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Posts Tagged ‘CIA’

US: No Free Speech for Russians – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 22, 2018

The gorilla so big I didn’t see it!

Why didn’t the CIA or the NSA or the FBI pick this up? 

Under Obama’s watch when he thought Hillary would win.

…The dates are important because we know from the revelations of Edward Snowden that the National Security Agency, the federal government’s domestic spying apparatus, began its pursuit of capturing all electronic data on everyone in the U.S. in 2001 and succeeded in mastering the capture of all keystrokes, telephone calls and digital traffic by 2005. We also know that the NSA traffic proceeds through FBI computers and that the CIA keeps constant tabs on Russian spies in Russia and elsewhere.

Why didn’t the CIA or the NSA or the FBI pick this up?

That is the $64,000 question that the indictment does not address, Read the rest of this entry »


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Is That Russia Troll Farm an Act of War? – Original

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 20, 2018

“Have we ever tried to meddle in other countries’ elections?” Laura Ingraham asked former CIA Director James Woolsey this weekend.

With a grin, Woolsey replied, “Oh, probably.”

“We don’t do that anymore though?” Ingraham interrupted. “We don’t mess around in other people’s elections, Jim?”

“Well,” Woolsey said with a smile. “Only for a very good cause.”

According to Sunday’s Washington Post, the troll story is old news in Russia, where reporters uncovered it last year and it was no big deal.

While Mueller’s indictments confirm that Russians meddled in the U.S. election, what explains the shock and the fear for “our democracy”?

Is the Great Republic about to fall because a bunch of trolls tweeted in our election? Is this generation ignorant of its own history?

Before and after World War II, we had Stalinists and Soviet spies at the highest levels of American culture and government. Read the rest of this entry »

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‘News directly from the CIA’: Ex-director Brennan hired by NBC — RT US News

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 7, 2018

NBC knows the sheeple want to believe this professional liar. Brennan will undoubtedly fit right in at NBC.

That Brennan previously lied to an NBC journalist about the CIA’s attempts to thwart a Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into the agency’s use of torture was apparently no deterrent to his appointment.

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Spy Court Finds Surveillance Operating Outside The Law –

Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 23, 2018

Whether the Republicans on the Intelligence Committee will use the facts to bring the police state under control or wimp out on “national security” concerns, as Republicans tend to do, remains to be seen

What is your guess?

The NSA, CIA, and FBI are criminal organizations that should be abolished and their leaderships imprisoned. Here is proof from the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that security agencies have been operating outside the law: Read the rest of this entry »

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CIA False Flag Likely in Drone Attack on Russia’s Syrian Bases

Posted by Martin C. Fox on January 18, 2018

We are now at war with Russia.  Judging by this massively bungled operation the future does not look good.

…The weapons failed to execute their deadly mission. Of the 13 drones used, seven were shot down by Russian Pantsir S-1 air defenses and six were safely landed by Russian electronic jamming technology. Those captured intact UAVs will have provided forensic information about what agency authored the plot.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said coyly, “We know who did it”, without as of yet specifying the culprit… Read the rest of this entry »

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Presidential Candidates Successfully Conspired With Foreign Leaders – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on December 27, 2017

 Chiang Kai-shek played US during WW II. He pretended to fight Japanese while actually fight Mao’s forces. He annoyed everyone. Apparently he didn’t play well during Vietnam while president of Taiwan. 

Nixon wanted the CIA to take Chiang Kai-shek out. Hey, that is what they do when a country doesn’t do as it is told.

Check out the link below and The Stillwell Papers by Barbara Tuchman.

 Nixon also sought help from Chiang Kai-shek, the president of Taiwan. [He was considered somewhat of an enemy of the United States; the CIA considered assassinating him.] And he ordered Haldeman to have his vice-presidential candidate, Spiro T. Agnew, threaten the C.I.A. director, Richard Helms. Helms’s hopes of keeping his job under Nixon depended on his pliancy, Agnew was to say. “Tell him we want the truth — or he hasn’t got the job,” Nixon said…

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The Secret Life of the Ghost – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on December 27, 2017

I read a bio on Angleton in the 80s that described his molehunt. He was convinced the mole had the middle initial K. No CIA  employee with a middle initial K escaped his maniacal investigation. Either there never was a mole or the mole duped the entire organization.

This is what career CIA leadership is like. Do you see why we are in this mess? People like this and their deep state cohorts run the country.

 Whether he’s opening mail of innocent people, harassing anti-war protesters, ruining careers of officers as he searched in vain for a Russian “mole,” rescuing Nazis and fascists after WWII thinking they could spy for us (they didn’t) or deliberately concealing from the Warren Commission the CIA’s active monitoring of Oswald and attempts to assassinate Castro, Angleton leaves a 40-year trail of powerful paranoia.

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Is #TheResistance a CIA Front? Original

Posted by Martin C. Fox on November 28, 2017

Operation Mockingbird lives.

There’s another tradition, however, one that gets far less examination, and that is the history of “leftist” individuals and organizations that became tools of the CIA, and instruments of the War Party. Here’s an article on civil rights leader Bayard Rustin’s collaboration with Langley, which the author finds baffling. He doesn’t understand how someone with leftist views – and who worked with Martin Luther King – could become a government stooge and tool. That’s because he doesn’t know the history: Rustin was a member of the Independent Socialist League and a follower of Max Shachtman, a dissident Trotskyist who came to support the Vietnam war. Shachtman mentored many a neocon.

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How to Understand JFK Conspiracy Theories – The Future of Freedom Foundation

Posted by Martin C. Fox on November 15, 2017

Kennedy was reaching out to them in a spirit of peace and friendship at the time he was killed.

That my friends, along with Kennedy’s stated desire to ‘break the CIA into a thousand pieces’, is why the CIA and 60’s deep state took him out of the picture.

First, no motive. Neither the Russians nor the Cubans had any motive to kill Kennedy. In fact, their desire was the exact opposite. They wanted Kennedy to live out his term and even be reelected. The last thing they wanted was for Kennedy to die in office and be replaced by Lyndon Johnson or be defeated in the 1964 election by Republican Barry Goldwater. Read the rest of this entry »

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Changing the ‘War No More’ Sentiment of Armistice Day – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on November 13, 2017

Department of War was name-changed to the Department of Defense. Unfortunately the mission remains the same.

For decades after the end of World War I, November 11 was intended to be a day of mourning and repentance for the satanic carnage that the up to 14 million dead combatants plus the hundreds of millions of wounded combatants and secondarily traumatized civilians had suffered.

The senselessness and stupidity of that war should have resulted in the courts-martial of every gung-ho officer and the demeaning of every war-mongering politician the de-certifying of every war-profiteering corporation that thought the war was worth engaging in. But it did not. The war-mongers and war-profiteers just went into hibernation. Read the rest of this entry »

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