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http://www.defenselink.mil//releases/release.aspx?releaseid=12974

U.S. Department of Defense
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Public Affairs)
News Release

IMMEDIATE RELEASE    No. 713-09
September 14, 2009

DoD Announces New Information-Sharing Access to Help Fusion Centers Combat Terrorism

The Departments of Defense (DoD) and Homeland Security (DHS) today announced an initiative to grant select state and major urban area fusion center personnel access to classified terrorism-related information residing in DoD’s classified network.

 

Under this initiative, select fusion center personnel with a federal security clearance will be able to access specific terrorism-related information resident on the DoD Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet)—a secure network used to send classified data. This classified data will be accessed via DHS’ Homeland Security Data Network (HSDN). DHS will be responsible for ensuring that proper security procedures are followed.

 

“With this action, DoD continues its work in supporting states and localities who are leading our efforts to secure the nation from domestic terrorism attacks, said Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense and Americas’ Security Affairs Paul N. Stockton. “We look forward to exploring other opportunities where DoD can help our state and local partners effectively defeat terrorism.”

 

                “This initiative reflects the federal government’s strong commitment to improve information sharing with our state, local, and tribal partners,” said DHS Acting Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis Bart R. Johnson. “Fusion centers are a critical part of our national security enterprise, and this new tool enables federal agencies to share information with these partners while utilizing our advanced technical capabilities for secure information sharing.”

 

This joint initiative will promote collaboration between DHS, DoD and other federal departments and agencies, enabling the trusted and secure exchange of terrorism-related information in order to detect, deter, prevent and respond to homeland security threats.

 

                State and major urban area fusion centers provide critical links for information sharing between and across all levels of government, and help fulfill key recommendations of the 9/11 Commission. This initiative will serve as a valuable resource to enhance situational awaeness and support more timely and complete analysis of national security threats.

 

Increasing the breadth of law enforcement that have access to terrorism-related data will further improve the ability of fusion centers to prevent, detect, deter, and respond to terrorist attacks, and advance the combined missions of DHS and DoD to protect the nation’s security.

 

DHS and DoD remain committed to protecting privacy and civil liberties as well as data and networks in an increasingly vulnerable cyber environment.

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This is 100% for preparation of mass assassination lists, roundup lists, etc.  I swear, their unclassified dumbed down code-word bullshit is more offensive to me than if I saw their classified documents flat out saying they need to kill everyone that opposes the C.O.G. shadow govt.

Seeing shit like this plus the article about JFCOM/GIG, and combining that with everything about the flu.  Everything is going down folks.  They already know that hundreds of thousands of their pawns are going to be killed in firefights trying to takeover the US by force, and as I said in one of my PTD shows with LS, the NWO is moving to completely throw the book at the entire US and smash it to oblivion.  All of the AI interoperability ensures that THEIR systems survive and that THEY survive because they will be the only ones who can effectively communicate to survive within the edge of extreme chaos of their "improved" OODA Loop AI engineered multi-spectrum attack against the US.

I would not be surprised if 10,000,000 foreign mercs are deployed in the US, and God knows what else.

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Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2009, 07:07:20 am »
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/elections/2009/09/16/obama-collecting-web-users-data/?test=latestnews

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/sep/16/obama-wh-collects-web-users-data/?feat=home_cube_position1

Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
The White House is collecting and storing comments and videos placed on its social-networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube without notifying or asking the consent of the site users.
The Washington Times



The White House is collecting and storing comments and videos placed on its social-networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube without notifying or asking the consent of the site users, a failure that appears to run counter to President Obama's promise of a transparent government and his pledge to protect privacy on the Internet, the Washington Times reported.

Marc Rotenberg, president of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, said the White House signaled that it would insist on open dealings with Internet users and, in fact, should feel obliged to disclose that it is collecting such information.

"The White House has not been adequately transparent, particularly on how it makes use of new social media techniques, such as this example," he said.

Defenders of the White House actions said the Presidential Records Act requires that the administration gather the information and that it was justified in taking the additional step of asking a private contractor to "crawl and archive" all such material. Nicholas Shapiro, a White House spokesman, declined to say when the practice began or how much the new contract would cost.

Susan Cooper, a spokeswoman for National Archives and Records Administration, said the presidential records law applies to "social media" and to public comments "received by the president or immediate staff."

Mr. Obama signed a memo in January stating that his efforts to maintain an open government would be "unprecedented" and "ensure the public trust and establish a system of transparency, public participation and collaboration."

An Obama campaign document on technology pledged that, as president, Mr. Obama "will strengthen privacy protections for the digital age and will harness the power of technology to hold government and business accountable for violations of personal privacy."

In a June 5, 2008, article in PC Magazine, Mr. Obama said, "The open information platforms of the 21st century can also tempt institutions to violate the privacy of citizens. We need sensible safeguards that protect privacy in this dynamic new world."

The National Legal and Policy Center, a government ethics watchdog, said archiving the sites would have a "chilling effect" on Web site users who might wish to leave comments critical of the administration.


