thanks to the full leak of stratfor
I'm headed to the National Archives mid-week. These are newly processed Army Investigative files from the 40s and 50s that will be opened to the public shortly but are not yet on the public shelfs.
Let me know if anything POPS out. One of the files deals with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and contains an agreement with Nazi Germany. The Arab states took in alot of Nazis after the war. Please keep this list to yourself.
files on Israeli Intelligence Collection Methods and Israeli Intelligence Service in Germany are still classified. I could get them opened. What do you think? the files are all Army CIC which operated post wwII
TITLE LAST NAME FIRST NAME PREFIX NUMBER pages
* Abakunov Victor D 270423 10
* Abdeslam Mohamed ben Ahmed ben D 229393 6
* Abdeslam Mohamed ben Ahmed ben D 229393 8
* Abetz Otto D 191918 9
* Abs Herman XE 010085 c. 150 and the rest you can find here
Now the ruling mullah's have ordered that all websites remove links to Facebook and Twitter - including several government sites and an official state news agency which had the links.
The ruling was made under Article 21-Item D of Iran's cyber crime code which relates to 'general comfort and security' on the Internet.
It was not stated what the punishment would be for accessing the sites, but last November Facebook activist Sattar Beheshti died in custody after being arrested by the Iranian cyber police for criticizing the regime on hi
James Aitken, formerly involved in overseas development, said "sleepers" may have been placed "ready to be activated as required".
Scotland would be at a "considerable disadvantage" in the negotiations that would follow a Yes vote, Mr Aitken wrote in The Scottish Review.
Scottish negotiators with little international experience other than fish talks and a few trade missions would face a "formidable" team ready to secure the best deal for the remainder of the UK, he said.
The UK may also get help from US intelligence agents keen to safeguard the UK nuclear deterrent, he said, while the best Scottish negotiators could hope for is a few "spilled beans" from Whitehall.
He said: "It's a fair bet that any paper produced on independence by St Andrew's House will be circulating in Whitehall's red boxes within 24 hours, along with reports on discussions in private office and ministerial exchanges. "Sigint (signal intelligence) can provide access to the computer system while Humint (human intelligence) will fill in the gaps.
the problem with sleepers is that they seem more loyal than all the others or that they seem like all the others which makes everybody too loyal suspicious and all the others suspicious so everybody is suspicious of each other
Paris, 7 février 2013 – Le commissaire De Gucht est actuellement au Canada, dans le but de conclure CETA, l'accord commercial Canada-UE. Par la même occasion, il a entamé les négociations avec les États-Unis sur TAFTA, un nouvel « accord commercial » USA-Europe. La Quadrature du Net rappelle qu'il n'existe toujours aucune preuve tangible démontrant que les sanctions pénales et dispositions répressives ont été retirées de CETA. Il y a fort à parier que ces mesures ACTA-esques, dangereuses pour un Internet libre, réapparaîtront dans TAFTA. Karel De Gucht, qui a déjà ouvertement menti aux citoyens et au Parlement européen durant les débats sur ACTA, pourrait une fois encore faire pression pour imposer des mesures répressives portant atteinte aux libertés fondamentales à la faveur d'accords commerciaux. Les citoyens doivent rester vigilants et dénoncer cette tendance croissante.
On Wednesday, the European Commission suspended efforts to ratify the new international anti-counterfeiting agreement known as ACTA. Critics claim ACTA is a draconian measure that would effectively end freedom of the Internet, and fundamentally change the Internet as we know it.
