The DHS is KGB...... (America has been invaded by Russia)

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posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:31 PM
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.... I mean that quite literally.

“Department of Homeland Security” translated to Russian is: Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti or KGB.

As a result of the Cold War which never really ended, September 11, 2001 became a false flag for the KGB to infiltrate the United States Government. The KGB runs the Department of Homeland Security....Literally. As for their intentions, just read up on the KGB.

www.newswithviews.com...


IMPORTANT CAVEAT: Most of the information in two articles "Former Russian Prime Minister/ex-KGB Head to Work for Homeland Security and "Ex-KGB Heads Hired to Help Spy on Americans" by Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt must be attributed solely to Al Martin and to his National Liberty Press since I have not yet been able to obtain documentation from U.S. Government sources. Al Martin's original article "Get Ready for the Sovietization of America" which provoked this writer to respond, appeared in the 4/21/03 issue of American Free Press. Charlotte Thomson Iserbyt

The old saying "The apple doesn't fall far from the tree" could be applied to George Dubya's ability to "manage" controversial information. He is walking in his ex-CIA Daddy's footsteps, following intelligence guidelines on how to vaporize controversial information, or if unable to vaporize it, to simply move it around to another agency or individual, and hope no one catches on.

The following revelation, obtained from National Liberty Press, is even more interesting than information in the original Martin story since it reveals the lengths to which the government will go to disguise its controversial activities, thereby "snookering" Al Martin, myself, and others, through the use of disinformation. However, the truth will out, and the truth, outlined below, is in this case even more shocking than the original information which proved to be untrue.

Former KGB counter-intelligence chief, General Oleg Kalugin, who is a Fox News commentator, recently stated that Admiral Poindexter's Office of Information Awareness (OIA) which is involved in spying on United States citizens, had hired both General Yevgeny Primakov and General Aleksandr V. Karpos, former KGB heads, as consultants and advisors. (Primakov in addition served as Russian Prime Minister in the late nineties.) (Note: The KGB was the Secret Police in the former Soviet Union)

Al Martin, whose credibility has been questioned by a couple of NewsWithViews.com readers, had previously reported that Primakov and Karpov were hired by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This information was disinformation provided by the Bush Administration to cover up the fact that Poindexter's OIA had hired Primakov and Karpov.

When the Bush administration realized it couldn't get away with lying about the hiring of Primakov and Karpov by Poindexter's OIA, it put out out very effective disinformation to the effect that these two former Soviet spies had a relationship with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which is a lie.

In this way, when the media goes on its wild goose chase and calls the Department of Homeland Security...and the media has been persistent in getting the truth related to this most unusual story... the DHS legitimately says that the former KGB chiefs are not connected with the DHS. What Governor Ridge's office isn't telling the media is that these two ex-KGB operatives are working not for DHS but for Poindexter's OIA which has been set up to spy on Americans.

It does boggle the mind to find out that the administration which has waged war against Saddam Hussein (considered by President Bush to be responsible for the 9/11 terrorist act) would be hiring Primakov, a very close friend of Saddam Hussein's and a terrorist himself, to assist our government in fighting terrorism.

"The Soviet/Russian KGB created, and still controls, the international terrorist network. Under the reign of "ex"KGB officer Vladimir Putin, the Russian government--including the deniable commercial entities assisting the Iraqi war effort - is very much on the side of the terrorists." (The New American, April 21, "Our Enemy, Our Ally", by William Norman Grigg, www.thenewamerican.com)


Don't sop there, read the whole article.

Who are these ex KGB people mentioned?

en.wikipedia.org...


Primakov was born in Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, and grew up in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR. He was educated at the Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies, graduating in 1953 and did postgraduate work at Moscow State University. From 1956 to 1970, he worked as a journalist for Soviet radio and a Middle Eastern correspondent for Pravda newspaper. During this time, he was sent frequently on intelligence missions to the Middle East and the United States as a KGB co-optee under codename MAKSIM.[2][3]



www.apfn.net...


