With election fever still gripping the U.S., talk of rigging or interference in the democratic process is reaching new levels, high enough that even Hollywood legend Angelina Jolie is talking about it. In an
Britain is not the enemy of terrorism – it stokes the flames of sectarianism and facilitates death squads when and where it fits in with the agenda of their foreign policy.
When Britain’s collusion with death squads across the ‘Middle East’ and Africa is mentioned it falls on deaf ears. The only time you’ll hear of Britain’s open collaboration with these forces are when they are branded ‘moderates’ or ‘rebels’ by the British media. Firstly, what do I mean by death squads? I use this term to refer to a wide range
A recent investigative report exposes ‘a pattern of criminal violence that emerged soon after the Afghan war began and was tolerated and covered up by the command’s leadership.’
WASHINGTON --- A recent investigation has revealed that someone thought to be an aid worker killed by Navy SEALs in Afghanistan was actually a spy working for MI6, the British intelligence agency. Linda Norgrove was employed at Development Alternatives Incorporated, a U.S. contractor working in Afghanistan, when she was captured by the Taliban
Agencies privately concede that ‘intrusive’ practices can invade privacy and that data is gathered on people ‘unlikely to be of interest’
作者 The Guardian
Britain’s intelligence agencies have been secretly collecting bulk personal data since the late 1990s and privately admit they have gathered information on people who are “unlikely to be of intelligence or security interest”. Disclosure of internal MI5, MI6 and
The article makes the startling claim that the huge cache of documents stolen by Snowden during his time as a contractor for the National Security Agency (NSA) has fallen into the hands of the Russian and Chinese governments and both had managed to “crack” the files, putting the lives of MI6 agents in danger.
Analysis-- Being a front page article on the Sunday Times will immediately give any story a significant level of credibility, which is why the splash story regarding Edward Snowden published on 14 June was so dangerous. The story is
Secret documents, leaked from numerous intelligence agencies, offer rare insights into the interactions between spies.
作者 Jason Ditz