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(Mar 05 2015) - Military Contractor Hiring 'Role Players' ...
CALIFORNIA -- GTS (Glacier Technology Solutions LLC) - We are military contractors working directly with the US Marine Corps assisting them with their immersive simulation training program. Currently, we are looking for role players of Ukrainian and / or Russian ethnicity and language skills. Need MEN ranging 18-65 years of age. This is temporary, part time, on-call work based on need and availability.

(Mar 03 2015) - HAARP, A Weapon Of Mass Destruction
ALASKA -- HAARP is the acronym many people recognize, it is an "ionosphere heater" facility in Alaska. Mainstream media and the military industrial complex tried to convince the public that HAARP was going to be completely dismantled by the summer of 2014, but did this happen? No, and now it seems HAARP has been funded through 2015, the lies never end when the government is involved. What many people don't know is that the Alaskan HAARP facility is only one of many major ground based ionosphere heaters around the world. This global network of incredibly powerful ionosphere heaters is wreaking havoc on the climate system and the biosphere as a whole.

(Mar 03 2015) - Obama Has Cut Intelligence Cooperation with Israel
ISRAEL -- Israeli report indicates a deep crisis as disagreement on Iran has stopped cooperation for IAEA reports on Iranian nuclear facilities. In response to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's opposition to the nuclear deal he warns threatens Israel's very existence, US President Barack Obama's administration has reportedly cut American intelligence cooperation with Israel.

(Mar 01 2015) - Obama Threatened to Shoot Down IAF Iran Strike
ISRAEL -- The Bethlehem-based news agency Maan has cited a Kuwaiti newspaper report Saturday, that US President Barack Obama thwarted an Israeli military attack against Iran's nuclear facilities in 2014 by threatening to shoot down Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran. Following Obama's threat, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was reportedly forced to abort the planned Iran attack.

(Feb 28 2015) - Pearl Harbor sub commander is relieved of duties
HAWAII -- The commanding officer of the Pearl Harbor-based Virginia-class fast attack submarine USS Mississippi was relieved of his duties Friday due to a loss of confidence in his ability to command, the Navy said. Cmdr. Tory Swanson was removed from his position by Capt. Harry Ganteaume, commander of Submarine Squadron 1. A command investigation into the circumstances leading to Swanson's relief is ongoing, the Navy said. Cmdr. Brook DeWalt, a spokesman for the U.S. Pacific Fleet submarine force, said he was limited in what he could say, but that the removal "was a matter of professional nature not a personal transgression or anything like that. It's issues revolving around operational decision-making."

(Feb 27 2015) - Samsung is still lying about the encryption on its Smart TVs
KOREA -- When news broke that Samsungs Smart TVs listened to conversations and sent them to a third-party server company, the Korean manufacturer countered by claiming that all data transmissions to and from its televisions were encrypted. When testing demonstrated that the data in question wasnt encrypted, Samsung modified its stance, claiming that new TVs were encrypted properly but older sets were not. This, too, has now been proven false.

(Feb 25 2015) - DARPA spending millions improving voice recognition ...
U.S.A. -- Between 2015 and 2017, the Pentagon will have the ability to decipher human voices in surveillance audio even if background noise makes the covertly recorded conversations inaudible. This may bring to mind the surveillance audio secretly recorded through our smartphones when they are in our pockets. On or off, we know now that our conversations are being recorded by a wide array of electronic devices, and our conversations we used to consider private are actually being stored in data collection facilities like the one in Utah aptly titled the Utah Data Center.

(Feb 24 2015) - Apple Patents Technology to Locate Switched-Off iPhones
MOSCOW -- Apple has patented technology that makes it possible to track the phone's location even after the gadget has been shutdown, according to patent documentation published on the US Patent and Trademark Office's site. The documentation describes the technology as "a wireless data processing device" periodically switching on and transmitting location data.

(Feb 23 2015) - Iraqi Army Downs 2 UK Planes Carrying Weapons for ISIL
TEHRAN -- Iraq's army has shot down two British planes as they were carrying weapons for the ISIL terrorists in Al-Anbar province, a senior lawmaker disclosed on Monday. "The Iraqi Parliament's National Security and Defense Committee has access to the photos of both planes that are British and have crashed while they were carrying weapons for the ISIL," Head of the committee Hakem al-Zameli said, according to a Monday report of the Arabic-language information center of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq. He said the Iraqi parliament has asked London for explanations in this regard.

(Feb 23 2015) - Slick Tricks from US Assassination Instruction Manual
U.S.A. -- The US definition of assassination in a 1953 instruction manual includes that assassination is the planned killing of a person who is not under the legal jurisdiction of the killer, whose death provides positive advantages to the organization that performs the killing. All conceivable methods for carrying out and hiding or publicizing assassinations, depending on the situation, have long been conceived by US militants. The following is a brief sample of tips and tricks advised by the US ...

(Feb 22 2015) - The Russian Bear Moves In Next Door
CUBA -- Guess whos meeting with our new BFF, Cuba ? Russia !!! Moscows Defense Minister Sergei Shoygu had an intimate and cozy meeting with defense and military leaders in Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua week before last. As they caught up with their fellow comrades on all the latest commie happenings Russia agreed to provide military training and increase military visits and exercises. The Russians are not just probing next door anymore, theyve moved in.

(Feb 20 2015) - Find Out if You've Been Spied on
U.K. -- Want to know if GCHQ spied on you? Now you can find out. Privacy International (PI) has just launched a website that lets anyone find out if their communications were intercepted by the NSA and then shared with GCHQ. The website is the result of a February 6 ruling by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT). Similar to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in the US, the IPT is a special court in the UK established by the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) that deals with issues of surveillance and human rights.

(Feb 20 2015) - How U.S & U.K Spies Hacked the Largest SIM-Card-Maker
WORLD -- Mass surveillance by Americas National Security Agency and Britains Government Communications Headquarters cast its net even wider than previously thought. The Intercept, a website that publishes stories based on documents provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, reports today that the two agencies hacked the networks of Gemalto, a Dutch company that is the worlds largest provider of SIM cards, and possibly other SIM makers too.

(Feb 20 2015) - Lenovo admits to putting tracking software on your PC
LOS ANGELES -- Lenovo Group, the largest computer manufacturer in the world, has made a rather stunning admission that they have been pre-installing tracking software on their PCs. The tracking software is made by a company called Superfish, which apparently paid some very minor compensation to Lenovo for putting the software on peoples computers. The Superfish program ... is a total disaster.

(Feb 19 2015) - Spies Can Track You Just by Watching Your Phones Power Use
WORLD -- Smartphone users might balk at letting a random app like Candy Crush or Shazam track their every move via GPS. But researchers have found that Android phones reveal information about your location "to every app on your device" through a different, unlikely data leak: the phones power consumption. Researchers at Stanford University and Israels defense research group Rafael have created a technique they call PowerSpy, which they say can gather information about an Android phones geolocation merely by tracking its power use over time.

(Feb 18 2015) - From Manhattan Project to A.I.: The Coming Synthetic Rewrite of Nature
U.S.A. -- It is not by accident or organic, grassroots trend that numerous films are coming focused on artificial intelligence and the transhumanist takeover. From H.G. Wells tales of genetic chimaeras in The Island of Dr. Moreau to Sixth Day with Schwarzenegger, to coming A.I. films like Chappie, the predictive programming preparations are rolling out. My recent research has focused on the Manhattan, and like the MK ULTRA programs, Manhattan had a much wider application than is commonly known. In fact, MK ULTRA and Manhattan are related through the connect of biometrics and bio-warfare.

(Feb 17 2015) - Secrets Out : NSA's Out-Hacking Chinese & Russians
UTAH -- The exposure of an all-star hacker group thought to be affiliated with the NSA is both a feather in the spy agency's cap and a setback for intelligence-gathering on Islamic extremists, some threat analysts say. On Sunday, Kaspersky Lab, a research firm headquartered in Moscow, published an analysis implying the "Equation Group" is the same entity behind the so-called Stuxnet worm. That malware is believed to be a joint NSA-Israeli invention that sabotaged Iran's nuclear centrifuges in 2009 or 2010.

(Feb 16 2015) - Worldwide Equation Group hid undetectable spyware on hard drives
U.S.A. -- In a new twist to the on-going NSA story, security firm Kaspersky Lab has discovered that a threat actor of previously unknown complexity and sophistication has been embedding surveillance software on hard drives produced by a number of well-known manufacturers. With names such as Western Digital, Seagate and Toshiba mentioned, and the reach of the spy program stretching to dozens of countries, it's not clear quite how many people may be affected.

(Feb 16 2015) - Russia to Conduct Observation Flights Over US, Italy
MOSCOW -- Russian aviation inspectors will conduct two observation flights over the territory of the United States and one over the territory of Italy in February under the Treaty on Open Skies, the head of the Russian National Centre for Reducing Nuclear Threat Sergei Ryzhkov has said. It will be the second, third and fourth Russian observation flights over the territories of the treaty signatory states in 2015.

(Feb 15 2015) - Spy agencies fund climate research in hunt for weather weapon
U.S.A. -- A senior US scientist has expressed concern that the intelligence services are funding climate change research to learn if new technologies could be used as potential weapons. Alan Robock, a climate scientist at Rutgers University in New Jersey, has called on secretive government agencies to be open about their interest in radical work that explores how to alter the worlds climate.

(Feb 15 2015) - Scientists seek international authority on climate geoengineering
SAN JOSE -- US scientists and legal experts are calling for a strong, international authority to regulate any man-made interventions meant to combat global warming, amid fears that the technology could be harmful to the environment. The field known as geoengineering is not currently regulated by any institution or treaty, Edward Parson, professor of environmental law at the UCLA, explained Saturday. "If some nations decide this year to embark on a crude untested experimental attempt to do it, we cannot prevent it," Parsons said in San Jose, California at the American Society for the Advancement of Science's (AAAS) annual meeting.

(Feb 14 2015) - Utility Commissioners Emails Reveal Smart Meter Conspiracy
CALIFORNIA -- THE FAT CAT IS OUT OF THE BAG ... Evidence has now been made public of illegal actions and collusion between former California Public Utilities Commission president Michael Peevey and utility PG&E, as criminal investigations continue. As part of a federal and state investigation into what appears to be systemic corruption involving former senior executives at PG&E and the California Public Utilities Commission, 65,000 emails have been publicly released, revealing collusion and conspiracy.

(Feb 14 2015) - Hackers Stole Hundreds of Millions in Massive Malware Bank Heist
NEW YORK -- In what may be one of the biggest bank heists to date, hackers have apparently siphoned hundreds of millions of dollars from over 100 banks in 30 nations. And according to the upcoming Kaspersky Lab report, this could be "the most sophisticated attack the world has seen to date." The analysis from Kaspersky Lab, which comes out Monday and was acquired by The New York Times, comes after the cybersecurity firm was called in to investigate a rogue, cash-spewing ATM in Ukraine a little over a year ago. But according to The Times, the ATM was just the beginning:

(Feb 13 2015) - Google Chromes New Feature: Spying On You for Google
WORLD -- Google Chromes new voice recognition feature transmits small recordings of you back to Google HQpotentially setting a disturbing precedent. Your Xbox will listen to you. Your TV will listen to you. And now, if youre not careful with its new voice recognition features, Google Chrome will listen to you, too. Welcome to the Internet of Things: Where the electronics you bring into your house are now smart enough to outsmart you, and keep tabs on everything you do potentially for the highest bidder.

(Feb 10 2015) - Questions re: DEA's Vehicle Surveillance Program
U.S.A. -- With each week, we seem to learn about a new government location tracking program. This time, its the expanded use of license plate readers. According to The Wall Street Journal, relying on interviews with officials and documents obtained by the ACLU through a FOIA request, the Drug Enforcement Administration has been collecting hundreds of millions of records about cars traveling on U.S. roads.

(Feb 10 2015) - FBI's hush about stingray use by local cops
U.S.A. -- If youve ever filed a public records request with your local police department to learn more about how cell-site simulators are used in your communitychances are good that the FBI knows about it. And the FBI will attempt to prevent disclosure of such information. Not only can these devices, commonly known as "stingrays," be used to determine a phones location, but they can also intercept calls and text messages. During the act of locating a phone, stingrays also sweep up information about nearby phones.

(Feb 09 2015) - 42 ADMITTED False Flag Attacks
WORLD -- Governments from around the world ... admit they do it. There are many documented false flag attacks, where a government carries out a terror attack ... and then falsely blames its enemy for political purposes. In the following 42 instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admits to it, either orally or in writing.

(Feb 08 2015) - DARPA hacks OnStar to control Chevy Impala
MASSECUSETTS -- In a broad-reaching report by 60 Minutes about DARPA and the Internet of Things, the Department of Defense has shown that it can hack General Motors' OnStar system to remote control a last-gen Chevrolet Impala. DARPA has a budget of around half a billion dollars a year and its Information Innovation Office is headed by Dan Kaufman, who employs a team of researchers that focus on increasing national security through revolutionary projects. One of those projects involves hacking the connected car, and this is what they found ...

(Feb 08 2015) - Verizon 'Supercookies' May Be Tracking Your Every Move ... and
WORLD -- Watch out! There could be supercookies on your phone. CNET reports: Supercookies are tracking software installed on every Verizon phone. These supercookies are similar to regular internet cookies. The data packets store and track your user habits, such as which websites you visit and how long you spend on them. Verizons unique version of these cookies are user-specific, near-permanent, and not fully disclosed.

(Feb 07 2015) - DoD Cloud Computing Security Requirements Guide
U.S.A. -- Cloud computing technology and services provide the Department of Defense (DoD) with the opportunity to deploy an Enterprise Cloud Environment aligned with Federal Department-wide Information Technology (IT) strategies and efficiency initiatives, including federal data center consolidation. Cloud computing enables the Department to consolidate infrastructure, leverage commodity IT functions, and eliminate functional redundancies while improving continuity of operations.

(Feb 05 2015) - Your Samsung SmartTV Is Spying on You, Basically
U.S.A. -- You may be loving your new Internet-connected television and its convenient voice-command feature - but did you know its recording everything you say and sending it to a third party ? Careful what you say around your TV. It may be listening. And blabbing. A single sentence buried in a dense privacy policy for Samsungs Internet-connected SmartTV advises users that its nifty voice command feature might capture more than just your request to play the latest episode of Downton Abbey.

(Feb 04 2015) - Facebooks new privacy and 'TRACKING YOU' policy
WORLD -- Facebook is making users sign up for new privacy policy that allows it to track users everywhere on the Internet This is really bad news for privacy lovers ... they have just updated its privacy policy which allows to track you even after you have left Facebook website to surf other pages. And more over you have already agreed to it without knowing it. Facebooks new policy allows it to gather data about you, from across the internet. This is in addition to the normal data it generally gathers when you post something or add friends to your network.

