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Obama Opens NSA’s Vast Trove of Warrantless Data to Entire Intelligence Community, Just in Time for Trump

Jimmy Dore addressed this in his podcast. When he did, it dawned on me why Barack Obama may have done this. This is a hypothetical…

“Jimmy – Let me play devil’s advocate for a second.

Obama knows that false flags are real, particularly 9/11 and the Boston Bombing. US intelligence knew all about both sets of perps long before they struck, probably others as well, and they made Treasonous decisions not to stop them.
How can this be stopped?
If the entire intelligence community can see the raw data, then competing agencies can figure out what the others are up to. It becomes harder to hide covert ops on American soil, those aided and abetted by foreign governments like Saudi Arabia.
Could Obama have deliberately sought to empower the intelligence apparatus in order to prevent Trump from greenlighting the next 9/11? It now becomes considerably more difficult to hide one’s Treason.
Just throwing that out there. It’s a possibility.”

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…Of course he does.

Obama Warns the Senate to Pass Surveillance Law

“Heaven forbid we’ve got a problem where we could have prevented a terrorist attack or apprehended someone who was engaged in dangerous activity, but we didn’t do so simply because of inaction in the Senate,” Mr. Obama added.

Unless the 4th Amendment to the Constitution is shredded, Obama predicts more terror attacks. Such a bullshit fearmongering campaign. The attacks we’ve had so far should have been prevented, but were not due to state complicity. We had 9/11, where “fifty CIA personnel” knew that two hijackers were living in San Diego for 16 months, and yet did absolutely nothing about it. We had the Boston Bombing where the FBI received direct threat warnings from Russia’s FSB about Tsarnaev, and then inexplicably pretended they didn’t know who he was, begging the public to identify the guy they had already interviewed and had international warnings about.

The issue isn’t collecting everyone’s phone calls. The issue is a criminal “deep state” that likes it when terrorist attacks happen because it gives them more power: power to eradicate Constitutional protections, power to wage wars of aggression, power to destroy the competition around the world in the mad dash for scarce resources.  There is plenty wrong with this picture, and we don’t even get the basic sketch of it in the mainstream corporate lie factories.

Let’s not forget that Obama TO THIS DAY is covering up the 28 pages that show Saudi Arabian high officials were complicit in the 9/11 attacks. To this day Obama commits treason, giving “Aid and Comfort” to the Saudi officials who helped attack America, thus launching this fraudulent “war on terrorism.” The US intelligence services had all the information they needed, including legitimate NSA surveillance of an Al Qaeda phone hub in Yemen, which told them exactly who the terrorists were — AND DID NOTHING TO STOP THE ATTACK!!!

We are living on the other side of the mirror, people. Delusion has replaced facts. Myth replaced evidence. They have betrayed us, and they continue to betray us. What they are doing right now is UNCONSTITUTIONAL, that document that gives them all their power. They ignore its limitations. They scaremonger the public in order to get away with destroying the Constitution which they have sworn to protect. They are the real enemies of “America” which looks less and less like America each year, and more like a fascist police state.

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Former CIA Official Lied in Boston Bombing Cover-Up

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It reveals that Tsarni had worked in Central Asia for the Agency for International Development (USAID)—a U.S. Government Agency often used for cover by the CIA, including a two-year stint in the former Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan during the “Wild West” days of the early 1990’s, when anything that wasn’t nailed down in that country was up for grabs.

Not a lot new here, if you’re familiar with Hopsicker’s previous series. He opts for a lot of style over substance. You may be better off familiarising yourself with my take on the Boston bombing cover-up:

Uncle Ruslan Tsarni’s Organization May Have Funded Terrorists
Is This the Man Who “Radicalized” Dzhokhar Tsarnaev? (full text)

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New Boston Bombing Report

 

The US government’s latest report on the Boston Marathon bombing is so full of revealing information buried in plain sight, it seems as if an insider is imploring someone—anyone—to dig deeper. It reads like the work of an unhappy participant in a cover-up.

Properly contextualized, the particulars in the report point to:

•   A Boston FBI agent seemingly recruiting and acting as Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s control officer, interacting personally with him, preventing on multiple occasions serious investigations of Tsarnaev’s activities, and then pleading ignorance to investigators in the most ludicrously improbable manner.

•  The likelihood that the blame game between the US and Russia over who knew what, and when, regarding Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his activities, masks a deeper geopolitical game which may very well point to the sine qua non of most such struggles—the battle for the control of precious natural resources.

•   The sheer inability of well-meaning US government officials—who either may know or suspect that the “official” account of the Boston bombing, with the Tsarnaev brothers as lone wolf terrorists, is utterly false—to come out and state their true beliefs. The most recent report is an example of the necessity of reading between the lines.

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The Boston bombing story has had so many anomalies and problems, that I doubt any honest person can claim to know what really went down last April.  WhoWhatWhy investigates the carjacking witness, “DANNY,” the sole source whose statements implicated Tamerlan and Dzhokar as not only the bombers but also allegedly the murderers of a police officer that night.

Read both parts to get introduced to new suspicious players.

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Russ Baker — who has published 3 of my articles so far — explains the whowhatwhy.com publication and stories from 9/11 Cover Up, Saudis, Syrian war plans, Boston Bombing, NSA spying, corporate media, CIA, propaganda, etc.

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Source: brianglynwilliams.com

I hope I didn’t contribute to it.  That kid and his brother identified with the Chechen struggle.”  

