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I cannot even believe all of the open acts of treason committed at every Aspen Institute meeting:

Former Bush NSA director calls for ‘digital Blackwater’
http://www.rawstory.com/rawreplay/2011/07/former-bush-nsa-director-calls-for-digital-blackwater/
Posted on 07.30.11 By David Edwards

The man who headed the NSA and CIA under President George W. Bush suggested Friday that mercenaries were needed to deal with growing cyber threats.

Gen. Michael Hayden told the Aspen Security Forum that in the near future, the Department of Defense may have to allow the creation of a “digital Blackwater.”

Private sector offense “might be one of those big new ideas in terms of how we have to conduct ourselves in this new cyber domain,” Hayden explained. “You think back long enough in history and there are times when the private sector was responsible for its own defense.”

“We may come to a point where defense is more actively and aggressively defined even for the private sector and what is permitted there is something that we would never let the private sector do in physical space… Let me really throw out a bumper sticker for you. How about a digital Blackwater?” he suggested.

“I mean, we have privatized certain defense activities even in physical space and now you’ve got a new domain in which we don’t have any paths trampled down in the forest in terms of what it is we expect the government or will allow the government to do. In the past when that has happened, private sector expands to fill the empty space. I’m not quite and advocate for that but these are the kinds of things that are going to be put into play soon.”

Watch the entire Aspen Security Forum on cyber security here.

Watch this video from the Aspen Institute, broadcast July 29, 2011.
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Please read the following at least 5x:

“I mean, we have privatized certain defense activities even in physical space and now you’ve got a new domain in which we don’t have any paths trampled down in the forest in terms of what it is we expect the government or will allow the government to do. In the past when that has happened, private sector expands to fill the empty space. I’m not quite an advocate for that but these are the kinds of things that are going to be put into play soon.”

He is saying that the people would never allow the government to engage in such wanton mass murder, but with a 'digital blackwater.' the government is shielded from the private groups' actions.

That statement right before this one where he mentions a 'digital blackwater' proves that blackwater was always set up to shield the US government and anti-constitutional military globalists by blaming all the crap on blackwater.

This also proves that the agenda is to never truly investigate blackwater, to never really target blackwater because they are just fulfilling their contract. Their contract is to engage in indiscriminate mass murder, false flags, manufacture chaos, act as inhumane to the native populations as possible. When they were targeting Eric Prince, he slipped through the cracks oddly enough. Now we know why, he could have just explained what was really going on. The New World Order need both physical and digital blackwaters to rob US wealth and transform a healthy society into a destabilized warzone.

And psychopathic delusional trilateral terrorist General Hayden is proud to proclaim such treasonous statements at Bilderberg's Aspen Institute meeting.
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Please read the following at least 5x:

He is saying that the people would never allow the government to engage in such wanton mass murder, but with a 'digital blackwater.' the government is shielded from the private groups' actions.

That statement right before this one where he mentions a 'digital blackwater' proves that blackwater was always set up to shield the US government and anti-constitutional military globalists by blaming all the crap on blackwater.

This also proves that the agenda is to never truly investigate blackwater, to never really target blackwater because they are just fulfilling their contract. Their contract is to engage in indiscriminate mass murder, false flags, manufacture chaos, act as inhumane to the native populations as possible. When they were targeting Eric Prince, he slipped through the cracks oddly enough. Now we know why, he could have just explained what was really going on. The New World Order need both physical and digital blackwaters to rob US wealth and transform a healthy society into a destabilized warzone.

And psychopathic delusional trilateral terrorist General Hayden is proud to proclaim such treasonous statements at Bilderberg's Aspen Institute meeting.

Check out these photos of the other dinner attendees that Michael Hayden was with (see link for all the photos):

http://www.iiss.org/50th-anniversary/50th-anniversary-dinner-washington/gallery/

Former CIA Director General Michael  Hayden, Graham Allison, Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Peter Pace


Lynn Forester de Rothschild and Henry Kissinger


IISS-US Chairman Michael Rich, John Chipman and Sir Michael Howard


Henry Kissinger and John Chipman lead off the discussion

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wl3qdSK_45E
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CIA to reveal 'skeletons' / Agency to declassify records of abuses, from domestic spying to assassination attempts
June 22, 2007|By Karen DeYoung, Walter Pincus, Washington Post

2007-06-22 04:00:00 PST Washington -- The CIA will declassify hundreds of pages of long-secret records detailing some of the intelligence agency's worst illegal abuses -- the so-called "family jewels" documenting a quarter-century of overseas assassination attempts, domestic spying, kidnapping and infiltration of leftist groups from the 1950s to the 1970s, CIA Director Michael Hayden said Thursday.

