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Corbert Report
Interview 106 – Anti-Illuminati
10/12/2009
https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-106-anti-illuminati/


Mark of Piercing the Darkness (aka Anti-Illuminati of the PrisonPlanet.com forum) joins us once again to discuss the global information control grid. We discuss the swine flu H1N1 bioweapon, the cybersecurity false-flag paradigm and the centrally-controlled smart grid.

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Interview 099 – Mark and Josh
09/18/2009
https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-099-mark-and-josh/


Mark and Josh of Piercing the Darkness and the PrisonPlanet Forum join us to once again break down the names and acronyms behind the information control grid. From CALEA to TEMPEST to Dr. Alexander Levis and the emissions-based satellite signals that allow backdoor access to any computer, we break down how and why the total surveillance grid is being slotted into place.

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Corbert Report
Interview 106 – Anti-Illuminati
10/12/2009
https://www.corbettreport.com/interview-106-anti-illuminati/


Mark of Piercing the Darkness (aka Anti-Illuminati of the PrisonPlanet.com forum) joins us once again to discuss the global information control grid. We discuss the swine flu H1N1 bioweapon, the cybersecurity false-flag paradigm and the centrally-controlled smart grid.

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So Trump signed an EO today...
Listed to the quoted audio interview ... start at about 15 minutes in, and listen after reading this:

"Revised Draft Trump EO on Cybersecurity: May 2017 Version"
https://www.lawfareblog.com/revised-draft-trump-eo-cybersecurity-may-2017-version

Rumors had it that the Cybersecurity EO was contingent on resolving how to deal with IT technology development and innovation.  Now that the innovation Executive Order is public, a revised Cyber EO is circulating.  Here is the copy I received:

Draft Cyber EO May 2017 Leak by PaulRosenzweig on Scribd


 
EXECUTIVE ORDER
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STRENGTHENING THE CYBERSECURITY OF FEDERAL NETWORKS AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

(Read the draft here)

===========================

We can see that this is a continuation of the government's attempt to 'take over' the internet: using the most recent 'false flag' - the RUSSIANS HACKED OUR ELECTION, as justification. Problem, reaction, solution. There's always a globalist behind these things.


We already have DHS now controlling the election process, having declared elections "critical infrastructure"... more coming.

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
 

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While we've all been distracted with the media circus/White House antics in firing Comey... everyone afraid of the scary Russian bots, they've been busy back in the White house. Team Obama and Team Trump met together to craft this updated version of the Obama cyber EO...
This is much more important to the globalists than the current puppet at the head of the FBI.
This stuff matters more ....

Trump’s New Cybersecurity Order Could Have Come From Obama
http://www.vocativ.com/429150/trump-executive-order-cybersecurity-obama/

Is the cyber executive order next?
http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/morning-cybersecurity/2017/03/is-the-cyber-executive-order-next-219084
By Martin Matishak
03/07/17 10:03 AM EST

COULD IT BE? IS THE MAGIC HOUR NEAR AT LAST? — Now that President Donald Trump has signed his new immigration executive order, the stage is clear for his cybersecurity directive, which experts have been eagerly awaiting since the first drafts leaked in January. As MC has reported, several sources attributed the delay — which began when a Jan. 31 signing ceremony was abruptly canceled — to the White House’s focus on the immigration order, which consumed senior aides’ attention as courts questioned its legality and suspended its provisions.

But things appear to be moving again for the cyber EO. On Monday, former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano, who co-chaired former President Barack Obama’s cybersecurity commission, said he attended earlier that day at the White House a meeting about the order and had another meeting scheduled later in the day. The first meeting involved discussions about IT modernization and the internet of things, Palmisano said at a Center for Strategic and International Studies event in Washington. At the second meeting, he said, he expected to see the latest draft. “That means it’s pretty far along, if they’re looking for some kind of feedback,” Palmisano said.

The latest publicly seen draft of the executive order focuses on holding agency and department heads accountable for their cybersecurity issues. It also requires agencies to use a cyber framework developed by the technical standards agency NIST and launches an Office of Management and Budget audit of the entire government’s digital defenses. There is also a provision ordering the Homeland Security secretary to investigate how the government could work more closely with the companies operating the nation’s critical infrastructure, like hospitals and the power grid.

