By Tony Newbill
Edited by John R. Houk
Posted December 21, 2016
Tony Newbill focuses on the conspiratorial corruption the Obama Administration did nothing to curb and perhaps might be in collusion in abetting.
The Disinformation effort
12/14/2016 2:12 PM
The Disinformation effort .... to discredit an election that was won because the people are tired of the LIES and Deception!
By what these 4 links show that it’s pretty hard to say there is not a concerted effort to see what society is up too and then try and direct a narrative, by the Government and Media, and I would say that Trump new this and talked Truth about it and is why he won, not some Russian Hacking effort to steal the election.
Why wouldn't it be?
We already know that the NSA snoops through our email, as well as our phone records and calls. And it was recently revealed that the CIA created a “Cuban Twitter” to encourage insurrection.
It was called ZunZuneo, and it was offered to Cubans via the country’s mobile-phone network as a free text service. The program attracted 40,000 subscribers before mysteriously ending operations in 2012.
The (Social) Network
The Facebook-CIA connection revolves around James Breyer, a partner at the investment firm ACCEL.
Accel was one of Facebook's early investors, plunking down $12.7 million in 2005. That dwarfed the initial venture capital investment of $500,000 from Peter Thiel. In fact, Accel was Facebook's biggest shareholder after Mark Zuckerberg at the time of the company's IPO, with an 11% stake.
And as it happens, Breyer, the guy who made it happen, has some very close ties with the U.S. government.
You see, in addition to his role at Accel, Breyer sat on the board of directors at BBN – a defense contractor that helped create the internet. And in 2004, he was joined there by Gilman Louie, the CEO of In-Q-Tel – an technology investment firm that was founded by the CIA.
Indeed, the CIA launched In-Q-Tel in 1999, with a focus on data mining, and Louie was put in charge.
And that's not all.
Also on BBN's board was Dr. Anita Jones.
Jones, also a member of the In-Q-Tel board, was formerly the director of Defence Research and Engineering for the U.S. Department of Defence. At the DoD, Jones reported directly to the Secretary of Defence and oversaw the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
DARPA, of course, is responsible for the development of new technologies the military. It also houses one of the most insidious branches of government bureaucracy, the Information Awareness Office.
The IAO was established in 2002 to bring together several DARPA projects that use surveillance and information technology to track and monitor “terrorists.” The goal of these endeavors is “Total Information Awareness (TIA).”
TIA means creating enormous computer databases to gather and store the personal information of everyone in the United States, including personal emails, social networks, credit card records, phone calls, medical records, and numerous other sources, without any requirement for a search warrant.
Once this information was made public there a firestorm of criticism. It was … READ ENTIRETY (The CIA Has Sent You a Friend Request: Is Facebook Really a CIA Front? By Jason Simpkins; Outsider Club; 4/7/14 5:18 PM)
IS SOCIAL NETWORKING THE ULTIMATE BIG BROTHER TOOL?
When Desperate Housewife Eva Longoria used Facebook to spring her cheating husband of three years, Tony Parker, just before Christmas, she was using social networking to gather intelligence. But she’s not the only one, and some agencies are salivating at the information they’re gathering on citizens across the world
WORDS BY IAN WISHART
Sociologists have discovered the same thing in public life – that virtually all of us can be linked through our acquaintances and friendships, within six degrees of separation, to anyone else on the planet – even to Kalahari bushmen.
This “interconnectedness” is one of the driving principles that Facebook is designed to exploit, but in doing so has it created a monster? …
But just as it has made infidelity easier, Facebook has also made it easier to track, and that’s where the Big Brother twist comes in. …
Former Israeli intelligence agent Ari ben-Menashe published a book called ‘Profits of War’ in 1992 that caused a worldwide sensation, because it described for the first time a plan by Israeli spy agency Mossad to create a computer programme capable of monitoring individuals and working out who their circle of friends were. That programme was called PROMIS, and it was picked up not just by Mossad but also the CIA and the NSA in the US.
Information, said ben-Menashe, might include phone records that showed who the target associated with, or locations that he regularly visited. “The programme…would have the ability to track the movements of vast numbers of people around the world. Dissidents or citizens who needed to be kept under watch would be hard put to move freely again without Big Brother keeping an eye on their activities.”
