Suzie Dawson (@Suzi3D): OPENING THE FIVE EYES: EXPOSING THE SPIES – Sunday 22 September @ 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific

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New York Area Fire Commissioners Make History, Call for New 9/11 Investigation

They started off by saying the Pledge of Allegiance. Ten minutes later, they were reading the text of a resolution claiming the existence of “overwhelming evidence” that “pre-planted explosives . . . caused the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings.”

And so it was, on July 24, 2019 — nearly 18 years after the horrific attacks that traumatized a nation and changed the world forever — the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District, which oversees a volunteer fire department serving a hamlet of 30,000 residents just outside of Queens, New York, became the first legislative body in the country to officially support a new investigation into the events of 9/11.

The resolution, drafted and introduced by Commissioner Christopher Gioia, was unanimously approved by the five commissioners. Members of the audience — including the families of fallen firefighters Thomas J. Hetzel and Robert Evans, both Franklin Square natives — joined in solemn but celebratory applause after the fifth “ay” was spoken.

Franklin Square Munson Fire Districts Commission 768The Franklin Square and Munson Fire District commissioners: Philip F. Malloy, Jr. (left); Dennis G. Lyons (second from left); Joseph M. Torregrossa (center); Christopher L. Gioia (second from right); Les Saltzman (right).

Conversing with guests after the meeting, Commissioner Dennis Lyons remarked on the enormous and lasting toll that 9/11 has taken on the Franklin Square community. “We have a memorial — a piece of steel from the World Trade Center with 28 holes where the nuts and bolts used to go,” Lyons explained. “Every year on the 11th, we put a rose in each hole for the 24 Nassau County firefighters and four Franklin Square residents who died on 9/11.”


“We have a memorial — a piece of steel from the World Trade Center with 28 holes where the nuts and bolts used to go. Every year on the 11th, we put a rose in each hole for the 24 Nassau County firefighters and four Franklin Square residents who died on 9/11.”
— Commissioner Dennis Lyons


The impact of 9/11 on the community extends well beyond the victims and their grieving families. On September 12, 2001, the Franklin Square Fire Department was called in to assist with the massive rescue and recovery effort that was just getting underway. Countless members of the department, including Gioia and Commissioner Philip Malloy (then rank-and-file firefighters), spent weeks on the pile searching in vain for civilians and fellow responders who might still be alive. Today, Malloy is one of thousands suffering chronic health effects.

Hetzel Memorial 768A memorial to Thomas J. Hetzel, a member of the New York Fire Department and Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department, who died on September 11, 2001.

The department also lost one of its own in Thomas J. Hetzel, affectionately referred to as “Tommy” by the commissioners. Hetzel was a full-time member of the New York Fire Department in addition to serving as a volunteer firefighter in Franklin Square. A touching memorial to Hetzel was on display during the meeting, and Hetzel’s widow, parents, and sister were all in attendance.

“The Hetzel and Evans families were very appreciative of the proceedings,” Gioia commented the day after the meeting. “They know it’s an uphill struggle. But at least they have hope, which is something they haven’t had in a long time.”

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Franklin Square Munson Fire Districts Family 2 768 432The Franklin Square and Munson Fire District commissioners greet the families of fallen firefighters Thomas J. Hetzel and Robert Evans, both Franklin Square natives.

Besides the commissioners’ desire to see justice done for their fallen brothers and deceased neighbors, the driving force behind the resolution was a petition filed last year with United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey S. Berman by the Lawyers’ Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, outlining the evidence of the World Trade Center’s explosive demolition on 9/11.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office notified the Lawyers’ Committee in November that it would indeed comply with the federal statute requiring the U.S. Attorney to present the petition to a special grand jury. The news set off a wave of hope, among those paying attention, that the wheels of justice were finally beginning to move in the right direction.

Adding a surge to that wave of hope, the Franklin Square resolution declares the fire district’s full backing of the (presumably) ongoing grand jury investigation in Lower Manhattan, while also proclaiming the district’s support for “any and all efforts by other government entities to investigate and uncover the full truth surrounding the events of that horrible day.”


“We’re a tight-knit community and we never forget our fallen brothers and sisters. You better believe that when the entire fire service of New York State is on board, we will be an unstoppable force.”
— Commissioner Christopher Gioia


Speaking to those still present after the meeting, Gioia made it clear that this was the first step in a long process. Their goal now is to get every fire district in the state to go on record supporting a new 9/11 investigation.

“We’re a tight-knit community and we never forget our fallen brothers and sisters,” Gioia said. “You better believe that when the entire fire service of New York State is on board, we will be an unstoppable force.”

After a pause, Gioia added, “We were the first fire district to pass this resolution. We won’t be the last.”


The Franklin Square and Munson Fire District 9/11 Resolution

Whereas, the attacks of September 11, 2001, are inextricably and forever tied to the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department;

Whereas, on September 11, 2001, while operating at the World Trade Center in New York City, firefighter Thomas J. Hetzel, badge #290 of Hook and Ladder Company #1, Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department of New York, was killed in performance of his duties, along with 2,976 other emergency responders and civilians;

Whereas, members of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire Department were called upon to assist in the subsequent rescue and recovery operations and cleanup of the World Trade Center site, afflicting many of them with life-threatening illnesses as a result of breathing the deadly toxins present at the site;

Whereas, the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District recognizes the significant and compelling nature of the petition before the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York reporting un-prosecuted federal crimes at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and calling upon the United States Attorney to present that petition to a Special Grand Jury pursuant to the United States Constitution and 18 U.S.C. SS 3332(A);

Whereas, the overwhelming evidence presented in said petition demonstrates beyond any doubt that pre-planted explosives and/or incendiaries — not just airplanes and the ensuing fires — caused the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings, killing the vast majority of the victims who perished that day;

Whereas, the victims of 9/11, their families, the people of New York City, and our nation deserve that every crime related to the attacks of September 11, 2001, be investigated to the fullest and that every person who was responsible face justice;

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District fully supports a comprehensive federal grand jury investigation and prosecution of every crime related to the attacks of September 11, 2001, as well as any and all efforts by other government entities to investigate and uncover the full truth surrounding the events of that horrible day.

The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You To Know

Episode 359 – The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know

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Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society. So what happened? How did this remarkable change take place? Why is this area the epicenter of this transformation? Discover the dark secrets behind the real history of Silicon Valley and the Big Tech giants in this important edition of The Corbett Report.

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Silicon Valley. Nestled in the southern San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California, the Valley is not just a geographical location. It’s an idea. It’s an expression of the urge to digitize all of the information in the world, and to database, track and store that information. And as we are now beginning to learn, the result of that digitization of everything is a world without privacy. A world where our ability to participate in public debate is subject to the whims of big tech billionaires. A world where freedom is a thing of the past and no one is outside the reach of Big Brother.

For many, this is just a happy coincidence for the intelligence agencies that are seeking to capture and store every detail about every moment of our lives. It is just happenstance that the information-industrial complex now has enough information to track our every move, listen in on our every conversation, map our social networks, and, increasingly, predict our future plans. It is just a series of random events that led to the world of today.

But what the masses do not know is that Silicon Valley has a very special history. One that explains how we came to our current predicament, and one that speaks to the future that we are sleepwalking into. A future of total surveillance and total control by the Big Tech billionaires and their shadowy backers.

These are The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know.

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Once known as “The Valley of Heart’s Delight,” the Santa Clara Valley was a bucolic, agrarian area known for its mild climate and blooming fruit trees. Until the 1960s, it was the largest fruit-producing-and-packing region in the world.

Today there are few reminders of the valley’s sleepy farming past. Now dubbed “Silicon Valley,” it is home to many of the world’s largest technology and social media companies, from Google and Facebook to Apple and Oracle, from Netflix and Cisco Systems to PayPal and Hewlett-Packard. It is the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society.

So what happened? How did this remarkable change take place? Why is Silicon Valley the epicenter of this transformation?

The answer is surprisingly simple: WWII happened.

The influx of high-tech research and industry to the region is the direct result of the advent of WWII and the actions of one man: Frederick Terman.

Frederick was the son of Lewis Terman, a pioneer of educational psychology at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. An avowed eugenicist, Lewis Terman popularized IQ testing in America, helping to conduct the first mass administration of an IQ test for the US Army during America’s entry into the First World War.

