(FEDERALJACK) On this edition of DTRH Popeye covers the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., and explains how agencies of the federal government were involved. There was a civil trial, and according to a Memphis jury’s verdict on December 8, 1999, in the wrongful death lawsuit of the King family versus Loyd Jowers “and other unknown co-conspirators,” Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by a conspiracy that included agencies of his own government.
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(FEDERALJACK) The U.S. conclusion that a chemical attack near Damascus in August was carried out by the government has been challenged by a team of highly respected experts. Washington immediately blamed President Assad, but a new report from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found the rocket couldn’t have been fired from government-controlled areas. RT’s Alexey Yaroshevsky looked into the MIT study, let’s get more details from him.
(FEDERALJACK) A US drone strike in Yemen has taken the life of another civilian, according to Reuters. This latest death, a month after a drone killed 15 members of a Yemeni wedding convoy, comes just as the US Congress is debating a spending bill that contains hidden details of the future of the US drone program. A secret provision in the $1.1 trillion, 1,500-page spending bill passed by the House on Wednesday keeps lethal counterterrorism operations under the umbrella of the CIA, instead of shifting control to the Pentagon, which would provide more transparency.
(FEDERALJACK) There’s a great deal of dirt in former CIA official John Rizzo’s new book, Company Man, including allegations about the torture program administered under the administration of former-President George W. Bush. That’s not all there is to read, however. In his just released memoir, the long-time government agent says Hollywood actors and producers are all too willing to work with Central Intelligence Agency when it came time to make motion pictures about secret spy operations. According to Rizzo, one silver screen star even asked the CIA if he could be compensated in $50,000 worth of contraband — namely “primo” cocaine, during the course of that cozy relationship.
(MEDIAITE) Okay, normally I introduce these posts with either a brief summary of the reason you clicked the link in the first place or give some kind of context-building set-up, but Anderson Cooper talked about cunnilingus on CNN Thursday night and I really just… I mean, really… just a loss for words here.
CNN was doing one of those year in review segments, and Cooper asked Dan Savage for what he thought was a really good scandal story this year. Savage had to go with the amazing saga of Rob Ford, and said, “I love a good cunnilingus joke on the evening news.”
Everyone (especially Andrew Sullivan) burst out laughing, and that’s when Cooper decided to over-share.
“My mom once wrote a romance memoir about men she had dated–and I use that term loosely–and she described one guy she was currently dating––my mom was 85 at the time––as the Nijinsky of cunnilingus. And she made me proofread the book.”
Thanks, Anderson! Thank you SO MUCH for that image! Really, just… wow.
But just for perspective’s sake, this is only the second weirdest Anderson Cooper/cunnilingus story this year…
Watch the video below, via CNN:
(FEDERALJACK) A few months ago, during the last insane push for an invasion into Syria, Saudi Arabia threatened Russia with terrorist attacks if they didn’t stop supporting Syria and blocking any attempt of an invasion. We all know that Russia didn’t back down, and so far no military invasion, yet. Flash forward to this week, suddenly Russia has had two terror attacks in as many days, leading up to the Olympics. Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this one out. Follow the money, I bet it leads to the Saudis, and by proxy the CIA.
(FEDERALJACK) If you’re considering buying a new laptop online, you might want to think twice because US intelligence agencies are reportedly planting bugs on them before they reach their destination.
(FEDERALJACK) Their job is to get the ungettable. A unit of mostly young hackers are helping the National Security Agency break into computers around the world to access some of the toughest targets. German news magazine Der Spiegel published a report over the weekend revealing the National Security Agency’s top hacking unit, the Tailored Access Operations. It’s best described as a team of digital plumbers that unclog blocked access to targets. One of their most sophisticated set of tools lists Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as targets, and was used to gain important economic data from high-ranking members of OPEC.
(FEDERALJACK) On this episode of DTRH Popeye welcomes to the broadcast radio show host, researcher, and friend John Phillips. The two of them get into the evils of the Clinton gang with examples like: The death of Vince Foster, Their involvement in the drug trade, and more. They also get into what was really going on in Benghazi; John’s analysis of it; Microwave weapons technology; The Boston Marathon Bombing; The JFK Assassination, and more.
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