(Feb 02 2015) - Who Really Owns Your Drones ?
U.S.A. -- If there's anything creepier than a drone flying up to your home and peering through your window, it's the thought of your technologyyour cellphone, laptop camera, car radio, or even an implanted medical devicebeing turned on you for an even more intimate view of your private life. But the reaction last week to a drunken government intelligence agent borrowing his buddy's drone and crashing it into the White House lawn is a reminder that shortsighted solutions to the first problem could exacerbate the second.

(Feb 01 2015) - Intercepted Russian bomber was carrying a nuclear missile
ENGLAND -- A Russian bomber intercepted over the Channel last week was carrying a nuclear missile designed to destroy Trident submarines, it emerged last night. RAF Typhoon fighter jets were scrambled on Wednesday after two long-range TU-95 Bear bombers were detected flying over the English Channel. The incident was last night described as yet another in a series of deliberately provocative measures by President Vladimir Putin which confirmed that Natos status had moved firmly from rival to adversary.

(Feb 01 2015) - Updated List of ADMITTED False Flag Attacks
WORLD -- Readers are encouraged to post historically-documented instances (at this site) in which a member of a gov't admits that his or her gov't carried out a false flag attack. While there are many documented false flag attacks, were focused on finding cases which are admitted to by someone in the gov't who carried out the attack. Governments from around the world admit theyve used the bullys trick ... attack first, and then blame the victim.

(Jan 30 2015) - The Dark Nexus of Mind Control & Artificial Intelligence
U.S.A. -- In researching the MK ULTRA programs and their various offshoots, I came across an interesting connection to the coming SmartGrid. Under Dr. Ewan Cameron, a prison tracking device known as the Schwitzgebel Machine was utilized to monitor inmates locations, heart rate and other personal details that were reciprocally transmitted to the good doctors. What comes to the fore is the similarity with the development of the Smartphone and its new capabilities for monitoring heart rate, health, etc., as well as basically anything else. Is there a connection between mind control and the coming A.I. takeover? While this may sound like the ultimate paranoiac tin foliage, I suspect more at work here.

(Jan 29 2015) - Get your loved ones off Facebook
WORLD -- "Oh yeah, I've been meaning to ask you why you're getting off Facebook," is the guilty and reluctant question I'm hearing a lot these days. Like we kinda know Facebook is bad, but don't really want to know. I've been a big Facebook supporter - one of the first users in my social group who championed what a great way it was to stay in touch, way back in 2006.

(Jan 28 2015) - Ex-Los Alamos Scientist heard offering to design bomb ?
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- A former Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist was sentenced to five years in prison Wednesday, following a guilty plea and new revelations that he told an undercover FBI agent he could build 40 nuclear weapons for Venezuela in 10 years and design a bomb targeted for New York City. In audio recordings played Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Pedro Leonardo Mascheroni tells an agent posing as a Venezuelan official that the bombs would prevent the United States from invading the oil-rich nation and brags to his wife that the passing of secrets would make him wealthy.

(Jan 27 2015) - FTC Warns Huge Security Risks re: Internet of Things
WASH D.C. -- Theres danger lurking in the Internet of Things. At least, thats the word from the Federal Trade Commission. On Tuesday, the government watchdog released a detailed report urging businesses to take some concrete steps in protecting the privacy and security of American consumers. According to the FTC, 25 billion objects are already online worldwide, gathering information using sensors and communicating with each other over the internet, and this number is growing, with consumer goods companies, auto manufacturers, healthcare providers, and so many other businesses investing in the new breed of connected devices.

(Jan 27 2015) - Experts Unmask 'Regin' Trojan as NSA Tool
GERMANY -- Earlier this month, SPIEGEL International published an article based on the trove of documents made available by whistleblower Edward Snowden describing the increasingly complex digital weapons being developed by intelligence services in the US and elsewhere. Concurrently, several documents were published as well as the source code of a sample malware program called QWERTY found in the Snowden archive. For most readers, that source code was little more than 11 pages of impenetrable columns of seemingly random characters.

CALIFORNIA -- Mass surveillance is about control. Its promulgators may well claim, and even believe, that it is about control for the greater good, a control that is needed to keep a cap on disorder, to be fully vigilant to the next threat. But in a context of rampant political corruption, widening economic inequalities, and escalating resource stress due to climate change and energy volatility, mass surveillance can become a tool of power to merely perpetuate itself, at the publics expense.

(Jan 26 2015) - Google handed over WikiLeaks info to US govt
CALIFORNIA -- Google handed over emails and data belonging to WikiLeaks and was unable to tell the group that it had done so for three years. In what WikiLeaks called a serious violation of the privacy and journalistic rights of WikiLeaks staff, Google handed over the information under a secret search warrant issued by a federal judge in 2012. Google then wrote to Wikileaks on Christmas Eve 2014, telling the group that it had complied with an order from the Justice Department to hand over digital data including all email and IP addresses of three WikiLeaks staff members.

(Jan 26 2015) - Secret BADASS Intelligence Program Spied on Smartphones
U.K. -- British and Canadian spy agencies accumulated sensitive data on smartphone users, including location, app preferences, and unique device identifiers, by piggybacking on ubiquitous software from advertising and analytics companies, according to a document obtained by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. The document, included in a trove of Snowden material released by Der Spiegel on January 17, outlines a secret program run by the intelligence agencies called BADASS.

(Jan 25 2015) - How the CIA made Google ... part 1
U.S.A. -- INSURGE INTELLIGENCE, a new crowd-funded investigative journalism project, breaks the exclusive story of how the United States intelligence community funded, nurtured & incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain information superiority. The origins of this ingenious strategy trace back to a secret Pentagon-sponsored group, that for the last two decades has functioned as a bridge between the US government and elites across the business, industry, finance, corporate, and ... MEDIA sectors.

(Jan 24 2015) - CIAs Top Spy Steps Down
VIRGINIA -- The secretive head of the agencys National Clandestine Service is retiring amid reports of infighting over a reorganization of the intelligence service. The director of the CIAs National Clandestine Service, the storied home of the agencys most secretive intelligence operations, has announced that he plans to retire, The Daily Beast has learned.

(Jan 19 2015) - Generals conclude Obama backed al-Qaida
NEW YORK -- The Obama White House and the State Department under the management of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton changed sides in the war on terror in 2011 by implementing a policy of facilitating the delivery of weapons to the al-Qaida-dominated rebel militias in Libya attempting to oust Moammar Gadhafi from power, the Citizens Commission on Benghazi concluded in its interim report.

(Jan 19 2015) - How the NSA Hijacks Hacker Botnets for Spying
UTAH -- The National Security Agency and its allies aren't just hacking and spying these days - theyre also hacking and spying on other peoples' hacking and spying. That's been the case since at least 2007, according to new top secret documents from Edward Snowden's archive released by the German newspaper Der Spiegel over the weekend. In fact, the US spy agency and its Five Eyes surveillance partners - which include the UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand - have taken a keen interest in the victims of hackers and cybercriminals.

(Jan 19 2015) - New police radars can 'see' inside homes
WASH D.C. -- At least 50 U.S. law enforcement agencies have secretly equipped their officers with radar devices that allow them to effectively peer through the walls of houses to see whether anyone is inside, a practice raising new concerns about the extent of government surveillance. Those agencies, including the FBI and the U.S. Marshals Service, began deploying the radar systems more than two years ago with little notice to the courts and no public disclosure of when or how they would be used.

(Jan 19 2015) - Mysterious 1997 Death Of Hollywood Screenwriter Solved
CALIFORNIA -- When the skeletal remains of Hollywood screenwriter Gary Devore were found strapped into his Ford Explorer submerged beneath the California Aqueduct in 1998 it brought an end to one of Americas most high profile missing person cases. The fact that Devore was on his way to deliver a film script that promised to explain the real reason why the US invaded Panama, has long given rise to a slew of conspiracies surrounding the nature of his accidental death.

(Jan 18 2015) - The Ultimate Battle For The Mind
U.S.A. -- Mind-control techniques have been around for a long time. The Elite used the Nazis during World War II to advance the techniques. After WWII, the United States, the Soviet Union, and Great Britain were used to perfect the control. Mind-control researcher Ken Adachi shares this basic introduction to the subject ... The topic of mind control is elaborate, multifaceted, and multi layered.

(Jan 17 2015) - Air Force UFO Files Hit The Web
U.S. AIR FORCE -- The fabled Project Blue Book, the Air Force's files on UFO sightings and investigations, have tantalized and frustrated extraterrestrial enthusiasts for decades. But this week, nearly 130,000 pages of declassified UFO records - a trove that would make Agent Fox Mulder's mouth water - hit the web. UFO enthusiast John Greenewald has spent nearly two decades filing Freedom of Information Act requests for the government's files on UFOs and other phenomena. On Jan. 12, Greenewald posted the Blue Book files - as well as files on Blue Book's 1940s-era predecessors, Project Sign and Project Grudge - on his online database, The Black Vault.

(Jan 16 2015) - Putin prepares missile surprise to 'American partners'
RUSSIA -- Obama, speaking at the 69th session of the UN General Assembly, stated that Russia's actions posed the largest threat to the world. According to Obama, Russia is more dangerous to the world than international terrorism & Islamic fundamentalism. Obama's attacks on the Russian Federation were hysterical & frankly inadequate. What made the president of the strongest country in the world say such an absurd thing? Information about new Russian sea-launched cruise missiles could be a reason.

(Jan 16 2015) - Giant crane to lift 4 million lbs of tunnel drill Bertha
SEATTLE -- To rescue the worlds largest tunnel-boring machine and the future of the Highway 99 project you need one of the worlds strongest cranes. The Mammoet Co. has been gathering and erecting steel parts since September from Malaysia, Europe and Canada, to prepare to lift 4 million pounds along the Seattle waterfront sometime in the next few weeks. Thats where tunnel drill Bertha has been stranded underground for more than a year, awaiting front-end repairs.

(Jan 15 2015) - German who spied for CIA stole 3,500 German spy names
GERMANY -- A German intelligence officer, who was arrested last summer for spying for the United States, may have given his American handlers information on the real identities, as well as operational aliases, of nearly 3,500 German intelligence operatives. In July, Germany expelled the CIA station chief in Berlin, following the arrest of Marcus R., a 31-year-old, low-level clerk at the Bundesnachrichtendienst, or BND, Germanys external intelligence agency.

(Jan 14 2015) - Heres Why 4 Top Secret Service Employees Just Got Booted
WASH D.C. -- Acting Director of the Secret Service, Joseph Clancy, told four top Secret Service employees yesterday that they must leave their posts within 30 days. This would essentially gut the upper management of the Secret Service. According to the Washington Post, Acting Director Clancy felt he need to take such drastic action in the wake of numerous security lapses.

(Jan 13 2015) - US Navy Set to Unveil Electromagnetic Weapon Technology
NEW YORK -- The US Navy is set to unveil a new electromagnetic weapon that uses magnetic fields to launch projectiles at high speeds, rather than using traditional chemical propellants and explosives to destroy targets. "The Electromagnetic Railgun is among several disruptive capabilities that the Naval Research Enterprise is championing to ensure a dominant, capable and relevant naval force for the future," chief of naval research Rear Adm. Mat Winter said in a statement on Tuesday. The technology uses high electrical currents to generate a magnetic field to launch projectiles at distances in excess of 100 nautical miles and at six times the speed of sound, researchers said.

(Jan 12 2015) - Russia must keep USA at gunpoint
RUSSIA -- 'One should keep the US territory at gunpoint to be able to immediately act on the territory. The group should target the Federal Reserve, but I'm joking here, of course. Yet, there is some truth in this joke, because, as a rule, it is financial oligarchs, who need to start wars. Non-nuclear deterrence factors should include powerful government agencies, particularly the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Economic agencies should be involved as well to cause damage with the use of economic methods. This should be considered as a combat mission.

(Jan 12 2015) - The Corrupt Philanderer who Built the CIAs Black Sites
WASH D.C. -- Bureaucrats love secrets. If they are given unchecked power to create secrets, they will find the temptation to use this power irresistible. They will use it to cover justified cases, for example, to preserve diplomatic and military secrets that are important for national security, or to protect the privacy of individual citizens (the information contained on tax returns, for instance). But at the same time bureaucrats use secrecy to obscure from public sight anything that might embarrass them or reduce their political power and influence ...

(Jan 12 2015) - US Central Command Twitter and YouTube Hacked
U.S.A. -- A pro-ISIS group has hacked the US Central Commands Twitter account. For a few minutes, its feed was filled with warnings ... (like) ... AMERICAN SOLDIERS, WE ARE COMING, WATCH YOUR BACK. ISIS ... We wont stop! We know everything about you. Your wives and children. The profile images were also changed ... with the words I love you ISIS and CyberCaliphate were added. Screen shots of military commanders emails and phone numbers were also published to the feed. Minutes after the hack, the Twitter account was suspended.

FRANCE -- Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, a former White House official, says that the attack on Charlie Hebdo was " ... an inside job designed to pull France firmly back under Washington's thumb. Paris attack designed to shore up France's vassal status ..." Roberts, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, said that Francois Hollande this week said that the sanctions against Russia should end. Roberts says: "This is too much foreign policy independence on Frances part for Washington."

(Jan 11 2015) - Officer investigating Charlie Hebdo attack commits suicide ?
PARIS -- Shockingly Police Commissioner Helric Fredou, 45, reportedly killed himself with his own gun while preparing a report just after meeting with a family member of a victim who was shot during the recent attack which took place at the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Although reports claim that Helric Fredou suffered from depression and burn out some, like myself, remain skeptical that Fredou was suicided, murdered, by a third-party in an attempt to quell information he gained after speaking with key individuals during his investigation.

(Jan 09 2015) - CIA mind-control program: did it really end ???
U.S.A. -- In the 1950s and 60s, the CIA engaged in an extensive program of human experimentation [MKULTRA], using drugs, psychological, and other means, in search of techniques to control human behavior for counterintelligence and covert action purposes Most of the MKULTRA records were deliberately destroyed in 1973 by the order of then DCI Richard HelmsHelms testified that he agreed to destroy the records because ...

(Jan 07 2015) - Opium cultivation hits record high in Afghanistan
AFGHANISTAN -- Afghanistan has once again set a new record for opium cultivation despite a constant U.S. military presence for the last thirteen years. According to a report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), opium production rose for the fourth consecutive year in 2014. The total area under opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan was estimated to be 224,000 hectares (200,00-250,000) in 2014, which represents a 7% increase from 2013, the report states.

(Jan 05 2015) - The Army Is Prepping For Battles In Megacities
AMERICA -- According to Army Times, our Army is now concentrating on fighting in megacities of 20 million or more people against criminal and extremist groups who can influence the lives of the population while undermining the authority of the state. It is inevitable that at some point the United States Army will be asked to operate in a megacity and currently the Army is ill-prepared to do so, reported Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odiernos Strategic Studies Group. The military isnt allowed to serve as police on American soil, but ...

