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07 March 2017

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Babak Makkinejad

"he idea is that the alphabets are recording every second of our lives should we operate devices, or computers."

Think of an Being so Vast in Potentiality and so Unfathomable in Intelligence that it could have preserved every instance of our being in some manner; to be reassembled into ourselves when His Purpose is achieved.

The Powers of Men are analogous of the Powers of God; as a Shadow is to Light.

Babak Makkinejad

They were "Unsafe At Any Speed".

And why drive with a stick-shift when you can have an automatic?

smoke

Has anyone seen any recent follow up on the attempted hack by DHS of Georgia's voter database in November, a few days after the election? PCWorld and several others reported in December the complaint of Georgia's Secretary of State. The only follow up I have found is at redstate, from late January. It reports that the DHS Inspector General is investigating, after DHS offered a changing series of explanations.

Did this story get buried beneath the more spectacular Trump/ Russia drip of innuendo? Can this hack be explained by a rogue contractor, as DHS seems inclined to do? Or is it an indicator of a very casual attitude toward the legal limits on the acquisition and use of cyber intelligence within some corners of government?

http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2017/01/26/dhs-ig-investigating-attempted-dhs-hack-georgias-voting-system/

Cee

David KNZ,

Michael Hastings

CSPAN interview

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iIyWu6350lA

https://youtu.be/Ap3Sa9wuSn8

The Beaver

FYI: Nigel Farage (Trump's buddy) visited the Ecuadorian Embassy yesterday.

For sure, not for partaking some t'anta wawa as November 2nd is long past !

William R. Cumming

Evidence mounting that the leak source was a CIA contractor!

DavidKNZ


From "The Operators" by Michael Hastings, Page 64

Dave came up to me. “You’re not going to Fuck us, are you?”
I answered what I always answer: “I'm going to write a story; some of the stuff you’ll like, some of the stuff you probably won’t like.”

Jake came up to me. “Well hunt you down and kill you if we don't like what you write,” he said. “C. will hunt you down and kill you."

I looked at Jake. He had what I’d heard people in the military call retired colonel syndrome. A certain inferiority complex and bitterness about not rising to the rank of general.

"Well, I get death threats like that about once a year, so no worries.” I wasn’t that disturbed by the claim. Whenever I’d been reporting around groups of dudes whose job it was to kill people, one of them would usually mention that they were going to kill me. I went outside to have a cigarette.

Duncan joined me. How’s things, old chap?” “Pretty good; this is really cool. By the way, Jake just threatened to kill me.” Duncan’s face dropped. “What?” “No, no worries, dude, I took it as a joke, and it’s not the first time.”
“He should not have said that,” Duncan said. “'Ihat’s not how to deal with the press.”

Imagine

And it worked out so well in India.

William R. Cumming

N.B. Anew DNI appointed-former Senator Dan Coates.

Does the DNI get reports from the members of the IC and their contractors as to cyber security breeches and failures? What is the authority for investigating these breeches and failures?

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