Primakov: Former Soviet KGB general as US national security adviser

US 'Homeland Security' has the inmates running the jails, with their careers build and based on controlling populations through real fear, threats, kidnapping, jailing, torture, poisoning and murder, with a by Bush proposed Attorney General like Gonzales, legalizing it all.

by Henk Ruyssenaars - the Foreign Press Foundation


FPF-18-01-2005 - One of the many alarming items not covered - but 'covered-up' - by the mainstream media, is the fact that former Soviet secret service KGB
generals Yevgeny Primakov and Oleg Kalugin, as commentator at FOX 'News', as well as Markus Wolfe, the former head of the feared Secret East German State
Police (Stasi) apparently work for the US's 'New World Order' as security specialists.*

What kind of work - overtly sometimes - those 'Homeland Security' secret service specialists do for the present malicious government of the United States - with it's own global spy and terror networks* - was shown last year, when United Nations Secretary General - Kofi Annan - convened a group of 'high ranking experts', to assess threats to international peace and security, and the proliferation of nuclear weapons.

As a foreign correspondent based in Scandinavia for many years, the undersigned often 'covered' all those fake so called 'non proliferation talks' - which were
mostly held in the pleasant Finnish capital Helsinki. But in the conference halls the US and USSR politicians with some 'allies' and their weird 'Dr. Strangeloves'* and 'advisers', never spoke about getting rid of nuclear weapons.


Don't stop there, read the whole article.

Special thanks to Calgarian for posting this thread.
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Read all of this....
hongpong.com...


I am sure they will figure out how all that drug money gets through the Federal Reserve Bank computer systems one of these days.

Organizationally parallel to ICE and the gestating HSI within it is the National Protection and Programs Directorate - Wikipedia. Has the Federal Protective Service now. A hodgepodge. Not the Center of the Action like HSI!

Oh true story... the KGB is now... wait for it... Federal Protective Service (Russia) - Wikipedia. Федеральная служба охраны, ФСО,

As far as I can tell, the following picture is not some satirical fan-boy art piece come to life. And those fonts.... christ! It looks like you can clearly see the 'investigations' part on there.




posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:36 PM
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Don't stop there.

The Federal Protective service is now owned by Russia.
en.wikipedia.org...

en.wikipedia.org...(United_States)


As a component of U.S. Department of Homeland Security, National Protection and Programs Directorate within DHS Headquarters, the Federal Protective Service (FPS) is responsible for law enforcement and security of nearly 9,000 federally owned and leased buildings, courthouses, properties, and other federal assets and the personnel associated with those assets. FPS is a federal law enforcement agency, and currently employs approximately 900 federal law enforcement officer/inspectors, and special agents. FPS provides integrated law enforcement and security services to U.S. Federal buildings, courthouses, and other properties administered by the General Services Administration (GSA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). To support that mission, FPS contracts, with private security firms, to provide 15,000 contract security guards providing access control and security response within federal facilities throughout the nation. FPS also protects other properties as authorized and carries out various other activities for the promotion of homeland security as the Secretary of Homeland Security may prescribe, to include providing a uniformed police response to National Security Special Events, and national disasters.


This is the KGB.....Does it sound at all like the DHS?

en.wikipedia.org...


The KGB (КГБ) is the commonly used acronym for the Russian: Комитет государственной безопасности​ (help·info) (Komitet gosudarstvennoy bezopasnosti or Committee for State Security). It was the national security agency of the Soviet Union from 1954 until 1991, and was the premier internal security, intelligence, and secret police organization during that time. While most of the KGB archives remain classified, two on-line documentary sources are available.[1][2]
Since breaking away from Georgia de facto in the early 1990s with Russian help, South Ossetia established its own KGB (keeping this unreformed name).[3] The State Security Committee of the Republic of Belarus currently uses the Russian name KGB.



