By Judi McLeod Thursday, October 17, 2013
It was Grathwohl who awakened America to the inherent dangers of Barack Obama in the run up to the 2008 presidential election when he described a meeting he attended where Bill Ayers and Weather Underground members talked openly about how they would have to murder an estimated 25 million people following the revolution they were then attempting to foment.
The clock moves ahead to Tuesday when Ayers, at the University of Illinois-Chicago promoting his latest book, “Public Enemy: Confessions of an American Dissident”, urged those in attendance to be “good citizens” and “moral people”.
The CIA Manchurian Candidate Groomed by Communists to Destroy America | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show
The CIA Manchurian Candidate Groomed by Communists to Destroy America
September 22, 2013 – Conspiracy, Featured, Main – Tagged: bernadine dohrn, bill ayers, dave hodges, education, larry grathwohl, lunev, ndaa, obama, Obamacare, petrodollar, red diaper babies, soviet defectors, weatherman underground – 23 comments
September 22, 2013
The Common Sense Show
obama impostorFormer FBI Weatherman Task Force supervisor, Max Noel, noted that the FBI utilized a CARL test when it conducted background checks on various suspects. The acronym CARL stands for Character, Associates, Reputation, and Loyalty is used to assess candidates fitness to hold the highest office in the country. On each of these four points of power, Obama fails and fails miserably. Like many FBI law enforcement agents and officials,
Noel was alarmed by the fact that someone like Barack Obama could capture the presidency. For some unexplained reason, Obama was never vetted before he became a candidate for the presidency by the FBI. This is an unacceptable result of our national security system and is wholly suggestive of internal plot to allow the installation of a blatantly communist advocate into the highest political position in America.
As the men in power prepare to play their next card in-hand, the stage has been set by the FBI to usher in a “new Pearl Harbor” in America just as globalist white papers reveal……
Weekly Standard ^ | 7//31/13 | DANIEL HALPER
Posted on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 11:52:36 AM by Nachum
John King reported this morning that a reporter from CNN was able to interview a lead suspect in the Benghazi terror attack for two hours:
The FBI has reportedly not been able to track-down the suspect, but CNN had no problem talking to him for two hours.
Martha Trowbridge ^ | July 26th, 2013 | ABrit
Posted on Friday, July 26, 2013 6:01:55 PM by ABrit
- In May 2013, Private Investigator Neil Sankey discovered that four years prior, in June 2009, at the direction of the “Obama” Department Of Justice, the D.C. District Court – without cause and in violation of procedure – dismissed “Duke’s” indictments and warrant, and removed her from the national crime registry, NCIC.
Watch the Good Guys and Leave the Terrorists Alone… “That’s right — cell phones are being tapped, keystrokes on computers are being logged and email intercepted and read; but mosques, which are home base for homegrown terrorists, are strictly off-limits to counterterrorism efforts.”
Watch the Good Guys and Leave the Terrorists Alone
AmericanThinker.com ^ | 6/16/2013 | Jeannie DeAngelis
Posted on Sunday, June 16, 2013 8:57:09 AM by RoosterRedux
Yet, taking political correctness to a whole new level of lunacy, mosques, where terrorist types like to mingle with likeminded people, are currently off-limits to spying, snooping, and undercover stakeouts.
Louie Gohmert Accuses FBI Of Aiding Muslim Brotherhood: ‘They Want Sharia Law, Not Our Constitution’… ““We need to address the political correctness that is blinding our agencies and blinding our military of its ability to see who the enemy is, because it’s getting people killed,” Gohmert said. “When you refuse to acknowledge that the …”
mediaite.com ^ | 6/16/2013 | Evan McMurry
Posted on Sunday, June 16, 2013 9:27:15 AM by RoosterRedux
On the House floor on Friday, Texas Representative Louie Gohmert accused various federal agencies of aiding Islamic terrorists organizations such as the Council on American Islamic Relations and the Islamic Society of North America in their attempts to enact Sharia Law.
