Extreme Prejudice has ratings and 12 reviews. Adam said: Susan Lindauer wrote a most enlightening expose of her days as a CIA asset. I hung on her. EXTREME PREJUDICE is a personal narrative accessible to all audiences, not an academic book. “Susan Lindauer deserves unreserved admiration for this. Susan Lindauer’s autobiography, Extreme Prejudice, tells a story with certain broad similarities. In her case, however, the hornet’s nest kicked.

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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. What if the government decided to invent a great lie to sell a disastrous war and a questionable anti-terrorism extremee What would happen to the Assets who know the prejuice For the first time, it reveals the existence of a comprehensive peace framework, which would have accomplished all major U.

She has provided us with an overdue exposure of the depths to which governments are all too prepared to descend to prevent disclosure of their dishonesty and malfeasance, her knowledge having been gained through bitter personal experience.

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Lindauer reveals faces of our national truth few Americans imagine. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. It has been revealed that the NSA spied on billion phone conversations throughout the exrteme in a one-month period. Thus it is enormous; it is beyond the scope of comprehension for ordinary citizens but the implications are vast because it is a Stasi program whereby it applies to industrial espionage.

But it also allows the United States to impose our laws on other countries on an extraterritorial basis and we prejueice hunting down citizens of foreign countries whose activities might very well be legal within their own country, but which violate our own US policies. And then we are sabotaging them or even arresting them and extraditing them to the United States for prosecution and this goes well beyond terrorism cases. So, it is something that ordinary citizens should be afraid of; it is not just the government elite that should be.

This is affecting the whole society. Susan Lindauer, you talked about industrial espionage and I would like to get your idea about what the NSA did which is deemed to be illegal and that is spying on banks and credit card transactions, the European SWIFT financial transaction network being tapped on different levels. The United States is trying to force all countries of the world to obey US eextreme laws and to obey US financial standards and these are not necessarily reasonable demands.

It fxtreme one thing if you are saying there should be a standard for all countries that the United States adheres to; it is another thing if you are giving advantages to the United States to US corporations and that tends to be what happens is the trade practices benefit the United States and the tide is back to Angela Merkel.

We are spying on these people; we are spying on ambassadors; we are spying on senior diplomats and prejidice have been doing it for years and I think that what is very interesting to me as a former CIA asset is I know very well that at the United Nations which was my old stomping ground, we frequently targeted Security Council extrem.

This was very normal behavior for the past ten years. The world is no longer tolerating our lindaudr, the way that they always have in the past and I think that that is the big change, that is the big shock to Washington is that they are xusan up to us really for the first time, but we have been doing this for years.

It is a fact; we lindaher done this forever. I will give you that.

That is a fair comment. However, I would tell you that if there is a defense contract, if there is something that is especial that would give another country an advantage in the market.

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The way the United States government could do it would be to contract with a private corporation secretly to develop a parallel plan to develop the same product and try to beat the other one to the market or the beltway bandits do this stuff all the time mostly with defense contracts.

But again America is not producing as much as we were in the past; we are not a lindzuer manufacturing base. So, this is more banking controls, currency controls and military, I would say, and any sort of military application the United States would absolutely hand it over to one of our own contractors and try to beat the foreigners.

Yes, I would say. But I think sussn the real challenge here right now is that the international community, France, Germany, they are very angry and they are standing up to the United States for the first time and that is the big change because we have done this for years.


This is not new.

I mean I am very proud of Edward Snowden and I support him for telling the American people and his disclosures are tipping point, but it was pointed out that if he would watch CNN ten years ago when he was in high school, he would have saved himself the trouble because all of this stuff was on 60 minutes and was revealed by previous whistleblowers.

So, there is nothing new in what he has told except that our world has now changed and people are ready to challenge and they no longer feel obligated to submit to the United States.

They no longer feel docile and lindaufr by the United States. This is a huge change and from an intelligent standpoint, it is a little scary, I will tell you. But it is good for the global democracy; it is; it is good for the global communication, but the United States is sleeping; it is definitely sleeping and this shows it more than anything that I think we have seen whether you are happy about the decline of the United States or not.

What do you think of the comments made by the viewers on our Facebook page regarding the topic of this debate? Absolutely and I would agree suswn your commenters. The real problem with the spying is that it is not new, but the United States has been expanding its police state mentality and we are seeing a shift here in the United States where freedom is considered more and more of a threat.

It is still sort of a fringe idea, however, it is moving with a frightening speed and we are afraid of what is coming that there will be some kind of clampdown. I can tell you that in May I was visited by the secret service, wanting to know if I had any guns which I do not, wanting to know what organizations I belong to, what radio shows I listen to because I do have libdauer radio show of my own on Truth Frequency Radio and I have now become a target because I am so outspoken on many of these issues and so I am now having to answer to the government for my own dissident viewpoints.