The documents, to be publicly released next week, also include accounts of break-ins and theft, the agency's opening of private mail to and from China and the Soviet Union, wiretaps and surveillance of journalists, and a series of "unwitting" tests on U.S. civilians, including the use of drugs.

"Most of it is unflattering, but it is CIA's history," Hayden said in a speech to a conference of foreign policy historians. The documents have been sought for decades by historians, journalists and conspiracy theorists and have been the subject of many fruitless Freedom of Information Act requests.

In anticipation of the CIA's release, the National Security Archive at George Washington University on Thursday published a separate set of documents from January 1975 detailing internal government deliberations of the abuses. Those documents portray a rising sense of panic within the administration of President Ford that what then-CIA Director William Colby called "skeletons" in the CIA's closet had begun to be revealed in news accounts.

An article about the CIA's infiltration of anti-war groups, published by New York Times reporter Seymour Hersh in December 1974, was "just the tip of the iceberg," then-Secretary of State Henry Kissinger warned Ford, according to a Jan. 3, 1975, memorandum of their conversation.

Most of the major incidents and operations in the reports to be released next week were revealed in varying detail during congressional investigations that led to widespread intelligence reforms and increased oversight. But the trove of CIA documents, generated as the Vietnam War wound down and agency involvement in President Richard Nixon's "dirty tricks" political campaign began to be revealed, is expected to provide far more comprehensive accounts, written by the agency itself.

The reports, known collectively by historians and CIA officials as "the family jewels," were initially produced in response to a 1973 request by then-CIA Director James Schlesinger. Alarmed by press accounts of CIA involvement in Watergate under his predecessor, Schlesinger asked the agency's employees to inform him of all operations that were "outside" the agency's legal charter.

This process was unprecedented at the agency, where only a few officials had previously been privy to the scope of its illegal activities. Schlesinger collected the reports, some of which dated back to the 1950s, in a folder that was inherited by his successor, Colby, in September of that year.
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But it was not until Hersh's story that Colby took the file to the White House. The National Security Archive release included a six-page summary of a Jan. 3, 1975, conversation in which Colby briefed the Justice Department for the first time on the extent of the "skeletons."

Operations listed in the report began in 1953, when the CIA's counterintelligence staff started a 20-year program to screen and in some cases open mail between the United States and the Soviet Union passing through a New York airport. A similar program in San Francisco intercepted mail to and from China from 1969 to 1972. Under its charter, the CIA is prohibited from domestic operations.

Among several new details, the summary document reveals a 1969 program about CIA efforts against "the international activities of radicals and black militants." Undercover CIA agents were placed inside U.S. peace groups and sent abroad as credentialed members to identify any foreign contacts. This came at a time when the Soviet Union was suspected of financing and influencing U.S. domestic organizations.

The program included "information on the domestic activities" of the organizations and led to the accumulation of 10,000 American names.

Other "skeletons" listed in the summary included the "very productive" 1963 wiretapping of two columnists -- Robert Allen and Paul Scott -- whose conversations included talks with 12 Senators and six congressmen; and the "personal surveillances" for two months in 1972 of muckraking columnist Jack Anderson and staff members, including Les Whitten and Brit Hume, and of Washington Post reporter Mike Getler between October 1971 and April 1972.

The CIA documents scheduled for release next week, Hayden said Thursday, "provide a glimpse of a very different time and a very different agency."

Barred by secrecy restrictions from correcting "misinformation," he said, the CIA is at the mercy of the press. "Unfortunately, there seems to be an instinct among some in the media today to take a few pieces of information, which may or may not be accurate, and run with them to the darkest corner of the room," Hayden said.

Hayden's speech and some of the questions that followed evoked more recent criticism of the intelligence community, which has been accused of illegal wiretapping, infiltration of anti-war groups and the kidnapping and torturing of terrorism suspects.

"It's surely part of (Hayden's) program now to draw a bright line with the past," said National Security Archive Director Thomas Blanton. "But it's uncanny how the government keeps dipping into the black bag." Newly revealed details of ancient CIA operations, Blanton said, "are pretty resonant today."


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WTF?


Sons of Blackwater Open Corporate Spying Shop
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2011/05/blackwater-datamining-vets-want-to-save-big-business/
By Spencer Ackerman   May 12, 2011  |  4:44 pm

Veterans from the most infamous private security firm on Earth and one of the military’s most controversial datamining operations are teaming up to provide the Fortune 500 with their own private spies.

