Jim Dean: Zionist Penetration of US Academia — Boycott by ASA, Counter-Attack, Need for Religious Counterintelligence Most Urgent

Academic Zionist agents in US go public It seems that the American Studies Association’s (ASA) boycott resolution vote has rattled the Zionist cages. They have proved that Veterans Today was right with our claim that academic espionage was one of the key areas where Israeli intelligence has invested major resources for a long time. The …

Neal Rauhauser: Quadrennial Intelligence Community Review? Start with Counterintelligence?

Quadrennial Intelligence Community Review? The Department of Defense began producing the Quadrennial Defense Review in 1997 in response to requests from Congress triggered by the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. Four of them have been released and the fifth will begin to appear in February or March of 2014. …

Jonas E. Alexis: Religious Counterintelligence — Was Freud a Zionist Subversive?

Sigmund Freud, Psychoanalysis, and the War on the West “We are bringing them the plague.” —Sigmund Freud, on his way to America in 1909[1] Like Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud did not base psychoanalysis, which he championed to the entire Western world, on scientific premises. When psychoanalysis came to America, it was largely viewed as an …

G. I. Wilson: Intelligence Lessons Learned in Boston — and the Lack of Honest Competent Counterintelligence in the USA

Seems some of the same old flaws we have highlighted for years…hoarding info giving a false sense of power, no appreciation of the value of OSINT- social media, and silo’s of information concordant with age old turf sequestration. DNI has done little to reduce the overall intel community’s friction but added to it…makes me believe …

Marcus Aurelius: Politically-Correct Pentagon Gets It Half Right — On Religious Counterintelligence

New York Post, April 11, 2013, Pg. 27 Perils Of A Politically Correct Pentagon By Michael A. Walsh One of the core functions of government is to defend the nation from all enemies, foreign and domestic — that’s part of the oath of enlistment that all service personnel take. But only a flinty, clear-eyed — …

Mini-Me: Fukushima – Japan’s 911 Israel’s Follow-Up to US 911 — Plus Comment on Need for Global Inspector General with Counterintelligence Mandate

Huh? Fukushima – Japan’s 911 The following is a condensed version of the very excellent information contained on jimstonefreelance.com based on official records and evidence which cannot be silenced. The fact that even a large proportion of the truth movement has shunned this report proves how deep the conspiracy goes. 1. Photographs of Fukushima show …

Marcus Aurelius: Advances in Corporate Espionage Neglect of Counterintelligence and Commercial Intelligence

Spies And Co. By Eamon Javers New York Times, October 25, 2012 Washington — SUDDENLY, Washington is extremely concerned about Chinese espionage. Last month, the White House blocked a Chinese company from operating a wind farm near a sensitive Navy base in Oregon. Next, the House Intelligence Committee said two Chinese telecommunications firms were manufacturing …

Reflections on United Nations Intelligence & Counterintelligence

Your Aide Memoire came to my attention today.  Apart from wishing you every success, I thought to contribute a few ideas. 01  The new meme that has replaced Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) — I taught this to 90 countries including all NATO/PfP and six UN missions in Lebanon — is M4IS2 (Multinational, Multiagency, Multidisciplinary, Multidomain …

Penguin: US Intelligence Directive on Counterintelligence and Security

All together now, “shhhhhhhhh!” http://www.fas.org/irp/dni/icd/icd-700.pdf Phi Beta Iota:  The DNI’s staff is taking fluff to new heights–naturally with the best of intentions, but some pretty profound ignorance for that level, as well as neutering in place.  There is no security to speak of, anywhere, there is no defensive counterintelligence worthy of the name, and there …

Marcus Aurelius: Death Notice for Counterintelligence

Combat Commanders Gain Control Of Counterintelligence Ops By Carlo Munoz AOL Defense, November 1, 2011 Washington: The Pentagon is offering field commanders control of counterintelligence operations to cope with the never-ceasing efforts by countries such as China, Iran and Israel to gain access to classified information and technology. Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Mike Vickers …

Search: Citizen Counterintelligence #OWS

This is a very fine search made by five people, and warrants creation of a new post.  Today the US Government took pleasure in announcing the murder of the child of the US citizen they murdered the other day, without due process, in violation of the Constitution, using a remotely controlled drone, the same device …