Beginning October, I had a very busy day, as for the previous years i was working for the casino industry. I was exhausted and as i was lying on my bed i did some researches regarding Cyprus, on duckduckgo and on twitter especially that day. From these two sources, i was finding information which was fulfilling my appetite for info and analysis i couldn’t find anywhere else at that moment.
That day, my life changed for ever… Few weeks later, i decided to do what i want to do most. Writing and do research through my blog and beyond. Maybe it will be difficult but i were always a dreamer.
How would you feel if you were living in an “aquarium” where your world is described and defined between the glass which pre-determinates your life?
We are all born and we carry some ideas or prejudices about people, groups, ideas far or more closed to us.
What if the world you’re living is all made of false “stars”?
Every human should know his/her real history. Unfortunately, big powers distorted history for some players, especially in the Near East.
Their bloodlust for control did and still are making victims. In this new world order (what they want to impose), the enemy is invisible, but is always there. They want to control all our lives but we have always to fight to keep a controlled distance between these curious eugenics observers and our private lives.
I wish that the “curiosity’ of these “machines” stops to know “all about our private life…
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By Andrew Emett
As the government continues to suppress the entire 6,700-page Senate Torture Report, the CIA inspector general’s office recently admitted to “mistakenly” destroying their only copy of the classified report. Although CIA Director John Brennan possesses another copy of the torture report, he refuses to send a replacement to the internal watchdog’s office.
Last summer, the Senate Intelligence Committee and the Justice Department were privately informed that CIA employees at the inspector general’s office had both destroyed the disk and deleted the file containing the full Senate Torture Report. Despite the fact that the Justice Department ordered all copies of the classified document to be preserved, acting CIA Inspector General Christopher Sharpley was unable to locate another copy and eventually informed the Senate Intelligence Committee that his officers has mistakenly ruined their only copies.
On November 9, 2005, CIA Director of National Clandestine Service Jose Rodriguez Jr. authorized the burning of 92 videotapes depicting the harsh interrogations of Abu Zubaydah and ’Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri. In response to the destruction of those tapes, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence voted to review the CIA’s Rendition, Detention and Interrogation program on March 5, 2009. With access to over six million pages of CIA documents, the Committee merely provided a superficial summary without bothering to interview any participants or victims of the RDI program.
After CIA employees were caught hacking into computers belonging to members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, CIA Director Brennan falsely accused the oversight committee of stealing classified files. Refusing to publicly apologize for his false accusations, Brennan later privately apologized to then-Chairperson of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
Although then-CIA Inspector General David Buckley found his Agency guilty of hacking into the Senate Intelligence Committee’s computers, a CIA accountability panel later overturned his findings. Since the CIA announced Buckley’s resignation early last year, his deputy CIA inspector general, Sharpley, has been serving as acting IG until the president finally appoints and the Senate confirms a new replacement.
“It’s breathtaking that this could have happened, especially in the inspector general’s office — they’re the ones that are supposed to be providing accountability within the agency itself,” CUNY School of Law Prof. Douglas Cox told Yahoo News. “It makes you wonder what was going on over there?”
Instead of releasing the entire 6,700-page Senate Torture Report, Sen. Feinstein disclosed a roughly 500-page executive summary chronicling the CIA’s kidnapping, torture, and blatant deception towards Congress and the American public. While referencing multiple human rights abuses, including waterboarding, forced rectal rehydration, and the murder of Gul Rahman, the summary neglected to mention the deaths of Abdul Wali and Manadel al-Jamadi under separate CIA interrogations or the rendition and torture of an Egyptian cleric named Hassan Mustafa Osama Nasr.
Immediately after replacing Feinstein as the new Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman, Sen. Richard Burr sent a letter to the White House and several other federal agencies in January 2015 demanding they return every copy of the Senate’s full 6,700-page torture report. While ignoring the Burr’s ultimatum to return the classified document, no federal employee appears to have the courage to share the historical document with the American people.
Ordered to preserve the document while not reading it, the CIA inspector general’s office instead uploaded the file onto its internal classified computer system before destroying the disk and “mistakenly” deleting their only copy of the file. On Friday, Feinstein wrote a letter asking CIA Director Brennan to give the inspector general’s office a new copy of the Senate Torture Report.
“Your prompt response will allay my concern that this was more than an ‘accident,’” Feinstein wrote. “The CIA IG should have a copy of the full Study because the report includes extensive information directly related to the IG’s ongoing oversight of the CIA.”
