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PostThu Apr 12, 2012 5:03 pm » by The57ironman


HOMELAND SECURITY... MY ASS...!



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Welcome to http://NewWorldNextWeek.com — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: DHS/Navy Award Contract to Hack Gaming Systems
http://ur1.ca/8zijv
Spy Games - Homeland Security Is Trying to Hack Into Your Xbox
http://ur1.ca/8zijx
Feds Want Way to Hack Xboxes and Wiis for Evidence
http://ur1.ca/8zijy
"R & D Effort for the Development and Delivery of Computer Forensic Tools for Analyzing Network Traffic and Stored Data Created During the Use of Video Game Systems"
http://ur1.ca/8zijz
Background: Full Spectrum Information Warfare - Information Operation Roadmap
http://ur1.ca/8zik0
Flashback: PlayStation Network Hack Leaves Credit Card Info at Risk
http://ur1.ca/8zik1

Story #2: FBI Efforts Keep Whistleblower's Book Unpublished
http://ur1.ca/8zik2
FBI Attempts to Hold Sibel Edmonds' Book Hostage
http://ur1.ca/8zik3
Flashback: A Patriot Silenced, Unjustly Fired but Fighting Back to Help Keep America Safe
http://ur1.ca/8zik4

Story #3: Future Riots 'May Be' Controlled With Chemicals
http://ur1.ca/8zik5
Background: Sunshine Project - Online Clearinghouse of US 'Non-Lethal' Weapons Documents
http://ur1.ca/8zik7
Video: Alex Jones Loses It Over 'Robot Helicopters with Airborne Ebola'
http://ur1.ca/8zik9
Television Tropes and Idioms - Knockout Gas
http://ur1.ca/8zika



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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 1:05 am » by The57ironman


interview with the Syrian Girl .....

Syrian commentator "Syrian Girl" joins us to discuss the latest news on the moves toward outside intervention in Syria.

Download audio: http://www.corbettreport.com/interview- ... interven...

Syrian Girl's recommended websites on Syria:

Website: http://www.syrianews.cc/
Real Friends of Syria blog http://friendsofsyria.wordpress.com/
Youtube channel exposing media lies: www.youtube.com/user/SyriansWorldWide





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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 1:22 am » by Noentry


the57ironman this is a great post bro.
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Afghan President Hamid Karzai may call early elections

President Hamid Karzai said today that he is considering calling presidential elections a year early to lessen the strain that could be caused by foreign combat troops leaving Afghanistan at the same time as the nation is holding a national ballot.

The next presidential elections are scheduled for 2014 and the majority of Nato combat forces will leave Afghanistan by the end of that same year. At that time, Karzai will be at the end of his second five-year term and the constitution bars him from running for a third term.

Holding the vote in 2013 also could mean Karzai would step down earlier.

"I have been talking about this for a few months now," Karzai said. "With all the changes that are taking place — with the complete return of international forces to their homes from Afghanistan and the holding of the presidential election at the same time — whether that will be an agenda that we can handle at the same time."

Karzai, who spoke during a press conference with visiting Nato Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, said no final decision has been made about early elections and that such a decision would take a long time.

He said he had been thinking and consulting for some time about either moving up the elections or speeding up the exit of foreign troops. There are positives to both the ideas, he said.

"This is a question that I've had and I've raised it in my inner circle," Karzai said. "I've not had a final decision yet, but it will not be soon."

Karzai's term expires in 2014 and the constitution says elections must be held 30 to 60 days before an incumbent leaves office.

However, Karzai delayed the 2009 presidential elections by about six months because of security concerns. A subsequent, drawn-out battle over fraud at the ballot box postponed his swearing in to November that year. So, it is unclear if he considers his second five-year term as starting from May or November 2009. Karzai has ruled out running for a third term.

An official with Afghanistan's election commission, which is in charge of conducting the poll, said preparations were still under way for the balloting in March 2014 and that no one had approached the commission about organizing an earlier vote.

"My understanding is that early elections can happen if something happens to the president or if the president resigns," said Zekria Barakzai, deputy chief electoral officer. In such a case, the commission would have three months to organize elections, he added.

Wahid Muzhda, a Kabul-based political analyst, said 2014 was an important year for Afghanistan and that holding elections while Nato troops are leaving would be difficult.

