Thursday, September 26, 2013

Corruption and cover ups!

The Government nazi program ... Spy on everyone and say it's classified to the over watch group

Official sidesteps queries on cellphone locations...

WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's top intelligence official on Thursday sidestepped questions from a senator about whether the National Security Agency has ever used Americans cellphone signals to collect information on their whereabouts that would allow tracking of the movements of individual callers.
Asked twice by Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., if NSA had ever collected or made plans to collect such data, NSA chief Gen. Keith Alexander answered both times by reading from a letter provided to senators who had asked the same question last summer. He also cited a classified version of the letter that was sent to senators and said, "What I don't want to do ... is put out in an unclassified forum anything that's classified."
Wyden promised to keep asking.
"I believe this is something the American people have a right to know, whether NSA has ever collected or made plans to collect cell site information," Wyden said.
The testy exchange at a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing illustrates the wider tension that has grown between the public and the U.S. intelligence community, following disclosures by Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former systems analyst on contract to the NSA, about the extensive NSA collection of telephone and email records of millions of Americans.
The panel's bipartisan leadership used the hearing to promote their version of legislation to change the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act. The lawmakers seek to trim NSA's authority to access and analyze U.S. phone records and provide new protections to Americans' privacy. They also want to broaden the government's spying powers to allow monitoring of terror suspects who travel to the U.S. after being tracked overseas by the NSA.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., chairwoman of the committee, said the legislation would "strictly limit access to the ... phone metadata records, expressly prohibit the collection of the content of phone calls," and limit the amount of time such U.S. phone call data could be kept.
Such records show the date and length of calls, and the numbers dialed.
But Feinstein's proposed legislation would not stop the bulk collection of telephone and email records. A separate bipartisan group of four senators, including Wyden, unveiled legislation earlier this week to end those bulk collections.
Feinstein and the committee's top Republican, Sen. Saxby Chambliss of Georgia, defended U.S. intelligence efforts, as did Alexander and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper — insisting that while they collect U.S. bulk records, they do not listen in on individual Americans' phone calls or read their emails without a court order.
Alexander and Clapper spoke of wanting to cooperate with suggested changes in order to win back the public's trust.
Clapper told the committee he was willing to consider limiting both how U.S. telephone and email data collected by NSA is used, and the amount of time it is stored. He said he's also open to other changes, such as appointing an independent official to oppose the government in hearings before the FISA court, the secret federal court that considers all government surveillance requests.
But Alexander's exchanges with Wyden and Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., showed the tension between the intelligence community and a bipartisan group of lawmakers who think NSA's powers need to be drastically cut.
"Is it the goal of the NSA to collect the phone records of all Americans?" Udall asked.
"Yes, I believe it is in the nation's best interest to put all the phone records into a lockbox that we could search when the nation needs to do it. Yes," Alexander replied.
But Alexander said the cellphone site data — it shows the whereabouts of cellphone callers, and enables an analyst to track where they go — is different.
"The court has said hold off if you want to do cell-site data or plan to do that, you have to come back to the court," Alexander said. "Did I answer those right?"
Alexander's reply was an apparent reference to Wyden's much-publicized exchange with Clapper earlier this year over whether U.S. intelligence agencies had gathered the telephone records of millions of Americans.
Clapper said no, but then had to apologize later when Snowden's leaks revealed the bulk collection of U.S. telephone records and email data.
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Monday, September 23, 2013

The O.K. Corral in the Red ...

Again News ... Obama / Bush is being blamed for causing unrest ... as drone strikes in Pakistan are being seen by the world as cause for this Christian Church bombing.

Pakistani Christians protest deadly church bombing

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — Angry Pakistani Christians on Monday denounced the deadliest attack ever in this country against members of their faith as the death toll from the church bombings the day before climbed to 85.
A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up amid hundreds of worshippers outside a historic church in northwestern Pakistan on Sunday.
The attack on the All Saints Church in the city of Peshawar, which also wounded over 140 people, occurred as worshippers were leaving after service to get a free meal of rice offered on the front lawn.
A wing of the Pakistani Taliban quickly claimed responsibility for the bombings, saying they would continue to target non-Muslims until the U.S. stops drone attacks in the remote tribal region of Pakistan.
As you might know Mabus is his Secretary ... in which has  I wonder what he is going to have Mabus do... (4- those who can't see the picture yet) in the Red Sea, hunting for a Red October 

I predicted that Mabus attacks by sea to start World War 3

United States Secretary of the Navy

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Secretary of the Navy
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Ray Mabus

since May 19, 2009
Department of the Navy
StyleMister Secretary
Reports toSecretary of Defense
Deputy Secretary of Defense
AppointerThe President
with Senate advice and consent
Term lengthNo fixed term
Inaugural holderBenjamin Stoddert
FormationJune 18, 1798
Succession3rd in SecDef succession
DeputyThe Under Secretary
(principal civilian deputy)
Chief of Naval Operations
(navy advisor and deputy)
The Commandant
(marine corps advisor and deputy)
SalaryExecutive Schedule, level II
WebsiteOfficial Website
The Secretary of the Navy (or SECNAV) is a statutory office (10 U.S.C. § 5013) and the head (chief executive officer) of the Department of the Navy, a military department (component organization) within the Department of Defense of the United States of America.
The Secretary of the Navy must by law be a civilian, at least 5 years removed from active military service, and is appointed by the President and requires confirmation by a majority vote of the Senate.
Ray Mabus is  you might want to read... (:lep: if you can't get my :2cents: ... You have to go to the Dopey bank in this blog and pick some up. As I can only give a coin at a time and place)

Is Ray Mabus Nostradamus’ MABUS?