Frederick Terman attended Stanford, earning an undergraduate degree in chemistry and a master’s degree in electrical engineering before heading to MIT to earn his doctorate in electrical engineering under Vannevar Bush. This connection came into play at the outbreak of World War II, when Bush—now heading up the US Office of Research and Development, which managed nearly all research and development for the US military during wartime—asked Terman to run the top-secret Radio Research Laboratory at Harvard University. There, Terman directed 800 of the country’s top researchers in the emerging field of electronic warfare. Their work included the development of some of the earliest signals intelligence and electronic intelligence equipment, including radar detectors, radar jammers and aluminum chaff to be used as countermeasures against German anti-air defenses.

The Valley as we know it today was born in the post-World War II era when Terman returned to Stanford as dean of the School of Engineering and set about transforming the school into the “MIT of the West.”

STEVE BLANK: Terman, with his war experience, decided to build Stanford into a center of excellence on microwaves and electronics, and he was the guy to do it. The Harvard Radio Research Lab was the pinnacle in the United States of every advanced microwave transmitter and receiver you could think of. And what he does is he recruits eleven former members of the radio research lab and says, “You know, we really don’t have a lab, but congratulations! You’re all now Stanford faculty!” “Oh great, thanks.” They joined Stanford and they set up their own lab: the Electronics Research Lab for basic and unclassified research. And they get the Office of Naval Research to give them their first contract—to actually fund in the post-war Stanford research into microwaves. By 1950, Terman turns Stanford’s engineering department into the MIT of the West, basically by taking all the war innovative R&D in microwaves, by moving it to Stanford, by taking the department heads and key staff.

SOURCE: Secret History of Silicon Valley

With the military research funds flowing into the region, Terman began transforming the San Francisco Bay Area into a high-tech research hot spot. In 1951, he spearheaded the creation of Stanford Industrial Park—now known as Stanford Research Park—a joint venture between Stanford and the City of Palo Alto to attract big technology corporations to the area. The park was a huge success, eventually luring Hewlett-Packard, General Electric, Kodak and other important technology firms, and cementing Silicon Valley as a nexus between Stanford, big tech and government-sponsored research.

And this connection was not tangential. As researcher Steve Blank writes in his own history of Silicon Valley’s military roots:

“During the 1950s Fred Terman was an advisor to every major branch of the US military. He was on the Army Signal Corps R&D Advisory Council, the Air Force Electronic Countermeasures Scientific Advisory Board, a Trustee of the Institute of Defense Analysis, the Naval Research Advisory Committee, the Defense Science Board, and a consultant to the President’s Science Advisory Committee. His commercial activities had him on the board of directors of HP, Watkins-Johnson, Ampex, and Director and Vice Chairman of SRI.  It’s amazing this guy ever slept. Terman was the ultimate networking machine for Stanford and its military contracts.”

It is no secret that Silicon Valley has thrived since the very beginning on Pentagon research dollars and DoD connections. From William Shockley (a rabid eugenicist who spent WWII as a director of Columbia University’s Anti-Submarine Warfare Operations Group and who is sometimes cited as Silicon Valley’s other founding father for his work on silicon semiconductors) to the Stanford Research Institute (a key military contractor that had close ties to the Advanced Research Projects Agency [ARPA]) the US Defense Department has had a key role in shaping the development of the region.

The Stanford Research Institute (SRI) was spearheaded by Terman and created by the trustees of Stanford University in 1946. From its inception, the SRI was instructed to avoid pursuing federal contracts that might embroil Stanford in political matters. But within six months it had already broken this directive, pursuing contracts with the Office of Naval Intelligence. In the 1960s, at the same time that the institute’s Artificial Intelligence Center was creating “Shakey,” the “first mobile robot that could reason about its surroundings,” SRI was targeted by Vietnam War protesters for its contract work with ARPA, the Pentagon arm devoted to developing cutting edge technology. The pressure caused Stanford University to formally cut its ties with SRI in the 1970s, but the institute’s military-funded research did not stop there.

The Stanford Research Institute was to become the second node in the ARPANET, the Pentagon-created packet-switching network that gave birth to the modern-day internet. The first message ever sent between two computers was sent on the ARPANET between a computer at UCLA and one at SRI.

It was the head of ARPA’s command and control division, Robert Kahn, who set up the first experimental mobile network (known as “PRNET”) around Silicon Valley and formed the initial satellite network (“SATNET”) that connected the early internet internationally. In 1973, Kahn enlisted the help of Vint Cerf, an assistant professor at Stanford University, to develop—as a Department of Defense project—the TCP/IP protocol suite that would help make the internet possible.

In a recent panel discussion hosted by DARPA, the latest moniker for what was originally ARPA, Vint Cerf admitted that the entire ARPANET project was dictated by the Pentagon’s needs for a command and control system that would be responsive to military requirements:

VINT CERF: The internet was motivated by a belief that command and control could make use of computers in order to enable the Defense Department to use its resources better than an opponent. In that particular case—Bob in particular started the program at DARPA in the early 1970s—[we] realized that we had to have the computers in ships at sea, and in aircraft, and in mobile vehicles, and the ARPANET had only done dedicated, fixed . . . You know, machines that were in air-conditioned rooms connected together—you know, roughly speaking, dedicated telephone circuits. So you can’t connect the tanks together with wires because they run over them and they break, and the airplanes, they’ll never make it off the ground, you know, you can see all . . . So this led to the need for mobile radio communication and satellite communication in a networked environment.

The question about global nature here is easily answered. At least I thought we were doing this for the Defense Department, which would have to operate everywhere in the world. And so it could not be as a design that in some way was limited to CONUS, for example. And it also could not be a design that depended at all on the cooperation of other countries allocating, for example, address space. I mean, the sort of silly model of this is if we use country codes to indicate different networks . . . different network identifiers. Imagine that you’ve got to invade country B and before you do that you have to go and say, “Hi, we’re gonna invade your country in a couple of weeks and we need some address space to run another call system.” Yeah, you know, it probably wasn’t gonna work. So we knew it had to be global in scope.

SOURCE: From ARPAnet to the Internet, Web, Cloud, and Beyond: What’s Next?

One of the first demonstrations of the protocol—a 1977 test involving a van equipped with radio gear by SRI that is now dubbed the birth of the modern internet—even simulated “a mobile unit in the field, let’s say in Europe, in the middle of some kind of action trying to communicate through a satellite network to the United States.”

But while direct investment in this technological revolution suited the purposes of the Pentagon, the US intelligence community was pursuing other, more covert avenues for harnessing the incredible potential of Silicon Valley and its surveillance technologies. With the advent of the Cold War and the increased tensions between the US and the USSR in a new, highly technological game of “spy vs. spy,” the funding for research and development of cutting edge technology was placed under a cover of national security and classified.

BLANK: But in the early 1950s, the Korean War changes the game. Post-World War II—those who know your history—we basically demobilized our troops, mothballed our bombers and our fighters, and said, “We’re going to enjoy the post-war benefits.” 1949, the Soviets explode their first nuclear weapon. The Cold War, with the Korean War, becomes hot. All of a sudden, the United States realizes that the world’s changed again, and spook work comes to Stanford.

The military approaches Terman and asks him to set up the Applied Electronics Lab to do classified military programs, and doubles the size of the electronics program at Stanford. They said, “Well, we’ll keep this separate from the unclassified Electronics Research Lab.” But for the first time it made Stanford University a full partner with the military in government R&D.

SOURCE: Secret History of Silicon Valley

The arrival of intelligence agency investment money created a new relationship between the government and the researchers in the Valley. Rather than directly hiring the technology companies to produce the technology, consumer electronics would increasingly be regulated, directed, overseen and infiltrated by government workers, who could then use that technology as the basis for a worldwide signals intelligence operation, directed not only at the militaries of foreign countries, but at the population of the world as a whole.

Now cloaked in a shroud of national security, the government’s role in the development of Big Tech has been largely obscured. But, if you know where to look, the fingerprints of the intelligence agencies are still visible on nearly every major company and technology to emerge from Silicon Valley.

Take Oracle Corporation, for instance. The third-largest software corporation in the world, Oracle is famed for its eponymous database software. What many do not know is that the “Oracle” name itself comes from the firm’s first customer: the CIA. “Project Oracle” was the CIA codename for a giant relational database that was being constructed on contract by Ampex, a Silicon Valley firm. Assigned to the project were Larry Ellison, Bob Miner and Ed Oates. Although Project Oracle “was something of a disaster” it did lead Ellison and his partners to spin off Oracle Corporation, which to this day gets 25% of its business from government contracts.

