Monthly Archives: July 2016

LIBYA: What is going on?

“After the fall of the regime, Haftar’s ambition worried the new authorities. The inaction of Tripoli in this fight against extremist groups has given him more popularity. After three years of targeted assassinations of security forces, his operations against Islamist … Continue reading

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US — Cartoon Mocking NSA Wiretapping Censored

“I think the strip is harmless. The censorship was unnecessary.” Cartoonist Stephan Pastis On thursday 28 (July 2017), the comic strip “Pearls Before Swine” was censored in newspapers. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY

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Cosa Nostra & ISIS: Weapons and Illegal Immigrants

“We know Isis has a very commercial eye. They need to raise revenue, so I would certainly say it’s a distinct possibility that Isis may be  involved in sending migrants to southern Europe .” Tim Morris — Executive director of police services … Continue reading

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Former CIA Director Leon Panetta: Trump is not qualified to be POTUS

“You have a presidential candidate who is, in fact, asking the Russians to engage in American politics. I think that’s beyond the pale… He is truly not qualified to be president of the United States.” Former CIA Director Leon Panetta … Continue reading

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US — Clinton’s Emails: Moussa Koussa and The “Lockerbie Bomber”

“The leaders of the Magariha were angered when Qaddafi allowed tribal member Abdelbaset Ali al- Megrahi to take the blame for the Lockerbie bombing in an international tribunal in 2001. The Libyan leader believed that he had resolved this situation … Continue reading

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CIA’s strategy in the face of emerging challenges

“Whether in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, or Latin America, the United States faces security threats on a number of fronts and by an array of actors, including extremist networks, rogue states, and emerging powers. The Central Intelligence Agency is … Continue reading

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James Jesus Angleton: Beneath the Lie of “National Interests”

“Deception is a state of mind and the mind of the State.” James Jesus Angleton “Was Angleton ever invited to address the only logical conclusion to his thesis, before alcohol and a last overdose of madness got the better of … Continue reading

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Radio Pyongyang Resurrects ‘NUMBERS STATION’

“Numbers read on state radio may be cold war-era method of sending coded messages to spies in South Korea – or an attempt to wage psychological warfare.” Last Friday’s broadcast was the first number sequence aired by Pyongyang in over … Continue reading

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TURKEY — Former US Secretary chief of staff: “The CIA knew about the coming coup…”

“Just think a moment about what is happening right now.  In 25 years, your children and grandchildren will read [about this coup], as now people read about the 1953 overthrow of Prime Minister of Iran Mohammed Mossadegh. Does it not seem to … Continue reading

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CIA Plame-Wilson’s Memoir

“It was a long journey – personally and professionally. At some times, it felt like I had fallen down Alice’s rabbit hole, where white is black and black is white. Very disorienting. The idea of the memoir was quite selfish … Continue reading

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