Posts Tagged ‘Americans’

Spare me the emotionalism

Posted: September 11, 2019 in -
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The CIA knew there were Al Qaeda cells inside the USA for OVER A YEAR before the attacks, and yet they did nothing to stop them. Nothing. In fact, they blocked a cable that would have alerted the FBI, but told the agent that it was sent. This is public knowledge since 2005, but Americans don’t care. They pretend to care once a year.

FBI Agents Reveal CIA Aid to 9/11 Hijackers




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Fascistic belligerence is something the idiots on the street can agree on. The guy, Mark Dice, however seems to be trying to make a partisan political point about “Obama zombies” which doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. The random people on the street are not “Obama” partisans, but the prankster seems to clearly have a political agenda behind his mischaracterizations.

Americans sign prankster’s petition to nuke Russia


ACLU wins in court, but the government will likely ignore it and appeal.

We filed this lawsuit days after Edward Snowden’s first revelations two years ago, challenging the constitutionality of the NSA’s mass collection of Americans’ phone records. This is the first appeals court ruling on the program.

The impact of this ruling will extend far beyond the mass phone records program and call into question the legality of many other government mass surveillance programs – and truly demonstrate the need for systemic reform.

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James Bamford teslls of a similar whistleblower inside NSA.  And of course William Binney is another.

“[B] also wrote about Adrienne J. Kinne, an NSA intercept operator who attempted to blow the whistle on the NSA’s illegal eavesdropping on Americans following the 9/11 attacks. “Basically all rules were thrown out the window,” she said, “and they would use any excuse to justify a waiver to spy on Americans.” Even journalists calling home from overseas were included. “A lot of time you could tell they were calling their families,” she says, “incredibly intimate, personal conversations.” She only told her story to me after attempting, and failing, to end the illegal activity with appeals all the way up the chain of command to Major General Keith Alexander, head of the Army’s Intelligence and Security Command at the time.

Connecting the Dots on PRISM, Phone Surveillance, and the NSA’s Massive Spy Center

NSA Whistleblower William Binney