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#341 Zharkov

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Posted 07 June 2017 - 10:18 PM

The Obama Team of James "No Wiretaps" Clapper, John "Allahu Akbar" Brennan, and James "No Clinton Crimes" Comey, are an unholy alliance of evil men doing the dirty work of a globalist cabal.    The plan:   To destroy countries from within through mass waves of angry immigrants, destruction of jobs and currencies, and massive buildup of government power in order to install a global government from which there is no escape.    A small number of families would then control commerce on the entire planet, and nothing could be bought or sold without their permission.   Not even cash would exist.   All commerce would be government-controlled and computerized for extreme surveillance of the population.    Anyone resisting this gets the same treatment they are giving Trump today - smears, lawsuits, threats of criminal prosecution.

 

These globalist control freaks are not nice people.


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#342 Zharkov

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Posted 08 June 2017 - 12:17 AM

Odd but true, people who work for NSA have more DNA in common with fungus than with bacteria.
This could explain the failures of US intelligence.
Bacteria get things done faster and smarter than fungus.

 

Working to install the New World Order isn't a sign of "intelligent" behavior.

Fortunately, the 17 US intel agencies are not very good at their jobs.

Why?

Because they allowed Brennan to get away with his bogus claim that they all agreed that Russia hacked the election.

They let their chiefs commit fraud by failing to speak out against the obviously false claim.

Russia never cast a single vote for anyone in the last presidential election.

But 17 US intel agencies allowed that false impression to be created and pursued by the government and media.

Nobody spoke against it.   Nice going, puppets.

If 17 intel agencies were any good at intelligence work, at least one of them would have set the record straight.


Edited by Zharkov, 08 June 2017 - 01:38 PM.

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#343 shaktiman

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Posted 08 June 2017 - 01:46 AM

Thanks Zharkov,

I truly appreciate you

Regards
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#344 Zharkov

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Posted 08 June 2017 - 09:33 PM

Suggested New NSA slogan:  "DTRT"

DO THE RIGHT THING.

 

and don't forget Elvis's slogan:   "TCBIF"    You know, "take care of business in a flash."

 

What that means is that when NSA sees something going seriously wrong in government, it needs to say something.

Do what Homeland Security tells everyone to do.   It's the American thing to do.   Be a patriotic snitch.

 

If you saw Hillary Clinton betraying America to foreign powers, tell us.

If you know the DCIA is lying, say something.

If you can see the pretext for war is bogus, say something.

And don't procrastinate forever about that.

Just do it.


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#345 shaktiman

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Posted 08 June 2017 - 09:46 PM

What that means is that when NSA sees something going seriously wrong in government, it needs to say something.
Do what Homeland Security tells everyone to do.   It's the American thing to do.

 

 

Zharkov, you and I both know it is even more than "seriously wrong".

 

Not only has old Shaktiman done all that, NSA, FBI, and CIA know it and I've told them to their faces. 

 

Wonder why they keep throwing me in jail? We're supposed to be on the same side. 

 

 

So far, we have as a nation and in our intelligence communities a kind of "retarded intelligence".

 

As I have told everyone in the US LE and military intelligence - the Russian and the Chinese are much smarter, but the American noses get pushed out of shape along with their egos.

 

They think israelis and mossad are the smartest. Poppycock! They're the biggest dummies on the planet and their hand to hand combat stinks as well. Ask a military combat instructor that tried me out here in NC if I know what I'm talking about.

 

Best regards.


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#346 Zharkov

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Posted 08 June 2017 - 10:11 PM

The sole audience for NSA and the other 16 so-called "intelligence" agencies is POTUS, but considering that recent US presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama cannot be trusted to tell the truth, and can be expected to consistently lie, the audience should be expanded to include the American people.    Trump is telling us the truth for a change and it seems everyone in D.C. hates that.     The Truth is a forbidden topic that only the elite are supposed to know.    Time for a change.

 

Before the US government gets us into the next disaster of its own creation, we need an NSA to brief American taxpayers who finance their intelligence agency.

We need to know what is going on in Washington and what our government is actually doing.

Nobody trusts the conventional news media anymore.    They lie.   They make up stories.   They sold out.   They collaborate with CIA to generate fake news.

Americans need to be informed.   NSA has the information we need.    The solution is obvious.