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Re: Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
« Reply #3 on: September 16, 2009, 07:09:54 am »
since when did facebook myspace etc etc belong to them? to write a story about the government collecting data from "its" websites.
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Re: Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2009, 07:37:35 am »
since when did facebook myspace etc etc belong to them? to write a story about the government collecting data from "its" websites.

Apparently you were assuming those sites are private, independent companies. SURPRISE!

Don't worry, the general public bought it hook, line, and sinker. "it's" is the same as "they", and "they" run this show.
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Re: Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
« Reply #5 on: September 16, 2009, 07:54:55 am »
And even if they don't own them, there is nothing that an ongoing letter of understanding cannot encompass. Which I'm sure is the case. The Government understands that Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace will provide them any information sans subpoena, that the Government desires, and those companies will be allowed to remain unencumbered by those pesky taxes, or cease and desist orders from the govt. Because we all know those websites are very valid means of gathering intel and data on an unsuspecting public.
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Re: Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
« Reply #6 on: September 16, 2009, 07:57:19 am »
i never thought they were private and its nothing new to hear that the government collects info even as i write this and its collected but for them to label those sites as "its' .  "its" is the part that jumped out at me. ive always felt that the internet was something given to the public so we do ourselves in with it. kinda like the old saying " enough rope to hang ourselves with. all our secrets and sins are brought to light because of what we do online.

Apparently you were assuming those sites are private, independent companies. SURPRISE!

Don't worry, the general public bought it hook, line, and sinker. "it's" is the same as "they", and "they" run this show.
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Re: Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
« Reply #7 on: September 16, 2009, 08:01:52 am »
The "it's" is definately in your face kind of admission.
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Pentagon to Share Terrorism Info at Local Level


http://www.defenselink.mil//news/newsarticle.aspx?id=55850

By Fred W. Baker III

American Forces Press Service

WASHINGTON, Sept. 15, 2009 – Pentagon officials will begin sharing access to classified, terrorism-related information stored on the secure Defense Department network with state and local agencies.

Officials will make the information available using a Department of Homeland Security computer network that ties together that department’s intelligence centers nationwide.

Dubbed “fusion centers,” these intelligence-gathering offices reside in most states and larger cities and share information with the federal government, as well as with other agencies in their area. As of this summer, there were 72 such centers.

The two Cabinet departments announced the joint information-sharing venture yesterday.

Only select staff with federal security clearances at the centers will have access to the information, said Air Force Lt. Col. René White, a Defense Department spokeswoman. Homeland Security is responsible for training and ensuring no one accesses the data without the proper clearances, she said.

Also, those cleared will have access only to pre-approved data within the network, she said. Most of the information available will be helpful for analyzing the actions of specific terrorists or terrorist organizations. It also will help local agencies understand terrorist organization hierarchies and establish patterns in their activities, White explained.

The information to be shared does not include any data on any specific U.S. citizen, White said.

The Defense Department now shares similar access to its secure network with the FBI, the CIA and the National Guard. Defense leaders heralded the move as another step in the two departments working together to protect the United States.

"With this action, [the Defense Department] continues its work in supporting states and localities who are leading our efforts to secure the nation from domestic terrorism attacks,” Paul N. Stockton, assistant secretary of defense for homeland defense and Americas' security affairs, said in a release.

The first fusion centers were put in place in 2006 as a way for federal, state and local agencies to share information on terrorist threats and criminal activity.

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Re: Obama Collecting Web Users' Data
« Reply #9 on: September 16, 2009, 08:46:34 am »
You must realize there is no privacy. The masses are led to believe our privacy is protected and therefore do and say things they otherwise would not if they knew the truth.

This is yet one more tactic being used to identify the possible problem makers ( in their  eyes ) like myself, others here and elsewhere so when the time comes it will be that much easier for them to "deal with us".

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And now a word from your friends at CIA-NSA-NWO... NEW MISSIONS!!
« Reply #10 on: September 16, 2009, 09:26:51 am »

DNI's Strategic Plan Outlines New Missions
Counterintelligence, Cybersecurity Stressed

By Walter Pincus
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The top U.S. intelligence official said counterintelligence and cybersecurity would be given new emphasis under a four-year strategic plan he unveiled Tuesday.

Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair told reporters that although combating extremism, issuing warnings, countering weapons proliferation and supporting military operations overseas remain major priorities, the 16 agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community must also work to keep abreast of technical innovations and developments in information technology.

The objectives outlined in the new National Intelligence Strategy, he said, "can only be carried out by an intelligence community that is agile, adaptive and united."

Blair described the strategy, the first to be drawn up under the Obama administration, as "a muscular intelligence response to meet the nation's responsibilities so that we can provide good advice to the policymakers and in the field."

Asked about a U.S. military attack on terrorism suspects in Somalia this week, Blair said, "We are as aggressive in the intelligence world as we were before, and, in fact, in the particular area of working against groups of violent extremists . . . we can be more aggressive because we are gaining more and more knowledge."

In the past, counterintelligence was directed primarily at exposing foreign spies. Raising it to a main mission, the document says that now, the targets are not only foreign governments but also "non-state actors, violent extremist groups, cyber intruders and criminal organizations" that are increasingly undermining U.S. interests in myriad ways.

