NSA Industrial Espionage Blowback In Brazil

From RT.com: “‘NSA ruined it!’ Brazil ditches Boeing jets, grants $4.5 bln contract to Saab.” Brazil has rejected a contract for Boeing’s F/A-18 fighter jets in favor of the Swedish Saab’s JAS 39 Gripens. The unexpected move to reject the US bid comes amid the global scandal over the NSA’s involvement in economic espionage activities. The announcement for the purchase of 36 fighters was made Wednesday by Brazilian Defense Minister Celso Amorim and Air Force Commander Junti Saito. The Read more […]

War On Drugs: Air Force Floods Miami With Cocaine

According to the Costa Rica Star, the United States Air Force transported nearly twenty-four tons of government-seized cocaine from Costa Rica to Miami, Florida, on July 27th. Commentary and official press releases from Costa Rica’s Organization of Judicial Investigations explain that the Central American nation had been encountering serious problems with the destruction of cocaine bound for the United States that local authorities had confiscated. With so much cocaine to destroy—and with Read more […]

US Air Force Personnel Ordered Not to Read About Obama Scandals

President Barack Obama and the Pentagon have taken another outrageous step to deny American military personnel of their constitutional rights. Many military personnel on US bases and serving abroad use an internet connection system known as Non-classified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRN) to access the internet and emails.  Air Force personnel were just warned not to use the Air Force NIPRN system to access the internet to read about several of the latest Obama scandals. As reported Read more […]