Or take Sun Microsystems. Founded in 1982, the Silicon Valley software and hardware giant’s flagship Unix workstation, the “Sun-1”, as ComputerWorld explains, “owes its origins rather directly to a half-dozen major technologies developed at multiple universities and companies, all funded by ARPA.” Sun was acquired by Oracle in 2010 for $7.4 billion.

But to an entire generation growing up today, this is ancient history. Sure, the intelligence agencies and the Defense Department were involved in the founding of these Silicon Valley stalwarts. But what about the Silicon Valley of today? What does this have to do with Google or Facebook or PayPal or the Big Tech giants that have become synonymous with computing in the age of the internet?

The modern era of Silicon Valley began in the 1990s, when the advent of the World Wide Web brought the full potential of the computing revolution into homes across America and around the globe. This was the era of the dotcom bubble, when small start-ups with no business plan and no revenue could become million-dollar companies overnight. And behind it all, steering the revolution from the shadows, were the intelligence agencies, who helped fund the core technologies and platforms of the modern internet.

One of the first problems confronting early users of the web was how to search through the dizzying array of personal web sites, corporate web pages, government sites and other content that was coming online every day. In order for the web to turn from a playground for tech geeks and hobbyists into a ubiquitous communication tool, there would need to be a way to quickly sort through the vast amount of information available and return a relevant list of websites to lead users to useful information. Early iterations of online search, including personally curated lists of interesting sites and primitive search engines that relied on simple keyword matching, failed to live up to the task.

By happy coincidence, the problem of cataloguing, indexing, sorting and querying vast troves of information was one that the intelligence agencies were also working on. As the masses of data flowing through the internet gave rise to the era of Big Data, the NSA, the CIA and other members of the US intelligence community recruited the best and the brightest young minds in the country to help them store, search and analyze this information . . . and those searching for it. And, as usual, they turned to Stanford University and the Silicon Valley whiz kids for help.

Google—as the now familiar story goes—started out as a research project of Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two graduate students at Stanford University. Unsurprisingly, one does not have to dig very deep to find the connection to the Defense Department. DARPA—the current name of the oft-rebranded ARPA—was one of the seven military, civilian and law enforcement sponsors of the “Stanford Digital Libraries Project,” which helped fund Page and Brin’s research. DARPA was even thanked by name in the white paper where the idea for Google was first laid out: “The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine.”

Less well-known is the “Massive Digital Data Systems” project spearheaded by the US intelligence community and funded through unclassified agencies like the National Science Foundation. As an email introducing the project to researchers at major US universities in 1993 explains, it was designed to help the intelligence agencies take “a proactive role in stimulating research in the efficient management of massive databases and ensuring that I[ntelligence] C[ommunity] requirements can be incorporated or adapted into commercial products.”

As Jeff Nesbit—former director of legislative and public affairs for the National Science Foundation—detailed in a revealing 2017 article for qz.com on Google’s true origin:

“The research arms of the CIA and NSA hoped that the best computer-science minds in academia could identify what they called ‘birds of a feather:'[sic] Just as geese fly together in large V shapes, or flocks of sparrows make sudden movements together in harmony, they predicted that like-minded groups of humans would move together online.[. . .]

“Their research aim was to track digital fingerprints inside the rapidly expanding global information network, which was then known as the World Wide Web. Could an entire world of digital information be organized so that the requests humans made inside such a network be tracked and sorted? Could their queries be linked and ranked in order of importance? Could ‘birds of a feather’ be identified inside this sea of information so that communities and groups could be tracked in an organized way?”

The project dispersed more than a dozen grants of several million dollars each to help realize this goal of tracking, sorting and mining online behavior in order to identify and categorize communities and track groups in real life. And one of the first recipients of this grant money? Sergey Brin’s team at Stanford and their research into search query optimization.

From its very founding and continuing right through to the present day, Google has maintained close ties to America’s intelligence, military and law enforcement apparatuses. As with all matters of so-called “national security,” however, we only get a window into that relationship from the public and declassified record of contracts and agreements that the tech giant has left in its wake.

In 2003, Google signed a $2.1 million contract with the National Security Agency, the US intelligence community’s shadowy surveillance arm that is responsible for collecting, storing and analyzing signals intelligence in foreign intelligence and counterintelligence operations. Google built the agency a customized search tool “capable of searching 15 million documents in twenty-four languages.” So important was this relationship to Google that when the contract expired in April 2004, they extended it for another year at no cost to the government.

In 2005, it was revealed that In-Q-Tel—the CIA’s venture capital arm and itself the perfect encapsulation of the intelligence agencies’ relationship with Silicon Valley—had sold over 5,000 shares of Google stock. It is not exactly clear how the CIA’s venture capital firm ended up with 5,000 shares of Google stock, but it is believed to have come when Google bought out Keyhole Inc., the developer of the software that later become Google Earth. The company’s name, “Keyhole,” is a none-too-subtle reference to the Keyhole class of reconnaissance satellites that the US intelligence agencies have been using for decades to commit 3D imaging and mapping analysis. Keyhole, Inc. worked closely with the US intelligence community and even bragged that its technology was being used by the Pentagon to support the invasion of Iraq. To this day, the CIA itself describes Google Earth as “CIA-assisted technology” on its own page dedicated to “CIA’s Impact on Technology.”

In 2010, details of a formal NSA-Google relationship began to emerge, but both parties refused to divulge any further information about the relationship. Subsequent reporting suggested that Google had “agreed to provide information about traffic on its networks in exchange for intelligence from the NSA about what it knew of foreign hackers.” More details emerged from a Freedom of Information Act request in 2014, which revealed that Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt were not only on a first name basis with then-NSA chief General Keith Alexander, but that Google was part of a “secretive government initiative known as the Enduring Security Framework,” and that this initiative involved Silicon Valley partnering with the Pentagon and the US intelligence community to share information “at network speed.”

The Enduring Security Freedom initiative is just one window into how Big Tech can reap big dollars from their relationship with the NSA. In 2013, it emerged that the participants in the PRISM program—the illegal surveillance program which allowed the NSA backdoor access to all information and user data of all of the Big Tech companies—were reimbursed for the program’s expenses by a shadowy arm of the agency known as “Special Source Operations.”

MARINA PORTNAYA: The entire process reportedly cost PRISM participants millions of dollars to implement each successful extension, and those costs, according to US documents, were covered by an arm of the NSA known as “Special Source Operations.” According to The Guardian newspaper, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has described Special Source Operations as the “crown jewel” of the agency that handles all surveillance programs that rely on corporate partnership with telecoms and internet providers to access communication data. Now, this revelation is being considered evidence that a financial relationship between tech companies and the NSA has existed. And as The Guardian newspaper put it, the disclosure that taxpayers money was used to cover the company’s compliance costs raises new questions surrounding the relationship between Silicon Valley and the NSA.

SOURCE: NSA Paid Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo To Spy On You

The PRISM program itself proves that the military and intelligence agency ties to modern day Silicon Valley do not end with Google. In fact, every one of the Silicon Valley stalwarts that dominate the web today have similar ties to the shadowy world of spooks and spies.

In June 2003, the Information Processing Techniques Office—the information technology wing of DARPA that had overseen the original ARPANET project in the 1960s—quietly posted a “Broad Agency Announcement” to its website to request proposals for an ambitious new project. Labeled “BAA # 03-30,” this “proposer information pamphlet” requested proposals from developers to build an “an ontology-based (sub)system” called LifeLog that “captures, stores, and makes accessible the flow of one person’s experience in and interactions with the world.”

The idea, which seemed somewhat fantastic in 2003, was that users of LifeLog would wear a device that would capture and record all of their transactions and interactions, physical movements, email and phone calls, and a variety of other information. The LifeLog would be presented to users “as a stand-alone system to serve as a powerful automated multimedia diary and scrapbook,” but, as the announcement goes on to reveal, the data collected would be used to help DARPA create a new class of truly ‘cognitive’ systems that can reason in a variety of ways.”

If it had gone ahead, LifeLog would have been a virtual diary of everywhere that its users went, everything they did, everyone they talked to, what they talked about, what they bought, what they saw and listened to, and what they planned to do in the future. It immediately drew criticism as an obvious attempt by the government to create a tool for profiling enemies of the state, and even supporters of the plan were forced to admit that LifeLog “could raise eyebrows if [DARPA] didn’t make it clear how privacy concerns would be met.”

But then, without explanation, the announcement was withdrawn and the project was dropped. DARPA spokesman Jan Walker chalked the cancellation up to “A change in priorities” at the agency, but researchers close to the project admitted that they were baffled by the sudden stopping of the program. “I am sure that such research will continue to be funded under some other title,” wrote one MIT researcher whose colleague had spent weeks working on the proposal. “I can’t imagine DARPA ‘dropping out’ of such a key research area.”

