June 26, 2013

Compromised: How the National Security State Blackmails the Government

Blackmail exists in every political system, in every time period, in every country.
"If you sign up for the government, you’re going to give your life for the country. The National Security Act suspends all your civil rights, you get it? After you’ve given your life for the country, since they didn’t need you to survive, they’re going to use anything you’ve got – your body parts, your mind, your soul, anything. That’s the way the game is played. Most of the victims of mind control are government related." - Walter Bowart, "The Secret History of Mind Control." Walter Bowart was founder and editor of the East Village Other and author of Operation Mind Control.
Read: "NSA Whistleblower: NSA Spying On – and Blackmailing – Top Government Officials and Military Officers" by Washington's Blog (June 20, 2013).

Read: "Former Egyptian information minister blackmailed Mubarak with sex tapes: actress" by Al Arabiya (August 12, 2012). An excerpt:
Egypt’s former information minister once used covertly filmed sex tapes to control many government officials, including toppled President Hosni Mubarak, media quoted a producer and widow of the country’s head of intelligence as saying this week.

In an interview aired Thursday on Egypt's al-Hayat 2 channel, Etimad Khorshid said former information minister Safwat al-Sharif used hidden cameras to accumulate sex tapes of many officials. Those videos allowed him to control many of Egypt’s most powerful figures, she said.

“Mubarak was under his control,” she told the presenter of the show.

When the presenter asked again, for emphasis, if Sharif had “any videos of Mubarak,” Khorshid answered: “Of course.”
Video Title: Compromised: How the National Security State Blackmails the Government. Source: Corbett Report and Boiling Frogs Post. Date Published: June 26, 2013. Description:
That the NSA is covertly spying on all three branches of the American government is nothing short of scandalous. Tice's revelations are especially appalling to anyone even remotely familiar with how exactly the type of information collected in such intercepts can be used for the purposes of political blackmail, and how profoundly that blackmail can shape the political landscape of the country. In fact, there is a long history of intelligence agencies and covert groups using precisely this type of information to blackmail politicians in the past.