(Jan 05 2015) - DHS opened door to Cybersecurity Attacks on Power & Water
CALIFORNIA -- Sometimes even when its trying to do the right thing, the DHS steps on a rake. A recent miscue by the department could make it easier for someone to bring down the nations power grid. A Freedom of Information Act request was filed with DHS for documents on Operation Aurora, which was a cyberattack on Google. The department responded with 800 pages of documents, according to Patrick Tucker at Defense One. However the documents werent about Operation Aurora, but were instead on the Aurora Project, which in 2007 demonstrated how easy it would be to disable the nations electric and water supply grids.

(Jan 03 2015) - US Social Surveillance Abuse Puts Civil Liberties in Jeopardy
U.S.A. -- According to various publications in the American and foreign media, the United States has created a global system of cyber espionage that allows the interception and processing of personal data around the globe in violation of fundamental human rights. Tapped phones, intercepted short messages, supervised discussions in social networks and stolen emails this is the ugly reality we are living in. The NSA and other units of the United States Intelligence Community are more than capable of breaching any mobile operating system, be it iOS, Android or BlackBerry OS.

(Dec 31 2014) - CHEMTRAILS EXPOSED: Global Geoengineering PsyOps Documented
WORLD -- From Chemtrails to Directed Energy Weapons, the System is Set on Total Control. There has been much speculation in the last few years as to the authenticity of the claims of chemtrail spraying of the ionosphere by secretive groups for unknown reasons, with such claims generally receiving the scorn of tinfoil hat insanity. Distinguished from contrails, the normal water and ice crystal formations that result from aircraft exhaust vapor, chemtrails is the popular name for aerosol spraying by planes in different layers of the atmosphere under the cover of numerous global geoengineering programs.

(Dec 30 2014) - Virtual training upgrade with facial scans
US ARMY -- New technology, aimed at beefing up the Army's virtual training program, can capture vivid facial features down the pores of the skin. Using a high-tech "Mobile Light Stage," licensed from the University of Southern California, Army researchers can use a battery of special LED lights and high speed cameras to capture the a person's facial features. Most recently, the setup produced a hyper realistic bust of President Obama, on display in December at the Smithsonian Castle.

(Dec 30 2014) - DARPA wants drones that can hunt like a hawk
U.S.A. -- The U.S. military wants to build more drones and this time, they want to make drones that have a computerized mind of their own to fly around and scout for dangers. To put it in simple words, the drones of today have to be manned by a pilot with a remote control. The drones United States military aim to build, should be smart enough to navigate obstacles and reach the target all of its own accord. In short they want a Hawk in the sky.

(Dec 29 2014) - BILL COSBY, Project ARTICHOKE, MENGELE & The Dark Messiah
HOLLYWEIRD -- Bill Cosby,TVs Favorite Father, is certainly being thrown under the bus by the ILLUMINATI. He is also certainly being used as a major mass media diversion and circus so that no matter what takes place in this nations collective conscious in resistance to the blatant injustices of state sponsored police violence against people of color, and BLACK LIVES MATTER, the face of EVIL in America will always be concentrated on the face of a black man. Bill Cosby didnt necessary have to piss anyone off to be cast adrift in the sea alone on the tip an iceberg without a paddle. To set himself off from the masses as one of the gods of Mount Olympus, he had to be Aryan.

(Dec 29 2014) - License Plate Reader Technology Looks At Faces
CALIFORNIA -- The leading suppler of automated license plate reader technology in the US is expanding its offerings to law enforcement. Vehicle owners have already had their movements tracked by the company Vigilant Solutions, which boasts 2 billion entries in its nationwide database, with 70 million additional license plate photographs being added each month. Now passengers can also be tracked if they hitch a ride with a friend and are photographed by a camera aimed at the front of the car. The Livermore, California-based firm recently announced expanded integration of facial recognition technology into its offerings.

(Dec 28 2014) - Fast & Furious used by Obama to promote gun control
MEXICO -- It is what was widely suspected by cynical critics of the Federal government such as the writers of this blog, but now we have official confirmation that the Obama administration was using Operation Fast and Furious as an excuse to advocate for stricter gun co even as the program funneled thousands of rifles to Mexican drug cartels.

(Dec 27 2014) - Psychopolitical Warfare & the Soviet Brainwashing of the U.S.
RUSSIA -- Do you want to know how it all happened ? Do you really want to know the cause behind the rapid deterioration in the United States of America from a domestic cold war of incremental democratization, into a hot totalitarian socialist State ? Aside from an abject hatred for religion and morality, one of the root causes of the accelerated decline is "psychopolitics," the art and science of asserting and maintaining dominion over the thoughts and loyalties of individuals, officers, bureaus, and masses, and the effecting of the conquest of enemy nations through "mental healing."

(Dec 27 2014) - NSA/CSS Policy Manual 9-12: Storage Device Sanitization
U.S.A. -- This manual provides guidance for sanitization of Information Systems (IS) storage devices for disposal or recycling in accordance with NSA/CSS Policy Statement 9-12, NSA/CSS Storage Device Sanitization. Information stored on these devices may range from UNCLASSIFIED to TOP SECRET and may include compartmented, sensitive, or limited distribution material. Furthermore, this manual provides information on how to obtain current listings of evaluated sanitization equipment that meets NSA/CSS specifications.

(Dec 27 2014) - Climate Scientist Blows Whistle on Chemtrails
WORLD -- Covert Aerosol Geoengineering is now completely out of the closet. Dr. Kirkby's public announcement to a group of scientists that Jet aircraft are dumping aerosols (aka Chemtrails) high in the atmosphere shines a bright light on the IPCC's corrupt pseudoscience of so-called "Climate Change". Dr. Tim Ball's book: "The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science" provides a detailed look into the continuing "Climate-Gate" of fraud.

(Dec 25 2014) - Cops can use fake Facebook accounts to lure suspects
NEW YORK -- If youre a criminal, be careful who you friend on Facebook. A federal judge ruled last week that law enforcement can create fake social network profiles in order to search through a suspects account. Cops can lure suspects into friending them and then use the content of their Facebook, Instagram or other social media accounts against them in court.

(Dec 24 2014) - Hacktivist group takes down GCHQ website ...
BRITAIN -- The Anonymous-allied hacktivist group Gator League claimed it took down the website of Britain's GCHQ surveillance agency on Tuesday. Earlier, the same group boasted of shutting down North Koreas internet.

(Dec 24 2014) - Google Wants to Spy on You in Your Car
U.S.A. -- Automakers dread the Googleization of their cars ... Were unwrapping the best holiday gift we couldve imagined, Google gushed as it unveiled its first real build of a self-driving car. Its still a prototype. But hey, the thing got headlights and all. And it self-drives. What Google paraded in front of the media in May was just a mockup without headlights.

(Dec 23 2014) - US shot down 'hacked' MH370 to thwart terror plot
MALAYSIA -- A former airline boss and writer claims the US downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 because the military feared it had been taken over by hackers and was about to be used in a 9/11-style attack. Marc Dugain, the former chief executive of now-defunct Proteus Airlines, said the jumbo jet was shot down near a US military base on the remote island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean after it was hacked.

(Dec 23 2014) - How to Know if Your Car Can Be Hacked
U.S.A. -- In our day and age, we are highly aware of the danger of having our computers and mobile devices hacked, but what about our cars? Car hacking is a growing possibility for new cars with on-board computer systems. As new vehicles move into the digital age, more and more problems are presented when it comes to hacking these systems and putting the driver's personal information at risk. Not only do we have to worry about our information being vulnerable, but the actual safety of the car is at a higher risk as well.

(Dec 20 2014) - Air Force admits nuke flaws, but will fixes work ?
WASH D.C. -- Faced with one of its biggest challenges in years repairing a troubled nuclear missile corps the Air Force has taken an important first step by admitting, after years of denial, that its problems run deep and wide. Less certain is whether it will find all the right fixes, apply them fully and convince a doubting force of launch officers, security guards and other nuclear workers that their small and narrow career field is not a dead end. The stakes are huge.

(Dec 19 2014) - C.I.A. doc,s admits U.S. drone program counterproductive
C.I.A. -- Wikileaks on Thursday has made public a never-before-seen internal review conducted by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency that looked at the agencys drone and targeted assassination programs in places like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and elsewhere. The agencys own analysis, conducted in 2009, found that its clandestine drone and assassination program was likely to produce counterproductive outcomes, including strengthening the very extremist groups it was allegedly designed to destroy.

(Dec 18 2014) - Neuroscientist trying to upload his Brain to a computer ?
U.S.A. -- Humans, if you hadn't already noticed, have stopped evolving. As David Attenborough recently reminded us, our species is the firstby our free willto remove itself from the process of natural selection, therefore stunting evolution. That, accompanied by Steven Hawking and Elon Musk's theories that robots will supersede human intelligence and become our biggest existential threat, paints a pretty bleak vision of the future. Neuroscientist Randal Koene has the answer. Instead of allowing robots to become our cold, lifeless overlords, why don't we just become partially robotic ourselves?

(Dec 16 2014) - Stanford to host 100-year study on artificial intelligence
CALIFORNIA -- Stanford University has invited leading thinkers from several institutions to begin a 100-year effort to study and anticipate how the effects of artificial intelligence will ripple through every aspect of how people work, live and play. This effort, called the One Hundred Year Study on Artificial Intelligence, or AI100, is the brainchild of computer scientist and Stanford alumnus Eric Horvitz, who, among other credits, is a former president of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence.

(Dec 15 2014) - Climate Engineering Pilot Disclosure ???
WORLD -- The two letters below were forwarded to The HAARP Report, these texts were sent to me by the administrator of that site. The message source claims to be relaying statements from a US military pilot that is part of the ongoing aerosol spraying nightmare occurring in our skies day in and day out. Are the statements authentic? Is the source credible? I have no way of confirming in either case. This being said, the dots do connect with what I believe these pilots are being told. The power structure command always conveys a very simple message to troops, its us or them. This is the basic theme below that is described by the alleged pilot.

(Dec 15 2014) - Political Prisoner Barrett Brown to Be Sentenced Tomorrow ...
DALLAS -- Barrett Lancaster Brown is a writer and activist who possesses a unique combination of ability, courage, wit and determination. This resume of personality traits turned him into a threatening individual once he decided to direct much of that energy against the prevailing corrupt status quo. This is also why hes one of the roughly roughly 2.4 million Americans locked up within these United States; many of them for non-crimes.

(Dec 14 2014) - Americas Most Embarrassing Muslim Spy & His Terrorist Connections
U.S.A. -- When Ali Mohamed, the most embarrassing Muslim spy to ever join Americas ranks, was caught and trusted experts acknowledged his deep involvement with Islamic terrorism, specifically Al-Qaeda, the government covered up his role as a double agent. Its an old story many consider dust in the wind until of course now when Shoebat.com, in this explosive discovery, exclusively reveals that the same Ali Mohamed is connected to a man whose organization is implicated in the Benghazi attacks.

(Dec 13 2014) - Russian military jet nearly collides with passenger plane - again
SWEDEN -- The Swedish military said on Saturday that a Russian military jet had nearly collided with a commercial passenger plane. The flight had taken off from Copenhagen International Airport in Denmark shortly before the incident occurred south of Sweden's Malmo on Friday. "We have confirmed through the Swedish Defense Ministry that the aircraft was Russian," Johannes Hellqvist, a spokesman for the ministry, told AFP news agency. Maj. Gen. Micael Byden, Sweden's air force chief, said the Russian aircraft's transponders, which make the plane visible to commercial radar, had been switched off.

(Dec 12 2014) - CIA enhanced interrogations have long history
WASH D.C. -- The public controversy surrounding the release of the Senate Intelligence Committees summary-report on detentions and interrogations continues to feed media headlines. But, as veteran intelligence correspondent Jeff Stein notes in his Newsweek column, there is one crucial aspect missing from the debate: historical precedent. Stein observes what many commentators have missed, namely a reference in the 500-page document to KUBARK. KUBARK is in fact a coded reference used by the CIA in the 50's and 60's to refer to itself. The KUBARK Counterintelligence Interrogation manual was produced by the Agency to train civilian and military intelligence officers in what the CIA called coercive counterintelligence interrogation of resistant sources.

(Dec 11 2014) - Project Coast: Whos Behind the Recent Ebola Outbreak ???
WEST AFRICA -- The report issued by the World Health Organization states that the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the largest and most complex since the detection of the virus in 1976. This outbreak has reached an all time high in both the number infected with the virus and those deceased from it than in all the previous outbreaks combined ... (as follows from leaked files and a number of media publications) the Ebola virus had been extensively studied back in 1980 in South Africa as a potential biological weapon. This project that goes under the codename Project Coast was launched by Dr. Wouter Basson, also known as Dr. Death ...

(Dec 11 2014) - Eric Schmidt says Fears about Artificial Intelligence are 'Misguided'
NEW YORK -- Eric Schmidt, chief executive at Google says fears over artificial intelligence and robots replacing humans in jobs are misguided. He says AI is likely going to make humanity better. These concerns are normal, he said during a talk the Financial Times Innovate America event in New York this week. "Go back to the history of the loom. There was absolute dislocation ... but I think all of us are better off with more mechanized ways of getting clothes made."

(Dec 05 2014) - C-130 aircraft caught dropping massive 'raindrop shaped fibers' ...
CHINO VALLEY, Ariz. -- Marie Snow and her friend Cori Gunnels knew they stumbled across something sinister, one November day, this year, when they saw what appeared to be 50 to 60-foot long raindrops, solid in nature, falling from the sky in clusters, after three military aircraft, including a C-130, flew overhead, minutes prior, at an altitude of an estimated 5,000-8,000 ft.

(Dec 05 2014) - Camp Pendleton Marines to conduct training in Downtown LA
LOS ANGELES -- Residents in and around downtown Los Angeles could hear helicopters or other military aircraft over the coming days as Marines and sailors from Camp Pendleton train in preparation for a deployment. The training is part of a two-week military exercise that starts Friday and extends through Dec. 16 and involves about 2,400 members of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, according to the Associated Press.

(Dec 04 2014) - Online news sites to be blacked out ... ???
U.S.A. -- According to what Im hearing from several sources in my network of contacts, the U.S. gov't is putting systems in place to black out online news sites like Natural News, Drudge Report, The Blaze and many others. A practice run that took place earlier this week in California has already achieved this result and confirmed the technical ability to make it happen at will. The recent outage of news sites experienced by internet users in California was reported by this article on BeforeItsNews.com and confirmed by The Washington Times, The Blaze and other sites.

