#Terrornoia Update: Mar. 26, 2014

March 26, 2014 in News

#Terrornoia Update | This week, the empire runs amok in Syria with little indication of progress or peace — just as the neocon-inspired destabilizers prefer. Today’s update includes: Eyes on Syria, Terrornoia and electioneering across the Middle East, Blowback and backfiring across Africa, and more.

A Dark Alliance Reborn: The DEA-Sinaloa Connection

January 21, 2014 in TOR Blog

Guillermo Jimenez | Almost 20 years after Gary Webb’s Dark Alliance series was published, the drug war rages on, and new evidence continues to surface affirming an ongoing role for sections of the US government in the management of the drug trade through covert action.

More Judicial Deference on National-Security State Murder

August 6, 2013 in News

Jacob Hornberger | Continuing the long tradition of deference to the national-security state by the U.S. federal judiciary, a federal judge recently dismissed a lawsuit by the sons of a man named Frank Olson seeking damages for the CIA’s murder of their father. The excuses that the judge used to dismiss…

TOR Radio: June 1, 2013 – Philip Giraldi

June 3, 2013 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio | Download TOR Radio: June 1, 2013 | Guest: Philip Giraldi | A former CIA Case Officer and Army Intelligence Officer, Giraldi provides his insight into the reign of the Drone King, Barack “Kill List” Obama, the current state of the NWO, the latest on Syria, John McCain, and much more.

Murder, Inc.

May 27, 2013 in News

Jacob Hornberger | For all his faults and failures, President Lyndon Johnson put it correctly: With its assassination program, the CIA was operating a “damned Murder Inc.” Not only does Johnson’s pointed observation observe the true nature of the federal government’s assassination program…

Round the Clock Surveillance: Is This the Price of Living in a ‘Free, Safe’ Society?

May 16, 2013 in News

John W. Whitehead | Immediately following the devastating 9/11 attacks, which destroyed the illusion of invulnerability which had defined American society since the end of the Cold War, many Americans willingly ceded their rights and liberties to government officials who promised…

How Can We Understand Benghazi Without Probing the CIA’s Role?

May 14, 2013 in News

Conor Friedersdorf | The attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens targeted a CIA operation, not a ‘diplomatic post.’ After catching up on coverage of the Benghazi attack over the weekend, there’s something that has me very confused: why are so many journalists ignoring the fact that the Americans there were mostly CIA?

The Tsarnaevs and the CIA–Part 2: Who is Brian Glyn Williams?

May 10, 2013 in TOR Blog

Guillermo Jimenez | Two years ago, while Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was still a senior in high school, Dzhokhar was tasked with a project assignment by his English teacher, Steve Matteo. The project consisted of each student in the class researching their past… enter Brian Glyn Williams.

Another Link in the Tsarnaev-CIA Chain: Brian Glyn Williams

May 9, 2013 in TOR Blog, TOR TV

Guillermo Jimenez | VIDEO Report: Yet another connection between the Boston Bombing, the Tsarnaev family and the CIA: His name is Brian Glyn Williams, former CIA agent and analyst/contributor for the Jamestown Foundation.

James Corbett: Who is Graham Fuller?

May 8, 2013 in News

James Corbett | In the days of hysteria immediately following the Boston bombing, an unlikely media darling emerged. Ruslan Tsarni, the alleged bombers’ uncle, known to the press as “Uncle Ruslan,” gained notoriety for the ferocity with which he denounced his own…