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FISA Advocates Worry Spying on Americans May Become More Difficult

Reading Time: &; 1 minute Whenever the curtain is pulled back on how the FISA process works, as it was in the recent DOJ inspector general’s report, Americans are appalled. Yet anti-privacy advocates are worried that spying on US citizens may only become easier in the future.

Sibel Edmonds Presents: Gulen & Concocting the Flynn Scandal: A Clinton-CIA-FBI Conspiracy

Today, for the first time, I am opening to the public my previously Newsbud-Exclusive report on Concocting the Flynn Scandal. Why? With the coming sentencing trial in General Flynn’s case, scheduled for December 18, 2019, this is one more attempt to alert the public and bring attention to this conspiracy… casting a dark stain over [&;]

My Whistleblowing Journey- What Would I Have Done Differently?

A few days ago USA Today published a piece titled “The Most Notable Whistleblowers in American Politics”, listing a dozen major government whistleblowers in U.S. history. Being included in that list made me think- really think. In this episode I discuss what I would have done differently as a whistleblower and why. In addition to [&;]

Even the US Army Warned of Violence at the Joker Premiere But So Far, So Good

For weeks the internet has been awash with claims, rumours, scuttlebutt and hearsay about some kind of shooting at the premiere of the new Joker movie.  Even the US Army sent out a memo saying they'd received a 'credible threat

Whistleblowers, Media & Leaks: Information Age or Censorship Era?

A few macro points on government whistleblowers, leaks and the media. If the media, journalists, did what they are supposed to be doing, would there be any need for channels such as Wikileaks? But the media, and almost all coopted alternative media with a large reach, have been doing the exact opposite- Here’s how. The [&;]

Snowden PR Stunt 2.0- Real vs. Fake vs. “Expired” Whistleblowers

In this video I briefly discuss Edward Snowden’s new book, the facts governing publishing books when it comes to government intel whistleblowers, government intelligence agencies’ Prepublication Review and Authorization process, and provide you with a broad overview of three types of Government Whistleblowers. The Lone Gladio Paperback The Lone Gladio e-Book Classified Woman Paperback Classified [&;]

RFK’s Killer, Derrick Hangout, Antiwar Wins – New World Next Week

This week on the New World Next Week: RFK Jr. names his dad's killer; the MSM reports on MKULTRA and Fort Detrick...finally; and a court says the FBI must destroy its memos on antiwar.com.

Interview 1480 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2019-07-11%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: RFK Jr. names his dad's killer; the MSM reports on MKULTRA and Fort Detrick...finally; and a court says the FBI must destroy its memos on antiwar.com.

ClandesTime 193 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Aukai Collins

In 1998 the CIA got an opportunity to infiltrate one of their spies into the Al Qaeda camps in Afghanistan, but turned it down. This week, I examine the autobiography of that spy – Aukai Collins, an American jihadi who became a deep cover agent for the FBI and CIA.

ClandesTime 187 – When Entertainment Liaison Offices Go Bad

The relationship between government liaison offices and the entertainment industry usually works well, resulting in added production value for the industry’s products and the furtherance of the government’s agendas. But sometimes things go wrong.

The FBI and DEA Spy on Hollywood Producers

The relationship between intelligence agencies and the entertainment industry is complex and multi-faceted.  Angles include the influence of the agencies on their own public image, the influence of entertainment on the agencies, and intelligence-gathering by those agencies on the culture industry.

James Baker’s FBI Redemption Tour

Reading Time: 7 minutesFormer FBI general counsel James Baker said he is “tremendously worried” about Russian attempts to disrupt the 2020 election, adding that “our systems are highly vulnerable” to such interference. Baker argued that the diverse and “not well-connected” 8,800 jurisdictions “that conduct voting every presidential election [are] a lot of attack surface for the bad guys to go after.”

‘The Script was Entertaining but very Sophmorish’ – FBI Deputy Director on The X-Files

In 1998 retired FBI deputy director Cartha DeLoach was asked by the producers of The X-Files to review the script for an episode of the show that was set in the 1950s.  The FBI recently released DeLoach's response to the producers, where he branded t

Watergate, the Mark Felt Biopic and the FBI

In my latest article for Shadowproof I examine the FBI's role in the Mark Felt biopic Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House.  Using documents obtained under FOIA and an interview with Ed Gray, the son of FBI acting director Pat Gray (who is depicted in Mark Felt) I

Le FBI a failli faire un coup d’état. Par John Kiriakou

Source : , 16-02-2019 Le 16 février 2019 Andrew McCabe, un haut fonctionnaire du bureau, en a fourni la preuve alarmante dans une interview de « 60 minutes », écrit John Kiriakou.