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#347 Zharkov

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 10:32 PM

NSA - "PLAYS ALL DAY ON FACEBOOK"

 

(It's better than them pooping on the carpets.)

A senior security database program officer at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence had at least 14 freelance jobs, performed hundreds of illegal searches and admitted to spending approximately “all day” on Facebook.

The findings are contained in a heavily redacted 32-page report compiled in late 2014 by the Office of the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community and made public Wednesday by Buzzfeed journalist Jason Leopold.

The document's header says it was approved for release in December, but Leopold, a prolific Freedom of Information Act litigant, said on Twitter he had just acquired it. “These reports are rarely released,” he wrote.

The senior employee’s astounding list of alleged misdeeds was uncovered, the report says, after the CIA’s clearance division found evidence in 2012 that she “engaged in unreported outside activities.”

The woman, whose name was redacted, began work at the ODNI’s Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive in May 2010. She was hired at the GS-14 level, which then carried a salary of more than $84,000.

Her job allowed “unfettered access” to the Scattered Castles database monitoring accesses to Sensitive Compartmented Information, the report says, and her job duties included managing the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) Database.

Through her outside jobs, she had accounts with the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) database of security clearance eligibility determinations.

The IG report says she used her access to Scattered Castles on at least one occasion as part of her outside work and that she used JPAS hundreds of times while at her full-time job to make illegal or improper searches.
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"Between June 10, 2013 and July 2, 2013, [the employee] ran JPAS record searches for Edward Snowden 357 times under three of her accounts [with outside contractors] while at ODNI facilities during duty hours," the report says. "In the case of 357 unauthorized JPAS queries, [she] violated the Privacy Act."

The JPAS system warns users they may face criminal Privacy Act penalties, the report says, and "regarding only maintenance of records and JPAS queries mentioned above, [the employee] violated the Privacy Act 636 times while at an ODNI facility."

She allegedly searched her own name 442 times while at work, which is "explicitly forbidden in the manuals for JPAS."

A spokesman for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the case, nor did the inspector general's office that compiled the report.

It's unclear if the woman remains an ODNI employee or if she faces criminal charges.

Though the woman's alleged misconduct appears not to be directly related to the government's vast pools of intercepted phone and internet records, the misconduct comes to light as U.S. officials and hawkish lawmakers push to make Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act permanent. A key selling point for making that surveillance authority, which expires later this year, permanent is the professionalism of the intelligence community and the lack of intentional misuse of records.

Sen. Ron Wyden has not elaborated on his reason for asking a specific question about surveillance.

 

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“When you hear politicians say [the NSA, the CIA and the FBI] never ‘willfully’ abuse their access, remember just one employee did it 600 times,” Snowden tweeted Wednesday afternoon.

The discovery of the ODNI worker's alleged misconduct began with her freelancing work.

Authorities found the employee had 14 part-time security consulting jobs, as indicated by a search of her personal email. She initially reported only five, and after the investigation began acknowledged 10 outside employers. Investigators found she “averaged in excess of five hours per day” on personal or unofficial business.

The report says a search warrant was issued for her LinkedIn account in March 2014, finding the account was used to solicit outside work.

In addition to concerns that unreported outside work with intelligence community contractors presented conflicts of interest, the report says that some of the companies she worked for “did not send tax documentation, raising suspicion in regard to tax fraud.”

The woman claimed bias as the investigation unfolded and allegedly told a CIA employee that "everybody" searches their own records.

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As the investigation deepened, the woman was found to have downloaded "several unauthorized executable files (programs) including game programs" at work.

"When confronted with the issue of illegal executables, games, and inappropriate chats on her account during the interview, [she] admitted that she spends approximately 'all day' on Facebook and plays games at work from four to six hours per day," the report says. "She also admitted that she engaged in sexually explicit Sametimes with a contractor for the first year of her employment with ODNI."

The report recommended “appropriate action to discipline [the employee] and ensure appropriate security clearance and access reviews occur.“


https://www.usnews.c...ndreds-of-times
 


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#348 Zharkov

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 10:46 PM

NSA looks hopeless, doesn't it?

 

Is there even one decent human being still working for NSA?

 

Have all the decent folks quit because they couldn't take the lies and corruption anymore?


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