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CIA Has Gone Corp. "The Company" & HR 1388

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posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 05:10 PM
Could it be that "The Company" mentioned in HR 1388 has ties to this "Company" ?

Today, the agency's chief operating officer comes by way of investment banking. Business is booming, and to some that seems to be just about all that matters. The CIA now touts the fact that recruitment is way up—2,600 résumés pour in weekly. In one survey, MBAs rank the CIA as the premier government employer and ahead of such private-sector notables as Apple, Intel, and Pepsi.

It is a source of great pride to the agency that customer demand for product— intelligence and analysis—has nearly outstripped capacity. (It bears noting that "customer" in agency argot means the president, the secretary of defense, and the like, not necessarily the ultimate end-user, the nation.) Old customers, like the Department of Defense, can't get enough. New customers, like the Department of Homeland Security, represent pure growth. Afghanistan and Iraq, one CIA official gleefully volunteered, are generating terrific business for Langley, speaking as if they were a welcomed stream of revenue. To hear the CIA tell it, it's been one blowout quarter after another.

Read the link for full story:

I realize that the story is "dated"...but since that time, how much more "Company" and Big Business has the CIA become?

Think they might branch out into the private sectors to control and document the actions of the American Citizens under the guise of "community service"

anything is possible in the grab for power.


[edit on 26-3-2009 by Holly N.R.A.]

posted on Mar, 26 2009 @ 05:23 PM
Every aspect of "government" is corporation. Cities are corporations, courts are corporations, people are viewed as corporate property. The CIA is no exception. It's just another business. People are driven to debt slavery as an income stream to the corporation. Where they prove to be poor producers, they are largely driven into prisons or other poverty situations where the "producers" pay the income stream to the corporation (government) on their behalf via higher taxes.

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