News you may have missed #482

  • Kissinger wants US spy for Israel freed. Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is urging President Barack Obama to release Jonathan Pollard, an American convicted of spying on the US for Israel 24 years ago. He has sent Obama a letter, in which he writes “I believe justice would be served by commuting” Pollard’s life sentence.
  • MI5 short of surveillance officers says minister. A senior British official has revealed MI5 does not have enough spies to allow it to increase its counterintelligence surveillance, as per government plans. Security Minister Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones said the Security Service needed to recruit and train more surveillance officers.
  • US spy agencies lack fluent bilingual speakers. Many Americans don’t learn a second or a third language from birth, let alone a language that the CIA or US Foreign Service might want. The situation has forced US government agencies to learn how to cultivate the most talented second-language speakers from among college students with little to no other-language expertise.

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2 Responses to News you may have missed #482

  1. David Fulton says:

    Spying is huge buisness since privatization.Hype threats,execute False Flag Operations,expand & hire more operatives (Rinse , Lather ,Repeat)…Kissenger is Israeli (Also a Bildberg Member).He has always driven agendas against our National Security’s Interest.That is why he was first chosen by fellow Co Conspirator ,G.W.BUSH,to head the 911 Commission.His request was turned down,so another collaborator was chosen (Zelicow).Here in S.E. Asia,they rotate spys in training,for brief periods in each countries.If you stay her long enough you get to see the same faces stay from usually a couple of weeks to a few months.they return again & again.Their financial stories don’t match up.They usually don’t spend much time,if any,at their stated professions.But they always have enough money to travel & live. ……..DAVID

  2. Joshua Engelman says:

    People will take you more seriously if you
    1) cite any sources
    2) put spaces between your words
    3) use spell check for heaven’s sake

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