‘All Assistance is Provided at No Cost to You’ – FBI Letter to Martin Scorcese

In late 2009 the FBI got wind of the fact that Martin Scorcese was developing The Wolf of Wall Street, about stock fraudster turned federal cooperator Jordan Belfort.  So the Bureau's Michael Kortan wrote to Scorcese to offer their help and supp

The Lone Gladio- A Fiction to Tell the Truth: Operation Gladio B

During times of deceit and censorship, fiction becomes one of very few effective ways to expose the truth and illuminate real dark places. Here’s how and why my second book, “The Lone Gladio”, came to life: as a book- posing as fiction. If you haven’t read “The Lone Gladio”, I strongly encourage you to pick [&;]

ClandesTime 173 – Public Enemies

Public Enemies is a 2009 historical drama/thriller film that tells the story of the Bureau of Investigation’s manhunt for Public Enemy Number One John Dillinger. In this episode I examine the film, the politics of crime and the romanticising of criminals.

How and Why the FBI Rewrite Hollywood Movies

Just like other government agencies the FBI are deeply involved in the entertainment industry, collaborating with film andTV producers to polish the Bureau’s public imageand project their messaging into the minds of moviegoers.

FBI Apparently Had No Problem with ‘Deep State’ Storyline in Shooter

Compared to the DOD, the US intelligence agencies support a more politically diverse range of movies, from the hi-tech surveillance thriller Enemy of the State to torture porn like Zero Dark Thirty and Unthinkable.  One such controversial movie was Shooter, which depicts a deep state element framing a Vietnam veteran fo

Stars of CBS’ FBI Admit They are Making Propaganda for the FBI

Missy Peregrym and Zeeko Zaki, two of the stars of the CBS drama FBI were asked about the government shutdown this week, and responded with a statement that sounds like it was written by the FBI's Investigative Publicity and Public Affairs Unit.

How Does Cinema War Propaganda Really Work?

In our latest article, Matt and I reflect on two of the most common claims made about National Security Cinema, namely 1) That the government is really important in making movies more militaristic and 2) That Hollywood doesn’t produce dissenting films.

ClandesTime 163 – Nazis in Hollywood

Nazis make the perfect Hollywood villains – instantly recognisable, obviously deplorable and easy to recreate. So why were there no anti-Nazi films until 1939, on the eve of World War 2?

ClandesTime 162 – The Spook Who Sat by the Door

The Spook Who Sat by the Door tells the story of the first African-American to be recruited by the CIA. After becoming disillusioned with the Agency he quits and sets up a black power guerilla army that wages urban war across the United States.

FBI Say They Cannot Find Their File on Radical Author Sam Greenlee

Sam Greenlee is perhaps most famous for writing the novel The Spook Who Sat By the Door, which was adapted into a film in the 1970s.  Greenlee believed that the CIA and FBI suppressed the film because it portrayed them in such a bad light, and promoted b

Does the CIA use Hollywood Movies as Training Films?

In September 1977 the renowned Hollywood gossip columnist Rona Barrett appeared on Good Morning America to talk about spy films. Sat alongside her was CIA director Stansfield Turner, who commented that Hollywood movies would make poor training films for CIA spies.

Revealed! Obama And The FBI Worked With A Russian Oligarch

In this video, Jason Bermas of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Obama, the FBI, Robert Mueller and their relationship to a prominent Russian oligarch. It appears that in 2009, the FBI worked with oligarch Oleg V Deripaska, in an attempt to free a former member of the FBI and CIA asset. Watch the entire video to see exactly what has been revealed to the public.

CIA: Where Are Our Passes to Disney’s Magic Kingdom Club? - Spy Culture

The story of the relationship between Disney and the various branches and agencies of the US government is long and complex.  A recently uncovered memo adds one more episode to the relationship between Disney and the CIA, and revolves around a question that was critical for national security: How would