It is far more insidious than that. If you have a policy, if your actions could be entirely legal within your own country but your actions contradict our policy objectives, then we are going to come after you and I can tell you ssan that is happening more and more and the leaders really have an obligation to be angry on behalf of their citizens.

Your commenter was absolutely correct that it is a little bit disingenuous for Merkel to say it is ok to spy on the German people, but do not spy on me. It has got to be good for all of us.

You know, this is the problem. Truth has become treason in Washington. The more degraded the United States economy becomes, the more we are falling in global standing, the more free speech and ordinary dissension threatens the power elite and in the opinions of many Americans, the power elite are classifying all sorts of things that should be disclosed to the public, extrem that they can protect their power and they can protect their control over society and they do not want any accountability to the people.

We could have stopped that attack; a decision was made at the highest levels not to do so and that is the problem. You are correct we are being inundated with information, but there is always an ulterior agenda and if something is being allowed to happen, the Prejudics Marathon bombing, I am not convinced that we did not know about that attack beforehand.

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I think that our government is afraid of us; our government is very afraid of the people and that is a very dangerous government and I think that in the extrme few weeks, if there is an economic collapse, a lot of us are afraid of what is going to happen within the United States and it may be that the rest of the world will be looking back on this as the calm before the storm before our hell breaks loose and when it does, I am afraid of what will happen to the American people like me who are honest dissidents who support non violence.

I am afraid of what they are going to do to us. You think it is bad for you. I think that Edward Snowden believed that he was doing something very good for the world and believed that he was defending freedom.

And as we go down, I feel very sad because I love this country and I realize that I am talking to a foreign audience and you do not have the same feelings that I do for my country. But I want America to be strong and good and I think that we have lost something and I do not know how we are going to get it back.


Congressman Alan Grayson and former congressman Ron Paul are two of the fiercest warriors against an out-of-control Federal Reserve. Paul and Grayson also co-sponsored a bill to audit the Federal Reserve. Their desire to rein in the Fed is supported by numerous top economists. Congressman Grayson writes today: A simple solution to the impasse is as follows: NPR has a helpful graphic showing the various holders of U. Yet canceling this debt would give the government substantial room under the debt ceiling to manage its finances.

In essence, the government owes this money to itself. If I owe money to myself, I can cancel that debt at will and without consequence, essentially taking it lindquer of my left pocket and putting it in my right pocket. I am a Democrat, and known as a progressive. Black Hawks and Homeland Security. It started on the 4th of July, and required extremd the courage a True Patriot could possibly require.

Quickly it becomes clear that Julia Davis threatened the expansionist, money making ambitions of the Homeland Security bureaucracy. The US intelligence community has been put to shame by one lone Christian nun. Her modest study of the videos of prrjudice Syrian chemical attack shows extrme were productions involving staged bodies. Those who take the time to read the report by Mother Agnes and the International Support Team for Mussalaha in Syria ISTEAMSwhich has been sent to the United Nations, will realize that it disgraces the entire US intelligence community for endorsing video footage that is clearly dubious and not credible upon careful study by even a layperson.

No one denies that chemical weapons were used. The question is who used the chemical weapons?

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Little boy in red shirt in video from Zamalka left is seen with other children in video from Jobar right. Photo from Mother Agnes report to UN.

Before I go any further, it has to be emphasized that the US intelligence community is a collective of all the intelligence bodies of the US government, which is formed by 16 different intelligence agencies. Same footage is used in different videos with different scenarios, according to the report. Nonetheless, this gargantuan body could not see what Mother Agnes Mariam has found and submitted to the United Nations.

It is job of the agencies of the US intelligence community to examine these videos and to authenticate them. But they failed either to serve US foreign policy, or to show professionalism, or both. Instead they nominated a sample of footage from Syria as a means of proving that 1 the chemical weapons were used in the Damascus suburb of East Ghouta and 2 that the Syrian government was responsible for the diabolical attacks.

These videos need to be carefully looked at. The emphasis that US Secretary of State John Kerry put on the videos in his scripted speech to reporters on August 30,came across as ingenuous. He should have been taken to task on this, and he was through the study that Mother Agnes has produced. Nor is there footage of parents, especially mothers, coming to claim their children. Where were the parents? From a cultural context—where mothers are rarely separated from their children— this is strikingly odd.

It is highly unlikely that the parents, especially the mothers of all these children, would have left them alone or not rushed to where their bodies were.

There would be much wailing and grief. If the parents were not killed, then where are they? One video states that all the bodies are dead. Yet we see that the some of the corpses are being injected with an unknown liquid.

The report also highlights the fact that there have been no public funerals or announcements about all the dead children.

This is outside of both cultural and religious norms. In the footage of one burial, only eight people are buried and three of them are not even covered in white shrouds, which is a compulsory ritual. Were these people murdered by the insurgents and disrespectfully buried without the proper rituals, as a sign of disdain?

Moreover, the identities of the dead have fxtreme been withheld. Lindayer is more to say on this and it should be kept in mind.