(Dec 04 2014) - How the NSA Hacks Cellphone Networks Worldwide
NSA -- In March 2011, two weeks before the Western intervention in Libya, a secret message was delivered to the National Security Agency. An intelligence unit within the U.S. militarys Africa Command needed help to hack into Libyas cellphone networks and monitor text messages. For the NSA, the task was easy. The agency had already obtained technical information about the cellphone carriers internal systems by spying on documents sent among company employees, and these details would provide the perfect blueprint to help the military break into the networks.

(Dec 03 2014) - Russian Air Force To Acquire New Aircraft ...
RUSSIA -- Russia's Ministry of Defense has unveiled plans to acquire more than 150 new aircraft and helicopters in 2015 as part of plans to bolster and modernize the country's Air Force. Col. Igor Klimov, the spokesman for the Russian Air Force, told local news agency ITAR-TASS that, in the forthcoming year, the Air Force will focus its efforts on strengthening its military presence in the Arctic.

(Dec 02 2014) - Mind-controlled alters documented
SPY vs SPY -- Discussions about conspiracy generally involve a handful of subjects, one of the top five of which is invariably mind controlled assassins and the MKULTRA project. MKULTRA encompassed numerous other projects including dozens of institutions, universities and programs designed to perfect the military (and now domestic) use of various types of psychological manipulation and conditioning intent on creating a Pavlovian slave, able to be programmed into completing various missions.

(Dec 02 2014) - Smoking Gun Proof Of Atmospheric Spraying
AMERICA -- How do we know our skies are being sprayed? Because we have film footage of the crime, of jets spraying at altitude. This is the logical end of any argument or dispute on this issue. Climate engineering is not speculation, it is not theory, it is a verified fact confirmed by film footage. Those that deny what they can see with their own eyes are simply not ready to wake up. A film of the crime occurring (in this case atmospheric spraying of aerosols from jet aircraft) cannot be rationally disputed.

(Nov 28 2014) - Russian battleships in the English Channel ...
ENGLISH CHANNEL -- Russias Northern Fleet has been conducting naval training near Dover. Two battleships and two supply vessels worked on operations and communications in conditions of adverse weather and heavy marine traffic. Today a squadron of warships and support vessels of the Northern Fleet headed by a large anti-submarine ship, the Severomorsk, crossed the narrowest part of the English Channel and passed into the Bay of the Seine, said Russias defense ministry.

(Nov 28 2014) - The Strange, Satanic World Of NSA Mind Control (VIDEOS)
U.S.A. -- The surveillance society is a secretive apparatus of intrusion and deception. An enigma within a disinformation perception of reality is at the core all activities of spooks. One of the most pervasive and all reaching agencies is the NSA. The National Security Agency officially is a cryptologic intelligence agency whose primary function is Signals Intelligence Directorate (SID), which produces foreign signals intelligence information, and the Information Assurance Directorate (IAD), which protects U.S. information systems. The General Accounting Office defines the nature of the structure of the NSA.

(Nov 27 2014) - WikiLeaks founder: Google works for US State Department
MADRID -- Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in his book planned to be out on Dec 1 reveals that Goggle in fact works for the US State Department, as reported by the Spanish Publico.es web edition. According to the edition, Assange arrived at the conclusion that Google works for the US government after meeting Google president Eric Schmidt and board member Jared Cohen in 2011. The meeting was also attended by Lisa Shields and Scott Malcomson who turned out to be Washington's diplomatic envoys.

(Nov 26 2014) - Is the Bilderberg Group Picking Our Politicians ?
WORLD -- When it comes to the secretive meetings of the worlds financial, corporate, political and technocratic elites at the annual Bilderberg conferences, a common criticism from conspiracy theorists and others is that the group pre-selects major politicians choosing presidents and prime ministers in private before populations have a chance to vote themselves. Bilderberg participants contest this framing, suggesting that Bilderberg participants simply invite up-and-coming politicians who appear to have a bright future ahead of them.

(Nov 23 2014) - DHS Set to Destroy Network Surveillance Records
U.S.A. -- The Department of Homeland Security is poised to ditch all records from a controversial network monitoring system called Einstein that are at least three years old, but not for security reasons. DHS reasons the files -- which include data about traffic to government websites, agency network intrusions and general vulnerabilities -- have no research significance. But some security experts say, to the contrary, DHS would be deleting a treasure chest of historical threat data.

(Nov 20 2014) - Two US Navy Vessels Collide in the Gulf of Aden
GULF OF ARDEN -- Two US Naval supply ships have collided in the Gulf of Aden at the beginning of a replenishment operation. USNS Amerlia Earhart and USNS Walter S. Diehl crashed into one another with only minor damage caused to each vessel, according to the US Navy. No crew members were injured in the incident and the ships are now continuing with their assigned missions in the Gulf. The US Navy said that it would conduct an investigation into the cause of the collision.

(Nov 20 2014) - Russia and China to Hold 2015 Naval Exercises
CHINA -- Russia and China have committed to a pair of 2015 naval exercises as a sign of growing military cooperation between the two countries, Russias minister of defense said this week. We plan to conduct a regular joint naval exercise in the Mediterranean next spring, said Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, according to the Russian TASS news agency. Another joint naval drill is planned in the Pacific.

(Nov 19 2014) - Russian Bombers Threaten Guam
GUAM -- Two Russian strategic bombers circled the U.S. island of Guam last week in what U.S. defense officials say is the latest in a series of nuclear provocations by Moscow. The bombers were identified by air defenses as Tu-95 Bear H nuclear-capable aircraft that circumnavigated the strategic U.S. military outpost on Fridayamid heightened tensions with Moscow regarding a new buildup of Russian forces in and along the border of eastern Ukraine.

(Nov 18 2014) - Fusion Centers are spying on innocent Americans
U.S.A. -- The Government Accountability Office has come out with a new report that exposes the lack of accountability for use of federal funds at fusion centers. But it doesnt address the most serious issue with fusion centers: that theyre yet another weapon in the governments bloated surveillance arsenaland theres virtually no oversight for what theyre doing and how they may be violating peoples rights. The sheer numbers (800,000-plus officers) of local law enforcement working in the U.S. is staggering and enlisting them in the surveillance state exponentially multiplies the potential for privacy and civil liberties violations.

(Nov 18 2014) - Surveillance State Wins ...
WASH D.C. -- Senate leaders failed to get the 60 votes needed to advance The USA Freedom Act - which would have limited the NSAs bulk collection of phone records - and as Bloomberg reports, it's unlikely a new version can be drafted for another vote before the congressional term expires this year. The 58-42 vote to move the measure forward came mostly along party lines as Senator Saxby Chambliss - the top Republican on the intelligence committee - rambling that the bill "eliminates tools critical to the intelligence communitys ability to prevent terrorist attacks, and its adoption would greatly degrade our ability to fight domestic terrorism in particular."

(Nov 16 2014) - Sky Devils & Genocide Of The Human Race
WORLD -- A fascinating and frankly chilling email hit my inbox this morning, forwarded by a friend of ANP, which provides 100% proof that not only is the topic and dangers of chemtrails not just a conspiracy theory, but the chemical dispersal patents included, shown in the images below, with the testimony of the military veteran that provided video and photo evidence, is indicative of a plan, agenda of genocide against the human race.

(Nov 16 2014) - State Dept computers hacked, email shut down
WASH D.C. -- The State Department has taken the unprecedented step of shutting down its entire unclassified email system as technicians repair possible damage from a suspected hacker attack. A senior department official said Sunday that "activity of concern" was detected in the system around the same time as a previously reported incident that targeted the White House computer network. That incident was made public in late October, but there was no indication then that the State Department had been affected. Since then, a number of agencies, including the U.S. Postal Service and the National Weather Service, have reported attacks.

(Nov 13 2014) - U.S. is putting fake cell towers in planes to spy on people
U.S.A. -- The U.S. Department of Justice is putting devices that emulate cellphone towers in Cessna aircraft and flying them around the country to track the locations of cell phones, a practice that targets criminal suspects but may also affect thousands of U.S. citizens, according to a news report Thursday. The program is run by the Department of Justices U.S. Marshals Service and has been in operation since at least 2007, according to the report in the Wall Street Journal, which cited two unnamed sources. The aircraft are flown out of at least five metropolitan-area airports and can cover most of the U.S. population, it said.

(Nov 13 2014) - Govts Facebook mass spying plan will further erode privacy
WORLD -- Media reports this morning have revealed that the federal government is building an expansive Social Media Monitoring system to collect, store, and analyze what Canadians say on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. The report in Motherboard suggests this system will feature real-time monitoring and analysis of social media content ...

(Nov 12 2014) - IBM's Watson Wants to Examine Your DNA
U.S.A. -- How much exercise should I get today? How much coffee can I drink on Monday? These are questions you might ask yourself, not really expecting an actual response, but if IBM has its way, its Watson supercomputer will soon be able to supply the answers. IBM's Watson Group today announced an undisclosed investment in Pathway Genomics to create the first cognitive consumer app based on a user's genetic makeup. Citing research on genomic medicine, IBM said the bioinformatics market is expected to grow to $12.86 billion by 2020.

(Nov 11 2014) - Sacking of Commanding Generals: Prelude to ... ?
U.S.A. -- Silo based ICBMs, along with the submarine and ship based Nuclear Missiles, carry strategic nuclear warheads with enough punch to obliterate a targeted country many times over. These strategic weapon systems are at the core of US nuclear deterrence essential to maintaining the MAD status In case Russia and China (it is no more Russia or China) launch a nuclear strike on US, they can count on the Mutually Assured Destruction.

(Nov 10 2014) - Navy Plans Electromagnetic War Games Over National Park
WASHINGTON -- Olympic National Park & Olympic National Forest in Washington State are two of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the U.S. ... these protected national commons are also the areas in & near where the US Navy aims to conduct its Northwest Electromagnetic Radiation Warfare training program, wherein it will fly 36 of its EA-18G "Growler" supersonic jet warplanes down to 1,200 feet above the ground in some areas in order to conduct war games with 14 mobile towers. Enough electromagnetic radiation will be emitted so as to be capable of melting human eye tissue & causing breast cancer, childhood leukemia & damage to human fetuses, let alone impacting wildlife in the area.

(Nov 08 2014) - What frightened the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea?
BLACK SEA -- The State Department acknowledged that the crew of the destroyer USS Donald Cook has been gravely demoralized ever since their vessel was flown over in the Black Sea by a Russian Sukhoi-24 (Su-24) fighter jet which carried neither bombs nor missiles but only an electronic warfare device. On 10 April 2014, the USS Donald Cook entered the waters of the Black Sea and on 12 April a Russian Su-24 tactical bomber flew over the vessel triggering an incident that, according to several media reports, completely demoralized its crew, so much so that the Pentagon issued a protest.

(Nov 08 2014) - How the Government Controls the Drug Trade
UNITED NATIONS -- The annual global drug trades estimated value has passed $435 billion according to data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). While governments across the world, including the United States, spend countless dollars on the war on drugs, their true intentions are not as it seems. Whether it be Marijuana or Heroin, rogue elements in the federal government have assured that the drug trade will continue to grow. Despite occupying the nation of Afghanistan for more than a decade, the U.S. governments presence in the region has only helped Opium production reach record levels.

(Nov 08 2014) - Foundation of US nuclear system showing cracks
WASH D.C. -- The foundation of America's nuclear arsenal is fractured, and the govt has no clear plan to repair it. The cracks appear not just in the military forces equipped with nuclear weapons but also in the civilian bureaucracy that controls them, justifies their cost, plans their future and is responsible for explaining a defense policy that says nuclear weapons are at once essential and excessive. It's not clear that the govt recognizes the full scope of the problem, which has wormed its way to the core of the nuclear weapons business without disturbing bureaucracies fixated on defending their own turf.

(Nov 08 2014) - Military names 5 U.S. bases for Ebola mission troops
WASH D.C. -- The top U.S. military officer has designated five U.S. bases where American troops would be housed and isolated for 21 days upon returning from Africa after serving in the Ebola response mission, U.S. officials said Friday. Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, signed a plan that lists Fort Hood and Fort Bliss, Texas; Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; and Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, as bases where troops would be quarantined. The U.S. also will use two bases in Italy and Germany for returning troops based in that region.

(Nov 07 2014) - New Amazon Device ... Tracks Users in Their Homes
U.S.A. -- Controlled by a users voice, Amazon boasts the devices ability to answer questions, provide weather updates, and play music. Amazon Echo is designed around your voice. Its always on - just ask for information, music, news, weather, and more, Amazon states. Echo begins working as soon as it hears you say the wake word, Alexa. Its also an expertly - tuned speaker that can fill any room with immersive sound. Using far-field voice recognition, the Echo can detect and analyze voices even when other loud noises are prevalent.

(Nov 06 2014) - Rap Sheets, Watchlists & Spy Networks now available ...
U.S.A. -- Law enforcement officials nationwide now have the ability to search multiple sensitive databases, including spy agency intranets and homeland security suspicious activity reporting with a single login. The breakthrough in interconnectivity is expected to close information gaps that, among other things, have contributed to the rise in homegrown terrorism and school shootings.

(Nov 05 2014) - Busy time for Russian strategic forces
RUSSIA -- Quite a few people have noticed the relatively high level of activity of the Russian strategic forces - in the past few days Russia tested a Bulava SLBM from Yury Dolgorukiy submarine, a Topol-M missile from Plesetsk, and a Sineva missile from the Tula submarine. Its strategic bombers have also been very active recently. And this is probably not the end of it yet - the word is that Russia will launch an SS-18 ICBM (most likely R-36M2) from Dombarovskiy/Yasnyy in the coming days.

(Nov 04 2014) - Ukraine 'ready for attacks inside Russia'
UKRAINE -- A Ukrainian lawmaker, who is also the leader of a volunteer battalion, says brigades like his are ready to intrude into Russia to carry out attacks on Russian territory. Yuri Bereza, the leader of the Dnepr-1 battalion, made the remarks during a televised interview with a Ukrainian broadcaster. Today, we are ready not just to defend [Ukraine], but to invade the Russian Federation, break into it with reconnaissance detachments and sabotage groups, said Bereza.

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(Nov 03 2014) - Navy intel chief's security clearance suspended ...
U.S.A. -- The head of naval intelligence has not been able to view classified information for an entire year. Vice Adm. Ted Branch, the director of naval intelligence, had his security clearance suspended in November 2013 after being investigated for possible misconduct. In the year since, no charges have been filed and there is no sense of when they might be, leaving the Navy in an untenable situation. If classified information is being discussed at a meeting, the director of naval intelligence has to leave the room.

(Nov 03 2014) - Air Force fires 2 nuclear commanders for leadership lapses
U.S.A. -- The Air Force on Monday fired two more nuclear commanders and disciplined a third, fresh evidence of leadership lapses in a nuclear missile corps that has suffered a rash of recent setbacks, including the firing last year of its top commander. The most senior officer to be relieved Monday was Col. Carl Jones, the No. 2 commander of the 90th Missile Wing at F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, in charge of 150 of the Air Force's 450 Minuteman 3 nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles. He was dismissed "for a loss of trust and confidence in his leadership abilities," and has been reassigned as a special assistant to the wing commander.