That was 1992. When the whistle was blown the intelligence agencies ran for cover, and organisations in New Zealand and elsewhere who had purchased PROMIS ditched it. But the dream of tracking social networks via computer did not go away. Imagine the fun to be had if people voluntarily waived their rights to privacy and uploaded their personal information and friendships online for everyone to see.
In 1998, the CIA ostensibly gave up the fight to lead the world in IT intelligence software.
Instead of developing software, the CIA set up a company called In-Q-Tel in 1999 to go into venture partnerships with private capital firms to develop and fund promising new technologies that could help the CIA “data mine” for useful intelligence.
The CIA’s website makes In-Q-Tel’s mission clear:
“In-Q-Tel’s mission is to foster the development of new and emerging information technologies and pursue research and development (R&D) that produce solutions to some of the most difficult IT problems facing the CIA. To accomplish this, the Corporation will network extensively with those in industry, the venture capital community, academia, and any others who are at the forefront of IT innovation.”
The first CEO of In-Q-Tel was Gilman Louie, and he and his CIA subsidiary were appointed with seven others to the Board of Directors of the National Venture Capital Association of America in 2004. The chairman of the NVCA was James Breyer of Accel Partners, and one of his first tasks that year was to give a young student named Mark Zuckerberg US$13 million in venture capital. What for? Well, in February 2004, Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook, a new social networking service designed to help fellow students stay in touch with each other.
James Breyer was also chairman of BBN, a Silicon Valley company whose Arpanet technology had helped kick off the internet with the assistance of the US Defence agencies. Joining Breyer at BBN in 2004 were both In-Q-Tel’s Gilman Louie and Dr. Anita Jones, a colleague of Gilman Louie’s at In-Q-Tel, and a former advisor to DARPA, or the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency.
In Facebook terms, these CIA and US Defence Department types were just one degree of separation from Facebook itself, and their chairman James Breyer was one of the initial bankrollers of Facebook.
One of DARPA’s projects was “scalable social network analysis”, or SSNA, which researcher Sean McGahan described this way: “The purpose of the SSNA algorithms program is to extend techniques of social network analysis to assist with distinguishing potential terrorist cells from legitimate groups of people … In order to be successful SSNA will require information on the social interactions of the majority of people around the globe. Since the Defense Department cannot easily distinguish between peaceful citizens and terrorists, it will be necessary for them to gather data on innocent civilians as well as … READ ENTIRETY (Is Facebook the new ‘Big Brother’? Posted by iwishart; Investigate Daily; 9/30/11)
It’s been a rough couple days for The Washington Post. Word emerged that hackers invaded its internal system—for a few days, no less—all of its staffers had to change their passwords as the company tried to figure out how much data had been compromised.
Meanwhile, a petition campaign was launched related to news that Amazon, under the Post’s new owner, Jeff Bezos, recently secured a $600 million contract from the CIA. That’s at least twice what Bezos paid for the Post this year. Bezos recently disclosed that the company’s Web-services business is building a “private cloud” for the CIA to use for its data needs.
Critics charge that, at a minimum, the Post needs to disclose its CIA link whenever it reports on the agency. Over 15,000 have signed the petition this week hosted by RootsAction.
In a statement released by the Institute for Public Accuracy, media writer/author Robert McChesney observes:
When the main shareholder in one of the very largest corporations in the world benefits from a massive contract with the CIA on the one hand, and that same billionaire owns the Washington Post on the other hand, there are serious problems. The Post is unquestionably the political paper of record in the United States, and how it covers governance sets the agenda for the balance of the news media. Citizens need to know about this conflict of interest in the columns of the Post itself.
If some official enemy of the United States had a comparable situation—say the owner of the dominant newspaper in Caracas was getting $600 million in secretive contracts from the Maduro government—the Post itself would lead the howling chorus impaling that newspaper and that government for making a mockery of a free press. It is time for the Post to take a dose of its own medicine.” (Amazon, ‘The Washington Post’ and That $600 MIllion CIA Contract; By Greg Mitchell; The Nation; 12/19/13)
Who really could have hacked the DNC?
