22/12/2013

Spooks Fail To Predict Things

Arab Spring, Attack on Pearl Harbor, CIA Langley, Human intelligence resources, intelligence, Middle East, Middle Eat Arab Spring, Pearl Harbor, Saddam Hussein, Soviet Union, United States and World War II
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Ted Obvious is in Eygpt Cairo in the Middle Eat Arab Spring. In todays article find out about the successes and failures of CIA Langley and the intelligence services that are futurists trying to predict before it happens turn back the clocks and go back in time and fix everything. Human intelligence resources in the United States where reassignments are being issued to flush out new resolutions. A lot has changed since World War I and World War II back in the days when wireless communications, morse code and other forms of cryptography were widely used. 

If it was today we would have been able to easily prevent the attack on Pearl Harbor simply by a few normal conversations over the phone. It was not only the USA that were trying to build up a large database archive of this sort of intelligence, it has always been very popular here in the UK and over in the USSR.
By having good archives and being able to distinguish between claims of being presented with a very special blue print of Saddam Hussein to be able to distinguish between course work from his school mistaking the lever arch file for something much more top secret.


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The thought was between agencies that the Middle East would be able to sort itself out and no one ever imagined there would be an Iraq war but it did and lots of people have disappeared since then. The Benghazi paid a heavy price in connection to Saddam Hussein even though they publicly said they did not approve any of his assignments. The budget for one was all wrong and the pages were full of theories and pie in the sky ideas.

Arab Spring, Attack on Pearl Harbor, CIA Langley, Human intelligence resources, intelligence, Middle East, Middle Eat Arab Spring, Pearl Harbor, Saddam Hussein, Soviet Union, United States and World War II

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