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Spy issue and the conspiracy theory

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Submitted by obzerbator (Canada), Apr 27, 2008 at 23:08

It seems that the definition of an independent state started changing these days..it is non-sensical for a state to allow an other state to spy on it unless the two states are one. this is very damaging to both USA and Israel because it plays in favour of the conspiracy theory that says America is run by Corporate Zionism, which is obviously not too true to be believed.

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