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I consider myself the "black sheep" of the family. I moved away from home when I was 19 and a year ago I decided it was time I moved back home....so glad to be among family and friends. I grew up playing the piano but haven't played in years. I have always thought outside the box, wanting to move to Boquete Panama, I am a tea party participant. I am a reiki master and I have 2 good guard dogs....a dachshund and Jack Russell terrorist. I go to alternative news websites daily for news (don't trust MSM to tell the truth). Operation mockingbird is a CIA operation that began in the '40's to control the media both foreign and domestic. This is why I go to alternative news websites. For an excellent article to read on the subject I suggest http://www.prisonplanet.com/analysis_louise_01_03_03_mockingbird.html

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Dennis Blair, Director of National Intelligence, Resigns Effective Friday, May 21




Posted By: Guarded_Optimist    from RMN
Date: Thursday, 20-May-2010 20:59:07
Dennis C. Blair, National Intelligence Director, will resign as of tomorrow, May 21, 2010. As usual, we will be looking at whoever is appointed in his place.
Is this simply F2 moving into another phase, or has F1 managed some sort of coup? This move seems timed along with the release of a Senate report, and both items are being reported by the media rather casually. So what might really be going on behind the scenes? :-)
As Raye reminds us, we can't be sure who the white hats and black hats are without a scorecard, and even then, the scorecard is constantly changing.
Below, Dennis Blair:

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http://www.cnn.com/2010/POLITICS/05/20/intelligence.director.resigns/?hpt=T2
Obama's top intelligence adviser resigns
May 20, 2010 6:58 p.m. EDT

(CNN) -- The president's top intelligence adviser, Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair, has announced his resignation, effective Friday.
Blair, a retired four-star Navy admiral, has served in the post since January 29, 2009. His office oversees 17 federal agencies of the U.S. intelligence community, including the CIA, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security.
Word of Blair's resignation comes two days after the Senate Intelligence Committee released a report that sharply criticized the National Counterterrorism Center, overseen by Blair's office, for failing to properly coordinate intelligence activities to detect the alleged attempted Christmas Day airline bombing in advance.
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