Our paradigm on the American Intel system indicates
there is duplication, waste, obfuscated programs
and no one sees it all.
The American Intel system is paranoid and doesn't
play well with others or its own.
NSA is so paranoid, ( For good reason ) they
refused to use FISA courts, the President finally
gave them a finding so they didn't need to use the
courts, NSA didn't trust the FISA courts. NSA doesn't
trust any body. Why ask for info when you can
just go and take it.
Google employees change Index ratings.
They can for example raise Image search engine ratings,
and lower search terms rating, which maintains number
of hits, but lowers quality and reach of site.
The reasons for the construction of the Intel
paradigm in this manner is security.
calls "lacking in thorough oversight",
"so massive that its effectiveness is impossible to determine.",
Is partly compartmentalization, if one intel section gets
penetrated then the others are still secure.
If one service gets penetrated and fed bad Intel
a second service maybe collecting the same
Intel and not find the bad intel, and discover the
Why are they paranoid, does the US have
any real enemies? After all they are the worlds
only super power.
Russia is no longer a super power threat but
they are a an OLD nuclear power, and they
have a ace in the hole.
Our Paradigm intel says it was the RBN
that penetrated most US nets, DOD, Google,
and State dept among so many others.
They were and still are looking to sell the
data to others, they won't sell to terrorist
that could bring about very grave consequences.
But China is interested but doesn't trust Russia,
and Paki has paid for a peak and maybe even
The data transfers have to be made by CDs
and independent networks not connected
to the WWW, other wise Fort Meade
will light up like Christmas trees when that data
hits the WWW.
China and the US economic systems are
so interlocked one could not destroy the
other with out doing themselves in.
The over lap and redundancy is good security
in some cases. And one would not expect
even a super user to grasp the entirety
of all the data produced.
Its like you using your towns library.
You will never know every book.
But some one does, each book,
someone wrote them, and some
people read them but never all
of the books. But you can search
the Index for info you need.
Although I can't understand not
letting a super user take notes?
How can one do analysis without
That needs to be fixed.
The problem becomes security
What you gain in security you loose
The inability to search across all
intel data bases limits ability
to go after the bad guys,
But at the same time shields
the systems against spies.
Clapper Calls for Terrorism Data Repository, Search Engine -
And there are two reasons for
reports not being on line.
#1) old school.
#2) Security, hackers can't
penetrate a piece of paper.
Cyber espionage complicates
the paradigm and forces security
around the bend.
Any agency that would have total
access would be a prime target
for other foreign Intel agencys.
Right now no one has total access
Right now no one other than God,
knows it all.
The very problems WaPo
points to also provide great security.
It could use some cleaning up,
But its more important to remember
your here to empty the swamp even when
you up to your ass in alligators,
its not as important to worry
what someone 'thinks' your are doing.
Please don't stop empting the swamp,
or fighting gators, but explain why you
parked over there and drove that car today
while your doing it.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GUYS.