The cancellation of LifeLog was reported by Wired.com on February 4, 2004. That very same day, a Harvard undergrad named Mark Zuckerberg officially launched “TheFacebook.com,” the first incarnation of Facebook, which collects vast amounts of data on its users, offering them the promise of “a powerful automated multimedia diary and scrapbook,” but, as has become more and more evident in recent years, using and selling that data for ulterior motives.

But it is not just this interesting coincidence that connects Facebook to DARPA. Once again, the money that helped “TheFacebook” go from a Harvard “student project” to a multi-billion user internet giant involved a relocation to Silicon Valley and copious injections of venture capital from intelligence-connected insiders. Facebook moved to Palo Alto, California, in 2004 and received its first investment of $500,000 from Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal. But the real money, and the real interest in Facebook, arrived in 2005, in the form of a $12.7 million investment from Accel Partners and an additional $1 million from Accel’s Jim Breyer. Breyer, it turns out, had some interesting connections of his own.

NARRATOR: First venture capital money totaling $500,000 came to The Facebook from venture capitalist Peter Thiel, founder and former CEO of PayPal. He also serves on the board of radical conservative group Vanguard DAC. Further funding came in the form of $12.7 million dollars from venture capital firm Accel Partners. Accel’s manager, James Breyer, was former chair of the National Venture Capital Association. Breyer served on the National Venture Capital Association’s board with Gilman Louie, CEO of In-Q-Tel, a venture capital firm established by the Central Intelligence Agency in 1999. This firm works in various aspects of information technology and intelligence, including, most notably, nurturing data mining technologies. Breyer has also served on the board of BBN Technologies, a research and development firm known for spearheading the ARPANET, or what we know today as the internet.

In October of 2004, Dr. Anita Jones climbed on board BBN along with Gilman Louie, but what is most interesting is Dr. Jones’ experience prior to joining BBN. Jones herself served on the board of directors for In-Q-Tel and was previously the director of defense research and engineering for the US Department of Defense. Her responsibilities included serving as an advisor to the Secretary of Defense and overseeing the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

This goes farther than just the initial appearances. DARPA shot to national fme in 2002, when knowledge of the existence of the Information Awareness Office (IAO) came to light. The IAO stated its mission was to gather as much information as possible about everyone in a centralized location for easy perusal by the United States government, including but not limited to: internet activity; credit card purchase history; airline ticket purchases; car rentals; medical records; educational transcripts; driver’s licenses; utility bills; tax returns; and any other available data.

SOURCE: Facebook CIA connection

It should come as no surprise, then, that the ex-director of DARPA, Regina Dugan, was hired by Google in 2012 to head its Advanced Technology and Projects group, and that she was then hired by Facebook in 2016 to head their “Building 8” research group focusing on experimental technologies like brain sensors and artificial intelligence. Nor is it a surprise to learn that DARPA is already working to weaponize Facebook’s Oculus virtual reality technology for fighting cyberwar.

Nor is it a surprise that Facebook seed money investor Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal, developed Palantir—a data-mining and analysis tool used by the NSA, FBI, CIA and other intelligence, counterterrorism and military agencies—from PayPal’s own fraud-detection algorithm. Or that In-Q-Tel was one of the first outside investors in the Palantir technology, which has gained notoriety in recent years for “using War on Terror tools to track American citizens.”

Nor is it a surprise to learn that Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google and current technical advisor to Google parent company Alphabet, is now the chairman of the Pentagon’s “Defense Innovation Board,” which seeks to bring the efficiency and vision of Silicon Valley to the Defense Department’s high-tech innovation initiatives.

Nor is it surprising that Schmidt, in addition to being a member of the elitist Trilateral Commission, is on the steering committee of the Bilderberg Group, a cabal of financiers, industrialists, high-ranking public officials, military brass and royalty that has been meeting annually in nearly total secrecy since 1954. Nor is it surprising that the Bilderberg Group now counts a number of Silicon Valley stalwarts among its ranks, from Schmidt and Thiel to Palantir CEO Alex Karp and former Electronic Frontiers Foundation chair Esther Dyson.

In fact, it would be more surprising to find a major Silicon Valley company that was not connected to the US military or to the US intelligence agencies one way or another. This is not an accident of history or a mere coincidence. The very origins of the internet were in shadowy Pentagon programs for developing the perfect command and control technologies. From the earliest attempts to form electronic databases of information on counterinsurgents in Vietnam right through to today, this technology—as Yasha Levine, author of Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet, explains—was intended to be used as a tool of warfare against target populations.

YASHA LEVINE: To understand what the internet is and what the internet has become, you have to go back to the very beginning. Back to the 1960s, when the internet was being created by the Pentagon. Back then, America was a relatively new global empire facing an increasingly chaotic and violent world. There was the Vietnam War—that was central—but the US was facing insurgencies all around the world, from Latin America to Southeast Asia. It was also facing an increasingly volatile and violent domestic environment. You had the anti-war movement. You had militant black activism. You had groups like The Weather Underground that were setting off bombs seemingly daily in cities all across the country. You had race riots in major cities.

And America’s paranoid generals looked at this, right, and they saw a vast communist conspiracy, of course. They saw the Soviet Union expanding globally, underwriting insurgencies all around the world, backing countries that were opposed to America. At the same time they were underwriting opposition movements in America, and they saw this as a new kind of war that was happening. This is not a traditional war that you could fight with traditional weapons. This is not a war that you could drop a nuke on. It was not a war that you could send a tank division into, because the combatants did not wear uniforms and they did not march in formation. They were part of the civilian population of the conflict that they were taking part in.

So it was as a new kind of war and new kind of global insurgency. And in certain rarefied circles in the military, people who were familiar with the new kind of computer technology being developed, they believe that the only way to fight and win this new war was to develop new information weapons—computer technology that could: ingest data on people and political movements; that could combine opinion surveys, economic data, criminal histories, draft histories, photographs, telephone conversations intercepted by security services; and put that all into databases that could allow analysts to perform sophisticated analysis on it and run predictive surveys. The idea was you have to find out who the enemy is and isolate it from the general population, and then take that enemy out. And at the time some even dreamed of one day creating a global system of management that could watch the world in real-time and intercept threats before they happened in much the same way that America’s early warning radar defense system did for hostile aircraft.

This is the general background from which the internet emerged. Today the counterinsurgency origins of the internet have been obscured. They’ve been lost for the most part. Very few histories even mention it, even in a little bit. But at the time that it was being created in the 1960s, the origins of the internet and the origins of this technology as a tool of surveillance and as a tool of control were very obvious to people back then. At the time people did not see computers and computer networks as tools of liberation or utopian technologies, they saw them as tools of political and social control—and that specifically included the ARPANET, the network that would later grow into the internet.

SOURCE: Yasha Levine: Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet

The internet was never intended as a tool of liberation. It was from its very inception intended to be a tool for tracking, surveilling and, ultimately, controlling a target population. And in the volatile environment of the 1960s, that “target population” quickly morphed from the Viet Cong counterinsurgents into the American public itself and anyone else who could pose a threat to the Pentagon’s ambitions at home or abroad.

Seen in the light of this history, recent developments on the internet make more sense. Silicon Valley did not spring out of the California soil by itself. It was carefully seeded there by the military and intelligence agencies that require this technology to fight the information warfare of the 21st century.

The Department of Defense did not announce in 2003 that they were going to “fight the net” as if it were an enemy weapons system because they were afraid the internet could be weaponized by their enemies. They knew it was already a weapon because they themselves had weaponized it.

The US government is not afraid of the Russians and their ability to “undermine American democracy” by purchasing thousands of dollars of advertising on Facebook. They were the ones who envisioned a LifeLog system to observe and control the population in the first place.

The Pentagon does not fret about the security vulnerabilities of the internet. It exploits those vulnerabilities to develop some of the most destructive cyberweapons yet unleashed, including the US/Israeli-developed Stuxnet.

And, as the next generation of networking technologies threatens to add not just our Facebook data and our Google searches and our tweets and our purchases to the government’s databases, but actually to connect every object in the world directly to those databases, the military is once again at the cutting edge of the next internet revolution.

