CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)

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The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is a civilian foreign intelligence service of the United States federal government, tasked with gathering, processing and analyzing national security information from around the world, primarily through the use of human intelligence (HUMINT). As one of the principal members of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), the CIA reports to the Director of National Intelligence and is primarily focused on providing intelligence for the President and Cabinet.

Unlike the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), which is a domestic security service, CIA has no law enforcement function and is mainly focused on overseas intelligence gathering, with only limited domestic collection. Though it is not the only U.S. government agency specializing in HUMINT, CIA serves as the national manager for coordination and deconfliction of HUMINT activities across the entire intelligence community. Moreover, CIA is the only agency authorized by law to carry out and oversee covert action on behalf of the President, unless the President determines that another agency is better suited for carrying out such action.[1][2][3][4] It can, for example, exert foreign political influence through its tactical divisions, such as the Special Activities Division.[5]

Suspicious private corporations associated with the CIA

Deagel

Deagel's own website.[6]

Predict the loss of 78% of the United States population by 2025.

Deagel is largely an American contractor with ties into the U.S. Navy, the NSA and the CIA through Stratfor.

DynCorp

By 2003, roughly half of DynCorp's business came from managing the IT departments of the Pentagon, including the CIA.

DynCorp represents nothing less than the future of national security. While outfits like Raytheon make their money developing weapons systems, DynCorp offers the military an alternative to itself. In 2002, the company took in $2.3 billion doing what you probably thought was Pentagon work. DynCorp planes and pilots fly the defoliation missions that are the centerpiece of Plan Colombia. Armed DynCorp employees constitute the core of the police force in Bosnia. DynCorp troops protect Afghan president Hamid Karzai. DynCorp manages the border posts between the US and Mexico, many of the Pentagon's weapons-testing ranges, and the entire Air Force One fleet of presidential planes and helicopters. During the Persian Gulf War, it was DynCorp employees, not soldiers, who serviced and rearmed American combat choppers, and it's DynCorp's people, not military personnel, who late last year began "forward deploying" equipment and ammunition to the Middle East in preparation for war with Iraq. DynCorp inventories everything seized by the Justice Department's Asset Forfeiture Program, runs the Naval Air Warfare Center at Patuxent River, Maryland, and is producing the smallpox and anthrax vaccines the government may use to inoculate everyone in the United States.

From Wired

Stratfor

The CIA has to spend thousands of dollars a month to have an agent in, say, Teheran or Peshawar to monitor local newspapers or political developments that we can find on the Internet within a few hours," Friedman claims to a visitor at Stratfor's downtown Austin offices.

(From The Shadow CIA, quote by George Friedman, founder and CEO of Stratfor)

They are also documented as having an intimate relationship over the murder and subsequent coverup of the details on Osama bin Laden's death.[7]

Former and/or Current employees/contractors connected to Pizzagate/Pedogate

  • William Bundy - a pivotal CIA analyst for nine years in the 1950s, who became the Agency liaison to the National Security Council
  • Dr. John Gittinger Sr. (November 1, 1917 - October 19, 2003) was the Chief Psychologist of World-Wide Operations for the CIA between 1950 to 1978
  • Sidney Gottlieb (born Joseph Scheider, August 3, 1918 - March 7, 1999) - was a chemist and intelligence officer born to Jewish Hungarian immigrants best known for his involvement in the CIA's assassination attempts in the 1950s and 1960s, MKULTRA mind control program, and for bringing LSD to the CIA.
  • Finland's Finance Minister Alexander Stubb and his father Göran Stubb
While reviewing the open case file on this human smuggling sex ring, this report continues, Finnish reporters Katri Ikävalko and Anne Vihavainen were, also, briefed by FSB investigators on Federation documents alleging that Finland’s Finance Minister Alexander Stubb is a CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) operative whose father, Göran Stubb, was, also, employed by the CIA and whose workings with the American National Hockey League (NHL) allowed him access to many foreign nations, including Russia, to pay off media figures and support subversion. [8][9]
  • Mary Sue Conaway [10] worked for NPFS, worked at the embassy in the Dominican Republic at the time of the earthquake - had the title of 'Abduction Chief' (Office of Children's Issues) at the US State Department - Silsby claimed she had authorization from an 'unnamed Dominican official' - she was in charge of the orphanage's secret task force [11] - according to Pakistan's intelligence files she's a CIA operative [12]
see: Laura Silsby
- 7Jan1986 - murder - Juan Mendez - Born in 1952... Arms merchant at Fabrique National (FJ) whose Peruvian predecessor fled Belgium after it was found out he worked for the CIA and was involved in the illegal arms and drug trade. Involved with the fascist underground since the late 1970s and was tested to be introduced to higher circles by Bouhouche. Part of Bouhouche's group to some day conduct a terror-extortion campaign against warehouses. Interrogated several weeks before his murder about his connection to Douglas Stowell, a rich American who apparently was working for or with the CIA in Iran-Contra affair. One MP5 machine gun stolen from the Diana Group was found at his home after he was killed. Almost certainly murdered by Madani Bouhouche, who took order from Front de la Jeunesse and the Westland New Post.
  • Alex Karp - CIA's venture capital arm, In-Q-Tel, provided much of the initial funding for Palantir Technologies[14], and for much of its life and at least until 2013, the heart of Palantir was in contracts that it possessed with agencies within the US government. Alex Karp is the current CEO of Palantir Technologies
  • The Finders - January 3, 1994: Aftermath of "Tallahassee Incident" - As the case was dropped so quickly by the D.C. police, it was asserted that perhaps the two Finders members were also part of the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). Leader of the Finders, Marion Pettie, would come forward to their defense, however. Pettie would claim the organization had no ties to Satanic Ritual Abuse or child pornography. - March 4, 1994: CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) is outed by insiders in connection to the Finders

