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Counterintelligence Failure by CIA and NSA in Venezuela - An Opportunity for President Donald Trump to Reform US Intelligence

Counterintelligence Failure by CIA and NSA in Venezuela An Opportunity for President Donald Trump to Reform US Intelligence by Javad Heirannia, American Herald Tribune, 10 May 2019 Q. The above graphic shows your latest publication of collected articles and your long-standing chart condemning ...

Steele Robert David
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10.05.2019 18:27:47

Beyond the Paris Climate Deal – Can Russia Lead the Way?

... distinguished senior executive (like a general) of the National Security Agency who reported that agency to the Inspector Generals of the Departments of Justice and Defense, neither of these two leaders has taken note of the fact that buried in the NSA databases (99% of all data NSA collects has not been processed) are every email and phone call made by all members of the Khazarian Mafia over the past twenty years. Since senior NSA leaders are part of the Khazarian Mafia, they may be in the process ...

Steele Robert David
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09.06.2017 11:35:18

Is Snowden worth it?

Russia is willing to consider giving political asylum to the American intelligence agencies whistleblower Edward Snowden. But why do we do that? So, Edward Snowden, former CIA and NSA contractor, is a man who has made public highly classified NSA surveillance data and currently in search of political asylum. First of all, the leak has become a sensation in the internet community. For instance, twitter entries coming along with ...

Самоловов Иван
Опубликовано:
11.06.2013 15:15:00

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