CIA Caught Arming Terrorists and Stealing Biometrics – New World Next Week


Welcome to New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. In this week’s episode:

Story #1: Journalist Interrogated, Fired For Story Linking CIA And Syria Weapons Flights

Journalist Interrogated & Sacked for Exposing CIA-NATO Arming of Terrorists (Newsbud)

Story #2: CIA’s Secret Spy Tool Steals Biometric Data From Other Intelligence Agencies

#MorningMonarchy: CIA Built Fake Software Update System To Spy On Intel Partners

YouTube economically censors former presidential candidate @RonPaul for criticizing U.S. foreign policy on Afghanistan and WikiLeaks.

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Story #3: Woman’s Pension Cut After Refusal To Get Public Services Card


A Year Into New System, Japan’s My Number ID Cards Not Catching On

Update: Analysis of Bite Marks, Shoe Prints Once Seen As Solid Evidence, Now Not So Reliable

Update: Former Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke To Speak At Blockchain Conference

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  1. Andre says:

    Hi James,
    Regarding CIA planting back doors, very interesting information I found while reading an Oracle database manual for work:
    “Prior to forming Oracle, Bob Miner was Larry Ellison’s manager, where they worked together on a CIA project code-named “Oracle”…”1978 – The CIA is their first customer…”
    Meanwhile Oracle’s databases are inside almost every business in the world…
    Keep up the great work James,
    Best regards

  2. Pablo de Boer says:

    Hola aloha señor James,

    You created 2 different links for the same episode of New World Next Week:

    CIA Caught Arming Terrorists and Stealing Biometrics – New World Next Week

    Interview 1295 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

    And both have different comments.

    Saludos y viva la libertad,

    Pablo de Boer

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