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#1 Zharkov

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 12:05 AM

Maybe they could begin by not pooping in the hallways?

Block their porn websites?

Stop the flow of drugs into Langley?

 

US intelligence agencies failed to predict ISIL’s overwhelming rise and were “not sure what to do"

 

Senior Obama administration officials’ closed-door briefing to senators Tuesday night revealed that the White House did not anticipate and was not prepared for the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS), which has wreaked havoc in Iraq and seized many key cities in recent weeks.

Top State Department and Defense Department officials joined senators Tuesday evening for a briefing on the quickly developing chaos in Iraq and future U.S. plans for a response.

Sources familiar with the brief said that the administration officials repeated talking points issued over the past several days in both open and closed door meetings and had trouble communicating a concrete plan for response.

The brief was conducted by Assistant Secretary of State Anne Patterson, Assistant Secretary of Defense Elissa Slotkin, Vice Admiral Frank Pandolfe, and an official from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, according to a senior Senate insider.

The officials told senators that the White House and intelligence agencies failed to predict ISIL’s overwhelming rise and were “not sure what to do,” according to the source.

http://freebeacon.co...ee-isil-coming/
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EPA Refuses to Condemn Its Employees Pooping in the Hallway

After pretending to be CIA agents, watching porn at their desks, and building “man caves,” employees at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are now pooping in the hallway, according to Government Executive.

The latest scandal involving EPA employee conduct was revealed in an email obtained by the publication, which detailed how an employee at their headquarters in Denver placed “feces in the hallway.” The EPA declined to comment on the matter.

Government Executive reports:

    It appears, however, that a regional office has reached a new low: Management for Region 8 in Denver, Colo., wrote an email earlier this year to all staff in the area pleading with them to stop inappropriate bathroom behavior, including defecating in the hallway.

    In the email, obtained by Government Executive, Deputy Regional Administrator Howard Cantor mentioned “several incidents” in the building, including clogging the toilets with paper towels and “an individual placing feces in the hallway” outside the restroom.

    Confounded by what to make of this occurrence, EPA management “consulted” with workplace violence “national expert” John Nicoletti, who said that hallway feces is in fact a health and safety risk. He added the behavior was “very dangerous” and the individuals responsible would “probably escalate” their actions.

http://freebeacon.co...in-the-hallway/


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 06:48 AM

Since American armed, financed and trained ISIS, I'd imagine they they know all about them. The whole thing reeks of CIA blackop, aimed against Iran.

 

http://www.theanalys...ed-middle-east/

 

The Chaos that has Erupted in Iraq is part of a Grander Western Strategy of a Fractured and Divided Middle East

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Photo: Spc Chase Lee Kincaid

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) (or ISIS depending on how you translate the title of the group), is a covert western army designed to carve out a Sunni mini-state in a chaotic Middle East, which is to be fractured along artificial sectarian and ethnic lines.

Iraq has been plunged into a further state of chaos over the past fortnight, as mercenaries from the ISIL have launched attacks against the Iraqi Army in numerous towns in the Northwest of the country. The ISIL is group of foreign mercenaries supported by the west which has committed what “almost certainly amounts to war crimes” in Iraq, according to the UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay. The Sunni dominated ISIL has long been used by western powers in neighbouring Syria to destabilise and destroy the Bashar al-Assad regime in Damascus, which refuses to be absorbed into the western economic-corporate empire.

Western imperial powers have used a policy of divide and conquer, coupled with chaos, to fracture regimes along sectarian and ethnic lines in order to destroy nation states that resist Anglo-American-European hegemony. Iraq is part of a wider strategy for the Middle East which is advocated by western geopolitical strategists Zbigniew Brzezinski and Bernard Lewis. Historian and author Webster Tarpley crystallises the Brzezinski-Lewis blueprint for a “New Middle East” during an interview in 2012:

“The US strategic goal in the Middle East is the destruction of all existing national states. There’s an outline for this that has been known for many years as the Bernard Lewis plan, [and] it’s been expressed again by people like Zbigniew Brzezinski; micro states, mini-states, rump-states, secessionism, chaos, war lords and NATO feels free to seize whatever assets they think are important” (3:29 into the interview).

