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Episode 692 – Kevin Shipp

Friday February 17th 2017 In this edition we speak to former CIA Counterintelligence officer Kevin Shipp about CIA policy, and how some intelligence officers could be sabotaging President Trump’s cabinet. Guest Media Kevin Shipp Tracks J’ai dormi sous l’eau – Air

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Caught on camera: MSNBC journalist feeds Clinton adviser questions before interview begins… it’s all theatrics

In what appears to be the latest reason as to why tens of millions of Americans no longer watch or rely on mainstream news, MSNBC demonstrated clearly how it became the least-watched of the mainstream cable news channels. As reported by Breitbart News, on a recent Sunday evening following the most recent Democratic presidential debate […]

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The Uprising Against Assad Was Engineered in Washington

By A terrific news report by Jonathan Marshall at Consortium News provides the first-ever presentation in the West of the event that sparked the demonstrations that sparked the Syrian civil war, and of the entire origin of that war. Unlike so many online ‘news’ reports that are merely authoritarian trash because they don’t link […]

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Out of the Darkness

By: The CIA used the music of an Irish boyband called Westlife to torture Suleiman Abdullah in Afghanistan. His interrogators would intersperse a syrupy song called “My Love” with heavy metal, played on repeat at ear-splitting volume. They told Suleiman, a newly wed fisherman from Tanzania, that they were playing the love song especially […]

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A Death in Athens

By: JUST OUTSIDE THE MAIN DOWNTOWN part of Athens lies Kolonos, an old Athenian neighborhood near the archaeological park of Akadimia Platonos, where Plato used to teach. Along the maze of narrow streets, flower-filled balconies hang above open-air markets, and locals gather for hours at lazy sidewalk cafes, sipping demitasse cups of espresso and […]

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Rumors Persist That the CIA Helps Export Opium from Afghanistan

By: [youtube] Despite billions spent to eradicate opium crops in Afghanistan, the crop is more popular than ever there, leading many to wonder whether some U.S. forces may actually be encouraging its growth and the heroin it later becomes. In July, the Centers for Disease Control warned of record-breaking numbers of heroin deaths […]

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Uri Geller Address Claims About His Double Life as a “Psychic Spy” for Mossad and CIA

By: Uri Geller has insisted claims about his work as a “psychic spy” for Israel’s intelligence agency are “absolutely true” – but he has vowed to take the secrets of his missions to his grave. The television personality made a name for himself as a self-proclaimed psychic by bending spoons, other pieces of cutlery, […]

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Shocker: The CIA Isn’t Sorry For Torture

By: More than a year after the Senate Intelligence Committee voted to declassify its massive study on the CIA’s post-9/11 torture program — and nearly 10 months after its gruesome executive summary was publicly released — the CIA’s George W. Bush-era guard is still bitter. And unsurprisingly, the former spies aren’t sorry. In a […]

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The CIA and the Media: 50 Facts the World Needs to Know

By: Since the end of World War Two the Central Intelligence Agency has been a major force in US and foreign news media, exerting considerable influence over what the public sees, hears and reads on a regular basis. CIA publicists and journalists alike will assert they have few, if any, relationships, yet the seldom […]

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Literary Magazines for Socialists Funded by the CIA, Ranked

By: In May of 1967, a former CIA officer named Tom Braden published a confession in the Saturday Evening Post under the headline, “I’m glad the CIA is ‘immoral.’” Braden confirmed what journalists had begun to uncover over the previous year or so: The CIA had been responsible for secretly financing a large number […]

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CIA Director John Brennan Is a Muslim Convert?

By: Before John Owen Brennan became Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) on March 8, 2013, he had spent 25 years with the CIA in a succession of positions, including as a Near East and South Asia analyst, station chief in Saudi Arabia, chief of staff to CIA director George Tenet, and director […]

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Major Psychological Association Bans Cooperation with CIA Following Torture Scandal

By: The American Psychological Association made a nearly unanimous decision today to bar psychologists from participating in national security interrogations, The New York Times reports. The decision was a response to an independent report that came out last month, detailing how top APA officials and psychiatrists participated in the CIA’s torture program during the […]

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HUMINT May Be Getting Harder to Do, But SIGINT Continues to Rise in Importance

By: CYBER-CAFÉS were once a favoured tool of Western intelligence and security agencies. They were inconspicuous, cheap to establish and highly effective. Set up near an international summit buzzing with targets, or close to a mosque favoured by Islamist extremists, these facilities allowed their masters to monitor browsing habits, obtain targets’ logins and passwords, […]

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Ex-U.S. Intelligence Want the Truth from White House Who Shot Down MH17

By: On July 17, 2014, Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed in Ukraine’s eastern region of Donetsk en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. All 298 people on board, mostly Dutch citizens, died. “The US government issued a sketchy report on the… shoot-down citing ‘social media’ and other flimsy data implicating eastern Ukrainian rebels and […]

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The Farewell Dossier: Duping the Soviets

By: During the Cold War, and especially in the 1970s, Soviet intelligence carried out a substantial and successful clandestine effort to obtain technical and scientific knowledge from the West. This effort was suspected by a few US Government officials but not documented until 1981, when French intelligence obtained the services of Col. Vladimir I. […]

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Former CIA Husband-Wife Agent Handlers Turn Spy Novelists

By: The spy was going to be late. In Jason Matthews’s line of work, that was cause for worry. But on this rainy afternoon in Washington, D.C., the former CIA officer was merely dodging traffic, not a Russian trap. And he was rushing to meet a reporter, not a secret agent. But shedding the […]

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