SEAN O’KEEFE: Internet of Things is penetrating an ever0wider swath of daily life and the global economy. Our good friends and helpful proliferators of information at Wikipedia define the Internet of Things as the network of physical objects—things embedded with electronics (software sensors, network connectivity)—which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. Essentially it allows objects to be sensed and control remotely, creating an integration between physical world and computer systems. Think smart grid: energy systems related to each other to maximize efficiency and all tied to that objective. Internet of Things is transforming modern business, leveraging embedded sensors, connectivity, digital analytics, and the automation to deliver greater efficiency and effectiveness on a wide range of market fronts.

The military has been a leader in developing many of the Internet of Things component technologies, but can do more to leverage the benefits of Internet of Things solutions. The broader national security establishment also faces unique challenges in adopting Internet of Things technologies ranging from security and mission assurance to infrastructure and cost constraints and cultural hurdles. Now, in September, just a couple of months ago, the CSIS Strategic Technologies Program released a report: Leveraging the Internet of Things for a More Efficient and Effective Military, which outlines how the military can adopt lessons from the private sector to take advantage of these broader benefits of Internet of Things.

SOURCE: Leveraging the Internet of Things for a More Efficient and Effective Military – Opening Keynote

From the earliest days of networked computing—when the ARPANET was still just a twinkle in its engineers’ eyes and famed ARPA computer scientist J. C. R. Licklider was writing memos to his colleagues in Palo Alto updating them on his vision for an “Intergalactic Computer Network”—to today, when DARPA scientists are plotting military uses for the Internet of Things,the technology underpinning the US government’s plans for full-spectrum dominance of the cyber world has advanced by leaps and bounds. But the vision itself remains the same.

In this vision, every person is tracked, their conversations recorded, their purchases monitored, their social networks mapped, their habits studied, and, ultimately, their behaviours predicted, so that the Pentagon and the spies of Silicon Valley can better control the human population. And, with the advent of technologies that ensure that every item we own will be spying on us and broadcasting that data through networks that are compromised by the intelligence agencies, that vision is closer than ever to a reality.

And there, helping that vision to come to reality, are the giants of Big Tech who were founded, funded, aided and, when needed, compromised by the spooks, spies and soldiers who desire complete control over the cyber world.

This is the secret of Silicon Valley. In a key sense, the Big Tech giants are the Pentagon and the intelligence community. The DoD and the intelligence agencies are the Big Tech giants. It was this way from the very dawn of modern computing, and it remains this way today.

We should not be surprised that the world of the internet—the world bequeathed to us by the ARPANET—is increasingly looking like an always-on surveillance device. That was what it was intended to be.

Yet the public, blissfully unaware of this reality (or willfully ignorant of it) continues to record their every move in their Facebook LifeLog, flock like birds of a feather to ask their most intimate questions of Google, and feed their personal data into the gaping maw of the PRISM beast.

It may be too late to pull back from the brink of this always-on, always-surveilled, wireless networked precipice . . . but until we look squarely at the facts showing that Big Tech is a front for the US government, we will never hope to escape the silicon trap that they have laid for us.

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Benjamin Fulford Interview: Desperate Korean/Cabal Deal & Vatican Severs Bank Roll – Prepare For Change

Benjamin Fulford Interview: Desperate Korean/Cabal Deal & Vatican Severs Bank Roll – Prepare For Change


In this episode recorded on the 7th March 2019 we discuss a multitude of areas with an overarching theme of finance. Some topics discussed are the unified disagreement of selling Japan and Korea to China, US military seeming a little headless since January, Brexit looming and the UK could just leave without a deal, Vatican purse strings are cut for the bribery kitty used to buy off world leaders and a little discussion on the Quantum Financial System (QFS) that’s being developed.

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Praying Medic: Qanon March 9 2019 Facebook Equals Lifelog

Qanon March 9 2019 Facebook Equals Lifelog

Published on Mar 9, 2019

https://youtu.be/FRBW1CVDdmE

Q looks at the dark history of Facebook and Google which had their origins in government surveillance projects.

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Earth: The Final Frontier [videos] | Starship Earth: The Big Picture

Earth: The Final Frontier [videos]

Progressive Information for Open Minds (from the Fringes)

I know: for Star Trek fans it’s “Space: the Final Frontier”. I disagree for the sake of this post, because while we yearn for the truth about space, we have very little idea about where we even live within the confines of space. Earth is the final frontier for us until we learn who and what we are—and WHERE we are.

We’ve learned more from movies and television shows about our reality than we have from our formal educations, but they pass it off as “entertainment”. It’s actually Humanity who are the entertainment for the controlling species of creatures who have deceived and used us for centuries.

We don’t know a lot about our reality for certain, but we are sure we have been deceived about the nature of our reality, including our planet and space. Historical information is the best gauge because we can see that the narrative has changed over time. The actual facts themselves have changed. We must ask “why?”. How can the facts about a planet or the sun or stars change so dramatically over the years?

When I grow weary of the political circus I venture off into territory that stimulates my curiosity and intense desire to know more about what reality is because frankly, the number just don’t add up.

My own postulations about what is true vary greatly from someone on a different journey, but after many years of exploring the claims of a variety of people with the courage to share, I’m pretty comfortable with the fact that we live a very limited existence.

I have used the analogy in the past about a Petri dish experiment where we seem to exist in a very controlled environment, are watched, notes are taken, and if we go a little crazy and threaten to over-run the confines of the vessel or exceed the parameters of the hypotheses, we are held in check by unseen hands—or technology or what have you.

Basically, I believe almost anything is possible, so logic and skepticism play small roles and intuition is the guiding force based on the most basic information many experiencers and researchers have shared.

It’s a mine field because we know there is a tremendous amount of disinformation published to distract and take seekers down rabbit holes they may not emerge from for months, if ever.

Many of us are enthralled by details we want to hear or that may confirm our preconceived assumptions rather than what is actually true, but try finding a yard stick to measure that fluff. We know there are many agendas and don’t want to fall into their traps.

Add to that the bickering and “outing” of various whistleblowers and insiders and it can be very frustrating to be a truth seeker. Perhaps that is the ultimate goal; to render us unwilling to plumb the depths of the deception at all. To give up.

I am not dissuaded. When I have housework to do I love to listen to audios where I don’t have to watch a screen and can just enjoy the unexpected topics that come up while I do what I need to do.

Space is something that fascinates me and pondering where we fit into it. Our planet does not seem to jibe with the views we see from NASA cameras or mockups, as some refer to the images they show us, and we’ve heard fantastical tales of what comprises space and how it looks, the mechanics and certain physical limitations with space travel.

We’ve seen jaw-dropping spectacles in our skies all over the world and many unexplained “glitches” in the so-called reality we were taught we live in.

For example, there was the “lunar wave”, and since we don’t all buy into the sky, moon, sun, etc. as told, that video gave us a lot to think about. Living in a “matrix” with the aid of holographic technology didn’t seem far-fetched.

Sean at the SGT Report shared a video interview last week that he caught a lot of flack for which indicates that some folks are not yet ready to crawl out of the Petri dish. Not only do they buy into the programming, they will fight to defend that paradigm.

For them, NASA landed men on the moon and that’s all there is to it. Others are convinced it was physically impossible.

Some of us have melded the two and have come to understand that the moon landing did not happen as told, or as shown in the official footage, but that astronauts were assisted to visit the moon by extraterrestrials because there was a mutual agenda involved.

I found it interesting that Sean began his followup video intro with images of what we’re told are “stars”. My first glimpse at footage like this recently amazed me because I assumed stars were bits of rock reflecting light in space like planets. That view seems naive now because the stars photographed are beautiful clusters of scintillating rainbow colours. Are they real? Is anything real? Is everything outside of this surface we walk on merely a holographic projection?

Here is Sean’s response to some of the feedback the previous video generated. It’s short, but a good glimpse at where the heads of some members of Humanity are presently. It’s not about flat Earth versus the globe or anything else that divides. It’s about establishing and agreeing that reality is NOT what we’ve been told. It really is time to wake up and the snoozers are holding us all back.

WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT THE GREAT AWAKENING

We’ve seen intriguing images of “sun simulators” in our skies, the chemtrails are very strategically obscuring “something” or “somethings” we’re apparently not supposed to see, and we have footage of thousands of UFOs from camera phones everywhere; belonging to people with no agenda. We don’t even know if they’re craft, drones, probes or glitches in the matrix.

What’s interesting about the “sun simulators” is that the patents date back to the 1960s and we have seen the documentation. Why would we need to simulate the sun and who knew so far back as then that they would be needed and didn’t see fit to tell us?

Inquiring minds want to know more about the lies we’ve been told and to understand where we live and how we fit into Creation. We’re intrepid explorers who rarely leave our desktops and tablets and we won’t rest until our questions have been adequately answered.

