Putin To Ban Pokemon GO From Russia Due To Links To CIA

by Baxter Dmitry Vladimir Putin is set to ban Pokemon GO from Russia after an internal Kremlin investigation revealed the viral augmented reality smartphone game has direct links to the CIA and wider intelligence community and is being used to secretly gather data on a colossal scale.  Young people are being tricked into giving up their privacy to these intelligence agencies, according to Kremlin sources, and while playing the game they act as unwitting intelligence gatherers for the CIA. The game has an extensive list of intrusive tracking permissions, and it is these ‘fine print clauses’ that raised eyebrows in the Kremlin and sparked the ongoing investigation. The game’s creator, Niantec, is closely linked to the CIA. Niantec CEO John Hanke created Keyhole in 2001 – which was later bought by Google. Most of the money used to create Keyhole came from the National Geo-Spatial Intelligence Agency and the […] Read More

2015: The Rise of the Inhumanes

A new species have risen from the poisonous American environment of arrogance, hubris & paranoia America’s descent into totalitarian violence is accelerating. Like the Bush regime, the Obama regime has a penchant for rewarding Justice (sic) Department officials who trample all over the US Constitution. Last year America’s First Black President nominated David Barron to be a judge on the First US Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston. Barron is responsible for the Justice (sic) Department memo that gave the legal OK for Obama to murder a US citizen with a missile fired from a drone. The execution took place without charges presented to a court, trial, and conviction. The target was a religious man whose sermons were believed by the paranoid Obama regime to encourage jihadism. Apparently, it never occurred to Obama or the Justice (sic) Department that Washington’s mass murder and displacement of millions of Muslims in […] Read More

2014: A Three Minute Classroom Debate That Shines Light On The Real Truth About “Terrorism”

Prior to the events that transpired on 9/11, “terrorist” attacks were still taking place all over the globe. As a result, national security was increasing, and the fear of a terrorist attack was strong. It wasn’t until 9/11, however, that the idea of an extreme terrorist threat was activated, and a large portion of the world (especially North America) was put into fear/panic mode. The video below really puts things into perspective and reminds us of how important it is not to believe everything you hear in the mainstream media, especially when it comes to major global events like 9/11. Multiple events (like 9/11 unfortunately) have served as a tremendous tool that ‘woke up’ millions of people all over the world to what is really happening around the globe. Not everything is as it seems. In today’s world, for one who is truly interested in learning what is happening, […] Read More

1996: HAARP: VANDALISM IN THE SKY?

Published in Nexus Magazine, Volume 3, Number 1 (December ’95-January ’96) PO Box 30, Mapleton Qld 4560 Australia. email: nexus@peg.apc.org Telephone: +61 (0)74 429 280; Fax: +61 (0)74 429 381 Copyright: 1995 by Dr Nick Begich and Jeane Manning Earthpulse Press, PO Box 201393, Anchorage, Alaska 99520, USA Voice Mail: 907 249 9111 Technonet is the protest form of the 1990s-picketing on the information highways. For example, a fast-growing assortment of men and women around the world are using the Internet (started by the US military for information transfer and exchange that would never be interfered with) to draw attention to a questionable military project in Alaska. Now these Internetting, e-mailing, faxing folks are blowing holes in the US Department of Defense secrecy wall by using the government’s own system. The printed-word part of the protest started when Dennis Specht, an anti-nuclear activist then living in Alaska, sent a […] Read More

2005: Former CIA Director Tenet Threatens Disclosures?