note: (Max Maccoby's sister Nora): from voat user redberries: 80% of Comet Ping Pong neighborhood are CIA operatives (Interview with Nora Maccoby)

* 80% of Comet Ping Pong neighborhood are Central Intelligence Agency operatives [Interview with Nora Maccoby] [14] [15]

note: 19Dec2013 [14] - Amazon, The Washington Post and That $600 MIllion CIA Contract - It has been a tough few weeks for The Washington Post.

- "... rough couple days for The Washington Post. Word emerged that hackers invaded its internal system—for a few days, no less—all of its staffers had to change their passwords...related to news that Amazon, under the Post’s new owner, Jeff Bezos, recently secured a $600 million contract from the CIA... That’s at least twice what Bezos paid for the Post this year. Bezos recently disclosed that the company’s Web-services business is building a private cloud for the CIA to use for its data needs...at a minimum, the Post needs to disclose its CIA link whenever it reports on the agency..."

Raymond Allen Davis incident

Raymond Allen Davis is a former United States Army soldier, private security firm employee, and contractor with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).[16] On January 27, 2011, Davis killed two reportedly armed men in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Although the U.S. government contended that he was protected by diplomatic immunity because of his employment with the U.S. Consulate in Lahore, Davis was jailed and criminally charged by Pakistani authorities with double murder and the illegal possession of a firearm.[17][18][19] A car coming to aid Davis killed a third Pakistani man, Ibadur Rahman, in a "hit and run" while speeding on the wrong side of the road.[20] On March 16, 2011, Davis was released after the families of the two killed men were paid $2.4 million in diyya (a form of monetary compensation or blood money). Judges then acquitted him on all charges and Davis immediately departed Pakistan.[21][22][23][24]

Stratfor details on the case

According to emails from the Secure mail list at Stratfor, the initial two victims shot by Raymond Davis were actually members of the ISI's surveillance unit, the Pakistani intelligence agency's section to track foreign intelligence agents.[25] Apparently Raymond Davis worked for "Ground Branch", the covert special operations arm of the CIA. It seems likely these individuals got too close to Davis' cover and he decided to kill the agents shadowing him. To this day the United States mainstream media proliferates the idea that Raymond Davis randomly killed these two, completely ordinary motorcyclists in self-defense, with much emphasis on how innocent the motorcyclists were.[26] Apparently Raymond Davis was in the process of trailing the courier which led the CIA to Osama bin Laden's compound that was raided in 2011, leading to Osama bin Laden's death.[27]

Records of human rights abuses released by the CIA

On January 17, 2017, 12 million documents were released by the CIA to the general public. Among them were a long collection of documents on MKULTRA, MKOFTEN, and other unorthodox experiments and operations carried out by the CIA. Here are listed just a small number of those documents which pertain to human rights violations and other criminal activities.

- (wiki: [28]) The Family Jewels is the informal name used to refer to a set of reports that detail activities conducted by the United States CIA. Considered illegal or inappropriate, these actions were conducted over the span of decades, from the 1950s to the mid-1970s. Bill Colby, who was the CIA director in the mid-1970s and helped in the compilation of the reports, dubbed them the "skeletons" in the CIA's closet. Most of the documents were publicly released on June 25, 2007, after more than three decades of secrecy. The non-governmental National Security Archive had filed a FOIA request fifteen years earlier.

"Ground Branch"

Ground Branch is the covert, special operations arm of the CIA. They have been involved in world-changing events.

Surveillance of Osama bin Laden

Ground Branch had two weeks of surveillance footage of Osama bin Laden at his compound just before the raid which killed him in 2011.[29][30] This knowledge, however, was kept secret from the public by the CIA so that President Barack Obama appeared to have played a more effective role in the operation.[31] Ground Branch was subsequently active on the ground during the raid and met "DevGru" (Seal Team Six) at the compound.[32]

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