Monthly Archives: September 2018

Belgium — State-Owned Telecom Giant Hacked by British Intelligence on Behalf of the US

“We will take the appropriate steps if the high-level involvement of a foreign country is confirmed.” Elio di Rupo — Then Belgian Prime Minister (September 2013) “Meanwhile the prosecutor’s office is reported to have advised the minister that the case … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — New York Times vs. CIA : “An Old Debate Wrapped in New Clothes”

“Because it’s a military operation, I don’t think we can completely treat the people who run it purely as intelligence operatives. It moves into a different realm in the discussion as far as I’m concerned. It’s not like you’re exposing … Continue reading

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Who Killed Pierre Goldman? And Why? (June 22, 1944 – Assassinated September 20, 1979)

“In my crib were hidden tracts and arms.” Pierre Goldman — Dim memories of a Polish Jew Born in France “Marseille boys members of GAL killed him with Maïone, who also talked about a commandant, former member of the SDECE … Continue reading

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On This Day — Key Lockerbie Witness Admits Perjury (September 15 2007)

“Hans Köchler, a United Nations observer, called the trial ‘a spectacular miscarriage of justice,’ words echoed by Mr. Mandela. Many legal experts and investigative journalists challenged the evidence, calling Mr. Megrahi a scapegoat for a Libyan government long identified with … Continue reading

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On This Day — Remembering UTA Flight 772 (September 19 1989)

“It is striking to note the similarity of the ‘scientific’ evidence discovered by the FBI’s Tom Thurman in both the Lockerbie and UTA cases. Of the tens of thousands of pieces of debris collected at each disaster site, one lone … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Historian Webster Tarpley : Nixon Was Ousted By The CIA

“Kissinger served as Nixon’s de facto intelligence adviser and it was Kissinger, not the CIA, whom Nixon counted on to help him keep informed about global events. In part, Kissinger did this each day by sending Nixon a memorandum prepared … Continue reading

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On This Day — Who Killed Dag Hammarskjöld and Why? (July 29 1905 – September 18 1961)

“I continue to have a strong feeling that Hammarskjold’s death was not an accident.” Richard Goldstone “There is a significant amount of evidence from eyewitnesses that they observed more than one aircraft in the air, that the other aircraft may … Continue reading

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Two Years Ago — Dr A. Q. Khan : The Bomb, the Swiss and the CIA

“If you put the [A. Q. Kahn] puzzle together, you get the whole picture.”  Swiss magistrate Andreas Müller “If the Swiss can safeguard billions in hundreds of thousands of numbered accounts, they can guard a few CDs. The destruction of the documents … Continue reading

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The KRYPTOS Sculpture — The NSA Solution for Section III

With trembling hands, I made a tiny breach in the upper left hand corner… widening the hole a little, I inserted the candle and peered in… at first I could see nothing, the hot air escaping from the chamber causing … Continue reading

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Havana Syndrome — What Are the Frequencies Used by US Intel for Microwave Spying?

” [LOUDAUTO is] extremely useful for picking up room audio. It can pick up speech at a standard, office volume from over 20′ away. (NOTE: Concealments may reduce this distance.) It uses very little power (~15 uA at 3.0 VDC), … Continue reading

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