Tuesday, June 26, 2007

CIA Past Secrets, What About DIA?

While the Central Intelligence Agency aired some of its dirty laundry, more stinky federal socks remain hidden from view. However, the pungent odor from similar modern day nefarious schemes remains ever present. The "just recently" honest CIA wants citizens to trust them as they deny a European Union report on secret CIA prisons U.S. President Bush already admitted existed and continue classifying previously public information.

Meanwhile, the Pentagon and its Defense Intelligence Agency plan to wage electronic warfare which sees the democratic internet as "equivalent to an enemy weapons system." They plan to "fight the net" and suggest a viable aim is for the United States to "provide maximum control of the entire electromagnetic spectrum." The US military seeks the capability to knock out every telephone, every networked computer, every radar system on the planet.

If the U.S. meets it objective of controlling the net, what advantage does it get by "coming clean on past CIA misdeeds some 33 years after they last occurred? Did they just give themselves three eleven year periods to hide current misdeeds? Given the strategy, the benefit is in there somewhere...

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