Monthly Archives: July 2018

Acting CIA Inspector General Quits

“CIA is grateful to Acting Inspector General Chris Sharpley for his service to the Agency, including his work to professionalize the Office of Inspector General. After three decades of public service, he has decided to continue his career outside the … Continue reading

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US Colonel Ann Wright : “Beware of White Helmets Bearing News”

“The White Helmets is a fake organization that exists only to create propaganda for jihadists and terrorists. That’s my belief. We have opposing beliefs. If we were to listen to the propaganda of the White Helmets and others, we would … Continue reading

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Former CIA Jerry Lee Case — Why the Disinformation?

“Lee, a former CIA case officer, allegedly conspired to provide information to the Chinese government about the national defense of the United States.  Lee’s alleged actions betrayed the American people and his former colleagues at the CIA.  We will not … Continue reading

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Norway & Russia– Former Border Inspector Behind Bars in Moscow on Charges of Espionage [UPDATE II]

“Frode must come home, and Norwegian authorities must do what they can to get him out. It is not a good signal when such a positive and distinguished bridge-builder like Frode is arrested, it is not a good sign.” Kirkenes … Continue reading

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ECHR — Russia Failed to Investigate Anna Politkovskaya Murder

“Who killed Anna and who lay beyond her killer remains unknown. Her murder robbed too many of us of absolutely vital sources of information and contact. Yet it may, ultimately, be seen to have at least helped prepare the way … Continue reading

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Remembering Dr David Kelly (May 14, 1944 – July 17, 2003)

“Some people are natural conspiracy theorists. I’m not. Maybe this is a weakness — an indication of a readiness to accept the official version of events and not to see evil plots lurking in the background. But after reading Miles … Continue reading

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Salisbury Incident — The Russian Report (by Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko )

“The issue surrounding the identify [sic] of a former MI6 informer Sergei Skripal is already widely available in the public domain. However, the identifies [sic] of intelligence agency personnel associated with Sergei Skripal are not yet widely available in the public … Continue reading

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The Heroes & Villains of the Montreal Protocol

“The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer is effective and working. Since the entry into force of this multilateral environmental agreement, there has been tremendous progress in global efforts to repair the ozone layer. As a consequence, … Continue reading

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INTEL TODAY — Happy Anniversary!

“History is moving pretty quickly these days, and the heroes and villains keep on changing parts.” Ian Fleming On July 14 2016, Intel Today published its first post. The story was about Russian Colonel Aleksandr Poteyev. Follow us on Twitter: @Intel_Today

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One Year Ago — Dutch Expand the Powers of Intelligence Agencies, Pass “Tapping Law”

“Traditionally, Senate concerns itself with the quality of legislation, compliance with the constitution and international agreements, and the question whether citizens’ rights are upheld. The dragnet surveillance bill fails on all counts.” Bits of Freedom “Look at what Facebook, Google, … Continue reading

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