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Thursday, March 09, 2017

Trump and Obama

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

16 minute video, 56 Years ago, Eisenhower warned Americans of "The Unwarranted Influence" of the Deep State in his farewell address.

Thursday, March 09, 2017 2:05:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 Password Is A Nod to Anti-CIA JFK Quote

On Tuesday WikiLeaks began releasing a series of encrypted documents dubbed “Vault 7,” detailing the surveillance activities of the CIA.

As part of the release, the organization posted to Twitter a password for “Vault 7” that read as follows: “SplinterItIntoAThousandPiecesAndScatterItIntoTheWinds.”

That password was a subset of words spoken by President John F. Kennedy 54 years ago, only a month before he was assassinated:


Thursday, March 09, 2017 2:59:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is going to require some time and effort to examine but considering the recent exposure of three brothers (Abid, Imran, and Jamal Awan) who managed office IT for members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and other lawmakers while managing to filter data out to their own private server, consider the following video/hyperlinked transcript which reveals similar details - but on a global scale - exposed from financial investigations into 9/11.
9/11 Trillions: Follow the Money
The Corbett report is well documented and although the initial 1/3 does tend to suggest/implicate Bush/Cheney indirectly, the information beginning with "PTech and Vulgar Betrayal" (ff 31:43) will blow your mind.
Here's a direct link to that point of the video: here and here is the official hyperlinked transcript with which to follow it up.
Here is one very brief quote to whet the appetite:
===>"Given the nature of the information and secrets being kept by its clients, it should come as no surprise that many of PTech’s top investors and employees were men with backgrounds that should have been raising red flags at all levels of the government."<===

(take blood pressure meds before watching)

Thursday, March 09, 2017 4:45:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You ask why Mattis choses MB stooge.

A rough outline of the "PTech Vulgar Betrayal" illustrates this lack of vetting is a long established pattern of horrific incompetence if not aiding and abetting the enemy within and without:
===>Given the nature of this sensitive risk-management work, only a company with experience delivering software to large-scale organizations with secrets to protect would fit the bill, and in this regard PTech did not disappoint. Their client roster included a veritable who’s who of top-level corporate and governmental clients:
the FBI, the IRS, NATO, the Air Force, the Naval Air Command, the Departments of Energy and Education, the Postal Service, the US House of Representatives, the Department of Defense, the Secret Service, even the White House.
From the inner sanctum of the White House to the headquarters of the FBI, from the basement of the FAA to the boardroom of IBM
, some of the best-secured organizations in the world running on some of the most protected servers housing the most sensitive data welcomed PTech into their midst.

Sanctioned by the UN Security Council for his suspected links to Al Qaeda, Yasin al-Qadi-backed investment firm Sarmany Ltd. became an “angel investor” to a software startup called PTech, providing $5 million of the initial $20 million of capital that got PTech off the ground.

(to be continued)

Friday, March 10, 2017 1:36:00 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

al-Qadi continued investing millions of dollars in the company through various fronts and investment vehicles. Company insiders told FBI officials that they were flown to Saudi Arabia to meet PTech’s investors in 1999 and that al-Qadi was introduced as one of the owners. It has also been reported that Hussein Ibrahim, PTech’s chief scientist, was al-Qadi’s representative at PTech and al-Qadi’s lawyers have admitted that al-Qadi’s representative may have continued to sit on PTech’s board even after 9/11.

Ibrahim himself was a former president of BMI, a New Jersey-based real estate investment firm that was also one of the initial investors in PTech and provided financing for PTech’s founding loan. PTech leased office space and computer equipment from BMI and BMI shared office space in New Jersey with Kadi International, owned and operated by none other than Yassin al-Qadi. In 2003, counterterrorism czar Richard Clarke said:
“BMI held itself out publicly as a financial services provider for Muslims in the United States, its investor list suggests the possibility this facade was just a cover to conceal terrorist support.”

Suheil Laheir was PTech’s chief architect. When he wasn’t writing the software that would provide PTech with detailed operational blueprints of the most sensitive agencies in the U.S. government, he was writing articles in praise of Islamic holy war.
He was also fond of quoting Abdullah Azzam, Osama Bin Laden’s mentor and the head of Maktab al-Khidamat, which was the precursor to Al-Qaeda.

That such an unlikely cast of characters were given access to some of the most sensitive agencies in the U.S. federal government is startling enough. That they were operating software that allowed them to map, analyze and access every process and operation within these agencies for the purpose of finding systemic weak points is equally startling. Most disturbing of all, though, is the connection between PTech and the very agencies that so remarkably “failed” in their duty to protect the American public on September 11, 2001.


Friday, March 10, 2017 1:36:00 am  
Blogger Kid said...

Great image.

Friday, March 10, 2017 2:23:00 am  

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