In the first discussion below with Tolec, representing the Andromeda Council, and two “insiders”, we hear something I had not heard anyone speak out on before.

After the 20 minute mark Ms. M says, “our sun is dying and being reborn”. She says the coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are volatile and our guardians are hard pressed to shield the Earth from these powerful waves of energy.

Now, that would explain a lot, wouldn’t it? It would explain the sun simulators and odd shadows cast by chemtrails and many other anomalies we see on a regular basis that just don’t conform to the physics we were taught.

Its interesting that now I recall my own father telling me back in the 70’s that the sun would eventually burn out and die. I assume that’s all he knew about it.

According to Ms. M’s information, some solar events are expected as a result of the sun’s malfunctioning; a big one probably in May of 2019, with a few less significant ones prior. Does it now make more sense that President Trump urged us all to “prepare”?

We may indeed experience a blackout in portions of the world or other interesting events if massive energetic disturbances penetrate the Earth’s shields and fry our infrastructure—which is already in poor shape. Meghan also referenced that old “three days of darkness” theme. No one would wish that on our surface population but all attempts to prevent it could, theoretically, fail.

If you are skeptical of these claims and the source, it might be helpful to know that Ms M, or Meghan, is one of the three women facilitating the communication with the galactic oversight body known as the Universal Protection Unit (UPU) a couple of years ago which I’ve shared twice before which required translation from an extraterrestrial language. Meghan is the one giving us the replies from the representative of the UPU.

Another participant was Kim Gauguin, Trustee of the Manna World Holding Trust, and it’s apparent that there is some conflict ongoing within these parties. This is to be expected as the factions vie for and sort out the control structure on this planet. We are paying attention.

I hope it’s safe to say Humanity is tired of being “managed” (manipulated) by extraterrestrial and/or intraterrestrial races and “royal” bloodlines of sub-Humans and that we will step up—once we’ve been told the WHOLE truth—and run our own society and our own planet, thank you very much.

Positive, benevolent, and non-agenda-driven assistance is, of course, welcome and required for us to leave the Petri dish and move forward in liberation.

Tolec, M, MsM, Deep Disclosure, Segment 7, The Journey Continues – The Path is True & Clear

I sometimes take in a video from Matt Rogers and his worldwide community of Skywatchers and the captures they share are very interesting to say the least. Matt has been pointing out the odd, rosy hue cast in the sky and on the Earth in many sky shots and we have heard that there are other planetary bodies above us they don’t want us to know about so they are masking them.

I recently showed a photograph I took from my yard of a deep red hue on our mountain that was unlike anything I’d seen before. We get plenty of pink sunset colours but there was no red sunset in the West. What there was that day was a lot of moisture in the air as it had rained for two days. The moisture seemed to be reflecting something red.

In this video, Matt uses footage from web cams which means the footage we see is probably not doctored. He can use the raw images knowing someone didn’t mess with them before submitting to him. Sometimes the anomalies are subtle and one might not think them significant if they have not been following this research for some time because they wouldn’t have a baseline for comparison.

This week Tolec also published a fascinating discussion with his soul-sister Adona, of Star Ancestry, and Cheyene Stone. Adona is very tapped into the galactics and shares more interesting information about a “binary star system” in our galactic neighbourhood that was never part of our science classes to my knowledge.

She also mentioned the fact that our “moon” was towed there long ago and it’s not the first time I’ve heard that. They also get into the fact that Human trafficking isn’t restricted to our planet, as several have told us, so it would be best if more Humans understood this.

Tolec, Adona, Cheyene discuss our artificial Moon, a second sun, off planet human trafficking & more

The controllers’ favourite way to silence those who share the truth is to label them conspiracy theorists, tin-foil hat nut jobs, and space cadets. Ridicule was very effective for a few decades but we’re well aware of this tactic and it doesn’t cut it any longer.

The truth is “out there”, and outside the Petri dish. If you don’t look for it, you won’t find it.

Melissa Dykes at Truthstream Media brought us this recently released research involving technologies and processes the public has not been privy to historically—via a FOIA request, of course.

Stargates, portals and the like are not only the stuff of futuristic television shows and movies and Humanity as a whole needs to learn this and accept it. Only then can we learn who we are and how to maneuver in this reality.

Keep exploring. Anyone who won’t tell us the truth is hiding something, and that means we’re being manipulated. Sometimes there is some positive explanation for the “white lie”, but for much of the fake reality we’ve been fed over the years, it’s purely about control and harvesting of resources. What’s really despicable is that WE are considered “resources”.

The Truth is coming, but not everyone is ready to hear it.

Last, but certainly not least, I just finished watching this presentation from Emily Windsor Craig and I thank Jon at Wake Up to the Truth for sharing this. What exquisite timing. It’s perfect right here.

I always wondered why the chose the name, Jean-Luc Picard for the captain of the Enterprise. Perhaps this next video answers that question.

It’s difficult to refute historical footage, and this old information accompanied by beautiful music makes for a compelling case that will give us a lot to think about.

Look at the way the sun and moon traverse the sky above us in these models.

Information wasn’t always as strictly controlled as it is today. We can see the progression to control it more every moment; to manipulate our thoughts to shape our reality. How many alternatives are there? Perhaps there are nuggets of truth you will recognize here to add to your bigger picture of who we are and where we are.

We know that generation by generation the controllers shape the knowledge base, rewrite the history books, and therefore the belief systems of Humanity. They count on us forgetting, as a race, what came before. Collectively, we are in a death spiral. Pull up! Pull up! before it’s too late.  ~ BP

Emily Windsor Cragg: ETs ask: Why do humans believe Earth is a spinning ball in space? Earth is actually a Toroid.

 

PrayingMedic: #QAnon September 14 – Military Planning at its Finest (Really about #CensorshipAgenda #Twitter #FB next)

I suggest you follow Jordan Sather/ Destroying the Illusion and Kim Dotcom for news on emerging alternative internet platforms free of censorship, that should be coming online in the very near future. The video below delves into the Censorship Agenda and Q saying Twitter + FB are next.  ~PB

Qanon September 14 – Military Planning at its Finest

Published on Sep 14, 2018

https://youtu.be/ikz5kaHBBKQ

In this report, Qanon provides a look at the military planning that has gone into his operation because of anticipated censorship.

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Benjamin Fulford: U.S. civil war stalemate to end soon; Next phase of planetary liberation to begin

Benjamin Fulford: U.S. civil war stalemate to end soon; Next phase of planetary liberation to begin
By Benjamin Fulford, White Dragon Society, August 27, 2018

The death, probably by execution, of the traitor John McCain, signals a new phase in the removal of the criminal cabal that has controlled the U.S. since 1913, Pentagon and agency sources agree. “Traitor McCain may have been the first death penalty by military tribunal, allowed to die with honor like Rommel to protect the Navy’s reputation while spooking the deep state,” is how one Pentagon source described the situation.

The real battle, though, will begin after the U.S. branch of the cabal is removed and it will pit the U.S. military-industrial complex against a loose Eurasian alliance headquartered in Switzerland.

This battle will either end in a world war or a complete remake of post-war institutions like the UN, BIS, IMF, EU, etc. The key is to target the complex of foundations (plus the Vatican Bank) used by the Khazarian mafia to camouflage their control of the privately owned central banks, the Fortune 500 corporations, and most so-called world leaders.

The fireworks should start in September and intensify in the run-up to the U.S. November midterm elections, where the U.S. branch of the Khazarian mafia is hoping to recover its power and remove U.S. President Donald Trump.

However, keep in mind that Trump so far has been only the lesser of two evils compared to Hillary Clinton. He has yet to prove he is anything more than a Rothschild agent fighting against the U.S.-based Bush/Clinton/Rockefeller nexus. Remember, the Trump regime has yet to expose the truth about crimes like 9/11 and Fukushima. Nor have they tried anything remotely like a jubilee.

Former CIA and Marine intelligence officer Robert David Steele says “9/11 Truth is on the table. The President promised to get to the bottom of it. He is undecided about whether to do this before or after the elections, for fear that the crucifixion (cruci “fiction”?) of Dick Cheney and the neo-conservatives working as agents of Zionist Israel would be one election too soon.” A volume containing a collection of the presidential memoranda prepared by 28 top scholars, spies, and engineers is free online:

https://phibetaiota.net/2018/07/memorandums-for-the-president-on-9-11-experts-say-what-the-9-11-commission-was-too-corrupt-to-address/

The rabbit hole that runs even deeper than 9/11, of course, is the March 11, 2011 (3/11) Fukushima nuclear and tsunami mass-murder event. On this front, the removal last week of Goldman Sachs Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia may lead to 3/11 truth coming out, according to two Australian Secret Intelligence Service agents who were involved with Fukushima.

