Tuesday, August 13, 2013

NSA spying never catches Israelis — Why not?

Intelligence analysis ALWAYS follows a dual track of analyzing what you can see…and what you can’t. The massive coverage on the recent Snowden revelations has basically all been theater as most had already been revealed and/or was known about by every Intel agency on the planet.

Two old platitudes come to mind…’Crying Crocodile Tears’, and Shakespeare’s “Me thinks she doth protest too much”. When you cut through all the smoke and mirrors, the essence is very simple.
Snowden, like Assange…despite the huge amount of classified material with all the embarrassing things that involved so many countries, neither of them seemed to know anything about the massive Israeli espionage that is carried out all over the world.

For example, the field reports from Afghanistan and Iraq involved Israelis being picked up as contractors doing very nasty things, and yes, doing them even to American troops. None of that stuff made its way into the leakers shocking release pile. We have people who wrote some of those reports, and they were major headlines.

My verdict? No leaker who has had access to the mother-load of dirty Intel laundry on numerous selected countries, and who never releases any on Israel, is for real. They are an operator. Why? Because busting open the Israeli espionage cover-up is the story of a lifetime. Full story...

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