“We need to address the political correctness that is blinding our agencies and blinding our military of its ability to see who the enemy is, because it’s getting people killed,” Gohmert said.
“When you refuse to acknowledge that the Afghans you’re training, may be willing to turn their guns you’re training them on and kill you…until you recognize that and who our enemy is, and that our enemy can be among us, and that our enemy can be in uniforms that we’re supposed to be friendly with, then more Americans are going to be killed needlessly.”
Posted on Saturday, June 08, 2013 8:52:00 PM by eagleye85
CNN) — I’m going to start with three data points. One: Some of the Chinese military hackers who were implicated in a broad set of attacks against the U.S. government and corporations were identified because they accessed Facebook from the same network infrastructure they used to carry out their attacks.
Two: Hector Monsegur, one of the leaders of the LulzSac hacker movement, was identified and arrested last year by the FBI. Although he practiced good computer security and used an anonymous relay service to protect his identity, he slipped up.
The NSA—America’s new Secret Police « Coach is Right… “PRISM is a back door to allow the NSA and FBI direct access to commercial servers at any time …”
by Jim Emerson, staff writer
Last February Maxine Waters in an interview stated “The President has put in place an organization with the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life,” (1) She continued to reveal “That database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that it’s never been done before”.
This week Americans were surprised to learn that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting phone call information of American Verizon customers. Like all of the recent Obama Administration scandals, this story wasn’t released by the American media but by the British Press. (2)
Has the FBI become the new “Murder Incorporated?”… “…FBI tactics at Ruby Ridge concluded that the Bureau Rules of Engagement employed that day in 1992 “…flagrantly violated the US Constitution” as they afforded agents “practically a license to kill.” According to the Report, “…a member of an FBI SWAT team from Denver remembered the Rules of Engagement as ‘if you can see ‘em, shoot ‘em’.” Within one hour of FBI snipers taking up positions around Randy Weaver’s rural home, “…every adult in the cabin was either dead or severely wounded — even though they had not fired a shot at any FBI agent.” (1) The following year…” « Coach is Right
Has the FBI become the new “Murder Incorporated?”
By Coach Collins, on June 6th, 2013
by Doug Book, editor
A 542 page Justice Department investigation of FBI tactics at Ruby Ridge concluded that the Bureau Rules of Engagement employed that day in 1992 “…flagrantly violated the US Constitution” as they afforded agents “practically a license to kill.” According to the Report, “…a member of an FBI SWAT team from Denver remembered the Rules of Engagement as ‘if you can see ‘em, shoot ‘em’.”
Within one hour of FBI snipers taking up positions around Randy Weaver’s rural home, “…every adult in the cabin was either dead or severely wounded — even though they had not fired a shot at any FBI agent.” (1)
http://www.wnd.com ^ | June 6 2013 | Bob Unruh
Posted on Thursday, June 06, 2013 6:42:39 AM by kimtom
The FBI is unhappy that there are communications technologies that it cannot intercept, and wants a new requirement that software makers and communications companies create a back door so they can listen in when they want.
But a team of technology experts warns that would be nothing more than handing over to the nation’s enemies abilities they are not capable of developing for themselves.
Slouching toward a military junta… “And then there was Boston. Did Americans notice what happened in the wake of the marathon bombings? Did they see how a city was shut down by a military-style occupation? Did they care how difficult it was to distinguish between U.S. soldiers and civilian police forces? Was there any difference?”
Liberty isn’t usually lost overnight.
More often, it is compromised away in small pieces.
Maybe that’s the way it will happen in America.
There were no screaming headlines last February, for instance, when a new Department of Defense instruction altered U.S. law to allow the U.S. military to quell domestic “civil disturbances” without so much as presidential authorization.
In and of itself, an action like this may seem insignificant to some.
Hold Your Fire: Lt. Col. Roy Potter | Politics… “According to Lt. Col. Potter, Americans are now awakening ‘en masse’ to false flag terror and the fact that the FBI’s story of what happened in Boston is no longer believable, even to Rachel Maddow. Another excellent video from Lt. Col. Roy Potter.”