(Nov 03 2014) - Russia Conducts Full "Nuclear Triad" Drill ...
RUSSIA -- While east Ukraine, aka the Donetsk Republic, was voting over the weekend in what the west pre-emptively classified as another sham vote as its outcome would merely push east Ukraine even closer to the Kremlin, Russia was busy conducting its most comprehensive Nuclear preparedness drill in recent history, one involving the entire "nuclear triad" consisting of strategic bombers; submarines and an the ICBM shown below on Saturday morning.

(Nov 01 2014) - Fort Bliss garrison commander relieved of duty
TEXAS -- The Fort Bliss Garrison Commander has been relieved of duty following an investigation into misconduct allegations, post officials said Friday evening. Col. Thomas Munsey had been suspended earlier this month when an investigation began. "Maj. Gen. Stephen Twitty, 1st Armored Division and Fort Bliss Commander, officially relieved Col. Thomas Munsey of command on Friday for a lack of trust and confidence in Munsey's ability to command based on the results of the investigation," stated a Fort Bliss news release.

(Nov 01 2014) - Mass Surveillance: Collective Behavior Monitoring & Control
WORLD -- No more than 600 families with only 13 families at the core, have been exploiting, plundering, and ruling over more than 600 billion people. It is a very scary, and, rather, precarious state For the Ruling Classes. Even though the 600 billions are in awe fully conditioned from the birth to obey and respect the law and authority of the rulers, the Ruling Elites themselves are fully aware that their fate hangs by a hair and, has been so hanging for more than two centuries. They know it very well that a wrong swing in the collective mood of the masses, and they may go the way of Czar Alexandrovich Romanov. It is, therefore, the matter of survival for the ruling elites to keep tab on the public mood to make sure it doesnt swing in the wrong direction. That is where the Mass Surveillance fits in ...

(Oct 31 2014) - Your new TV is spying on you & its worse than you can imagine
WORLD -- The amount of data this new TV collects is staggering. It logs where, when, how and for how long you use the TV. It sets tracking cookies and beacons designed to detect when you have viewed particular content or a particular email message. It records the apps you use, the websites you visit, and how you interact with content. It ignores do-not-track requests as a considered matter of policy. It also has a built-in camera with facial recognition, that's stealing you & your family's identity. The purpose is to provide gesture control for the TV and enable you to log in to a personalized account using your face.

(Oct 30 2014) - FEMA conducts pandemic training in NY, NJ
NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY -- Talk about timing. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, is currently in the middle of a two-year pandemic training exercise with New York City and northern New Jersey. Titled 2013-14 Pandemic Influenza Continuity Exercise Strategy, the FEMA training simulates a global pandemic of influenza that spreads from person to person, including in the U.S. The Obama administration, meanwhile, is under fire for its mishandling of the Ebola crisis, allowing infected people to enter the country and cause widespread panic and political turmoil as officials make claims and promises that turn out to be false.

(Oct 30 2014) - RAF jets scrambled to meet 'unusual' level of Russian bombers
BRITAIN -- Two Eurofighter Typhoons were dispatched from RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland to meet a pair of Tupolev Tu-95 which are icons from the Cold War. It happened as the strategic bombers flew south over the North Sea and they were later tracked by Portuguese F-16s in the Atlantic before they flew home. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) said: "The RAF Typhoon pilots visually identified the Russian aircraft and escorted them through the UK flight information region."

(Oct 30 2014) - Navy's Largest Exercise Underway in the Middle East
MANAMA, Bahrain (NNS) -- The International Mine Countermeasures Exercise (IMCMEX), the world's largest naval exercise, with 44 participating nations from six continents, began with the Maritime Infrastructure Protection Symposium in Manama, Bahrain, Oct. 27. The exercise is organized and led by U.S. Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT)/U.S. 5th Fleet. IMCMEX is an opportunity for more than 6,500 personnel from navies around the world to hone the intricate defensive techniques necessary to search for and dispose of mines, which represent a threat to all nations worldwide.

(Oct 30 2014) - FBI Quietly Seeks Broader Hacking Powers
WASH D.C. -- The FBI is seeking to expand its hacking and surveillance powers through "an apparently backdoor route," the Guardian reported Wednesday, a move that civil liberties groups say could infringe upon constitutional rights. The Department of Justice has proposed an amendment to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, having to do with warrants for remote access to electronic data. The rule changes, according to the DOJ, would make it easier for law enforcement "to investigate and prosecute ... crimes involving Internet anonymizing technologies," such as Tor.

(Oct 29 2014) - Ex-CBS reporter: Government agency hacked my computer
WASH D.C. -- A former CBS News reporter who quit the network over claims it kills stories that put President Obama in a bad light says she was spied on by a government-related entity that planted classified documents on her computer. In her new memoir, Sharyl Attkisson says a source who arranged to have her laptop checked for spyware in 2013 was shocked and flabbergasted at what the analysis revealed. This is outrageous. Worse than anything Nixon ever did. I wouldnt have believed something like this could happen in the United States of America, Attkisson quotes the source saying.

(Oct 28 2014) - Documents Show FBI Impersonated Newspaper's Website ...
SEATTLE -- Spend enough time staring at redacted documents liberated from secretive govt agencies and you're bound to miss a thing or two on the first pass. Chris Soghoian, technologist for the ACLU was browsing through some FBI doc's. The documents date back to 2008 and were obtained by the EFF in 2011. What Soghoian caught fills in the blanks in this story from 2007. FBI agents trying to track the source of e-mailed bomb threats against a Washington high school last month sent the suspect a secret surveillance program designed to surreptitiously monitor him and report back to a govt server, according to an FBI affidavit obtained by Wired News ...

(Oct 27 2014) - Navy officer found dead at Qatar air base
AFGHANISTAN -- A Navy officer found dead at an air base in Qatar was a longtime pilot and reservist nearing retirement, his father said. Cmdr. Christopher E. Kalafut, 49, of Acworth, Ga., was found dead in his room on Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar on Oct. 24, according to his father, Steve Kalafut. His death is under military investigation, as is standard with on-base deaths.

(Oct 25 2014) - Report: CIA Deleted Computer Records About Senate Spying
WASH D.C. -- An investigation by the Senate Sergeant-at-Arms into CIA spying of Senate Intelligence Committee computers wrapped up this week without drawing any significant conclusions as a result of lost computer records reportedly deleted by the agency. Citing sources familiar with the inquiry, The Huffington Post reports CIA erased computer records relevant to the investigation before Senate investigators could get their hands on them - a claim disputed by CIA officials in the same report, who said they provided the records in question.

(Oct 24 2014) - All the NSA will say re: its Top Spy is that Shes Resigning
U.S.A. -- Teresa Shea used to be the National Security Agencys director of signals intelligence, plus the wife of an executive in the business of selling things to agencies like hers, plus the host of a home-based signals intelligence business, plus the owner, via yet another business, of a six-seat airplane and resort-town condo. Shes going to have to drop the first arrangement. After controversy in the press about her apparent conflicts of interests, Shea is stepping down from the NSA, according to Buzzfeeds Aram Roston.

(Oct 24 2014) - Head of Ft Benning Warrior Training Center relieved of command
GEORGIA -- The head of the Warrior Training Center, a Fort Benning, Georgia-based unit that offers pre-Ranger and other training primarily for Army National Guard soldiers, was relieved of command Oct. 9 and is under investigation, the base announced Friday. A base spokeswoman would not comment on details of the investigation. However, questions had been raised prior to the announcement as to whether Lt. Col. Gerald H. Green III was eligible to wear the Ranger and Sapper tabs.

(Oct 24 2014) - US & NATO scrambling jets almost daily to meet Russian incursions
U.S.A. -- Trying to read the mind of Russian President Vladimir Putin is an iffy proposition. So it becomes very difficult to decipher what message Putin is sending by constantly testing US and our ally's response to nearly daily incursions by Russian warplanes. Surely, there is a military aspect to the provocations. But a gigantic game of chess is being played out on 3 continents, and so far, it looks like Putin is 3 moves ahead.

(Oct 24 2014) - China wants to strengthen military ties with Iran
IRAN -- China wants to strengthen its military ties with Iran, the nations Defense Minister said today, confirming Beijings commitment to expand diplomatic and political connections with Tehran despite concerns over the Islamic Republics nuclear program. The Defense Minister of the Peoples Republic of China Chang Wanquan said that the two nations militaries have practiced good cooperation on mutual visits, personnel training, and other fields in recent years ...

(Oct 23 2014) - Bluetooth spying beacons uncovered in LA & Chicago
LOS ANGELES -- Devices identical to those secretly planted in New York City phone booths have been installed in public spaces in Los Angeles and Chicago. The Bluetooth devices known as beacons were installed in bus benches in Los Angeles and train stations in Chicago. Additional information obtained suggests that the devices were also installed in San Francisco, though BuzzFeed News was unable to independently confirm that allegation. In L.A., beacons have been installed in less than 5% of the citys more than 5,000 bus benches, according to Randall Smith, CEO of Martin Outdoor Advertising. (Five percent of 5,000 would be 250 benches.)

(Oct 21 2014) - Afghan opium poppy yield hits all-time high
AFGHANISTAN -- Opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan has hit an all-time high despite years of counter-narcotics efforts that have cost the US $7.6bn, according to a US government watchdog. The UN Office on Drugs and Crime reported that Afghan farmers grew an unprecedented 209,000 hectares (523,000 acres) of opium poppy in 2013, surpassing the previous high of 193,000 hectares in 2007, said John Sopko, the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction.

(Oct 19 2014) - U.S. Army researchers confirm Ebola variant was airborne in '90
U.S.A. -- U.S. Army virologists working at USAMRIID (U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases) [1] confirmed in 1990 that a strain of Ebola was airborne and could spread through air ducts, resembling the contagiousness of the flu. Details of the airborne transmission and the "nuking" of all the primates in an entire research center are detailed beginning on page 273 of The Hot Zone by Richard Preston, a non-fiction documentary book based on dozens of detailed interviews with top military virologists. This non-fiction book was called "A riveting nonfiction thriller" by the New York Times.

(Oct 19 2014) - Secret Project Created Weaponized Ebola in So Africa in the 80's
SOUTH AFRICA -- Operating out of South Africa during the apartheid era in the early 1980s, Dr. Wouter Basson launched a secret bioweapons project called Project Coast. The goal of the project was to develop biological and chemical agents that would either kill or sterilize the black population and assassinate political enemies. Among the agents developed were Marburg and Ebola viruses. Basson is surrounded by cloak-and-dagger intrigue, as he told Pretoria High court in South Africa that The local CIA agent in Pretoria threatened me with death on the sidewalk of the American Embassy in Schoeman Street. According to a 2001 article in The New Yorker magazine , the American Embassy in Pretoria was terribly concerned that Basson would reveal deep connections between Project Coast and the United States.

(Oct 18 2014) - Military Multi-Service Installation Emergency Management Manual
U.S. ARMY -- The following manual which is only authorized for distribution to U.S. government agencies and their contractors only due to the sensitive nature of information contained in the manual was obtained directly from the official, public U.S. Army publications website ... this publication defines the roles of Department of Defense (DOD) installation commanders and staffs and provides the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) associated with installation planning and preparedness for response to, and recovery from, hazards to save lives, protect property, and sustain mission readiness.

(Oct 16 2014) - US Army Handbook From 2011 States ... Airborne Ebola Cases
NEW YORK -- While Centers for Disease Control and World Health Organization officials continue to insist Ebola cannot be transmitted by air from one person to another, an Army manual clearly warns the virus could be an airborne threat in certain circumstances. The handbook published by the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, USAMRID, titled USAMRIDs Medical Management of Biological Casualties Handbook, is now in its seventh edition.

(Oct 15 2014) - Japan jets scrambling to counter rising Russian incursions
CHITOSE Japan -- The number of times Japanese fighter jets scrambled to ward off Russian military aircraft more than doubled in the last six months, amid diplomatic tensions between the two countries which Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is keen to ease. The increased activity in Japan's north also comes as the armed forces pivot their focus southwards towards China, the assertive Asian giant which is seen in Tokyo as the more immediate challenge.

(Oct 15 2014) - US Troops Found Huge Caches of Chemical Weapons in Iraq
IRAQ -- Turns out George W. Bush was right all along ... Numerous US troops found and were exposed to chemical weapons while serving in Iraq after the 2003 invasion of the country, and they were plagued by not only the terrible after effects, but substandard medical care and little recognition after the military attempted to keep the discovery of the munitions a secret.

(Oct 13 2014) - Probe of silencers leads to web of Pentagon secrets
CALIFORNIA -- The mysterious workings of a Pentagon office that oversees clandestine operations are unraveling in federal court, where a criminal investigation has exposed a secret weapons program entwined with allegations of a sweetheart contract, fake badges and trails of destroyed evidence. Capping an investigation that began almost two years ago, separate trials are scheduled this month in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., for a civilian Navy intelligence official and a hot-rod auto mechanic from California who prosecutors allege conspired to manufacture an untraceable batch of automatic-rifle silencers.

(Oct 11 2014) - Russia Moving Nukes Into Crimea ...
RUSSIA -- Day after day, the scene in Ukraine seems to be looking more and more unstable. The brinksmanship of the Cold War appears to be making a comeback in Europe, as Russia asserts its claims over Ukraine. Recently, Putin has ordered the Russian military to begin moving tactical nuclear weapons into Crimea, as well as several Tu-22 nuclear armed bombers. The event has U.S. lawmakers in an uproar, and NATO officials shaking in their boots. Theyre throwing around terms like treaty violation and menacing threats to Europe.

(Oct 11 2014) - How the CIA controls the media worldwide
VIRGINIA -- Some readers will see this and immediately dismiss it as Russian propaganda since the interview appeared on RT. This would be a serious mistake. Whether you want to admit it or not, CIA control of the media in the U.S. and abroad is not conspiracy theory, it is conspiracy fact.

(Oct 11 2014) - Garrison commander at Fort Bliss suspended
FORT BLISS, TX. -- A high-ranking officer at Fort Bliss has been suspended while Army officials investigate accusations of misconduct. Fort Bliss spokesman Lt. Col. Lee Peters says the garrison commander, 45-year-old Col. Thomas Munsey, has been taken off the job pending the outcome of the investigation. Peters said Friday it's Army policy to not comment on ongoing investigations and no additional information was being made available.