The commission’s choice to suspend efforts to ratify ACTA is seen by many as a direct result of a relentless campaign directed by Anonymous hacktivists both in the streets of Europe and on the Internet.
this doesn't mean that the battle is over
it can come by another name or in another agreement or something like that
https://www.google.be/search?q=site%3Abelsec.skynetblogs.be&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a#q=site:belsec.skynetblogs.be&hl=nl&newwindow=1&safe=off&client=firefox-a&hs=qGI&tbo=d&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&source=lnt&tbs=qdr:w&sa=X&psj=1&ei=LZAKUcD3EOaR0QXl-IGgDA&ved=0CB0QpwUoAw&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&bvm=bv.41642243,d.d2k&fp=b204c6e8007e1374&biw=1235&bih=791 (should give all the articles of the last week)
https://www.google.be/search?q=site%3Abelsec.skynetblogs.be&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a#q=site:belsec.skynetblogs.be&hl=nl&newwindow=1&safe=off&client=firefox-a&hs=Gwc&tbo=d&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&source=lnt&tbs=qdr:d&sa=X&psj=1&ei=NJAKUZO9JOOm0AWuzYGIAw&ved=0CBwQpwUoAg&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.r_qf.&bvm=bv.41642243,d.d2k&fp=b204c6e8007e1374&biw=1235&bih=791 (should give all the articles of the last day)
than you take the most recent one and you read it in the cache
and you look at the date of the last posting
than you go back to your google results and you get a posting for the day before that and so on
this way you leave less traces - if that is your goal
or It seems that I am blocked in some enterprises and administrations - but with Googlecache you can sometimes bypass them (translate is sometimes another way to do that)
this is easier if you have a Google account
the second revolution in Egypt live (even if the army gets in, too many dead and wounded to stop it)
will Said be the first city to fall again
the army has been send over
for the moment they are throwing stones to the protestors throwing stones (strange that is to see policemen throwing stones to protestors - explaining the hundreds of injured)
see also the laser battles trying to blind the policemen and camera's
You also have to remember that the battle is with one of the best trained groups of hooligangs and that is goes around a slaughter between the two biggest hooligang groups in Egypt and that they won't go away from a battle with the police - who fears them
the groups may seem small, but these guys know how to fight together, when to retreat and when and how to attack together - such groups are more dangerous in street battles than big chaotic masses where it is easier to produce mass retreats and create chaos and fear and uncertainty
it is stupid to make a film is which fiction is trying to be even more outrageous than the nonfiction of the truth and the reality already is (linking it with documents from Iran for example)
it is stupid to not only romanticize the figures - which is normal in any movie - but also to distort the truth in such a way that it looks as if it has been written by a bad amateur propagandist for the US department of Justice
it is stupid to neglect the criticism on the script from the wikileaks movement and not be able to adjust when you have gone too far
that is three times stupid enough
there are tens of arguments and criticism that you can make against wikileaks and assange but there are also tens of arguments and facts that you can mention that are supportive or understanable of Wikileaks
a good film - the next one - needs to find the balance between both and will already be astonishing for most of the public if one sticks to the facts
and also wikileaks is not only about Assange but also about all the other leakers and activists
well just as some french fortunes are coming to Belgium to pay less taxes
we will be welcoming soon British based industries and services who will need an office in the Eurozone and the European Community in case the UK in 4 years from here (but what is that for a business) pulls or gets out of the EC or is considered as practically not part of it or not relevant anymore (and so has no power on the decisionprocess). And you know as a business that to have power you need to have investments in the countries that can influence the decisionprocess. And as the UK will have less it becomes less interesting....
so you will now see the first plans getting made to set up first small offices on the EC mainland or to move production or further development to the mainland - beginning with financial services
shooting yourself in the foot either way you interpret this speech by Cameron
well, it will make the decisionprocess inside Europe much more simple and maybe now we will be able to move forward from the onlyfreemarketmodel (that nearly killed it) to a functional fully democratic union with the normal democratic oversight and elections for every level (this includes the Commission)
have a cup of tea and enjoy brussels, heart of Europe
True, customers of the site are temporarily inconvenienced, but democracy is often messy and inconvenient. Moreover, the voice of your fellow citizen should always be worth slowing down to hear for a moment. Exposure to new or differing views enriches us all. Such was the case with the 2010 PayPal DDoS protest.
Or it was … until the United States government decided to serve 42 warrants and indict 14 protesters. While protest charges have typically been seen as tantamount to nuisance crimes, like trespassing or loitering, these were different. The 14 PayPal defendants, some of whom were teenagers when the protest occurred, find themselves looking at 15 years in federal prison – for exercising their free speech rights; for redressing their grievances to PayPal, a major corporation; for standing up for what they believed was right.