(Before It’s News)
CNet.com ^ | May 31,2013 | Declan McCullagh
Posted on Friday, May 31, 2013 5:21:01 PM by Biggirl
A federal judge has ruled that Google must comply with the FBI’s warrantless requests for confidential user data, despite the search company’s arguments that the secret demands are illegal.
(Excerpt) Read more at news.cnet.com …
Why Did the FBI Kill an Unarmed Man and Clam Up?
The Atlantic ^ | MAY 30 2013 | CONOR FRIEDERSDORF
Posted on Thursday, May 30, 2013 11:26:01 AM by forty_years
What led an FBI agent, or some other law enforcement official, to shoot and kill an unarmed man in Orlando, Florida? The man, Ibragim Todashev, was being questioned about the Boston bombing, as well as an unsolved 2011 triple murder that he may or may not have confessed to committing.
Does that sound sketchy? Don’t blame me. Once he died, law enforcement started releasing anonymous, conflicting explanations so dubious that they warrant an inquiry all by themselves.
Roger Ailes’ letter to Fox employees… “We reject the government’s efforts to criminalize the pursuit of investigative journalism and falsely characterize a Fox News reporter to a Federal judge as a “co-conspirator” in a crime. “
Foxnews.com ^ | May 23, 2013 | Roger Ailes
Posted on Friday, May 24, 2013 7:01:31 AM by Timber Rattler
The recent news about the FBI’s seizure of the phone and email records of Fox News employees, including James Rosen, calls into question whether the federal government is meeting its constitutional obligation to preserve and protect a free press in the United States.
We reject the government’s efforts to criminalize the pursuit of investigative journalism and falsely characterize a Fox News reporter to a Federal judge as a “co-conspirator” in a crime.
I know how concerned you are because so many of you have asked me: why should the government make me afraid to use a work phone or email account to gather news or even call a friend or family member? Well, they shouldn’t have done it.
The administration’s attempt to intimidate Fox News and its employees will not succeed and their excuses will stand neither the test of law, the test of decency, nor the test of time. We will not allow a climate of press intimidation, unseen since the McCarthy era, to frighten any of us away from the truth.
Posted on Monday, May 06, 2013 1:46:41 PM by kiryandil
A former FBI counterterrorism agent has hinted at a vast and intrusive surveillance network used by the U.S. government to monitor its own citizens.
Tim Clemente admitted as much when he appeared on CNN Wednesday night.
Discussing the Boston Marathon attack and past telephone conversations of Katherine Russell and her now deceased husband, suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, Clemente said that those conversations would be available to investigators.
Posted on Saturday, May 04, 2013 7:17:38 PM by beaversmom
CLEMENTE: “No, there is a way. We certainly have ways in national security investigations to find out exactly what was said in that conversation. It’s not necessarily something that the FBI is going to want to present in court, but it may help lead the investigation and/or lead to questioning of her. We certainly can find that out.
Judge Napolitano on Obama’s War Against the Fourth Amendment
May. 2, 2013 7:00 amTalk Radio News ServiceTalk Radio News Service
The FBI has revealed that its agents often “lack the time” to obtain search warrants, writes Judge Andrew Napolitano, and so they have gotten into the bad habit of asking Internet service providers to let them in without warrants.View this article.
As with many “terrorism” related events since 9/11, the Boston bombing official narrative proves to be a web of lies as important facts are revealed. It turns out that the FBI has lied about its knowledge of the alleged suspects, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, already being presented as guilty not only in the mainstream press but by the President himself.
According to the suspects’ mother, the FBI had been following them for years:
The FBI originally feigned ignorance over the identity of the two Boston bombing suspects, Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, as they appealed to an unwitting public to help them “identify” and “find” the suspects. […]
The Images Of SWAT Teams In Boston Suburbs Are Terrifying
Business Insider ^ | 4/21/13 | Geoffrey Ingersoll
Posted on Monday, April 22, 2013 11:54:06 AM by Kartographer
In the last 10 years, American forces have cleared cities house by house plenty of times. But they don’t usually do that right here in the United States.