Bernard Lewis gave a glimpse into the strategy of western powers in an article published in the 1992 issue of the Council on Foreign Relations magazine “Foreign Affairs” titled Rethinking the Middle East:

“Most of the states of the Middle East – Egypt is an obvious exception – are of recent and artificial construction and are vulnerable to such a process. If the central power is sufficiently weakened, there is no real civil society to hold the polity together, no real sense of common national identity or overriding allegiance to the nation state. The state then disintegrates – as happened in Lebanon – into a chaos of squabbling, feuding, fighting sects, tribes, regions and parties.” (The 8th paragraph from the bottom of the article).

As Tony Cartalucci has reported for New Eastern Outlook, the ISIL is a creation of the US and its Sunni Gulf Monarch allies in the region. It is designed to create a Sunni Islamic state within Iraq and increase sectarian tensions across the Middle East which will weaken the Shia powers of Iran, Syria and Hezbollah. World Net Daily has also received leaks from Jordanian officials which reveal that the US military trained the militants in secret bases inside Jordan in 2012, to then be deployed to fight against the regime in Syria. The ISIL has been destabilising Iraq for years and in March the Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki asserted that Saudi Arabia and Qatar were funding the ISIL to weaken the government in Bagdad. In the run up to the Iraqi elections in April, the ISIL were fighting in the western Anbar region of Iraq which resulted in approximately 300 deaths in February.

The official narrative propagated from the mainstream media is that Iraq is experiencing a bloody civil war that has erupted out of deep sectarian divisions that have existed for decades. Yet it has been documented at length that the main group that has been perpetuating the violence within Iraq – namely ISIL – is controlled by the west and their regional allies. A recent article in the Guardian newspaper by Iraqi refugee and Sociology lecturer at London Metropolitan University, Sami Ramadani, describes the absence of sectarian violence in Iraq prior to the invasion in 2003. He describes how sectarian violence only became a problem after the invasion, and believes that the colonial strategy of divide and rule has been used in Iraq to fragment the country into 3 regions based along sectarian lines.

The agenda of Iraq being divided into 3 separate regions has been the policy of western imperious powers for decades, with a map released in 2006 by retired general of the U.S. National War Academy Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph Peters depicting Iraq split into 3 regions; a Sunni Iraq to the West, a Arab Shia State in the East and a Free Kurdistan in the North:

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As well as a controlled Sunni group capturing much of western Iraq in recent weeks, the prescient 2006 strategy outlined in the map is further supported by the Kurdish fighters in Syria carving out an independent region in the northeast of Syria. In January the Syrian Kurds declared an autonomous region which could see the creation of a Free Kurdistan in the Middle East, especially if it is merged with Iraqi Kurdistan in Northern Iraq next door.

Imperious powers have always feared a strong, unified and cohesive people who can form organised resistance movements to oppose colonial forces. Classical divide and conquer doctrine has been implemented in the Middle East over the previous few decades in order to engineer a state of chaos which destroys nation states. Destabilisation, chaos and balkanisation is the policy of today, which weakens regimes who are hostile to western geostrategic interests and allows multinational corporations to rape the region of its resources.


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#3 Zharkov

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 02:26 PM

Todd Gitlin – chair of the PhD program in communications at Columbia University, and a professor of journalism and sociology – notes:

Under the Freedom of Information Act, the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund (PCJF) has unearthed documents showing that, in 2011 and 2012, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other federal agencies were busy surveilling and worrying about a good number of Occupy groups — during the very time that they were missing actual warnings about actual terrorist actions.

 

From its beginnings, the Occupy movement was of considerable interest to the DHS, the FBI, and other law enforcement and intelligence agencies, while true terrorists were slipping past the nets they cast in the wrong places. In the fall of 2011, the DHS specifically asked its regional affiliates to report on “Peaceful Activist Demonstrations, in addition to reporting on domestic terrorist acts and ‘significant criminal activity.’”

 

Aware that Occupy was overwhelmingly peaceful, the federally funded Boston Regional Intelligence Center (BRIC), one of 77 coordination centers known generically as “fusion centers,” was busy monitoring Occupy Boston daily. As the investigative journalist Michael Isikoff recently reported, they were not only tracking Occupy-related Facebook pages and websites but “writing reports on the movement’s potential impact on ‘commercial and financial sector assets.’”

