Posts filed under “War/Defense”

The Origins of ISIS’s Recruits


Source: New York Times

Category: Digital Media, Politics, Really, really bad calls, War/Defense

Time to End the Embargo of Cuba

U.S. policies toward Cuba are anachronistic and perplexing. The embargo is a Cold War relic that has long ago stopped serving its intended purpose. It was adopted after the now-defunct Soviet Union tried to establish nuclear bases on the island, bringing the two superpowers to the verge of nuclear war. But what purpose does the…Read More

Category: Really, really bad calls, War/Defense

Movement to Declassify 9/11 Information Gathers Momentum

9/11 Commission Chairs, Congressmen and Intelligence Officers All Call for Declassification The 9/11 Commission Co-Chairs – Lee Hamilton and Thomas Kean – have called for the 28-page section of the 9/11 Commission Report which is classified to be declassified. Kean said that 60-70% of what was classified shouldn’t have been classified in the first place: Congressman Thomas…Read More

Category: Legal, Politics, War/Defense

3 Congressmen Call for Release of Secret 9/11 Documents After Reading Them

All of the Chairs of the 9/11 Commission and the Congressional Investigation Into 9/11 Say It’s “Implausible” that the 9/11 Hijackers Acted Without Government Backing Congressman Thomas Massie read the 28 classified pages of the Joint Intelligence Committee Inquiry into 9/11 (the joint Senate and House investigation into 9/11) and immediately called for them to be released to…Read More

Category: Politics, Think Tank, War/Defense

Data Breaches in the U.S.

Source:Bloomberg

Category: Digital Media, War/Defense, Web/Tech

U.S. & Allies: Many Contacts with Bin Laden + Hijackers Pre 9/11

The U.S. and Its Allies Had Contact with Bin Laden and the 9/11 Hijackers Many Times Before 9/11, Including a Direct Contact with Bin Laden by an FBI Resource In 1993 The report that the FBI had a human resource in direct contact with Bin Laden in 1993 – and covered it up and hid…Read More

Category: Think Tank, War/Defense

Mass Surveillance Violates U.S. Law

UN High Commissioner: Mass Surveillance Violates International Law … and Snowden Should NOT Be Prosecuted Despite the fancy footwork of government lawyers, mass surveillance undoubtedly violates the U.S. Constitution.   See this, this and this. After all: Mass spying by the NSA violates our freedom of association It violates our Fourth Amendment right against unreasonable search…Read More

Category: Think Tank, War/Defense

China’s territorial disputes

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Category: Video, War/Defense

Source: Vulgar Trader

Category: Legal, Politics, Really, really bad calls, War/Defense

SYRAQ

Source: Business Insider

Category: Digital Media, War/Defense