The Intelligence Community’s New Face

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    Back at the height of the Cold War, long years before personal computers were invented, I knew one thing above everything else: Never let Democrats come anywhere near an intelligence agency. Today, Democrats control the entire intelligence community through the Director of National Intelligence. God only knows what Democrats are doing to the country in the Department of Homeland Security.

    The Director of National Intelligence serves as the head of the Intelligence Community, overseeing and directing the implementation of the National Intelligence Program and acting as the principal advisor to the President, the National Security Council, and the Homeland Security Council for intelligence matters related to national security.

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    Parenthetically, the CIA is a casualty of J. Edgar Hoover’s long-running battle against American Communists. Creating the Department of Homeland Security, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, eliminated the possibility of another Hoover keeping Democrat traitors in line. That, in turn, diminished the CIA’s ability to defend this country in foreign lands whenever the CIA sets operations in motion to protect the country might interfere with Democrat foreign policies. Put it this way. If Democrats had control during the Cold War everyone would be speaking Russian today.

    If any responsible people are left in Washington they should at least try to shut down the Department of Homeland Security, and eliminate the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Both are as useless as tits on a female impersonator. After all, they were created because the attacks on 9-11-2001 were blamed on the intelligence community. The truth is that the blame:

    . . . belongs on the Clintons; notably Jamie Gorelick’s infamous memo:

    The Wall Nobody Talks About

    In September of last year I said this in a message:

    At no time in history did this country ever need an unbeatable military, and an intelligence community loyal to this country —— not loyal to the New World Order. Shutting down the United States Department of Home Security would be good start. Placing all of those agencies under one umbrella was a big mistake. As I said at the time, placing all of that control will end up in the hands of the wrong president. Taqiyya the Liar confirmed my prediction.

    A One-Two Punch Cabinet

    The grip Democrat traitors have on the intelligence community is tightening as these excerpts from today’s article by Jed Babbin show:

    The latest revelations about Hillary Clinton’s misuse of an unsecured private email system to communicate top secret information appear to lead possible criminal complicity in some intelligence agencies that had to know of her conduct.

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    We also found out that President Obama, contrary to his false statement last March that he only found out about Hillary’s use of that system from recent news reports, actually emailed Hillary at her “clintonmail.com” address at least eighteen times.

    Those emails, of course, won’t be released. But the non-release pales to insignificance because of one overwhelmingly important fact: if the president knew that Hillary was using a private, non-governmental email system, so must have the intelligence agencies that were communicating secret information with her and her top staff.

    How could the CIA, NSA, DIA, and the other thirteen intelligence agencies we collectively call the “intelligence community” not know that Clinton was using a private, non-government email system?


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    . . . they had an immediate duty to investigate and object to her using it. Such objections would have had to be resolved by Obama. There’s nothing to indicate any of the sixteen agencies ever objected, nor did the president.

    Those facts could spread Hillary’s obvious criminality with a broad brush. If none of the intelligence agencies objected, and none sought to terminate her use of the unsecured system for communicating top secret — even compartmented information such as Special Access Programs — these agencies and their leaders are as culpable as Clinton and the president.

    The intelligence community has had an inspector general but like other elements of law enforcement, he acts on complaints of possible illegality. Apparently there were none.

    Hillary’s Email Scandal Envelops the Intelligence Agencies
    Her criminal behavior a secretary of state had its enablers.
    By Jed Babbin – 2.1.16


    Hillary’s Email Scandal Envelops the Intelligence Agencies

    This is the new face of America’s intelligence community.

    You will never see Hillary Clinton, or any United Nations-loving Democrat heading an intelligence agency, being punished for the same crime CIA Director David Pretraeus was punished for. Had he been a longstanding loyal Democrat with impeccable liberal credentials instead of a hero who won the war in Iraq the public never would have heard about his misstep. Frankly, I firmly believe General Pretraeus was punished for wining a war Democrats did not want to win. Events in the Middle East support my contention. General Pretraeus’ success in Iraq forced the Chicago sewer rat to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory.

