The FBI has built a massive network of spies to prevent another domestic attack. But are they busting terrorist plots—or leading them?
by Trevor Aaronson, AlternetRead more »
This story about the FBI busting "anarchists" for trying to blow up a bridge even has the NY Times wondering why we have an agency that -- like children -- creates their own terrorist plots, "solves" the crime, and gives themselves a round of applause.Read more »
We already have roving wire taps, GPS tracking devises and surveillance drones keeping a close eye on suspected terrorists in the Homeland. Is it really such a leap to think they might embed an undercover agent in your social network? And is it so difficult to believe that agent might sleep around to get close to people of interest? I say no. And I’m prepared to take you down a rabbit hole that will have you casting a suspicious glance at your significant other.Read more »
The former NSA official held his thumb and forefinger close together: “We are that far from a turnkey totalitarian state.”Read more »
Documentary on the Secrets of The CIA. No wonder the rest of the world "hates" us, millions of dollars of our money was spent to sabotage other governments and start irrational wars.Read more »
Soon after the news broke yesterday (March 6) about the arrest and cooperation of turncoat Anonymous and Lulzsec hacker Hector Xavier Monsegur, known online as "Sabu," the Justice Department released chatroom transcripts that imply the FBI knew in advance of the devastating attack in December upon the Austin, Texas geopolitical analysis firm Strategic Forecasting, Inc.Read more »
Anonymous has broken into computer systems of Syria’s Ministry of Presidential Affairs, with the hack collective exposing hundreds of emails including briefings to the Syrian president about the “easily manipulated ” American psyche. Around 78 inboxes were targeted late at the weekend, Haaretz reports, belonging to presidential aides and other advisors at the Ministry. Not content with leaking the messages, Anonymous also revealed all of the passwords the loosely-associated online activist organization had acquired.Read more »
AIPAC Economic Warfare Also Targets USRead more »
McLEAN, Va. (AP) — In an anonymous industrial park, CIA analysts who jokingly call themselves the "ninja librarians" are mining the mass of information people publish about themselves overseas, tracking everything from common public opinion to revolutions.
The group's effort gives the White House a daily snapshot of the world built from tweets, newspaper articles and Facebook updates.Read more »
Police spent a lot of money on secret spy-airplanes.Read more »
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