Wednesday, June 24, 2015

DIRECT – tapping: US Ambassador summoned to the … – Le Figaro

o Three French presidents listened

According to briefing notes of the NSA (National security agency) obtained by WikiLeaks and made public Tuesday by Mediapart and Liberation , the United States had placed on listening the last three French presidents: Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande. Number of ministers and collaborators have also been. The interception of the US intelligence agency would spread out from 2006 to 2012.

No state secret has been discovered by the Americans, but eavesdropping spy will reveal our country, particularly in the diplomatic, political or economic.

o The Elysee judge these “unacceptable” revelations

Francois Hollande met at the Elysee a Security Council bringing together the Prime Minister and several cabinet members. Following this meeting, a communiqué was issued, in which the government denounced “unacceptable acts”. La France “will not tolerate jeopardizes involving its security,” added the executive, who recalled that the United States had taken commitments on plays there now 2 years old.

The US ambassador was summoned to the Quai d’Orsay to 18 hours, Laurent Fabius and French intelligence coordinator will visit the US to discuss compliance with US commitments.

o listened personalities are few surprises

After the first reaction of indignation, former ministers listened to the final bit surprised. “Ultimately, you better know that we will be listened to because at least they are silent,” says Gerard Longuet example, former Defense Minister. “When are the president of the Republic, or you’re one of his collaborators you live with the feeling that you are likely to be listened to,” said Claude Gueant his side.

o Question on sheets embassy

All eyes are on the US embassy in Paris. On one of the building’s roof, mysterious tarpaulins on which windows draw sham since 2005. Behind them were behind the American system plays. A system used in many countries by the United States.


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