It cites as examples attempts to "manipulate U.S. policy and diplomatic efforts, disrupt or mitigate the effectiveness of our military plans and weapons systems, and erode our economic and technological advantage."

The new strategy envisions more collaborative counterintelligence efforts across government agencies to "identify, deceive, exploit, disrupt and protect against these threats." The task is described as not only penetrating enemy intelligence agencies but also employing "counterintelligence across the cyber domain to protect critical infrastructure."

In calling for enhanced cybersecurity as another major mission, the strategy paper declares that the nation's computerized infrastructure "is neither secure nor resilient." It says foreign governments and others are "stealing, changing or destroying information," potentially undermining "national confidence in the information systems" on which the country depends.

"China is very aggressive in the cyber world," Blair said in answer to a question. "So, too, is Russia and others."

He said the intelligence community should strive to detect and identify those breaking into U.S. systems and to spot "the vulnerabilities of our adversaries."

Another Blair initiative is the establishment and enforcement of "performance expectations" for the agencies under his authority. Each agency, such as the CIA or the Defense Intelligence Agency, produces a strategic plan in concert with the national intelligence strategy. Now, Blair's office will assess their progress.

This is not just an educational exercise, Blair said Tuesday, but a plan that "allows for a scorecard on performance."


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The National
Intelligence Strategy
August 2009

Foreword
Twenty years after the Berlin Wall came down and eight years after the tragedy of September
11, 2001, the United States has emerged from the post-Cold War world and
post-9/11 world. We know the type of world we face, the nature of the threats, challenges,
and opportunities before us, and the role intelligence can play in supporting
policies that advance our national interests.

The United States faces a complex and rapidly shifting international security landscape.
Events at home and abroad move quickly, often in an interconnected fashion, driven by
the pace of technological change and international communications. National security
priorities adapt as rapidly as these events unfold. The Intelligence Community (IC) must
keep a steady focus on enduring challenges in and among nation-states and persistent
transnational issues, and also be agile in adapting to emerging threats and harnessing
opportunities. The National Intelligence Strategy (NIS) sets out the following guiding
principles: responsive and incisive understanding of global threats and opportunities,
coupled with an agility that brings to bear the Community’s capabilities.

The 2009 NIS represents several advances in the Director of National Intelligence’s
(DNI) leadership of the National Intelligence Program (NIP) and the IC. It reflects a refined
understanding of the counterterrorism challenge and elevates the importance of
the challenges we face in the cyber domain and from counterintelligence threats. This
NIS also affirms priorities to focus IC plans and actions for the next four years, while
providing direction to guide development of future IC capabilities. The NIS highlights
areas that demand our attention, resources, and commitment. It also establishes the
basis for accountability, in conjunction with an implementation plan, to ensure that the
Community meets the goals of our strategy.

This document affirms the vital role that intelligence plays in our Nation’s security.
We will only succeed because of the extraordinary talent, courage, and patriotism of
our professionals.

Dennis C. Blair
Director of National Intelligence




The National
Intelligence Strategy
August 2009

Foreword

Twenty years after the Berlin Wall came down and eight years after the tragedy of September
11, 2001, the United States has emerged from the post-Cold War world and
post-9/11 world. We know the type of world we face, the nature of the threats, challenges,
and opportunities before us, and the role intelligence can play in supporting
policies that advance our national interests.

The United States faces a complex and rapidly shifting international security landscape.
Events at home and abroad move quickly, often in an interconnected fashion, driven by
the pace of technological change and international communications. National security
priorities adapt as rapidly as these events unfold. The Intelligence Community (IC) must
keep a steady focus on enduring challenges in and among nation-states and persistent
transnational issues, and also be agile in adapting to emerging threats and harnessing
opportunities. The National Intelligence Strategy (NIS) sets out the following guiding
principles: responsive and incisive understanding of global threats and opportunities,
coupled with an agility that brings to bear the Community’s capabilities.

The 2009 NIS represents several advances in the Director of National Intelligence’s
(DNI) leadership of the National Intelligence Program (NIP) and the IC. It reflects a refined
understanding of the counterterrorism challenge and elevates the importance of
the challenges we face in the cyber domain and from counterintelligence threats. This
NIS also affirms priorities to focus IC plans and actions for the next four years, while
providing direction to guide development of future IC capabilities. The NIS highlights
areas that demand our attention, resources, and commitment. It also establishes the
basis for accountability, in conjunction with an implementation plan, to ensure that the
Community meets the goals of our strategy.

This document affirms the vital role that intelligence plays in our Nation’s security.
We will only succeed because of the extraordinary talent, courage, and patriotism of
our professionals.

Dennis C. Blair
Director of National Intelligence


VISION FOR THE
INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY


The United States Intelligence Community must constantly strive for and
exhibit three characteristics essential to our effectiveness. The IC must be
integrated: a team making the whole greater than the sum of its parts. We
must also be agile: an enterprise with an adaptive, diverse, continually
learning, and mission-driven intelligence workforce that embraces innovation
and takes initiative. Moreover, the IC must exemplify America’s values:
operating under the rule of law, consistent with Americans’ expectations
for protection of privacy and civil liberties, respectful of human rights, and
in a manner that retains the trust of the American people.