 

It was in this period that the FBI received the second of two Russian police warnings about the extremist Islamist activities of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the future Boston Marathon bomber. That city’s police commissioner later testified that the federal authorities did not pass any information at all about the Tsarnaev brothers on to him, though there’s no point in letting the Boston police off the hook either. The ACLU has uncovered documents showing that, during the same period, they were paying close attention to the internal workings of…Code Pink and Veterans for Peace.

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In Alaska, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Wisconsin, intelligence was not only pooled among public law enforcement agencies, but shared with private corporations — and vice versa.

 

Nationally, in 2011, the FBI and DHS were, in the words of Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, executive director of the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, “treating protests against the corporate and banking structure of America as potential criminal and terrorist activity.”

 

Last December using FOIA, PCJF obtained 112 pages of documents (heavily redacted) revealing a good deal of evidence for what might otherwise seem like an outlandish charge: that federal authorities were, in Verheyden-Hilliard’s words, “functioning as a de facto intelligence arm of Wall Street and Corporate America.” Consider these examples from PCJF’s summary of federal agencies working directly not only with local authorities but on behalf of the private sector:

 

• “As early as August 19, 2011, the FBI in New York was meeting with the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the Occupy Wall Street protests that wouldn’t start for another month. By September, prior to the start of the OWS, the FBI was notifying businesses that they might be the focus of an OWS protest.”

 

• “The FBI in Albany and the Syracuse Joint Terrorism Task Force disseminated information to… [22] campus police officials… A representative of the State University of New York at Oswego contacted the FBI for information on the OWS protests and reported to the FBI on the SUNY-Oswego Occupy encampment made up of students and professors.

 

• An entity called the Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC), “a strategic partnership between the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the private sector,” sent around information regarding Occupy protests at West Coast ports [on Nov. 2, 2011] to “raise awareness concerning this type of criminal activity.” The DSAC report contained “a ‘handling notice’ that the information is ‘meant for use primarily within the corporate security community. Such messages shall not be released in either written or oral form to the media, the general public or other personnel…’ Naval Criminal Investigative Services (NCIS) reported to DSAC on the relationship between OWS and organized labor.”

 

• DSAC gave tips to its corporate clients on “civil unrest,” which it defined as running the gamut from “small, organized rallies to large-scale demonstrations and rioting.” ***

 

• The FBI in Anchorage, Jacksonville, Tampa, Richmond, Memphis, Milwaukee, and Birmingham also gathered information and briefed local officials on wholly peaceful Occupy activities.

 

• In Jackson, Mississippi, FBI agents “attended a meeting with the Bank Security Group in Biloxi, MS with multiple private banks and the Biloxi Police Department, in which they discussed an announced protest for ‘National Bad Bank Sit-In-Day’ on December 7, 2011.” Also in Jackson, “the Joint Terrorism Task Force issued a ‘Counterterrorism Preparedness’ alert” that, despite heavy redactions, notes the need to ‘document…the Occupy Wall Street Movement.’”

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In 2010, the American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee learned … that the Tennessee Fusion Center was “highlighting on its website map of ‘Terrorism Events and Other Suspicious Activity’ a recent ACLU-TN letter to school superintendents. The letter encourages schools to be supportive of all religious beliefs during the holiday season.”

 

http://www.infowars....tory-of-spying/


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 02:34 PM

The focus of US intelligence is now directed to the American public instead of on foreign terrorists, most of whom are already known to be controlled by Saudi Arabia, a US ally.   

 

As the article above indicates, the inward focus of intelligence agencies has occurred since the early 1900's, and continues today.    By focusing efforts to control the American public, they avoid having their personnel exposed to the foreign intrigues perpetrated by those within the US government who actually plot terrorist attacks with US allied nations such as Saudi Arabia.

 

If CIA and NSA employees ever see the "big picture" of what they are doing and why, there would be tens of thousands of Snowdens meeting with journalists.