How often are social media accounts hacked? Although it’s a tricky question, the short answer is clear: way too often.
Social media account takeovers are an increasingly common occurrence, affecting the likes of politicians, celebrities, brands, other high-profile accounts and even Mark Zuckerberg, the father of the social media revolution. But they also trickle down to individuals and small business accounts in striking numbers.
A social media profile is a valuable tool for corporations and celebrities to spread awareness, but it’s also a broad, easily exploited, and often unregulated attack surface. If the page itself is compromised, the brand can become tarnished and trusting users can be enticed to click malicious links, directing to phishing pages, scams, or exploits.
Measuring the cost of high-profile breaches is more difficult; most instances of account takeovers do not reveal the full impact of the breach. We can, however, point to specific instances where the cost of the breach has been quantified. … Clearly, these account takeovers have potentially huge financial impacts to the victims.
PAY ATTENTION TO THIS California Legislation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
12/15/2016 9:57 AM
This shows the Institutions that are used to facilitate the Dark State manipulation of the Mind and the spying by the PLUTOCRACY/Technocracy THAT GETS BAILED OUT AND SUBSIDIZED WITH THE blood, sweat and tears of the society!!!!!
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College is a Perfect venue for Mind Manipulation to make Slaves out of Free Thinkers:
What are college students focusing on these days—apart from sex, booze, and drugs? Well, moral values, if you can call a deep desire for “free everything” a value. And maybe “feeling triggered” and “needing a safe space” is also, somehow, a value. As is demanding that many words be excised from the English language, because they might offend someone who is a member of a designated victim-class. College is quite a scene these days.
Therefore, a different kind of propaganda had to be sprayed on students; the most shallow kind of “social justice” possible—in order to divert these boys and girls from revealing the underlying corruption of their adult minders. Hence, China-style political correctness.
These days, students are, for the most part, oblivious to how their colleges and universities are funded.
I’m not talking about donations from graduates and boosters, or revenue generated from televised football games. I’m talking, for example, about secretive government agencies.
CIA, NSA, DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency).
At WikiLeaks, Julian Assange posted an overview (10/7/2007), “On the take and loving it—academic recipients of the US intelligence budget.”
Consider Assange’s stunning conclusion: “Over the last decade, U.S intelligence funding of academic research has taken on cavalier, even brazen qualities. This article reveals over 3,000 National Security Agency and over 100 Defense Intelligence Agency funded papers [written by professors] and draws attention to recent unreported revelations of CIA funding for torture research.”
Torture research. If people need evidence that the CIA’s MKULTRA is still alive, there it is.
Assange: “The NSA has pushed tens or hundreds of millions into the academy [colleges] through research grants using one particular grant code. NSA funding sources are often nakedly, even proudly, declared in research papers (‘I may be nothing, but look, a big gang threw me a sovereign’). Some researchers try to conceal or otherwise downplay the source using accepted covers, weasel words and … READ ENTIRETY (Send your kid to college: support the Surveillance State: The NSA is alive and well on campuses; By Jon Rappoport; Jon Rappoport’s Blog; 12/15/16)
PAY ATTENTION TO THIS California Legislation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This article is dedicated to Patrick Wood, author of Technocracy Rising, a book everyone should read. Yesterday.
A bill introduced by the notorious Richard Pan, the mover and shaker behind the mandatory vaccination law in CA—this new one, SB18, is a grab-bag of generalities basically giving over care of children to the State.
Catch the flavor of the wording. It emerges like swamp gas:
“The Legislature finds and declares that all children and youth, regardless of gender, class, race, ethnicity, national origin, culture, religion, immigration status, sexual orientation, or ability, have inherent rights that entitle them to protection, special care, and assistance, including, but not limited to, the following: The right to parents, guardians, or caregivers who act in their best interest. The right to form healthy attachments with adults responsible for their care and well-being. The right to live in a safe and healthy environment. The right to social and emotional well-being. The right to opportunities to attain optimal cognitive, physical, and social development. The right to appropriate, quality education and life skills leading to self-sufficiency in adulthood. The right to appropriate, quality health care.”
