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Masterminds, Mosques and Mass Insanity

Posted on Aug 20, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Global Research

Exemplified by the furor over the so-called “Ground Zero mosque” in New York, and rumors of a new Al-Qaeda “mastermind”, 9/11 “war on terrorism” propaganda has been ramped up to deafening levels by various political factions.

Nearly a decade since Bush/Cheney’s 9/11 false flag deception, a fearful, self-destructive American mass public remains fully brainwashed by “war on terrorism”  deception— ignorant of history, and militantly oblivious to facts.

“Ground Zero mosque”: the art of missing the point

The ludicrous uproar over plans to build a Muslim community center in New York, the so-called “Ground Zero mosque” has dominated mainstream corporate news headlines. Political players from all sides, including President Barack Obama have joined the fray, attempting to prove themselves the superior “anti-terrorist”, or the better “commemorator of 9/11, when 3,000 people were killed by Muslim terrorists”. The right-wing is going berserk, gleefully.

Heated arguments have exploded around religion, tolerance, democracy, etc.—everything except the only fact that matters: 9/11 was a false flag operation, courtesy of the Bush-Cheney administration, carried out by an elite consensus, in order to justify the “war on terrorism”, and everything that came with it....

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Poll: ‘No’ to US Wars at All Time High

Posted on Aug 19, 2010 in Police, Military, & War

Source: Press TV

A new opinion poll says the number of Americans opposed to the US wars in Afghanistan and Iraq is at an all time high.

The CNN opinion poll found that 62 percent of the American people now think that the war in Afghanistan neither can be won, nor should it be fought at all, the Press TV correspondent in Washington reported on Thursday.

The poll also found that 69 percent of the Americans are now opposed to the US war in Iraq and favored the US President Barack Obama’s plan to withdraw 50,000 US troops from the country.

The poll, on the other hand, shows 30 percent of Americans support the wars.

About 50-thousand American soldiers will remain in the war-torn Iraq until the end of 2011 to help train Iraqi forces. The nearly seven and a half year war has claimed the lives of nearly 4500 American troops and cost more than $900 billion.

It is estimated that the US war in Afghanistan will cost nearly $105 billion in the 2010 fiscal year. The figure is expected to rise in 2011, as costs per service member in Afghanistan are almost twice as expensive as they are in Iraq.


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Operation Northwoods: American Terrorism

Posted on Aug 12, 2010 in Featured Articles, Police, Military, & War

Source: Listed

Operation Northwoods: American Terrorism

Journalist James Bamford summarized Operation Northwoods in his April 24, 2001 book Body of Secrets:

Operation Northwoods, which had the written approval of the Chairman and every member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, called for innocent people to be shot on American streets; for boats carrying refugees fleeing Cuba to be sunk on the high seas; for a wave of violent terrorism to be launched in Washington, D.C., Miami, and elsewhere. People would be framed for bombings they did not commit; planes would be hijacked. Using phony evidence, all of it would be blamed on Castro, thus giving Lemnitzer and his cabal the excuse, as well as the public and international backing, they needed to launch their war.[18]

[Sound familiar?]

Operation Northwoods, or Northwoods, was a false-flag plan that originated within the United States government in 1962. The plan called for Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or other operatives to commit genuine acts of terrorism in U.S. cities and elsewhere. These acts of terrorism were to be blamed on Cuba in order to create public support for a war against that nation, which had recently become communist under Fidel Castro....

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US Terrorism Against Iran: Understanding the CIA Propaganda

Posted on Aug 11, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Kurt Nimmo

Iran’s Mass Graves: Gen. Hayden Spins “Adult” Propaganda

Former Spook Central boss, Gen. Micheal Hayden, told Fox News yesterday Iran’s latest propaganda effort is offensive.

Gen. Hossein Moghadam, a top Republican Guard official, told the Associated Press Iran has dug mass graves for the bodies of U.S. soldiers in the event Israel and the United States attack. Moghadam said the Republican Guard dug mass graves in the 1980s for Iraqi soldiers when Iran was at war with Iraq under Saddam Hussein, an effort supported by the United States, Israel, and the banksters. The western-instigated war ultimately cost Iran and Iraq around a million dead.

Considering the CIA’s successful efforts to destabilize Iran, Hayden’s comments are grotesquely ironic.

