What did you expect? Having personal experience of CIA meddling and spying on me for more than a decade, I am not surprised at all.
The CIA was created by Skull and Bones in 1947 as cover for drug and human trafficking, political assassinations and wars fomented by the global elite deep state. Operation Mockingbird has controlled the media and swayed public opinion since the 1950’s. CNN is a CIA operation founded by elitist billionaire eugenicist Ted Turner. The fact is, the CIA have their fingers in too many pies to list here.
The agency were key players in the development and propaganda behind the Rockefeller Foundation’s OPERATION LOCKSTEP, the COVID-19 bioweapon and the deadly weaponized “vaccines” via Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance.
The CIA were born out of the OSS. The agency also has deep ties to Georgetown University. The 2003 book, “Fleshing Out Skull & Bones” by journalist Kris Millegan deep dives into the elite secret society tied to many world changing events.
There were so many “Yalies” in the OSS (Office of Strategic Services) [the CIA’s predecessor] that Yale’s drinking tune, the “Whiffenpoof Song,” became an “unofficial” song of the OSS were “Bonesmen” or belonged to the other Yale senior socities.
Robert Lovett (S&B ‘18), Harriman’s childhood friend, had been tapped into Skull & Bones by Prescott Bush’s cell of ‘17 and was a director at Brown Brothers, Harriman.
From George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography:
Oct. 22, 1945, Secretary of War Robert Patterson created the Lovett Committee, chaired by Robert A. Lovett, to advise the government on the post-World War II organization of U.S. intelligence activities… The new agency would ” consult ” with the armed forces, but it must be the sole collecting agency in the field of foreign espionage and counterespionage. The new agency should have an independent budget, and its appropriations should be granted by Congress without public hearings. Lovett appeared before the Secretaries of State, War and Navy on November 14, 1945. Lovett pressed for a virtual resumption of the wartime Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in a new CIA. …The CIA was established in 1947 according to the prescription of Robert Lovett, of Jupiter Island.
Skull and Bones’ “Tomb” is decorated with skulls and filled with rooms where members are rumored to conduct macabre rituals and initiation ceremonies, one of which may include the reciting of past sexual experiences, notes journalist Ron Rosenbaum.
“You could ask Averell Harriman whether there’s really a sarcophagus in the basement and whether he and young Henry Stimson and young Henry Luce (Time Magazine) lay down naked in the coffin and spilled the secrets of their adolescent sex life to 14 fellow Bonesmen,” Rosenbaum wrote for Esquire in 1977.
The club was also sued in February 2009 by Apache Chief Geronimo’s descendants, who alleged in a federal lawsuit that the group was in possession of their ancestor’s skull – which members have posed with in group photos for decades.
The skull was stolen from Geronimo’s grave at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, by members of Skull & Bones stationed at the base. Prescott Bush allegedly played a role in the theft. The lawsuit was dismissed the following year.
Rosenbaum and a team in 2001 were able to film rituals being conducted in the inner courtyard of the “Tomb,” where members “acted out the tableau of a throat-cutting ritual murder,” according to the journalist.https://www.youtube.com/embed/ExmO8UgQL4E?feature=oembed
“Of course, there is more to Skull and Bones than the mystical mumbo-jumbo of its rituals,” Rosenbaum wrote for the New York Observer at the time. “The rituals are less important than the relationships–the bonds of power and influence that develop between Skull and Bones initiates after they graduate.”
The list of globalist/CIA actions against free people since its founding is long and tyrannical and glazed with propaganda portraying the criminal and sometimes treasonous acts of the intelligence agency in a good light. Those exposing the CIA’s crimes and criminal history are viciously and even physically attacked and murdered, like Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Gary Webb. Webb’s bombshell DARK ALLIANCE articles published in the San Jose Mercury News in 1996 exposed the fact that the CIA created the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles in 1986 to fund the Contra’s in the Iran/Contra scandal. The CIA did their best to discredit Webb to no avail. Still, as usual, there were no prosecutions for the CIA’s criminal acts. When Webb ignored warnings by the CIA not to publish a new book exposing further CIA corruption he was suicided. Gary Webb allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself twice in the head. You cannot make this up. Like the many scams and lies related to the COVID scamdemic, the CIA managed to get most of the sheeple to accept their lies. This acquiescence to the deep states lies and deception must end.
