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Pentagon counterspy report
shows threats growing

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Posted By: Ribicon, 11/20/2020 5:18:53 PM

The compromise of defense secrets remains a growing problem and the war on terror has limited the Pentagon’s ability to conduct effective counterintelligence, according to a report by the Defense Science Board. The report called for new methods to make stealing more difficult for those with access to classified information, including behavior analysis of cleared workers and identifying dangerous people; advanced computer network monitoring; and watermarking classified documents, both digital and paper. “For almost two decades, the counterintelligence mission has not received the sustained and focused attention that it needs to protect the nation from stand-alone actors or actors working under the direction

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You mean like the CIA conspiring with the Democrat Socialists to install a Chinese-compromised asset as resident of the White House, while the FBI sits laughing during a rigged election? That kind of threat? Cheeky, this crowd. Everything's for sale, cheap, because the USA is a borderless market, not a nation.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: seamusm 11/20/2020 6:13:56 PM (No. 611889)
How difficult is it to recognize that people from Communist China shouldn't be allowed to even study here let alone work? That'd solve 90% of our problem.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Strike3 11/20/2020 6:14:20 PM (No. 611891)
I don't see how it could have gotten this bad. My TS background check went all the way back to grade school, friends, parist priest, you name it. Apparently, like everything else, the standards are lower, education sucks, history is not learned, drug offences and prison time are ignored. The privilege of serving your country did not have to be backed up with huge fines and prison time but those threats were spelled out anyway. Americans are no longer what they used to be.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: stablemoney 11/20/2020 7:39:12 PM (No. 611956)
So what I am reading is that the Pentagon hasn't been doing anything for the last 2 decades, despite having a large budget, no accountability, and an inability to get any auditor to sign off on their financial statements or representations.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: GO3 11/20/2020 7:52:16 PM (No. 611962)
Oh come on now. I’m looking forward to another lecture on the constitution from Gen. Milley tomorrow. I think it’s on C-Span.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: watashiyo 11/20/2020 10:11:05 PM (No. 612018)
Chinese Government knows they can't win a war against U.S.A. So they use their billions of American dollars to buy and influence disloyal, seedy Americans and deep liberal institutions to destroy our people, constitutions, and the government. So far, it seems like everything is moving along fine according to the enemy's time-line. Trump is the only intervention!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: doctorfixit 11/21/2020 2:05:36 PM (No. 612585)
De-classify everything. Americans don't need secrets. The Secret Police need secrets. They need to be exposed - unmasked - all of them. De-classify everything in the possession of the NSA, CIA, FBI, IRS so the American people can see all of the treason, all of the evil. No foreign power is even close to the threat posed by the Obama KGB-Gestapo.
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