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The history of the Masons starting with the French Revolution and the furthering of overarching conspiracies and the beginning of the Rothchild's banking empire entwined with the goals of the Lodge.
Robert Anton WilsonÂ is author of a.o. the Illuminatus series and the father of conspiracy theory. Interview in California in 1997 where Wilson talks about the Italian Freemason movement that attempted to overthrow the Italian government as an example Â of a real conspiracy.
This short video reveals the true aims of the New World Order, which will create regional organizations that will serve on the UN Security Council in the place of their member states. By granting such power to these organizations a world government of sorts will emerge.
The EU Reform Treaty will be the first step towards implementing this worldwide government. Like the EU these regional organizations being built, most notably right now the Association of South-East Asian Nations, the African Union, and the Union of South American Nations, will all have legal personality, be run by unelected elites, and have control of the affairs of their member states.
In the U.S. the first step towards such an organization is being made with the North American Free Trade Agreement, North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation, North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation, Security and Prosperity Partnership, and Dominican Republic and Central American Free Trade Agreement. Ultimately these agreements will lead to a supranational government structure. This already has begun with the Commission for Environmental Cooperation, North American Competitiveness Council and NAFTA secretariat.
ASEAN is also writing up its new charter and it will likely include a legal personality for the group and ASEAN parliament, likely to pave the way for an EU-style supranational body.
Much like the Club of Rome plans for 10 regions of the world this ongoing movement is gaining significant ground in nine regions and a tenth may be on the verge of forming due to the six-party talks.
The full version of this video can be found in my playlist. Project Camelot interviews Richard C Hoagland.Â
Hoaglund makes a lot of waves within many worlds and he has been relentless in his search for the truth within the walls of NASA and on the surfaces of the moon and Mars.Â
The Global Intelligence News Portal
Already the most intensely-monitored country in the world, Britain is now home to a new generation of closed-circuit television cameras.
From cameras that are attached to 'spy' drones, to talking CCTV, to small wearable camera that offer real-time views Britain is moving further with surveillance technologies. Reuters technology correspondent Matt Cowan reports.Â
Fears that the UK would "sleep-walk into a surveillance society" have become a reality, the government's information commissioner has said.
Richard Thomas, who said he raised concerns two years ago, spoke after research found people's actions were increasingly being monitored.
Researchers highlight "dataveillance", the use of credit card, mobile phone and loyalty card information, and CCTV.
Monitoring of work rates, travel and telecommunications is also rising.Â
There are up to 4.5m CCTV cameras in Britain - about one for every 14 people.
But surveillance ranges from US security agencies monitoring telecommunications traffic passing through Britain, to key stroke information used to gauge work rates and GPS information tracking company vehicles, the Report on the Surveillance Society says.
It predicts that by 2016 shoppers could be scanned as they enter stores, schools could bring in cards allowing parents to monitor what their children eat, and jobs may be refused to applicants who are seen as a health risk.
Produced by a group of academics called the Surveillance Studies Network, the report was presented to the 28th International Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners' Conference in London, hosted by the Information Commissioner's Office.
The office is an independent body established to promote access to official data and to protect personal details.
A talk by James Bamford, the author of "The Puzzle Palace" and "Body of Secrets" & Chris Calabrese Program Counsel of the ACLU Technology and Liberty Project. This man has fought the government and won his case against the NSA. That takes guts.Â
Â Â Â Â The National Security Agency can be traced to the May 20, 1949, creation of theÂ Armed Forces Security AgencyÂ (AFSA). This organization was originally established within theÂ U.S. Department of DefenseÂ under the command of theÂ Joint Chiefs of Staff. The AFSA was to direct the communications and electronic intelligence activities of the U.S.Â military intelligenceÂ units: theÂ Army Security Agency, theÂ Naval Security Group, and theÂ Air Force Security Service. But the agency had little power and lacked a centralized coordination mechanism. The creation of NSA resulted from a December 10, 1951, memo sent byÂ CIAÂ DirectorÂ Walter Bedell SmithÂ to James S. Lay, Executive Secretary of theNational Security Council.Â The memo observed that "control over, and coordination of, the collection and processing of Communications Intelligence had proved ineffective" and recommended a survey of communications intelligence activities. The proposal was approved on December 13, 1951, and the study authorized on December 28, 1951. The report was completed by June 13, 1952. Generally known as the "Brownell Committee Report," after committee chairmanÂ Herbert Brownell, it surveyed the history of U.S. communications intelligence activities and suggested the need for a much greater degree of coordination and direction at the national level. As the change in the security agency's name indicated, the role of NSA was extended beyond the armed forces.
The creation of NSA was authorized in a letter written by PresidentÂ Harry S. TrumanÂ in June 1952. The agency was formally established through a revision of National Security Council Intelligence Directive (NSCID) 9 on October 24, 1952,Â and officially came into existence on November 4, 1952. President Truman's letter was itselfÂ classifiedÂ and remained unknown to the public for more than a generation.
Serious news report on the allegations against the CIA and the fabrication of the organization of Al-Queda and Osama Bin Laden. Hopefully the truth will keep coming out to the fore front and this information will be called from every mountaintop in all of the lands. Let the truth come out. Let theÂ Â deceptionÂ be know to everyone that this war and 911 was a strategic move Â by our own intelligence services and Zionist infiltration to create a global military presence. If you think the American Empire is under a different steward you are sorely mistaken. Same game, special teams.
It almost seems Â as if the paradox of running a secret spy agency in a Democracy if further convoluted by the selfish manipulations by the political elite who ran t. Rumsfeld and Bush running operations against each other while in the CIA is the most crazy crap . You can't wriite this material.
Journalist Tim Weiner discusses future President George H.W. Bush's appointment to Director of Central Intelligence under Gerald Ford.
In his balanced, and thus all the more disturbing, history of the CIA, Tim Weiner tells how an agency intended to inform the President about the world became so mired in cloak and dagger politics that the US now lacks the intelligence it needs to operate effectively on the world stage.
Why is it that the agency intended to provide us with intelligence about the world became a tool to shape our perception of that world for political purposes?
Why, for decades, did the agency acquire a shining reputation despite misreading nearly every global crisis?
How did the CIA misread Castro's Cuba, chances of victory in Vietnam, and the Soviet Union's staying power?
Mr. Weiner argues that these C.I.A. missteps have encouraged many of our gravest contemporary problems: Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, and terrorism - World Affairs Council of Oregon
Tim Weiner is a reporter for The New York Times. He has written on American intelligence for twenty years, and won the Pulitzer Prize for his work on secret national security programs. He has traveled to Afghanistan and other nations to investigate CIA covert operations firsthand.