They’re Baa-aaaack !!

Obama Intel, Making Stazi Great Again !!


[…]  Normally intercepts of U.S. officials and citizens are some of the most tightly held government secrets. This is for good reason. Selectively disclosing details of private conversations monitored by the FBI or NSA gives the permanent state the power to destroy reputations from the cloak of anonymity. This is what police states do.

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231 Responses to They’re Baa-aaaack !!

  1. Howie says:

    From the start I suspected Obama to be CIA. How else could his past and identity be so covered up? Some links.
    Let me preface that by saying Mike Zullo is in charge of the Cold Case Posse investigation into Barack Obama’s, in particular the birth certificate, the things around the birth certificate, and it’s basically a one man operation. Now I talked to Zullo a few weeks ago on the telephone and he indicated that Arpaio was gonna shut down the investigation last Autumn, but this whistleblower walked into Arpaio’s office basically and had information about how the — now this is what I was told; I’m not part of the investigation (unintelligible). What I’ve learned is that this whistleblower had information about, you know, how the birth certificate was produced, who might have done it, where it was done, and even pointed the finger towards CIA director John Brennan. … I think Brennan is a bad guy, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s involved in this, all the shenanigans around birth certificate.
    Hundreds more.

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    • Howie says:


      How Americas Most Powerful News Media Worked Hand in Glove with the Central Intelligence Agency and Why the Church Committee Covered It Up


    • trapper says:

      I have always believed the key to figuring out Obama is in the negative space. The dark matter. I am referring to the periods of missing time in his background. Some of it has been hinted at or has leaked out, such as his weekend layover trip to Pakistan that turned out to be MUCH longer than described. Where was he, what was he doing, and who was he meeting? And no one seems to remember him at Columbia. His grades and even the classes he took are a state secret. Fabricated cover for more bits of missing time? Add to that the apparently doctored “family photos.” Could all just be a cover-up of a lazy and lightweight mind with a race pass punching WAY above his weight. Or it could be something else. Or a combination of both.

      Next up, Paul McCartney. And don’t even get me started on Laurel Canyon.

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  2. Howie says:

    Presidential Declassification of Previously Classified Material

    “In some exceptional cases, however, the need to protect [classified] information may be outweighed by the public interest in disclosure of the information, and in these cases the information should be declassified.” This section goes on to refer to the decision of the “agency head or the senior agency official,” but the reference should probably be understood in the context of ultimate presidential control of classification and declassification decisions.
    Legal experts say that President Bush had the unquestionable authority to approve the disclosure of secret CIA information to reporters, but they add that the leak was highly unusual and amounted to using sensitive intelligence data for political gain. “It is a question of whether the classified National Intelligence Estimate was used for domestic political purposes,” said Jeffrey H. Smith, a Washington lawyer who formerly served as general counsel for the CIA.

    Did Obama himself set all this up between election and Jan. 20 while he still held presidential powers and his minions were still in place? My conclusion? Yes he did.

    My, my, my, said the spider to the fly.

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    • Howie says:

      Operative sentence…“It is a question of whether the classified National Intelligence Estimate was used for domestic political purposes,” said Jeffrey H. Smith, a Washington lawyer who formerly served as general counsel for the CIA.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      “It is a question of whether the classified National Intelligence Estimate was used for domestic political purposes,”

      Let’s talk to the 9th Circuit Court, shall we?

      The 9th Circuit ruled very recently that Bush had immunity from prosecution as President “for their alleged planning and commission of the crime of aggression against Iraq.”

      “The Ninth Circuit held that the Westfall Act, a federal law that provides domestic immunity to government officials who commit alleged wrongdoing, is broad enough to cover acts that would amount to aggression under international law.”

      (Plaintiff) “must allege something akin to a financial interest in order to litigate against domestic officials…”

      What a tangled web we weave…

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    • Patriot Lady says:

      “…question of whether the National Intelligence Estimate was used for domestic political purposes.”
      Good God, guys –if BO had the IRS target Tea Party groups, holding up applications for tax-exempt status for years, I’d be shocked if he didn’t have the CIA at his beck and call! Does the name ‘Benghazi’ ring a bell?!
      Not only does Trump have to drain the DC Swamp, he’s got to declare the whole d*mn city a toxic waste dump!


  3. Howie says:

    George Soros’ Giant Globalist Footprint in Ukraine’s Turmoil
    Over the period from 1990 to 2010 the International Renaissance Foundation provided more than $100 million in support to numerous Ukrainian non-government organizations (NGOs), community groups, academic and cultural institutions, publishing houses, etc.

    Soros is doing the same thing here. Soros footprints all over so called resistance. He is activly destabilizing our USA. He must be captured and brought to justice.

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    • bofh says:


      It’s too easy to pass over Soros as just a boogeyman. Or as just a speculator that profits by observing or predicting events. It is time (past time, in fact) to deal with him as a man who actively creates events. And we are living through one right now. The nation is being shaken violently by artificially-created events, and something will break if stability (as in “the rule of law”) is not restored very soon.


  4. JAS says:

    I’m having trouble understanding why it is so difficult to get to the bottom of the leak.

    Who requested the wire?
    Who performed the surveillance?
    Who transcribed the conversation(s)?
    Who authorized dissemination of the transcript(s)?
    Who received copies of the transcript(s)?
    Who are the staff members of the the recipients of the Transcript(s)?


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    • Sandra says:

      Does the President have the authority to demand this information? Or does Congress? Anyone? Or does intelligence operate completely autonomously without any oversight? Because they seem way out of control. I can only imagine what was going on during 8 years of Obama’s presidency.


  5. colddeadhandsyoudirtyape says:

    18 § 798 of the U.S. Code:

    Whoever knowingly and willfully communicates … or otherwise makes available to an unauthorized person, or publishes … any classified information … obtained by the processes of communication intelligence from the communications of any foreign government … shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.


  6. jeans2nd says:

    Ok, that’s it. This is war. Am dragging out MANIAC and contacting Dr. John Von Neumann and Alan Turing.

    “a computer called MANIAC (Mathematical Analyzer, Numerical Integrator and Computer) , built at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico for weapons research… and extensive calculations of the thermonuclear process…”

    shall we play a game?

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  7. unconqueredone says:

    It’s beginning to appear that the only way to reign in any of these agencies and the ilk that “work” in them is to dismantle them one by one and create a viable replacement. Easy example that may also apply to the intelligence agencies: many in the EPA are rumored to be plotting to slow walk any changes, or completely ignore them. I suspect all agencies are the same in this regard. Abolish them and create a viable replacement iff needed.


    • Tejas Rob says:

      It’s beginning to appear that the only way to reign in any of these agencies and the ilk that “work” in them is to dismantle them one by one and create a viable replacement.

      And it seems to me they have just given President Trump undeniable proof of the need to do so.


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  8. Beenthere says:

    Roger Stone is usually right on the money:


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