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High-Ranking CIA Agent Blows Whistle On The Deep State And Shadow Government


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#1 morvis

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 08:48 AM

yea, yea, i know...  if it's not one of the left approved 3 letter news agencies, it's called 'fake news', but whatever, some may find the information interesting.

 

 

http://www.zerohedge...adow-government

 

(This is only about 1/2 the article.. .There are a couple vidyas on it so check it out for more.^^^^^^^^^)

 

Shipp had a series of slides explaining how the deep state and shadow government functions as well as the horrific crimes they are committing against U.S. citizens.

 

Some of the revelations the former CIA anti-terrorism counter intelligence officer revealed included that “Google Earth was set up through the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and InQtel.” Indeed he is correct, the CIA and NGA owned the company Google acquired, Keyhole Inc., paying an undisclosed sum for the company to turn its tech into what we now know as Google Earth. Another curious investor in Keyhole Inc. was none other than the venture capital firm In-Q-Tel run by the CIA according to a press release at the time.

Shipp also disclosed that the agency known as the Joint Special Ops Command (JSOC) is the “president’s secret army” which he can use for secret assassinations, overturning governments and things the American people don’t know about.

FBI warrantless searches violate the Fourth Amendment with national security letters, which Shipp noted enables them to walk into your employer’s office and demand all your financial records and if he or she says anything about them being there they can put your supervisor in jail or drop a case against themselves using the “State’s Secret Privilege law.”

“The top of the shadow government is the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency,” Shipp said.

Shipp expressed that the CIA was created through the Council on Foreign relations with no congressional approval, and historically the CFR is also tied into the mainstream media (MSM.) He elaborated that the CIA was the “central node” of the shadow government and controlled all of other 16 intelligence agencies despite the existence of the DNI. The agency also controls defense and intelligence contractors, can manipulate the president and political decisions, has the power to start wars, torture, initiate coups, and commit false flag attacks he said.

As Shipp stated, the CIA was created through executive order by then President Harry Truman by the signing of the National Security Act of 1947.



#2 August West

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 11:14 AM

Is this the beginning of whistleblowers coming forward to end the shadow government and deep state?

 

 

Mwahahahahahahahaha!



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Posted 17 September 2017 - 05:59 AM

 

yea, yea, i know...  if it's not one of the left approved 3 letter news agencies, it's called 'fake news', but whatever, some may find the information interesting.

 

Actually, there may be only a few of us on Topia who are willing to even look at MSM sources.  You're in good company here if you refuse to get any information from them.

 

National Security Letters (NSLs) were struck down as unconstitutional by the federal district court for the northern district of California.  They were modified by the USA FREEDOM Act (gag) a few years ago, and then just this summer their constitutionality was upheld by the court of appeals for the ninth circuit.  https://www.eff.org/...urity-letters. Whether the courts find them constitutional or not, they are fucking scary. 

 

There are occasionally ways to get around them, though, like the warrant canary.  Until they make those illegal.

 

You might remember the USA FREEDOM Act as the one that supposedly got rid of NSA's metadata collection program.  Really, though, it just added some extra red tape and one senior NSA official described it as a "nothingburger." 


Edited by Sidestreet, 17 September 2017 - 06:26 AM.

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#4 August West

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 09:41 AM

...supposedly got rid of NSA's metadata collection program...

I've always appreciated the power to shift the real point of a conversation. People still repeating the metadata mantra. As if the NSA isn't collecting every single piece of information out there. It was never just about metaadata, no matter how many times they tell you that.


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#5 Alder Logs

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 04:01 PM

Maybe they just got up everyone's asses so far that they can no longer tell they're up there.



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Posted 17 September 2017 - 04:10 PM

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#7 fungi2bwith

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 07:19 PM

I've seen this article posted in 3 places that I frequent, so there must be something to it....



#8 August West

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Posted 17 September 2017 - 11:52 PM

There is something to it. The something appears to be that, if you put the phrases, "deep state" or "shadow government" in an article, you can sound knowledgeable and edgy - even if the "revelations" have been know for (up to) years if you pay attention to this sort of thing.

 

Seriously, the text that the op copied to the first post in this thread is like the "high-ranking CIA agent", whatever that is,  googled the phrase, "top stories already well-established about CIA fuckery" and just posted the first ten things that came up. It's not fake news, it's old news.

 

Next thing you know, there's going to be a post about how Tom Cruise stars in this edgy new movie about a "CIA agent who goes rogue" and gets involved in cocaine trafficking. 


Edited by August West, 17 September 2017 - 11:54 PM.

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#9 Sidestreet

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Posted 18 September 2017 - 05:56 AM

 

As if the NSA isn't collecting every single piece of information out there. It was never just about metadata, no matter how many times they tell you that.

 

Oh for sure.  But people actually started paying attention when the metadata program was revealed, so something had to be done to make it look like the issue was taken care of and we had our privacy back.  Enter USA FREEDOM Act. 