"We are not sure that the Afghan security forces are able to handle the security needed for an election," Muzhda said. "If we have it in 2013, at least we would have foreign troops to help."

Muzhda said he suspects the international community is pressuring Karzai to hold the election in 2013.

William Patey, the outgoing British ambassador to Afghanistan, told The Guardian last week that he had heard some people discussing the idea of early elections but that it had not been formally discussed by Western diplomats. "There are perfectly good arguments why 2013 would be a good time," he said. "But by holding it in 2013, you risk an argument that foreigners brought it forward so they can control it."

Rasmussen, who was in Kabul for talks on the transition of security responsibilities from the international coalition to Afghan security forces, said Nato it is on track to fully hand over responsibility by the end of 2014 as scheduled.

He also said Afghan troops would be ready to take the lead role around the country by mid-2013, allowing international combat forces to move into a support and training role.

"We will stick to the road map and we will gradually hand over by 2014," Rasmussen told Afghan special forces during his visit earlier Thursday to their main training base outside Kabul.

The security transition began last year, when Nato handed over responsibility for areas that are home to half the nation's population — with coalition forces in those regions now in a support role. The handover took place in two stages and a third tranche is expected before a Nato summit in Chicago in late May. Another three phases are planned over the coming year.

"Thanks to the courage and commitment of the Afghan forces we will reach out common goal of a secure Afghanistan," Rasmussen said. "What I have seen makes me confident that we will fulfill our goal of handing over responsibility to the Afghan national security forces."

Meanwhile, Nato said one of its service members was killed today by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan. It provided no other details. The death brought to 13 the number of international troops killed this month and to 104 the total so far this year.
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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 1:34 am » by The57ironman


noentry wrote:the57ironman this is a great post bro.
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Afghan President Hamid Karzai may call early elections

President Hamid Karzai said today that he is considering calling presidential elections a year early to lessen the strain that could be caused by foreign combat troops leaving Afghanistan at the same time as the nation is holding a national ballot.

The next presidential elections are scheduled for 2014 and the majority of Nato combat forces will leave Afghanistan by the end of that same year. At that time, Karzai will be at the end of his second five-year term and the constitution bars him from running for a third term.

Holding the vote in 2013 also could mean Karzai would step down earlier.

"I have been talking about this for a few months now," Karzai said. "With all the changes that are taking place — with the complete return of international forces to their homes from Afghanistan and the holding of the presidential election at the same time — whether that will be an agenda that we can handle at the same time."

Karzai, who spoke during a press conference with visiting Nato Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, said no final decision has been made about early elections and that such a decision would take a long time.

He said he had been thinking and consulting for some time about either moving up the elections or speeding up the exit of foreign troops. There are positives to both the ideas, he said.

"This is a question that I've had and I've raised it in my inner circle," Karzai said. "I've not had a final decision yet, but it will not be soon."

Karzai's term expires in 2014 and the constitution says elections must be held 30 to 60 days before an incumbent leaves office.

However, Karzai delayed the 2009 presidential elections by about six months because of security concerns. A subsequent, drawn-out battle over fraud at the ballot box postponed his swearing in to November that year. So, it is unclear if he considers his second five-year term as starting from May or November 2009. Karzai has ruled out running for a third term.

An official with Afghanistan's election commission, which is in charge of conducting the poll, said preparations were still under way for the balloting in March 2014 and that no one had approached the commission about organizing an earlier vote.

"My understanding is that early elections can happen if something happens to the president or if the president resigns," said Zekria Barakzai, deputy chief electoral officer. In such a case, the commission would have three months to organize elections, he added.

Wahid Muzhda, a Kabul-based political analyst, said 2014 was an important year for Afghanistan and that holding elections while Nato troops are leaving would be difficult.

"We are not sure that the Afghan security forces are able to handle the security needed for an election," Muzhda said. "If we have it in 2013, at least we would have foreign troops to help."

Muzhda said he suspects the international community is pressuring Karzai to hold the election in 2013.

William Patey, the outgoing British ambassador to Afghanistan, told The Guardian last week that he had heard some people discussing the idea of early elections but that it had not been formally discussed by Western diplomats. "There are perfectly good arguments why 2013 would be a good time," he said. "But by holding it in 2013, you risk an argument that foreigners brought it forward so they can control it."

