ON THE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE…
09/27/16 – LESTER HOLT: THE THIRD DEBATER
COMMENTS GIVEN FREELY: I don’t think Lester Holt did a good job last night as the moderator, nor do I think he did a bad job. He threw in his liberal view questions and he tried to help the Climinal as much as possible without looking ridiculous, but I believe Trump gave away many opportunities to bury Clinton. It was frustrating to watch and not scream at the TV for Trump to fire the missiles that would show how corrupt, dishonest and liar bound Climinal is. Trump let Climinal push him on his taxes (WHO FRICKIN CARES DONALD?) He let her push him on his business bankruptcies (WHO CARES DONALD?). He let her escape on Benghazi, the email scandals, the treason, the lying, the abusing women to save Billy Boy. All of these points and more Lester Holt set up for him, whether on purpose or not, for Donald to take, AND HE DIDN’T! I believe that Trump did better in the debate than others think because he was going against a seasoned, lying, practiced, corrupt politician, and he survived. He was also going against a moderator who tried to cut him off many times and Donald just kept talking. Mitt Romney did not do this. He tried to be the nice guy and he was destroyed for it. Donald in his own way controlled the conversations for the most part, but he did not fire the killing shots that could have ended the Climinal. The Climinal News Network (CNN) and all of the other libocrap news organizations owned by Climinal are talking of nothing but Trump and his lack of true facts. Give me a break, both sides were throwing in some wild statements, but where on the last Presidential debates, Candy Crowley was allowed to spew verbal vomit and correct Romney with untrue statements, Trump wouldn’t have it. He told Climinal and Holt to shut up basically a number of times while I talk. I just wish Trump would have kept the attack on Climinal and stopped trying to answer questions on his businesses that mean nothing to the American people. I don’t believe this debate changed anyone’s mind about who the were going to vote for, who they were not going to vote for, and or, who they don’t know who they are going to vote for.
09/27/16 – HOLT INTERRUPTED TRUMP WAY MORE THAN CLIMINAL IN DEBATE
ON MORE CORRUPTION AND ABUSE OF POWER BY OBAMA…
09/27/16 – PAYBACK: OBAMA ADMINISTRATION SUES PETER THIEL’S PALANTIR FOR BOGUS ‘RACIAL DISCRIMINATION’
COMMENTS GIVEN FREELY: Mr. Thiel was the gay business owner that came out in favor of Donald Trump at the RNC convention. Obama’s mad dogs have picked up the scent and are after him in a way that shows just how corrupt Obama and his minions have become. The abuse of power is obvious. Using a purely statistical model on employees to judge whether a company is being racially biased is asinine and will fail. There are hundreds of reasons why percentages of employee of any race will not meet the governments ideas. Obama said he didn’t believe in gay men or women early on, I guess he is showing statistically that that has not changed. The true biased participant here is Obama and Climinal because she follows his belief system to the letter.
ON CYBER INSECURITY, AND SPOOKY STUFF AGAINST THE COMMIES…
09/27/16 – FRANCE’S EX CYBER SPY CHIEF SPEAKS CANDIDLY ABOUT HACKING OPERATIONS
The former director of France’s cyber spy agency has spoken candidly about the recent activities and current state of French cyber espionage, admitting for the first time that France engages in offensive cyber operations. Between 2006 and 2013, Bernard Barbier was director of the technical division of the General Directorate for External Security, France’s external intelligence agency, which is commonly known as DGSE. During his tenure at DGSE, the organization’s technical division witnessed unprecedented financial and administrative growth. Today it is said to employ over 2500 people, nearly half of DGSE’s total personnel.
Earlier this month, Barbier was interviewed on stage during a symposium held by the CentraleSupélec, a top French engineering university based in Paris. He spoke with surprising candor about France’s cyber espionage operations. In the first part of his interview, which can be watched on YouTube, he recounted the history of what he described as “France’s cyber army”. He said that France began to build “teams of hackers” in 1992. Around that time, the DGSE purchased an American-built Cray supercomputer, said Barbier, and soon discovered that it could use the machine’s immense computing power to break passwords. More recently, said the former cyber spy chief, the DGSE has been trying to “catch up” with its American and British counterparts, the National Security Agency and the Government Communications Headquarters, by increasing its annual budget to over half a billion and hiring hundreds of young hackers. Many of these new employees have little to no university education, said Barbier, and are instead self-taught, having started hacking in their teenage years.
Like most governments, France will not officially admit to conducting offensive cyber operations using computer hacking and other techniques. But Barbier said during his interview that France was behind an offensive cyber operation that targeted Iran in 2009. He added that the DGSE has also directed cyber operations against Canada, Ivory Coast, Algeria, Norway, as well as its European Union partners Spain and Greece. He also complained that French government executives do not understand the importance of cyber operations and are not aiming high enough when it comes to planning, direction and hiring. The DGSE’s technical division still needs between 200 and 300 more staff members, Barbier argued in his interview.
09/27/16 – U.S. SPY AGENCIES ARE SIGNIFICANTLY EXPANDING OPERATIONS AGAINST RUSSIA
American intelligence agencies are diverting counterterrorist resources to Russian accounts, prompting some commentators to describe the move as the greatest expansion of spy operations against Russia since the Cold War. In a leading article published on Wednesday, The Washington Post’s Greg Miller cites unnamed United States officials in describing “a shift in resources across spy services”. The shift allegedly reflects an increasing emphasis on Russia, with many of the resources coming from accounts focusing on terrorism threats and war zones in the Middle East and Central Asia, which were created in the aftermath of 9/11.
In contrast to the Cold War, when US intelligence agencies devoted most of their resources to the Soviet Union and its allies around the world, today the US Intelligence Community designates “at most 10 percent” of its budget on espionage targeting Russia, according to Miller. But this is now beginning to change, he says, as the Office of the Director of National Intelligence has now “moved Russia up the list of intelligence priorities for the first time since the Soviet Union’s collapse” in 1991. This move, which reflects current national-security priorities in the White House, will have a spiraling effect on the resources devoted to Russia by every American intelligence agency. There will be more human intelligence collection conducted by the CIA against Russian targets, more attention paid by the National Security Agency to Russian communications, and more reconnaissance activity over Russia by satellites operated by the National Reconnaissance Office, among other changes.
This change in direction comes after a prolonged period of tension between Washington and Moscow, which has been marked by America’s intervention in North Africa during the Arab Spring, which Moscow strongly objected to, Russia’s annexation of Crimea, the Syrian Civil War, and numerous instances of cyber espionage. As a result, says Miller, “surging tensions now cut across nearly every aspect of the US-Russia relationship”. He adds that some voices in Washington have raised concerns about the slow response by the US Intelligence Community to Russia’s resurgence as a world actor, especially in Eastern Europe and the Middle East. He quotes one unnamed senior US intelligence official as saying that American spy agencies are now “playing catch-up big time with Russia”. However, some US officials stress that, given the level of reduction in US intelligence capabilities targeting Russia since 1991, it will take years to rebuild them. Regardless, they say, there is no desire in Washington to return to Cold War levels of intelligence activity any time soon.
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