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Oct 4 12 6:36 PM
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Dec 3 12 9:23 AM
Founded in 1961, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has gotten bigger and bigger over time, with a focus principally on whatever wars the US happens to be fighting at the time, and the ones they might be fighting soon.
That seems laughably simplistic to the modern Pentagon, because of course the US is fighting across the entire planet, all the time, and near as anyone can tell forever. With that new global theater of operation in mind, Pentagon planners are seeking a massive increase in size for the DIA.
“The is a major adjustment for national security,” noted DIA director Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, and indeed the indications are that the long term goal is to make the DIA rival the size and scope of the CIA.
With the CIA well into a plan to downplay the whole “espionage” thing in favor of assassinations, moving into the Pentagon’s turf of killing people abroad, it was perhaps inevitable that the Pentagon would respond by encroaching on CIA territory. In the end, this sort of “competition” could continue for quite some time, since both CIA and Pentagon can rely on massive budgets for the foreseeable future.
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Dec 4 12 3:36 PM
lawmanbrooklyn wrote:Why must we snoop on these nice people. Surely they mean us no harm. Cant we just be friends?
Jan 16 13 7:01 PM
Getting back to the original post, anyone who thinks this great nation is a facist state eiher:1.does not know what facism is2. seeks to equate the monstrous regimes of Pinochet, Franco and Hitler to some minor civil rights violations here.Having been sued several times for alleged violations of civil rights, I know full well that there are remidies available for even the most minor violations by the police.And yet the America haters here like to compare us with the facists regimes.Of course, they may just be trying to minimize Naziism. Anyone know if they are Holocaust deniers as well?America First?No, you real motto is : Blame America First.
Mar 3 13 4:32 PM
Homeland Security's specifications say drones must be able to detect whether a civilian is armed. Also specified: "signals interception" and "direction finding" for electronic surveillance.http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-57572207-38/dhs-built-domestic-surveillance-tech-into-predator-drones/
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Global schmobel.Let the Middle East take care of its own problems. How about our NATO "ally" Turkey stepping up. Turkey has a half-million man army and 3,000 tanks. With a little motivation, they could take care of ISIS in a month. Not only do they want to sit back and watch the American azzholes do the dirty work, they allowed jihadis to freely pass through their country on the way to Syria.The American taxpayer spent tens of billions of dollars equipping an Iraqi army that crumbled when confronted by a few thousand fanatics. Yet Saddam Hussein was able to motivate them to fight an 8-year war against Iran, a country three times its size. But, alas, Saddam was a bad man and he had to go. Retard Bush, son of NWO Bush, just had to remove this check on Iran and upset the whole balance of power in the Middle East. We are in agreement that radical Islam is a threat. Where we disagree is how to deal with it. Weve been doing it your way--meddling in the Middle East with our insane foreign policy for 60 some odd years--and have not had any success. Well, maybe success for the "fictitious" military industrial complex, but that's about it. And maybe Israel too. They've got us right where they want us. We recently saw Jordan do some aerial bombing against ISIS. Maybe those Royal Saudi co(ksu(kas could take part . And, I know it might be too much to ask, but maybe those arrogant Israeli bastards could get chummy with some of their neighbors and do a little of the heavy lifting. Or, we can do it your way. Go around the World looking for terrorists under every rock while we turn a blind eye to our government transforming our beloved America into a police surveillance state. We can continue with the policy of Muslim chain migration and be forced to continually give up just a little more freedom over and over.
Feb 17 15 7:50 AM
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