 

I wrote a paper on it; it didn't do a whole lot.  The NSA still has access to that information.  But now, supposedly, the phone companies retain it:

 

 

 

 

Civil libertarians and privacy advocates were applauding yesterday after the House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed legislation to stop the National Security Agency from collecting Americans’ phone records. But they’d best not break out the bubbly.

 

The really big winner here is the NSA. Over at its headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland, intelligence officials are high-fiving, because they know things could have turned out much worse.

“What no one wants to say out loud is that this is a big win for the NSA, and a huge nothing burger for the privacy community,” said a former senior intelligence official, one of half a dozen who have spoken to The Daily Beast about the phone records program and efforts to change it.

 

Here’s the dirty little secret that many spooks are loath to utter publicly, but have been admitting in private for the past two years: The program, which was exposed in documents leaked by Edward Snowden in 2013, is more trouble than it’s worth.

 

“It’s very expensive and very cumbersome,” the former official said. It requires the agency to maintain huge databases of all Americans’ landline phone calls. But it doesn’t contribute many leads on terrorists. It has helped prevent few—if any—attacks. And it’s nowhere near the biggest contributor of information about terrorism that ends up on the desk of the president and other senior decision makers.

 

If, after the most significant public debate about balancing surveillance and liberty in a generation, this is the program that the NSA has to give up, they’re getting off easy.

 
The bill that the House passed yesterday, called the USA Freedom Act, doesn’t actually suspend the phone records program. Rather, it requires that phone companies, not the NSA, hold on to the records.

http://www.thedailyb...ed-to-cuff-them

 

 

 

 

 

Seriously, the text that the op copied to the first post in this thread is like the "high-ranking CIA agent", whatever that is,  googled the phrase, "top stories already well-established about CIA fuckery" and just posted the first ten things that came up. It's not fake news, it's old news.

 

 

Still, the fact that it's seeing some play is good news.


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Posted 20 September 2017 - 02:29 AM

I'll never forget the interview of Aaron Russo where he explains that during his friendship with Nathan Rockefeller... well, I'll just let you see it yourself. (8 minutes)

 

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If you can't see the video, Nathan Rockefeller confessed that the Rockefeller family funded women's liberation movement so that they could get women into the workforce so that they would pay more taxes to the government, and it would take the remaining parent away from children so that the child would grow up seeking leadership and guidance from the state instead of their parents.

 

Later in the same interview Nathan told Aaron that if he would come on board, he'd get a special government ID card classified as "KMA."  Essentially, he could be pulled over by a cop, accused of any crime, and because of who he is classified by his ID, he can basically tell any authority to "kiss my ass" as he would be treated the same as someone with diplomatic immunity.  All they wanted him to do was change the direction of his filmmaking from critical of government institutions to anything else.  Aaron went on to making a 2nd documentary critical of the government, and died of cancer soon thereafter.

 

The promotion of women's movements was just one page in the book of ruthless, cold, diabolical evil, and sold to the public on a ticket few understood well enough to refuse.

 

Now look at the results.  There was once a day when a father earned enough on his own to support a family.  Now it takes both.  There was once a day when children grew up well-rounded,  emotionally stable and secure.  Now everybody needs safe spaces and cry rooms and spends half of their day offended and the other half writing about it on facebook.

 

...But at least the government is as well-funded as ever.


Edited by darci, 20 September 2017 - 02:35 AM.

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Posted 08 October 2017 - 10:11 PM

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Posted 14 December 2017 - 08:54 PM

This video gets nicely into the nuts and bolts of it (and a bit of the fallout therefrom):

NSA Whistleblower Tells How NSA Tracks You! w/Bill Binney 

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Posted 15 December 2017 - 12:14 AM

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Posted 16 December 2017 - 11:06 AM

This I am putting here because it is a natural follow-up:

 

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Posted 16 December 2017 - 03:59 PM

Rest easy.

Nothing to fear.

 

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Posted 10 May 2018 - 09:14 PM

Today it was CIA veteran and whistle blower, Ray McGovern's turn:

 

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Posted 10 May 2018 - 09:39 PM

It is not nice to protest an agent who can list "Torture" on her resume,

 

P.S. And apparently it does not win you friends in law enforcement.


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#18 SteampunkScientist

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Posted 10 May 2018 - 10:08 PM

Comming to our neighborhoods...if it's not already.

This shit needs to stop. I couldn't finish watching that it made me sick...and angry.

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Posted 14 May 2018 - 10:51 AM

Crazy ass shit. So many hidden agendas.

 

Regarding the "fake news", it seems there is likely two desirable outcomes the government is aiming for. 

1. One aim is to get the people to believe the lies. 

2. Another aim is to create so much doubt in the media that no one believes anything they see or read.

Either way they have the upper hand and can do whatever they want if either of the two scenarios above come to fruition.

 

Zuckerburg is in on it.

 

I will never have a social media account again.


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Posted 14 May 2018 - 11:02 AM

It's fucking 1984 boys and girls!


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