THE STRATEGIC
ENVIRONMENT


The United States faces a complex and rapidly changing
national security environment in which nationstates,
highly capable non-state actors, and other
transnational forces will continue to compete with
and challenge U.S. national interests. Adversaries are
likely to use asymmetric means and technology (either
new or applied in a novel way) to counter U.S.
interests at home and abroad. There may be opportunities
for cooperative multilateral action to meet
these challenges.

A number of nation-states have the ability to
challenge U.S. interests in traditional (e.g., military
force and espionage) and emerging (e.g., cyber operations)
ways.

Iran poses an array of challenges to U.S. security
objectives in the Middle East and beyond
because of its nuclear and missile programs,
support of terrorism, and provision of lethal aid
to U.S. and Coalition adversaries
.

• North Korea continues to threaten peace and
security in East Asia because of its sustained
pursuit of nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities,
its transfer of these capabilities to third
parties, its erratic behavior, and its large conventional
military capability.

• China shares many interests with the United
States, but its increasing natural resource-focused
diplomacy and military modernization
are among the factors making it a complex
global challenge.

• Russia is a U.S. partner in important initiatives
such as securing fissile material and combating
nuclear terrorism, but it may continue to seek
avenues for reasserting power and influence in
ways that complicate U.S. interests.

There also may be opportunities for cooperation with
many nation-states, including those cited above, in
support of common interests that include promoting
rule of law, representative government, free and fair
trade, energy, and redress of troublesome transnational
issues.

Non-state and sub-state actors increasingly impact
our national security.

• Violent extremist groups are planning to
use terrorism—including the possible use of
nuclear weapons or devices if they can acquire
them—to attack the United States.
Working in
a number of regions, these groups aim to derail
the rule of law, erode societal order, attack U.S.
strategic partners, and otherwise challenge U.S.
interests worldwide.

• Insurgents are attempting to destabilize vulnerable
states in regions of strategic interest to the
United States.

• Transnational criminal organizations, including
those that traffic drugs,
(CIA comes to mind...) pose a threat to U.S.
interests by potentially penetrating and corrupting
strategically vital markets; destabilizing
certain nation-states; ( yes... like Iran ...) and providing weapons,
hard currency, and other support to insurgents
and violent criminal factions.

A number of transnational forces and trends—from
shifting global demographics to resource struggles—
present strategic challenges to U.S. interests, but also
provide new opportunities for U.S. global leadership.

• The global economic crisis could accelerate
and weaken U.S. security by fueling political
turbulence. In some developing economies, a
sustained slowdown could induce social and
political instability, while in others it could erode
support for market-oriented liberal democracy
and create openings for authoritarianism.
(yes, we know your plan.... )

• Failed states and ungoverned spaces offer terrorist
and criminal organizations safe haven and
possible access to weapons of mass destruction
(WMD), and may cause or exacerbate starvation,
genocide, and environmental degradation.

• Climate change and energy competition may
produce second-order effects for national security
as states anticipate the effects of global
warming (e.g., by contesting water resources in
regions with limited potable sources) and seek
to secure new energy sources, transport routes,
and territorial claims.

• Rapid technological change and dissemination
of information continue to alter social, economic,
and political forces, providing new means for
our adversaries and competitors to challenge
us, while also providing the United States with
new opportunities to preserve or gain competitive
advantages.

As the 2009 H1N1 influenza outbreak vividly illustrates,
the risk of pandemic disease presents
a persistent challenge to global health, commerce,
and economic well-being.

(Such a handy pandemic to have right now... )

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The Intelligence Community has four strategic goals.
In order to meet them, we must operate effectively
regardless of where the intelligence resides, with a
clear legal framework to guide us. The first two goals,
supported by six Mission Objectives (MOs), speak
to the missions we must accomplish. The third and
fourth goals, supported by seven Enterprise Objectives
(EOs), describe what we will achieve as an intelligence
enterprise to support our Mission Objectives.

• Enable wise national security policies by continuously
monitoring and assessing the international
security environment to warn policymakers
of threats and inform them of opportunities.
We will provide policymakers with strategic
intelligence that helps them understand countries,
regions, issues, and the potential outcomes
of their decisions. We will also provide
feedback to policymakers on the impact of
their decisions.

• Support effective national security action. The
IC will deliver actionable intelligence to support
diplomats, military units, interagency organizations
in the field, and domestic law enforcement
organizations at all levels. At times, we will be
directed by the President to carry out covert
activities that we will faithfully execute within
the bounds of U.S. law.

• Deliver balanced and improving capabilities
that leverage the diversity of the Community’s
unique competencies and evolve to support
new missions and operating concepts. We must
integrate Community capabilities to reap synergies
and efficiencies, continuously reassessing
and adjusting our portfolio so that we can prepare
for tomorrow’s challenges while
performing today’s missions.

