I believe that friendship is offered to the weakest and that you should never confuse it with the work or even still with the national security of a vast country like the United States.
Europe speaks of friendship? I? do not get confused between alliance and friendship! And then neither lasts for eternity and then America controls the world with friendship or brotherhood? and who feels friend is only because he is inferior.
I read a lot of nonsense on the subject that really make laugh! And who is not friend with the strongest in our days?? In fact it has always been like this, everyone wants to be a friend of the fittest.
Now the European community is angry? it will pass, it's about time.
The United States do well to control the whole world, it is their time, from the beginning of 1900 to our days that we do not talk about anything else that the U.S., I think it is also fair that spy Europe? basically we are friends. The U.S. does not interest anyone in particular? is only a matter of interest.
Now Snowden does not find asylum in Europe? And why not?? An American wanted? If he was a Spanish instead of Snowden, I am sure that the U.S. would immediately granted political asylum. With this I take this opportunity to let you remember The great German physicist and theorist Albert Einstein? Although he had almost the same problem. He was considered homeless.
Albert Einstein (born 14 March 1879 in Ulm, Württemberg, and died April 18, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey) is a theoretical physicist who was subsequently Swiss German and Stateless Persons (1896) (1901), and, finally, under the dual Swiss-American (1940) 1.
He published his theory of relativity in 1905, and a theory of general relativity in 1915 called gravitation. Contributes to the development of quantum mechanics and cosmology, and received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921 for his explanation of the "photoélectrique2." His work is known for the equation "E = mc2", establishing an equivalence between matter and energy of a system.
And 'now considered one of the greatest scientists in history, and his fame far beyond the scientific community.