Saturday, July 11, 2009

Big Dan's Big News July 11, 2009

Leon Panetta found out a "BAD THING"............

Four months after he was sworn in, CIA Director Leon E. Panetta learned of an intelligence program that had been hidden from Congress since 2001 (gee! who's presidency just started???), a revelation that prompted him to immediately cancel the initiative and schedule a pair of closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill.

The disclosure of the SECRET CIA rogue operation "shocked both Democratic and Republican congress members, as well as the CIA head himself"...then WHAT THE FUCK IS IT????????????

I suppose we're lucky they're even telling us THIS much. That fact that they're telling us ANYTHING means...IT'S A REALLY BAD THING PANETTA FOUND OUT!!!!!!!!!!!

The CIA's Rogue Operation

Unclassifed version of Congressionally-mandated report indicates very few in Bush WH, DoJ knew about unprecedented surveillance of American citizens. Full extent of program still unknown...

Inspectors General Report on Bush Domestic Spy Program Finally Released

PDF: Inspectors General of five different U.S. intelligence agencies report on Bush's domestic spy program

Israeli Wiretappers, the NSA, and 9/11: Are Members of the U.S. Govt Being Blackmailed by Israel and Others via Wiretaps?

Remember this video I put together, that I posted about 20 times already?

Dominic Suter cleared out of his New Jersey home, too, and he'd put it up for sale. Suter and his family had returned to Israel. We called him there, but he refused to talk to us about Urban Moving.

The following is a compilation from mainstream media reports and other investigative research available on the web. (see also Paul Thompson, The Terror Timeline, 2004) Most of it never again repeated, clues, ‘dots’ never connected:

The ‘dots’ you're not supposed to connect…

Afghan warlord, Rashid Dostum, let perhaps 1,500 men die in a shipping container, he dumped them all in a big hole, and the US government continued to hide his crime in a deep hole of indifference and bureaucracy.

NYTimes: After a mass killing of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Taliban prisoners of war by the forces of an American-backed warlord during the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, Bush administration officials repeatedly discouraged efforts to investigate the episode, according to government officials and human rights organizations.

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