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Contractors Accessed NSA Database For Insider Trading

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posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 03:10 PM
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EP 2054-9AM HUGE! Bigger Than "Spygate"! Contractors Accessed NSA Database For Insider Trading


Starts at 45 min and goes for 10 minutes. NSA contractors have been busted with their hands in the cookie jar. We know how a lot of these criminals all get rich. Contractors like Crowdstrike that were possibly using the NSA database for insider trading purposes. How do people like Susan Rice earning $130K / year make $50M in net worth?

Point….


Most people who are not in the securities industry would NOT understand how this works. But Trump certainly does and Mnuchin definitely does. Bannon for sure understands this.

If you are a big trader – like Soros, Gates, Goldman Sachs, or a major bank – having inside information is a freebie – no risk – goldmine. If you are a greedy political family like Pelosi, Clinton, Bushes, Feinstein, Burr, McCain, Obama; Biden Family – inside information is a freebie no risk goldmine for the entire family.

I guess if you are John Brennan or a foreign intelligence service, and you want to finance a nefarious off the books black op operation FOR FREE, outside of your normal budget, you can use inside information and stock trades to finance your operations.

What kind of inside information can be freely gleened from the NSA database?..

Once the secret NSA information is obtained, stock trades are placed (by the ELITES and their families/cohorts) to capitalize and monetize the information. On any stock exchange anywhere in the world.

But my instincts tell me this is a BIG DEAL COVER UP. per Hillary, “If revealed, they will all hang.” They’s why the elites want Trump out so badly. This is about money & theft on a GRAND GLOBAL SCALE.

Hillary has been known to be involved with insider trading back in the 1980’s with her cattle futures transactions. Since there was no accountability for that, what would have stopped her in 2012-2016?

McCain was involved in that Savings and Loan debacle back in the day. Charles Keating case. No accountability for him either.

Hope the DOJ is looking into this as it relates to the Rosemary Collyer report and the 85% illegal searches.

Hope the government will release the names of the contractors doing the illegal searches!!

What were they searching for and who was benefiting?

The public needs to know!”


John Durham is looking at it. Trillions of dollars... Tick... Tick... Tick... Boom!




posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 03:28 PM
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So... a normal day for America.

We should be shocked if we hear of the opposite now. E.g. “US organization removes corruption and greed from xyz”



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 03:36 PM
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a reply to: kwakakev

A lot of sitting top-level politicians generated their wealth in this way. They also used personal data for blackmailing.

One reason the Obama Administration framed and pressured General Flynn, is because the general was planning on exposing how the NSA metadata was being used abused.

Judge Sullivan who is presiding over the Michael Flynn case is working to keep General Flynn from working at the Trump White House again for that very reason.

Judge Sullivan wants to keep things tied up until Joe Biden is president.

Joe Biden said this morning that he will not stand in the way if his Department of Justice attorney general wants to put everybody back in jail and indict former President Trump as well.



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 03:41 PM
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So, it's with a political bent we get this tale. As for, ”They’s why the elites want Trump out so badly" you have to laugh, when Trump is arguably the biggest crook of 'em all.

I don't mind if they round them all up, but don't leave out the Donald.

In edit, as demanded....though I thought everyone knew! These don't include any money laundering of course.



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Money Stuff: It's Not Insider Trading If the President Does It ...www.bloomberg.com › news › newsletters › money-stu...
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Petition · STOP Trump's Insider Trading: Enforce the STOCK ...www.change.org › stop-trump-s-insider-trading-enforc...
That could open Trump, his children, and businesses up to nearly constant allegations of insider trading. We challenge The US House Oversight Committee and ...

Are Trump and his circle manipulating the markets for ...www.salon.com › 2020/01/26 › are-trump-and-his-circl...
26 Jan 2020 - Cohan believes this likely or possible insider trading may involve hundreds of millions of dollars, perhaps even billions. Cohan is a New York ...

Warren asks SEC about insider trading in Trump's Kodak ...www.rollcall.com › 2020/08/04 › warren-asks-sec-abou...
2 days ago - Sen. Elizabeth Warren is asking the SEC to look into possible insider trading related to the recent pharmaceutical move by Kodak.

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14 Jan 2020 - Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Chris Van Hollen urged an insider trading investigation into President Donald Trump for reportedly telling
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posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 03:43 PM
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a reply to: odzeandennz

Yes, we have become so accustomed to it that it will feel like the twilight zone for a bit.



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 04:05 PM
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originally posted by: smurfy
So, it's with a political bent we get this tale. As for, ”They’s why the elites want Trump out so badly" you have to laugh, when Trump is arguably the biggest crook of 'em all.

I don't mind if they round them all up, but don't leave out the Donald.


it makes me smile to see this bandied about.
How about you list some of his crimes for all to see.
You have everyone's attention, don't blow it.