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 02:45 PM

The Justice Department Inspector General found that “FBI agents improperly opened investigations into Greenpeace and several other domestic advocacy groups after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, and put the names of some of their members on terrorist watch lists based on evidence that turned out to be ‘factually weak.’”

 

The Inspector General called “troubling” what the Los Angeles Times described as “singling out some of the domestic groups for investigations that lasted up to five years, and were extended ‘without adequate basis.’

 

Subsequently, the FBI continued to maintain investigative files on groups like Greenpeace, the Catholic Worker, and the Thomas Merton Center in Pittsburgh, cases where (in the politely put words of the Inspector General’s report) “there was little indication of any possible federal crimes… In some cases, the FBI classified some investigations relating to nonviolent civil disobedience under its ‘acts of terrorism’ classification.”


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 02:50 PM

Military intelligence operatives spied on activists who violated no laws, were not suspected of violating laws, and had they violated laws, would not have been under military jurisdiction in any case.

 

During those years, more than 1,500 Army intelligence agents in plain clothes were spying, undercover, on domestic political groups (according to Military Surveillance of Civilian Politics, 1967-70, an unpublished dissertation by former Army intelligence captain Christopher H. Pyle). They posed as students, sometimes growing long hair and beards for the purpose, or as reporters and camera crews. They recorded speeches and conversations on concealed tape recorders. The Army lied about their purposes, claiming they were interested solely in “civil disturbance planning.”

 

Mass surveillance is also being conducted to stop peaceful boycotts.

 

Glenn Greenwald notes that the list of people targeted for mass surveillance by the American government have included:

  • “Anyone who uses online tools to promote political ideals”
  • Those who express “radical” ideas
  • “Americans opposed to the Iraq war, including Quakers and student groups“
  • “Non-violent protesters”
  • “Political opponents”
  • “Environmental activists, broad swaths of anti-government rightwing groups, anti-war activists, and associations organised around Palestinian rights
  • “Martin Luther King, the civil rights movement, … environmentalists”
  • “The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, black nationalist movements, socialist and communist organizations, … and various rightwing groups”

And the head of the NSA’s digital communications surveillance program, a high-level NSA executive, the NSA whistleblower who was the source of the New York Times’ groundbreaking expose on spying andEdward Snowden have all said that NSA spying is about crushing dissent  … not protecting us from terrorists.

 

A Key Characteristic of Fascism

Naomi Wolf notes that mass surveillance is one of the 10 key characteristics of fascism:

In Mussolini’s Italy, in Nazi Germany, in communist East Germany, in communist China – in every closed society – secret police spy on ordinary people and encourage neighbours to spy on neighbours.

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In closed societies, this surveillance is cast as being about “national security”; the true function is to keep citizens docile and inhibit their activism and dissent.

The Constitution Society points out:

The methods used to overthrow a constitutional order and establish a tyranny are well-known.

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Internal spying and surveillance is the beginning. A sign is false prosecutions of their leaders

Glenn Greenwald writes:

“Doing something wrong” in the eyes of [authoritarian]  institutions encompasses far more than illegal acts, violent behaviour and terrorist plots. It typically extends to meaningful dissent and any genuine challenge. It is the nature of authority to equate dissent with wrongdoing, or at least with a threat.

Even the quintessential defender of the status quo for the powers-that-be – Cass Sunstein – notes that benevolent rulers don’t need to spy on their own people like tyrants do:

As a general rule, tyrants, far more than democratic rulersneed guns, ammunition, spies, and police officers. Their decrees will rarely be self-implementing. Terror is required.


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 03:01 PM

Why should anyone believe that Saudi Arabia aids ISIS and other terrorist groups?

Because the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said so.   He knows.

 

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers said on Wednesday that negligence by the Obama administration toward reliable allies in the Middle East is directly responsible for the acquisition of arms from those countries by the radical Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other terrorist groups.

"When the Arab League first began discussions with us three years ago about helping with Syria, they said, 'We need your help — not boots on the ground, but guidance,'" recalled Rogers, a Republican from Michigan who is retiring this fall after 14 years in Congress. "The U.S. response was 'that's too hard.'"

Since then, he added, "every month, the options have gotten worse."

The seven-term lawmaker, former FBI agent and U.S. Army officer spoke at a press breakfast hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.

