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Obama names co-chairs of intelligence advisory board

By Michael A. Fletcher
President Obama has chosen two former senators with deep experience in foreign relations and the work of the nation's spy agencies to co-chair his independent advisory board on intelligence.

Obama picked Democrat David Boren from Oklahoma, a former Senate Intelligence Committee chairman, and Republican Chuck Hagel from Nebraska, who formerly chaired the Senate's Foreign Relations panel, to lead the President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

"They have been leading voices on intelligence and security issues, and they represent the bipartisan consensus for a strong and smart national security policy," Obama said in a statement Wednesday, before announcing the appointments at a meeting with his top intelligence advisers.

The advisory board reports directly to the president and has unfettered access to intelligence, as it provides the president with an independent source of advice on intelligence matters.

By Web Politics Editor  |  October 28, 2009; 1:51 PM ET
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DAMNED GENTLEMAN: Do you work here? Roz Mazer: Alert the DNI.

http://nowpublic.com/world/govt-fusion-center-spying-pretext-harass-and-censor

Posted by: scrivener50 | October 28, 2009 4:33 PM | Report abuse

Calling all looney too...oh, you're already here.
Good show.

Posted by: DAMNEDGENTLEMEN | October 28, 2009 3:29 PM | Report abuse

URGENT TO: Sens. Boren and Hagel (staffs, please forward):

COVERT FED DEPLOYMENT OF MICROWAVE/LASER RADIATION 'DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS' AGAINST U.S. CITIZENS -- AND OUR NATION'S POLITICAL LEADERS?

Thousands of unjustly targeted Americans are being physically harmed, their health degraded by the devastating physiological effects of being silently irradiated by microwave and laser radiation "directed energy weapons"...

...the WEAPONIZATION OF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM, CAMOUFLAGED AS CELL TOWERS and available in portable and hand-held weaponry to security/military/intel and law enforcement...

... a silent "final solution" that may have the nation's political leadership in its ideologically-driven cross-hairs.

This technology is capable of altering moods, emotions, inducing fatigue, weakness, exhaustion, confusion, life-altering injury, diseases such as cancer, and a slow-kill death.

And key elements of the Obama administration -- chief among them the defense/security/intel establishment -- are proliferating these technologies by various modalities -- reportedly, from hand-held weaponry to satellite and terrestrial cell tower based delivery systems.

American citizens and families targeted by this covert torture matrix also are subject to financial sabotage that decimates their livelihoods and financial resources...

...and relentless "community stalking" -- harassment, surreptitious home entries and vandalism by government-enabled vigilantes affiliated with federally-funded community policing and anti-terrorism organizations.

Warrantless, covert placement of warrantless GPS tracking devices and misuse of cell phone technology to hunt down the unjustly targeted enables this grassroots terrorism. But the Obama administration continues to allow these warrantless intrusions into the lives of unjustly targeted American families.

PRESIDENT OBAMA/CONGRESS:

BAN the use of microwave/laser radiation directed energy weapons against the American people (including experimentation); and

BAN the warrantless tracking of individuals via GPS or cellphone technology -- the electronic backbone of an American Gestapo now operating on YOUR watch.

http://nowpublic.com/world/gestapo-usa-govt-funded-vigilante-network-terrorizes-america

OR (if link is corrupted / disabled): http://NowPublic.com/scrivener RE: "GESTAPO USA"

Posted by: scrivener50 | October 28, 2009 2:39 PM | Report abuse

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