From the February 2010 Idaho Observer:
Ron Paul says "take out the CIA!" while NSA goes to bed with Google
by Aaron Hudlemeyer
A new movement toward strengthening cyber-security is taking place between the NSA and Google since the internet Giant announced last month that the Chinese government illegally hacked into the G-mail accounts of Chinese citizens. This more than likely 9/11 style, false flag cyber-attack has paved the way for the partnership. Do the new bedfellows Google and the NSA make you feel safer?
Ron Paul, in an incredibly bold maneuver during the Campaign for Liberty Regional Conference in Atlanta, GA on the weekend of January 16-17, 2010, elicited a thunderous round of applause as he lambasted the most powerful intelligence agency on the planet, the CIA.
“There’s been a coup - have you heard? It’s the CIA coup. The CIA runs everything! They run the military... and they’re every bit as secretive as the Federal Reserve. And yet, think of the harm they have done since they were established at the end of World War II. They are a government unto themselves. They’re in businesses, in drug businesses, they take out dictators... We need to take out the CIA!” Ron Paul told the crowd.
Not so shocking is the burial of Paul’s comment in the mainstream media. However, another intelligence agency is receiving mainstream attention with the January 22 USA Today exposé of news icon Paul Harvey’s relationship with the FBI. The report was compiled from numerous documents recovered via a freedom of information act request by USA Today and paints a vivid image of how our intelligence agencies act manipulatively to cultivate American viewpoints. According to the article, Harvey would submit his news stories to the FBI for editing and was, at one point, added to J. Edgar Hoovers “Special Correspondents List” for reporting favorably on the FBI. It goes on to say, “[t]he federal files show that Harvey frequently gave the FBI advance copies of his scripts and columns, seeking information and advice. The FBI obliged, even writing portions of Harvey’s commentaries for him, the records show. A 1986 commentary, for example, contained an FBI-written section about the bureau’s ‘highly regarded’ services to other law enforcement agencies.”
This disturbing revelation in the wake of Harvey’s passing illuminates a new perspective on his rise to stardom, his consistent rank in the Gallup Poll’s list of Most Admired Men, and his being awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by George W. Bush in 2005.
Although the official stance from the U.S. intelligence community is that they “can neither confirm nor deny the use of agents as journalists, however it has been [their] policy not to,” the evidence is clear. In August 2009 investigative journalist Wayne Madsen reported that two Blackwater operatives, under direction of the CIA, were embedded as phony journalists in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan in 2003. Their mission, according to Madsen, was “target analysis and target spotting… for potential US attacks.” He also reported that these intelligence operatives had infiltrated Ron Paul’s 2008 Presidential campaign as security guards, and when confronted on the issue the agency nonchalantly shrugged it off as commonplace.
The movement of Amerika into a full blown police state where every citizen is monitored and supervised by overzealous security guards is in full swing. Now intelligence agents need only a computer and internet connection to track your every move, and monitor all your thoughts.
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