In response to a question from Newsmax as to why ISIS has acquired weapons from Middle Eastern countries such as Qatar and Saudi Arabia that are assumed to be U.S. allies, Rogers blamed it on the fact that "the [Obama administration] never quite weighed in on the Middle East situation, despite appeals from the Arab League."

http://www.newsmax.c...6/26/id/579546/


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 03:05 PM

So, America doesn't know what our allies are doing, America doesn't know what our enemies are doing, and our inteligence community doesn't know what our own government is doing.

 

Total Failure!


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 11:30 PM

839. Iraqi crisis created to save dollar (6/18/2014)

 

In early June, Russia switches the oil payment from dollars to Euros.

 

Gazprom Signs Agreements to Switch from Dollars to Euros

 

Global Research, June 07, 2014

 

Gazprom Neft had signed additional agreements with consumers on a possible switch from dollars to euros for payments under contracts, the oil company’s head Alexander Dyukov told a press conference.

 

“Additional agreements of Gazprom Neft on the possibility to switch contracts from dollars to euros are signed. With Belarus, payments in rubles are agreed on,” he said.

 

Dyukov said nine of ten consumers had agreed to switch to euros.

 

http://www.globalresearch.ca/gazprom-signs-agreements-to-switch-from-dollars-to-euros/5386049

 

This is very important news. If people starting to abandon the dollar, US will be hurt seriously in economy. Yet the news was little reported by the mainstream media. Several days later, the ISIL rebel in Iraq activates an offensive. The puppet Iraqi government retreats without any resistance. As a result, the oil price goes up.

 

 

Oil prices spike as Iraq violence flares

 By Mark Thompson  @MarkThompsonCNN June 12, 2014

 

Oil prices spiked Thursday to levels not seen in nine months as escalating violence in Iraq sparked worries about crude exports.

 

Light crude oil futures touched $106 a barrel, up nearly 2% and the highest price since September 2013.

 

http://money.cnn.com/2014/06/12/news/oil-prices-iraq/

 

Since the money used in most oil trading is dollar, the higher oil price will force the buyer to keep more dollar in bank as purchasing power. It’s a big amount if future option is included. Manipulating oil price becomes a strategy to save the dollar. Iraq is a big country of oil production and exportation. Its political stability has huge influence to oil price. US has turned it into a switch to adjust the oil price.


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Posted 28 June 2014 - 03:03 PM

The "failure to predict" story is coming from the same people who created and funded the schemes they now claim were not "predicted" to occur.   Benghazi was a "failure to predict" situation according to them, yet they armed the very people who killed their ambassador!

 

The attack on 9/11 was said by the Bush administration to be another "failure to predict", yet they were the ones to create Al Qaida and fund them, and ship arms to them, and Osama bin Laden was a CIA agent with a code name.    

 

So many "failures", in so little time!  


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Posted 08 July 2014 - 11:17 PM

839. Iraqi crisis created to save dollar (6/18/2014)

 

In early June, Russia switches the oil payment from dollars to Euros.

 

Gazprom Signs Agreements to Switch from Dollars to Euros

 

Global Research, June 07, 2014

 

Gazprom Neft had signed additional agreements with consumers on a possible switch from dollars to euros for payments under contracts, the oil company’s head Alexander Dyukov told a press conference.

 

“Additional agreements of Gazprom Neft on the possibility to switch contracts from dollars to euros are signed. With Belarus, payments in rubles are agreed on,” he said.

 

Dyukov said nine of ten consumers had agreed to switch to euros.

 

http://www.globalresearch.ca/gazprom-signs-agreements-to-switch-from-dollars-to-euros/5386049

 

This is very important news. If people starting to abandon the dollar, US will be hurt seriously in economy. Yet the news was little reported by the mainstream media. Several days later, the ISIL rebel in Iraq activates an offensive. The puppet Iraqi government retreats without any resistance. As a result, the oil price goes up.

 

 

Oil prices spike as Iraq violence flares

 By Mark Thompson  @MarkThompsonCNN June 12, 2014

 

Oil prices spiked Thursday to levels not seen in nine months as escalating violence in Iraq sparked worries about crude exports.

