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Top NSA Whistleblower Claims "Russiagate" Concocted To Start Another Cold War

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posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 12:17 AM
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Very interesting analysis, by a former NSA Technical Director. William Binney is also a mathematician and a Russia-specialist. He claims that Edward Snowden is correct in claiming the NSA could have easily determined who hacked the DNC emails.


Binney told us: Snowden is right and the MSM is clueless.



He added: As Edward Snowden said, once they have the IP’s and/or other signatures of 28/29 [the supposed Russian hacking groups] and DNC/HRC/etc. [i.e. the DNC and Hillary Rodham Clinton], NSA would use Xkeyscore to help trace data passing across the network and show where it went.



And he stressed: If the idiots in the intelligence community expect us to believe them after all the crap they have told us (like WMD’s in Iraq and “no we don’t collect data on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans”) then they need to give clear proof of what they say. So far, they have failed to prove anything.



Which suggests they don’t have proof and just want to war monger the US public into a second cold war with the Russians. After all, there’s lots and lots of money in that for the military-industrial-intelligence-governmental complex of incestuous relationships.



If you recall, a few years ago they pointed to a specific building in China that was where hacks on the US were originating. So, let’s see the same from the Russians. They don’t have it. That’s why they don’t show it. They want to swindle us again and again and again. You can not trust these intelligence agencies period.

www.washingtonsblog.com...

In October 2016, Binney told Newsweek:


Former NSA executive William Binney maintains that U.S. officials “know how many people [beyond the Russians] could have done this but they aren’t telling us anything. All they're doing is promoting another cold war.” Binney, who quit the NSA in 2001 rather than participate in the agency’s domestic data collection program, even compared allegations about Russian hacks to previous U.S. fabrications of intelligence to justify the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and the bombing of North Vietnam in 1964.



“This is a big mistake, another WMD or Tonkin Gulf affair that’s being created until they have absolute proof” of Russian complicity in the DNC hacks, he charged during a Newsweek interview. He noted that after the Kremlin denied complicity in the downing of a Korean Airlines flight in 1983, the U.S. “exposed the conversations where [Russian pilots] were ordered to shoot it down.” Obama officials “have the evidence now” of who hacked the DNC, he charged. “So let’s see it, guys.“

www.newsweek.com...

If we are to believe this guy, then top U.S. officials, the NSA and the Military Industrial Complex, are conspiring to start another cold war with Russia. Just how plausible is this?




There always is the prospect that elements of a powerful military-industrial complex will influence national policy and strategy in the interest of favoring certain weapon systems not simply on the basis of military advantage, but for the benefit of the companies making them, or for the armed service using them, or for the locale where they and subsidiary instruments are made.



In the fifty years after the conclusion of World War II, three forces led to the maintenance of a military establishment of unprecedented proportions for the United States over such a length of time: the Cold War with the Soviet Union, involving an arms race throughout most of the period; the Korean War (1950–1953), and the Vietnam War (1964–1975). As the period ended (that is, as the Cold War at last appeared to have come to a close), a fourth situation assured continuation of military-industrial production—the deployment of forces and combat operations in the Persian Gulf region.



Despite the lowering of tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union—and between Eastern Europe and western Europe—in 1989 and 1990, the Pentagon in 1990 still was planning to put $100 billion into the improvement of the nuclear arsenal over the next ten years. This was in addition to the continuation of the Strategic Defense Initiative ("Star Wars") research program. The SDI effort began in a television address to the nation by President Ronald Reagan on 23 March 1983.



In any case, "Star Wars" was the epitome of the kind of program best calculated to encourage the military-industrial complex. It involved the expenditure of billions of dollars a year for many years, with no end in sight. Its effects spread into many kinds of activities and into many parts of the country. Much of it was conducted in secrecy. There was no way that it could be criticized for being over budget or behind schedule.

www.americanforeignrelations.com...

YOU BET IT'S PLAUSIBLE!







posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 01:10 AM
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a reply to: shawmanfromny

The United States profits off of having enemies.

The citizens don't, but those who pay for the campaigns do.

Who really thinks we don't put out propaganda to influence elections?



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 05:16 AM
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Interesting guy this Binney fellow. He is fighting and seems to be winning in court after long drawn out lawsuits.. The NSA has turned into another law breaking money whore.
youtu.be...



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 05:52 AM
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Another cold war? It the same world war ongoing since the end of the last one. The Mind Meld makes us think its all a bunch of disconnected little events.

Like the 'first' Gulf War, Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, Inherent Resolve, they are all the same Gulf War.

The Cold war has been hotter than hell in a myriad of hapless countries, both sides contesting territory, resources and control.

Thing is one side is aggressive while the other is defending.

You figure out who's lying to you.






edit on 20-11-2017 by intrptr because: spelling



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 06:16 AM
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a reply to: shawmanfromny

The problem is that we already have a president who wants to increase military spending without actually being in a hot war! (And he seems to be picking a fight with North Korea, not Russia.)



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 06:16 AM
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a reply to: shawmanfromny

So, you're trying to say that Democrats are the ones who really want war with Russia even though they consistently claim the opposite and went as far as to try and "reset" the relationship? That doesn't make much sense to me, unless, the Russian reset was just a lie in an effort to trick Russia in the first place, or maybe just to trick the American people into thinking so?



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 06:24 AM
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originally posted by: Deetermined
a reply to: shawmanfromny

So, you're trying to say that Democrats are the ones who really want war with Russia even though they consistently claim the opposite and went as far as to try and "reset" the relationship? That doesn't make much sense to me, unless, the Russian reset was just a lie in an effort to trick Russia in the first place, or maybe just to trick the American people into thinking so?