These agents provided evidence to Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in 2010 that a nuclear weapon stolen from……the Russian submarine Kursk in 2000 had been smuggled into Japan and was going to be used in a terrorist attack against that country. The day after Rudd received this evidence and tried to act on it, he was fired by the “U.S. Federal Reserve Board,” the agents said.

The agents continued, together with Japanese military intelligence, to track the weapon as it was placed on board the Japanese deep-sea drilling vessel Chikyu, divided into five smaller weapons, and drilled into the seabed off Fukushima before being set off to cause an earthquake and tsunami.

Despite this, no authorities intervened to prevent this attack. Furthermore, after the attack, former U.S. President Barack Obama contacted the White Dragon Society to claim he had no knowledge of, or involvement in, this attack against Japan.

In fact, the trail of evidence, and the NSA has all the details, leads to former “black pope” (top Jesuit) Peter Hans Kolvenbach and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. From there the trail leads to the satanic P2 Freemason lodge, Switzerland, and the BIS. That is why it is interesting to note that Jesuit Pope Francis is now under unprecedented attack for covering up pedophilia. Francis, for all his talk of reform, has failed to disclose the Vatican’s involvement in events like the Fukushima crime against humanity.

“The resignation of Pope Francis is increasingly likely in the aftermath of his failed Irish trip, the denunciation of the Pope by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, and a growing wave of attacks in different countries against priests who are assumed to be pedophiles. Our understanding is that only one in ten priests is a pedophile, but the culture of impunity for pedophilia and homosexuality within the Vatican is now leading to an implosion,” Steele noted. “There is a place in the Vatican where there is only room for one more pope’s image, and the legend has it that the next pope is the last pope. The Catholic leader I talk to is deeply concerned,” Steele added. Other CIA and Pentagon sources agreed with this analysis.

The Pope and the Vatican are key to a real change in how we run this planet, since most so-called world leaders are controlled by the Vatican through a combination of bribery (through billion-dollar Vatican bank accounts) and threats of murder or removal from power.

The trail of the Fukushima attack also leads into the twilight zone, because top P2 Freemasons like Cavalier of the Teutonic Knights (and Vatican assassin) Vincenzo Mazzara claim they ultimately take their orders from an entity called the “black sun,” that “communicates via gamma waves.” This may be just smoke and mirrors made to distract us from the real (human) culprits. However, Pentagon sources insist there is an esoteric or extraterrestrial dimension to the battle for the planet Earth and say that, on this front, “with more quakes, the last of the cabal underwater and underground bases are being systematically destroyed.”

Meanwhile back here on the Earth’s surface, the best way find out what is really going on would be by taking military action against, and physically occupying, Khazarian cabal strongholds like the BIS and the Rothschild family complex in Zug, Switzerland.

This is unlikely to happen under Trump because when he was a businessman, every time he went bankrupt he was bailed out by the Rothschilds (and this can be easily confirmed through media reports from his days in business).

A clear sign Trump is central-banker-controlled opposition came when he told Fox TV that if he were impeached the stock market would crash. As the charts in the link below show, world stock markets are only rising because of privately-owned central bank money-printing. In other words, it appears the central banks are using Trump to issue threats that they will crash the markets if their controlled opposition president is removed from power.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-24/nomi-prins-fed-will-not-give-dark-money

Many people think the stock market rising is a good thing, but what is really going on is that the central banks are printing funny money and handing it out to their friends who use it for stock buybacks in order to consolidate their control of major corporations and get richer. A real leader would confiscate all the assets bought worldwide with central bank funny money and return them to the people of the planet via a jubilee-type measure.

In any case, further evidence comes from representatives of former Japanese Finance Minister Heizo Takenaka, who say he handed over control of Japanese corporations to the Khazarian mafia because Japan had been threatened with earthquake weapons. Japan was attacked anyway because after Takenaka resigned, the Emperor tried to reassert Japanese control over the Bank of Japan, according to Japanese royal family sources.

The news that a Russian super-nuclear weapon has gone missing is probably a veiled Khazarian mob threat to use it to create another Fukushima-type mass murder incident if their power is threatened. This may be why people (or should I say cabal icons) like Hillary Clinton remain free.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/21/russias-nuclear-powered-missile-that-putin-claimed-had-infinite-range-is-currently-lost-at-sea.html

However, while many of the top Khazarian criminals remain free, attacks against the cabal at lower levels are having a snowballing impact. On this front, the latest from Pentagon sources is that “German chemical giant Bayer was allowed to buy Monsanto so massive lawsuits and investigations about glyphosate, GMOs, etc. will take down this cabal corporation.” The sources add that “Big Pharma is also reeling not just from public outrage to high drug prices, but also from killer vaccines by the likes of Merck.”

Also, in the U.S., “the Jewish [Khazarian] mafia private army, the corrupt New York Police Department (NYPD), may be investigated for enforcing illegal quotas on arrests, summonses, and tickets on Muslims and minorities while protecting Jewish neighborhoods.” Most of these people are being rounded up on spurious charges (e.g. 48.6% of federal prisoners are being held for drug-related offenses) to supply slave labor for privately owned prisons. On this front, it is interesting to note that the prison slave laborers have gone on strike.

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-08-24/us-inmates-demand-living-wage-amid-largest-prison-strike-history

On another front, Trump escalated his cultural war on the Jewish mafia by attacking not just NFL kneelers, but the Jewish TV networks like ESPN, CBS, Fox, and NBC that recently refused to air the national anthem.

Also, to again quote Mr. Steele, “Trump may be giving Jeff Sessions one last chance to carry out meaningful public investigations of the Clintons (for treason, pedophilia, election fraud, and charity fraud) as well as John Brennan. As Hillary Clinton prepares to headline three Democratic fundraisers, a meaningful public reminder of her high crimes and misdemeanors as Secretary of State—including the sale of Lebanon to France, of Syria and Yemen to Saudi Arabia, and of Uranium One to Russia—could be the nail in the Democratic coffin going into the November elections.”

Prepare for a busy autumn, folks.


Via:

https://kauilapele.wordpress.com/2018/08/30/full-article-benjamin-fulford-8-28-18-u-s-civil-war-stalemate-to-end-soon-next-phase-of-planetary-liberation-to-begin/

Source:
https://benjaminfulford.net/2018/08/27/u-s-civil-war-stalemate-to-end-soon-next-phase-of-planetary-liberation-to-begin/

How WikiLeaks became a political Rorschach test | Crikey

How WikiLeaks became a political Rorschach test | Crikey

The WikiLeaks of 2010 seems very different to the WikiLeaks of today. But is it the organisation that’s changed, or just our way of looking at it?

WikiLeaks Assange

Way back in the 1920s, Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach formalised a scheme for diagnosing schizophrenia that involved showing abstract patterns of ink-blots to patients, and drawing conclusions about their mental state from how they interpreted the images. Where one subject sees a butterfly in the enigmatic splatters, maybe you see a pair of wolves pole-dancing, or whatever, it’s on you.

The WikiLeaks organisation has operated as a kind of political Rorschach test since at least 2010, when it exploded into mass consciousness with a video, “Collateral Murder”, of journalists and bystanders being executed by a US helicopter gunship over Baghdad. Prior to that, the organisation’s publication history reads like a quasi-random global tour of scandals and hidden violence: operating manuals from Guantanamo Bay (2007), Chinese repression in Tibet (2008), Australia’s notorious and short-lived internet filter blacklist (2009), and dozens of others.

No one but those most closely involved understood that the appalling Collateral Murder disclosure was just the first of a series of four major transparency dumps — including the 2010 release of the Afghan and Iraq war logs and then the quarter-million haul of State Department cables — on the true nature of US military and diplomatic conduct.

This malignant scatter of ink-blots was easy enough for most people to read: the disclosures were clearly in the public interest, given the distance between the officially curated version of the United States’ saintly presence in the world and the ugly raw material that WikiLeaks had laid out online. Editor Julian Assange made the cover of Time magazine, and front page after front page unfurled with sensational headlines as the inner workings of empire were briefly laid bare. Partnering with reputable outlets like The New York Times, Le Monde and The Guardian provided a measure of legitimacy — and safety — to the tiny guerrilla publisher.