Rasmussen, who was in Kabul for talks on the transition of security responsibilities from the international coalition to Afghan security forces, said Nato it is on track to fully hand over responsibility by the end of 2014 as scheduled.

He also said Afghan troops would be ready to take the lead role around the country by mid-2013, allowing international combat forces to move into a support and training role.

"We will stick to the road map and we will gradually hand over by 2014," Rasmussen told Afghan special forces during his visit earlier Thursday to their main training base outside Kabul.

The security transition began last year, when Nato handed over responsibility for areas that are home to half the nation's population — with coalition forces in those regions now in a support role. The handover took place in two stages and a third tranche is expected before a Nato summit in Chicago in late May. Another three phases are planned over the coming year.

"Thanks to the courage and commitment of the Afghan forces we will reach out common goal of a secure Afghanistan," Rasmussen said. "What I have seen makes me confident that we will fulfill our goal of handing over responsibility to the Afghan national security forces."

Meanwhile, Nato said one of its service members was killed today by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan. It provided no other details. The death brought to 13 the number of international troops killed this month and to 104 the total so far this year.


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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 1:45 am » by Noentry


"The third-rate mind is only happy when it is thinking with the majority.
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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 1:53 am » by The57ironman


noentry wrote:
sorry forgot that part :flop:


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thanks for that link....i keep forgetting ''the independent''

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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 2:31 am » by The57ironman


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The CIA's Candidate: Sarkozy and the French Election

As the French presidential election moves into its final stages, the French people are now reflecting on the nature of Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency. Known by the French themselves as Sarko the American, what many do not know is that Sarkozy's family ties lead directly into the heart of the American political establishment. Find out more in this week's GRTV Backgrounder on Global Research TV.



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PostWed Apr 18, 2012 12:15 am » by The57ironman


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While the oppressive environment of today's schools do provide a window onto the increasingly militarized police state that America is becoming, the idea that the school system could be used as a tool for inculcating a national identity and taming a traditionally independent population is by no means a new one. In fact, as any careful study of the books and quotations of the western school systems progenitors will show, the modern idea of schooling was formulated specifically to create a nation of intellectually crippled, docile workers, who would be more dependent on authoritarian systems of control and more easily manipulatable by the ruling class.

Find out more in this week's Eyeopener report for BoilingFrogsPost.com

Published on Apr 17, 2012 by corbettreport
TRANSCRIPT AND SOURCES: http://www.corbettreport.com/?p=4517


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PostFri Apr 20, 2012 6:51 pm » by The57ironman


Published on Apr 20, 2012 by corbettreport
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators have once again engulfed Cairo's Tahrir Square in protest against the ruling military council. The rally involves supporters from exact opposite ends of the political spectrum, with secular activists rubbing shoulders with Islamists.







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PostFri Apr 27, 2012 2:43 am » by The57ironman


at least these topics are still getting broadcast... :mrcool:


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Here's Who's Buying Drones -- Local Cops Watching You from the Sky
http://ur1.ca/93xag





CISPA Spies, Drone Zone, Space Mining

Story #1: White House Takes Aim at CISPA with Formal Veto Threat
http://ur1.ca/93x9t
Related: James Bamford on How the NSA's New Spy Center Might Know Everything
http://ur1.ca/93xa1
NWNW Flashback: SOPA Is Back As Websites Go Black
http://ur1.ca/93xab

Story #2: FOIA: FBI and Police Free to Launch Spies In Sky Over US Cities
http://ur1.ca/93xad
Here's Who's Buying Drones -- Local Cops Watching You from the Sky
http://ur1.ca/93xag
Related: Bird Strikes Pose Ongoing Danger to Aircraft
http://ur1.ca/93xal
US Relaxes Drone Rules -- Obama Gives CIA, Military Greater Leeway in
Use Against Militants in Yemen
http://ur1.ca/93xao
NWNW Flashback: Drones Assist In Corralling North Dakota Cattle Rustlers
http://ur1.ca/7z4q9

Story #3: Company Aims to Mine Resource-Rich Asteroids
http://ur1.ca/93xay
Related: Murdoch Faces More Grilling Over UK Phone Hacking
http://ur1.ca/93xb2
Navigating Netflix: The Shape of Things to Come
http://ur1.ca/93xb7

Bonus: Food World Order on Corbett Report Radio
http://ur1.ca/8khqu


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