Robert Steele on Blogging


Bloggers (as Linux as organized) where you grab onto an issue or something, and you are part of a structured citizen-journalism-blogging thing that lets no evildoing go unnoticed, that rules. So I think we’re at a turning point, I think we are at the very beginning of a historic tidal shift in power restoring the Constitution.

The Last Bastille

The following is a transcript of a video that has been mirrored many times where former CIA officer Robert Steele urges the common people to use blogging as a method for securing their Liberties. Any errors in either transcription or grammar, punctuation, and/or emphasis is solely that of this humble blogger.

 

 

I am the son of an oil man. I’ve lived overseas all of my life. I was fortunate in both having several graduate degrees and being a Marine Corps infantry officer, Marine Corps intelligence officer, and then a clandestine intelligence case officer. I’ve programmed imagery satellites, I’ve helped steal signals code books, I’ve done counter-intelligence; I’m basically intimately familiar with the way in which the US government does or does not do the craft of intelligence.

What you need to know is that I am a spy saying that spying doesn’t work. It’s costing you $1.2 billion…

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