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Mistake or destiny ... Obama ...

:drumming: ... Obama is about to make the biggest mistake in his like ... Wait...
 :infinity: hmmm .. Correction ... Might be the 2nd biggest as I foresee that he is weighing an even tougher choice than to strike Syria ... Well... It's still a little out of focus... But it is going to be his choice ... 

Let's pray that he learns the lesson not to test destiny :whistling: I stop keeping track of how many armies are around Israel ... But my Dopey .02 ¢ says to  look ...

I am not sure if there are others but, there seems to be a lot. ... What do you guys think .

Russian Navy spokesmen said Friday that the fleet building up in the Mediterranean can answer any development after the Smetlivy guided missile destroyer set sail for the Mediterranean. DEBKAfile: Since Wednesday, Moscow has reported six warships have been sent out to reinforce the Russian fleet on hand opposite Syria.
Western naval sources reported Friday that a Chinese landing craft, the Jinggangshan (photo below), with a 1,000-strong marine battalion had reached the Red Sea en route for the Mediterranean off Syria.  With a displacement of 19,000 tons, the amphibious warship is 210 meters long and 28 meters wide and can carry helicopters, armored fighting vehicles, boats and landing craft as well as nearly 1,000 soldiers, Jiangxi Daily said.


Russia Boosts Mediterranean Force as U.S. Mulls Syria Strike

Russia is sending three more ships to the eastern Mediterranean to bolster its fleet there as a U.S. Senate panel will consider President Barack Obama’s request for authority to conduct a military strike on Syria.
Russia is sending two destroyers, including the Nastoichivy, the flagship of the Baltic Fleet, and the Moskva missile cruiser to the region, Interfax reported today, citing an unidentified Navy official. That follows last week’s dispatch of a reconnaissance ship to the eastern Mediterranean, four days after the deployment of an anti-submarine ship and a missile cruiser to the area, which were reported by Interfax. Syria hosts Russia’s only military facility outside the former Soviet Union, at the port of Tartus.
In this handout photo released by the U.S. Navy, an F/A-18E Super Hornet prepares to launch from the flight deck of the USS Nimitz aircraft carrier on September 3, 2013 in the Red Sea. Source: U.S. Navy via Getty Images
Members of the Committees for the Protection of Kurdish People take positions inside a trench in the countryside of Tirbsybya, in the northeastern Syrian province of Hasakeh, on August 30, 2013. Photographer: Alice Martins/AFP via Getty Images
The buildup is raising the stakes as the U.S. prepares for possible action against Syria, sending warships and submarines to the east Mediterranean armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will vote today on a resolution that supports the use of force by the U.S. military.
“Russia is sending a strong signal that the conflict surrounding Syria touches on its interests, to ensure that international law is upheld and there is no bypassing the UN Security Council,” Ivan Safranchuk, deputy director of the Foreign Ministry’s Institute of Contemporary International Studies in Moscow, said by phone.


Report: China Sends Warships to Coast of Syria

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PLA dispatches vessels to “observe” US maneuvers
Paul Joseph Watson
September 5, 2013

China has reportedly sent warships to the coast of Syria to “observe” the actions of US and Russian ships as tensions build in preparation for a potential military strike on Syria which could come as soon as next week.
Image: Jinggangshan Warship
According to the Russian news outlet, the People’s Liberation Army dispatched the Jinggangshan amphibious dock landing ship and the vessel was seen passing through the Red Sea towards the Suez Canal, the waterway in Egypt that leads to the Mediterranean Sea and waters off the coast of Israel, Lebanon and Syria.
According to the report, the ship has not been sent to engage in any aggressive actions but is merely there to “observe” the actions of Russian and US warships. However, the Jinggangshan is equipped for combat, has conventional armaments and secondary cannons, and was utilized as part of a “show of force” in maneuvers aimed at defending the South China Sea earlier this year.
The report states that additional PLA warships have also been sent to the region but that their identity is unknown.
Yesterday it was reported that Russia was sending three more ships – two destroyers and a missile cruiser – to the eastern Mediterranean to bolster its forces which already include three other warships dispatched over the last two weeks.
Earlier this week, Russia criticized the United States for sending warships close to Syria, with Russian Defense Ministry official Oleg Dogayev remarking, “The dispatch of ships armed with cruise missiles toward Syria’s shores has a negative effect on the situation in the region.”
Five U.S. destroyers and an amphibious ship are currently positioned in the eastern Mediterranean awaiting strike orders. The USS Nimitz and three other warships are also stationed in the nearby Red Sea.
In a related story, China today toughened its rhetoric on Syria, warning President Barack Obama that, “Military action would have a negative impact on the global economy, especially on the oil price – it will cause a hike in the oil price.”
The Global Times, a newspaper described by Foreign Policy Magazine as “hyper nationalistic” and an “angry Chinese government mouthpiece, also published an editorial yesterday which slammed Obama for failing to prove that last month’s chemical weapons attack was the work of the Syrian government, charging that Washington’s “geopolitical interests” in the region were behind the military build-up.
The editorial, which also complains of the total lack of media coverage in America concerning reports that Syrian rebels admitted responsibility for last month’s chemical weapons attack, accuses the White House of “ignoring logic as it beats war drums.”