NSA Monitored 35 World Leaders’ Calls


nsa-calls-monitorThanks to the help of a U.S. government official’s phonebook, the National Security Agency was able to monitor 35 world leaders’ phone conversations.

This latest revelation into the scope of the NSA’s spying program comes from classified documents courtesy of Edward Snowden.

According to the confidential memo, the NSA encouraged senior officials at the White House and the Pentagon to share their “Rolodexes” so the agency could get access to the communications of top foreign leaders.

The names of the 35 leaders who are reported to have been spied on have not been released, but earlier this week German chancellor Angela Merkel accused the U.S. of spying on her phone calls. Read more at The Guardian.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. As far as foreign policy is concerned, Pres. Hussein Obama’s is doing worse than Carter ever did!

    As far as domestic policy:
    CBS just reported that 7,000,000 people with private health insurance had their health insurance policies canceled by their insureers, because of Obamacare regulations!
    This number does not include the millions more who either lost or had their employer supplied coverage curtailed.


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