(Oct 11 2014) - Nation's oldest Army armor unit locked down ...
FORT CARSON CO. -- The nation's oldest Army armor unit at Fort Carson in Colorado remained in lockdown for a second day Friday, after the post began investigating "the unauthorized removal of government property," the military said. The lockdown applies to the 1st Battalion 66th Armor Regiment "Iron Knights," an Army spokesman said. Fort Carson chief of media Dani Johnson declined to elaborate Friday on the type of property allegedly removed.

(Oct 10 2014) - Core Secrets: NSA Saboteurs in China and Germany
NSA -- The National Security Agency has had agents in China, Germany, and South Korea working on programs that use physical subversion to infiltrate and compromise networks and devices, according to documents obtained by The Intercept. The documents, leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, also indicate that the agency has used under cover operatives to gain access to sensitive data and systems in the global communications industry, and that these secret agents may have even dealt with American firms. The documents describe a range of clandestine field activities that are among the agencys core secrets when it comes to computer network attacks, details of which are apparently shared with only a small number of officials outside the NSA.

(Oct 08 2014) - Major Marine Corps Drill Focuses on Pandemic Preparation
NORTH CAROLINA -- Marine Corps Air Station New River on Wednesday held a full-scale pandemic outbreak drill where health officials and Marines responded to a smallpox outbreak that occurred aboard the installation. According to Lt. Joseph Kotora, the public health emergency officer for Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, the Exercise Vigilant Response drill was the first of its kind at a military installation in North Carolina. The drills are usually conducted annually or semi-annually, said Kotora. A drill this size has never been conducted, so this is the largest pandemic exercise to my knowledge.

(Oct 08 2014) - Martial law shakes hands with the US vaccine program
U.S.A. -- I wrote this one in 2012. The relevance to the current Ebola crisis should be obvious, especially since it seems that every pharmaceutical company now working overtime on Ebola drugs and vaccines is receiving funding from the Pentagon. Who knew the Pentagon had muscled into the US vaccine program? DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) has been doing research on vaccine production. Theyve found a way to produce flu vaccines a lot faster than Big Pharma.

(Oct 08 2014) - Bombshell: Pilot ... Warns of Illegal Muslims flying into US
U.S.A. -- We are all aware of the Obama administrations orchestrated invasion of illegals across our southern border. There is no debate in the matter that it was purposeful. We have also been aware that this lawless administration has paved the way for tens of thousands of Muslims from Syria to receive asylum via New Jersey. Earlier this year, a pilot by the name of Dennis Welky claimed that he was fired because he would not sign a waiver of his constitutional rights.

(Oct 07 2014) - Windows 10's 'built-in keylogger' ???
U.S.A. -- Don't want Microsoft tracking you online and collecting data on your computing habits? Then you probably shouldn't install the Windows 10 Technical Preview, Redmond says. The interwebs were abuzz on Monday over concerns about the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy of Microsoft's newly released, not-even-beta-yet OS, with some sites going as far as to claim that Windows 10 comes with a "built-in keylogger" to watch users' every move. Turns out these Chicken Littles were right sort of but according to Microsoft they should have known about the data collection from the get-go, because they agreed to it.

(Oct 06 2014) - Yahoo, Lycos, WinZip all hacked using Shellshock vulnerability
U.S.A. -- "Yahoo! Has been HACKED, and all your information with them is now in danger! All stemming from them not keeping up with technology and failing to patch a world-known vulnerability! This document is being released due to several high profile companies being infiltrated using the recent Shellshock vulnerability, and what I have deemed as an improper response, or lack thereof, to resolving the issue from certain key companies contacted, as well as the FBI. Amongst the affected companies are Yahoo! and Lycos, major players and names in the technology world. This breach affects ALL of us in one way or another, and it's crucial that this problem be resolved with haste ... "

(Oct 06 2014) - Operation Crimson Mist : Electronic Slaughter in Rwanda
RWANDA -- During the late afternoon of 6 April 1994, a hail of cannon shells tore through the fuselage of a commercial airliner flying overhead central Rwanda. Several seconds later the blazing plane exploded on impact with the ground, killing President Habyarimana of Rwanda, President Ntaryamira of Burundi, and most of their senior government officials. In that fatal millisecond of time, the entire political command structure of central Africa was decapitated, leaving the way open for Operation Crimson Mist, the most obscene terminal mind control experiment ever mounted by the United States of America against a sovereign nation. That Crimson Mist has been used again recently on a smaller scale in Iraq, is now beyond doubt.

(Oct 04 2014) - China tests 10,000-km range nuclear missile
CHINA -- China has flight-tested an upgraded version of its 10,000-km range Dongfeng missile which could reach most of the U.S. and European cities, days before its National Day on October 1, 2014 to demonstrate its nuclear capability, media reports said. The first flight-test of an upgraded mobile intercontinental ballistic missile in the lead up to National Day aimed to show the world that China was reinforcing its nuclear deterrent, it quoted military experts as saying.

(Sep 30 2014) - UAE is ready to take thousands of used MRAP vehicles
U.A.E. -- In an unprecedented move the the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has approached the US government to some 4,500 used Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicles. Veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, the vehicles include about 3,360 International MaxxPro of various types and 1,150 BAE Systems Caiman multi-terrain vehicles. 44 MRAP All Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV) are also bundled in the package that is expected to cost over $2.5 billion. Sofar the US Army has donated these vehicles to foreign countries that supported the fight in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as to domestic police and law enforcement agencies in the USA.

(Jul 11 2014) - C.D.C. closes Anthrax & Flu Labs after Accidents
GEORGIA -- After potentially serious back-to-back laboratory accidents, federal health officials announced Friday that they had temporarily closed the flu and anthrax laboratories at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta and halted shipments of all infectious agents from the agency's highest-security labs. The accidents, and the C.D.C.'s emphatic response to them, could have important consequences for the many laboratories that store high-risk agents and the few that, even more controversially, specialize in making them more dangerous for research purposes.

(Jul 10 2014) - FEMA camps popping up nationwide under new DoD authorization
BIG FLATS, NY -- The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) are now scouting for unused facilities, such as massive airport hangars and other structures, to be converted into FEMA camps as soon as possible to accommodate the massive influx of illegal aliens being shipped across the border via U.S. funded operations.

(Jul 10 2014) - The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control
LONDON -- On 5 July he spoke at a conference in London organised by the Centre for Investigative Journalism and revealed the extent of the surveillance programs unleashed by the Bush and Obama administrations. "At least 80% of fibre-optic cables globally go via the US", Binney said. "This is no accident and allows the US to view all communication coming in. At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US. The NSA lies about what it stores."

(Jul 09 2014) - Chinese Hackers Pursue Key Data on U.S. Workers
WASH D.C. -- Chinese hackers in March broke into the computer networks of the U.S. gov't agency that houses the personal information of all federal employees, according to senior American officials. They appeared to be targeting the files on tens of thousands of employees who have applied for TOP-SECRET security clearances. The hackers gained access to some of the databases of the Office of Personnel Management before the federal authorities detected the threat and blocked them from the network, according to the officials. It is not yet clear how far the hackers penetrated the agency's systems ...

(Jul 09 2014) - North Korea launches two short-range missiles into sea
TOKYO -- North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles in the Sea of ​​Japan, the government of Japan reported. According to the Cabinet of Ministers, the two missiles were fired from the south-west coast of North Korea. It did not cause any damage. Presumably, North Korea launched Scud missiles that flew almost 500 km.

WASH D.C. -- The Brazilian military regime employed a "sophisticated and elaborate psychophysical duress system" to "intimidate and terrify" suspected leftist militants in the early 1970s, according to a State Department report dated in April 1973 and made public last week. Among the torture techniques used during the military era, the report detailed "special effects" rooms at Brazilian military detention centers in which suspects would be "placed nude" on a metal floor "through which electric current is pulsated."

(Jul 08 2014) - Vials of Smallpox Virus found in 'Unapproved' Lab
MARYLAND -- Vials of the virus that causes smallpox were found in a National Institutes of Health research building that was unequipped and unapproved to handle the deadly pathogen, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Because it's so infectious, the smallpox virus is considered a bioterrorism threat and is only permitted in two labs in the world: One at the CDC's Atlanta headquarters and another at the VECTOR Institute in Russia. The newly discovered vials violate an international agreement reached in 1979 aimed at keeping the virus eradicated while allowing some scientists to continue studying it. The vials were found in a cold storage room in the Bethesda, Maryland, research building.

(Jul 08 2014) - US 'kidnaps' Russian MP's son to 'exchange him for Snowden'
RUSSIA -- A Russian MP claims the US kidnapped his son from the Maldives on bogus cyber-fraud charges and may be preparing to offer him as bait in a swap deal for Edward Snowden. Roman Seleznyov, 30, was arrested at Male international airport as he was about to board a flight to Moscow. He was forced by US secret service agents to board a private plane to Guam and was later arrested. The Russian ministry slammed his detention as "a de-facto kidnapping."

(Jul 08 2014) - US military studied how to influence Twitter users
DARPA -- The activities of users of Twitter & other social media services were recorded & analysed as part of a major project funded by the US military, in a program that covers ground similar to Facebook's controversial experiment into how to control emotions by manipulating news feeds. Research funded directly or indirectly by the DOD's military research department, known as DARPA, has involved users of some of the internet's largest destinations ...

(Jul 03 2014) - U.S. grounds entire F-35 fleet pending engine inspections
WASH D.C. -- The U.S. military said it had grounded the entire fleet of 97 Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 fighter jets until completion of additional inspections of the warplane's single engine built by Pratt & Whitney, a unit of United Technologies Corp. The Pentagon's F-35 program office, Air Force and Navy issued directives on Thursday ordering the suspension of all F-35 flights after a June 23 fire on an Air Force F-35A jet at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.

(Jul 03 2014) - UK spy agency sued by IP's over malware attacks
BRITAIN -- A group of Internet service providers from North America, Europe, Asia & Africa have filed a lawsuit against Britain's foremost signals intelligence agency, accusing it of hurting their business by spying on them. The legal complaint was filed against the General Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the British govt agency tasked with communications interception, which also provides information assurance to both civilian & military components of the British state.

(Jul 03 2014) - The Most ambitious Artificial Intelligence Project in the World ...
U.S.A. -- "We've been keeping a very low profile, mostly intentionally," said Doug Lenat, President and CEO of Cycorp. "No outside investments, no debts. We don't write very many articles or go to conferences, but for the first time, we're close to having this be applicable enough that we want to talk to you." IBM's Watson and Apple's Siri stirred up a hunger and awareness throughout the United States for something like a Star Trek computer that really worked ...

(Jul 02 2014) - Wiretap Report 2013
U.S.A. -- This report covers intercepts concluded between Jan 1, 2013, and Dec 31, 2013, and provides supplementary info on arrests and convictions resulting from intercepts concluded in prior years. Forty-eight jurisdictions (the federal govt, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and 44 states) currently have laws that authorize courts to issue orders permitting wire, oral, or electronic surveillance.

(Jul 02 2014) - DARPA Has Genetically Engineered Super Blood ...
DARPA -- Biological warfare might be the next big concern for the military, but it has come up with an appropriately sci-fi invention of its own: genetically engineered blood. A new study funded by DARPA, the scientific research arm of the military, has figured out how human red blood cells can be modified to produce and deliver protein antidotes and other antibody-based medicines throughout the body. With blood transfusions, these cells could theoretically neutralize biological toxins for soldiers on the battlefield.

(Jun 30 2014) - FBI, CIA use Backdoor Searches to ... Spy on Americans
U.S.A. -- The other shoe just dropped when it comes to how the federal government illegally spies on Americans. Last summer, the details of the NSA's "backdoor searches" were revealed ... the "backdoor searches" were a special loophole added in 2011 allowing the NSA to make use of "US person names and identifiers as query terms." In the past, it had been limited (as per the NSA's mandate) to only non-US persons.

(Jun 30 2014) - Secret underground base beneath Denver International Airport
DENVER -- The Denver International Airport (DIA) is nestled on a vast 53 square mile complex and is owned and operated by the City of Denver. In fact, it's the largest airport in the United States, in terms of land mass garnered, and the second largest airport in the world to Saudi Arabia's King Fahd International Airport as I pointed out in my appearance on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.

(Jun 30 2014) - Russian sailors get French warship training
FRANCE -- A group of 400 Russian sailors has arrived in France for training aboard one of two warships that France is selling to Russia despite US criticism. The sailors will spend the summer in Saint-Nazaire learning to operate the Mistral-class amphibious assault ships. President Francois Hollande insists the sanctions imposed on Russia following its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine do not cover military hardware.

(Jun 27 2014) - Chinese Navy near Hawaii: Participating in US-led drill
HAWAII -- For the first time ever Chinese warships are taking part in the world's largest naval drills: the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC), biannual US-led training of Asia-Pacific regional navies traditionally conducted off the Hawaiian Islands since 1971. RIMPAC will last for over a month, from June 26 to August 1. The ongoing drill involves 47 surface ships, six submarines, over 200 aircraft, and 25,000 troops from 22 countries.

(Jun 27 2014) - Pentagon orders 500 new state-of-the-art spy glasses
PENTAGON -- The Pentagon has reportedly placed an order for 500 high-tech wearables that will give Google Glass a run for its money. According to Defense One technology editor Patrick Turner, the United States Department of Defense is acquiring a cache of the state-of-the-art X6 glasses from San Francisco's Osterhout Design Group that will "give spooks in the field an intelligence edge over everybody else." Defense One got to get an up-close-and-personal demonstration of the new DOD gear during a recent symposium at the Defense Intelligence Agency's Washington, DC headquarters ...

(Jun 26 2014) - Google Glass Hacked, Can Record Everything You Stare At
WORLD -- Hackers have already proven smarter than smartphones or just about any other connected electronic device, and soon they'll hack into your fridge, thermostat, and toilet. The NSA got into your files stored in the clou'’s "secure" data centers. Chinese authorities got everything on your laptop that you left in your hotel room while going for quick beer at the bar downstairs. And now Dutch hackers, um "computer experts," have commandeered Google Glass to take pics and videos of everything you're looking at.

(Jun 25 2014) - How governments can take control of smartphones
CANADA -- "Legal malware" produced by the Italian firm Hacking Team can take total control of your mobile phone. That's according to Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab and University of Toronto's Citizen Lab (which also obtained a user manual). Operating since 2001, the Milan-based Hacking Team employs over 50 people and offers clients the ability to "take control of your targets and monitor them regardless of encryption and mobility," while "keeping an eye on all your targets and manage them remotely, all from a single screen."

(Jun 24 2014) - Russia test fires 6 New Air-Launched Cruise Missiles
RUSSIA -- Russian strategic air forces fired six new, precision-strike cruise missiles in test launches Friday amid new tensions between Moscow and the West over the crisis in Ukraine. Russia's Defense Ministry announced Friday that the missile firings took place during exercises involving eight Tu-95 Bear bombers - the same type of strategic bomber recently intercepted 50 miles off the California coast by U.S. jets.