• Operate as a single integrated team, employing
collaborative teams that leverage the full range
of IC capabilities to meet the requirements of
our users, from the President to deployed
military units.

Mission Objectives

MO1: Combat Violent Extremism
MO2: Counter WMD Proliferation
MO3: Provide Strategic Intelligence and Warning
MO4: Integrate Counterintelligence
MO5: Enhance Cybersecurity
MO6: Support Current Operations

Enterprise Objectives
EO1: Enhance Community

Mission Management

EO2: Strengthen Partnerships
EO3: Streamline Business Processes
EO4: Improve Information Integration & Sharing
EO5: Advance S&T/R&D
EO6: Develop the Workforce
EO7: Improve Acquisition

Full Report is here: http://www.dni.gov/reports/2009_NIS.pdf

And  the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, 
Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren,  ye have done it unto me.

Matthew 25:40

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« Reply #11 on: September 16, 2009, 09:36:46 am »
DNI's Strategic Plan Outlines New Missions
Counterintelligence, Cybersecurity Stressed

By Walter Pincus
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The top U.S. intelligence official said counterintelligence and cybersecurity would be given new emphasis under a four-year strategic plan he unveiled Tuesday.

Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair told reporters that although combating extremism, issuing warnings, countering weapons proliferation and supporting military operations overseas remain major priorities, the 16 agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community must also work to keep abreast of technical innovations and developments in information technology.

The objectives outlined in the new National Intelligence Strategy, he said, "can only be carried out by an intelligence community that is agile, adaptive and united."

Blair described the strategy, the first to be drawn up under the Obama administration, as "a muscular intelligence response to meet the nation's responsibilities so that we can provide good advice to the policymakers and in the field."

Asked about a U.S. military attack on terrorism suspects in Somalia this week, Blair said, "We are as aggressive in the intelligence world as we were before, and, in fact, in the particular area of working against groups of violent extremists . . . we can be more aggressive because we are gaining more and more knowledge."

In the past, counterintelligence was directed primarily at exposing foreign spies. Raising it to a main mission, the document says that now, the targets are not only foreign governments but also "non-state actors, violent extremist groups, cyber intruders and criminal organizations" that are increasingly undermining U.S. interests in myriad ways.



Hmmm...how? By meeting in such large numbers in PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATIONS BIGGER THAN YOU'VE EVER SEEN? By thinking the constitution is cool and needs to stay? What?

http://www.dni.gov/reports/2009_NIS.pdf

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Re: WHO DELETED THIS?! PLEASE MODS LET THIS STAY.
« Reply #12 on: September 16, 2009, 09:38:28 am »
Hmmm...how? By meeting in such large numbers in PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATIONS BIGGER THAN YOU'VE EVER SEEN? By thinking the constitution is cool and needs to stay? What?

http://www.dni.gov/reports/2009_NIS.pdf


 you might appreciate the title change for the merged thread with the other similar articles.

definite pattern emerging
All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately

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« Reply #13 on: September 16, 2009, 09:39:58 am »
you might appreciate the title change for the merged thread with the other similar articles.

definite pattern emerging

Pattern of what? I don't get it.

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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for roundups
« Reply #14 on: September 16, 2009, 09:40:11 am »
Damn Sane, why is it you Cannot leave a topic title alone??? Don't you think an author of a article or post KNOWS what htey want to title it? You might THINK you know better, but if you do, how about just posting yours thoughts, and not exerting your authority as a mod to abuse your thoughts upon the rrest of us, even IF they are accurate.
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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for roundups
« Reply #15 on: September 16, 2009, 09:49:17 am »
Damn Sane, why is it you Cannot leave a topic title alone??? Don't you think an author of a article or post KNOWS what htey want to title it? You might THINK you know better, but if you do, how about just posting yours thoughts, and not exerting your authority as a mod to abuse your thoughts upon the rrest of us, even IF they are accurate.

Well this is a combination of 4 articles all on the same subject...consolidation of all data on the internet used for central control and worse, internet stasi targeting of red team v. blue team BS.


CRIPS v. BLOODS on the internet complete with black ops teams to finish the job.

what exactly would you like the title to be taking into consideration the many articles about this?

And you must know by now that I am a forum Nazi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bdlFYrHoGs
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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for roundups
« Reply #16 on: September 16, 2009, 09:59:05 am »
Well this is a combination of 4 articles all on the same subject...consolidation of all data on the internet used for central control and worse, internet stasi targeting of red team v. blue team BS.


CRIPS v. BLOODS on the internet complete with black ops teams to finish the job.

what exactly would you like the title to be taking into consideration the many articles about this?

And you must know by now that I am a forum Nazi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bdlFYrHoGs

ok. i agree that the title is totally appropriate.

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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for roundups
« Reply #17 on: September 16, 2009, 09:59:12 am »
Well this is a combination of 4 articles all on the same subject...consolidation of all data on the internet used for central control and worse, internet stasi targeting of red team v. blue team BS.


CRIPS v. BLOODS on the internet complete with black ops teams to finish the job.

what exactly would you like the title to be taking into consideration the many articles about this?

