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Amazing history!

30 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

Much is forgiven of those who make the CO look good, and sometimes amazing things come from people the rulebookers have written off. And why the human element remains the most important in any war. A great intel story from WW2 in the Pacific theatre: http://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2013/10/the-most-honored-photograph

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Never use a “gift” flash-drive

30 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

Everyone should already know this, but it appears the Russians were hoping some EU delegates wouldn’t notice the trojan horses in their modern guise. Since they’ve been caught, the Russians would do better to play it off as a joke in light of the NSA scandal, rather than denying it. No-one believes denials when a […]

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Isn’t it ironic?

30 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

Clapper says that discerning foreign leaders’ intentions is a key intelligence concern, by way of justifying getting caught eavesdropping. Ironically this statement comes less than a month after he couldn’t discern his own employees’ intentions during the shutdown, implying by his statements that American intelligencers were mere mercenary turncoats. How to piss off both your […]

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Worth watching!

30 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

For those who get CBC and can watch the Rick Mercer Report – not sure if this will be on Youtube immediately – there’s a brilliant little “love int” spot about the 25th minute.

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Whom to believe?

29 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

Further to my post earlier today about the Benghazi cover-up allegations accumulating more proof, the State Department’s difficulties with the truth there make it very difficult to believe their statements about anything else in the region. For example, this Canadian article reports State’s official line on today’s disturbance in Sanaa, claiming four things: it was […]

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See that smoke? That’s the WH narrative on Benghazi going up in flames.

28 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

Let’s see how long this story runs before the CBS reporter’s home or office is searched, shall we? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/10409981/Ex-Guantanamo-detainee-planned-Benghazi-attack.html

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Are you smarter than a Fifth-grader? Why Anonymous exploited this Canadian boy.

28 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

Apparently, Anonymous has now decided to engage in child exploitation. “Anonymous” recruited this 12yo to hack — and to teach even younger kids his tricks — in return for free video games. Not much classier than a perv in a van offering free candy, really. Why does Anonymous want Canadian kids? Canada’s YCJA laws (formerly […]

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Shit, meet Fan.

27 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

If you thought the Europeans were annoyed about American collection activities, it’s about to get even more interesting (if this reporter’s sources are accurate) — Snowden may have gotten upwards of 30,000 JWICS items believed to affect polities “not publicly aligned” but cooperating with American intelligence. As if compromising JWICS isn’t a nightmare enough, this […]

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*updated* NSA website down…

25 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

*Update begins* Thanks to Lilly Evans of Nusbacher Associates for her quick work tonight in pinpointing this tweet indicating the root of tonight’s news: @emptywheel2m OK, so the NSA’s own update the day before a protest of them takes them down for 10 hours? Really? So it’s bad timing or incompetency, or maybe both. *update […]

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Handy NSA News Timeline

23 October, 2013 | The Red Team Red Queen

Handy! NSA news timeline. If you’re not on mobile, type “www.” instead of “i.” to begin the url. Interesting reading!

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