Friday, Sept. 2, 2005 11:00 a.m. EDT Former CIA director George Tenet, said to be the target of what the Washington Times called “a scathing report by Inspector General John Helgerson” – may go public with embarrassing disclosures about the Bush administration and its actions leading up to Sept. 11, 2001. The CIA report, prepared as the result of a 17-month investigation by a team of 11 CIA officials, blames Tenet and several top CIA officials for its failure pre-9/11 to deal with al-Qaida. But former Reagan White House aide and intelligence expert John B. Roberts II, quoting an anonymous source close to Tenet, wrote in Thursday’s Washington Times that the former chief spook has no intention of taking it lying down. The report, delivered to Congress this week, recommends punitive sanctions against Tenet, former Deputy Director of Operations James L. Pavitt and former counter-terrorist center head J. Cofer […] Read More

2005: More pre-9/11 US intelligence connections to al-Qaeda exposed and spun

Special Report The spinning of the smoking guns More pre-9/11 US intelligence connections to al-Qaeda exposed and spun By Larry Chin Online Journal Associate Editor August 24, 2005—In recent weeks, two “revelations” of pre-9/11 US military-intelligence relationships with al-Qaeda “terrorists” and Osama bin Laden are being used as cannon fodder in an intensifying power struggle between rival political factions vying to seize the “war on terrorism” agenda for their own, and deepen the cover-up of 9/11. The furor over new stories involving alleged 9/11 hijacker Mohammed Atta and US-bin Laden go-between Tarik Hamdi pits spinmasters against other spinmasters—Kean 9/11 Commission supporters versus hawkish Bush-linked 9/11 Commission attackers, neocons versus neoliberals, and intelligence and law enforcement agencies are at each other’s throats again over “intelligence failures.” While the spin has dwelled exclusively around “anti-terrorism” and various red herrings, and the supposed frustration over the tracking and arrest of al-Qaeda members, […] Read More

1998: CIA Dirty Secrets? Why, I'm SHOCKED! SHOCKED!!

On March 18, 1998, the CIA’s Inspector General, Fred Hitz, finally let the cat out of the bag in an aside at a Congressional hearing. Hitz told the astounded US Reps that the CIA had maintained relationships with companies and individuals that the Agency knew to be involved in the drug business.  Even more astonishingly, Hitz revealed that back in 1982 the CIA had requested and received from Reagan’s Justice Department clearance not to report any knowledge it might have of drug-dealing by CIA assets. With these two admissions Hitz definitively sank many years’ worth of CIA denials, much of it under oath to Congress. Hitz’s admissions also made fools of some of the most prominent names in US journalism, and vindicated investigators and critics of the Agency, ranging from Al McCoy to Gary Webb. The involvement of the CIA with drug traffickers is a story that has slouched into the limelight every decade or so since the creation of the Agency. […] Read More

1987: The Opal File

A secret history of Australia and New Zealand Author unknown This is is quite long, and contains some very amazing information, such as Swiss Account Numbers of high profile people on Mafia Payrolls. You may be surprised at some of the names mentioned here. It also contains references to CIA operations to place subliminal TV broadcasts throughout Australia and NZ, and other countries. Happy reading. The Opal File – A 20 Year History In Brief “Fear them not, therefore; for there is nothing covered that shall not be revealed; and hidden, that shall shall not be known. What I tell you in darkness, that speak in light; and what ye hear in the ear, that proclaim upon the housetops.” — Matthew 18th May, 1967: Texas oil billionaire Nelson Bunker Hunt, using a sophisticated satellite technique to detect global deposits, discovers a huge oil source south of New Zealand in the Great South Basin. 10th […] Read More

1998: PSYCHIC DISCOVERIES SINCE THE COLD WAR

By Len Kasten In June of 1968 Sheila Ostrander, a Canadian, and Lynn Schroeder, an American, were invited to attend an international conference on ESP in Moscow. The invitation was from one of the most fervent missionaries of Soviet psi research, Edward Naumov, then 36. A few years earlier, when overt interest in such subjects could easily result in a long holiday in Siberia, such a conference would have been impossible. Then suddenly, in the mid-sixties, the doors of prohibition in Russia, under the Troika rulership, clanged open. Ostrander and Schroeder encouraged but still doubting the turn of events, started writing to Soviet scientists and researchers. For three years, the letters and packages describing Soviet psi research poured in, culminating in Naumov’s invitation to come and see for yourself. They did, also visiting Bulgaria, but even before the conference had ended the suppression returned. The conference was closed down […] Read More