On This Day — The Good Friday Agreement (April 10 1998) [2020]

“Compromise is when people come together and say, ‘listen, this is the dilemma, this is the difficulty, this is what is unsaleable to my people’ and let us try and find a way out.”

Bertie Ahern

“The Good Friday Agreement is a work of genius that’s applicable if you care at all about preserving democracy.”

Bill Clinton

“In Northern Ireland, these were ordinary men and women but after 700 days of failure, they joined in one day of success and they changed the course of history.”

Former US Senator George Mitchell

Tony Blair, George Mitchell and Bertie Ahern

On April 10 1998, the Good Friday Agreement for Northern Ireland was signed by the British and Irish governments. The British-Irish Agreement came into force on 2 December 1999.  Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today Continue reading

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KRYPTOS — More Lies from the New York Times and C.I.A.

“Why does the message of Kryptos contain intentional misspellings?”

Nicole Daniels — New York Times (April 6 2020)

“Thanks to @nytimes for featuring the Kryptos sculpture in Monday’s Lesson of the Day.”

CIA — Twitter (April 8 2020)

“Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters.”

Albert Einstein

“All mistakes originate with people acting like experts, thoroughly familiar with a subject, and looking down with an air of superiority on others.”

Tsurezuregusa (Essays in Idleness) –  Yoshida Kenkō (ca. 1330)

April 9 2020 — On Monday, the New York Times ran a piece on KRYPTOS. Sure enough, the US newspaper of record had to lie about an infamous misspeling in one of the decoded sections of KRYPTOS. Once upon a times, I would not have really cared about such lie. But in these times of hardship, any lie — small lie or big lie — is one lie too many. When will these clowns ever understand that you do not get any better at doing your job by lying about your past mistakes? This is wrong. Follow us on TWITTER: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Reading Ted Kaczynski in Brussels [Ethics in the time of Coronavirus]

“Crowding, rapid change and the breakdown of communities have been widely recognized as sources of social problems. But we do not believe they are enough to account for the extent of the problems that are seen today.

If the system breaks down the consequences will still be very painful. But the bigger the system grows the more disastrous the results of its breakdown will be, so if it is to break down it had best break down sooner rather than later.

The concept of ‘mental health’ in our society is defined largely by the extent to which an individual behaves in accord with the needs of the system and does so without showing signs of stress.”

Theodore John Kaczynski, aka the Unabomber

In the first ever book-length philosophical analysis of Ted Kaczynski’s writings on Industrial Civilization, Chad A. Haag explores the supremely-forbidden territory of questioning Modern Technology.

April 8 2020 — The trolley problem is a thought experiment in ethics modeling an ethical dilemma. It is generally considered to represent a classic clash between two schools of moral thought, utilitarianism and deontological ethics.  Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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On This Day — The Douma Conspiracy Begins [April 7 2018]

“I can say the following very confidently. Many officials in our Western governments have really no knowledge of the truth! This is what is so scary. Our decision-makers have been deceived either by misinformation or lies provided by their Intelligence Agencies regarding this conflict.”

Carla Ortiz — Interview with Intel Today (May 23 2018)

“The dimensions, characteristics and appearance of the cylinders, and the surrounding scene of the incidents, were inconsistent with what would have been expected in the case of either cylinder being delivered from an aircraft. In each case the alternative hypothesis [The Douma attack was staged.] produced the only plausible explanation for observations at the scene.”

OPCW Fact Finding Mission in Douma, Syria

Carla Ortiz in Douma (Ghouta), Syria — May 2018

April 7 2020 — On this day two years ago, Western media reported a chemical attack in the Syrian city of Douma. From the very beginning, I told you that it was abundantly clear that the “Douma chemical attack” had been staged.  Today, we know that the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons  (OPCW) report was manipulated to support this piece of propaganda. Moreover, BBC Syria producer Riam Dalati later revealed that the hospital scene in video footage taken after the suspected chemical attack was fake. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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FBI : “There is no clue or piece of information too small.” [Lockerbie]

“The #FBI is seeking information about this image (…) Do you notice something familiar? There is no clue or piece of information too small.”

FBI Tweet (April 4 2020)

“Special photography techniques were utilized on specimen K-1 to identify the number/letter 21B which is contained within the figure of an oval.”

FBI document (August 20 1990)

“Thurman and other examiners rendered conclusions supporting the prevailing investigative or prosecutorial theory but which were unsupported by scientific fact. (…) I put no credence into any scientific or technical conclusions rendered by anyone without a suitable scientific background.”

William Tobbin — Former FBI Engineer (Email to Intel Today)

April 6 2020 — Over the weekend, the FBI posted a tweet seeking information about an image. The Bureau took this opportunity to remind the public that no clue is ever too small. So I thought this would be a good time to remind the FBI how they totally misinterpreted the biggest clue in one of their most important cases ever: Lockerbie (Pan Am 103).  Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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On This Day — The West Berlin La Belle Discotheque Bombing (April 5 1986) [False Flag — CRYPTO AG]

“Then, the U.S. and West German spies sat back and listened. They monitored Iran’s mullahs during the 1979 hostage crisis, fed intelligence about Argentina’s military to Britain during the Falklands War, tracked the assassination campaigns of South American dictators and caught Libyan officials congratulating themselves on the 1986 bombing of a Berlin disco.”