 

Light crude oil futures touched $106 a barrel, up nearly 2% and the highest price since September 2013.

 

http://money.cnn.com/2014/06/12/news/oil-prices-iraq/

 

Since the money used in most oil trading is dollar, the higher oil price will force the buyer to keep more dollar in bank as purchasing power. It’s a big amount if future option is included. Manipulating oil price becomes a strategy to save the dollar. Iraq is a big country of oil production and exportation. Its political stability has huge influence to oil price. US has turned it into a switch to adjust the oil price.


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 02:47 PM

More Failures - Every Day

 

BERLIN — German-U.S. relations are facing a new test over a German intelligence employee who reportedly spied for the U.S., with Germany's president saying if the allegations are true, that kind of spying on allies must stop.

 

Prosecutors say a 31-year-old German was arrested last week on suspicion of spying for foreign intelligence services, and that he allegedly handed over 218 documents between 2012 and 2014. German media, without naming sources, have reported he was an employee of Germany's foreign intelligence service who says he sold his services to the U.S.

 

Germany's Foreign Ministry summoned the U.S. ambassador Friday to help clarify the case. The country's top security official stepped up the pressure Sunday.

 

"I expect everyone now to assist quickly in clearing up the accusations — and quick and clear statements, from the USA too," Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere was quoted as saying in Bild newspaper.

 

The issue threatens to strain German-U.S. relations again after earlier reports that the National Security Agency spied on Germans, including on Chancellor Angela Merkel's cellphone.

 

If it turns out the U.S. "gave this kind of assignment to one of our intelligence employees, then it really has to be said: That's enough now," President Joachim Gauck said on ZDF television.

 

The head of a parliamentary committee investigating the activities of U.S. and allied spies, Patrick Sensburg, said he has no information that documents from the panel were spied on, but government documents destined for the committee may have been.

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Council have declined to comment.

 

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said at a book presentation in Berlin it's "a serious issue."

 

http://www.newsmax.c...7/07/id/581091/

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Typical US Government Responses:

 

"If you are not doing anything wrong, what have you got to hide?"

 

"We will make certain that it will not happen again."

 

"These mistakes happen.   Sorry about that."

 

"In any large bureaucracy, there are always people who failed to get the message."

 

"It's what every nation does, so it should be no surprise."


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Posted 09 July 2014 - 03:24 PM

Collection only - that was President Truman's goal in creating the intelligence community known as the CIA.

 

Not sabotage, not subversion, not destroying the careers of German intelligence workers, but only intel collection.

 

Germany is the canary in the coal mine.   What happens there will set the pattern for the rest of the world, and it does not look good for Germany.    No matter what the German government says or does, the spying continues.   It will not stop because that is what the US government wants - TOTAL INFORMATION AWARENESS.   The Pentagon spelled it out for everyone to see.

 

THEY want to know everything - what you say, who you meet, where you go, what you do, how you live, where you sleep, who you know, why you believe some stories and not others, how your mind works, what your DNA reveals, where you spend your money - everything!


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Posted 10 July 2014 - 07:36 PM

"CIA GET OUT"

 

Germany Demands Top U.S. Intelligence Officer Be Expelled

BERLIN — Germany’s relations with the United States plunged to a low point Thursday, with the government demanding the expulsion of the chief American intelligence official stationed here because, it said, Washington has refused to cooperate with German inquiries into United States intelligence activities.

“The representative of the U.S. intelligence services at the United States Embassy has been asked to leave Germany,” a government spokesman, Steffen Seibert, said in a statement.

German officials have been frustrated in their efforts to receive clarification from Washington since last summer, when it was reported that the National Security Agency had been monitoring the digital communications of millions of Germans. The government tamped down that uproar, but fury flared anew when it was revealed last fall that the N.S.A. had been monitoring Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cellphone.

Although President Obama has offered assurances that the United States will no longer spy on Germany, two cases of suspected American espionage that have come to light in the past eight days have sparked a fresh round of outrage.

“The request occurred against the backdrop of the ongoing investigation by federal prosecutors as well as the questions that were posed months ago about the activities of U.S. intelligence agencies in Germany,” Mr. Seibert said. “The government takes the matter very seriously.”

