Category: National Security Lies

U.S. drone kills 10 more innocent allies; Pentagon tried to cover up

Once again, U.S. military officials have been caught lying about their murders. See here. “An American drone strike thought to have struck Islamist militants in Somalia actually killed 10 members of a regional force allied with the United States, according to results of a Pentagon investigation that have not yet been made public.” Statistically, the …

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U.S. Secretary of State discussed using a ‘drone strike’ to murder reporter Julian Assange

Every tyrant, king, president, czar or prime minister has always dreamed of having omnipotent power to snuff out criticism or critical journalism. Now there is a report that Hillary Clinton, as U.S. Secretary of State, thought seriously about killing Julian Assange (founder of the website Wikilieaks, which has exposed massive government corruption) by a drone …

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U.S. “Defense Department” spent at least a half billion dollars to create fake al-queda videos

Governments worldwide have always sought to control the message. In recent years, a fake “grass roots” movement to give government more control over election ads has arisen, calling itself the “campaign finance reform” movement. This while government agencies spend hundreds of millions annually on ads, messages and propaganda (on top of all the other ways …

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The 15-Year “National Emergency”

U.S. President Obama has officially extended the national emergency that was declared after 9/11/2001: “Because the terrorist threat continues, the national emergency declared on September 14, 2001, and the powers and authorities adopted to deal with that emergency must continue in effect beyond September 14, 2016.” Few Americans are aware of how many ongoing “national …

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U.S. Military Can’t Account for $6.5 TRILLION; Millions of Lost Records

Trusters of government view the military as an indispensable protection from invasion. Some even claim the U.S. military protects Americans’ freedom. By any measure, however, Americans’ freedoms have been in decline even as military budgets have increased. For as long as human records exist, military forces have been a source of despotism, tyranny, and enslavement. …

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Attempt to overthrow Turkey’s government reportedly fails

“National security” is something of an oxymoron. The fabric of history shows that liberal societies in which common people have more freedom to innovate, invent, and create without oversight of the state tend to be the most secure societies. Paradoxically, societies that are ruled by a cult of government omnipotence tend to reel from crisis …

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Secret government documents reveal 90 percent of persons killed by U.S. drones have not been the intended targets

“Secret government documents leaked to The Intercept by a whistleblower show that, according to official figures, 90 percent of people killed in U.S. drone strikes in a five-month period in provinces on Afghanistan’s eastern border with Pakistan were not the intended targets.” See here (Salon). And here (The Intercept).

U.S. Military Contractors Post Craigslist Ad Seeking ‘Crisis Actors’ for Upcoming “Drill” has broken a story wherein a U.S. intelligence or military contractor has posted a Craigslist ad seeking “actors” for an upcoming military “exercise.” Infowars notes that the “exercise” appears to be timed to coincide with the Democratic National Convention and speculates that the military-industrial complex may seek to stage a false flag ‘terror’ attack …

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Turkish Government Arrests Free Speech Activists for ‘Supporting Terrorism’

It is an age-old claim: that dissenters and critics of government are traitors guilty of sedition. For months, the government of Turkey has been prosecuting children, reporters and even comedians who criticized the government. Now Turkish prosecutors have arrested three prominent free speech advocates. See here.

4th Circuit Court of Appeals: Government May Track Americans by Cell Phones without Warrant

Astounding blow to privacy from the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia. See here. For years the government has been arguing that any information you give up to a “3rd party” is not “private.” Thus, the government may intercept it without so much as a warrant. Although warrants are necessary for government …

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