President Obama’s composed demeanor masked a deep fury within the US national security establishment, however. More than 5 million people across public and private sectors in the US hold security clearances, forming a kind of government within the government, and this institution holds grudges. A Justice Department investigation “unprecedented both in its scale and nature” was launched, and remains live to this day.

Despite the extraordinary pressure brought to bear on the organisation, its staff and volunteers, the publications didn’t let up: the “Spy Files” exposing the global surveillance industry, leaked chapters from the secret Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations, NSA spying operations against the United Nations Secretary General, and the latest publication revealing the CIA’s offensive cyberweapon stockpile, with thousands of careful redactions to ensure that no dangerous code was released. By any measure, it’s an extraordinary publication record, all of it timed for maximum public impact.

Before we hold up the next card so you can consider the ink blots, there is a further dimension to the campaign against WikiLeaks that needs bearing in mind. In the wake of the huge 2010 disclosures, a seedy coalition of infosec hustlers and former military intelligence people drew up a pitch document outlining proposals for how to destroy the publisher. We know what was in the slides because they were leaked — by WikiLeaks — and their attack strategy is highly instructive:

Feed the fuel between the feuding groups. Disinformation … Submit fake documents then call out the error … Media campaign to push the radical and reckless nature of WikiLeaks activities. Sustained pressure. Does nothing for the fanatics, but creates concern and doubt amongst moderates …

This coalition of companies — Palantir Technologies, HBGary Federal and Berico Technologies — disintegrated as soon as the sunlight of disclosure hit their excruciatingly “cyber” Powerpoint slides, but the episode remains valuable for its central proposition: to burn off WikiLeaks’ protective armour of moderate journalists, funders and supporters, while destroying the reputations and trust networks of those closest to the heart of the organisation.

Some vastly more professionalised version of this strategy must have been in play since then, with the results, to their credit, very much in line with the predictions of the HBGary cabal. So much so, that when we hold up the next card, it’s quite likely that instead of seeing ink-blots that look like a publisher, many will see a front for Russian intelligence agencies led by a sex offender who single-handedly delivered the White House to the repulsive Donald Trump.

WikiLeaks Julian Assange

It is hard to recall the conduct of a legal case more damaging to the interests both of the accusers and the accused than the Swedish government’s botched investigation into sexual assault allegations against Assange dating back to 2010. Italian journalist Di Stefania Maurizi has conducted a careful analysis of the British government’s alleged manipulation of due process, exposing an unseen side of the case.

“Please do not think that the case is being dealt with as just another extradition request,” wrote a lawyer for the UK Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in 2011, without explaining why, or why the CPS would spent the next few years arguing against their Swedish colleagues questioning Assange in the Ecuadorian embassy in order to resolve the matter. In 2013, when Swedish prosecutors proposed to drop extradition proceedings against Assange, it was the CPS who persuaded them to continue.

In 2017, having finally questioned Assange after refusing to do so for more than six years, the Swedish authorities dropped the investigation altogether. Both the accusers and the accused were denied any chance of justice through the incomprehensible delaying tactics of the prosecutors in both countries.

One of the more recent document drops listed on the WikiLeaks publication archive is the one titled “19,252 emails, 8,034 US Democratic National Committee (DNC) database”. It’s dated July 22, 2016. In it, you will discover how the Democratic Party machine cooked their own primary process in order to ensure that the powerful Bernie Sanders insurgency was derailed, clearing the way for Hillary Clinton to win the nomination. In the aftermath of having run the only candidate that Trump could conceivably have beaten, and with apparent determination to avoid taking any responsibility for their stunning loss, the Democratic establishment found an easy target for their rage. Not the people who ran the corrupted nomination process, obviously, but the people who disclosed it.

In April 2018, the DNC filed a lawsuit against the Trump campaign, the Russian government, the hacker alleged to have infiltrated the Party’s mail server, and WikiLeaks. The true scope of attempted Russian manipulation of the 2016 US presidential election may become clearer with the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller’s sprawling investigation, or it may never be known. But it is clear at the outset that suing WikiLeaks — for simply publishing the emails — is a high-risk strategy with potentially disastrous consequences. If WikiLeaks is liable, then so is every other publisher that recognised the public interest in reporting on the contents of the emails at the time.

And so here we are. With a handful of important exceptions, the penumbra of moderate WikiLeaks supporters, journalists, publishers and advocates are long gone. In their place, a small cohort of disaffected former colleagues and peripheral associates have eked out a dismal career writing online hit-pieces on a guy now ending his sixth year trapped in what the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention described in 2016 as being in violation of multiple Articles of both the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

I’ve spent enough hours in that embassy over the years to be really unsure I’d have lasted this long. You may genuinely believe that WikiLeaks is now just a cipher for the Russian FSB, or find the allegations of collusion with high-level creepy-crawlies within Team Trump impossible to forgive, or wish that Assange would pause and reconsider sometimes before opening up his Twitter client. But when I look at these stupid inkblots all I can see is an Australian citizen, a long way from home, deserted by his government and targeted by some of the most powerful people in the world for having taken up the Duke of Wellington’s 1824 exhortation to “publish and be damned”.

If you see something completely different I can hardly blame you, but it’s dangerous to start assessing whether or not we think human rights should apply based on our assessment of someone’s character.

In testimony to the US Senate’s Judiciary Committee in May 2017, then-FBI Director James Comey confirmed in unambiguous language that Assange had made an entirely rational decision to seek the protection of political asylum back in 2012: “He hasn’t been apprehended [by US authorities] because he is inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London”. Senior Trump administration officials, from the former CIA director Mike Pompeo on down, have made it abundantly clear that WikiLeaks is still in the crosshairs.

The consequences of the isolation and attempted destruction of WikiLeaks are broad. In a chilling and prescient article in 2013, the Freedom of the Press Foundation’s executive director laid out the methods by which “virtually every move made by the Justice Department against WikiLeaks has now also been deployed on mainstream US journalists”.

WikiLeaks’ famous byline — that “courage is contagious” — now invokes the unpleasant possibility that cowardice is too. The courageous alternative is to agree to set aside our differing interpretations of the inkblots for the moment and demand, in unity, that attacks on publishers are ultimately attacks on us all, and that the persecution of WikiLeaks must end.

Source:
https://www.crikey.com.au/2018/07/25/wikileaks-political-rorschach-test/

Links to 2 Pertinent Articles about Julian Assange

[Note: Suzie’s been sick, hospitalized but recovering, please read and donate ~PB]

Suzie Dawson ‏ @Suzi3D
Mar 8



Being Julian Assange
(long read)

An in-depth investigative story about the struggle of @WikiLeaks, the Deep State infiltration of the activist community, the strength & vulnerability of the world’s leading truth-teller @JulianAssange & a call to action:

https://contraspin.co.nz/beingjulianassange/

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One of the best factually accurate articles written on the background of my son’s current plight. A must read for both his supporters & critics alike:

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The Getting of Julian Assange: The Untold Story
By veteran investigative journalist @JohnPilger

http://johnpilger.com/articles/getting-julian-assange-the-untold-story

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Apr 8

Christine Assange and John Pilger on the silencing of dissent…

Flashpoints

Julian Assange Special w/ John Pilger & Christine Assange


https://kpfa.org/episode/flashpoints-april-5-2018/

Today on Flashpoints: An in-depth report on the future of WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, in virtual exile and incommunicado at the Ecuadorian Embassy in Great Brittan. We’ll speak to legendary filmmaker and longtime Assange friend, John Pilger. And in the second half of this collaboration with Randy Credico’s Live on the Fly, we’ll be joined by political activist, Christine Assange, one of Assange’s most effective defenders, and his mom.

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Apr 2

In this letter, 27 writers, journalists, film-makers, artists, academics, former intelligence officers & democrats call on the government of Ecuador to allow Julian Assange his right of freedom of speech…

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THE ISOLATION OF JULIAN ASSANGE IS THE SILENCING OF US ALL

http://johnpilger.com/articles/the-isolation-of-julian-assange-is-the-silencing-of-us-all

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Julian Assange

@JulianAssange

Due to US pressure on Ecuador, Julian Assange has been isolated from visitors, press & communications. US, UK seek his arrest. Account run by legal campaign.

Ecuadorian embassy, London

Joined October 2011
Born on July 3, 1971

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Great to see people coming together globally from all backgrounds to stand up & demand an end to the political persecution & human rights abuse of my courageous journalist son Julian Assange. His fight is the fight of all of us who believe in free speech,.free press & freedom