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originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: hiddenNZ
You know, I have nothing against Q, in all the POVs about it. It's a revolution, freeing of humanity, info for the people, draining the swamp or whatever. There is nothing wrong with any one of those hopes.
When people start talking about not just perp walks but about public hangings and feeling happy if someone like noname was "put down", I mean if that gives you a warm fuzzy than where is the humanity that you claim you are fighting for?
I mean looking at the bulk of these threads we are still just a bunch of savages. We want "them" to suffer. We're are not even sure who "they" are but but we do know "they" have to pay.
originally posted by: butcherguy
originally posted by: carewemust
Hearing that another federal judge has approved release of all Financial records for the Trump organization and the Trump family to Congress.
Needs to go to the SCOTUS.
POTUS vs Congress needs to be heard by SCOTUS.
Muse’s The Handler is one of the most obvious music videos about Monarch mind control ever created. However, it takes some basic knowledge on the subject to understand the true meaning of the video. Here’s a closer look at The Handler.
Muse’s lead singer Matt Bellamy was never a stranger to themes relating to the occult elite and mind control. .....
Then Alice in Wonderland appears. This fairytale is used by MK handlers to program slaves as they are encouraged to “follow the white rabbit through the looking glass” towards dissociation
originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: LurkNoMore
"The Wall" info-graphic is really interesting. Do you happen to have a source link for that secret memo?
I did not know or maybe I never paid much attention to BHO involvement w/FISA back then.
FISA just wasn't a big acronym thrown around by msm 24/7 like today.
The Wall Created in the 1980s, and arguably codified in a 1995 secret memo and reinforced in an August 6, 2001 secret memo, The Wall required “a separation of the two fields of counterintelligence and criminal search warrants.” Goal: Ensure that FISA warrants could not be used to collect criminal wrong-doings. 2002: Special Federal Court of Appeals declared that the PATRIOT Act, in requiring intelligence sharing, destroyed the wall. The Court also ruled that the Department of Justice had been misinterpreting the law for over 20 years and that various provisions authorizing intelligence sharing was never needed. The 4th Amendment on searches and seizures require probable cause for a warrant to be issued. FISA warrants do not. All you have to show is that there was or could be probable cause that someone was a foreign agent. The Court ruling came when the FBI told one of its agents that it would not seek a court order to search the computer of Zacarias Moussaoui who had been arrested in August 2001 on immigration charges. Had they looked at the computer, they would have seen that the September 11 terrorists had been taking flying lessions in the US.
he compartmentalization may help to explain why it was only Brennan’s CIA, Comey’s FBI and the NSA that penned the January 6, 2017 U.S. Intelligence Community report alleging Russian interference in the presidential race. Numerous news media reports originally falsely claimed the report was authored by all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies. In the IC report, the NSA assessed the conclusion that Putin favored Trump and worked to get him elected only with a classification of “moderate confidence,” while the FBI and CIA gave it a “high confidence” rating.
As a result, the FBI's Domestic Intelligence Division was dissolved and reforms were recommended that were "designed to build a wall between federal law enforcement and the nation's intelligence community."
Scruggs proposed that there be a "Chinese wall" to divide attorneys as well as investigators who were working on intelligence from those working on criminal investigations. This is the first known proposal to create an internal wall between agents within the FBI.
The 1995 procedures remained in effect until after September 11, 2001.
By the Summer of 2001, internal walls between FBI agents working on intelligence matters and FBI agents working on criminal matters were in place, at least in matters relating to Bin Ladin. These walls did not preclude information sharing between the agents but governed the circumstances and means by which the information could be shared. We sought to determine when and why such procedures were implemented.