French intelligence agency summons eight journalists for questioning

5.24.19  All have been working on sensitive stories such as French arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the apparent cover-up of alleged offences by former top presidential security aide Alexandre Benalla. All are due to be questioned in the next few days or have already been questioned.

“We fear that the authorities are using these summonses in an attempt to intimidate the journalists and their news organizations and to identify their sources so as to punish them or deter them,” RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said.

United States of Paranoia: Surveillance of Suspects or Gang Stalking Targeted Individuals

7.26.2018  Directed conversations apparently are when police supervisors write out scripts for undercover officers (or informants) to recite in front of suspects. “Gas lighting” is when undercover officers (or informants) break into a suspect’s home and move things around or do intentional damage to utilities, appliances or clothes, for example.

“Mobbing” is often at work when several co-workers have agreed to become police informants (snitches) and they mob, surround and simultaneously bully a co-worker creating a hostile work environment. Some TI websites and groups mention mobbing in other contexts like stores or in public, suspects get enveloped by a swarm of irritating and menacing undercover officers (or informants).

Lawyers for Navy SEAL accused of war crimes say military prosecutors spied on their emails

5.13.19  Emails containing the suspicious software were sent to 13 lawyers and paralegals on the defense team and a journalist at Navy Times…The emails, which were sent by the prosecution, contained an external embedded image…Czaplak eventually admitted to sending something before a military judge, without providing more details. Parlatore said the judge said everyone should focus on the trial and moved on.

The defense called this a serious offense, arguing that "this is a violation of any number of constitutional rights.”  

Venezuela’s Guaido: Intelligence Agents Haul Away Deputy 

5.8.19  Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said Wednesday that intelligence agents had detained his deputy, the first arrest of a lawmaker since Guaido tried to spark a military uprising last week to bring down President Nicolas Maduro’s government.

Spy agencies MI5 and MI6 are hunting for new recruits

5.7.19  The spy agencies are looking to fill a number of vacancies - from an intelligence officer to a foreign language expert.

MI5's motto is 'Keeping Our Country Safe' and it specialises in countering any domestic threats.

How Chinese Spies Got the N.S.A.’s Hacking Tools, and Used Them for Attacks

5.6.19  Chinese intelligence agents acquired National Security Agency hacking tools and repurposed them in 2016 to attack American allies and private companies in Europe and Asia, a leading cybersecurity firm has discovered. The episode is the latest evidence that the United States has lost control of key parts of its cybersecurity arsenal.

FBI Director: China Is Our Most Severe Intelligence Threat

4.27.19  They’re strategic in their approach. They actually have a formal plan set out in five-year increments to achieve dominance in critical areas. And to get there they’re using an expanding set of nontraditional methods, both lawful and unlawful, so weaving together things like foreign investment and corporate acquisitions, together with cyber intrusions and supply chain threats. The Chinese government is taking the long view. That’s probably an understatement. They’ve made the long view an art form. They’re calculating. They’re focused. They’re patient and persistent.

Marco Rubio: FBI kept successful hacking secret from Florida elections officials

4.27.19  The confirmation by Rubio, a Republican member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, elevates concerns about the security of elections in a state of 13 million voters.

Shares of Cyber Intelligence Firm KeyW Soar on Acquisition News

4.22.19  In a press statement, Jacobs said its acquisition of KeyW will further augment is already sizable government contracting operation, which accounts for a about a quarter of revenue.

This is particularly the case in Jacobs work with government intelligence agencies, with more than 75% of KeyW's employees holding high-level security clearances, the Dallas-based engineering giant said. 

Sudan's intelligence chief quits; protesters keep up pressure

4.14.19  Sudan's security and intelligence chief quit yesterday, state media reported, a day after the defence minister stepped down abruptly as interim leader following the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir and protesters kept up demands for change.

The Marines Look to Elevate Signals Intelligence and Electronic Warfare 

4.12.19  The Marines are in the process of updating their ISR Plan for the 2025-2030 timeframe, Jordan noted, and the service is putting more emphasis on tactical SIGINT as part of that plan. “[We are updating the plan] to reflect the advent of the Deputy Commandant for Information, the DCI, and the sweeping changes that have been made to the National Security Strategy, National Defense Strategy and some of our other guiding documents.”

