") was to learn about the lifestyle of any person.


At the same time, Snowden criticized the law passed in Japan in 2014 year. This is a law that tightens the responsibility for disclosing state secrets. According to Snowden, the government deliberately took such a step in order to be able to get away from possible public issues regarding the actions of the American special services in the Land of the Rising Sun. This makes it clear that the Japanese authorities are well aware of their being under the hood of the US special services, but they are trying to hide this information from the Japanese people.

In the same material - related information about the United States and Japan.

Recently, another incident occurred with the participation of a US Air Force base in Okinawa. This time we are talking about a 21-year-old woman doing military service at the American base of Kadena (Japan).

Information Agency Kyodo reports that an American soldier in a state of intoxication behind the wheel of a car was moving around the city, violating traffic rules and trying to get away from the police. As a result, having gone into the oncoming traffic, the American car got into an accident. Violator traffic violation is alive. She was arrested at the scene. Now, the command of the base in Okinawa is trying to declare that the proceedings cannot be conducted by Japanese law enforcement officers in the Japanese police station, trying to rescue the serviceman and bring her to the territory of the US military base.
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  1. Sharky
    Sharky 5 June 2016 08: 07
    +15
    They are under the hood, but it suits them ... In fact, Japan has no allies, there are only enemies around (and they are to blame for this, just look at their warlike history). So it’s beneficial for them to be a state colony ... Nobody will attack ... Although you have to endure all sorts of drunken patrons' antics. Well, my soul doesn’t hurt for the Japanese, let the caring owners implant every microchip for tracking, I won’t be indignant.
    1. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 5 June 2016 08: 10
      +1
      Quote: Sharky
      They are under the hood, but only it suits them ..

      Well, yes, Snowden opened his eyes wide. And narrow-eyed Japanese at once became Belarusians smile
      1. Kostyar
        Kostyar 5 June 2016 08: 22
        +2
        And what can they ...?! The country is occupied, that’s silent in a rag ..... !!!
      2. gladcu2
        gladcu2 6 June 2016 18: 13
        0
        Ami du people.

        Well, the memory of Snowden. Still talking ....

        The article is based on facts from the stories of "Captain Obvious".
    2. RedBaron
      RedBaron 5 June 2016 08: 29
      -14%
      Quote: Sharky
      Well, my soul doesn’t hurt for the Japanese,

      Be afraid, you shouldn’t be ill but don’t even itch, firstly you don’t know the Japanese and secondly the overwhelming majority welcome cooperation with the USA.
      1. Sharky
        Sharky 5 June 2016 09: 01
        +9
        "the overwhelming majority just welcomes cooperation with the USA"
        He probably greets for the fact that they put off a couple of atomic bombs on them, don't they? This is the friendship of peoples directly! If you want to make a friendly friend - drop a bomb on him! The only country that has used nuclear weapons against the civilian population of another country, and now this other country is cribbing in front of the first and looks into her mouth ...
        So I don’t want to know anything more about the Japanese.
        1. mojohed2012
          mojohed2012 5 June 2016 09: 36
          +3
          And with them, like the Germans: "Under the occupation of the US army, you can't utter too much." If the Americans somehow (obviously not kindly) remove their bases from Japan or Germany, they can drop another bomb.
          1. HERMES
            HERMES 5 June 2016 16: 12
            +1
            Quote: CORNET
            Japs pour all tears about the Kuril Islands, and they have long been occupied by the United States! This, of course, has long been known to everyone, it’s just disgusting to watch 200 of them destroyed in Hiroshima and Nagasaka, and they have such a love for staff members ... Slaves!


            This is called Stockholm Syndrome. wink
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 5 June 2016 08: 18
    +1
    So thank God for 70 years, under a cap, an umbrella, security, supervision. The Japanese, the mysterious people, you can and should expect everything from them.
  3. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 5 June 2016 08: 21
    +3
    According to the second news, one can only express surprise. How dare you arrest the hegemon? So what, that drunk, so what, what was breaking? She is a higher being. wassat
  4. volodya
    volodya 5 June 2016 08: 34
    +6
    Since 1945, Japan has been a colony of the United States and they themselves know this well. So there is nothing special about this!
    1. mojohed2012
      mojohed2012 5 June 2016 09: 37
      +1
      Moreover, in Germany it’s not so. In Japan, Americans generally wipe their feet about them.
      1. HERMES
        HERMES 5 June 2016 16: 02
        +2
        Quote: mojohed2012
        Moreover, in Germany it’s not so. In Japan, Americans generally wipe their feet about them.