In 1953, the CIA launched Operation Ajax, a coup designed to overthrow Iran’s democratically elected president, Muhammad Mosaddeq. The CIA promptly installed the monarch Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. The Shah’s secret police, SAVAK, were trained by the CIA and Israel’s Mossad and were as brutal and terrifying as the Nazi Gestapo in World War II. The CIA provided the Shah and his sadistic secret police with lists of communists and other political dissidents to be tortured and assassinated....

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Google and CIA Invest in Recorded Future – Web Bot Project

Posted on Jul 29, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Wired

Google & CIA Invest in Real Time Internet Monitoring Software Firm that Predicts the Future

The investment arms of the CIA and Google are both backing a company that monitors the web in real time — and says it uses that information to predict the future.

Hayden’s Note:

Can we say pre-crime web bots? This is essentially a government version of the web bot project for intelligence purposes, including mapping the vast social networking sites for real time dossiers, known associates, places, etc. This will only aid the creation of an ever-larger surveillance and control grid.


The company is called Recorded Future, and it scours tens of thousands of websites, blogs and Twitter accounts to find the relationships between people, organizations, actions and incidents — both present and still-to-come. In a white paper, the company says its temporal analytics engine “goes beyond search” by “looking at the ‘invisible links’ between documents that talk about the same, or related, entities and events.”

The idea is to figure out for each incident who was involved, where it happened and when it might go down....

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House Expected to Act Next Week on Kucinich, Paul Privileged Resolution to Remove U.S. Forces in Pakistan

Posted on Jul 24, 2010 in Political Issues


The House of Representatives is expected to act next week on a privileged resolution introduced last night by Congressmen Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) and Ron Paul (R-TX).  The resolution directs the President, pursuant to section 5(c) of the War Powers Resolution, to remove the United States Armed Forces from Pakistan.

We have known that U.S. forces have been operating in secret inside the territories of Pakistan without Congressional approval. We recently learned from an article in the Wall Street Journal titled, ‘U.S. Forces Step Up Pakistan Presence’ that the United States is engaged in a covert strategy to increase our troops’ role there incrementally, with the goal of convincing Pakistan to be more accepting of our presence. This is a violation of the 1973 War Powers Resolution and it is our Constitutional responsibility as Members of Congress to act,” said Kucinich.

The US military has significantly increased its activity in Pakistan – both in troop presence and Predator attacks – at a time when there are, according to the CIA, very few al-Qaeda members in that country. This increasing US military activity in Pakistan has little to do with protecting the United States and in fact is creating more enemies than it is defeating....

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Terawatt Research, Free Energy & the CIA

Posted on Jul 15, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Cryptogon

How many “free energy” companies have a former Director of the CIA and FBI on their payrolls? By my math, there’s just one: Terawatt Research, LLC.

Hayden’s Note:

Here is a graph showing certified results from UL and TUV Rheinland. I noticed that at the ~9.8Hz and ~19Hz ranges, the energy peaks most. These are nearly exponential ranges.  I wonder what energy ouput looks like at ~40 Hz…?

This article explores the backgrounds of the leading personnel at TeraWatt Research, LLC.  These men all have operational intelligence and Special Forces backgrounds at very high levels, including Director of the FBI and then the CIA.  Ever heard of the “black budget?”  Why do you think that the Pentagon needs $800 billion dollars as a yearly budget?  How much of that is siphoned off into black projects or “off the books” operations?  Does human greed not play a factor in this, as well?  Imagine the greed of KBR, Halliburton and Booze, Allen & Hamilton.  Now imagine a free energy machine in their hands, under their friend’s personal patent.  Dick Cheney, CEO of Halliburton, has extremely…extremely close ties to the Pentagon and has for decades as he rose up the ranks under George Bush Sr., the former Director of the CIA....

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FBI’s Spy Inquiry Hits Dead End in Cyprus

Posted on Jul 07, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: The

THE furore sparked by the escape from Cyprus of a man said to be one of Russia’s most capable spies has intensified with authorities rejecting a request to hand over his personal effects to the FBI.

A laptop computer and several USB memory sticks confiscated from Christopher Metsos, a Canadian citizen believed to be the paymaster of an espionage ring in the US, should remain with local police, the Attorney-General decreed.

