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Les infos dont on parle peu n°97 (13 juin 2015)

Nous mettons à votre disposition toutes les semaines quelques informations passées totalement inaperçues dans nos médias mais qui peuvent être importantes. Nos liens : Infos internationales L’OTAN conduit des exercices militaires massifs en mer Baltique Washington n’exclut pas de déployer de nouveaux missiles en Europe L’Irak au bord d’un « désastre humanitaire » Les yézidis

Des milliards de dollars pour un dirigeable de surveillance au-dessus du Maryland

Dans quelques jours, l&;armée va lancer le premier de deux énormes dirigeables au-dessus du Maryland, l&;aboutissement d&;un projet militaire de dix-huit années, estimé à 2,8 milliards de dollars, prévoyant d&

Les infos dont on parle peu n°69 (27 juillet 2014)

Nous mettons à votre disposition toutes les semaines quelques informations passées totalement inaperçues dans nos médias mais qui peuvent être importantes. &; Les infos dont on parle peu n°69 (27 juillet 2014) par agenceinfolibre Mes liens Infos internationales Bilan de l'offensive israélienne (MAJ) L'armée égyptienne bloque un convoi d'aide en route vers Gaza L'ONU lance

L'ambassadeur de France en Israël nommé à la DGSE (Renseignement français)

La DGSE est placée sous l'autorité du ministre de la Défense. Ses missions générales sont la recherche et l'exploitation de renseignements intéressant la sécurité de la France. Elle est également chargée de détecter et d'entraver, hors du territoire national, les activités d'espionnage dirigées contre les intérêts français afin d'en prévenir les conséquences.

Judge Gives American 35 Years For Plotting Mumbai Attacks | A Perfect Terrorist | FRONTLINE | PBS

Nonetheless, U.S. District Court Judge Harry Leinenweber made his distaste for Headley clear. In addition to citing the horrific nature of the three-day slaughter in Mumbai, the judge pointed out that Headley previously received two generous plea bargains when he was charged with heroin trafficking in the 1980 and 1990s. He said Headley had been spared the death penalty by the plea deal and from extradition to Denmark and India, where the lone survivor of the 10-man Mumbai attack squad was hanged last year.

Activist Post: Iran allegedly identifies and arrests Israeli terrorist cell %u2018preparing to carry out terrorist acts%u2019

The Iranian Intelligence Ministry announced that they have identified and captured a %u201Cmajor terrorist group%u201D also characterized as %u201Ca large and sophisticated Israeli terror and sabotage network%u201D after months of intelligence gathering. In the recent past there have also been reports of Israeli commandos already operating in Iran, supposedly in an attempt to uncover a smoking gun which would give the West the green light to overtly attack Iran.

YouTube - provocateurs,shills and disinfo agents

insight into how governments discredit and eliminate dissident movements special thanx to wearechangela http://www.youtube.com/user/wearechan... and wearchangeny for their NOPLANER provacteur footage.. There was not alot of usable material to be found on the internet about these topics.

OpEdNews - Article: US Govt Spy Program: Main Core, PROMIS and the Shadow Government: Part I

Main Core has received attention in two 2008 articles, one a piece by investigative journalist Christopher Ketcham entitled The Last Roundup (which also looks at Continuity of Government programs but more on that in a little while) and Tim Shorrock entitled Exposing Bush’s Historic Abuse of Power. Both articles tie Main Core to the now legendary PROMIS software, an extremely advanced program designed to aid federal prosecutors in case management tracking. PROMIS could pull and put together a wide range of data from disparate sources into a single record.

Promis

"U.S. journalist Mike Ruppert, a former Los Angeles police officer who now runs a Web site that seeks to expose CIA covert operations, said he met with RCMP investigator McDade on Aug. 3 in L.A. Ruppert said the RCMP officer was anxious to see documents he received three years ago from a shadowy Green Beret named Bill Tyre [sic] detailing the sale of rigged Promis software to Canada." - The Toronto Star, September 4, 2000.

OpEdNews - Article: US Govt Spy Program: Main Core, PROMIS and the Shadow Government: Part I

Main Core has received attention in two 2008 articles, one a piece by investigative journalist Christopher Ketcham entitled The Last Roundup (which also looks at Continuity of Government programs but more on that in a little while) and Tim Shorrock entitled Exposing Bush’s Historic Abuse of Power. Both articles tie Main Core to the now legendary PROMIS software, an extremely advanced program designed to aid federal prosecutors in case management tracking. PROMIS could pull and put together a wide range of data from disparate sources into a single record.

Promis

"U.S. journalist Mike Ruppert, a former Los Angeles police officer who now runs a Web site that seeks to expose CIA covert operations, said he met with RCMP investigator McDade on Aug. 3 in L.A. Ruppert said the RCMP officer was anxious to see documents he received three years ago from a shadowy Green Beret named Bill Tyre [sic] detailing the sale of rigged Promis software to Canada." - The Toronto Star, September 4, 2000.

Respected Danish journalist admits 'I was a Mossad agent' - 12160.org

"I traveled all over Africa under the cover of [being] a journalist," said Pundik. "In general, where is the boundary between espionage and journalism? For example, I wrote a detailed analysis of the tribes in Somalia and their attitude toward political parties, I investigated the political situation in northern Nigeria. These were things that the newspaper was also interested in."

Feds %u2018Pinged%u2019 Sprint GPS Data 8 Million Times Over a Year | Threat Level | Wired.com

Sprint Nextel provided law enforcement agencies with customer location data more than 8 million times between September 2008 and October 2009, according to a company manager who disclosed the statistic at a non-public interception and wiretapping conference in October.

Should AIPAC Decide What's Classified? - by Grant F. Smith - Antiwar.com

AIPAC could have found no better friend than Leonard to gently advise the jury to "move along, there's nothing to see here." If that occurs, America may witness the final stage in AIPAC's long-term drive to essentially declassify or classify U.S. government secrets at will – a potentially dangerous threat to the rule of law in America. If this seems a bit over-the-top, consider two prior incidents.

Solar powered spy plane breaks flight record - Telegraph

With solar panels along its 60ft wingspan, the Zephyr promises to revolutionise military intelligence. The unmanned aircraft stores power from the sun in its batteries, allowing it to continue through the night and, potentially, stay in the air for months at a time. Unlike conventional spy planes, which need regular refuelling and so make relatively short flights, it will give commanders an unbroken picture of the battlefield.