Tag Archives: Counterintelligence

Monolithic Intelligence Communities?

Both the Trump Camp and critics are operating and tweeting based on a false premise that the IC, in fact any IC, is a monolithic entity. Divisions, cliques, cabals, bridge clubs, whatever, the American IC is no more  monolithic than … Continue reading

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Deja Vu All Over Again: Woolsey has resigned! Next Ex-Director on Deck: The ‘Deutch Treat’?

It’s a shame that Woolsey resigned as an advisor to the transition team, he would have been a valuable asset for the incoming Administration. Will Trump now follow Clinton down the rabbit hole of DC insider advisors and now take … Continue reading

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Natalie Grant and Russian Disinformation

  The Nathan Hale Institute published two Natalie Grant works. Deception, A Tool of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1987. Murder in the Tiergarten: The Political Life of Vladimir Orlov, Intelligent Agent and Disinformer, 1997. During the recent election cycle it was … Continue reading

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The Integrity Deficit: VA Whistleblowers vs DHS Whistleblowers

What’s the difference in the core dysfunction which they are blowing the whistle on ? Not much: “In testimony submitted to the committee, Katherine L. Mitchell, an internist at the VA hospital in Phoenix, described an agency suffering from an … Continue reading

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Why Putin Laughs

What does Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov mean when he says sanctions against Russia will “boomerang”? Why do Western observers appear so surprised and caught off guard by Putin’s actions and what appears to be his total disregard for what the US threatens? … Continue reading

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Hayden’s Muddled Testimony, A Perfect Illustration of Angleton’s Revenge

Like every boy who grew up as the son of a former CIA intelligence officer, I grew up listening to stories about the legendary James Jesus Angleton. My dad considered Angleton the most brilliant man he had ever met, and … Continue reading

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Putin’s Capo Signs Deal With Exxon in Texas

  The Magnitsky Act serves as distractor while Exxon once again proves that Big Oil does whatever it wants regardless of American interests. Questions to ask yourself: Who are the former National Security officials currently on Exxon’s payroll? And not just … Continue reading

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