The fact is the CIA, FBI and MI6 all work together for the Anglo-American establishment aka the New World Order.
Obviously, the UN/World Economic Forum’s COVID-19 bioweapon attack on humanity and their Great Scamdemic that followed has caused the Great Awakening, much in part due to millions of activists exposing the elite’s diabolical depopulation agenda for decades.
As a result, the CIA has expanded and beefed up its massive data mining and spying on the American people. This is nothing the new. The CIA has spied on activists and Patriots exposing the New World Order agenda for decades. Now the spooks have widened their spy net to include every awakened American who may be a threat to the UN Agenda 21 globalist New World Order deindustrialization/depopulation agenda.
Senators Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Martin Heinrich (D-NM) are shining a light on the dark corners of the deep state, exposing the CIA as the muscle for the global elite, who are hell bent on destroying the economies of the world to bring in a “Great Reset”.
Build Back Better is a neo-feudal agenda to depopulate the planet by 80% by 2030. This is not my opinion. The UN and the World Economic Forum have written books and studies telegraphing their intent. The elite’s arrogance that they will never be held accountable for their crimes will be their downfall.
Humanity is waking up. The world is fast awaking to the tyrants and despots who attended Klaus Schwab’s school for “Future Global Leaders.” The elite are losing, yet they are still in a state of denial. Denial is not a river in Egypt. The jig is up.
CIA IS COLLECTING TROVE OF DATA FROM MASS SPYING ON AMERICANS, US SENATORS SAY
by RYAN MORGAN
The Central Intelligence Agency has been keeping an undisclosed repository of information, including troves of data on U.S. citizens, according to Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Martin Heinrich (D-NM) this week.
While neither the CIA nor the senators could describe the precise type and scope of data being collected on U.S. citizens, Wyden and Heinrich alleged the data trove includes the type of data collection on Americans not authorized by Congress.
Wyden and Heinrich sent a letter to Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines and CIA Director Bill Burns in April 2021 requesting the CIA’s Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB) declassify a report about the program. The senators, who are both members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, announced their letter had been declassified on Thursday along with some partially redacted CIA documents.
Wyden and Heinrich noted that concerns in recent years about U.S. intelligence spying on Americans have focused on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA), but said the CIA has its own methods for collecting data from Americans. Rather than relying on FISA, a law passed by Congress, the senators said the CIA’s bulk data collection is authorized through Executive Order 12333, which President Ronald Reagan authorized in 1981.
In their April 2021 letter, the senators state, “It is critical that Congress not legislate without awareness of a [redacted] CIA program, and that the American public not be misled into believing that the reforms in any reauthorization legislation fully cover the [intelligence community’s] collection of their records.”
On Thursday the senators said the CIA program runs “entirely outside the statutory framework that Congress and the public believe govern this collection” and has none of the judicial, congressional or even executive branch oversight that comes with FISA.
“FISA gets all the attention because of the periodic congressional reauthorizations and the release of DOJ, ODNI and FISA Court documents,” Wyden and Heinrich said, “But what these documents demonstrate is that many of the same concerns that Americans have about their privacy and civil liberties also apply to how the CIA collects and handles information under executive order and outside the FISA law. In particular, these documents reveal serious problems associated with warrantless backdoor searches of Americans, the same issue that has generated bipartisan concern in the FISA context.”
Included in the redacted documents the CIA released was a set of recommendations from PCLOB about how to improve the foreign intelligence collection programs “involving known or presumed U.S. person information.” The document states that a pop-up box appears to remind analysts that the purpose of their database searches in foreign intelligence collection but “analysts are not required to memorialize the justification for their queries” and as a result, “auditing or reviewing U.S. Person (USP) queries is likely to be challenging and time-consuming.”
The PCLOB recommendation says “it is appropriate to require analysts to provide a written justification for USP queries.”
“CIA recognizes and takes very seriously our obligation to respect the privacy and civil liberties of U.S. persons in the conduct of our vital national security mission,” Kristi Scott, the CIA’s privacy and civil liberties officer, said in a statement provided to CBS. “CIA is committed to transparency consistent with our obligation to protect intelligence sources and methods.”
In their joint statement, Wyden and Heinrich said they appreciated the PCLOB recommendations, but said the public still “deserves to know more about the collection of this information.”