national intelligence

Trump Set To Receive "Intelligence" Briefing On "Russian Hacking"

As Trump readies to meet with the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, CIA Director John Brennan and FBI Director James Comey later this afternoon for his "intelligence" briefing on "Russian Hackers," the question remains whether this meeting will finally provide some definitive, tangible evidence or just more propaganda?  We have a guess, how about you?

Very Powerful People In The U.S. Government Want War – This Is Their Sales Pitch

Right at this very moment, we are being sold on this war by the media, politicians, intelligence agencies, as well as various other vested interests who benefit from imperial dominance abroad (unlike the vast majority of us who are severely harmed by it). When you understand that this is simply a huge sales pitch to herd the American public like sheep into a conflict that is not in their best interests, then everything you see and hear around you starts to make sense.

The "Russian Hacking" Story Changes Again

Overnight, the Russian hacking narrative changed again, after U.S. intelligence agencies told Reuters they obtained what they considered to be "conclusive evidence" after the November election that Russia provided hacked material from the Democratic National Committee to WikiLeaks. However, in the latest switch of the narrative, this time the allegation is that Russia provided the hacked data through a third party, three U.S. officials said on Wednesday.

Intelligence Community Testifies On "Russian Hacking" Allegations - Live Feed

At 9:30 AM the "Russian hacking" narrative will take center stage before a hearing of the Senate's Committee on Armed Services which is chaired by John McCain.  The witnesses appearing before the committee will include James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, Marcel Lettre, Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, and Admiral Michael Rogers, Commander, United States Cyber Command.  Will we final get some tangible evidence of "Russian hacking" or just more political rhetoric?

The War Against Alternative Information

The U.S. establishment is not content simply to have control over the media narratives on critical foreign policy issues, such as Syria, Ukraine and Russia. It wants total domination.

Why Donald Trump Is Spot-On About The Russians And The Election

"Having worked since 1995 as a first-responder to cyber-attacks, including serving 11 years as Chief of the SEC's Office of Internet Enforcement, I whole-heartedly agree with President-elect Trump. His skepticism is not only appropriate and warranted - it's spot-on."

Oliver Stone Slams The Establishment's "The Russians Are Coming" Narrative

"My God, the ghost of Izzy Stone is back from the 1950s! For that matter, so is Tom Clancy from the ’80s. False thrillers will now be written about the Russians hacking the American elections. Money and TV serials will be made. I’ve never read such hysterical junk (call it what it is -- “fake news”) in the New York Times, in which the editorials have become outrageous diatribes..."

Obama Quietly Signs The "Countering Disinformation And Propaganda Act" Into Law

"Our enemies are using foreign propaganda and disinformation against us and our allies, and so far the U.S. government has been asleep at the wheel. But today... with this bill now law, we are finally signaling that enough is enough; the United States will no longer sit on the sidelines. We are going to confront this threat head-on." - Sen. Rob Portman.

Dave Collum's 2016 Year In Review - "And Then Things Got Really Weird..."

"Markets don’t have a purpose any more - they just reflect whatever central planners want them to. Why wouldn’t it lead to the biggest collapse? My strategy doesn’t require that I’m right about the likelihood of that scenario. Logic dictates to me that it’s inevitable..."