”They will stay with us for the time being, and not be given to US authorities,” police spokesman Christos Savvides told The Age. ”The laptop is currently being investigated.”

Metsos, who escaped the island in mysterious circumstances less than 48 hours after his arrest last week, is alleged to have financed the spy network shuttling between Moscow and the US. US authorities had hoped the portable computer would provide clues to his cloak and dagger activities.

The ruling by Attorney-General Petros Clerides will add to the disappointment already expressed by the US State Department over a court’s surprising decision to release the suspect on bail. There have been thinly disguised accusations that Cyprus’s communist-backed government colluded with Russia’s secret service to allow the operative’s escape....

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10 Arrested as Russian Intelligence Operatives in US

Posted on Jun 28, 2010 in Global & National News

Source: CNN

Less than a week after Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited the United States, the Justice Department announced Monday that 10 people were arrested on charges of being Russian agents involved in a long-term mission in the country. Another suspect was still being sought.

Five of the arrested suspects appeared in a New York courtroom Monday. Four of the five, including a longtime U.S.-based columnist for the Spanish-language “El Diario” newspaper, were advised of their rights and ordered held due to flight risk, with their next hearing scheduled for July 1. The other defendant was denied bail, and her next hearing was scheduled for July 27.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Farbiarz said search warrants in the case were being executed “across the country.” He called the initial criminal complaint “the tip of the iceberg.”

“These people are trained together,” Farbiarz said of the defendants. “At the core of this is deception.”

Separate hearings for the other detained suspects were expected later Monday in other states.

A Russian Embassy spokesman said Monday that he was unaware of the reports of the arrests, and said he is seeking more information from Russian officials....

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CIA Gives Blackwater Firm $100 Million Security Contract for Afghan Bases

Posted on Jun 24, 2010 in Police, Military, & War

Source: Washington Post


The Central Intelligence Agency has hired Xe Services, the private security firm formerly known as Blackwater Worldwide, to guard its facilities in Afghanistan and elsewhere, according to an industry source.

The previously undisclosed CIA contract is worth about $100 million, said the industry source, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the deal, which is classified.

“It’s for protective services … guard services, in multiple regions,” said the source.

Two other security contractors, Triple Canopy and DynCorp International, put in losing bids for the CIA’s business, the source said.

The revelation comes only a day after members of a federal commission investigating war-zone contractors blasted the State Department for granting Blackwater with a new $120 million contract to guard U.S. consulates under construction in Afghanistan.

CIA spokesman Paul Gimigliano stopped short of confirming the contract, saying only that Xe personnel would not be involved in operations.

“While this agency does not, as a rule, comment on contractual relationships we may or may not have, we follow all applicable federal laws and regulations,” Gimigliano said.

The spokesman added, “We have a very careful process when it comes to procurement, and we take it seriously....

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Next WikiLeaks Release May Involve ECHELON-like Project

Posted on Jun 22, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Featured Articles

Source: ABC News

Hayden’s Note:

Wondering what the ECHELON project is all about?  Go here to find out more!

(Essentially, ECHELON is a code word for an automated global interception and relay system operated by the intelligence agencies the world over.)

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange has given his strongest indication yet about the next big leak from his whistleblower organisation.

There has been rampant speculation about WikiLeaks’ next revelation following its recent release of a top secret military video showing an attack in Baghdad which killed more than a dozen people, including two employees of the Reuters news agency.

Bradley Manning, a US military intelligence officer based in Iraq, has been arrested on suspicion of leaking the video but it is also claimed that Manning bragged online that he had handed WikiLeaks 260,000 secret US State Department cables.

In an interview with the ABC’s Foreign Correspondent, Mr Assange said cryptically of WikiLeaks’ current project:

“I can give an analogy. If there had been mass spying that had affected many, many people and organisations and the details of that mass spying were released then that is something that would reveal that the interests of many people had been abused.”

He agreed it would be of the “calibre” of publishing information about the way the top secret Echelon system – the US-UK electronic spying network which eavesdrops on worldwide communications traffic – had been used....

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U.S. Intelligence Analyst Arrested in Wikileaks Video Probe – Editorial Added

Posted on Jun 08, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations


Editorial from Kevin at

I have a bit of trouble believing what Wired is reporting here.

One just can’t go “rummaging through” compartmented files. Each person with access to a particular compartment would have to be individually cleared for that compartment.

