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Libya War is CIA Operation 30 Years in the Making

Posted on Aug 29, 2011 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Kevin Hayden –

Source: Tony Cartalucci Truth Contributor

Alternative media activist David Icke, who has been warning about the false nature of the “Arab Spring” since it began over six months ago, has pointed out an astounding “flashback” regarding an August 3, 1981 Newsweek article titled, “A Plan to Overthrow Kaddafi.”

‘The details of the plan were sketchy, but it seemed to be a classic CIA destabilization campaign. One element was a “disinformation” program designed to embarrass Kaddafi and his government. Another was the creation of a “counter government” to challenge his claim to national leadership. A third — potentially the most risky — was an escalating paramilitary campaign, probably by disaffected Libyan nationals, to blow up bridges, conduct small-scale guerrilla operations and demonstrate that Kaddafi was opposed by an indigenous political force.”

Quite obviously this plan has been executed verbatim with the necessary addition of a NATO intervention to rescue the above stated “paramilitary” campaign from Libyan security forces – a contigency plan explicitly spelled out in another Wall Street-London subsidized, signed confession, Brookings Institution’s “Which Path to Persia?”

Using Military Force to Assist Popular Revolutions, page 109-110 (page 122-123 of the PDF): “Consequently, if the United States ever succeeds in sparking a revolt against the clerical regime, Washington may have to consider whether to provide it with some form of military support to prevent Tehran from crushing it.” “This requirement means that a popular revolution in Iran does not seem to fit the model of the “velvet revolutions” that occurred elsewhere....

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Senate Committee Keeps Domestic Surveillance Portion of PATRIOT ACT Secret, Denies Access to Concerned Fellow Senators

Posted on Aug 03, 2011 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Police, Military, & War – Kevin Hayden

Source: Wired

The secret Patriot Act is staying secret.
Two Senators have been warning for months that the government has a secret legal interpretation of the Patriot Act so broad that it amounts to an entirely different law — one that gives the feds massive domestic surveillance powers, and keeps the rest of us in the dark about the snooping.“There is a significant discrepancy between what most Americans – including many members of Congress – think the Patriot Act allows the government to do and how government officials interpret that same law,” wrote the Senators, Ron Wyden and Mark Udall.
“We believe that most members of the American public would be very surprised to learn how federal surveillance law is being interpreted in secret.” 
The Senators tried to get the government to reveal some of the law’s contents, by forcing the Director of National Intelligence and the Attorney General to produce a report outlining when this secret surveillance has gone overboard. Yesterday, the effort failed. The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence said no to the report by rejecting Wyden and Udall’s amendment to the FY2012 Intelligence Authorization Act.In other words: we are all still in the dark about how the government is spying on us.The Senators won’t say, exactly, what elements of this secret Patriot Act have them so spooked....

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General Council of US National Security Agency: Americans are Tracked via Mobile Phones

Posted on Jul 27, 2011 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues – Kevin Hayden

Source: Wall Street Journal via Cryptogon

Cryptogon Editor: I’ve been waiting for them to make this one official for a long time.

See also: Synthetic Environments for Analysis and Simulation

The Last Roundup: MAIN CORE

Is the government using cellular data to track Americans as they move around the U.S.?

According to the general counsel of the National Security Agency, it may have that authority. Matthew Olsen, who is currently at the NSA and has been nominated to lead the National Counterterrorism Center, discussed the possibility at a confirmation hearing Tuesday morning in the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

“There are certain circumstances where that authority may exist,” he said. His comments came after Sen. Ron Wyden (D., Ore.) asked him several times whether the government has the authority to “use cell site data to track the location of Americans inside the country.”

Although Olsen acknowledged the possibility, he also said “it is a very complicated question” and that the intelligence community is working on a memo that will provide a better answer for the committee....

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CIA Mind Control Techniques: MK-Ultra Experiments, 1979 Documentary

Posted on Jul 17, 2011 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts – Kevin Hayden

Source: Vigilant Citizen + Facebook + YouTube

This 1979 documentary contains rare footage, information and interviews on CIA’s MK-Ultra program. It provides an in-depth and chilling look at the shady world of mind control studies and experiments. One can only imagine the extent of the evolution of mind control techniques between 1979 and 2011.