Mr. Seibert said Germany continued to seek “close and trusting” cooperation with its Western partners, “especially the United States.”

 

(Z: How many spies have to be caught to convince Germans to stop trusting US officials?)

As is usual with intelligence matters, the United States Embassy had no comment on the expulsion request. But in a statement, the embassy also said it was essential to maintain close cooperation with the German government “in all areas.”  (Blah, blah, blah)

Jen Psaki, the State Department spokeswoman, declined to comment on the development, but said Secretary of State John Kerry would be talking soon with his German counterpart, Frank-Walter Steinmeier. 

(Z:  Kerry Again?   "Fool Germans once...you can't fool Germans twice." - GW Bush)

“Our relationship with Germany is extremely important,” she said. “We’ll continue our dialogue through senior officials in the days and weeks ahead.”   (Z:   "Repeat a lie often enough and Germans begin to believe it."  - Adolph Hitler)

As Chancellor Merkel put it on Thursday, the two countries have better things to do than “waste energy spying” on each other. Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble, a close Merkel ally, said the latest espionage cases did not reflect well on the Americans. “With so much stupidity, you can only weep,” he said late Wednesday. “And that is why the chancellor is ‘not amused.’ ”

Reluctant as German leaders may have been to act, and however conscious they are that America holds most of the cards in their alliance, pressure built so sharply this week that they apparently believed that they had to do something. This leaves Ms. Merkel, and her government, in the unusual position for Germans of not knowing clearly what the next step is.

(Z:  Maybe Ms. Merkel needs more spies inside the White House?)

Clemens Binninger, a member of Ms. Merkel’s center-right party, said the move was “a political reaction of the government to the lack of willingness of American authorities to help clear up any questions” arising over the past year in connection with American surveillance of Germany and its leaders.

Mr. Binninger spoke after a session of the parliamentary control commission that oversees German intelligence activities, which he heads. The commission, whose proceedings are secret, was briefed Thursday by Gerhard Schindler, the head of the Federal Intelligence Service, on the two suspected cases of espionage.

The first case, concerning a midlevel employee of Mr. Schindler’s agency who was arrested last week, is far more serious than the second, in which “very many questions” linger, Mr. Binninger told reporters after almost three hours of talks with Mr. Schindler. No arrest has been made in the second case.

On Wednesday, the police searched the Berlin office and apartment of the man in the second case, who is suspected of being a spy, federal prosecutors said. They declined to give further information, but the German news media reported that the suspect worked for the Defense Ministry. A ministry spokesman confirmed that it was involved in an investigation. Mr. Binninger and other members of his commission said there was still no evidence of espionage.

The arrested intelligence employee, who has been identified only by his age, 31, apparently fed American agents 218 documents, some consisting of many pages, from five large files to which he had access, Mr. Binninger said. Over the past two years, he copied the papers, took them home and then scanned them and put the files on a USB stick, Mr. Binninger added. Asked by reporters about security controls, he said the intelligence service did not have the right to check all 5,000 employees as they come and go from the agency’s headquarters near Munich.

The parliamentary commission said it had asked to see all the documents given to the Americans, but Mr. Binninger said initial accounts indicated that they were relatively harmless, depicting day-to-day business rather than deep secrets.

That assessment was seconded by Mr. Schäuble and Thomas de Maiziere, the interior minister, who suggested that the material was nothing important. Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen, whose office is busily investigating the spying accusation against the Defense Ministry employee, said common sense alone would suggest that there could not possibly be enough to gain from paying spies for information to offset the damage to a valuable alliance.

 

(Z:  A big mistake would be looking to Washington for any sign of common sense.)

http://www.nytimes.c...ficer.html?_r=0

 

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"Real spies never get caught."

 

Intelligence failures are hitting the news on a daily basis - where was the advance intel on the wave of children immigrating into the US?

 

What happened to the intel on ISIS?  

 

How come Obama has no idea of what to do in the Middle East, the Ukraine, Egypt, Syria, Israel, Afghanistan, or even Detroit?


