samedi 15 juin 2013

Les médias juifs désignent Obama comme bouc émissaire du scandale d'écoute électronique par la NSA, pour faire pression sur lui et son administration afin que l'option militaire soit envisagée dès maintenant en Syrie et en Iran

Et hypocritement, qui plus est, puisque c'est Israël qui est derrière ce programme d'écoute électronique de la NSA... Et cela dure depuis des décennies (voir Inslaw, Verint), bien avant que Obama devienne président.

Il apparaît évident que les médias ont décidé que cette nouvelle allait sortir au grand jour, alors qu'ils se sont tus pendant toutes ces années..


U.S. should be the world’s policeman
When there is no effective alternative, democratic countries have an ethical and humanitarian duty to threaten to use military force and, if there is no other option, to actually use it.
HAARETZ By | Sep. 23, 2013 | 6:08 AM | 15
The United States should not be the world's policeman, or so U.S. President Barack Obama argued in his address to the nation on September 10, in which he explained his position on military intervention in the Syrian civil war. The president is wrong. In light of the history and doctrine of the use of force and military intervention, the United States, along with other enlightened democracies in possession of military might, should and must be the world's policeman.
The horrors of World War II taught us certain lessons. One led to the formation of the United Nations, for the purpose of preserving world peace and creating a mechanism for dialogue among states. Another resulted in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which eventually gave rise to binding international treaties meant to protect human rights. But some questions remain: Do the lofty goals that inspired the establishment of the United Nations mean that the international community has a duty to intervene and raise the alarm in the event of the commission of war crimes or the use of weapons of mass destruction? (...)
It is legitimate to question whether intervention might lead to international escalation. Nevertheless, isolationism in cases where intervention is a moral necessity is supposed to be a thing of the past, of a time when states did not want to get bogged down in distant countries even in the event of war crimes. If this attitude becomes prevalent once again, it will be to the detriment of the entire world. It goes without saying that diplomacy, itself a form of intervention, is preferable as long as it is effective and not a kind of Munich Pact, as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry noted in reference to Syria.
At the end of the day, America, together with other strong democratic countries, is indeed supposed to be the world's policeman - insofar as it is acting on behalf of the fundamental principles on which the United Nations was founded, even when political exigencies preclude obtaining UN approval. When there is no effective alternative or pressure must be exerted to kick-start diplomacy, democratic countries have an ethical and humanitarian duty to threaten to use military force and, if there is no other option, to actually use it. Proportionally, of course, but also effectively, in compliance with the two leading criteria of military law.
The writer is a former legal adviser to the Defense Ministry.

The Ugly Truth Broadcast June 15, 2013

Tonight–the latest ‘Obama is spying on Americans’ scandal as an Israeli operation meant to pressure a reluctant and recalcitrant American president into moving forward with the next phase of Eretz Israel–the destruction of Syria. 2nd hour–continued reading of USS LIBERTY survivor Phil Tourney’s book ‘What I Saw That Day’.


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Editor Roundtable AFP Radio Network’s Editor’s Roundtable 
June 27, 2013   AFP
Check out the latest AMERICAN FREE PRESS Radio Network’s Editor’s Rountable broadcast where AFP’s  editors and reporters discuss the week’s top stories.  Catch last week’s show where Chris Petherick, Michael Collins Piper, Victor Thorn, Pete Papaherakles and Dave Gahary discuss the paper’s top stories, including a lively discussion on Alex Jones, starting at 57:25 
Live and archived shows are available here.

TUT Broadcast July 1, 2013

On the eve of America’s Independence Day, we recall that it was the alliance with the French that led to the defeat of the British, underscoring the similar need on the part of all people of good will, irrespective of race or color, to align themselves against their common enemy today.
Also–the reaction on the part of organized Jewish interests to Putin’s recent statement concerning the Jewish character of Bolshevism in the early days.
Also–the Snowden leaks and how they are being used by the Jews against Obama and to aggravate tensions with Russia.
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TUT Broadcast July 3, 2013


Michael Collins Piper joins the program to discuss the recent NSA spying ‘revelations’ and how this is an Israeli operation aimed at pressuring Obama into launching military actions against Syria, Iran and Russia.

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Why real whistleblowers can no longer exist --- This NSA-whistleblower-government-spying scandal is hard for many to digest. On one level, I am an idealist too. I would like to believe that a lone whistleblower can pull a fast one on the NSA/CIA/Mossad axis. But I know that it cannot be. People find it hugely difficult to accept that the world is now so unrelentingly corrupt that the true extent of this corruption cannot be exposed and overturned by any whistleblowing.