This video shows a specific example of what it looks like when thousands of police and FBI agents descended on suburban America decked out in military gear.
They had orders to clear a “20-block area” of the neighborhood, and systematically searched from door-to-door.
The video shows police shouting at an innocent resident and barking at him repeatedly to keep his hands up.
The Blaze ^ | 4/9/13 | Christopher Santarelli
Posted on Tuesday, April 09, 2013 12:14:09 PM by Nachum
Andrew Wilkow’s show on TheBlaze TV Monday took a break from analyzing the usual Washington dysfunction to put the spotlight on a news story that has been out of the headlines for some time, but not forgotten.
Through the late 1960s to early 198os members of the far-left organization The Weather Underground bombed banks and various government buildings, led jailbreaks, incited riots, committed arson, and ultimately attempted an armored car robbery that left two policemen and a security guard dead.
Formed in 1969 with the goal of toppling the U.S. government, some of the defunct organization’s members now hold positions at prestigious academic institutions without ever fully repudiating their past actions, as discussed on ‘Wilkow!’ last week.
On the show Monday Wilkow was joined by Larry Grathwohl, author and focus of “Bring Down America: An FBI Informer with the Weathermen.” Grathwohl was an informant for the FBI in 1969 and with the Weathermen when they went underground in 1970. Grathwohl was involved in schemes to blow police stations and even a power plant.
Washington Times ^ | 3/29/13 | Shaun Waterman
Posted on Friday, March 29, 2013 5:38:53 PM by Nachum
FBI investigators for at least five years have routinely used a sophisticated cellphone tracking tool that can pinpoint callers’ locations and listen to their conversations — all without getting a warrant for it, a federal court was told this week.
The use of the “Stingray,” as the tool is called, “is a very common practice” by federal investigators, Justice Department attorneys told the U.S. District Court for Arizona Thursday, according to the American Civil Liberties Union.
Larry Grathwohl: An Extraordinary Life from the Weather Underground to the FBI and beyond… “Sher: In 2008, it strongly appeared to me that Barack Hussein Obama had been chosen to complete the process of taking down the United States of America .”
By Sher Zieve Thursday, March 28, 2013
BRINGING DOWN AMERICA
Larry Grathwohl is one of those increasingly rare individuals who has led a truly extraordinary life. However, after speaking with him I found that he is an unassuming and truly humble man who has a strong belief in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
Larry Grathwohl BIO
I joined the US Army in October of 1964 and after basic training I went through jump school and became a paratrooper assigned to the 101st Airborne Division. I went to Vietnam with the 1st Brigade as part of the 2 Battalion of the 502nd Infantry in July of 1965. I was 17 at the time and I consider that this was the first time I encountered the communists and the threat they represented to the United States and to our way of life.
During my 13 month tour, my unit received two Presidential Unit Citations, a Meritorious Unit Citation, Valorous Unit Award, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm Unit Citation and several other medals—including a Bronze Star with a V.
Upon returning from Vietnam I was assigned to Fort Knox Kentucky as a Drill instructor and I served in this capacity until my discharge in July of 1968. I then enrolled at the University of Cincinnati and in the summer of 1969 I was recruited by members of the Weatherman faction of the Students for a Democratic Society.
March 25, 2013
in Front Page, U.S. Constitution
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Waco a stark reminder of the murderous intent of dictatorial administrations
Coach Is Right ^ | March 24th, 2013 | Suzanne Eovaldic
Posted on Sunday, March 24, 2013 9:00:17 AM by IbJensen
Twenty years ago at this time we were in the midst of the federal government’s 51 day siege on a compound of Bible worshippers who with their 12 children were all snuffed out in a raid.
