Saturday , 6 June 2020

Intelligence

Huawei spies for China, says ex-CIA chief

The former head of the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency Michael Hayden said Friday it “goes without saying” that Chinese telecoms giant Huawei spies for Beijing, AFPreports. Speaking to the Australian Financial Review, Hayden claimed China was engaged in unrestricted espionage against the West and said it was his belief that Huawei would have shared information with state agencies. Asked whether …

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German Intelligence Used NSA Spy Program

Angela Merkel and her ministers claim they first learned about the US government’s comprehensive spying programs from press reports. But SPIEGEL has learned that German intelligence services themselves use one of the NSA’s most valuable tools. Germany’s foreign intelligence service, the BND, and its domestic intelligence agency, the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), used a spying …

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Not Quite Another “Year of the Spy.”

On June 21, 2013, the Department of Justice charged former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden for violating provisions of the 1917 Espionage Act, an alarmingly popular tactic used by the Obama administration in its attempts to silence whistleblowers. It may be hard to believe, but there was a time when theEspionage Act was actually used against spies and double-agents intent on compromising US national …

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Air Force Intelligence Report Provides Snapshot of Nuclear Missiles

The U.S. Air Force National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC) has published its long-awaited update to the Ballistic and Cruise Missile Threat report, one of the few remaining public (yet sanitized) U.S. intelligence assessment of the world nuclear (and other) forces. Previous years’ reports have been reviewed and made available by FAS (here,here, and here), and the new update contains several …

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Who is the New Egyptian Intelligence Minister?

On July 5, 2013, after a dramatic night in Cairo that saw the deposition of Egypt’s presiding president, Muhammad Morsi, a presidential order appointed a general named Muhammad Farid as head of Egypt’s general security services. Farid is relatively unknown to the public and his photo, which has been kept secret thus far, replaced General Muhammad Rafat Shahata, who was …

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Pakistan ‘a failing state’, says intelligence chief (video)

Pakistan’s official report into the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden has found the mistakes made by the Pakistani government and military were so severe that the nation is a failing state. Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit has obtained a copy of the Abbottabad Commission findings. It reveals the extent of the failures at all levels of the Pakistani state. And …

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Edward Snowden A Pawn in the CIA/NSA Intelligence War (video)

Edward Snowden has been getting global attention for releasing intel secrets, but was he really just leaking approved information? Reporter Jon Rappoport talks about the real story that lies behind the manufactured controversy, the intelligence war being waged between the CIA and NSA, Illuminati puppet masters behind the news, and opening the eyes of the American people in this Buzzsaw …

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German Intelligence: Egypt Now World’s Main Jihadist Training Ground

Middle East observers had identified the Sinai Peninsula as a source for regional insecurity as early as a year and a half ago [PDF]. Recent analysis indicates that the territory has become the world’s main center for jihadist training: A new German intelligence report presented on Tuesday showed that Egypt had replaced Waziristan as the main centre for the training of militants. German intelligence …

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Parliamentary committee ‘too busy’ to question intelligence agencies

The parliamentary intelligence and security committee (ISC) has postponed questioning the intelligence agencies in front of the television cameras this week, delaying the unprecedented event until after the summer recess, because it says it is too busy focusing on the murder of Lee Rigby and revelations about GCHQ‘s activities. Nick Clegg, the deputy prime minister, appeared to have been unaware of …

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