Monthly Archives: October 2019

Former CIA Sabrina De Sousa — My Time To Speak [UPDATE : De Sousa has fled from Italy to the United States]

“Intuition and awareness are key survival traits when assigned abroad; they served me well given my current “hot potato” status in Portugal. As I walked in the direction of the waterfront where David was waiting for me, I sensed that … Continue reading

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5G — Will European Countries Ban Huawei? [UPDATE — Germany Spy Chief: Huawei can not be trusted]

“Perhaps, the most puzzling part of the [Belgian Intelligence Services] report is what it does not mention. Although most countries are extremely concerned about China investments in their Telecom infrastructure, the Belgian report is silent on this issue. Why, on … Continue reading

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On This Day — Lockerbie Key Witness Dies (October 29 2016) [2019]

“I personally hope that Tony is in a better place and that he is now at peace because he must have led a tortured life knowing that he had jailed an innocent man for money.” George Thomson — Lockerbie Investigator … Continue reading

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On This Day — Hemingway Wins Nobel Prize (October 28 1954) [2019]

“Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know.” “The world breaks everyone, and afterward, some are strong at the broken places.” “There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to … Continue reading

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Spygate — Will Former CIA Director John Brennan Go to Prison? [UPDATE]

“Spying did occur [on the Trump campaign in 2016]. The question is whether it was adequately predicated. And I’m not suggesting that it wasn’t adequately predicated. But I need to explore that.” US Attorney General William Barr (April 10 2019) … Continue reading

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On This Day — Operation Autumn Leaves (Germany — October 26 1988) [UPDATE 2019]

“Following the arrest of Dalkamoni and others […], it is possible to conclude that at least the core of the cell structure has been removed. It is not possible to say that all persons involved in the terrorist activities had … Continue reading

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TRUMP WHISTLEBLOWER: CHOICE OF LAWYER RAISES SUSPICIONS [UPDATE — Former CIA John Kiriakou : “This is an insult to real whistleblowers!”]

“That [Mark] Zaid is involved in this case leads me to believe that the CIA whistleblower is either an idiot who has no idea what he’s gotten himself into or he’s been directed to make his ‘disclosure’.” Former CIA officer … Continue reading

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Norway & Russia — Former Border Inspector Behind Bars in Moscow on Charges of Espionage [UPDATE XII : Official Commission Recommends Pardon]

“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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Exclusive Q&A with Carla Ortiz from Ghouta, Syria [UPDATE — Panel finds convincing evidence of irregular behaviour in the OPCW investigation]

“I can say the following very confidently. Many officials in our Western governments have really no knowledge of the truth! This is what is so scary. Our decision-makers have been deceived either by misinformation or lies provided by their Intelligence Agencies regarding this conflict.” Carla … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Beirut Barracks Bombings (October 23, 1983) [2019]

“Though he never said so explicitly, he [President Ronald Reagan] ended America’s military commitment to a strategic mistake that was peripheral to America’s interests. Three-and-a-half months after the bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut that killed 241 U.S. military … Continue reading

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