And you must know by now that I am a forum Nazi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bdlFYrHoGs

Thanks for that link! Awesome!! And loved the cameo with Sociostudent - lmao!
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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for roundups
« Reply #18 on: September 16, 2009, 10:07:34 am »
This title is highly appropriate, but the issue is, you seem to normally do it at a whim, is all I'm saying. I had no idea this thread was a collaboration of 3 or 4, and I still said it was appropriate in this case. But there have been times when i could just sit here and shake my head in the unashamed way you did it.

But that Hitler clip IS hysterical Mein Fuhrer.


Well this is a combination of 4 articles all on the same subject...consolidation of all data on the internet used for central control and worse, internet stasi targeting of red team v. blue team BS.


CRIPS v. BLOODS on the internet complete with black ops teams to finish the job.

what exactly would you like the title to be taking into consideration the many articles about this?

And you must know by now that I am a forum Nazi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bdlFYrHoGs
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« Reply #19 on: September 16, 2009, 10:10:54 am »
This title is highly appropriate, but the issue is, you seem to normally do it at a whim, is all I'm saying. I had no idea this thread was a collaboration of 3 or 4, and I still said it was appropriate in this case. But there have been times when i could just sit here and shake my head in the unashamed way you did it.



dude, I wish this forum was not like the "Pong" of Forum software, but we tried updated ones and they are so suceptible to viruses and hacks.

it is archaic, makes it hard to find merged stuff, does not have indexing, on and on and on.

usually I am not that active, but the shit has hit the fan and the fan is on high ;)
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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for Internet Data roundups
« Reply #20 on: September 16, 2009, 05:45:58 pm »
It was def a forum nazi moment, but Sane knows what's best.

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« Reply #21 on: September 16, 2009, 06:45:35 pm »
It was def a forum nazi moment, but Sane knows what's best.

rarely true, just got lucky this time
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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for Internet Data roundups
« Reply #22 on: September 16, 2009, 06:59:43 pm »
All Nazis are control freaks, but not all control freaks are Nazis.
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Re: Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intelligence in United States
« Reply #23 on: September 16, 2009, 08:35:49 pm »


Remarks by National Security Adviser Jones at 45th Munich Conference on Security Policy

Published February 8, 2009

Speaker:    
James L. Jones

U.S. National Security Adviser Jones gave these remarks at the 45th Munich Conference on Security Policy at the Hotel Bayerischer Hof on February 8, 2009.

"Thank you for that wonderful tribute to Henry Kissinger yesterday. Congratulations. As the most recent National Security Advisor of the United States, I take my daily orders from Dr. Kissinger, filtered down through General Brent Scowcroft and Sandy Berger, who is also here. We have a chain of command in the National Security Council that exists today.

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http://www.cfr.org/publication/18515/remarks_by_national_security_adviser_jones_at_45th_munich_conference_on_security_policy.html
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Re: Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intelligence in United States
« Reply #24 on: September 16, 2009, 08:50:57 pm »

Remarks by National Security Adviser Jones at 45th Munich Conference on Security Policy

Published February 8, 2009

Speaker:   
James L. Jones

U.S. National Security Adviser Jones gave these remarks at the 45th Munich Conference on Security Policy at the Hotel Bayerischer Hof on February 8, 2009.

"Thank you for that wonderful tribute to Henry Kissinger yesterday. Congratulations. As the most recent National Security Advisor of the United States, I take my daily orders from Dr. Kissinger, filtered down through General Brent Scowcroft and Sandy Berger, who is also here. We have a chain of command in the National Security Council that exists today.

((Article con't..))

http://www.cfr.org/publication/18515/remarks_by_national_security_adviser_jones_at_45th_munich_conference_on_security_policy.html


Well at least its now out in the open...
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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #25 on: September 16, 2009, 10:47:53 pm »
Seriously though... "It's not the J00000's, it's the N.W.O."

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Sandy Berger


Sandy Berger A.K.A. Samuel R. Berger

Born: 28-Oct-1945
Birthplace: Sharon, CT

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: National Security Advisor for Bill Clinton


Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger was the National Security Advisor during President Bill Clinton's second term, from 1997 to 2001.

After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1971, he became a speechwriter for George McGovern's 1972 presidential campaign, where Berger and Clinton first met. Berger worked as a partner in the Washington law firm of Hogan and Hartson from 1973 to 1977, then took the post of deputy director of policy planning at the State Department in the Jimmy Carter presidency. After Carter lost his bid for re-election, Berger returned to Hogan and Hartson, where he worked until taking leave in 1988 to act as a foreign policy advisor for Michael Dukakis' presidential campaign. When Dukakis was defeated, Berger again returned to Hogan and Hartson until his friend Clinton ran for president in 1992.
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Henry Kissinger


Henry Kissinger A.K.A. Heinz Alfred Kissinger

Born: 27-May-1923
Birthplace: Fuerth, Germany

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government, Diplomat, Author
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Secretary of State, 1973-77


Military service: US Army Counter-Intelligence Corps (1943-46); Military Intelligence (1946-49)