KGB in the US

[edit]The World War Interregnum
The GRU (military intelligence) recruited the ideological agents Julian Wadleigh and Alger Hiss, who became State Department diplomats in 1936. The NKVD's first US operation was establishing the legal residency of Boris Bazarov and the illegal residency of Iskhak Akhmerov in 1934.[9] Throughout, the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and its Gen.-Sec'y Earl Browder, helped NKVD recruit Americans, working in government, business, and industry.
Other important, high-level ideological agents were the diplomats Laurence Duggan and Michael Whitney Straight in the State Department, the statistician Harry Dexter White in the Treasury Department, the economist Lauchlin Currie (an FDR advisor), and the "Silvermaster Group", headed by statistician Greg Silvermaster, in the Farm Security Administration and the Board of Economic Warfare.[10] Moreover, when Whittaker Chambers, formerly Alger Hiss's courier, approached the Roosevelt Government—to identify the Soviet spies Duggan, White, and others—he was ignored. Hence, during the Second World War (1939–45)—at the Teheran (1943), Yalta (1945), and Potsdam (1945) conferences—Big Three Ally Joseph Stalin of the USSR, was better-informed about the war affairs of his US and UK allies, than they about his.[11]
Soviet espionage succeeded most in collecting scientific and technologic intelligence about advances in jet propulsion, radar, and encryption, which impressed Moscow, but stealing atomic secrets was the capstone of NKVD espionage against Anglo–American science and technology. To wit, British Manhattan Project team physicist Klaus Fuchs (GRU 1941) was the main agent of the Rosenberg spy ring.[citation needed] In 1944, the New York City residency infiltrated the top secret Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, by recruiting Theodore Hall, a nineteen-year-old Harvard physicist.
[edit]During the Cold War
The KGB failed to rebuild most of its US illegal resident networks. The aftermath of the Second Red Scare (1947–57), McCarthyism, and the destruction of the CPUSA hampered recruitment. The last major illegal resident, Rudolf Abel ("Willie" Vilyam Fisher), was betrayed by his assistant, Reino Häyhänen, in 1957.
Recruitment then emphasised mercenary agents, an approach especially successful[citation needed][quantify] in scientific and technical espionage—because private industry practiced lax internal security, unlike the US Government. In late 1967, the notable KGB success was the walk-in recruitment of US Navy Chief Warrant Officer John Anthony Walker who individually and via the Walker Spy Ring for eighteen years enabled Soviet Intelligence to decipher some one million US Navy messages, and track the US Navy.[12]
In the late Cold War, the KGB was lucky with intelligence coups with the cases of the mercenary walk-in recruits, FBI counterspy Robert Hanssen (1979–2001) and CIA Soviet Division officer Aldrich Ames (1985).[13]
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posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:37 PM
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Please check Calgarians thread for additional links and info.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:37 PM
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I for one would like to thank you for the timely and actionable information; its only 10 years too late to make a difference.

but, I still think that East German Secret Police, Stasi, has, had actually, a far more profound impact in the united states than Russians.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:39 PM
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reply to post by michaelbrux
 


It's not too late. If it was they would be killing us by the millions. Just like the KGB did.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:39 PM
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This is suppose to surprising? Oh I forgot when it was proven that a large part of the people being placed in power were communists. Russia related communists. They were called crazy and laughed at. Then they were told that communism is dead. We have been told everything but the truth since day one of the take over. Every time this information has been brought to light the messenger has been killed or committed to a mental hospital. The entire NWO and UN are based on tyranical communist agenda. Nero fiddled while Rome burnt well the American people as a whole are simply all Nero's.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:40 PM
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No it shouldn't be a surprise.

I knew the Department of Homeland Security translated into KGB in Russian for quite some time.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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Originally posted by michaelbrux
its only 10 years too late to make a difference.


besides removing the people currently in power? alongside a nationwide general tax boycott?
would cause the catalyst that would ultimately end in their removal, and then the right people could work to establish the laws guaranteeing nothing like this happens again?

one can dream



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:42 PM
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Before anyone takes this too seriously consider this...

