Fifty years on, November 22nd, 1963:
Who killed JFK?
DiGenova represents Benghazi whistleblower Mark Thompson. He told WMAL that he “does not know whether [the missiles] were at the annex, but it is clear the annex was somehow involved in the distribution of those missiles.”
He claimed his information “comes from a former intelligence official who stayed in constant contact with people in the special ops and intelligence community.” He said the biggest concern right now is finding those missiles before they can be put to use. “They are worried, specifically according to these sources, about an attempt to shoot down an airliner,” he claimed.
Is this the unspoken nasty secret surrounding Benghazi and the reason the current administration thinks those four deaths mean nothing? And why they’ll do anything to cover it up and minimize it to their best extent?
Perhaps this paragraph will shed some light:
Months earlier, following then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s February 7 testimony on Capitol Hill about the Benghazi attacks, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) suggested that one of the causes behind the terrorist attack “may have been that there was a gun running operation going on in Benghazi, leaving Libya and going to Turkey and [distributing] arms to the [Syrian] rebels.”
But no one seems to care.
Which tells me one thing: never work for the federal government. Your death means nothing.
CNET has learned the FBI has developed custom “port reader” software to intercept Internet metadata in real time. And, in some cases, it wants to force Internet providers to use the software.
The U.S. government is quietly pressuring telecommunications providers to install eavesdropping technology deep inside companies’ internal networks to facilitate surveillance efforts.
FBI officials have been sparring with carriers, a process that has on occasion included threats of contempt of court, in a bid to deploy government-provided software capable of intercepting and analyzing entire communications streams. The FBI’s legal position during these discussions is that the software’s real-time interception of metadata is authorized under the Patriot Act.
Attempts by the FBI to install what it internally refers to as “port reader” software, which have not been previously disclosed, were described to CNET in interviews over the last few weeks. One former government official said the software used to be known internally as the “harvesting program.”
Carriers are “extra-cautious” and are resisting installation of the FBI’s port reader software, an industry participant in the discussions said, in part because of the privacy and security risks of unknown surveillance technology operating on an sensitive internal network.
It’s “an interception device by definition,” said the industry participant, who spoke on condition of anonymity because court proceedings are sealed. “If magistrates knew more, they would approve less.” It’s unclear whether any carriers have installed port readers, and at least one is actively opposing the installation.
Use your heads, Americans. Any source of privacy you thought you had is, essentially, gone forever — because you cannot put that genie back in the bottle.
Your cellular phone calls are monitored and stored. Your e-mails are monitored and stored. Your terrestrial calls are monitored and stored. Your movements are tracked and traced via OnStar, Sirius and other subscriptive elements in your vehicle. Newer vehicles have “black boxes” similar to those of aircraft (though not yet quite as sophisticated). Insurance companies want you to have a device similar to that of Progressive’s Snapshot installed in your car; now it’s voluntary. Soon it will be mandatory.
You are captured, thousands of times daily, on video and cameras if you live in an urban or suburban territory. Bank on it. In Russia, most vehicles themselves have dashcams. Police agencies have LPR and face recognition systems — I know that because — obviously, to those who read me — I’m a cop.
Every store, every theater, every retail outlet wants you to subscribe to and utilize “their own cards,” so that they can sift you and sort you for your information, then direct-sell you. Every keystroke on your computer can be logged, your phone can be made to listen to you and the RFID chip in your credit card can be stolen.
The more you embrace the digital world, the less privacy you have. Plain and simple. It’s why Russian intelligence agencies are going back to manual typewriters. I hope you don’t think that’s something I made up; it is not.
Disarm Americans, remove their freedoms — and in some cases sell those freedoms back to them — then disable the rest of their tawdry and outdated little niggling Bill of Rights. There’s your Utopian Leftist/Demorat Master Plan. Think: Cloward-Piven.
Some day, this is all going to explode.
This nation is on the cusp of losing itself and its Bill of Rights forever.
And when that explosion comes — well, it won’t be pretty.
From the Greta Van Susteren show on Fox:
In an appearance on Fox News’ show ‘On The Record’ with Greta Van Susteren, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) said the Obama Administration is hiding the survivors of the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Gowdy also told Greta that the administration is dispersing the survivors to locations around the country, and also changing their names.
“Stop and think what things are most calculated to get at the truth? Talk to people with first-hand knowledge. What creates the appearance and perhaps the reality of a cover-up? Not letting us talk with people who have the most amount of information, dispersing them around the country and changing their names,”
But is this information bleated on every front page of every newspaper in this great nation? On every American TV, internet and radio network?
Of course not. Because such information would damage the wondrous and stupendous Administration of Barack Hussein Obama, and create doubt in the hearts of those who would consider the Next Big Demorat for president, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
A “phony scandal,” ladies and gentlemen? Just why would you go so far out of your way to purposely cover up a so-called “phony scandal,” pray tell?
No, I will not let Benghazi die, damn me to Hell.
1. From the UKTelegraph (and not the American Media Maggots, notedly):
The circumstances of the attack are a subject of deep division in the US with some Congressional leaders pressing for a wide-ranging investigation into suspicions that the government has withheld details of its activities in the Libyan city.
The television network said that a CIA team was working in an annex near the consulate on a project to supply missiles from Libyan armouries to Syrian rebels.
Sources said that more Americans were hurt in the assault spearheaded by suspected Islamic radicals than had been previously reported. CIA chiefs were actively working to ensure the real nature of its operations in the city did not get out.
So only the losses suffered by the State Department in the city had been reported to Congress.
Does this shock and surprise? The State Department — under Hillary Clinton — lying to Congress?
From CNN’s Jake Tapper:
CNN has uncovered exclusive new information about what is allegedly happening at the CIA, in the wake of the deadly Benghazi terror attack.
Four Americans, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens, were killed in the assault by armed militants last September 11 in eastern Libya.
Sources now tell CNN dozens of people working for the CIA were on the ground that night, and that the agency is going to great lengths to make sure whatever it was doing, remains a secret.
CNN has learned the CIA is involved in what one source calls an unprecedented attempt to keep the spy agency’s Benghazi secrets from ever leaking out.
Since January, some CIA operatives involved in the agency’s missions in Libya, have been subjected to frequent, even monthly polygraph examinations, according to a source with deep inside knowledge of the agency’s workings.
The goal of the questioning, according to sources, is to find out if anyone is talking to the media or Congress.
It is being described as pure intimidation, with the threat that any unauthorized CIA employee who leaks information could face the end of his or her career.
So: more clandestine gun-running on behalf of the loving, understanding, kinder, gentler, more sensitive and certainly more transparent Obama Administration?
Facts in evidence.
And no, I’m not dropping the topic.