Father: Louis Kissinger (b. 2-Feb-1887, 14-Mar-1982)
Mother: Paula Stern (b. 1901)
Brother: Walter Kissinger (b. 21-Jun-1924)
Wife: Ann Fleisher (m. 6-Feb-1949, div. 1964)
Daughter: Elizabeth
Son: David Alexander
Girlfriend: Jill St. John
Wife: Nancy Maginnes (m. 30-Mar-1974)
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Both of which bark orders to be pass on via their Zionist-CFR-Lapdog

Brent Scowcroft
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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #26 on: September 17, 2009, 12:15:01 am »
Seriously though... "It's not the J00000's, it's the N.W.O."
http://www.nndb.com/people/307/000044175/
http://www.nndb.com/people/357/000022291/

Both of which bark orders to be pass on via their Zionist-CFR-Lapdog

Brent Scowcroft
http://www.nndb.com/people/664/000024592/

awww man, I knew we would have to pay for your research in the yale thread. : )
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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #27 on: September 17, 2009, 07:12:25 am »
Kissinger, as well as James Baker, worked for the Saudis AGAINST the victims and families of 9/11.

Could there be a more despicable act?

The guy is a traitor and a war criminal involved in genocide and murder.

Osama Bin Laden is an angel compared to Kissinger.

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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #28 on: September 17, 2009, 09:58:00 am »

Mr. Henry Kissinger. If anyone deserves to be jailed for High Treason, Henry is the man.

Yes , he is a traitor and a sadistical pyscopath, I am convinced he gets off on body counts. I mean that. He pushed Nam for tricky dick, result, 3 million Vietnamese killed mostly innocents, and about 65,000 of Americans sons. He must have mental orgasms when the kill numbers reach the million mark.
Iraq is right up there in number, aproximelty 1,370,000 dead, again mostly innocents.
I firmly beleive he could do the same within this nation, and recieve the same thrill.
Obama, has this war criminal running the military, and some people say he is afraid of being offed by the power. Think again, Oby is a shoe in, a an opportunist, a sociaopathic freak, and the gang working for him have proven what they think of this nation. He took the throne with all the contracts signed for the elite, he is sold out, a traitor. A class A con man, and we pay in blood for his insanity and that of his masters.


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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #29 on: September 17, 2009, 10:16:59 am »
Kissinger, as well as James Baker, worked for the Saudis AGAINST the victims and families of 9/11.

Could there be a more despicable act?

The guy is a traitor and a war criminal involved in genocide and murder.

Osama Bin Laden is an angel compared to Kissinger.

It is Sir Henry Kissinger (not just Henry Kissinger), Knight Commander to the British Empire, who took a solemn oath to obey Queen Elizabeth II above all else.

Other Knights of the British Empire:

Sir George HW Bush
Sir Alan Greenspan
Sir Bill Gates III
Sir Tommy Franks
Sir Colin Powell
Sir Ted Kennedy (deceased)
Sir Norman Swarzkopf
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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #30 on: September 17, 2009, 10:36:13 am »
kissinger is possibly the most evil dangerous guy ever?...
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Re: DoD / CIA / DNI / NSA / NRO target all citizens for roundups
« Reply #31 on: September 17, 2009, 10:58:36 am »
And you must know by now that I am a forum Nazi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bdlFYrHoGs

Never seen that before.... Classic!  Excellent work Chrisgeo!

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« Reply #32 on: September 17, 2009, 01:18:21 pm »
kissinger is possibly the most evil dangerous guy ever?...

I think he's just the mouthpiece / lackey / front man of the most evil guy ever.
And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin' to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR FREEDOM!

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« Reply #33 on: September 17, 2009, 01:25:43 pm »

And you must know by now that I am a forum Nazi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bdlFYrHoGs

apparently you are world famous for being a forum Nazi. I don't know what you guys did to Normski252 but he is upset.
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« Reply #34 on: September 17, 2009, 01:29:41 pm »
If you are bored, check out this crazy article:

Where's Henry Kissinger when we need him?
And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin' to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they'll never take... OUR FREEDOM!

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« Reply #35 on: September 22, 2009, 03:44:58 am »
And you must know by now that I am a forum Nazi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bdlFYrHoGs
Now that was funny!!!  (even though, I gotta say, it really pisses me off when my posts/threads get mysteriously relocated)
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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #36 on: September 22, 2009, 11:49:57 pm »




In Reversal, Napolitano Supports Sharing Military Intelligence with Local Law Enforcement

http://www.allgov.com/ViewNews/In_Reversal_Napolitano_Supports_Sharing_Military_Intelligence_with_Local_Law_Enforcement_90919

Saturday, September 19, 2009
Fusion Center

Only two months ago, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano declared fusion centers—where local, state and federal law enforcement—and private companies—work to combat terrorism, would not be given access to military databases. But now Napolitano has reversed herself and decided to provide classified military intelligence to fusion centers. Civil libertarians are not happy with Napolitano’s about-face on the issue.
 
