Below as asked and answered for a Gary Null special commemorating 9/11 and the efforts of the Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth as led by Richard Gage. Their event in NYC on 10-11 September 2016 is highly recommended and will feature Danny Sheehan, among others.
Only some of the answers may be used for the public broadcast, this is my record copy — my entire life is transparent and truthful and dedicated to the proposition, as Thomas Jefferson would have it, that “a nation’s best defense is an educated citizenry.”
To get there, we must all display integrity and be committed to the truth at any cost while embracing Truth & Reconciliation toward those who have committed great crimes against us and in our name.
ANSWERS: Robert Steele on CIA John Brennan’s Re-Organization One Year On…
My seven questions (with sub-sets) are as follows:
On March 6, 2015, the CIA’s Director of Central Intelligence, John Brennan, announced a major restructuring of the CIA by converting the directorates of Operations, Analysis, Support, and Science and Technology, as well as the newly created Directorate of Digital Innovation, into talent pools supporting 10 newly created Mission Centers modeled after the counter-terrorism center of 1986, counter intelligence center of 1988, and counter narcotics center of 1989. By combining the functions of collection and analysis within the newly created mission centers, Brennan has abolished a “tradition,” some might say a security measure, of sequestering officers performing collection and intelligence functions. DCI Brennan has likened this transformation to the Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986 in the way that Goldwater-Nichols created a more integrated military command structure.
I’m Ilya Krol, the RT editor.We are writing an article about gun law in the U.S. and renewed discussion on it after Orlando tragedy. Russian experts say the discussion on any changes in the law is nothing but populist game of the Democrats. They also say that in general the Orlando shooting is not related to the gun law question. It’s not about gun availability at all but about intellegent service efficency. They state that U.S. intellegent services (FBI as well) undergo difficult institutional transformation from the service with military management to the one with the civil management. Another FBI problem is the vast bureaucracy. All these problems made the Orlando shooting and Boston marathon terroristic acts possible. To focus on the gun law here is just the attempt to avoid the discussion on the FBI failure in these cases. Could you please be so kind to approve or to say something against the above statements?
I’m looking for examples of the most cutting edge uses of technology in smart cities. What’s your thinking on the future of smart cities? If you were doing research on the future of cities, what would you focus on?