This does rather cast doubt on the Uranium One "scandal," doesn't it?
edit on 20-11-2017 by DJW001 because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 06:34 AM
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a reply to: Deetermined

The whole purpose of our government is to trick and mislead the American people on what actually goes on "behind the curtain" of deceipt, power, manipulation and greed.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 07:21 AM
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I don't think the CEOs of the largest companies are interested in selling bubble gum to workers making poverty wages. Military spending has the very best margins.

We live in a nation of HUGE cartels and monopolies. Corporations ARE the government.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 07:33 AM
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Some will refuse to see it.

Its all BS.

S&F



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 07:39 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr
Another cold war? It the same world war ongoing since the end of the last one. The Mind Meld makes us think its all a bunch of disconnected little events.

Like the 'first' Gulf War, Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, Inherent Resolve, they are all the same Gulf War.

The Cold war has been hotter than hell in a myriad of hapless countries, both sides contesting territory, resources and control.

Thing is one side is aggressive while the other is defending.

You figure out who's lying to you.





I know who has been lying to me--it's the same gang that has been lying to me for decades, the ones whose lies were made public by Daniel Ellsberg.


edit on 20-11-2017 by Salander because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 09:31 AM
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Which is pretty much what we suspected already, was it not?

I tire of reading things as if they were news, when they were obvious and blatant from their very beginnings. Although, I suppose it is significant that someone has realised that not everyone is bothering to read the writing on the wall, and has actually stated in bold fact, what people should have worked out for themselves right at the start of all this nonsense.

And this is not an issue of either Democrat or Republican politics, because BOTH are controlled by financial entities other than the mass of the people of the United States. Neither has the interests of the people in mind, as their only motivating force.

The NSA must NOT be permitted to create policy by their actions, they must not be permitted to influence policy by making choices without executive approval and citizen oversight. They must not be permitted to dictate the future of diplomacy, or indeed, whether or not it has a future, by way of instigating cold wars with other nations, in order to fluff their own budgets, and continue the forward motion of the MIC war machine.

This is not their choice to make, and they must be prevented from making it. In fairness, these choices belong ONLY to citizens, they are not the business of agency heads to determine.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 10:09 AM
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a reply to: TrueBrit

Well said.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 11:00 AM
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originally posted by: DJW001
a reply to: shawmanfromny

The problem is that we already have a president who wants to increase military spending without actually being in a hot war! (And he seems to be picking a fight with North Korea, not Russia.)

Nice deflection, "North Korea" is about ongoing isolation and containment of China and Russia.

I.e., the Cold War. In Koreas case its even being fought on the same ground.

Same Cold War.

You ask the Koreans how hot its getting.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 11:12 AM
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I absolutely believe this. Look at who benefits from it: the deep state, intelligence community, military industrial complex and their shareholders.

Oddly enough those are the same entities responsible for the claims against Russia (which when computers are involved, evidence is easily faked). Naturally they want funding and narrative control in order to push their respective agendas.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 12:27 PM
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a reply to: shawmanfromny

Look at the bigger picture: From 1948 the US government has been involved in engineering domestic versions of the fabulous UFOs, the best weapon ever. it took decades, but by the mid 1980, we had developed the black triangle craft that mimicked the UFO to a large degree and have leveraged them into controlling space, probably out to and including the Moon if not even, wild as it seems, to Mars, if we are to accept some of the words from the former head of Lockheed's Skunk Works.

Trillions of dollar were required and siphoning money from other projects would hardly be enough. Nothing like a little war here or there for stealing money from the taxpayer. That explanation is only part of the story for the secrecy of the UFOs over the decades, but it is a start toward understanding the correct and full story.



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 01:51 PM
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a reply to: Aliensun

Ha,ha...yep, I remember reading several articles last year on the Department Of Defense losing track of $6.5 trillion dollars. How does a government agency lose that much money? But the DoD isn't the only agency who "lost track" of HUGE amounts of money. Seems like the "Black Budget" siphoned funds from The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Federal Reserve. This article talks of a "Rogue State Government" at work and the demand for the arrests of those reponsible. LMAO...yeah, like that is going to happen any day soon.


Pentagon Looses Track of $6.5 Trillion Embezzled “Unaccounted Funds” at Expense of US Tax Payers Documentation of US Dept of Defense Admitting ‘Losing’ $6.5 Trillion ($65,000 Per Average US Family), with 18 Year History of ‘Losing’ Trillions. Your .01% illegal Rogue State Government at ‘Work’ Until ‘We the People’ Demand Arrests For Obvious Crimes in War, Looting, Lying



Catherine Austin Fitts just published documentation of Department of Defense (DOD) official audit reports from 1998 that acknowledge “losing track” of $6.5 trillion, along with Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) admission of “losing” over $100 billion. This is euphemistically termed “unaccounted,” and literally means that DOD agrees they received these funds, agrees the funds are gone, and then claims to not have records of where the money went.



A similar condition exists with the Federal Reserve, but we’re allowed a little clarity from this 5-minute video of Congressman Alan Grayson (an economist) asking questions of the Fed’s Inspector General during the Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations in 2009, where she admits she has no idea who received trillions in off-balance-sheet transfers from the Fed:


www.globalresearch.ca...



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 02:36 PM
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a reply to: intrptr

My guess is they all are lying . Wonder if we will ever know any truth from our government



posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 02:38 PM
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a reply to: Aliensun




posted on Nov, 20 2017 @ 06:24 PM
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a reply to: intrptr

It's not a deflection. The Cold War never ended... in fact, it is just the latest round of the Great Game. There is no point in laying on new weapons... perhaps a couple of nuclear icebreaker frigates. The era of tanks is pretty much over, and both China and Russia are still far from parity. Threatening the DPRK only justifies the regime.




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