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 04:14 PM
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a reply to: kwakakev
Can't say I'm surprised, but a little disappointed they got caught
by us stupid average earthlings.
Maybe by now they know nothing is going to happen; so it's hand
over-fist piracy until the guys/gals on top of the pyramid pull
the rug out.
r/
I hope those bunkers are well stocked.
You may need a lot more by the time the rads lessen up.

Who else around here (that even used to sweat and hurt for a
living) is more than a little uneasy about their thinking this is OK? /r
"Imagine if you will, a world run by psychopaths." Rod Serling, 1960(?)



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 04:35 PM
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a reply to: kwakakev


John Durham is looking at it. Trillions of dollars... Tick... Tick... Tick... Boom!

Yea right ten years latter still looking into it. We've been waiting how long AG's report.



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 04:53 PM
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a reply to: smurfy

It is a good list there. Are any of these claims linked to the NSA database?

Wall street and congress run on insider trading and political kick backs. Where is the line between national security and political corruption in maintaining the NSA database?



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 06:11 PM
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originally posted by: kwakakev
a reply to: smurfy

It is a good list there. Are any of these claims linked to the NSA database?

Wall street and congress run on insider trading and political kick backs. Where is the line between national security and political corruption in maintaining the NSA database?


Put it this way,

Edward Snowden:
“THE PROBLEM ISN'T DATA PROTECTION; THE PROBLEM IS DATA COLLECTION.”

Snowden said that a while back, also said this,

“When we see governments and corporations working in concert, we begin to see the birth of a complex between the two where neither truly act independently, or adversarially, but rather they become the left and the right hand of the same body.”
Thing is Snowden has it pretty right, except that he kind of holds back..a little on the idea that government itself, becomes a Mafia, rather than just an authoritarian government, where the government itself is, 'do as I say, not as I do', because it is engaged in feathering the nest.
verdict-encrypt.nridigital.com...

have a look at the link, just for recent background..it is a learning curve, and kind of hints at just how people, can make money out of secrets, and that, if you just happen to be a President of a very powerful country...you can do that very easily, just a few 'casual remarks' or even a twitter account, that is an official government source.

I'll leave you with this one,

WASHINGTON — The National Security Agency vacuumed up more than 534 million records of phone calls and text messages from American telecommunications providers like AT&T and Verizon last year — more than three times what it collected in 2016, a new report revealed on Friday.4 May 2018.

www.nytimes.com...
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posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 06:16 PM
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a reply to: smurfy

As with almost everything in life, you're good to go, as long as you don't get caught.

President Trump has said on more than three occasions that his administration has caught a big net full of corrupt people. The highest level crooks from the prior Administration are going to be exposed when the time is right.

Reliable sources say that it will be between September 9th and September 27th.



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 06:32 PM
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a reply to: smurfy



“THE PROBLEM ISN'T DATA PROTECTION; THE PROBLEM IS DATA COLLECTION.”


So do you propose to disband the NSA? The whole telecommunication infrastructure has grown up with this plugged in. It is the best data collection agency I know about. The Akashic records do out perform it if it does exist, bit hazy that one.

This database can be used to defend the nation, it had a heads up on 9/11. How the people that manage its access and what they choose to do with it is where I see a main issue.



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 06:35 PM
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originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: smurfy

As with almost everything in life, you're good to go, as long as you don't get caught.


You have just shown your moral compass, even if Trump 'caught' thousands of people, he is still a bozo, who just happens to be a crook as well...that's not good for America at the very least.



posted on Aug, 6 2020 @ 06:44 PM
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originally posted by: kwakakev
a reply to: smurfy



“THE PROBLEM ISN'T DATA PROTECTION; THE PROBLEM IS DATA COLLECTION.”


So do you propose to disband the NSA? The whole telecommunication infrastructure has grown up with this plugged in. It is the best data collection agency I know about. The Akashic records do out perform it if it does exist, bit hazy that one.

This database can be used to defend the nation, it had a heads up on 9/11. How the people that manage its access and what they choose to do with it is where I see a main issue.

A heads up! The FBI had the heads up with 9/11 and were ignored...get it?
As for how the NSA manage things, I refer you to carewemust's post to me...some article that boyo is.



posted on Aug, 7 2020 @ 08:52 AM
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Administration are going to be exposed when the time is right.


A similar thing like this was said a year ago and the year before that.

If nothing happens this year, i wonder if Qanon people will give it up or continue following the rainbow that never leads to the pot of gold.



posted on Aug, 7 2020 @ 09:48 AM
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A heads up! The FBI had the heads up with 9/11 and were ignored...get it?


How did the jocks go with the nerds during high school?

I don't know much about Admiral Mike Rodgers, head of the NSA. General Flynn took his 6 and got hit hard.

Retired Marine - Creepy Joe Biden/Christianity/Beirut/NRA/AG Barr / And More! 08/07/2020


Starts at 18 min.



posted on Aug, 9 2020 @ 10:09 AM
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William Edward Binney is a former intelligence official with the United States National Security Agency (NSA) and whistleblower. He retired on October 31, 2001, after more than 30 years with the agency.