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Iran, EMP and the First Dollar War

Posted on Jul 08, 2011 in Featured Articles, Federal Reserve & Bankers, Police, Military, & War – Kevin Hayden

Source: Ron Holland – Truth Contributor

A short story showing how powerful elite interests and central bankers could manipulate American foreign policy using a black flag event in order to guarantee the American dollar remains the world’s reserve currency. This is of course just a work of fiction and hypothetical case study and the characters have no relation to actual people, government officials or events.

“Generals always prepare to fight the last war.” ~ a proverb

Part One – The following is a short case study about a potential war and financial crisis starting in the Middle East.

The White House Situation Room

The preparation for operation “Protect Arab Spring & Democracy”

The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) called the meeting to order. “Mr. President, Vice President, selected members of the Cabinet, the Joint Chiefs and Senate and House Committee chairmen, it is a pleasure to be here today along with the Treasury Secretary and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve.”

“Due to the sensitive nature of this information, everyone here is to treat the information we present today as top-secret in nature and any leaks will be dealt with by the harshest measures available including enhanced interrogation and even imprisonment in secure facilities ranging from Diego Garcia to Guantanamo....

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FBI Conveniently “Can’t Find” Oklahoma City Bombing Videos After FOIA Request

Posted on Jul 08, 2011 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues – Kevin Hayden

Source: AP

The FBI has not found videotapes from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that are being sought by a Utah lawyer and do not believe another records search is reasonable or will uncover the information, the agency has told a federal judge.

FBI officials are “unaware of the existence or likely location of additional tapes”that would fulfill the Freedom of Information Act request filed by Salt Lake City attorney Jesse Trentadue, agency attorneys said in court papers filed last week.

Hayden’s Note:

Dirty, dirty liars.  Why is it that the film always goes “missing” when some extraordinary event occurs that changes mankind – and is filmed from dozens of angles by multiple cameras?  The arrest of Timothy McVeigh?  They would have kept it.  The explosion that rocked the Heartland?  The film would have been preserved.  Carefully.  At one time, this was the single largest, most deadly attack on American citizens in history.  And …they… can’t find the several dozen films of it?  Oh.  Okay.  I’ll just go back to grazing with the rest of the herd. ...

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Heroin, the CIA in Afghanistan, 9/11 and the Mujahadeen

Posted on Mar 10, 2011 in Featured Articles, Police, Military, & War – Kevin Hayden

Afghan President Hamid Karzai has always been on the outside edge of politics.  His claim to fame was becoming a hero during the Mujahedeen resistance to the Soviets in the 1990′s.  His nefarious brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai, is of particular interest for his role in the booming heroin trade and the subsequent troop surge in Marja (Helmand Province).  Ahmad Wali is most likely the top drug lord of Afghanistan, if not the entire region and rules the trade routes with an iron fist under the guise of being a businessman.

Ahmad Wali Karzai served time in US Federal prison for trafficking heroin but returned to Afghanistan and created a very large and very feared “security company” that essentially controls trade in and around the Helmand Province, specifically “Highway 1″ (a strategic route).  The Helmand Province is considered to be the world’s most fertile region for growing poppies (opium/heroin). 

He and his minions charge convoys in order to pass through the region unharmed and many US Military commanders have even admitted to this yet continue to play along in order to avoid bloodshed and issues. ...

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Former FBI Informant with 9/11 Ties Runs Down El Paso Cop with Car

Posted on Mar 07, 2011 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: ABC

A former undercover FBI informant who once told ABC News he could’ve stopped the Sept. 11 attacks is in custody in El Paso, Texas, after he allegedly tried to run over a police officer.

On Thursday, El paso police attempted to pull over Elie Assaad for speeding, according to an officer’s complaint. Assaad allegedly refused to stop and instead led the police officer on a chase that ended up racing through University of Texas El Paso campus.

