Monthly Archives: May 2017

Israel’s Mer Group to represent Kabila’s interests in Washington

“The U.N. peacekeeping mission is mandated to partner with the government. In other words, the U.N. is aiding a government that is inflicting predatory behavior against its own people. We should have the decency and common sense to end this.” … Continue reading

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Phone transcripts between Blair and Gaddafi (25 February 2011)

“The evidence that the Committee has taken so far in this inquiry suggests that western policy makers were rather less perceptive than Gaddafi about the risks of intervention for both the Libyan people and the western interests.” Crispin Blunt MP … Continue reading

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Terrorists’ moral judgment probed in psychology test — Manuel Noriega, Panama ex-strongman, dies at 83 — Why MI6 must share the blame for the jihadis in our midst — Russia inquiry expands to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

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Colonel Pat Lang — The Fury of a Patient Man

“Let us be clear about the possibility that UK intelligence (MI-5, MI-6 and the military) or police intelligence will stop cooperating with the US IC.   The possibility is ZERO.” Retired DIA Colonel Pat Lang Colonel W. Patrick Lang is a … Continue reading

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WannaCry ransom notice analysis suggests Chinese link — Was President Trump’s disclosure of classified intelligence to Russian officials legal? — Jared Kushner’s charmed life is about to come to a screeching halt — Turkish Foreign Minister accused European intelligence agencies of … Continue reading

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General Hayden on Jared Kushner: “We’re in a Really DARK PLACE as a Society.”

“I mean what manner of ignorance, chaos, hubris, suspicion, contempt would you have to have to think that doing this with the Russian ambassador was a good or an appropriate idea.” General Michael Hayden — Former head of the NSA … Continue reading

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The teenager who landed in red Square — Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was radicalised by his links to Libya — MI5 probes bomber ‘warnings’ — CIA’s Secrets About JFK, Che, and Castro Revealed in New Book

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The long history of CIA involvement in the international narcotics trade — [Documentary]

“US officials in Central America failed to address this drug issue for fear of jeopardising the war efforts against Nicaragua … and senior US policymakers were not immune to the idea that drug money was a perfect solution to the … Continue reading

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Israel Modifies Sharing Intelligence Protocol with US after Trump’s Leak

“Intelligence cooperation [with the US] is terrific. It’s never been better.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Israel says it has changed its intelligence-sharing protocols with the United States after President Donald Trump disclosed classified information to Russian diplomats earlier this … Continue reading

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Kushner ‘discussed secret line to Moscow’  — CIA Director John McLaughlin on Kushner — Was the Manchester suicide bomber trained by the CIA? — Estonia expels two Russian diplomats

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