The intelligence coup of the century — Washington Post — Greg Miller (Feb. 11, 2020)

“Your White House, specifically your national security adviser, constructed an operation whereby the free press in this country was going to be used to convey a false story to the world, namely that Qaddafi was planning new terrorist operations.”

New York Times (October 3 1986)

“There is a wonderful book that you might read… And the title of it is from a quote from Winston Churchill: ‘In time of war, the truth is so precious, it must be attended by a bodyguard of lies.’ ”

Secretary of State George P. Shultz (October 3 1986)

“Bernard Kalb resigned today as chief spokesman for Secretary of State George P. Shultz in protest of the government’s disinformation program directed at Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi.

Los Angeles Times (Oct. 8, 1986)

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April 14 1986 — Reagan Strikes on Tripoli and Benghazi

In a piece published by the Washington Post on April 7 2017, Amber Phillips wrote that President Ronald Reagan’s 1986 bombing raid on Tripoli and Benghazi was retaliation for the 1988 attack on Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie. At the time, I would have bet the farm that this would be the most idiotic story ever reported by the WashPost. On February 11 2020, Greg Miller taught me a good lesson: ‘The worst is — always — yet to come.”  Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King (January 15 1929 – Assassinated: April 4 1968) — The FBI Suicide Letter [UPDATE : Is the CIA behind Pornhub]

“The debate over how much the government should know about our private lives has never been more heated: Should intelligence agencies be able to sweep our email, read our texts, track our phone calls, locate us by GPS? Much of the conversation swirls around the possibility that agencies like the N.S.A. or the F.B.I. will use such information not to serve national security but to carry out personal and political vendettas. King’s experience reminds us that these are far from idle fears, conjured in the fevered minds of civil libertarians. They are based in the hard facts of history.”

Beverly Gage — Professor of American history at Yale

April 4 2020 — On November 21 1964, a letter — and a tape recording allegedly of King’s sexual indiscretions — was delivered to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The author appears to suggest that King should commit suicide or else… Although the letter was anonymously written, King suspected the FBI had sent the package He was not wrong. Today, I will raise an obvious question: Is the CIA behind the infamous Pornhub website? Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today Continue reading

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CIA Order of Succession 2019 — When Haspel Ripped a Page from Hoover Book

“The following officers of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), in the order listed, shall act as and perform the functions and duties of the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (D/CIA), during any period in which the D/CIA has died, resigned, or otherwise becomes unable to perform the functions and duties of the office of D/CIA.”

Memorandum on Providing an Order of Succession Within the Central Intelligence Agency — The White House (June 14 2019)

D/CIA Gina Haspel (Sworn on May 21 2018)

April 3 2020 — By early June 2019, it was clear that the CIA had strongly supported the premise that there was collusion between the Russians and Donald Trump’s campaign. On June 12 2019, The New York Times published an article titled “Justice Department Seeks to Question C.I.A. in Its Own Russia Investigation.” Given the lack of evidence, U.S. Attorney General William Barr suspected the real motives were political. Thus, considering the links between CIA Director Haspel and former CIA Director John Brennan, many observers predicted that Trump would dismiss Haspel. But it did not happen. Why on earth not? Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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Robert Levinson — Forensic Analysis of Audio File Could Reveal Clues

“I need the help of the United States Government to answer the requests of the group that has held me for three and a half years. And please help me at home. Thirty three years of services to the United States deserve something. Please help me.”

Former FBI Robert Levinson — Proof of life (c. Sept. 2010)

“In the fields of observation, chance favours only the prepared mind.”

Louis Pasteur — University of Lille, France (December 7, 1854)

April 02 2020 — On December 9 2011, the Levinson’s family released a hostage video they had received in November 2010. A forensic analysis of the Audio could reveal clues about his location at the time. Do you feel like playing real-life Sherlock Holmes today? You could be the one person who notices a sound no one else has recognized previously. So, let us get started!  Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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CIA Whistleblower “LULU” Wins 2020 Sam Adams Award

“Lulu began to show signs that she wasn’t interested in detecting explosive odors. She was acting lazy, guessing where the odors are, and just showing a general disregard for whatever she was being taught. We made the decision to drop her from the program.”

CIA — Press Release (October 18 2017)

“I cannot talk about the 2016 incident. It is classified. I risk incarceration. I have a family. If you are contemplating whistleblowing … you’re going to sit there and say, ‘If I go through that system, it will not end well for me. I’m going to lose my career and I’m going to be financially devastated.’”

Former CIA K9 officer LULU — Email to Intel Today (April 1st 2020)

“On March 30 [2016], the CIA was notified that the explosive training material was found when the [school] bus was undergoing routine maintenance. CIA coordinated closely with local authorities and recovered the training material. To prevent such incidents from happening again, CIA has taken immediate steps to strengthen inventory and control procedures in its K-9 program.  CIA will also conduct a thorough and independent review of CIA’s K-9 training program.”

CIA — Press Release (March 31 2016)

2020 Sam Adams Award Laureate LULU

April 1st 2020 — In October 2017, the CIA issued a Press Release to announce that one of their youngest officers, only known as LULU, had been fired from the Agency after a poor performance review. In truth, LULU was a dedicated case-officer who bravely denounced the criminal incompetence of the CIA K9 hierarchy. Today, the truth can finally be told. We are glad to report that LULU is the laureate of the prestigious 2020 Sam Adams Award. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY Continue reading

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