Instead of being handed a $50 fine, as one would face for traditional protest crimes such as a sit-in, the PayPal defendants' freedoms are in real jeopardy. To address this situation, there was some more traditional, yet still modern speech aimed at the White House. An online petition has been launched, asking that DDoS be treated as speech – a concept I wholeheartedly support. Being mindful that all protest must be reasonable in time, place, and manner, I believe that there is room in cyberspace, indeed in the world, for this type of protest activity.
The example of the PayPal protest provides a good analogy for why DDoS is speech. In the 1960s, civil rights protesters went to the Woolworth's lunch counter in the segregated American south because they sought to make a point by asserting their right to buy a simple meal – much as protesters went to PayPal because they wanted to donate to WikiLeaks. In Woolworth's, the protesters made plain their goal: "If you serve me a meal, I will eat it, pay for it, and then I will leave." This concept was lost on the Jim Crow south, so protest became necessary.
but than it should like a protest movement offline
* not as the first thing to do
* publicly announced as such
* with a political manifesto (not just ddos this and that because I just feel like it)
* without the hacking and online vandalism
* not by using criminal botnets or automated infrastructure
* there are places offline where it is forbidden to protest for democratic reasons (parliament) or for securityreasons (nuclear and military sites). If we take the same reasoning. You could ddos the public informationsite of the army (like the publicinformationoffice of the army in a shopping mall) but not the website of the armybase, the website for the promotion of the nuclear industry would be ok but the website of the nuclear installation would not) in certain cities certain shopping malls and streets are also out of the question so how do you do that online ?
* without putting security-infrastructure out of order by overloading it (the security of all and our data is always more important than the protest of the active minority). For example ddossing a critical verificationapplication for creditcards would not be acceptable if you could ddos the homepage of the creditcardcompany because you don't agree that they still work with pedophile and neonazi websites for example or should give 1% of their turnover to charities or whatever
* that is should be possible to discuss the demands and if there is some agreement to put off the protest or put it on hold
(hi anti-ddos firms will like this - as will socialmedia observation firms)
free speech is not totaly free and protests are free but they have certain reglementations
the expose operation of anonymous is about exposing false flag operations - which means that it isn't what it is but for conspirational persons always mean that it is the state, the military, the big corporations, the zionists, the secret services and before I forget the supermysteric sec illiminati
just boring stuff that is maybe a false flag itself to show how stupid, weird and paranoid they are, having lost all their normal critical senses of debate, arguments and fact
because if you look to the things that are false flags, you just can look in disbelief : 9-11, Oklahama, well maybe also father christmas
this kind of thing is no different from the church of scientology - stupid and creepy and paranoid
there are many more important things to keep yourself occupied with, things in which you can change the way the world works and things in which you can really help or support people
that is why it is probably a false flag, a diversion
keep them occupied with stupid things instead of re-organizing their operations and Occupy and Idle No more and other things on the ground that are much more important than the self-promoting priests of their own churches of paranoid worldviews
The women say they were victims of officers who infiltrated groups of political activists.
The High Court ruling means evidence relating to the management of Mark Kennedy, exposed in 2011, is less likely to become public.
The women want damages for emotional, psychiatric and financial losses.
A total of 11 women and one man have announced their intention to sue over the activities of five former undercover officers.
The most well-known former officer, Mark Kennedy, infiltrated environmental groups. His involvement with one group led to the collapse of a trial of protesters who had been accused of plotting to shut down a coal-fired power station. The officer switched sides, offering to appear for the defence.
If the case is dealt with by the IPT they will be denied access to justice and may never discover why they were thus violated by the state”
As well as Mr Kennedy, the officers include Mark Jacobs, who infiltrated a group of Welsh anarchist
this to make them vulnerable, to get more information, to gain confidence and so on
typical for spies but for police officers, even investigators ?
maybe they should employ whores next time