        It is dangerous to wipe your feet about the Germans ... once they "wiped them out" by the Treaty of Versailles.
        After 21 years, the Germans were wiping ... something else almost the whole of Europe.
  5. sa-ag
    sa-ag 5 June 2016 08: 50
    +4
    Not only the Japanese, any user of the Internet and mobile communications, as well as all those present here, the rest is "captain"
    1. volodya
      volodya 5 June 2016 09: 29
      +3
      Quote: sa-ag
      Not only the Japanese, any user of the Internet and mobile communications, as well as all those present here, the rest is "captain"

      Personally, I don’t have secrets, I just don’t like all kinds of transfers, they might not like this!
      1. sa-ag
        sa-ag 5 June 2016 09: 33
        0
        Quote: volodya
        Personally, I have no secrets,

        Everyone has them, or if they are not now, it is not a fact that they will not appear tomorrow
        1. volodya
          volodya 5 June 2016 09: 39
          +2
          Quote: sa-ag
          Quote: volodya
          Personally, I have no secrets,

          Everyone has them, or if they are not now, it is not a fact that they will not appear tomorrow

          Yes, I’m a pensioner, for eight years, why should I hide. What do I live on 12300 rub. Chtoli?
          1. sa-ag
            sa-ag 5 June 2016 09: 45
            0
            Or maybe you have additional income, but the tax does not know about it? :-)
            1. volodya
              volodya 5 June 2016 09: 51
              +3
              Quote: sa-ag
              Or maybe you have additional income, but the tax does not know about it? :-)

              I do not have additional income, my health does not allow me, I worked as an electric welder. In general, I think this is an empty argument, and does not apply to the case.
      2. mojohed2012
        mojohed2012 5 June 2016 09: 38
        +2
        Yes. In Russia, in general, rear-wheel drive is not loved and will not be tolerated.
        1. HERMES
          HERMES 5 June 2016 16: 07
          0
          Quote: mojohed2012
          Yes. In Russia, in general, rear-wheel drive is not loved and will not be tolerated.


          And don't say ... shit0mesy have become insolent ... for how they are "loved" in the Caucasus ... wink

          Strange ... it seems to be an article about the Japanese, the USA and Snowden ... how did it happen that Syudas came to discuss the topic? fellow
  6. dosyl
    dosyl 5 June 2016 09: 59
    +1
    Quote: RedBaron
    Be afraid, you shouldn’t be ill but don’t even itch, firstly you don’t know the Japanese and secondly the overwhelming majority welcome cooperation with the USA.

    Well, it's not Russia that they love, "for the atomic bombing."
  7. atamankko
    atamankko 5 June 2016 10: 01
    +1
    The owner should know what the lackeys are up to.
  8. pashtik
    pashtik 5 June 2016 10: 11
    +1
    The Amerzians do whatever they want in Japan. How many women have already been raped, and the Japanese only send protests to the Foreign Ministry. But this example of an accident, there is no doubt that they will insolently take it away and there will not even be a penalty. under the hood, "so there is nothing surprising at all. Surprises another how the media" dared "and they were allowed to print this.
  9. Roman 11
    Roman 11 5 June 2016 10: 29
    +1
    Okinawa base command is trying to claim that the trial cannot be conducted by Japanese law enforcement officers at the Japanese police station They politely hint to the Japs who are the boss in their house. laughing

    And they are all about the Kuril Islands unconditional surrender lol
  10. CORNET
    CORNET 5 June 2016 10: 55
    0
    Japs pour all tears about the Kuril Islands, and they have long been occupied by the United States! This, of course, has long been known to everyone, it’s just disgusting to watch 200 of them destroyed in Hiroshima and Nagasaka, and they have such a love for staff members ... Slaves!
    1. clidon
      clidon 5 June 2016 14: 00
      -1
      Well then, Belarus was occupied by Russia. About the same.
      1. Baikal
        Baikal 5 June 2016 17: 04
        0
        Pound garbage. Belarus is part of us, and we are part of them - historically.
        And Yapi is now on a leash. Although, in general, I do not feel special pity for them for sure.
        1. clidon
          clidon 5 June 2016 18: 27
          0
          That is, if you believe you, we have historically "kept Belarus on a leash", does it not count? How do you know that the Japanese are "on a leash." Why are you so sure of this?
  11. cap
    cap 5 June 2016 11: 18
    0
    Now the command of the base in Okinawa is trying to declare that the trial cannot be conducted by Japanese law enforcement officers in the Japanese police station, trying to rescue the soldier and bring her to the territory of the US military base.

    It has long been known that Americans do not recognize foreign jurisdiction.
    They discovered America. In Europe, an American needs to shoot someone to take him to a police station. And it's not a fact that they will put him in prison.
  12. igorek4515
    igorek4515 5 June 2016 13: 49
    0
    In Europe, he needs to shoot someone to pick up an American in a police station. It’s not a fact that they’ll put him in prison.

    This is all because, under US law, US Army personnel, even if they have committed a felony, are beyond the jurisdiction of the local jurisdiction ..
  13. Chulman
    Chulman 5 June 2016 14: 32
    0
    In my opinion the whole world is pissed off, except for Russians !!! laughing
    1. Weyland
      Weyland 5 June 2016 17: 34
      0
      Not all. But most of it.
    2. Weyland
      Weyland 5 June 2016 17: 34
      0
      Not all. But most of it.
  14. sw6513
    sw6513 5 June 2016 14: 40
    0
    The impression that the Japanese do not have their own self - they are afraid of amrs and will dance to their tune until the end of the day. Even they forgot Hiroshima and Nagasaki - the nation’s shame