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INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES

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#1 | Posted: 28 Apr 2009 01:05
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What are they up to ...
telecaster
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#2 | Posted: 29 Apr 2009 14:06
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It was interesting what Tim Good said about one of
the three tramps arrested on the "Grassy Knoll".
T.
Dave Hall
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#3 | Posted: 5 May 2009 14:11
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Worth a read
Dave
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dark star
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#4 | Posted: 7 Jun 2009 18:19
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You didn,t mention mosad .
monkeyboy
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#5 | Posted: 12 Jun 2009 19:53
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MI5 is attempting to recruit teachers as "spies" in a new recruitment drive.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education...-join-MI5.html

By Graeme Paton, Education Editor
Published: 2:27PM BST 12 Jun 2009

The security agency said teachers' people skills made them "ideal candidates".

An advert placed in a trade paper urges school staff to apply because they can "build trust and relationships with all sorts of individuals".

Global financial crisis could drive poor Colombian children to join guerilla groups, UN agency warns

The post - for an operational intelligence officer - carries a salary of 35,425 plus benefits, broadly similar to that of an experienced secondary school teacher.

Teachers who successfully pass the recruitment process will find themselves taken out of the classroom and into "the heart of intelligence gathering".

According to the job description, they will be responsible for building contacts with people who can "provide information of relevance to national security".

They will also have to write reports and give briefings.

The advert, placed in the Times Educational Supplement, says: "Your experience of dealing with people means you can build trust and relationships with all sorts of individuals, which makes you the ideal candidate for developing a career securing the information we need to protect national security."

According to MI5's website, the agency aims to "frustrate terrorism", and prevent foreign espionage and weapons of mass destruction.

A Home Office spokeswoman said: "There are a wide range of career opportunities available with MI5.

"The organisation advertises in a range of media, including local, regional and national newspapers, trade publications and online media, in order to attract a diverse range of candidates who may have the right skills and experience."
Dave Hall
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#6 | Posted: 27 Jun 2009 21:12 | Edited by: Dave Hall
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Hi Guys,
Sorry I have been away, but have not been too well latley.
Although you seem to be managing quite well without me LOL.
Anyway, I have got my old "Bee in my bonnet" back, namly MENWITH HILL.
You know the "EARS OF THE WORLD".
Its a listening station about 10 miles from me.
I have just read about "Project Eclelon"
This gives the guys at Menwith the god given right to spy on anyone that they damn well please. No questions asked.
I am so gad that you agree its a great idea --- not !!!!!!!!!!
Yes they can intercept any phone conversation, or E-mail that they think fit.(Probably this one)
Wether they are from a terrorist, or a retired warehouseman, like me.
And what can we do about it ----- SOD ALL !!!
Its just another invasion of privacy. "BIG BROTHER" "NWO" I will leave it up to you.
Obviously the British government have let thgem go ahead with this, would they dare say "NO", I think not!!, as we are now the 51st state.
Yes I know I am moaning on, but, I will recall the time that I stopped for a fag, when I was out for a motorcycle ride,by one of the side gates, and before I had had a couple of drags, I was accosted by to burly coppers asking what I was doing.
I stated that --
" I am having a fag on the Queens highway"
And for that retort they took my name and address.
So you can see why I am not much chuffed with with the guys at Menwith.
So I have written to the local MP to get his thoughts on "Project Eclelon" watch this space.
"HAY OH" roll on 2012
Dave
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monkeyboy
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#7 | Posted: 27 Jun 2009 21:26
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sorry to hear you haven`t been well dave good to have you back and good post by the way. I look forward to reading your updates from your mp :)
Dave Hall
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#8 | Posted: 27 Jun 2009 22:05
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monkeyboy:
. I look forward to reading your updates from your mp :)