Venerable leftist weekly demands president’s impeachment over mass surveillance

VIDEO - Mark Glenn: Snowden’s Leaks are ‘Political Atomic Bomb’ for Obama

NSA Blackmailing Obama? | Interview with Whistleblower Russ Tice
ed note–pay attention to the discussion that begins at the 9 minute mark, underscoring what we have said here from the beginning–THE SNOWDEN CASE IS NOTHING NEW–so WHY NOW has the JMSM decided to push this big time?

The ‘Guardian’ would never print something this sensitive without U.S. approval, which means also U.K. approval.      NSA leaker: are there serious cracks in Ed Snowden’s story?

Matrix: Who is Edward Snowden?
By Jon Rappoport
July 8, 2013
This article is a compilation of a number of pieces I’ve written about Ed Snowden and the NSA. It doesn’t replace them, but it hits the high points…
Let’s begin here: If you absolutely must have a hero, watch Superman movies.
If your need for a hero is so great, so cloying, so heavy, so juicy that it swamps your curiosity, don’t read this.
If you can’t separate Snowden’s minor revelations from the question of who he is, if you can’t entertain the notion that covert ops and intelligence-agency games are reeking with cover stories, false trails, and limited hangouts, you need more fun in your life.
NSA? CIA? These guys live for high-level bullshit. They get down on their knees and worship it. They fall into a suicidal funk if they aren’t lying on at least three or four levels at once.
Okay. Let’s look at Snowden’s brief history as reported by The Guardian. Are there any holes?
Is the Pope Catholic?... (read the rest)

FLASHBACK 2008:  Is Israel's booming high-tech industry a branch of the Mossad?
Author of 'The Shadow Factory: The Ultra-Secret NSA from 9/11 to the Eavesdropping on America' says the NSA thinks so.

FLASHBACK 2013: NSA shares raw intelligence including Americans' data with Israel

Lest We Forget–Companies With Ties to Israel Wiretap the U.S. for the NSA

ed note–remember as we go through all the media induced convulsions over ‘Obama’s spying program’ that it was ISRAEL that was primarily involved with this.

NOW, a mere few days after this story ‘broke’ (despite being old news as far back as 9/11) suddenly the US government has ‘decided’ that Syria–the country Israel is screeching for the United States and NATO to invade and destroy–used chemical weapons against its citizens, thus crossing the ‘red line’ which Obama set months ago.
‘By Way of deception, thou shalt do war…’

PRISM for your Mind: NSA, WikiLeaks and Israel

prism (przm) n.

1. A solid figure whose bases or ends have the same size and shape and are parallel to one another, and each of whose sides is a parallelogram.
2. A transparent body of this form, often of glass and usually with triangular ends, used for separating white light passed through it into a spectrum or for reflecting beams of light.
3. A cut-glass object, such as a pendant of a chandelier.
4. A crystal form consisting of three or more similar faces parallel to a single axis.
5. A medium that misrepresents whatever is seen through it.


prism noun ˈpri-zəm


4. a medium that distorts, slants, or colors whatever is viewed through it
The ongoing 'NSA surveillance scandal' has many parallels, and some direct links, with the disclosures made by WikiLeaks, the organisation its leader Julian Assange described as the "the intelligence agency of the people".

While we took satisfaction in seeing government and corporate crimes come back to haunt their perpetrators, remained cautious about lauding Assange or the WikiLeaks organisation as heroic. What did any of the 'Iraq War Logs' or U.S. State Department 'diplomatic cables' reveal that was not already publicly available information? Obviously some details were new, but they didn't change the fact that the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq was illegal under international law and that everyone involved had either committed or were ancillary to war crimes. Nor did anything so damaging come out to bring the perpetrators to justice or to catalyse real political change that would actually improve ordinary people's welfare.

Things, as you may have noticed in recent years, have only gotten worse for the masses.

So is Edward Snowden, the U.S. National Security Agency whistleblower currently 'on the run' after disclosing 'top secret documents' to major media outlets, a hero or traitor? Is he neither? We discussed this and more in last Sunday's SOTT Talk Radio show on the NSA leaks. Have a listen:

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PRISM pour votre esprit : NSA, WikiLeaks et Israël 
Traduction SOTT
Prisme : [przm] - nom

1. Une figure solide dont les bases ou les extrémités ont les mêmes taille et forme et sont parallèles, et chacun de ces côtés est un parallélogramme.