    Finally, INTERPOL became an official intelligence gathering agency within our “intelligence community” when Taqiyya the Liar signed Executive Order 13524. It can be said that EO 13524 is an ugly scar on the intelligence community’s new face. See this thread for details that should startle you:


    4. Taqiyya the Liar wasted no time giving INTERPOL diplomatic immunity:

    In December, 2009:

    The White House released an Executive Order "Amending Executive Order 12425."


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    NOTE: INTERPOL is supposed to report a crime to a membership government.

    Interpol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    INTERPOL now makes arrests. You can be sure they will making political arrests for the United Nations in this country before very long

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    The CIA hasn't been on top of any important event since WW2. Korea came as a surprise as did the Berlin Wall. JFK and his quirky brother illegally used the CIA to recruit and train a shadow invasion force to overthrow a sovereign country and then abandoned it at the Bay of Pigs. Somehow a freaking traitor was welcomed back into the U.S. and the CIA pretended it had no involvement with Lee Harvey Oswald. The CIA's mission creep went from intelligence to an active role in directing Troops on the battlefield and indications are that the CIA had a big role in screwing up the Vietnam conflict. The worse intelligence failure in the history of the Nation came on 9/11/01 and the CIA appeared clueless. How about Bill Clinton's National Security Adviser? The National Security adviser is the pinnacle of the intelligence field but Sandy Berger became a freaking thief stealing documents from the National Archives. It should have been a major story but the media ignored it and circled the wagons around the Clintons. We will never know why Berger became a common thief or what documents he stole or what happened to them because the media wasn't interested and the idiots in the intelligence community protected one of their own. The lucrative Fannie Mae (no-show) board of directors was a home for political appointees and was insurance for them to keep their mouths shut. Clinton's FBI director and the ass't A.G. who told the FBI and the CIA not to cooperate or risk arrest prior to 9-11 were members. It should be noted that Fannie collapsed under their directorship but they weren't interested in mortgages anyway.
     
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    Some people in Government and corporate America -

    1) Cannot keep a secret.

    2) Does not understand what confidential - privileged - secret and sensitive is; nor how to respect secret information.

    3) Operates well out of their comfort zone and their "span of control." Operations gets away from them, they loose control of the operations and subordinate employees.

    4) Neglects or fails subordinates and practices poor leadership. Politics and Washington come first; employees come last. A good example is the State Department employees and their promotions and chance for advancement ( a past news article I read - some employees and civil service employees ; will never advance in the State Dept.......some due to regulations.)

    5) Fail to maintain morale. Failure to maintain morale within a unit is one of the first recipes for disaster. Executive branch, all the way down to the Government worker.....even the secretary.

    6) Layoff hard working employees to save money. Supervisors create budget shortfalls, and to compensate for their recklessness; they lay off employees. The guilty ones get to keep their job - benefits - insurance - holiday pay......and other "perks".

    7) Does not encompass the whole operation in front of them. They supervise little and add the responsibility for the rest of the operation on subordinate personnel. If the operation / event...is a success, they take the credit before the "Big master". If the operation is a failure.....the blame goes to the subordinate person that authority was delegated to.

    8) Poor use of compartmentalization. Lack of communication causes a breakup within any unit.

    9) Lack of understanding and care for subordinates. "I" comes first ( supervision ).

    10) Supervisors and management lacking understanding of what goes on "In the field" - or "On the floor".



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    There simply are no secrets left. There is minor time sensitive strategic stuff such as the information Hillary's idiotic cell phone server handled which is legitimately labeled secret but the traitors in the FBI and the CIA and the State Department and God knows where else gave away the big secrets a long time ago. The ludicrous "Valerie Plame" issue illustrates that the CIA is nothing but a gigantic bureaucracy with a secret budget (and unlimited funds?) headed by political hacks. Patraeous is even alleged to have shared "secrets" with his mistress. One thing is sure that Hollywood will continue to glorify the creaking old monstrosity and no politician (including Trump) will ever have the balls to downsize it.
     

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