(Jun 24 2014) - Google Glass Snoopers Can Steal Your Passcode ...
MASSACHUETTS -- The odds are you can't make out the PIN of that guy with the sun glaring obliquely off his iPad's screen across the coffee shop. But if he's wearing Google Glass or a smartwatch, he probably can see yours. Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell found they could use video from wearables like Google Glass and the Samsung smartwatch to surreptitiously pick up four-digit PIN codes typed onto an iPad from almost 10 feet away—and from nearly 150 feet with a high-def camcorder.

(Jun 23 2014) - U.S. prepares for awkward military engagement with China in Hawaii
HAWAII -- The U.S. Navy has dispatched numerous ships to Hawaii as it prepares for Rim of the Pacific 2014, the world's largest international maritime exercise. It will involve 49 surface ships and six submarines from 23 countries this year, but the inclusion of one - China - will get an inordinate amount of attention. The People's Liberation Army of China will participate in the exercise for the first time, sending ships that include the missile destroyer Haikou, the missile frigate Yueyang, the oiler Qiandaohu and the hospital ship Peace Ark.

(Jun 20 2014) - Secret Space War Terra Forming ???
WORLD -- As you can see I have had this file for some time I attempted to post this 6 months ago and received an email from a 33 degree Mason and was told in no circumstances was I to post this and that if I did I could expect the CIA, FBI, TOP SECRET AGENCY WOULD CROSS THE BOARDER IN TO CANADA AND BE KNOCKING ON MY DOOR. Well as you can see I know longer care and will not be stopped from opening up peoples eyes.

(Jun 19 2014) - NSA uses 33 countries to intercept web traffic
NSA -- The United States has made top-secret deals with more than 30 third-party countries so that the National Security Agency can tap into fiber optic cables carrying internet data in those parts of the world, new leaks reveal. Documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and published on Wednesday by journalists at The Intercept and Denmark's Dagbladet Information show publically for the first time an intelligence gathering operation waged in 33 countries where secret arrangements exist to broaden American surveillance abilities.

(Jun 18 2014) - RAF Typhoons intercept Russian bomber and fighters
BALTIC -- RAF Typhoon fighter jets were scrambled into action to head off four separate groups of Russian aircraft which were spotted flying near the Baltic on Tuesday. Two jets from 3 (Fighter) Squadron were dispatched to ensure the planes did not encroach on the airspace of Estonia, Lithuania or Latvia as part of their Nato mission to police the area.

(Jun 17 2014) - UN armored cars seen in Georgia, USA
GEORGIA -- A man driving on a freeway coming out of Alabama in southern Georgia took this video of at least two flat-back trucks, each carrying two brand-new white armored cars bearing the letters "UN" in black. One sharp-eyed reader on YouTube observed that the vehicles "appear to have M231 port firing weapon ports on them." The United States is a sovereign country, not under the UN's jurisdiction. There can be NO legitimate reason why armored trucks of the United Nations should be on American soil, unless the UN vehicles had been manufactured here and are being transported by truck to a port for shipping overseas.

(Jun 17 2014) - This drone shoots crowds with pepper spray paintballs
SOUTH AFRICA -- Crowds of protesters could soon come under attack from riot control drones outfitted with paintball guns, strobe lights, and speakers. The Skunk Riot Control Copter, built by South African company Desert Wolf, has a suite of cameras and four paintball guns strapped to its chassis to help its operators monitor and control unruly crowds. The guns can fire ammunition from four different hoppers, meaning the drone operators can shoot protesters with dye markers, solid plastic pellets, or small capsules of pepper spray.

(Jun 17 2014) - AT&T confirms data breach for mobile users
U.S.A. -- AT&T has confirmed that attackers have compromised the personal information of some mobile account holders. In a letter mailed to customers, AT&T revealed that three employees of one of its service providers managed to access personal information without authorization. The service provider unlocks cell phones for its customers upon their request. The stolen information includes Social Security numbers and call records, i.e. details about the date, time, duration and other phone number for every phone call customers make, according to AT&T. The number of users affected has not been disclosed

(Jun 16 2014) - FAA orders Boeing to protect 737s from computer hackers
WASH D.C. -- The FAA has ordered Boeing to modify technology found aboard 737 aircrafts that could be vulnerable to computer hackers. The FAA's order, which was released in the Federal Register, is effective immediately, although the agency is allowing a comment period until July 21. The order is issued for Boeing Models 737-700, -700C, -800, -900ER, -7, -8, and -9 series airplanes -- (t)he network configuration on these models allows increased connectivity with external networks, such as passenger entertainment and information services, which create possible vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers, according to the FAA.

(Jun 12 2014) - Radioactive material stolen from lab in Mexico
MEXICO -- A device containing radioactive substances was stolen from a government research facility and authorities are working to track it down, Mexico's No. 2 official said. "We have the report regarding the theft of this material and the alerts and protocol we follow in these cases have already been implemented," Government Secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong told reporters after speaking at a conference of state law enforcement chiefs and attorneys general.

(Jun 12 2014) - Persistent Surveillance Systems ... Law Enforcement Presentation
OHIO -- The following presentation was produced by an Ohio-based company called Persistent Surveillance Systems that produces systems for wide area surveillance of large sections of a city for law enforcement purposes. The company has been the focus of numerous media reports over the last few months, including a long profile in the Washington Post and a recent video piece produced by PBS and the Center for Investigative Reporting. Despite several pieces about the company, no outlet has provided the public with access to the promotional materials that the company is providing to journalists.

(Jun 12 2014) - Russia sends 24 warships, bombers to Baltic drills ...
BALTIC SEA -- Russia has deployed 24 Baltic Fleet warships and vessels, along with heavy fighter jets and bombers, as reinforcement for military drills in the westernmost Kaliningrad region while NATO stages its own war games across the border. On Wednesday, Moscow deployed a grouping of 24 Baltic Fleet warships and vessels for military drills in its exclave on the Baltic Sea coast. The drills were launched on Tuesday in response to NATO's international drills - Saber Strike 2014 and BALTOPS 2014 - near Russia's border.

(Jun 11 2014) - Russian Bombers Fly Within 50 Miles of California Coast
CALIFORNIA -- Four Russian strategic bombers triggered U.S. air defense systems while conducting practice bombing runs near Alaska this week, with two of the Tu-95 Bear H aircraft coming within 50 miles of the California coast, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (Norad) confirmed Wednesday. "The last time we saw anything similar was two years ago on the Fourth of July," Navy Capt. Jeff Davis, a Norad spokesman, told the Free Beacon.

(Jun 11 2014) - Military's research project 'HAARP' has shut its doors
ALASKA -- A project of the US Department of Defense, the facility was used by the Office of Naval Research, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and DARPA, according to NPR, for projects of an abstruse nature. In addition to communicating with nuclear submarines, these included generating extremely low and very low frequencies (ELF/VLF), artificial auroras, and bouncing radio waves off the Moon.

(Jun 10 2014) - 'Undeniable' report accuses another Chinese military unit of hacking
SAN FRANCISCO -- A private U.S. cybersecurity company on Monday accused a unit of China's military of conducting far-reaching hacking operations to advance the country's satellite and aerospace programs. Security company CrowdStrike said Shanghai-based unit 61486 of the People's Liberation Army 12th bureau has attacked networks of Western government agencies and defense contractors since 2007. CrowdStrike said the hacking targeted the U.S. space, aerospace and communications sectors.

(Jun 09 2014) - Chinese Ships Head to US-led Pacific Rim Exercises
GUAM -- China for the first time is sending multiple ships to a U.S.-led international maritime drill known as RIMPAC, or Rim of Pacific exercise . China's official media describes the trip as a venture "deep into the tiger's den." Absent from this year's participant list is Russia. Forty-seven ships, along with six submarines, more than 200 aircraft and 25,000 personnel, will participate in this year's RIMPAC exercise. They are heading towards Guam where the ships will meet with those from the United States, Singapore, Brunei and head together to Hawaii, where the exercises will take place from June 26 to August 1. More than 20 nations are expected to participate.

(Jun 09 2014) - New Details on the 1961 Goldsboro Nuclear Accident
WASH D.C. -- A recently declassified report by Sandia National Laboratory, published today by the National Security Archive, provides new details on the 1961 Goldsboro, North Carolina, nuclear weapons accident. While both multi-megaton Mk 39 bombs involved in the mishap were in the "safe" position, the report concluded, by the time one of them hit the ground it was in the "armed" setting because of the impact of the crash. If the shock had not also damaged the switch contacts, the weapon could have detonated. Since the advent of the nuclear age, the nightmarish possibility of an accidental detonation has made weapons safety a boiler-plate item in the U.S. nuclear weapons program - yet potentially serious errors continue to occur.

(Jun 08 2014) - Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) Course Brochure
WASH D.C. -- The National Response Framework provides the Local-State-Federal response sequence. The legal basis for this National Response Doctrine is the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution. As a general rule, the Federal Government must wait for Local/State officials to request Federal assistance. When Federal assistance includes Department of Defense (DOD) participation, such involvement must be under proper authority and after consulting a legal advisor. I. PRESIDENTIAL AUTHORITY ...

(Jun 07 2014) - China Sending Police to France ... ???
FRANCE -- Beijing will be sending police into France to "protect its tourists" traveling there. Such a thing is unconventional to say the least. While most countries respect the sanctity of a sovereign nation, its military and police, Beijing apparently does not. This move signals the increasingly aggressive Chinese stance on protecting its interests abroad. In light of this move, is it too much to ask if Beijing will be the next country to "pull a Crimea" and use force to protect Chinese citizens in other countries as well?

(Jun 06 2014) - Pentagon Report: Lasers Used To Put Voices In Your Head
GERMANY -- Germany's foreign intelligence agency officially lifted the lid on some of its worst-kept secrets today and admitted that several shadowy facilities around the country were spy stations. The Federal Intelligence Service (BND) maintained for decades that it had nothing to do with sites such as the Ionosphere Institute. But internet enthusiasts long suspected their true identities and have been outing them on websites.

(Jun 05 2014) - Pentagon Report: Lasers Used To Put Voices In Your Head
PENTAGON -- A recently unclassified report from the Pentagon from 1998 has revealed an investigation into using laser beams for a few intriguing potential methods of non-lethal torture. Some of the applications the report investigated include putting voices in people's heads, using lasers to trigger uncontrolled neuron firing, and slowly heating the human body to a point of feverish confusion - all from hundreds of meters away.

(Jun 05 2014) - Some numbers about NSA's data collection
U.S.A. -- Today it's exactly one year ago the Snowden-leaks started. Among the many highly classified documents which were disclosed during the past year are various charts that provide us with actual numbers about the amount of data the National Security Agency (NSA) is collecting. Here we will take a look at those numbers and see what we can learn from them by comparing various sources and from breaking them down into NSA-divisions, countries and collection programs.

Timeline of NSA Domestic Spying

(Jun 05 2014) - China brands Windows 8 a threat to national security
CHINA -- It's fair to say China isn't a fan of Windows 8. A few weeks ago, the tiled OS was banned from Chinese government computers, as part of a notice on the use of energy-saving products (if this sounds a bit vague, that's because the reason given is). Then, if that wasn't bad enough news for Microsoft, a state-backed news report broadcast on China's CCTV has really put the boot in, branding the operating system a threat to China's cybersecurity, and suggesting it is being used to spy on Chinese citizens.

(Jun 04 2014) - Secret Service to Track Twitter Users in Real Time
U.S.A. -- The United States Secret Service is set to purchase software that can track Twitter users in real time, prompting concerns that individuals could face greater harassment over tweets deemed to be threatening or anti-government. According to a solicitation posted this week, the federal agency announced its intention to use the tool to undertake "sentiment analysis," "influencer identification," "access to historical Twitter data," "ability to detect sarcasm," and "heat maps" that will show user trends.

(Jun 04 2014) - US Marshals seize Cops' Surveillance Records to deny them to ACLU
FLORIDA -- Hours before a scheduled meeting to surrender records to the American Civil Liberties Union about the use of controversial "stingray" cellphone tracking devices, Sarasota, Florida, police canceled the meeting, saying the U.S. Marshals had seized the records and they were no longer in police possession. Calling the move "blatant violations of open government laws," in the words of staff attorney Nathan Freed Wessler, the ACLU promptly sued, protesting the handoff of sensitive documents to the feds and seeking their return.

(Jun 04 2014) - Facebook's New Feature Has Users Thoroughly Creeped Out
WORLD -- Facebook recently rolled out a new feature that's leaving some users speechless and others running to sign a petition to have it removed, news.com.au reports. The social network's new quirk allows its mobile app to turn on your smartphone's microphone, listen in on what's around you.

(Jun 03 2014) - Russian jet nearly collides with U.S. surveillance aircraft
PACIFIC NORTHEAST -- A Russian Su-27 jet flew dangerously close to a U.S. reconnaissance plane over the Pacific northeast recently in an aerial clash not seen since the Cold War. An Air Force RC-135 electronic intelligence jet was flying a surveillance run some 60 miles off the Russian Far East coast, north of Japan, on April 23 when the incident occurred, according to defense officials familiar with the incident. The Su-27 flew to follow the RC-135, and at one point rolled sideways to reveal its air-to-air missile before flying within 100 feet of the cockpit in an attempt to unnerve the crew.


(Jun 02 2014) - SE Asia's war on drugs is 'fueling production'
S.E. ASIA -- Cultivation of opium in Southeast Asia's notorious Golden Triangle region has doubled in the past decade, according to an in-depth study that rebuffs claims by governments that an aggressive anti-narcotics policy is reaping benefits and improving livelihoods. The findings come a year before the 2015 deadline set by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) bloc to make the region drugs free. Myanmar, the world's second highest opium producer after Afghanistan, remains the driving force.

(Jun 02 2014) - Secret Service Software will 'Detect Sarcasm' in Social Media Users
U.S.A. -- The Secret Service is purchasing software to watch users of social networks in real time, according to contract documents. In a work order posted on Monday, the agency details information the tool will collect -- ranging from emotions of Internet users to old Twitter messages. Its capabilities will include "sentiment analysis," "influencer identification," "access to historical Twitter data," "ability to detect sarcasm," and ...

(May 31 2014) - N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images
UTAH -- The National Security Agency is harvesting huge numbers of images of people from communications that it intercepts through its global surveillance operations for use in sophisticated facial recognition programs, according to top-secret documents. The spy agency's reliance on facial recognition technology has grown significantly over the last four years as the agency has turned to new software to exploit the flood of images included in emails, text messages, social media, videoconferences and other communications, the N.S.A. documents reveal.