Say the compartmented thing is a new spy plane that is designated with the codeword AAA. Bob works on one of the sensors that has the codeword AAA/BBB. Jim works on the avionics. That compartment is AAA/CCC. Bob, feeling bored one day, can’t just go have a look at the AAA/CCC avionics data. He wouldn’t have access. Jim, likewise, can’t access the AAA/BBB sensor compartment.

Also, I’ve heard stories from people with access to various classified, “air gapped” systems and they report that there’s no way to get data off of those systems because the floppy and optical drives are removed and USB is disabled or the ports have been filled in with epoxy to prevent the use of flash drives.

Obviously, there’s the way that things are supposed to work in theory, and then there’s what happens on the ground....

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Facebook Creator Called Trusting Users “Dumb F*cks”

Posted on May 14, 2010 in Social Networking

Source: The Register

Andrew Orlowski

Loveable Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg called his first few thousand users “dumb f*cks” for trusting him with their data, published IM transcripts show. Facebook hasn’t disputed the authenticity of the transcript.

Zuckerberg was chatting with an unnamed friend, apparently in early 2004. Business Insider, which has a series of quite juicy anecdotes about Facebook’s early days, takes the credit for this one.

The exchange apparently ran like this:

Zuck: Yeah so if you ever need info about anyone at Harvard

Zuck: Just ask.

Zuck: I have over 4,000 emails, pictures, addresses, SNS

[Redacted Friend’s Name]: What? How’d you manage that one?

Zuck: People just submitted it.

Zuck: I don’t know why.

Zuck: They “trust me”

Zuck: Dumb f*cks

The founder was then 19, and he may have been joking. But humour tells you a lot. Some might say that this exchange shows Zuckerberg was not particularly aware of the trust issue in all its depth and complexity.

Facebook is currently in the spotlight for its relentlessly increasing exposure of data its users assumed was private.


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Pentagon Releases MK-Ultra & MK-Naomi Documents

Posted on May 12, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Wired


More than 30 years after it was written, the Pentagon has released a memorandum detailing its involvement in the CIA’s infamous Cold War mind-control experiments.

The 17-page document (.pdf), “Experimentation Programs conducted by the Department of Defense That Had CIA Sponsorship or Participation and That Involved the Administration to Human Subjects of Drugs Intended for Mind-Control or Behavior-Modification Purposes,” was prepared in 1977 by the General Counsel of the Department of Defense and released on May 6 after a Freedom of Information Act request.

Most of the details have been revealed in earlier CIA papers. And if anything, the Pentagon’s recap is a reminder of how little the Department of Defense cops to knowing about the CIA projects.

Still, there are some tantalizing new details. Take the origins of MK-ULTRA, the notorious CIA program that dosed thousands of unwitting participants with hallucinogenic drugs.

Initially funded by the Navy, the project set out to study the effects of brain concussion. Soon after, scientists noted that a blow to the head prompted amnesia, leading to the pursuit of a drug-based technique to “induce brain concussion … without physical trauma.” Shortly thereafter, the project was transferred entirely to the CIA, because it involved “human experiments … not easily justifiable on medical-therapeutic grounds.”

Other programs, described briefly focused on mind control....

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Why Did CBS Scrub a Story About Army Spy Planes Capturing the Times Square Bomber?

Posted on May 06, 2010 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations

Source: Gawker

Yesterday, we reported on the curious disappearance of a WCBS report that military spy planes had been used to capture the Times Square bomber. Why was this story scrubbed? We have the answer. Sort of.

The original article, “Army Intelligence Planes Led to Suspect’s Arrest,” by Marcia Kramer, read:

In the end, it was secret Army intelligence planes that did him in. Armed with his cell phone number, they circled the skies over the New York area, intercepting a call to Emirates Airlines reservations, before scrambling to catch him at John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Then, a few minutes after we wrote about it, the article was rewritten with no mention of spy planes, and no indication it had been updated. Spooky! We asked WCBS what happened, and a spokesman responded:

The story that was broadcast by WCBS-TV did not include any mention of a military plane, although the station did have unconfirmed information about the use of a plane that we looked into but were unable to confirm. A line about the use of military aircraft was inadvertently included in the story that appeared on the station’s Web site but was removed....

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