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Russian KGB Head, Hired by Homeland Security

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posted on Apr, 4 2003 @ 06:37 PM
The former head of the KGB (the secret police of the former Soviet Union), General Yevgeni Primakov, has been hired as a consultant by the US Department of Homeland Security. Do you think he will share his expertise in "security" to prepare US citizens for domestic internal passports under the pretense of fighting the never-ending "War on Terrorism"?

CAPPS II is the name of the new program which is technically under the auspices of the US Department of Transporation, but that's only technical and the only reaosn they did that was to use the Transportation Department's budget to buy the computer hardware and software they need.

The way it works is you give them your credit card and they slide it thorough like you would in a store and then they hit a button and the monitor reads: CAPPS II, SS CTF. The SS CTF evidently stands for State Security Citizen Threat File. But it has nothing to do with the Department of Transportation. It goes directly to a division, which has been established between the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the CIA and several other federal agencies. This is a new division, referred to as the Office of Internal Security, which is coordinating the effort to establish citizen threat files on every US citizen. It will be a huge database including credit files, medical files, political and religious affiliation, military history, attendance at anti-government rallies, etc.

And it's not only Primakov, who was, by the way the last general of the KGB, before the KGB was changed to RFSS. Look who else was hired. There's General Primakov. Then there's General Karpov, former KGB station chief of their Washington station at their embassy and the first director of the Russian Federal Security Service.

You could call this the "Sovietization of America." Primakov said he can't wait to get on the payroll (he called it the "pay corps," referring to the Heritage Foundation, the PNAC and all the other right wing foundations in the United States) He cant get over how many ex-KGB generals and colonels still want to come over to the United States and become consultants to get on the pay corps.

It has been reported that Nikita Krushchev Jr works for the Heritage Foundation. Another right wing foundation has Elena Stalin. The Old Soviet Brand names are all coming to Washington to get on the gravy train and teach the Bush administration how to further restrict the rights of the American people.

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posted on Apr, 4 2003 @ 06:49 PM

And I was hoping that the april fool day joke was really a joke....

posted on Apr, 4 2003 @ 06:53 PM
Are they serious?

posted on Apr, 4 2003 @ 07:16 PM
Senate resolution targets Patriot Act

Yesterday was the 44th day of the 60-day session.
The USA Patriot Act may infringe upon civil liberties guaranteed by the U.S. and state constitutions, according to a resolution approved yesterday by the Senate Judiciary and Hawaiian Affairs Committee.

Senate Concurrent Resolution 18 and Senate Resolution 8 calls for the state to urge Hawai'i's congressional delegation to work to repeal any sections of the USA Patriot Act "or recent executive orders that limit or violate fundamental rights and liberties protected by the Constitutions of Hawaii and the United States."

The Patriot Act, approved in October 2001, gave the government new powers to obtain personal information about U.S. citizens and allows the government to detain aliens deemed threats to national security and hold them without public acknowledgment.

It also has given federal law enforcement agencies greater wiretap authority, access to student and library records and new Internet wiretap powers.

The resolutions, which also discourage the use of state resources for activities authorized under the Patriot Act, will go to the full Senate for a floor vote.

posted on Apr, 8 2003 @ 08:51 AM
That's like making Iraq the chair on a disarmament committee....oh, wait a minute....

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