Former Venezuelan general with 'treasure trove' of intelligence arrested for drug trafficking

4.12.19  Spanish police on Friday arrested Hugo Carvajal, a former head of Venezuelan military intelligence, who Washington believes has a “treasure trove” of details he is willing to share about Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

Developments in technology and its influences on national security and intelligence

4.12.19  EVANS:I think this is a problem for us who are trying to prepare the next generation, because we can't prepare them in traditional ways. There are several of the deans of public policy schools that have gotten togetherand said the political landscape is different, the relationship between the public and private is different, information has exploded—so how do you train students to understand what's good information and what isn't good information?

The CIA Takeover of America in the 1960s is the Story of Our Times

4.9.2019  Sirhan did not kill Robert Kennedy, yet he remains in jail to this very day.  Robert Kennedy, Jr., who was 14 years old at the time of his father’s death, has visited Sirhan in prison, claims he is innocent, and believes there was another gunman.  Paul Schrade, an aide to the senator and the first person shot that night, also says Sirhan didn’t do it. Both have plenty of evidence.  And they are not alone.

Global Neuroethics Conference 

May 25 2019 Banff, Alberta, Canada

Our goal is to host a Global Neuroethics Conference that will educate the general populous on the current exponential growth regarding the fields of neuroscience and neurotechnology; while simultaneously elaborating on the need for new neuro-specific human rights. 

China's Social Credit System – It's Coming To The United States Soon

3.31.19  In effect, the SCS is designed to completely eliminate mobility – social, class, or travel – for those who do not agree with the government’s definition of a model citizen.

Transhumanism: The Big Fraud – Towards Digital Slavery

3.25.19  This is the shortened form of a longer article published by Dr. David Salinas Flores, MD, Professor of Medicine at the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru in the International Physical Medicine Rehabilitation Journal.

The Kill Zones USA 

On February 8, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 (TCA) was signed by Bill Clinton, U.S. president of the day. The passage of this tainted, industry-directed federal law was a blitzkrieg. It launched an occupying army of radiation peddlers authorized to impose-- for profit and for slave labor (screen slaves)-- their violent and genocidal will upon the entire population of the United States. This infamous law allows ruthless corporations and their collaborators to place cell towers on rooftops, in backyards, near school grounds and within public right-of-ways without adequate regulatory oversight and without proper health and environmental inquiry.

Retired Police Chief Daymond Jones on Policing in America Today

3.12.19   2.18.45   Chief Daymond Jones, retired Police Chief from Alabama and Florida, discusses various aspects of policing across his 40-year career, the militarizing of police departments from Clinton's time, the ways in which police interact today with fusion centers, the amount of information police have about federal agencies, the selling of data from police databases to third-party entities, good cops versus bad cops,Peace Officers versus militarized police, etc. 

Made In USA: Chinese Schools Scanning Kid’s Brains For Attention

2.7.19  The devices were worn by 10,000 schoolchildren aged between 10 and 17 during a recent trial in China, according to New Scientist.

Elite Meet In DAVOS To Erase All Nationalists Worldwide

1.23.19   The globalists are constantly spewing anti-America rhetoric and making untrue claims that we are one of the most racists countries in the world and that nationalism is bad.

Their ‘rules for thee, but not for me’ lingo seems to be the operating mantra as 1,500 private planes converge to DAVOS so that they can discuss just how evil America is.

The hypocrisy of globalists is staggering!

Overview of the Targeted Individual Program

The CIA provides the funding under the Black Budget and directs the U.S. Shadow Government/Deep State agencies.  The HSIC was created in 2005 to serve as the DHS' decision-making and implementation oversight board.  These are the primary groups involved:  CIA Operations, Air Force Space Command 50th Wing, DHS Intelligence & Analysis, Office of the DNI, Dept of Justice National Security Division, FBI National Security Branch.

A Call To Reinvestigate American Assassinations

1.21.19  On the occasion of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a group of over 60 prominent American citizens is calling upon Congress to reopen the investigations into the assassinations of President John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., and Senator Robert F. Kennedy.

Signers of the joint statement include Isaac Newton Farris Jr., nephew of Reverend King and past president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Reverend James M. Lawson Jr., a close collaborator of Reverend King; and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, children of the late senator. The declaration is also signed by numerous historians, journalists, lawyers and other experts on the four major assassinations. 

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