Articles from sites, I've personally never heard of .. have you? are the sources reputable? .. these sources are being mixed with Wikipedia articles.. however, the only wikipedia article that mentions Russia is the KGB article..

How do people do this? .. the OP said "DHS" sounds like "KGB" ... what? it doesn't sound remotely like KGB except for the fact it has 3 syllables..

Where is the reputable information? is there any?



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:45 PM
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reply to post by miniatus
 


The article here is from 2003. That is when DHS was being established.

www.newswithviews.com...

But do your own research also, this is probably bigger than we know.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:48 PM
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Originally posted by thehoneycomb
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The article here is from 2003. That is when DHS was being established.

www.newswithviews.com...

But do your own research also, this is probably bigger than we know.


My point is - is newswithviews.com reputable? I'm not being facetious.. I'm asking, I've NEVER heard of them but the domain name sounds slanted.. the points your making is that the DHS is the KGB .. that's a HUGE assertion to make.. and I don't think I can buy into that at this point..

I know Russia would love that but the realities of our relationship with Russia just don't jive with that claim..

I can create a site and write articles, I own many domains.. doesn't make it factual.. for that matter, most opinion pieces aren't completely factual..
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posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:50 PM
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Do the research on the two former KGB guys mentioned in my post.

Also there are other Russian spies former KGB that use aliases.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 08:56 PM
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Originally posted by thehoneycomb
reply to post by miniatus
 


Do the research on the two former KGB guys mentioned in my post.

Also there are other Russian spies former KGB that use aliases.


I can do that.. though even if a former KGB agent is working for DHS, that doesn't mean the DHS is the KGB .. that's a big leap.. having a former KGB agent working for the US isn't new.. it's been going on since before I was born.. it can actually be a huge asset.. afterall .. it's obviously not that big of a secret or we'd not be talking about it
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posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 09:00 PM
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Yes but considering the nature of DHS, this is not news of any kind...just confirmation.

I saw a few videos on youtube which maybe I can find and post later. One was a former KGB guy, telling the story of what the KGB was doing in America and their plans.

The second I found researching the AK-47. It was a russian guy dressing mannequins up as Americans, though Hollywood, Old Navy Style, yes Old Navy the store and blowing their heads off. He dressed them like preppy jock kids, though that is not a representation of most of america.

ETA:Anyways point is, Russia is being educated the same way we are educated against Islam or Iran.
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posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 09:01 PM
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A spy using an alias. Imagine that.



The DHS is at the forefront of protecting the United States: Immigrataion, Customs, Border Patrol, Coast Guard...

...and you're claiming they're have Communist ties based on what presicely?




posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 09:03 PM
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They don't seem to be doing anything helpful. Unless helping them in is helpful.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 09:05 PM
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You forgot the part *****PROOF***** before the thread title...

I mean this sounds really REAL... wow!



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 09:08 PM
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I can't tell if you are being sarcastic or not. But as of now there is no smoking gun evidence, thats why I posted. Because I do not have the time or resources.



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 09:11 PM
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Originally posted by thehoneycomb
reply to post by miniatus
 


Yes but considering the nature of DHS, this is not news of any kind...just confirmation.



It really isn't .. it's just conspiracy theory without fact.. Claiming DHS is KGB because DHS employs a former KGB agent ( they've been gone a long time now ) .. isn't confirmation of anything.. it's simply business as usual .. the US has always been bringing on former KGB .. it's been going on since before the cold war .. they do this with agents from many countries.. those people are valuable assets, even at the risk of them being a double agent.. which is also common place.. There's nothing supporting the conclusion drawn..



posted on Apr, 17 2012 @ 09:12 PM
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Originally posted by thehoneycomb
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They don't seem to be doing anything helpful. Unless helping them in is helpful.


So not a single agency under the Dept. of Homeland Security has done anything that could be construed as remotely helpful? Sorry, but that is some extremely skewed logic. Can't buy it at all.





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