Protest against NSA spying by U.S.Citizens
Post date: Oct 27, 2013 8:05:35 AM
Although it is late,but seems to be a reasonable footing against NSA spying controversy taken by the US citizens. News agencies reported that "In Washington thousands rallied against NSA's domestic and international surveillance on Saturday by marching to the Capitol and calling for closer scrutiny of the agency as more details of its spying are leaked".
This march against NSA was organized by a diverse coalition of more than 100 public advocacy groups aiming to deliver a petition to Congress on Saturday calling for an end to mass surveillance of the National Security Agency. The group includes civil liberties watchdogs like the ACLU and the Electronic Frontier Foundation and more broad-based groups like the Council on American-Islamic Relations, the Koch brothers' FreedomWorks and Occupy Wall Street-NYC, according to a press release.
According to recent new revelations by NSA contractor Edward Snowden that the U.S. monitored the cellphone of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the NSA spying controversy has grown amid and severe anti-NSA attitude of US citizens might has given birth of the said rally.
Leaders of France and Italy have protested NSA surveillance as well as Brazil's president, who has canceled a visit to the U.S. Germany is sending an intelligence team to Washington to discuss the issue. On Friday, the prime minister of Spain announced plans to call in the U.S.ambassador to discuss surveillance.
Spying of Us Govt.through NSA and it's aide agencies on all over the world shows a kind of fascist attitude with underlying aim of imperialism and is dangerous for human independence and rally for protesting against NSA spying activity organized by US citizens have shown positive sense for global humanity..