(May 29 2014) - Scientists Hacked Monkey Brains to Control Them
MASSACHUSETTS -- While your brain should still be safe from hackers for some time yet, a new study, in which macaques had their choices controlled by electrical impulses, adds to a growing body of work that suggests brains can be manipulated with a surprising degree of precision. Using electrodes implanted in the ventral tegmental area (VTA), a region deep in the brain associated with the reward circuitry of the brain, researchers were able to fundamentally influence the decision making of macaques. The work was published today in Current Biology.

(May 28 2014) - Power in Military Black Budgets
U.S.A. -- The top five military contractors by sales are Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumann, General Dynamics and Raytheon. In addition to the Department of Defense allocations, the top five intelligence agencies that often provide military use applications are the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Security Agency, the National Reconnaissance Office, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Program and the General Defense Intelligence Program. The actual amount of monies that go into funding off the books secret projects, estimated by Bill Sweetman as cited in the Economic Crisis and the Pentagon`s Black Budget, exceeds rational comprehension.

(May 28 2014) - Cyberspying Indictments Will Not Stop China ...
WASH D.C. -- The high-profile U.S. indictments against five Chinese military officers will not encourage China to stop hacking American businesses to steal valuable trade secrets, virtually all of National Journal's National Security Insiders said. It was the first time the U.S. brought a criminal case against a foreign government for cyberspying, but 91.5 percent of NJ's pool of security experts downplayed the move, calling the charges "simply silly" and "an empty gesture."

(May 27 2014) - China Orders Banks to remove High-End IBM servers
CHINA -- A week ago, in retaliation to the inane charges lobbed by the US accusing 5 Chinese army officials of spying on US companies (when the NSA spying scandal on, well, everyone refuses to leave the front pages), China announced it would ban the use of Windows 8 on government computers (considering the quality of Windows 8, this is likely a decision government computers would have taken on their own regardless).

(May 27 2014) - UFO accounts are journalists' stuff of dreams
SKUNK WORKS -- The late Ben Robert Rich was the second director of Lockheed Corp.'s top-secret research and development unit known as the "Skunk Works." Founder and first director of that program was aeronautical engineer Clarence "Kelly" Johnson, who designed elements of the U.S. spy plane known as the U-2. Rich led the development of the F-117 fighter plane, the first operational stealth aircraft; and also worked on the F-104, A-12, SR-71 Blackbird and F-22. He also wrote the book "Skunk Works: A Personal Memoir of my Years of Lockheed." In May 2010, aerospace engineer Tom Keller wrote an article for the Mutual UFO Network's journal that said Ben Rich revealed that extraterrestrial UFO visitors are real ... and ... that the U.S. military has aircraft capable of travel to the stars.

(May 26 2014) - China Attacks, Sinks Vietnamese Fishing Vessel ...
CHINA -- As if global investors needed another excuse to buy stocks, China has escalated geopolitical tensions to 11 on the Spinal Tap amplifier of seriousness. With over 70 vessels in and around the Paracel Islands - where China has provocatively placed an oil rig in disputed Vietnamese territorial waters - it was only a matter of time before the blue touch paper was lit. As Yahoo Japan reports, a Vietnamese fishing vessel has sunk after being rammed by a Chinese vessel and the 10 fishermen have been rescued. While Vietnam has not responded yet, the Coast Guard warned "the situation at the site it very tense."

U.S.A. -- On May 21, 2014, (Dr. Steven Greer) received a cache of Top Secret documents related to "Project Aquarius" , a purported Majestic 12 (MJ-12) covert project related to UFO's/ET's. Previously, summaries of the documents have appeared on the Internet. However, we received photos of the actual documents. To our knowledge, this the first time the ACTUAL (not just a transcript) of the full cache of documents has been released . These documents, as well as their transcription, can be viewed below. It is NOT KNOWN if these are legitimate US government documents.

(May 24 2014) - NSA's largest cable tapping program: DANCINGOASIS
U.S.A. -- On May 13, Glenn Greenwald published his book 'No Place To Hide' about the Snowden-disclosures. It doesn't contain substantial new revelations, but from one of the original documents in it we can determine that NSA's largest cable tapping program is codenamed DANCINGOASIS, something which was not reported on earlier. Here we will combine information from a number of other documents and sources to create a somewhat more complete picture of the DANCINGOASIS program.

(May 23 2014) - Police use cellphone spying device
NEW YORK -- The Erie County sheriff says he's done making public comments about a cellphone surveillance device used by his police agency to gather information on persons of interest. Sheriff Tim Howard told WGRZ Thursday that he won't publicly discuss the matter any longer because doing so could adversely impact investigations. A stingray is a device that mimics a cell tower and thereby tricks all wireless devices on the same network into communicating with it.

(May 22 2014) - AP Exclusive: Botched nuclear silo drill revealed
WASH D.C. (AP) -- An Air Force security team's botched response to a simulated assault on a nuclear missile silo has prompted a blistering review followed by expanded training to deal with the nightmare scenario of a real attack. The Air Force recognized the possibility of such an intrusion as more worrisome after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. But an internal review of the exercise held last summer at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana said the security forces were unable to speedily regain control of the captured silo, and called this a "critical deficiency."

(May 22 2014) - U.S. Special Forces, Foreign Troops Practice Invading Tampa
FLORIDA -- U.S. Special Forces and commandos from 16 foreign nations practiced "invading" Tampa, Fl. this week during an unprecedented international training exercise. Conducted outside the Tampa Convention Center Wednesday, residents looked on as service members from every branch of the U.S. military ran drills alongside commandos from Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Jordan, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland and Thailand. Local newspapers worked to relieve worried residents prior to the exercise, assuring them that the sound of gunshots and low-flying military helicopters was only part of a drill.

(May 22 2014) - TSA to Purchase 24 Million Rounds of "Duty" Ammunition
U.S.A. -- The TSA has issued a solicitation requesting 24 million rounds of .357 SIG "duty ammunition" over a five year period, prompting fresh questions as to whether the federal agency is planning to arm its workers. "Estimated quantity is approximately 4,800,000 rounds of .357 Sig duty ammunition per year, totaling 24,000,000 over the life of the contract," states the solicitation, posted on FedBizOpps, which adds that the ammo is for use at "DHS component locations nationwide." The ammo purchase is likely to spark new questions ...

(May 22 2014) - Koreas exchange fire near disputed sea boundary
SEOUL, South Korea -- North and South Korean warships exchanged artillery fire Thursday in disputed waters off the western coast, South Korean military officials said, in the latest sign of rising animosity between the bitter rivals in recent weeks. Officials from the South's Joint Chiefs of Staff and Defense Ministry said a South Korean navy ship was engaged in a routine patrol near the countries' disputed maritime boundary in the Yellow Sea when a North Korean navy ship fired two artillery shells. The shells did not hit the South Korean ship and fell in waters near it, they said.

(May 21 2014) - Russia conducts test-launch of ballistic missile
RUSSIA -- Russia today carried out a successful test-launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile, news agencies reported citing the defence ministry, amid a standoff between Moscow and the West over Ukraine. Interfax and ITAR-TASS quoted the defence ministry as saying a successful test of the RS-12M Topol ICBM had been carried out from Russia's Kapustin Yar rocket launch site near the Caspian Sea at 2238 IST (1708 GMT).

(May 20 2014) - Chinese Government Bans Windows 8 From Its Machines
CHINA -- The Chinese government has said it will not use Windows 8, the latest version of Microsoft's venerable desktop operating system. The decision was announced last week on the website of the Procurement Center for China's Central Government, but not widely reported until today, when a story appeared from Xinhua, China's state news agency. In an emailed statement, Microsoft said it would continue to work with the Central Government Procurement Center and other government agencies.

(May 20 2014) - White House: CIA has ended use of vaccine programmes
PAKISTAN -- The CIA has ended the use of vaccine programmes in its spying operations amid concerns for the safety of health workers, the White House has said. In a letter to US public health schools, a White House aide said the CIA stopped such practices in August. The CIA reportedly used a fake vaccine programme in its effort to learn the whereabouts of Osama Bin Laden.

(May 19 2014) - Scientists Fearlessly Create Bizarre Human/Animal Hybrids
WORLD -- Did you know that scientists are creating cow/human hybrids, pig/human hybrids and even mouse/human hybrids? This is happening every single day in labs all over the western world, but most people have never even heard about it. So would you drink milk from a cow/human hybrid that produces milk that is almost identical to human breast milk? And how would you interact with a mouse that has a brain that is almost entirely human?

(May 19 2014) - Russian battleships in Shanghai for joint naval drills
SHANGHAI -- A squadron of Russia's Navy Pacific Fleet has arrived in Shanghai to participate in joint Russian-Chinese naval training dubbed 'Joint Sea-2014'. The drills in the northern part of the East China Sea start on Tuesday and will go on until May 26. The Russian squadron consists of six battleships and support vessels: the flagship of the Pacific Fleet, missile cruiser Varyag, anti-submarine destroyer Admiral Panteleyev, large landing ship Admiral Nevelskoy, anti-surface destroyer Bystry, tanker Ilim and ocean tug Kalar.

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People and the Planet

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Popular Mechanics Investigates UFO Myths

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Ready for the NEW WORLD ORDER ? European leaders in Berlin have agreed on the need to regulate all financial markets including hedge funds. Leaders of Europe's major economies said a global solution was needed to the current financial crisis. German Chancellor Angela Merkel highlighted that leaders faced an "extraordinary international crisis". But leaders including UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown warned against reverting to protectionism in such a difficult economic climate. The Berlin gathering is a precursor to the next meeting of the G20 group of major developed and developing countries in London on 2 April, which aims to rewrite the rules of the global financial system. "There is a need for a global new deal so that the world economy can recover" said Mr Brown to ensure an economy that is based on the "soundest principles".

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HDTV to Control Masses in USA ?

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The public as a whole, hasn't a clue what could take place after Feb 17th 2009, when "ALL TV PROGRAMMING" stops analogue transmissions and flips the swith to digital. The Porterville Post could be wrong in this assumption, but as far as we are concerned, we can appologize later if we are wrong, but if we are right ... YOU BETTER PAY ATTENTION to what this article says and do a little research yourself. Our shawdow government has spent too much time and tax payers monies to let this technology go to waist or to let it get into the hands of other NWO governments and corporations. Once we find a solution, the POST will let you know. In the mean time ... PRAY that the POST IS WRONG. We really hope we are.

CBS 60 Minutes : Reading Your Mind

(CBS 60 Min) -- How Technology May Soon "Read" Your Mind : How often have you wondered what your spouse is really thinking? Or your boss? Or the guy sitting across from you on the bus? We all take as a given that we'll never really know for sure. The content of our thoughts is our own - private, secret, and unknowable by anyone else. Until now, that is. As correspondent Lesley Stahl reports, neuroscience research into how we think and what we're thinking is advancing at a stunning rate, making it possible for the first time in human history to peer directly into the brain to read out the physical make-up of our thoughts, some would say to read our minds.

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Back in 1988, John Carpentar came out with a partial sci-fi "B-Rated" movie called "They Live". The central theme in this film was the concern that the government had gone too far in eaves-dropping and media-manipulation of the masses. 20 years ago, John Carpenter presented this "Big-Brother B-Rated Movie" to the public, I believe, as a warning. What do you think ?


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The AVC Advantage voting machine is made by Sequoia Voting Systems and has been used in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Louisiana, and other states. Pursuant to a Court Order in New Jersey Superior Court, we examined this voting machine as well as its computer program code. On October 17, 2008 the Court permitted us to release to the public a redacted version of our report. The report was originally submitted to the Court on September 2 in the form of an expert-witness report by Andrew W. Appel. The Court has released this redacted version to the public. The version we release here, linked in boldface above, is the same as the Court's redacted version, but with a few introductory paragraphs about the court case, Gusciora v. Corzine. The AVC Advantage contains a computer. If someone installs a different computer program for that computer to run, it can deliberately add up the votes wrong. It's easy to make a computer program that steals votes from one party's candidates, and gives them to another, while taking care to make the total number of votes come out right.

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The War on Drugs is a Joke : At the end of the Vietnam conflict - during the evacuation - I {A.L.Lucketta} personally witnessed our own U.S. military government load and unload "Black-Tar Heroin" from the Helo's {SH3-Gulfs} I flew in as a SAR Crewman. Since many of the officers knew that I knew what they were involved with and were afraid that I'd turn them in, convinced Lt. Coronal Vasquez - my superior commander at the time - to either set me up or to force me out of the Navy. They choose the latter and my DD-214 was changed to reflect a 3 month early out ... if I chose to go to college. I left the Navy {Imperial Baech} at that point and a career that I had hoped would take me around the world, because no one would listen ... then, and no one listens now ! NO ONE !

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Just when you thought it was no longer safe to go out after dark, the government has stepped up to quench those fears. In the coming days and months, be prepared to see more and more U.S. Military personnel on our streets, patroling for -- that's right -- terrorists. And to make sure that the local police and CHP have a little back-up, HOMELAND SECURITY and our buddies at NORCOM were kind enough to lend us some troops. First to the DUI check points, so you can get used to their presense. Eventually, I'm sorry to say, our government {NORCOM} will ask foreign troops {CANADA & MEXICO} to help ... protect, THEIR PROPERTY !!!

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In April 1984, President Reagan signed Presidential Directorate Number 54 that allowed FEMA to engage in a secret national �readiness exercise� under the code name of REX 84. The exercise was to test FEMA�s readiness to assume military authority in the event of a �State of Domestic National Emergency� concurrent with the launching of a direct United States military operation in Central America. The plan called for the deputation of U.S. military and National Guard units so that they could legally be used for domestic law enforcement. These units would be assigned to conduct sweeps and take into custody an estimated 400,000 undocumented Central American immigrants in the United States.

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The North American Future 2025 Project {PDF} was leaked a while back and from the looks of this information, the North American Union collective of corporations has been working over time to secure a complete take over of resourses from Canada and Mexico. To be sure, they have already signed on for military backing {story} in the event of full scale riots.

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The Bilderberg group {Google} is an organization of political leaders and international financiers that meets secretly every spring to make global policy. There are about 110 regulars�Rockefellers, Rothschilds, bankers, heads of international corporations and high government officials from Europe and North America. Each year, a few new people are invited and, if found useful, they return to future meetings. If not, they are discarded. Decisions reached at these secret meetings affect every American and much of the world.

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The FBI Deputizes Business

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23,000 Businesspeople Get Threat Info from FBI Before Public. In Turn, They Supply Tips to FBI. Two Members of Private Sector Group Say They Have �Shoot to Kill� Permission in Emergency. These are the astonishing findings in Rothschild's cover story of the March issue of The Progressive.Today, more than 23,000 representatives of private industry are working quietly with the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. The members of this rapidly growing group, called InfraGard, receive secret warnings of terrorist threats before the public does�and, at least on one occasion, before elected officials. In return, they provide information to the government, which alarms the ACLU. But there may be more to it than that. One business executive, who showed me his InfraGard card, told me they have permission to �shoot to kill� in the event of martial law.


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