Posts Tagged ‘intelligence agencies’

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PS

FAIR also addresses this sham.

 

Misreporting Manafort: A Case Study in Journalistic Malpractice

The story was picked up across the US, including by  USA Today(11/27/18), the Washington Post (11/27/18), Bloomberg(11/27/18), Yahoo! News (27/11/18), The Hill (11/27/18) and Rolling Stone (11/27/18). One CNN analyst (11/27/18) analyst excitedly commented that the news was “hugely significant” and “could be one of the two missing links to show real interference and knowledge of Russian involvement” in the election.

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Obama Opens NSA’s Vast Trove of Warrantless Data to Entire Intelligence Community

 

WITH ONLY DAYS until Donald Trump takes office, the Obama administration on Thursday announced new rules that will let the NSA share vast amounts of private data gathered without warrant, court orders or congressional authorization with 16 other agencies, including the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Department of Homeland Security.

 

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As many as 5,000 ISIS recruits to return to Europe – Belgian minister

Welcome to Gladio B. When shit starts blowing up in Europe (again), the governments will push through their desired reactionary policies.

Gotta love this:

“…admits that the continent’s intelligence agencies can only watch and wait to see how many of them return.”

Is that all they can do? Watch and ALLOW THEM BACK IN?

Oh really?

Why is that?

The same intelligence agencies that helped them start the Syrian insurgency are powerless to simply not allow them back into the country? So what’s the very point of “watching” them if you’re not gong to do a God damned thing about it?

Farce.

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Bob Graham may be turning up the heat with the success of the JASTA motion in congress. We may see some action on the September 11th cover-up yet.

 

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John le Carré warns of threat posed by secret services to democracy

Le Carré, however, said that “where Bingham believed that uncritical love of the intelligence services was synonymous with love of country, I came to believe that such love should be examined. And that, without such vigilance, our secret services could in certain circumstances become as much of a peril to our democracy as their supposed enemies”.