Thursday, 7 December , 2023

secret services

Global Cyberattack: Are Private Interests Using States?

The global cyberattack, the NSA and Washington’s war propaganda against Russia By Bill Van Auken The cyberattack that hit some 200,000 computers around the world...

Syrie-Remarquable: Il y encore de responsables honnêtes en France!

Alain Juillet, ancien directeur du Renseignement au sein de la DGSE, le 22 avril 2017

Comment le renseignement se prépare à l’éventualité d’une victoire de Marine...

Une victoire de Marine Le Pen à l’élection présidentielle, le 7 mai, risque-t-elle d’entraîner un dévoiement des considérables outils de surveillance dont disposent les services...

The Provocation Just Before the Election

22 April 2017 The first round of the elections in France is being held against the backdrop of an attempt by the state and the...

Bying Everything: Money and Mossad

By Uri Blau and Judy Maltz 18 January 2017 Reports on the police investigation into suspicions of graft by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have focused on...

Berlin attack: Using “Islamic Terror” to undermine Democracy?

There is a long tradition in Germany of organizing state provocations for political purposes. In 1933, the Nazis organized the Reichstag fire and declared a semi-blind Dutch communist to be the sole perpetrator in order to crush the Communist Party and pass the Enabling Act, which sanctioned Hitler’s dictatorship.

1950-1990 Le scandale des armées secrètes de l’OTAN (Gladio)

Il s’agit en fait plus précisément des cellules stay-behind (littéralement : restés derrière), qui étaient des réseaux clandestins coordonnés par l’OTAN. Implantées dans seize pays d’Europe de l’Ouest, ces cellules visaient à combattre une éventuelle occupation par le bloc de l’Est, se tenant prêtes à être activées en cas d’invasion par les forces du Pacte de Varsovie. La plus

What is going on with WikiLeaks?

WikiLeaks director and founder of the Centre for Investigative Journalism Gavin MacFadyen has died at age 76. The cause of death is yet unknown. His ‘fellows in arms’ have flocked online to post their farewells, including WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange. “We are extremely sad to announce the death of Gavin MacFadyen, CIJ’s Founder, Director and its leading light,” the Centre for Investigative Journalism team wrote on its Twitter.

Yahoo scanned emails for US intelligence

It is not known whether the directive, which was sent to the company’s legal team, came from the National Security Agency or the FBI, according to the two former Yahoo employees. It is also not known what the intelligence officials were seeking, except wanting the company to search for a set of characters, which could mean a phrase in an email or an attachment.

Brzezinski and the US national interest – a comment from Rome

Aged but untamed, Zbigniew Brzezinski tackles the "catastrophic" situation of the US in an article that - like others in his career - is meant to create a lasting impression and perhaps go down in history. It is published in " The American Interest"