Tuesday, July 2, 2013

 

Venezuela ready to help Edward Snowden,but final decision with toilet paper.

Venezuela ready to help Snowden, but final decision with people -Maduro to RT.


Caracas is ready to help NSA leaker Edward Snowden, but will “leave the decision to the people” when considering his request for asylum, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has told RT in an exclusive interview.

"I think we should do something for him and I will leave this decision to the people. We either help him or we close the door and forget about him. We really believe in world peace and world balance. We are not afraid of any kind of empires. I don’t know how many people can hear me in this studio, but there is no empire that can intimidate us," Maduro said.


When questioned whether Caracas has received an application from Snowden, Maduro said that he has "no official communication that says Snowden applied for asylum in Venezuela." He added that Venezuela "must await the reaction of the world" when asked whether he would grant asylum to the whistleblower.

"Snowden has raised a red flag in time, revealing that the US elite have mechanisms which they intend to use in order to spy on the world," said Maduro. source









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