“That’s torturing babies,” a U.S. Representative bemoaned at the Congressional hearings investigating the Waco siege during which CS gas vapor was spewed down a long arm of an armored tank onto the roof, into the rooms, and ultimately wafted down into the windowless tower where some of the women and their children were hiding in the Mount Carmel Church compound of the David Karesh (Vernon Howell) followers!
“Gas masks don’t fit on babies,” one investigator in Washington, D.C. observed. So as former Attorney General Janet Reno suffers from Parkinson’s Disease in Stuart, FL, a lengthy, outstanding online video entitled “Waco-The Rules of Engagement (William Gazecki)” (1) reminds us just what can happen when a federal government-gone-wild destroys citizens. Footage of Reno leaving to attend a speech while the Waco outrage was going on is a poignant reminder of the Democrat Presidency of William Jefferson Clinton.
The federal government’s siege on Waco began on February 28, 1993, and ended 51 days later during the orgy of gassing children, women, the elderly, and most of their congregation. “We put massive gas in there,” you can hear one agent acclaiming! “My skin was melting. . . (in) the mass of flames. . .horrible way to die,” says a crying man who lived only by diving at a hole in the otherwise pitch darkness of screaming voices.”
Hard to watch toward the end of the long ordeal is the photo of the crisp charred body of a little 12 year old girl who died when the effects of the deadly gas back bowed her muscles and collapsed her entire frame. During negotiations with FBI agents, who got the handoff of the mission from the BATF,
(The GubMint Does Not Give Us Free Speech!) ~No More Asking for Permission To Speak… by Andrew P. Napolitano
In 1798, when John Adams was president of the United States, the feds enacted four pieces of legislation called the Alien and Sedition Acts. One of these laws made it a federal crime to publish any false, scandalous or malicious writing – even if true – about the president or the federal government, notwithstanding the guarantee of free speech in the First Amendment.
The feds used these laws to torment their adversaries in the press and even successfully prosecuted a congressman who heavily criticized the president. Then-Vice President Thomas Jefferson vowed that if he became president, these abominable laws would expire. He did, and they did, but this became a lesson for future generations: The guarantees of personal freedom in the Constitution are only as valuable and reliable as is the fidelity to the Constitution of those to whom we have entrusted it for safekeeping.
“People can be convicted for thoughts”: ‘Cannibal cop’ attorney says decision will be appealed
PIX 11 ^ | 03/13/2013 | James Ford
Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 10:48:59 AM by SeekAndFind
His online fantasies to kidnap, sexually torture, cook and eat women were more than just gory make believe. That’s what a jury concluded in its guilty verdict against so-called Cannibal Cop Gilberto Valle that left him, his lead attorney and his family in tears.
“I’m shocked!” was the terse reaction from the mother of Patrol Officer Valle as she ran out of the federal courthouse on Centre Street. Her outburst came minutes after the jury of six men and six women concluded that her son was guilty on the two charges he faced: conspiracy to kidnap and accessing a federal government database without authorization.
FoxNews.com ^ | March 6, 2013 | FoxNews.com
Posted on Saturday, March 09, 2013 6:38:57 AM by Timber Rattler
The FBI used National Security Letters — a form of surveillance that privacy watchdogs call “frightening and invasive” — to surreptitiously seek information on Google users, the web giant has just revealed.
Google’s disclosure is “an unprecedented win for transparency,” privacy experts said Wednesday. But it’s just one small step forward.
Pilot reports mysterious drone near JFK airport in New York
Examiner.com ^ | 3/5/2013 | Marv Dumon
Posted on Tuesday, March 05, 2013 9:36:42 AM by Marv Dumon
On Monday, an Alitalia pilot reported seeing a mysterious black drone flying above New York near JFK International Airport, which is one of the busiest in the world. Minutes later, another unidentified pilot reported a similar sighting of a black unmanned aircraft. The incident was first reported by ABC News.
