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The Truth About the Deep State

This is going to be a 3 part series. I will add part 2 and 3 to this post when they get uploaded by Jake…~TS… 28 more words

Corruption

Explaining the ‘Mystery’ of Numbers Stations

“Numbers stations have been in existence since World War I. Over the years they have attracted sporadic interest from journalists, video game designers, and filmmakers. Despite this attention, there are few explanations of what these signals actually are.

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[Free eBook] The New Spies: Exploring the Frontiers of Espionage by James Adams [20th C Global Espionage History]

The New Spies: Exploring the Frontiers of Espionage by English author James Adams, a former Sunday Times journalist who apparently had significant ties to the intelligence community, is a 20th century recent history and analysis of global intelligence agencies, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press. 266 more words

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‘Bigger than Watergate’: Trump joins push by allies to expose role of an FBI source

President Trump’s allies are waging an increasingly aggressive campaign to undercut the Russia investigation by exposing the role of a top-secret FBI source. The effort reached new heights Thursday as Trump alleged that an informant had improperly spied on his 2016 campaign and predicted that the ensuing scandal would be “bigger than Watergate!” 1,788 more words

How the Intelligence Community Double-Crossed America

The sole, intended purpose of American intelligence agencies is to inform the country’s elected leadership about what’s really going on. They are there to help Congress and the President execute their responsibilities with maximum knowledge and effectiveness. 420 more words

Freedom

How False Flag Operations Are Carried Out Today

https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2018/04/26/how-false-flag-operations-are-carried-out-today.html

PHILIP M. GIRALDI

False Flag is a concept that goes back centuries. It was considered to be a legitimate ploy by the Greeks and Romans, where a military force would pretend to be friendly to get close to an enemy before dropping the pretense and raising its banners to reveal its own affiliation just before launching an attack. 404 more words

Social Media Now Being Used by Police and Intelligence Agencies to Collect Biometrics

By Nicholas West

Amid the ongoing Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle over their general surveillance and misuse of users’ private data, there is an emerging trend that is infinitely more disturbing. 871 more words

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