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Who Is Who in World Intelligence and Security Agencies : MI6 Alex Younger [2017]

“Alex Younger has played a vital part alongside me in modernising SIS and ensuring that the Service is in the best possible shape to play our part in defending the country’s security and our values.” Sir John Sawers   Alexander … Continue reading

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Jake LaMotta — “Raging Bull” and the Fight that Never Came…

“I just want people to know, he was a great, sweet, sensitive, strong, compelling man with a great sense of humour, with eyes that danced.” Mrs LaMotta Jake LaMotta, the uncompromising fighter portrayed by Robert De Niro in “Raging Bull”, … Continue reading

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New York Times vs. CIA: “An Old Debate Wrapped in New Clothes” [UPDATE]

“Because it’s a military operation, I don’t think we can completely treat the people who run it purely as intelligence operatives. It moves into a different realm in the discussion as far as I’m concerned. It’s not like you’re exposing … Continue reading

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World’s Greatest SPY Movies — 2017

“Espionage is everywhere: twisted tales of deception, secrecy and surveillance are never far from the headlines. So it’s no wonder that these real world spy stories find their way to the big screen.” The World’s Greatest Spy Movies will reveal … Continue reading

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Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: 1989 — UTA Flight 772 (September 19 1989)

“It is striking to note the similarity of the ‘scientific’ evidence discovered by the FBI’s Tom Thurman in both the Lockerbie and UTA cases. Of the tens of thousands of pieces of debris collected at each disaster site, one lone … Continue reading

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Historian Webster Tarpley: Nixon Was Ousted By The CIA

“Another item in the memo is a detailed report of a recent meeting of Indira Gandhi’s cabinet about the pros and cons of accepting a cease-fire once a government was installed in Bangladesh. The CIA provided the information based on … Continue reading

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NEVER FORGET — Suspicious Aviation Tragedies: 1961 — Ndola United Nations DC-6 crash

“We saw a plane fly over Chifubu but did not pay any attention to it the first time. When we saw it a second and third time, we thought that this plane was denied landing permission at the airport. Suddenly, … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Dr A. Q. Khan: The Bomb, the Swiss and the CIA

“If you put the [A. Q. Kahn] puzzle together, you get the whole picture.”  Swiss magistrate Andreas Müller A Swiss man whose computers were destroyed a decade ago during an investigation into the illicit sale of nuclear weapons material to Libya has … Continue reading

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The KRYPTOS Sculpture: NSA Solution for Section III

With trembling hands, I made a tiny breach in the upper left hand corner… widening the hole a little, I inserted the candle and peered in… at first I could see nothing, the hot air escaping from the chamber causing … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — NSA Hacked French President’s House: Video Back Online

“Keith Alexander (Director of the NSA) told me he was disappointed because he never thought we would detect them and he even added: You guys are good.” Bernard Barbier French newspaper “Le Monde” just published an article confirming that the US/NSA … Continue reading

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