Take one part Blackwater, and another part Able Danger, the military data-mining op that claimed to have identified members of al-Qaida living in the United States before 9/11. Put ‘em together, and you’ve got a new company called Jellyfish.

Jellyfish is about corporate-information dominance. It swears it’s leaving all the spy-world baggage behind. No guns, no governments digging through private records of its citizens.

“Our organization is not going to be controversial,” pledges Keith Mahoney, the Jellyfish CEO, a former Navy officer and senior executive with Blackwater’s intelligence arm, Total Intelligence Solutions. Try not to make a joke about corporate mercenaries.

His partners know from controversy. Along with Mahoney, there’s Michael Yorio, the executive vice president for business development and another Blackwater vet; Yorio recently prepped the renamed Xe Services for its life after founder Erik Prince sold it.

Jellyfish’s chief technology officer is J.D. Smith, who was part of Able Danger until lawyers for the U.S. Special Operations Command shut the program down in 2000. Also from Able Danger is Tony Shaffer, Jellyfish’s “military operations adviser” and the ex-Defense Intelligence Agency operative who became the public face of the program in dramatic 2005 congressional testimony.


But Jellyfish isn’t about merging mercenaries with data sifters. And it’s not about going after short money like government contracts. (Although, the firm is based in D.C., where the intel community is and the titans of corporate America aren’t.)

During a Thursday press conference in Washington that served as a coming-out party for the company, Jellyfish’s executives described an all-purpose “private-sector intelligence” firm.

What’s that mean? Through a mouthful of corporate-speak (“empowering the C-suite” to make crucial decisions) Mahoney describes a worldwide intelligence network of contacts, ready to collect data on global hot spots that Jellyfish can pitch to deep-pocketed clients. Does your energy firm need to know if Iran will fall victim to the next Mideast uprising? Jellyfish’s informants in Tehran can give a picture. (They insist it’s legal.)

They’ve got “long-established relationships” everywhere from Bogota to Belgrade, Somalia to South Korea, says Michael Bagley, Jellyfish’s president, formerly of the Osint Group. A mix of “academia, think tanks, military or government” types.

That’s par for the course. It sometimes seems like every CIA veteran over the last 15 years has set up or joined a consulting practice, tapping their agency contacts for information they can peddle to businesses. Want to sell your analysis of the geostrategic picture to corporate clients? Congratulations — Stratfor beat you to it.

That’s where Smith comes in. “The Able Danger days, that’s like 1,000 years ago,” he says. Working with a technology firm called 4th Dimension Data, Jellyfish builds clients a dashboard to search and aggregate data from across its proprietary intel database, the public internet and specifically targeted information sources.

If you’re in maritime shipping, for instance, Jellyfish can build you a search-and-aggregation app, operating up in the cloud, that can put together weather patterns with Jellyfish contacts in Somalia who know about piracy.

Of course, there’s a security element to all of this, too. Jellyfish will train your staff in network security, as well as “physical security,” Yorio says. But Mahoney quickly adds, “Jellyfish Intelligence has no interest in guns and gates and guards.”

Message: This isn’t Blackwater — or even “Xe.” Mahoney says Jellyfish isn’t trading on its executives’ ties to the more infamous corners of the intelligence and security trades. Sure, there’s a press release that announced Jellyfish’s origins in Blackwater and Able Danger. And some companies doing business in high-risk areas might consider ties to Blackwater, which never lost a client’s life, to be an advantage.

But Mahoney says he’s just trying to be up front about his executives’ histories before some enterprising journalist Googles it out and makes it a thing. Put the moose on the table, or however the corporate cliche goes. (According to Smith, the father of 4th Dimension Data’s founder worked with Smith in an “unnamed intelligence organization.”) “Our brand enhancement,” he says, “will be the success our clients have.”
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Good opportunity to RF them.  Send them on all kinds of wild goosechases, etc.  ;D

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Former NSA and CIA Boss Calls for “Digital Blackwater”
http://www.infowars.com/former-nsa-and-cia-boss-calls-for-digital-blackwater/

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
July 31, 2011

The former boss of the NSA and the CIA, Michael Hayden, has called for a “digital Blackwater” to deal with so-called cyber threats.

http://crooksandliars.com/david/former-nsa-director-michael-hayden-calls-dig

“We may come to a point where defense is more actively and aggressively defined even for the private sector and what is permitted there is something that we would never let the private sector do in physical space… Let me really throw out a bumper sticker for you. How about a digital Blackwater?” Hayden told the Aspen Security Forum.