2. Un corps transparent de cette forme, souvent fait de verre et généralement avec des extrémités triangulaires, utilisé pour séparer la lumière blanche qui passe à travers le spectre ou pour refléter des faisceaux de lumière.

3. Un objet de verre coupé, comme un pendentif ou un chandelier.

4. Une forme de cristal qui consiste en trois faces parallèles à un seul axe ou plus.

5. Un médium qui déforme tout ce qui est vu à travers.


Prisme : [pri-zəm] - nom


4. Un médium qui déforme, biaise, ou colore tout ce qui est vu à travers.
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Le « scandale de la surveillance de la NSA » en cours a plusieurs parallèles, et quelques liens directs, avec les révélations faites par Wikileaks, l'organisation que son leader Julian Assange a décrit comme « l'agence de renseignement du peuple ».

Bien que nous ayons été satisfaits de voir les crimes gouvernementaux et corporatifs revenir hanter leurs auteurs, est resté prudent pour ce qui est de qualifier Assange ou Wikileaks d'héroïque. Qu'est-ce que les « Journaux de la guerre d'Iraq » ou les « câbles diplomatiques » du Département d'État américain ont révélé qui n'était pas de l'information déjà disponible au public ? Évidemment, quelques détails étaient nouveaux, mais ils n'ont pas changé le fait que l'invasion et l'occupation américaine de l'Irak étaient illégales selon la loi internationale et que tous ceux qui ont été impliqués ont soit commis ou ont été impliqués dans des crimes de guerre. Il n'y a rien eu non plus qui soit sorti qui était assez nuisible pour traduire leurs auteurs en justice ou pour catalyser de vrais changements politiques qui pourraient réellement améliorer le bien-être du peuple.

Les choses, comme vous l'avez peut-être constaté ces dernières années, n'ont en fait qu'empiré pour les masses.

Israeli high-tech firms Verint and Narus have had connections with U.S. companies and Israeli intelligence in the past, and ties between the countries’ intelligence agencies remain strong.

