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Blacklisted News | March 1, 2016 – News has been making rounds across the internet that the FBI in collusion with the National Science Foundation has sunk nearly one million dollars into a program at the University of Indiana developed with the goal of: “The project is aimed at modeling the diffusion of information online and empirically discriminating among models of mechanisms driving the spread … Continue reading The FBI Has Been Databasing Suspicious Memes And Their Creators For Five Years to Silence Political Dissent
Source – The New York Post The Obama administration is planning to permit the National Security Agency to share with other US intelligence agencies the private communications it collects from foreigners’ phone calls and messages, according to a report. The change would give access to intercepted data to more intelligence analysts, The New York Times reported. The messages include communications that cross network switches in … Continue reading Obama plan would let NSA share data with other US agencies
Former newspaper journalist and bestselling conspiracy author Jim Marrs told radio talk show host Dave Hodges in December that some 400-500 top bank executives had left their positions and had gone into seclusion.
Marrs said at the time that the elite had fallback positions from a chaotic society: seed vaults to which only they had access.
“Marrs was clearly alluding to the fact that some very bad events are coming and the global elite are aware of it and are moving to meet the threat,” Hodges wrote on his radio show website. Continue reading “Why are CIA, DHS, NSA, FBI and FEMA retirees all bugging out in preparation for something big?”
Source – The Washington Post Locked away in federal prison, Jeffrey Sterling is struggling to keep his demons at bay. The former CIA officer whose case came to signify the Obama administration’s crackdown on leakers spends his days reading, tutoring fellow inmates and finishing a memoir, which he says he has to write by hand and mail home so his wife can type it. “There … Continue reading He was fired from the CIA and jailed for a leak. Now he’s trying to hang on.
Source – The Guardian The San Bernardino County government on Friday night said the FBI told its staff to tamper with the Apple account of Syed Farook, who with his wife, Tashfeen Malik, carried out the December shooting in which 14 people were killed. The development matters because the change made to the account – a reset of Farook’s iCloud password – made it impossible to … Continue reading FBI told San Bernardino County staff to tamper with gunman’s Apple account
Source – Kurt Nimmo – Infowars In October with little fanfare the Justice Department created a new position to emphasize the threat the government says it faces from so-called domestic extremists. “Homegrown violent extremists can be motivated by any viewpoint on the full spectrum of hate—anti-government views, racism, bigotry, anarchy and other despicable beliefs,” John Carlin, in charge of DOJ’s national security division, told a … Continue reading Backing Infowars May Soon Be Considered “Material Support” of Terrorism
Source (CNN) – America’s top intelligence official says it’s now “inevitable” that ISIS will attempt an attack in the United States. That stark warning from CIA Director John Brennan comes after months of growing anxiety amid attacks in Paris and San Bernardino. Barrel-bombing in Syria as the major powers struggle to put a delicate ceasefire together.. While the carnage continues, ISIS fights on undeterred and … Continue reading CIA Chief: ISIS terror attempt is ‘inevitable’
The U.S. National Security Agency on Monday outlined a reorganization that will consolidate its spying and domestic cyber-security operations, despite recommendations by a presidential panel that the agency focus solely on espionage.
The NSA said the reorganization, known as “NSA21,” or NSA in the 21st century, will take two years to complete, well into the first term of whoever is elected president in November.
A review board appointed by President Barack Obama recommended in December 2013 that the NSA concentrate solely on foreign intelligence gathering. The board’s recommendations came as the United States was reeling from disclosures from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden about the collection of vast amounts of domestic and international communications data. Continue reading “National Security Agency merging offensive, defensive hacking operations”