Press TV’s documentary program “Untold Truths” reveals documentary film about the life and experiences of former White House Middle East policy adviser, Gwenyth Todd, who has escaped to Australia to keep safe from FBI prosecution.
YouTube – Veterans Today -
This documentary speaks for itself
While we are talking about guns and mass killings of innocent women and children!!
The Davidian Massacre ^ | July 2007 | Carol Moore
Posted on Thursday, January 10, 2013 12:35:47 PM by BillM
OVERVIEW OF THE DAVIDIAN MASSACRE
by Carol Moore
I was one of millions of Americans who, after seeing the April 19, 1993 burning of the Branch Davidian church outside of Waco, Texas wondered: Did these people really commit mass suicide, as the government alleged, despite the clear evidence on television that the fire started after a tank crashed into one part of the building? Were they really as insane as the government claimed? Why did they have to be attacked with massive, military-like force 51 days earlier? What is the truth?
After two years of research I came to the following conclusions, documented in my book The Davidian Massacre published in late 1995. After the book came out more evidence surfaced that back up allegations — and answer questions — presented in the book. I review both below. See the links above for the book’s online version and other information.
Former FBI agent missing in Iran photographed in Guantánamo jumpsuit
UK Telegraph ^ | 08 Jan 2013 | Barney Henderson
Posted on Wednesday, January 09, 2013 4:12:31 AM by MestaMachine
Former FBI agent missing in Iran photographed in Guantánamo jumpsuit
By Barney Henderson
8:44PM GMT 08 Jan 2013
The family of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who went missing in Iran in 2007, have released pictures of him dressed in an orange jumpsuit like a Guantánamo Bay prisoner, as they continue to hold hope that he is still alive.
The FBI has released its files on the late “60 Minutes” correspondent Mike Wallace, detailing their scrutiny of a 1970 trip Wallace took to Cuba. There is also an investigation of a threatening letter sent to Wallace in 1977 by a World War II veteran titled “Communist Control of the Press.”
The files were dug up from the bureau’s records vault and were requested via the Freedom of Information Act. Read the documents here.
Wallace died on April 7, 2012, at the age of 93 and was widely recognized for his aggressive style in television interviews.
Tryanny Personified… (“…the founding fathers advocated the Second Amendment right to bear arms because of their belief that a well-armed citizenry constituted yet another check on governmental tyranny. “What, us, tyrannical?” Kennedy bellowed. He then demanded that Ashcroft “apologize to the American people” for having made such an outrageous statement.”)
During the U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for attorney general nominee John Ashcroft, Senator Ted Kennedy (D-O’Shea’s Saloon) threw a fit over a perfectly correct statement once made by Ashcroft regarding how the founding fathers advocated the Second Amendment right to bear arms because of their belief that a well-armed citizenry constituted yet another check on governmental tyranny. “What, us, tyrannical?” Kennedy bellowed. He then demanded that Ashcroft “apologize to the American people” for having made such an outrageous statement.
Senator Kennedy is perhaps the most important member of Congress because in incidents like this he reminds Americans of how truly corrupt, tyrannical, deceitful, and rotten to the core the US State has become. To Kennedy, murdering some 80 people, including several dozen children, with poison gas, machine gun fire, and flames in Waco, Texas, because they allegedly violated a minor gun control law (which is unconstitutional, of course) is not an act of tyranny.
An FBI sniper shooting a new mother holding her baby in her arms at her home in Ruby Ridge, Idaho, right between the eyes because her husband allegedly violated a minor gun law is not an act of tyranny.
Gunny G:What “The Folks”(Readers) Are saying About: ~ Cops, detectives, FBI agents, U.S. soldiers will not enforce gun confiscation orders
In the wake of the recent Sandy Hook shooting, I reached out to my contacts in law enforcement, military and (retired) FBI over the last three days, asking three simple questions:
#1) Do you think Obama will use executive orders to demand nationwide gun confiscation?
#2) If such an order is given, will you or fellow members of your organization enforce it against the citizens? (And if so, how?)
#3) What is the solution to stopping future mass shootings?
