1,504,754 Blog Views: Time To Celebrate With A Velvet Eyes Surprise Epsiode: The Name Of My Diplomacy Is Not A Man’s Name, a Nickname: Wikileaks Is Not A Library’s Book!

December 12, 2010

1,504,754 Blog Views: Time To Celebrate With A Velvet Eyes Surprise Epsiode: The Name Of My Diplomacy Is Not A Man’s Name, a Nickname: Wikileaks Is Not A Library’s Book!

Jonathan Founders was a specialist of archeology, he visited Egypt with a group of fellows when he was a school pupil but did not speak the language of the streets, communicating only with the right English words to say Hello, Thank You and I am American from the United States.

He was also a reporte before to be a diplomat, interviewing personalities with some questions that were never asked and the replies printed in the newspapers of his employers were always a precious in formation for the ones who had no time to lose.

In Prague, there was nobody in the streets except some rats, it was 4am, a morning with the rain was upcoming and wearing leather gloves, Velvet Eyes had a project of tea or a goal of coffee break!

No one except him in the United States had the talent to imagine what to do at the end of a working day, Why? Because he was always thinking about the talks of diplomats in US embassies located in different Countries. Diplomats never speak too much and when they are Americans, they are exporting a gift: their flag with 50 stars, one for each State and no star for foreign States, fascinating the population listening to the radios diffusing news and the first songs with a modern melody!

I write more in a moment!

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