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#15 Zharkov

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 08:01 PM

Texas officials: ‘Obama to blame for swine flu outbreak from illegal migrants’ — Mass graves readied

ISIS insurgents seize uranium in Iraq: “Can be used in weapons of mass destruction”

A vehicle carrying radioactive Iridium-192 was hijacked in Mexico last week

Armed “international security” personnel now arresting American citizens

Meanwhile, back at the ranch...The NSA Literally Has a Database of Baby Photos and “Selfies” According to New Leak
 
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Posted 10 July 2014 - 08:16 PM



I have a news for you Mr - hiper amercian McTZharling....


''Uranium''

http://en.wikipedia....tumbo_lightning

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PS Who killed Pr.Kenny - and it was a right deed or not???
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#17 Zharkov

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Posted 10 July 2014 - 11:32 PM

Quite right - America's biggest intelligence failure was not the WTC attack, nor was it Pearl Harbor.

The worst intel failure was the assassination of President Kennedy, and this explains who did it.


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Posted 10 July 2014 - 11:34 PM

Kennedy violated "the understanding" he had with the CIA regarding the Bay of Pigs invasion, so the CIA had a special reason for revenge, and President Johnson took advantage of it.

 

Killing a president is a last resort, and as presidents go, Kennedy was not the worst.

 

I think he did not deserve to die even though he abandoned the Cuban invasion at the moment it needed air support, but the CIA disagreed and eliminated him.  As the documentary said, Oswald was innocent.


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Posted 11 July 2014 - 12:37 AM

Germany Races To Stop US-Backed July Terror Attack

A chilling new report prepared by the Federal Security Service (FSB) says that Russian intelligence experts were contacted earlier today by Germany’s foreign secret service agency Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) and warned that the Obama regime is planning a “catastrophic 9/11-type false flag terror attack” to occur on or about 28 July in order to “mask” the pending collapse of the current global economic system.

According to this report, the BND contacted the FSB earlier today after it had arrested a second Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent engaged in “grave terrorist offences” in Germany relating to “nuclear devices” being smuggled into both Europe and America for an attack(s) to be blamed on the shadowy Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who like Osama bin Laden before him is being funded by both Saudi Arabia and the US.

The uncovering of this plot by the BND, this report continues, was due, in part, to secret National Security Agency/Central Security Service (NSA/CSS) documents released by former CIA agent whistleblower Edward Snowden and which were due to be published last week.

When contacted last week by the reporters due to release this information, this report says, the BND “requested and received” an “assurance” from them not to publish the full details of their discovery until Germany intelligence agents were able to arrest the CIA terror cell members and (hopefully) stop their planned attack.

Critical to note in support of this FSB report is that the highly respected freedom of speech, cryptography, spying, and surveillance organization Cryptome, upon their learning of the planned suppression of these Snowden documents warned last week: “July is when war begins unless headed off by Snowden full release of crippling intel. After war begins not a chance of release, Warmongerers are on a rampage. So, yes, citizens holding Snowden docs will do the right thing.”

Also important to note, Glen Greenwald further explained that his failure to release these Snowden documents by stating: “After 3 months working on our story, USG [the United States government] today suddenly began making new last-minute claims which we intend to investigate before publishing.”

In a further confirming of the BND’s fears, this FSB report says, Snowden information that was released Sunday include “fresh revelations about a secret overseas nuclear project, double-dealing by an ostensible ally, a military calamity that befell an unfriendly power, and the identities of aggressive intruders into U.S. computer networks.”

http://www.eutimes.n...-terror-attack/


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Posted 11 July 2014 - 01:05 AM

Kennedy violated "the understanding" he had with the CIA regarding the Bay of Pigs invasion, so the CIA had a special reason for revenge, and President Johnson took advantage of it.
 
Killing a president is a last resort, and as presidents go, Kennedy was not the worst.
 
I think he did not deserve to die even though he abandoned the Cuban invasion at the moment it needed air support, but the CIA disagreed and eliminated him.  As the documentary said, Oswald was innocent.


Zharkov??? Don't you think then that at the time ]THE SECRET WORLD and its Branches were much powerful force then than anything else, at the time????

PS There are two main possibilities :


Not enough to satisfy elites american dream

Not hard enough to order to mass KILL the .... :) ? ...........
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