by Edward Snowden edited by O Society Feb 7, 2020 There’s always a danger in letting even the most qualified person rise too far, too fast, before they’ve had enough time to get cynical and abandon their idealism. I occupied one of the most unexpectedly omniscient positions in the Intelligence Community—toward the bottom rung of … Continue reading Edward Snowden: On XKEYSCORE and LOVEINT
by Jeff Carlson edited by O Society September 12, 2019 More than 2 1/2 years after President Donald Trump assumed office, focus on actions taken during the 2016 presidential campaign starts to shift toward the CIA and its former director, John Brennan. While some observers pointed out for more than a year Brennan appears to play … Continue reading Focus in Spygate Scandal Shifts to CIA, Former Director Brennan
by Whitney Webb edited by O Society August 25, 2019 On August 10th, and for several days after, speculation swirled after it was announced that Jeffrey Epstein had been found dead in his cell. His cause of death has officially been ruled suicide by hanging. Epstein, the billionaire pedophile and sex trafficker with a myriad … Continue reading Too Big To Fail (4): Spook Air to the Lolita Express
by Edward Curtin edited by O Society August 21, 2019 When phrases such as “the deep state” and “conspiracy theory” become staples of both the corporate mainstream media and the alternative press, we know the realities behind these phrases have outlasted their usefulness for the ruling elites that control the United States and for their … Continue reading The Spectacle of Secrecy
by Ann Garrison edited by O Society August 3, 2019 Seymour Hersh is right about some of the biggest stories of our times, and he thinks the DNC email theft was an inside job. “WikiLeaks might have contributed to Clinton’s loss, but we really can’t say much more than that.” Russiagate fanatic Michael Isikoff, co-author of “Russian … Continue reading Seth Rich, Seymour Hersh, and Russian Roulette
As the role of a well-connected group of British and U.S. intelligence agents begins to emerge, new suspicions are growing about what hand they may have had in weaving the Russia-gate story by Daniel Lazare edited by O Society July 6, 2019 With the news a Cambridge academic-cum-spy named Stefan Halper infiltrated the Trump campaign, … Continue reading Spooks Spooking Themselves
Why Barr’s investigation is important and should be encouraged. by Stephen Cohen Nation edited by O Society June 4, 2019 It cannot be emphasized too often: Russiagate—allegations the American president has been compromised by the Kremlin, which may even have helped to put him in the White House—is the worst and (considering the lack of actual … Continue reading How Did Russia-gate Begin?