Thanks Monkeyboy,
Don't hold your breath!!!
Dave
dark star
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#9 | Posted: 27 Jun 2009 22:48 | Edited by: dark star
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Hi Dave
hpoe your well now mate and still"having afag on the queens highway" LOL
DS
Dave Hall
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#10 | Posted: 27 Jun 2009 22:50
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Cheers Matey
D
Dave Hall
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#11 | Posted: 10 Jul 2009 16:25
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Intersting read.
Also the letters attatched
Dave
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monkeyboy
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#12 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 19:41
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telecaster
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#13 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 20:02
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I`m more confused.com !
T.
monkeyboy
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#14 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 20:08
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i can sort that T just reapeat after me.......... they........did........not......go! how is that T. clear up the confusion. :)
monkeyboy
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#15 | Posted: 17 Jul 2009 22:02 | Edited by: monkeyboy
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090717/ap_on_sc/us_space_shuttle

Space shuttle Endeavour arrives at space station
AP



[imgs=http://d.yimg.com/a/p/ap/20090717/capt.9a3cc2c61cf24a8f82ac144649060a74.space_s huttle_htn116.jpg?x=400&y=323&q=85&sig=U2.yrYU85SMiopj7hMwB8g--]endevour docked[/imgs]



By MARCIA DUNN, AP Aerospace Writer Marcia Dunn, Ap Aerospace Writer 22 mins ago

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. The space shuttle and space station hooked up Friday after a round-the-world chase, making for the biggest crowd ever gathered together in orbit 13 Earthlings.

Endeavour docked at the international space station as the two craft soared 220 miles above the Australian coast.

Once the hatches popped open, the seven shuttle astronauts floated into the space station, one by one, and embraced their six station colleagues. It was a bit of a mob scene, a floating jumble of dark shirts, beige pants and shorts, and white socks.

"Welcome," said the station's skipper, Russian Gennady Padalka, positioned at the entrance.

"Thirteen is a pretty big number, but it's going to be an outstanding visit for us," said shuttle commander Mark Polansky. "We are just thrilled to be here."

Besides being the biggest space gathering ever, it was the most diverse: seven Americans, two Russians, two Canadians, one Japanese and one Belgian. Twelve men, one woman. Four medical doctors. And engineers and pilots galore.

The station doubled in size, people-wise, at the end of May, and this was the first shuttle visit since then. Although 13 people have been in orbit before, they were scattered in separate spacecraft. The old under-the-same-roof crowd record was 10.

Their first team effort comes Saturday, when two of the shuttle astronauts venture out on the first of five planned spacewalks to help hook up a porch for Japan's space station lab. The porch will be used to hold outdoor experiments.

Earlier Friday afternoon, as it was closing in for the linkup, Endeavour performed a backflip from 600 feet out so the station crew could photograph its entire surface and uncover any severe launch damage. Endeavour's fuel tank lost more foam insulation than usual during Wednesday's launch, and some of the smaller pieces struck the shuttle, leaving a series of dings.

NASA managers say the dings appear to be superficial and pose no threat to the shuttle. But they want to make sure they don't miss something serious, as was the case during Columbia's doomed flight in 2003. A hole in a wing, the size of a plate, caused Columbia to break apart during re-entry. Falling foam was to blame.

Polansky guided Endeavour through the routine 360-degree somersault. The process lasted more than eight minutes, the amount of time it took the shuttle to zoom across the Atlantic, from Brazil's shoreline to the Western Sahara coast.

Two of the station crew snapped a few hundred digital pictures and quickly began downloading them to flight controllers for analysis.

"The bird looks beautiful from here," called out Michael Barratt, one of the station photographers.

The bulk of the lost foam peeled away from the central area of the tank in 6-inch strips, six minutes after liftoff when it's too late to pose any threat. That part of the tank normally does not shed like that, and NASA wants to understand what happened before launching the next shuttle in another month.

Endeavour will remain at the space station until July 28. Japan's Koichi Wakata, in orbit since March, will be aboard the shuttle when it leaves. His replacement, American Timothy Kopra, was more than a month late because of launch delays.

more images here

http://news.yahoo.com/nphotos/international-space-station/photo//090717/480/9a3cc2c61 cf24a8f82ac144649060a74//s:/ap/20090717/ap_on_sc/us_space_shuttle
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