FIVE EYES ON YOU
When you leave office why aren’t Security Clearances terminated?
BLP exposed in our “Hurricane Electric” expose and our Facial Recognition expose that the Intelligence Community (specifically the FBI) collects, exchanges, shares and disseminates private identifying information on a global platform. As aforementioned in the articles, this information is how dossiers are created for any citizen of the United States and citizens of countries that partner with the Intelligence Community through various MOUs in place for such exchanges.
During the House Oversight Committee hearing in March of 2017 they explored privacy issues concerning the use of facial recognition technology and discussed the need to put forward legislation to limit some of its use. Jason Chaffetz was very concerned by the FBI representative as a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) was not properly done before this Next Generation Identification (NGI) Interstate Photo System was deployed. The concerns raised were based on privacy issues, violation of the Privacy Act of 1974 and how to monitor access to the NGI systems the Intelligence Community has deployed since 2008.
Chaffetz grilled Ms. Del Greco, whom the FBI and DOJ sent to represent them. Del Greco refused to answer the questions posed.
Dan Coats who is now the Director of National Intelligence made concerning and alarming statements this past week in regards to privacy and information sharing in addition to mocking our President’s olive branch extension to President Vladimir Putin. This clearly indicates that he either did not know about the invitation (inferring he is not in President Trump’s close circle of trusted advisers) or that he blatantly and so unprofessionally shows his disagreement.
Specifically he said “The first recommendation I want to make is that we must improve information sharing between the government and the private sector. Only if we do this can we blend the needed information to both inform government decision-making and private sector that is dealing with cybersecurity issues.”
The FBI is responsible for policing crimes and executing investigation on a FEDERAL level. Officially, internationally, we have other Intelligence Elements that we use so how is it that the FBI software successfully helped identify Mohamed Abrini as the third suspect in the terror attack at Zaventem airport as reported by L’ Echo on April 15, 2016?
Sarah Sanders said President Trump is investigating HOW to revoke their clearances. Why is he investigating? If Comey was fired why does he still have clearance? The answer is : FIVE EYES. Five Eyes is how the Deep State operates.
“Five Eyes is a surveillance arrangement comprised of the United States’ National Security Agency (NSA), the United Kingdom’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), Canada’s Communications Security Establishment (CSEC), and New Zealand’s Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB)” as per Dailey’s article “The Intelligence Club: A Comparative Look at Five Eyes,” published in the Journal for Political Sciences and Public Affairs in June 2017.
Not a lot of people were paying attention but Hillary Clinton, James Comey (after he was fired), Barack Hussein Obama, Huma Abedin and many others traveled to New Zealand in 2017-2018. Why? It’s possible that they still hold their clearance.
In New Zealand, to access the system you have to be an Agent of a Foreign Power. Hence, the above named persons, can access the database of the Intelligence Community of the United States without being monitored freely from New Zealand. This is why their clearances have NOT been revoked which should be automatic once they resign, get fired or retire. “When I resigned from my Army Intelligence Unit after my wife had our fourth child, my TS/SCI clearance was terminated instantly as my new post did not demand it” said retired Intel Analyst for the US Army.
“ALLAHU AKBAR”: ANOTHER Muslim Terrorist Attack Shakes France, Three Dead in Stabbing Attack
Three people have died and several others were wounded following yet another Islamic terrorist attack in France, this time in the city of Nice.
Per the BBC, French authorities said an elderly victim “was virtually beheaded.” The two other deceased victims were a man and a woman.
Police shot and detained the terrorist. There aren’t too many details about him as of this writing, though it is alleged that he was a 21-year-old male of Tunisian extraction and that he was acting alone.
BREAKING: At least 3 people were killed by a stabbing attack at a church in Nice, France. One victim, a woman, was beheaded.
– Mayor described it as a terrorist attack
– Several others wounded
– Attacker was shot by police and is in custody
— AJ+ (@ajplus) October 29, 2020
Nevertheless, French authorities are not taking any chances. Thousands of troops are said to have been deployed to protect churches and schools, according to the BBC.
Big League Politics reported on the last Islamic terrorist attack in France, when an 18-year-old beheaded a teacher who showed cartoon depictions of Muhammad in his classroom:
A teenager shot dead by French police is said to have beheaded a teacher near Paris while shouting ‘Allahu Akbar.’
Officers were trying to arrest the terrorist when they shot him. He died from his injuries some time later, according to the police. His full identity has not yet been established, but he is ostensibly an 18-year-old with ties to the teacher’s school.
The terrorist allegedly hails from Russia and might be of Chechen origin per the Daily Mail:
As for the victim, he taught middle school history and had shown cartoon depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in class.
And thus diversity and multiculturalism have struck again.
An interesting backdrop to these terrorist attacks is the recent row between French president Emmanuel Macron and Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The Hindu describes it thus:
Relations between France and Turkey, two NATO members, hit a new low this month after Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched a personal attack on his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron following the latter’s call for reforming Islam. Last week, France recalled its Ambassador from Turkey, for the first time, and Ankara called for a boycott of French goods. Several other Muslim countries, including Pakistan, voiced protests against Mr. Macron.
What triggered the latest tensions?
Turkey and France have clashed over a number of geopolitical issues in recent years. The trigger for the latest clash was the French government’s support for Charlie Hebdo, the satirical magazine whose office was attacked by al-Qaeda-linked jihadists in January 2015 over its publication of a set of caricatures of Prophet Mohammed, to republish the cartoons. Ankara, under Mr. Erdogan’s Islamist Justice and Development Party, has projected itself as a defender of (selective) Muslims causes worldwide, and had slammed Mr. Macron earlier over his push to “reform” Islam in France.
This is also something to watch as Macron works to suppress radical Islamist attitudes in a country that is approximately 10 percent Muslim, almost all of it due to immigration over the past few decades.
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