RESPONSIBLE HOW, EXACTLY? — While the order has yet to be finalized, members of Obama’s cybersecurity commission who were present at Monday’s CSIS panel praised Trump’s expected focus on holding agency heads accountable. Tom Donilon, the co-chairman of the commission and Obama’s former national security adviser, said that Trump should, at an early Cabinet meeting, “indicate to the secretaries and heads of departments that it’s their responsibility.” Agency accountability, Donilon added, is “a contract, if you will, between the president and the people that he hires to run the agencies and departments.”

But panelists also noted that accountability was tricky, because many problems are hard to solve even when Cabinet secretaries make cybersecurity a priority. “I can’t help but caution that they may be being set up to fail,” said Steven Chabinsky, the head of the cyber practice at White & Case LLP and a member of the Obama cyber commission. Agency chiefs, he said, probably don’t have enough personnel and resources to truly “succeed” at cybersecurity.

“It’s one thing to say that they’re responsible … but that responsibility, in my mind, [consists of] a leadership role that will bring to the fore what the real issues are,” added Chabinsky, who until last November was the general counsel at the cyber firm CrowdStrike. “We’re asking them to assess their environments and bring that up to this place within the White House to say, ‘Here are the real challenges that we’re facing.’”

HAPPY TUESDAY and welcome to Morning Cybersecurity! One month after having both ACL and MCL surgery, your guest host Martin is back on Capitol Hill this week. So if you see a tall guy with a cane who’s wearing an elaborate leg brace, please, whatever you do, don’t bump into him. Otherwise, send your cyber musings, feedback and tips to tstarks@politico.com, and be sure to follow @timstarks, @POLITICOPro and @MorningCybersec. Full team info is below.

TODAY ON THE HILL — The Senate Intelligence Committee will meet behind closed doors and is expected to vote on the nomination of former Indiana Sen. Dan Coats to be the next director of national intelligence, a panel aide confirmed to MC. Coats, a former member of the committee, sailed through his nomination hearing last week, when he vowed to work with lawmakers as they investigate Russia’s alleged digital meddling during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Coats also promised to do his “best” to get his former colleagues an estimate on how many innocent Americans are hoovered up by key surveillance programs up for reauthorization this year. He also told companies it would be “helpful” if they worked with the government on breaking the policy logjam over encryption.

Meanwhile, Sen. Lindsey Graham will convene a Senate Appropriations subcommittee to look at Russia’s behavior toward European nations ahead of their elections this year. Several countries, including France and Germany, have said Moscow is already peppering them with election-related cyberattacks. Last month, Graham announced he would co-lead a congressional investigation into Moscow’s cyberattacks, one of many Capitol Hill probes in the works.

EUROPE GOES TO THE MATTRESSES AHEAD OF ELECTIONS — Speaking of Europe, the French and Dutch governments are going out of their way to make sure Russia doesn’t muck with their upcoming elections. The tech-savvy Netherlands has scaled back the use of computers to count votes and opted for an all-paper, all-manual election this month. Meanwhile, officials in Paris scrapped plans to allow citizens abroad to vote electronically in legislative elections. As we reported last month, U.S. intelligence agencies are also helping these countries out, sharing some classified findings from their investigation into the digital interference that occurred during last year’s presidential race.

I’LL SCRATCH YOURS IF YOU SCRATCH MINE — Bipartisan head-scratching over the president’s weekend claim that his predecessor tapped Trump Tower grew on Monday, with many Republicans saying they were baffled by the claim. “I learned a long time ago, I'm going to keep my eyes wide open,” said House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz. “You never know when you turn a corner what you may or may not see. But thus far I have not seen anything directly that would support what the president has said.” Rep. Trey Gowdy, who led the House Select Committee on Benghazi, said he hadn’t seen any evidence to support the bombshell accusations, but added that if surveillance tools are “not used lawfully and appropriately, there's a paper trail and we'll be able to find it out.”

