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Oh the company we keep!
« on: 2008-10-27 15:39:06 »
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@Bin Laden sez OMG! Jihad!

Source: Antiwar
Authors: Angela Keaton
Dated: 2008-10-26

Hold on to your MP3 players and Palm Pilots. The tragically hip in US Army intelligence have discovered the popular micro-blogging service Twitter. The crux of the draft by the 304th Military Intelligence Battalion is that terrorists could make use of the 140 character one liners normally reserved for teenage girls announcing breakups, exhibitionist bloggers titillating fans (e.g., "I'm blogging naked",) and unironic reviews of the mundane. "Yum….macaroni and cheese is delicious."

The report ominously warns that "Twitter has also become a social activism tool for socialists, human rights groups, communists, vegetarians, anarchists, religious communities, atheists, political enthusiasts, hacktivists and others to communicate with each other and to send messages to broader audiences…"

There is really no end of possibilities now that the I-Pod nano rocks in nine amazing colors. Prescient trend watchers might also note that bus systems, fast food and strip clubs can also be utilized by terrorists. The only possible use of such obvious and pointless breakthroughs in "intelligence" is to make the case to the dim and frightened that if terrorists might be using some common and day-to-day element of normal human life, then that common and day-to-day element of human life needs close surveillance and containment by the feds.
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OMG!!! Hermit,STFU!!! You fucking conspiracy monger, you! ROFLMFAO . . . PIMP.... hahaha!

Dude, you are the shit!! My Man! Darwin and Hypatia would both be proud.




P.S. give the black helicopters my love as well! yah damn terrorist
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« Reply #2 on: 2008-11-20 22:15:06 »
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Lampooning aside, albeit well done I agree; it would seem the 'Third Man' theme is alive and well if not in Vienna then still in the old East block lands as they remain pawns unnoticed, overshadowed by the BinLadenoidizations inculcated in global culture.
I'm suspecting a slight of hand is being played as for example the Ukraine bargains away its future dreams for just another winter of Natural Gas from the reforming USSR and the West keeps busting open the kids piggy banks looking maliciously for the coins that will save the decline into financial oblivion, not paying attention to what I feel is still a malevolent tribe in Russia, spurred on by ghosts living and dead, still not satiated with their decades upon decades long body count ... or maybe I've read to much John Le Carre.



Source: JTW News
Author: Ria Novosti
Date: Thursday , 13 November 2008

Estonian official charged with treason was ex-KGB agent - paper

TALLINN, November 13 (RIA Novosti) - A former high-ranking official at the Estonian Defense Ministry, who has been charged with high treason, was a Russian "sleeper" agent, an influential Estonian newspaper said on Thursday.

Hermann Simm, 61, was arrested on September 21 along with his wife Heete Simm on suspicion of illegal collecting and communication of classified information for Russia.

The Postimees newspaper said the former chief of the Estonian Defense Ministry's security department had already confessed, and gave a detailed account of his illegal activities, which included passing secret documents on the EU, NATO and Estonia to the GRU, the Russian military intelligence service.

According to the paper, Simm told investigators that he was recruited by the KGB back in the Soviet era and was approached by GRU operatives in mid-1990s with threats to be exposed as a KGB agent if he refused to continue working for Russia.

Investigators believe, however, that his main motivation in spying for Russia for almost a decade was greed and power hunger, the paper said.

Simm previously held various positions at Estonia's Interior Ministry and Police Board, including as director general of the board when he started work for the Defense Ministry in 1995 as head of the defense policy department's information analysis office.

In 2001 he was appointed head of the newly formed state secret protection department. As head of the Defense Ministry Security Department, Simm was tasked with coordinating the protection of state secrets.

The department is also responsible for issuing access to classified information and handling data from international organizations, including NATO, the European Union and Estonia's other defense partners.

A former Estonian high-ranking police official told Postimees that Simm could have been recruited by the KGB when he was caught doing illegal business while studying in Moscow in the 1980s.

"I was told that it happened in Moscow, when Simm studied at the Police Academy and was caught selling contraband goods brought from Estonia," the paper quoted the official as saying.

On November 6, the Estonian State Prosecutor's office released an investigative report, which said that Simm's handler may have been an officer of Russia's Foreign Intelligence Service who had been using the false identity of an EU citizen.

No Russian diplomats have been expelled from Estonia in the wake of the first major spy row with Moscow since the restoration of Estonia's independence in 1991.

November 13, 2008
Ria Novosti
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