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Exclusive, Must Read!!! Part 4: Former KGB Colonel Victor Kalashnikov on the Snowden Affair, Russian Penetration of Western Countries, and the Secret History of the Second World War
August 2, 2013 – 8:39 pm EST | 7 Comments
Exclusive, Must Read!!! Part 4: Former KGB Colonel Victor Kalashnikov on the Snowden Affair, Russian Penetration of Western Countries, and the Secret History of the Second World War

By: J.R. Nyquist In Part 3 of this series former KGB analyst Victor Kalashnikov criticized the West’s academic experts on Russia. He said that these experts have never understood that Lenin was a “practical politician who discovered new methods for power.” According to Kalashnikov there is “a tremendous chain of continuity across all the ideologies […]

KeyWiki Needs You!!!
August 2, 2013 – 5:14 am EST | One Comment
KeyWiki Needs You!!!

KeyWiki needs YOU!!! From a recent donor: Please let me say that I believe in this (KeyWiki.org) absolute best endeavor to date of exposing politicians in the U.S. I’ve told many others about your site and sent them there to read your findings. I believe that without your research, many people would never know what […]

“Leaky” Leahy Grills NSA – When is Someone Going to Call this Guy Out?
August 2, 2013 – 2:52 am EST | 2 Comments
“Leaky” Leahy Grills NSA – When is Someone Going to Call this Guy Out?

Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has been leading the charge to end the National Security Agency’s ability to collect and store communications metadata. From the Vermont Digger: At Senate Hearings on Wednesday, Leahy, who recently introduced legislation to rein in these programs, honed in on the NSA’s phone record collection program, which was […]

Chinese Telecoms Giant Denies Spy Claims – Spokesman Hospitalized as Trousers Spontaneously Combust
August 2, 2013 – 12:53 am EST | No Comment
Chinese Telecoms Giant Denies Spy Claims – Spokesman Hospitalized as Trousers Spontaneously Combust

Those calling for the NSA to be stripped of its limited powers to gather communications metadata, should be aware that Russia and China are both involved in communications interception on a massive scale – and they don’t need warrants to read your mail. From MSNNZ: Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has hit back at allegations by […]