–Brian Glyn Williams, South Coast Today, April 19th  2013

Who is Brian Glyn Williams, and why was he telling his local newspaper such things relating to the alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?  This question may be highly relevant to our understanding of the bombing and of the longstanding Chechen insurgency itself.   It was Williams who contacted South Coast Today reporter Steve Urbon first, and not vice-versa.  This important article indicates a series of contacts between professor Williams and the boy who would later be accused of terrorism and mass murder at the 2013 Boston Marathon.

Brian Glyn Williams bills himself as an associate professor of Islamic History at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.  That’s where his byline tends to stop, abridged as it is.  Recently however, Williams has come clean about his CIA past as a field operative in Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and around Central Asia in the early 2000’s.  He studied, of all things, the motivations of “suicide bombers,” establishing himself as an expert on the subject.  Professor Williams also has a longtime association with the Jamestown Foundation, created by the head of the CIA in 1984 and steered by Zbigniew Brzezinski.  Williams’ role as an “analyst” for Jamestown Foundation is usually also omitted from his byline, when his editorials appear in such mainstream journals as the Huffington Post, The Atlantic Monthly and elsewhere.   Such failure to disclose his personal connections to US intelligence and to an intelligence-connected front organization mirrors his non-disclosure concerning his personal relationship with the alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in those very same publications.

A website called Major History profiled Professor Williams in March of 2013.  There they wrote, “[Brian Glyn Williams’] work has taken him to … Afghanistan to work for the Central Intelligence Agency.  Williams was tasked with helping law enforcement and intelligence agencies understand the motivations and behaviors of suicide bombers…”  As Williams’ formal education is in history, rather than psychological profiling, this may seem a bit out of the ordinary.  “[Williams’] findings about suicide bombings in Afghanistan were informed by his understanding of tribal identities as much as fervor for the Jihadist movement.  He came to these conclusions after being sent to Afghanistan by the CIA to perform firsthand research on these types of attacks.  This type of fieldwork is unusual for most academics but especially for historians...”

 

Which version of Brian Glyn Williams are we reading?

In 2008 Williams wrote a Field Report on Suicide Bombers of Afghanistan, for the Middle East Policy journal.  No indication was given to readers that his specific trip to Afghanistan was as a CIA operative.  That disclosure does not seem to have been made until March of 2013.  In the piece, Dr. Williams, a lowly associate professor of Islamic History, said, “…it was my research on Afghanistan’s suicide bombers that had drawn me from the safety of my world to the Pashtun tribal regions…”  That may be so, but it is certainly not the entire story.

Williams’ elaborate 2011 defense of the CIA’s drone assassination campaign is an exercise in bolstering the CIA’s policies without fully disclosing his own linkages or self-interests.  Writing in the West Point CTC Sentinel, “Brian Glyn Williams is Associate Professor of Islamic History at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth.  He formerly taught at the University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies.”  That’s all that Williams discloses in Accuracy of the U.S. Drone Campaign: The Views of a Pakistani General.

FrontPage Magazine managed to locate Brian Glyn Williams after the Boston Marathon bombings and noted, “Professor Brian Glyn Williams teaches the only course in the country about the Chechen wars and said Dzokhar emailed him questions in the spring of 2011.”  No mention of CIA or Jamestown, but was this at all unexpected given Williams’ persistent pattern of non-disclosures?

As Williams is billed as the sole academic in the US worth talking to about the Chechen wars, he should quite know all about the Islamic Jihad that has raged there since the 90’s and which FrontPage describes clearly just further down in the article.  When Osama Bin Laden set up a training camp in Chechnya in 1995, he wanted to ‘establish a worldwide Islamic state…

Who are the Chechen rebel “commanders?”

Canadian Broadcasting (CBC) reported in 2010,

“Last year, a charismatic rebel commander calling himself Said Buryatsky bragged on the rebel website Kavkaz Center he was training new suicide bombers….  Buryatsky… studied for several years in Saudi Arabia… A new leader, Dokka Umarov, emerged declaring the new goal was to separate all six Muslim majority provinces in the Russian Caucasus from the Russian Federation, and create a new Islamic state ruled by Sharia law.  Admired for his Saudi religious education Buryatsky quickly became Umarov’s chief ideologist.  He also became a valued military strategist.”

Doku Umarov is the current leader of the Chechen insurgency, and he is known as “Russia’s Bin Laden.”  His website Kavkaz Center is hosted in Finland.  On June 29th of 2010 the US State Department designated Doku Umarov a “global terrorist.”  In June of 2012 Finnish prosecutors were reported to have linked the US State Department itself to funding for Doku Umarov’s website operations – the Kavkaz Center.

In April of 2013, Brian Glyn Williams suggested to his Huffington Post readers to visit the Kavkaz Center website to see that these Chechens allegedly don’t target Americans.  Williams claimed, “While the small number of Chechen rebels were later radicalized in the 2000s and came to see their war for national independence as a defensive jihad, they had no reason to attack distant America.”  Williams, of course, knows that an Al Qaeda training camp was established in Chechnya in 1995.  He suggests, “For a view into their world see the Chechen rebels’ website Kavkaz Center.”  The owner of that website in Finland, Mikael Storsjo received a “four-month suspended sentence” in 2012 for “assisting Chechen terrorists to enter Finland illegally.” 

Brian Glyn Williams knows full well that Doku Umarov is a terrorist and that the bombings gleefully boasted about on his Jihad website Kavkaz Center are in fact acts of terrorism.  As Umarov is officially designated a “global terrorist” by the US government itself, should Mr. Williams be supporting him, his group and his website rhetorically?

More to the point: Did Williams recommend this website and its activities to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev?

The distinction that Williams stresses repeatedly is that “they had no reason to attack distant America.”  The clear implication here is that terrorist attacks against Russians are of no concern and should not be of concern to readers.

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