Were Israeli companies Verint and Narus the ones that collected information from the U.S. communications network for the National Security Agency?
The question arises amid controversy over revelations that the NSA has been collecting the phone records of hundreds of millions of Americans every day, creating a database through which it can learn whether terror suspects have been in contact with people in the United States. It also was disclosed this week that the NSA has been gathering all Internet usage – audio, video, photographs, emails and searches – from nine major U.S. Internet providers, including Microsoft and Google, in hopes of detecting suspicious behavior that begins overseas.
According to an article in the American technology magazine “Wired” from April 2012, two Israeli companies – which the magazine describes as having close connections to the Israeli security community – conduct bugging and wiretapping for the NSA.
Verint, which took over its parent company Comverse Technology earlier this year, is responsible for tapping the communication lines of the American telephone giant Verizon, according to a past Verizon employee sited by James Bamford in Wired. Neither Verint nor Verizon commented on the matter.
Natus, which was acquired in 2010 by the American company Boeing, supplied the software and hardware used at ATT wiretapping rooms, according to whistleblower Mark Klein, who revealed the information in 2004. Klein, a past technician at ATT who filed a suit against the company for spying on its customers, revealed a “secret room” in the company’s San Fransisco office, where the NSA collected data on American citizens’ telephone calls and Internet surfing.
Klein’s claims were reinforced by former NSA employee Thomas Drake who testified that the agency uses a program produced by Narus to save the personal electrical communications of ATT customers.
Both Verint and Narus have ties to the Israeli intelligence agency and the Israel Defense Forces intelligence-gathering unit 8200. Hanan Gefen, a former commander of the 8200 unit, told Forbes magazine in 2007 that Comverse’s technology, which was formerly the parent company of Verint and merged with it this year, was directly influenced by the technology of 8200. Ori Cohen, one of the founders of Narus, told Fortune magazine in 2001 that his partners had done technology work for the Israeli intelligence.
International intel
The question of whether intelligence communities outside the United States were involved has been raised. According to The Guardian, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Britain’s intelligence agency, secretly collected intelligence information from the world’s largest Internet companies via the American program PRISM. According to a top secret document obtained by The Guardian, GCHQ had access to PRISM since 2010 and it used the information to prepare 197 intelligence reports last year. In a statement to the Guardian, GCHQ, said it “takes its obligations under the law very seriously.”
According to The Guardian, details of GCHQ’s use of PRISM are set out in a 41-page PowerPoint presentation prepared for senior NSA analysts, and describe a “snooping” operation that gave the NSA and FBI access to the systems of nine Internet giants, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo and Skype.
Given the close ties between U.S. and Israeli intelligence, the question arises as to whether Israeli intelligence, including the Mossad, was party to the secret.
Obama stands by spies
At turns defensive and defiant, U.S. President Barack Obama stood by the spy programs revealed this week.
He declared Friday that his country is “going to have to make some choices” balancing privacy and security, launching a vigorous defense of formerly secret programs that sweep up an estimated 3 billion phone calls a day and amass Internet data from U.S. providers in an attempt to thwart terror attacks.
Obama also warned that it will be harder to detect threats against the United States now that the two top-secret tools to target terrorists have been so thoroughly publicized.
“Nobody is listening to your telephone calls,” Obama assured the nation after two days of reports that many found unsettling. What the government is doing, he said, is digesting phone numbers and the durations of calls, seeking links that might “identify potential leads with respect to folks who might engage in terrorism.” If there’s a hit, he said, “if the intelligence community then actually wants to listen to a phone call, they’ve got to go back to a federal judge, just like they would in a criminal investigation.”
Tapping thwarted terror attack
While Obama said the aim of the programs is to make America safe, he offered no specifics about how the surveillance programs have done this. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., on Thursday said the phone records sweeps had thwarted a domestic terror attack, but he also didn’t offer specifics.
U.S. government sources said on Friday that the attack in question was an Islamist militant plot to bomb the New York City subway system in 2009.
Obama asserted his administration had tightened the phone records collection program since it started in the George W. Bush administration and is auditing the programs to ensure that measures to protect Americans’ privacy are heeded – part of what he called efforts to resist a mindset of “you know, `Trust me, we’re doing the right thing. We know who the bad guys are.’”
But again, he provided no details on how the program was tightened or what the audit is looking at.
Obama: 100% privacy is impossible
The furor this week has divided Congress, and led civil liberties advocates and some constitutional scholars to accuse Obama of crossing a line in the name of rooting out terror threats.
Obama, himself a constitutional lawyer, strove to calm Americans’ fears – but also remind them that Congress and the courts had signed off on the surveillance.
“I think the American people understand that there are some trade-offs involved,” Obama said when questioned by reporters at a health care event in San Jose, California.
“It’s important to recognize that you can’t have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience,” he said. “We’re going to have to make some choices as a society. And what I can say is that in evaluating these programs, they make a difference in our capacity to anticipate and prevent possible terrorist activity.”
Obama said U.S. intelligence officials are looking at phone numbers and lengths of calls – not at people’s names – and not listening in.
The two classified surveillance programs were revealed this week in newspaper reports that showed, for the first time, how deeply the National Security Agency dives into telephone and Internet data to look for security threats. The new details were first reported by The Guardian and The Washington Post, and prompted Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to take the unusual and reluctant step of acknowledging the programs’ existence.
Obama echoed intelligence experts – both inside and outside the government – who predicted that potential attackers will find other, secretive ways to communicate now that they know that their phone and Internet records may be targeted.

So apparently NSA has been listening to our conversations, and - oy vey! - Israeli companies are involved in this too. Am I surprised? Not one bit. I understand that many, who are still dangerously ignorant and believe that governments have our best interests at heart, find this "revelation" rather shocking and outrageous, but the truth is that this is far from being new. I remember how many years ago I first read about a project called Echelon.
ECHELON, according to information in the European Parliament document, "On the existence of a global system for the interception of private and commercial communications (ECHELON interception system)" was created to monitor the military and diplomatic communications of the Soviet Union and its Eastern Bloc allies during the Cold War in the early 1960s[...]

Bamford describes the system as the software controlling the collection and distribution of civilian telecommunications traffic conveyed using communication satellites, with the collection being undertaken by ground stations located in the footprint of the downlink leg.[...]

The UK/USA intelligence community was assessed by the European Parliament (EP) in 2000 to include the signals intelligence agencies of each of the member states: UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, The Netherlands.[...]
Echelon was created long before the War [of] Terror and prior to the arrival of the Internet, meaning that back then there was no need for thorough "shaping of the public opinion", no need for media to be an overt whore for the military or intelligence agencies. NSA, CIA, Mossad, MI5, etc. just did their bloody thing and didn't worry much about whistleblowers. Of course, there were always trouble-makers, but everything was manageable (various coup d'états, COINTELPRO projects, assassinations, etc... piece of cake!), not to mention using the wonderfully silver-tongued concept of "plausible deniability", which came in handy, oh so often. In any event, in the public's eyes, intelligence agencies still had an aura of mystique about them. Hey, who wouldn't want to be a secret agent or a spy?