Friday, April 3, 2009

Calling all James Bond Wannabes!

Calling all James Bond Wannabe's, you too can spy on your friends, co-workers and ex-lovers for the Fatherland!

Wann get back at your boss?

Pissed at your landlord?

Mad as hell your ex has the nerve to date someone else? Join the world's #1 terrorist outfit that is adept at false-flags and killing off those who disagree with America's Empire!



CIA Gets in Your Face(book)

Since December 2006, the Central Intelligence Agency has been using Facebook.com, the popular social networking site, to recruit potential employees into its National Clandestine Service. It marks the first time the CIA has ventured into social networking to hire new personnel.

The CIA's Facebook page (login required) provides an overview of what the NCS is looking for in a recruit, along with a 30-second promotional YouTube video aimed at potential college-aged applicants. U.S. citizens with a GPA above 3.0 can apply.

"It's an invaluable tool when it comes to peer-to-peer marketing," says Michele Neff, a CIA spokeswoman.

The NCS, one of the four directorates of the CIA, was established following 9/11 to gather intelligence from sources both domestic and abroad. In 2004, President Bush directed the CIA to increase the "human intelligence capabilities" of the agency and hire more officers that can "blend more easily in foreign cities."

Who's funding these 'Net ventures? We the People, for one, thru some of that money that's being looted from Wall Street CIA fronts, like AIG.

Just like the CIA used the 1980's Savings and Loan scandal to loot billions and billions of bucks from We the People and use their CIA fronted S & L's to launder money made from illegal drug sales from South American cocaine.

Yes, that's our CIA, always on the front lines, fighting for American "interests."

More like the interests of the Bush and Clinton gangs, Boeing, GE, Chase Manhattan, AT & T and other Fortune 500 mobsters.

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