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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Download File: https://roguemedia.co/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/US_Army_Field_Manual_Unconventional_Warfare_2008.pdf
Earlier today, May 7th 2019, the US Central Intelligence Agency came out with a bizarre press release announcing the launch of their own .onion website. Upon investigation, the “Darknet” version of their site appears to look, feel and function in the same manner as their “ClearNet” version, with only one exception – it features a revolving slideshow of all the agencies latest stories, releases and events – such as you can see with a story of the launch of their .onion website below. Though it must be noted, you can only access the link below with a download of the Tor Browser, Freenet Browser or I2P setup.
Location of Site: https://ciadotgov4sjwlzihbbgxnqg3xiyrg7so2r2o3lt5wz5ypk4sxyjstad.onion/
Being as deep in the rabbit hole as I am, and have been, I can’t help but wonder if those slideshow pictures/reports are somehow zero days meant to compromise the web browsers/identities of any suspicious visitors to the site – especially in regards to recent Tor zero days made aware to me over the course of the last two months? I honestly cant think of any reason to tailor their website specifically to a DarkNet crowd/audience, unless it was just a trap (HoneyPot). Regardless, at least according to the CIA itself, they are calling the site the “latest layer” to their international operations, hoping the tool will help the public send in more “truly anonymous” tips throughout the future.
“Secure, anonymous, untraceable—traits ever-present in CIA’s intelligence collection mission,” says the CIA “and the same is true for our onion site, which is now available over the Tor network.“ Adding that “Our global mission demands that individuals can access us securely from anywhere. Creating an onion site is just one of many ways we’re going where people are” – says Brittany Bramell, CIA’s Director of Public Affairs. However, as someone whom has personally sent dozens of Anonymous tips to the CIA over the course of the last several years, I know it is entirely possible to send them Anonymous tips independent of the Tor Browser – using combinations of VPN’s, Proxies and DNS edits, making their logic even more suspicious.
Learn More – Anonymous Intelligence Agency: https://roguesecuritylabs.ltd/anon-intell
Submit Tips: Tips@AnonIntell.org
This article isn’t really “news,” so to speak, but rather an opportunity to consume some recently declassified files from the United States Department of Defense (DoD) and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). More specifically, below you can find declassified files which contain information on ancient historical buildings, landmarks, infrastructure and mythology – including the Bible itself. Honestly, who isn’t interested in that? And if that doesn’t draw you in to want to read more then honestly, what are you even doing on my site?
The first document I would like to share is a release from the Department of Defense yesterday, actually, showcasing aerial footage and photography of historical architecture and world heritage sites across Iraq – ancient Babylon. While the photos were originally assembled in the 1950’s to track enemy ground movements across the country, they do provide an interesting and unique perspective in terms of Middle Eastern history. Perhaps some of this is even more interesting given the fact that many world heritage sites across Iraq have since been lost forever – destroyed by the Islamic State over the course of the last decade.
Download Full Declassified Release/Study from DoD: https://roguemedia.co/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/near_eastern_landscapes_and_declassified_u2_aerial_imagery.pdf
The second release of documents I would like to share were included in a treasure trove of leaked documents released by the CIA in 2017 – the result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit. However, the subject of these particular documents is extremely peculiar. For example, they discuss the stories of Genesis, Adam and Eve and the Great Flood of Noah in terms of both history and climatology. Honestly, I have never come across anything like them in all of my years of academic study or online activism. Consequentially, this is why I am featuring them here today – simply to share interesting information with the world – you’re welcome!
Full CIA Reading Room Database: https://www.cia.gov/library/readingroom/home
Download Release from CIA: https://roguemedia.co/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/CIA-RDP79B00752A000300070001-8.pdf
Having been around the internet for a while I cant help but notice an increased level of international fervor surround something referred to as “April Lulz Day 2019,” an international hacking operation being launched by LulzSec affiliates all around the world. While I’m certain not all of the targets whom will be #TangoDown‘ed tomorrow have been released publicly, it appears as though the US Federal Bureau of Investigation, Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency appear to be the groups central targets, no pun intended – with all of the those 3 letter acronyms appearing in several publications advertising the date.
To date, at least from what I have been able to find, LulzSec Argentina, LulzSec Kurdistan, LulzSecITA, Pinoy LulzSec and ForTheLulz have all been pushing advertisements on behalf of it for several days now. Rumor has it LulzSecITA has been holding onto a leak of a certain Mayor from Rome, though it remains to be seen if/when that leak will be released to the public. For the time being, if you are not planning on participation yourself, I guess just sit back and enjoy the lulz! 🍿