Wikipedia

Who are Traitors & Who are Patriots Will become Clearer Soon w/Bill Binney & Harley Schlanger (1of2)


Who are Traitors & Who are Patriots Will become Clearer Soon w/Bill Binney & Harley Schlanger (2of2)


The efforts to take Trump out of office is coordinated between the CIA, DOJ, FBI and NSA. Have been attacking people that come out and tell the truth in public to effect political decisions. Julian Assange is one example, has never been proven wrong. Motivations are driven by profits in the Military Industrial Complex.

Trump entered office wanting to address these issues. General Flynn was to help reorganize the intelligence gathering structures. Binney tried offering evidence in the General Flynn and Roger Stone cases, the judge refused.

Fear is used to control people. Mass spying is used to enforce this. Everything on the internet is captured and stored for retroactive analysis to identify and use against anyone who is a threat to them. The IRS going after the Tea party during the Obama years is an example of this. The IRS has access to the NSA data. Anyone with challenging political views got put on the slow bureaucratic process.

All these bad actors can also be retroactively profiled and identified with a honest audit and legally charged. William Barr is on the trail, have to wait for how effective it is. The democrat plan is to keep the truth out of the public domain and brainwash the public into winning the next election.

There are legal efforts looking at the issues between the constitution and the NSA-CIA-DOJ-FBI spy ring. The Supreme court got the case about a week ago. Will be telling on the integrity of the supreme court.

Fake Russia investigations and other news, weaponizes intelligence, removing the glass steagall act, population control, Big tech censorship, industry cartels, geopolitics, institutional lies, endless wars, private interest guiding national policy, voting integrity issues, cash flow accountability, funding riots, history of CIA and central banks, human conditioning, bullies and evil forces, indefinite detention without due process, malicious prosecution, manufactured evidence, evictions, closures, lock downs,

When William Barr nullified the conviction of Micheal Flynn, 2000 former justice department officials signed a petition against this action. This is the scale of the problem in the justice community and permanent bureaucracy. The actions against Flynn, Stone, Manafort and others is to terrorize the public into silence, many are forced to play along to get along.

Lot of questions and discussions for when the Durham shoe is to drop. A lot tied up around the election. Directing industry towards construction rather than destruction is one way out. We need to challenge for the facts.



posted on Aug, 9 2020 @ 10:24 AM
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As with most countries in the world, industrial espionage for national security is common practice despite it being illegal.

Where this guy messed up is failing to write to a paticular government department to ask for permission/be granted access to the files.

If you're a company that makes a lot of profit or employs a lot of people in the host nation all you do is write to the relavant department and argue your profits/future is important to the economy thus should be granted National Security status. Once the status is granted you'll have access to intel on every coutry in the world pointing out which areas are best to invest in and what that country's developments and plans are for the next five years.

It's a global illegal racket that's been going on for decades. If the data/detail leaked into the public domain it would be WW3 and the collapse of foreign intelligence which is too big a price to pay.
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posted on Aug, 10 2020 @ 03:29 AM
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It is a good point you make to help understand the mess of things going on and just how entrenched it all is. It looks more like a reform than a collapse of the intelligence communities that is required.

Sure there will be a lot of invested people like Adam Shiff and Jerry Nadler that may find their world collapse should they ever be made accountable for some of their crimes. About 2000 main players look to be against the program General Flynn has been trying to institute, increasing integrity in the system.

When we have a system where some are accountable while others are not, it is just standard for things to get out of balance and injustice rule.

So what do we do? Nothing and just let the whole system collapse from the weight of its own lies, corruption and mismanagement? Do we support cleaning up and getting rid of the bad elements that are abusing their public responsibilities for personal gain?

With the campaign against Flynn and others, it shows a lot of people know they will not be able to withstand public scrutiny of their actions. In sorting out the good from the bad, accountability does make a reasonable line.



posted on Aug, 10 2020 @ 05:34 AM
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Ahh, it's difficult to be clear how this works without giving too much away but it's not a case of 'a few bad apples' abusing the system. The entire system was built from the ground up to do this there's million of people involved. National Defence doesn' just mean millitary, ensuring high employment and a healthy economy is vital to any nations stability. Trump would be just as complicit as any other PM or President in the world or before him and would have profited from the scheme when developing his international portfolio.

It's dificult to imagine any reform or overhaul without abandonning capitalism or every nation in the world singing kumbayah around a campfire and universally abandonning the tactic.

It would also result in a lot of innocent civillians who are unaware of who they're actually working for losing their lives or being imprisoned by brutal regimes. The industrial espionage is conducted under the guise of an international 'NGO' front company for intel services in attempts to stop other countries detecting their methods.

The UK used the British Council (publicly claimed to be a humanitarian NGO dedicated to improving education) to conduct it's services for years before Russia and Iran maanged to 'hack' the files due to UK institutions leaving huge backdoors where anyone using google could find the files. As a result a lot of innocents who were working as teachers completely unaware of SIS involvement are currently in jail awaiting beheading.




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