Michael Macleod-Ball, acting director of the ACLU’s Washington Legislative Office, called the decision “a recipe for disaster.” He added: “As fusion centers gain more and more access to Americans’ private information, the information about them being made available to the American public remains woefully inadequate. There is a stunning lack of oversight at these fusion centers and, as we’ve seen, these centers are rapidly becoming a breeding ground for overzealous intelligence activities.”
 
The ACLU released a report in 2007 warning of dangers posed by fusion centers if government oversight is not bolstered. These included the centers’ ambiguous lines of authority, participation of private corporations and the military, and the use of data mining.
 
There were reportedly 72 fusion centers in the United States as of July 2009.
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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #37 on: September 22, 2009, 11:52:16 pm »


Police to get access to classified military intelligence

http://rawstory.com/08/news/2009/09/16/police-to-get-access-to-classified-military-intelligence/



By John Byrne

Published: September 16, 2009
Updated 1 week ago



In a move raising eyebrows among civil liberties advocates, the Department of Homeland Security announced Monday that it would give so-called local and state “fusion centers” access to classified military intelligence in Pentagon databases.

Fusion centers are hubs for local law enforcement, the private sector and the intelligence community, and were created in an effort to fight terrorism. There are more than seventy known centers across the United States.

The decision to give fusion centers access to classified intelligence appears to a shift in policy by Homeland Security. In July, Secretary Janet Napolitano “that fusion centers were not intended to have a military presence, and that she was not aware of ones that did,” according to the New York Times.

The centers have been a flashpoint of criticism from civil liberties groups. The American Civil Liberties Union, in particular, has been a vehement critic.

“As fusion centers gain more and more access to Americans’ private information, the information about them being made available to the American public remains woefully inadequate,” Michael Macleod-Ball, Acting Director of the ACLU Washington Legislative Office, said in a statement. “There is a stunning lack of oversight at these fusion centers and, as we’ve seen, these centers are rapidly becoming a breeding ground for overzealous intelligence activities. Opening the door for domestic law enforcement to gain access to classified military intelligence coupled with no guidelines restricting the military’s role in fusion centers is a recipe for disaster.”

In February, the ACLU highlighted a bulletin issued by a West Texas center. The Texas bulletin said it was “imperative for law enforcement officers to report” the activities of lobbying groups, Muslim civil rights organizations and anti-war protest groups in their region.

The model also took fire in April after a Virginia fusion center directive became public, which declared that US universities had become “radicalization node“s for potential terrorist activity — singling out several historically black colleges. The memo also called out “hacktivism” as a potential terrorist threat.

Remarkably, among the fusion center’s critics is the Justice Department itself. A December, 2008 “Privacy Impact Assessment” of the centers issued by the Department listed a number of key privacy weaknesses of the intelligence nexuses.

Among the problems listed were: “Justification for fusion centers; Ambiguous Lines of Authority, Rules, and Oversight; Participation of the Military and the Private Sector; Data Mining; Excessive Secrecy; Inaccurate or Incomplete Information; and Mission Creep.”

Defenders take message to Congress

A Homeland Security proponent, Robert Riegle of the State and Local Program Office, Office of Intelligence and Analysis, defended the centers in testimony to Congress in April, saying they’d experienced numerous law enforcement successes as a result of information sharing.

“Fusion centers are the core means by which we promote Federal, State, local and Tribal information sharing. Today, the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice recognize 70 fusion centers, including ones in every state and every major city of the United States,” Riegle said. “Nearly half of these centers have been stood up since 2006 and have grown rapidly in number and effectiveness. Many fusion centers are in their infancy and many infrastructure challenges remain, but the successes that the centers have realized thus far give us good reason for our continued support.”

“Fusion centers are force multipliers,” Riegle added. “They leverage financial resources and the expertise of numerous public safety partners to increase information awareness and help our law enforcement agencies more effectively protect our communities. Thoughtful analysis about risks to our communities supports elected officials and homeland security leaders. This enables states and localities to better utilize limited financial resources to make effective, risk-based decisions about public safety matters and mitigate threats to the homeland.”

The ACLU isn’t so sure.

“Congress must take the necessary steps to ensure that a thorough and rigorous oversight mechanism is in place to ensure that Americans’ most sensitive information is protected,” the ACLU’s legislative director said. “Without proper guidelines, fusion centers will continue to threaten our privacy while doing nothing to improve security.”

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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #38 on: September 24, 2009, 10:53:11 am »
There is a reason that there are now multiple "FUSION" Centers popping up around the United States.


Slow and steady wins the race toward the militant police state which is needed to thwart those "terrorists who make multiple references to the U.S. Constitution."

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Re: Sir Henry Kissinger granted control of all Military Intel in United States
« Reply #39 on: October 08, 2009, 11:26:32 am »
It is Sir Henry Kissinger (not just Henry Kissinger), Knight Commander to the British Empire, who took a solemn oath to obey Queen Elizabeth II above all else.

Other Knights of the British Empire:

Sir George HW Bush
Sir Alan Greenspan
Sir Bill Gates III
Sir Tommy Franks
Sir Colin Powell
Sir Ted Kennedy (deceased)
Sir Norman Swarzkopf


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