Archive for July 1, 2013


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2013 FEATURES

Food Fight: Feminists and Femivores
Is slow food about politics, privilege, or oppression?
By Rebecca Burns

Geoengineers Gone Wild
Techno-entrepreneurs are funding sci-fi solutions to global warming.
By Anthony Mangini

In Defense of Dessert: The Case Against Austerity
Why cutting down doesn’t pay off.
By Chris Lehmann

The Expendables: How the Temps Who Power Corporate Giants Are Getting Crushed
Hundreds of thousands of blue-collar workers are stuck in low-wage temp jobs, despite working for America’s largest companies.
By Michael Grabell, Propublica

Obama’s Dirty War on Journalism
Despite a facade of openness, the president has sought to crack down on ‘inconvenient’ reporting.
By David Sirota

Humanity’s Oldest Story
The White House claims unprecedented authority over drone strike assassinations.
By David Sirota

WORKING IN THESE TIMES

The Supervisor From Hell Gets a Pass From SCOTUS
The Supreme Court decision that you didn’t hear about—and how it could make life much more difficult for workers facing harassment on the job.
By Michelle Chen

UPRISING

The Public Broadcasters’ Revolt
This month, with zero debate, the Greek government shut down the only public broadcasting station, but the workers haven’t left.
By Kristen Han

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Current issue: July 2013

… what Brazilians want; why the Turks are protesting; Syria’s growing tragedy; Kuwaitiswithout a name; Portugal, where is the sun?Greece, what next for the left? US, get in, then get on; South Korea special – Samsung, a state in itself; cashing in Gangnam-style … and also the online ads we helped create; footie figures it out … and more…

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Booz Allen Hamilton: What You Don’t Know About Snowden’s Former Employer

Submitted by TommyPaine

Let’s take another trip down the rabbit hole, shall we? Lost in the Edward Snowden debate is a critical look at his former employer, the company doing the spying on Americans in the first place: Booz Allen Hamilton.

Booz Allen Hamilton is a government contractor, with 99% of its revenue coming from the US government. Not only does it receive money from the NSA, but also the US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Marine Corps, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and … the IRS. In addition, Booz Allen is heavily connected to the CIA.

Booz Allen Hamilton is owned by…the Carlyle Group.

One of the big investors in the Carlyle Group was the Bin Laden family in Saudi Arabia. Yeah … THAT Bin Laden family. And instrumental in being the “go between” for Carlyle/Bin Laden was a guy by the name of George H. W. Bush. Maybe you’ve heard of him?

The CEO of the Carlyle Group (remember, they OWN Booz Allen Hamilton) is Frank Carlucci. Mr. Carlucci has quite a resume:

Nixon Administration – Director of the Office for Economic Opportunity (the “War on Poverty” — and a great place to decide who gets government contracts)

Reagan Administration – National Security Advisor and Secretary of Defense (Donald Rumsfeld is Carlucci’s protoge)

He is or has been with the Project for a New American Century and a member of the Board of Trustees for the RAND Corporation, a CIA front that develops policies that the Military Industrial Complex then carries out.

Among the individuals involved in running BoozAllen Hamilton, we have:

James Clapper – current Director of National Intelligence (DNI), head of NSA, the man who lied to Congress about the fact that NSA is actively spying on Americans, is a former executive

Mike McConnell – a current executive of the company, had Clapper’s job (DNI) during George W. Bush’s administration (keep it in the family, eh?) — he worked for Booz Allen before Bush, then worked for Bush, then back to Booz Allen after Bush

James Woolsey – former CIA Director, current executive (see Jan Helfeld’s interview of Mr. Woolsey where it becomes clear that Woolsey has no interest in discussing principles, only war)

Melissa Hathaway – former executive, also worked for McConnell during the Bush administration

Ian Brzezinski – former executive, son of Zbigniew Brzezinski, co-founder of the Trilateral Commission with David Rockefeller, central figure in the NWO crowd, and mastermind of Operation Cyclone

Dov Zakheim – this character is … unbelievable:

1993 – His company, System Planning Corporation, had a subsidiary called Tridata Corporation, which was the company that “oversaw” the investigation of the 1993 WTC bombing

2000 – Part of the neocon Project for a New American Century, he is co-author of “Rebuilding America’s Defenses,” in which he is credited with the infamous line, “… some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.”

 For more on this story, click through here to Daily Paul…

 

If America is your ally you have no need for an enemy. 

        Germany the most spied on country by the US

                           

                                      Angela before Prism exposed

                     

          Angela hears the truth about Obama and prepares to retaliate

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