Maryland man targeted after telling undercover police officer he was “irritated” at Obama re-election
Paul Joseph Watson
December 6, 2012
A “doomsday prepper” in a rural area of Maryland became a target for police and the FBI after he told an undercover cop that he was “very irritated” about Barack Obama’s re-election, sparking an investigation that eventually led to 46-year-old Terry Porter being thrown in prison and having his home raided by 150 armed officers.
The series of events began when an anonymous person contacted state police in early November claiming Porter was “getting crazier and crazier” and had been stockpiling “machine gun-style firearms” at his home in Sharpsburg. The police followed up by sending an undercover officer to Porter’s home pretending to be a potential customer for his welding business.
According to a charging document filed in Washington County District Court, Porter “openly admitted to being a prepper” (as if this was an illegal act in and of itself) and said that he was “very irritated” about the recent presidential election. Porter had also invested in an underground bomb shelter and had installed surveillance cameras on his property.
It’s Happening Faster Than Even I Thought… (“The Police State vs. the Internet Welcome to 1984, says Paul Rosenberg.”)
Since I manage an internet privacy company, people expect me to be pessimistic on the development of the surveillance state. But even I didn’t expect the surveillance state to form this quickly.
2012 has been a banner year for amoral marketers and soul-dead overseers, and the situation is probably much worse than you realize. Allow me to illustrate it briefly:
A surveillance system has been installed inside of Facebook. (See this, and this.)
AT&T has been giving all of its Internet traffic to the NSA since at least 2006. (See this.)
Union thugs have no problem intercepting emails. (See here.)
Newspapers are having no problems intercepting emails. (See here.)
Stores are now installing face recognition systems. (Here.)
A state lawmaker in Maryland has asked the FBI to impound two voting machines used in the 2012 election to determine whether there was a malfunction or something nefarious going on.“I just feel it is my duty to try to get to the bottom of this,” state Delegate Kathryn Afzali told WNDtoday.
“We’re not making any accusations. The Board of Elections are good people. They have checks and balances … but we want to make sure everything is fair.”She said a number of people contacted her after the Nov. 6 election to report that they pressed a touch-screen button for GOP candidate Mitt Romney, but the vote registered for Barack Obama.WND has reported a number of first-hand accounts of similar anomalies during the election. One touch-screen technician reported that voters in another state were getting error messages on their touch-screens when they tried to vote for Romney.Also, suspiciously, a number of precincts reported a 100-percent vote for Obama, and some even reported beyond 100 percent.
At the time of the disaster, Leonardi was the community-affairs coordinator for the FBI in its Pittsburgh division.
When she initially arrived at the crash site, she told the Associated Press that “the biggest thing for me is that that there were no bodies.”
“I’m used to crime scenes but this one blew me out of the water. It just looked like the ground had swallowed up” the plane, she noted.
beerdrinkundawg (Photo credit: GunnyG1345)
“That’s when I started seeing like shimmery lights … and it was kind of misty and that’s when I first saw, like, the angels there,” Leonardi said. “And I didn’t say anything to the guys because you can imagine if I would have said, ‘I just saw angels on the crash site,’ they’d have called the office and they’d have said, ‘She lost her mind and tell her to go home.’”
by Doug Book, staff writer
The evidence that Gen. David Petraeus, formerly the commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the author of the current Army field manual, Princeton Ph.D. and, until last week, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, was forced to resign from the CIA to silence him is far stronger than is the version of events that the Obama administration has given us.
The government would have us believe that because the FBI confronted Petraeus with his emails showing a pattern of inappropriate personal private behavior, he voluntarily departed his job as the country’s chief spy to avoid embarrassment.
The government would also have us believe that the existence of the general’s relationship with Paula Broadwell, an unknown military scholar who wrote a book about him last year, was recently and inadvertently discovered by the FBI while it was conducting an investigation into an alleged threat made by Broadwell to another woman. And the government would as well have us believe that the president learned of all this at 5 p.m. on Election Day.