The Aspen Security Forum was held last week by the Aspen Institute, a globalist organization largely funded by the Carnegie Corporation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and the Ford Foundation. The Ford Foundation has documented links to the CIA.

It is also funded by members of the Trilateral Commission and the first chairman was the late Robert O. Anderson of the oil transnational Atlantic-Richfield. The largest institutional shareholder is Chase Manhattan, now JPMorgan Chase Bank. In 1969, the chairmanship of Aspen moved over to Joseph E. Slater, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and formerly of the Ford Foundation.

Hayden was speaking for the bankers and the globalists when he said there needs to be a mercenary army to attack enemies of the private sector, i.e., enemies of the banks and their transnational corporations. It is not incidental that Hayden is a former spook who ran the largest cryptologic intelligence agency in the world. The NSA specializes in vacuuming massive amounts of data from the internet. In 2006, former AT&T technician Mark Klein revealed just how much data the secret agency was gathering from non-suspecting internet users.

The Pentagon recently indicated it will send missles down the “smokestack” of suspected cyber enemies. “We reserve the right to use all necessary means — diplomatic, informational, military, and economic — as appropriate and consistent with applicable international law, in order to defend our nation, our allies, our partners and our interests,” a White House international strategy on cyber-security paper stated in May.

Blackwater, now Xe Services, has faced numerous accusations that it has wantonly killed civilians while working for DoD in Iraq. It’s founder and owner, Erik Prince, was accused of murdering or facilitating the murder of individuals who were cooperating with federal authorities investigating the company, according to a former employee and ex-Marine. In January, a federal judge tossed out a lawsuit blaming the security company for the deaths of four contractors killed in a bloody 2004 ambush in Iraq.

The cyber terror narrative was contrived in large part to demonize the alternative media and manufacture consensus for physical attacks on ideological enemies. The global elite are perturbed by the popularity of the electronic medium invented by the Pentagon and initially deployed as a surveillance mechanism. The plan went awry, however, when activists turned the medium into a highly effective activism and informational tool.
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Hayden..
“We may come to a point where defense is more actively and aggressively defined even for the private sector and what is permitted there is something that we would never let the private sector do in physical space… Let me really throw out a bumper sticker for you. How about a digital Blackwater?” Hayden told the Aspen Security Forum.
 Adolf was a tab more to the point, he simply burned the books. In those days there was not NET, if there had been he would be saying exactly what Hayden is.
 Blackwater...Eric prince is another Oly North X 10.. 


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US gov't building hacker army for cyber war
Digital TrendsBy Andrew Couts | Digital Trends – Tue, Aug 2, 2011

The US National Security Agency hopes to hire a mass of “cyber warriors” this year, and another large group next year, to help the country fight the increasingly intense international cyber war, reports Reuters.

To find new recruits, representatives from the NSA, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and NASA, will be attending the annual DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas, which takes place this weekend.

Started in 1993 by hacker Jeff Moss (aka Dark Tangent), DEF CON is the preeminent meet-up for US hackers. The four-day conference costs $150 — in cash only — to attend. There is no registration, no credit cards allowed, which keeps everything anonymous. About 10,000 computer savvy individuals are expected to attend this year’s conference.

The NSA spy agency hopes to find skilled individuals willing to help the United States conduct itself — both defensively and offensively — in the growing global cyber war, which is gaining combatants and victims more and more each day. (Sources who attended last year’s DEF CON tell us that members of the US nation security complex were also in attendance then, as well, with similar recruiting goals.)

More: http://news.yahoo.com/us-govt-building-hacker-army-cyber-war-171003963.html%3B_ylt%3DAgNCuikuhngjQEIxwwb.X4Ks0NUE%3B_ylu%3DX3oDMTM2azkwcXZrBHBrZwNiMTRmYmE1Yi0wOTcxLTNjZjAtODRiNi1jN2FhNmFjZjg4YWUEcG9zAzEwBHNlYwN0b3Bfc3RvcnkEdmVyAzQzMzkyNzEwLWJkMmEtMTFlMC1iZmZmLTUyZmYwMzE2ZDYzMw--%3B_ylg%3DX3oDMTFpNzk0NjhtBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdANob21lBHB0A3NlY3Rpb25z%3B_ylv%3D3
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Researchers Show Off Wi-Fi Hacking Drone at Black Hat
http://www.infowars.com/researchers-show-off-wi-fi-hacking-drone-at-black-hat/

Kurt Nimmo | Drone will likely be used by a “digital Blackwater” to monitor and take out domestic computer networks.
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Rather a noisy little plane and probably can be shot down with a slingshot.  :D