This bill is basically setting up the population of California for state regulatory agencies to fill in the blanks later, to make specific controls out of the vague generalities in the bill. Get it?
“Medical care and nutrition and parenting and education are what we say they are. We define and enforce, you obey.”
SB18 is also an invitation to immigrants anywhere in the world who can get to California with their children, or will give birth to children after arriving: “Just be here and we’ll take care of you.”
But let’s go to the money. In SB18, a group is referred to: the Peninsula Partnership Leadership Council (when you go to “Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 80” referenced in SB18):
This Council has already written a children’s bill of rights, and SB18 is saying this is the model. This is the framework. This the pattern they’re following.
The Peninsula Partnership Leadership Council (PPLC) is composed of the San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools, the County Board of Supervisors and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
And now we hit pay dirt: THE SILICON VALLEY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION.
It’s a non-profit that has assets of $7.3 BILLION. It runs 1800 philanthropic funds. Here are some of its corporate partners:
Alexza Pharmaceuticals. Microsoft. Pepsico Foundation. Cisco. Hewlett Packard. Dell. Symantec. Unilever. Plus something called the SV2 Silicon Valley Social Venture Fund, “building and scaling social inventions.”
For some reason, this huge Foundation is pushing a children’s bill of rights that is reflected in a new CA bill, SB18, that will eventually make the State the top-dog controlling force over all children in California.
You can bet these corporate partners will reap profits. Beyond that, this is their version of a MASSIVE social engineering program. And that program is part of a technocratic movement to plan, format, and run the lives of the population from cradle to grave, because…
They should rule the future because they can plot and chart it out, based on their version (you weren’t consulted) of “greatest good for the greatest number.”
The best place to start? THE CHILDREN.
This is … READ ENTIRETY (Bombshell: Sacrificing children to the state of California: SB18: Watch out for the big money behind this operation: it’s the secret: Watch out for the big money behind this operation: it’s the secret; By Jon Rappoport; Jon Rappoport’s Blog; 12/15/16)
US Government Workers using Child Porn
12/16/2016 12:19 PM
*****ATTENTION***** “Impunity for US government workers using child porn” -- THINK ABOUT THIS .... WHERE IS THE MAIN STREAM MEDIA ON THIS???????????? THIS #PIZZAGATE is way to big a Deal to not be Government Connected because this would not be going on as is described in this Video:
VIDEO: Impunity for US government workers using child porn
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Posted by Lori Handrahan
Published on Sep 23, 2012
Prof Lori Handrahan of American University outlines cases where employees in e.g. judiciary, police, foreign service are being protected by the Department of Justice when they are caught using child porn. Specific cases from Vermont and Maine are described.
Child Porn Nation: America’s Hidden Security Threat. This is a Big Deal!!!!!!
When Senator Lamar Alexander’s (R TN) Chief of Staff, Ryan Loskarn, was arrested, last year, for trading in the rape and torture of children, aka child pornography, not one journalist provided context to the story. The media reported Loskarn’s arrest, and subsequent suicide pending trial, as if it were a one-off event. As if, no other high-level government employees were being arrested on child porn charges.
So, I suppose I should be thrilled to see that both Paul Farrell, the Breaking News Editor for Heavy, and Shane Harris, Sr. Intelligence and National Security Correspondent for The Daily Beast and New America Foundation Fellow, tried to provide context to the State Department’s Director of Counterterrorism, Daniel Rosen’s arrest, 26 February 2015, on charges of computer solicit of a child under 15 years old for sex/sodomy.
Farrell reported Rosen’s arrest was “the Second Child Sex Scandal to Hit D.C. in 12 Months.” Harris said Rosen’s arrest marks the “3rd U.S. Official Hit With Child Sex and Porn Charges.”
… A simple Google or Twitter search reveals far more than two or three government officials arrested on similar charges.
As I have been documenting, for years now, by all accounts there is both a national child porn crisis and, within that, a crisis of American federal and state employees engaged in child porn. In what appears to be epidemic numbers men are down-loading child porn often on their work computers at ... READ THE REST at SlantRight 2.0