Obama administration’s dirty hands
The evidence that Gen. David H. Petraeus, formerly the commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, the author of the current Army field manual, Princeton Ph.D. and, until last week, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, was forced to resign from the CIA to silence him is far stronger than is the version of events that the Obama administration has given us.
(“Did NeoCons Take Down Petraeus?”) ~ A Covert Affair: Petraeus Caught in the Honeypot? by Justin Raimondo
The outing of Gen. David Petraeus as an adulterer, and his subsequent resignation as CIA Director, was carried out by an unknown FBI “whistleblower” who leaked the facts of the FBI investigation into the General’s private life to Rep. Eric Cantor. The New York Times reports:
“Eric Cantor, the House majority leader, said Saturday an F.B.I. employee whom his staff described as a whistle-blower told him about Mr. Petraeus’s affair and a possible security breach in late October, which was after the investigation had begun.
“’I was contacted by an F.B.I. employee concerned that sensitive, classified information may have been compromised and made certain Director Mueller was aware of these serious allegations and the potential risk to our national security,’ Mr. Cantor said in a statement.
I may have awakened him. The late James Jesus Angleton, once the chief of CIA counterintelligence, sounded kinda groggy to me after I got him–loud and clear!–on my famously untrustworthy ouija board. Of course I have no idea whether he gets to sleep at all. I don’t quite know exactly “where” he is, after all, and he doesn’t answer direct questions on the subject. Anyway, there he was, and I started right in.
ML: So what am I supposed to think about Petraeus?
Mr. Jesse Trentadue is a lawyer in Salt Lake City, whose brother, Kenneth, was tortured and murdered by federal agents in a federal prison because of a case of mistaken identity involving the Oklahoma City bombing.
This happened in 1995. Ever since then, Jesse has been an implacable pursuer of justice to an extraordinary extent. He’s had extraordinary success against the FBI and other federal agencies trying to get the truth about what happened to his brother, and also the truth, as he’s gone more and more into it, about what happened in Oklahoma City to the Murrah Building.
The following video is of his talk entitled “The Trentadue Case: No Time To Mourn”at the Seattle Town Hall on September 6, 2012. He continues to fight his battle for justice after 17 years. 1.00.09…..
FBI and CIA Embrace Homosexual Movement… (The US military and State Department aren’t the only branches of the US government to “go gay.”)
The US military and State Department aren’t the only branches of the US government to “go gay.” Since the Obama Administration took control, the FBI and CIA, the two main federal law enforcement and surveillance organizations, have fully embraced the homosexual and
transgender movements, and appear to be poised to crack down on pro-family groups and citizens who are critical…..the FBI is actively recruiting homosexual and “transgender” employees and agents. The FBI’s “careers” website now boasts a page advising potential and current job applicants.pictures and more at link
How Insane Is All Of This?
Our military is being destroyed right in front of our eyes,as is our way of life. It’s amazing that with all that is going on in the world,Congress will be leaving Washington and not returning until after the presidential election,assuming that there is one and Obama does not declare Martial Law. If he begins to feel that he might not win,that is exactly what I believe he will do to remain in power.
(SOMERDALE, NJ) – BETRAYAL, written by two former MCAS El Toro veterans, Robert O’Dowd, investigative reporter and disabled veteran, and Tim King, photo/journalist and war correspondent, is a nonfiction account at two MarineCorps bases of injuries and deaths from exposures to toxic chemicals, murder, narcotrafficing and government cover-up.
BETRAYAL tells the story of the thousands of veterans and their families, once stationed at MCAS El Toro, CA, and Camp Lejeune, NC. Both Marine Corps bases are among the 130 military installations listed as EPA Superfunds, a group of the most environmentally hazardous sites in the U.S.
Birthmarks, be damned: the FBI has officially started rolling out a state-of-the-art face recognitionproject that will assist in their effort to accumulate and archive information about each and every American at a cost of a billion dollars.