Part 1: Invaluable Resources Every Political Researcher, Historian & Activist Should Have

In part 1 of 2 of this particular series I am going to disclose the locations of nearly every library of declassified documents you can find online dating back to World War II, specifically implicating the United States Government. Perhaps most importantly, all of the documents contained within them were won via Freedom of Information Act requests and/or lawsuits. In part 2 of this series, I will assemble all of the online links you need to begin requesting new information from the Government for yourself, for free, with just the click of a button and the filling out of an application. But without any further adieu……

For those of you whom are not aware, over the course of the last two decades or so many legal experts, researchers and activists have been lobbying very hard to make government records more accessible to the general public. However, even in victory, rarely if ever do these successes ever get reported in the news. To this effect, below you can find various archives and repositories full of hundreds of thousands of newly declassified documents/files dating all the way back to the end of WW2 and up on through the 2000’s – all disclosed via “Freedom of Information Act” (FOIA) lawsuits. In the case of the CIA for example, these archives used to only be accessible via one computer located in Washington DC – until the entire archive was published/released online for the first time in 2017, that is.

Below is a list of open/available databases hosting countless records across different US Government agencies, almost all of them classified at one point or another throughout America’s past. I put them all together here today not only for my own resources, but also because I believe them to be invaluable resources for anyone reporting on modern US politics or US history, including educators, as a means to understand various situations or circumstances as they existed throughout the past – leading to the politics of today.

NSA FOIA Online Archive/Repository: https://nsarchive.gwu.edu/virtual-reading-room
NSA Declassification & Transparency Index: https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/declassified-documents/

US Department of State Archive/Repository: https://foia.state.gov/Search/Search.aspx

CIA Online Archive/Repository: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/home

The Vault – FBI Archive/Repository: https://vault.fbi.gov/search

Reading Room – National Archives: https://www.archives.gov/foia/electronic-reading-room

Reading Room – Library of Congress: http://www.loc.gov/rr/main/

Department of Homeland Security Library: https://www.dhs.gov/foia-library

Available Documents – Department of Justice: https://www.justice.gov/oip/available-documents-all-doj-components

Executive Services Directorate – White House: https://www.esd.whs.mil/FOID/DoD-Records/

Electronic Library – NASA: https://www.hq.nasa.gov/pao/FOIA/err.htm

DoD – US Inspector General Reading Room: https://www.dodig.mil/FOIA/FOIA-Reading-Room/

US Army – FOIA Library: https://www.foia.army.mil/readingroom/index.aspx

US Navy FOIA Reading Room: https://www.secnav.navy.mil/foia/readingroom/SitePages/Home.aspx

US Airforce FOIA Library: https://www.foia.af.mil/Library/

DeClassified Docs from The CIA: Part 1 (PsyOps)

The following are a list of guides taken from declassified files from the Central Intelligence Agency and US Army. For the purposes of this article, I would like to include internal documents and subject matter discussing the use of so-called Psych-Operations “Psy-Ops” out in the field, as well as a review of the psychology of Intelligence gathering itself; how such work either effects the people and/or the workers performing their duties for the Government, or the state of mind they need to be in to do it. Needless to say, the documents are incredibly interesting, and paint an interesting portrayal of this particular field.

This is also not the first time I’ve covered this general topic for this website, as I have also previously touched on the notions of “Psychological Warfare.” So, for the purposes of this article, I will be linking to those tags and will also be including Chelsae Manning’s original leak, the US Army Field Manual of Unconventional Warfare. Credit to “Neptunex3c” for providing the manuals to Rogue Media.

Learn More: https://roguemedia.co/?s=psychological+warfare&orderby=relevance&order=DESC&post_type=post%2Cpage

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Russia Publishes Strategy Guide On How To Destabilize Itself, Documents Taken from US Army Research Affiliate

So, here’s an interesting bit of research I managed to stumble upon last night. Produced by the Rand Corporation for the United States Army and entitled “Over Extending and Unbalancing Russia,” the 12 page document details various strategies the US military could partake in to undermine, sabatoge and/or destabilize the Russian Government and its military – both within Russian borders and abroad. Interestingly enough, the documents were first published in Russia, not the United States, and it’s not exactly clear how they go them – but it’s actually kind of funny/ironic, especially given the subject matter.

For example, the Rand Corporation essentially ranks the likelihood of how successful a particular strategy may be. This includes theoretical options like increasing US troop presence in Syria to counter-act Russia’s military presence there, increasing foreign aid to Ukraine, manipulating China to be less receptive to Russian business in Asia, investing more heavily in space-based weapon systems – so on and so forth. Honestly, it’s an interesting look inside some of the private dealings of the US military, and provides an excellent example highlighting how the US Government outsources intelligence to contractors before ultimately making decisions. In a way, it is kind of a rare look behind the headlines – perhaps revealing details/insights into future US military decisions/strategies before they happen.

I could summarize more of the report for you, but why? I would rather just have you waste your time reading the intelligence documents for yourself – enjoy!

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Venezualan Army, Air Force & Ministries Hit by Massive Data Breach, 113MB of Compressed Data Leaked Online

Earlier today I managed to stumble across an interesting leak from my friends working over at Anonymous CyberGuerrilla, from a source known asSpectre” – a hacker whom used to regularly make international headlines throughout the course of 2017 – 2018 for various exploits/source codes. Today’s leak is substantial, including classified information stolen from Venezuela’s Army, including detailed files of Army bases and military personnel, along with countless other documents stolen from various Ministries across President Maduro’s Government. For example, I think every member of Venezuela’s Army and Air Force were doxxed via Microsoft Excel files contained in the leak, and that was only two folders.  Honestly, there is so much information I would rather not list it all off here, instead, I just invite you to download the data and browse through it for yourself.

Rogue Media Labs now owns the data, has compressed all the files into a single zip file and personally certifies that the downloads available below are non-malicious and safe. Perhaps more importantly, the leaked files will not be taken down because I own them and refuse to work for/with any governments, foreign or domestic. Enjoy!

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In a message attached to the leak, Spectre stated:

Greetings,

I have leaked sensitive intel on a certain number of governments on to my site for free and for the everyone to see. The information on my site includes classified Venezuelan government documents, MQ-9 reaper drone documents, loads of databases and much more sensitive info. I have done this so that people can access this information and learn from it. I believe that the public deserves to know the truth and everything that their governments do in secrecy. This is the only reason i did this and unlike Julian Assange i will not hesitate to release any sensitive data on any government.

If anyone has any intel that they want to release to the public then they do so through my site. I will do my very best to release as much sensitive data on the shady activities that governments do behind the scenes as possible.

Yours truly,

Spectre

Spectre’s Website (DarkNet): http://intel2iy3ky6hegf.onion/