The administration hasn’t offered up any evidence proving Trump’s explosive wiretapping accusation. But White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the president doesn’t accept FBI Director James Comey’s insistent claim that former President Barack Obama did not order an illegal wiretap. “I mean, I don’t know what’s behind it. I’m hoping in the next few days we’ll find out,” said Sen. John Thune, the chamber’s No. 3 Republican.

WE’RE NOT SAYING WE WARNED YOU … — Russian hackers are rifling through the emails and documents of at least a dozen U.S. liberal groups in a wide-ranging extortion effort, Bloomberg reported on Monday. One person familiar with FBI and private security firm probes into the digital campaign said demands have ranged from around $30,000 to $150,000, payable in untraceable bitcoins, and that some organizations had already forked over the dough.

Two groups that reportedly paid the ransom are the Center for American Progress, or CAP, and Arabella Advisors. But CAP spokeswoman Allison Preiss denied the report, telling MC the advocacy organization “has never been subject to ransom,” adding, “CAP has no evidence we have been hacked, no knowledge of it, and no reason to believe it to be true.” The remarks echoed a tweet from Neera Tanden, the center’s president.

Still, the report could rekindle fears among Democratic operatives that they’re next. Similar feelings permeated Washington last year when Russia allegedly targeted the DNC, the personal email account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager and other left-leaning organizations.

RANSOMWARE HEADACHE NOT OVER FOR PENNSYLVANIA DEMS — Pennsylvania Senate Democrats are still trying to figure out who infected their computer systems with ransomware late last week. And in the meantime, they’re making do without access to email and other digital services. In a Monday press conference, state Sen. Jay Acosta, the Senate Democratic leader, told reporters that the caucus hoped to have a forensic audit completed by the end of the day. Staffers were working with federal authorities and Microsoft, which provides IT services to the caucus, to complete that audit. In the meantime, Acosta said, the Democrats’ email, constituent-management platform and document system were offline to prevent further infection.

The document system outage means that Democratic senators won’t be able to reference previously drafted staff memos as they prepare to battle over the state’s next budget. But Acosta said they were making due. “We’re preparing to provide for, in the short term, alternative or side-by-side systems” for lawmakers to create and share memos, he said. The hackers do not appear to have tampered with existing files, but because documents are only backed up weekly, any materials prepared since the last backup may be lost if the caucus has to wipe its servers and restore from that point.

Acosta wouldn’t say if the attackers issued demands or set a deadline for payment. “At this point,” he told reporters, “we’re not planning on paying any ransom.” Acosta also would not discuss the details of the FBI investigation, but said the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office had consulted with the state’s Public Utility Commission to learn how it dealt with ransomware attacks on more critical infrastructure.

TWEET OF THE DAY — This is how we crawl the web for the tastiest news morsels to bring you every weekday.

RECENTLY ON PRO CYBERSECURITY — Sen. John McCain demanded the release of any evidence backing up Trump's claim that Trump Tower was wiretapped. … Senate Democrats are turning to their next target: Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ top deputy. … Trump dubbed March 5 through March 11 to be “National Consumer Protection Week.” … Consumer Reports announced it would begin evaluating devices based on their cybersecurity protections. … The Defense Science Board wants the Trump administration to make America's ability to deter cyberattacks “an urgent priority.”

QUICK BYTES

— Trump plans big cuts to the U.S. Coast Guard, which investigated more than 1,800 cyber events in fiscal 2016. POLITICO.

— “Huge database leak reveals 1.37 billion email addresses and exposes illegal spam operation.” BetaNews.

— “The company powers much of the Internet, but its cloud facilities are difficult to find.” The Atlantic.

— Singapore looks to boost cyber capabilities. Jane’s.

— Just don’t look. Science Magazine.

— Cyber gap? The Atlantic.

— “U.S. warned of foreign intel operations after Russian met with Team Trump at RNC.” The Daily Beast.

— Former Trump adviser Carter Page says Congress asked him to preserve info about his Russia ties. Business Insider.

— “British defense officials call for more cooperation between NATO, EU on cyber.” The Hill.

That’s all for today. Give Martin a wide berth. Seriously.
“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.”
Martin Luther King Jr.
 

 

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