While declining to comment on Feinstein’s letter, Dean Boyd, the CIA’s chief of public affairs, recently told Yahoo News, “I can assure you that the CIA has retained a copy.”
Given the Agency’s history of deception and Brennan’s refusal to provide the inspector general’s office with another copy, the CIA once again appears to be operating without any oversight or accountability. Although the IG is responsible for independent oversight of the CIA, the IG actually reports to the Director of the CIA, according to the Agency’s website.
With the exception of former CIA contractor David Passaro, who beat a detainee to death with a metal flashlight, no CIA officer has yet been charged with committing torture, murder, or destruction of evidence. No charges are expected from the so-called Justice Department.
Source: The Free Thought Project
This article was quoted from CIA “Accidentally” Deleted and Destroyed Its Only Copy of Senate Torture Investigation — The True News
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday Soviet revolutionary Vladimir Lenin and his flow of thought led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — During a meeting of the Presidential Council for Science and Education in the Kremlin, one of the participants quoted a work by Russian writer Boris Pasternak, analyzing Lenin’s revolution and his ability to manage his flow of thought.
“Controlling the flow of thought is the right thing, but it is necessary that this thought led to correct results, not like in the case of Vladimir Iliyich [Lenin]. Because this thought in the end led to the collapse of the Soviet Union…There were many thoughts, autonomization and so on. They put a nuclear bomb under the building which is called Russia, and it exploded. We did not need a world revolution. That’s what the thought was,” Putin said at the meeting.
This is also second honest explanation at this week after Israel Defense Minister. Thank you Vladimir Putin for you showed to the world clearly what you think about the Soviet revolution!
…These are observers whose mindset is stuck in models of the past. They may have in mind WW II, a declared war, battles, victory, negotiations, treaties, and reconstruction. Say, Europe and the Marshall Plan or Japan. They may be thinking of a world order ruled by international law, Geneva Conventions, the United Nations, and of America as safeguarding this order…
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New world order, new cold war through web… http://map.ipviking.com/
right now 3487 Chinese attack, 3001 US
Last update 1 hour later
Right now, 12,874 Chinese attack, 10,302 US attack and the others. This doens’t seem like an usual ddos attack.
Two and half hours later: 18,003 Chinese attack, 13,500 US attack and the others.
I gave up to look after this above attack numbers. And then, when I opened this web page, after 2,5 hours again, the attack numbers increased to 18,000 as you can see. So, in every 2,5 or 3 hours about 18,000 cyber attacks happening to US from China. US cyber attacks are about 13,000 in return for these. I didn’t account the other countries. The considerable ones can be seen the list.
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I’ve learned something about this issue today. And some questions came in my mind. I would want to share.
1- Those attacks increased after the Sony- North Korea problems.
2- Some internet security firms want to make a deal with the some governments’ security departments. Due to this reason, they can show their skills like this web page owner.
3- On this maps, only unknown location owner may be real hacker(one of my earthling friends told me) Here his explanation: Because if someone makes the real internet hacking, his/her ip numbers shouldn’t be traced. Or mostly, maybe some of them uses the open-ended ports, when the ports owner couldn’t know this.
And my questions-
1- I can understand little bit the others countries attacks to US. But, there are a lot of attack origins inside to US against US. Why they want to attack to own country servers?
2- Most attack target (80%)in the United States, location are Saint Louise,Mo and Kirksville. Why are they becoming the target especially?
Anyway, the other side, today, when I told about this issue with one of my Turkish friend, he made me laugh too much with his words. Our conversation as follows.
My firend: If the cyber wars started, as we are Turks, we should stand by Germans.
My firend: If they will lose this war, we will lose the war by default.
My friend: After Great War, Germans lost the war, and we lost by default. History repeats itself. With this reason we have to support them.
I’ve laughed a lot:))
I was wondering, what the world leaders make at the G8 meeting 🙂 Putin threw some light on this subject.
Putin said in the interview with TASS news agency. He argued that Russia “simply does not need to compete with the West” and should “peacefully carry out its agenda”. But at the same time, Putin said that he was not bothered by being personally isolated by world leaders after he faced a hostile reception at the G20 summit in Brisbane over Russia’s actions in Ukraine and left early.
Putin said he was not interested in the opportunity “to slap each other on the shoulder, call each other friends, go on visits to each other and go to the G8” if world leaders did not take Russia’s position into account. “I didn’t become president of a country to satisfy my personal ambitions. It’s absolutely no use to me, if they neglect Russia’s interests. That means then we won’t go to visit them, but meet at other forums, in a business-like atmosphere,” Putin said.