Clinton campaign, DNC helped pay for work on dossier about Russia and Trump

 

The dossier has become a lightning rod amid the intensifying investigations into the Trump campaign’s possible connections to Russia.

The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) helped fund research that resulted in a now-famous dossier containing allegations about Donald Trump’s connections to Russia and possible coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin, people familiar with the matter said.

Marc Elias, a lawyer representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC, retained Fusion GPS, a Washington, D.C., firm, to conduct the research. Fusion GPS hired dossier author Christopher Steele, a former British intelligence officer with ties to the FBI and the U.S. intelligence community. Continue reading

British Intelligence Fingered in Trump Trash Document

British Intelligence Fingered in Trump Trash Document

 

(WASHINGTON) Former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele prepared the dossier that alleges among other things Russia has blackmail on President-elect Donald Trump, according to a report Wednesday from The Wall Street Journal.

  • Steele, 52, lives in London and works for Orbis Business Intelligence Ltd. He is a director of the London-based intelligence firm along with Christopher Burrows.

  • Burrows wouldn’t “confirm or deny” to the Journal whether his firm conducted the dossier, and said that they don’t have a “political ax to grind.”
  • Steele was not at his London home, and has denied interview requests in recent weeks.

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The Effort to Undermine Trump Continues

What you’re seeing from the corrupt government is a threatened corrupt government. It’s making preemptive desperate attempts to discredit, sideline, hamper and delegitimize Donald Trump before he takes office, and will continue thereafter for as long as it can. They have to strike first and do all the damage they can. They know their corrupt rein is up.

One thing you can see out of this are the corrupt people for who they really are, such as John McCain and all the Clinton/Obama-appointed intelligence agency heads.

What was done in the dark for several decades is now coming to light and heads in Washington will roll come January 20.

 

What is getting really interesting is just how desperate many in Washington seem to be about Trump. It seems they are really concerned that he will cut off the gravy train in Washington. Even the Republicans hoped they could train him, fearing that his ban on lobbying for five years could be a deathblow to their livelihood.

Trump is not a racist as the nutcases claim; they are prompted by the Democrats in the campaign. Nobody can discriminate against any class, race, or religion as president. He cannot even overrule abortion — that is the Supreme Court’s decision. So why all the hatred and exaggeration? Why are people saying he wants to stop Muslims coming from other countries? The overall nastiness of those on the left against anyone who disagrees with them is stunning. Continue reading

Exposure of US spying on Israeli drones served a pressing Russian interest

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The latest batch of “top secret” documents to be leaked to the web magazine The Intercept by fugitive former NSA advisor Edward Snowden, showing that the US had spied on Israeli air force operations for more than 18 years, is as interesting for its timing as its revelations.

For three years, the magazine has published Snowdon leaks almost exclusively. This time, on Tuesday, Jan. 26, it released files exposing a joint operation by US and British intelligence agencies codenamed Anarchist. For almost two decades, Israeli air force operations, mainly by drones, were monitored and their transmission feeds intercepted from the British intelligence base in the Troodos Mountains in Cyprus, as well as the NSA base in Menwith Hill, north of Manchester, England. Continue reading

Britain pulls spies as Moscow cracks Snowden files: reports

Now that Comrade Snowden might’ve run out of material, his usefulness to the Soviets could’ve just ended. When you’re no longer useful to the Kremlin you’re likely going to be disposed of. This is not to wish any harm on him or for anything to happen, but it’s how they operate. Once the ‘useful idiots’ have served their purpose, they are eliminated.

On another note, it’s also important to keep in mind he could’ve very well been a Russian agent all along. You don’t collect and transfer 1.7 million files for a simple espionage assignment. You have to be one of them to create such extensive damage. This might even give China and Russia additional critical information on other European agencies working with both their U.S. and British counterparts.

Expect a lot of revelations soon to be coming out of the Russian propaganda outlets such as Russia Today.

There’s also a 99.9% certainty he just cost thousands of American and British lives.

See the following posts for further information on Snowden:

NSA Leaker “Outed” as Russian Agent

Edward Snowden Seeking to Join KGB Veterans Group

Edward Snowden was targeted by Russian spies 6 years BEFORE he exposed US secrets

 

London (AFP) – Britain has been forced to move some of its spies after Russia and China accessed the top-secret raft of documents taken by former US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, British media reported.

The BBC and the Sunday Times cited senior government and intelligence officials as saying agents had been pulled, with the newspaper saying the move came after Russia was able to decrypt more than one million files.

“It is the case that Russians and Chinese have information. It has meant agents have had to be moved and that knowledge of how we operate has stopped us getting vital information,” a Downing Street source said, according to the newspaper. Continue reading

Germany to ‘spy on US and UK intelligence gathering’ for the first time in 45 years

Germany has ordered surveillance of British and American intelligence gathering on its soil to begin for the first time since 1945, according to reports.
Under the decision, US and British intelligence operations in Germany will be subject to the same counter-espionage measures as those of Russia, China and Iran.

“We need to send a strong signal,” a source close to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government told Süddeutsche Zeitung newspaper. The unprecedented move is a direct response to a series of spy scandals that have rocked British and American relations with Germany in the past year.

Mrs Merkel’s government has given the go-ahead to surveillance plans that first emerged after two suspected double agents were found allegedly spying for the Americans inside the German security establishment a few weeks ago. Continue reading

Britain ‘under attack’ in cyberspace

Britain is seeing about 70 sophisticated cyber espionage operations a month against government or industry networks, British intelligence has told the BBC.

GCHQ director Sir Iain Lobban said business secrets were being stolen on an “industrial scale”. Continue reading