Eventually, Assaad did stop, but when the officer got out of his vehicle to approach Assaad’s car, Assaad rammed him before taking off again as the officer opened fire on the car, El Paso police spokesman Darrel Petry told ABC News.

The chase only ended when Assaad flipped his vehicle on a nearby street. He was apprehended shortly afterwards.

Assaad, 38, has been charged with assaulting the officer, but Petry said police do not know why Assaad fled in the first place. No illicit materials were reportedly found in the car. At some point during the chase, a woman got out of Assaad’s car and ran away on foot, Petry said....

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The CIA on Egypt’s Economy, Financial Deregulation and Protest

Posted on Jan 31, 2011 in Economic News

Source: Zero HedgeNomi Prins

The CIA on Egypt’s Economy, Financial Deregulation and Protest

The ongoing demonstrations in Egypt are as much, if not more, about the mass deterioration of economic conditions and the harsh result of years of financial deregulation, than the political ideology that some of the media seems more focused on. Plus, as Mark Engler cross-posted on Alternet and Dissent yesterday, the notion that the protests in Cairo are ‘spontaneous uprisings’ misses the mark. As he eloquently wrote, “there are extraordinary moments when public demonstrations take on a mass character and people who would otherwise not have dreamed of taking part in an uprising rush onto the streets. But these protests are typically built upon years of organizing and preparation on the part of social movements.”

Hayden’s Note:

Let’s not forget that the United States certainly wouldn’t mind if Mubarak is toppled by his own people.  Egypt, with the largest Arab population in the world, has been a bit rough around it’s edges in regards to the Israel/American plan to invade Iran.  With a new puppet installed… err, President… that is a bit more receptive to Western interests, I’m positive that the US has already played their part in this “uprising.”  Also, Egypt receives more aid from the United States than any other country in the world with the exception of Israel.


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FBI Launches Mass Raids of Antiwar Activists’ Homes

Posted on Sep 25, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Antiwar

The FBI is confirming that this morning they began a number of “raids” against the homes of antiwar activists, claiming that they are “seeking evidence relating to activities concerning the material support of terrorism.”

So far there do not appear to have been any arrests related to the raids nor, according to FBI spokesman Steve Warfield, are there any expected. He also insisted that there was “no imminent threat” related to the antiwar organization targeted. Some of the activists say they were ordered to appear before a grand jury, however.

Hayden’s Note:

I’m not taking a side on this issue – I don’t have enough information to form an intelligent opinion on why these raids and warrants were carried out, but it’s scary nonetheless.  How soon will these operations morph into raiding regular Patriots’ homes, members of the Campaign for Liberty or Ron Paul supporters?  This is a slippery slope…

The warrant against antiwar activist Mick Kelly’s home cited efforts to look into his ability to “pay for his own travel” to Palestine and Colombia and appeared to have been little more than a fishing expedition looking for possible links to “foreign terrorist organizations including but not limited to FARC, PFLP, and Hezbollah.” Kelly insists that the raids were about harassing antiwar organizers....

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Joint Special Operations University: Blogs and Military Information Strategy

Posted on Jul 21, 2010 in Featured Articles, Police, Military, & War

Source: U.S. Special Operations Command, hosted at Cryptome (PDF)

via (Great source for stock market information and intel analysis)

In this regard, information strategists can consider clandestinely recruiting or hiring prominent bloggers or other persons of prominence already within the target nation, group, or community to pass the U.S. message. In this way, the U.S. can overleap the entrenched inequalities and make use of preexisting intellectual and social capital. Sometimes numbers can be effective; hiring a block of bloggers to verbally attack a specific person or promote a specific message may be worth considering. On the other hand, such operations can have a blowback effect, as witnessed by the public reaction following revelations that the U.S. military had paid journalists to publish stories in the Iraqi press under their own names. People do not like to be deceived, and the price of being exposed is lost credibility and trust.

An alternative strategy is to “make” a blog and blogger. The process of boosting the blog to a position of influence could take some time, however, and depending on the person running the blog, may impose a significant educational burden, in terms of cultural and linguistic training before the blog could be put online to any useful effect....

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