VFTB Live: Doug Hagmann / Dr. Jim Garlow

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The Wikileaks release of secret US government documents is a “staged crime scene”. So says professional private investigator Doug Hagmann, CEO of the Northeast Intelligence Network. Doug explains why it’s simply not plausible that Julian Assange and Pfc. Bradley Manning got their hands on a quarter of a million secret docs without some professional help.

Doug also shares what his military and intelligence sources are telling him about that mysterious “contrail” off the coast of Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago.

In the second hour, we break the rules of polite company by talking politics and religion. We’re joined by Dr. Jim Garlow, pastor of Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego and the chairman of Renewing American Leadership, a group founded by former Speaker of the House (and potential presidential candidate) Newt Gingrich. How much energy should Christians put into political efforts to transform society?

For more background, check out this episode of The Collins Brothers Unleashed in which they examine the techno-utopian tendencies of Newt Gingrich.

That, the Bunker Intelligence Briefing, and your calls.

4 Comments on VFTB Live: Doug Hagmann / Dr. Jim Garlow

  1. On the topic of Wikileaks:

    Manning’s homosexuality may be significant. It may go along way to finding out who he is working with.

    In 1934, the Soviets recruited Guy Burgess, Donald Maclean and Harold (Kim) Philby. All three were Cambridge University students and this was the beginning of the “Cambridge Five” spy ring.

    Homosexuality was an important unifier and recruitment tool with this ring. For instance, Burgess was having a homosexual relationship with Anthony Blunt, another Cambridge student, and Burgess used that romantic relationship to recruit Blunt to the ring.

    All of the Cambridge Five knew one another’s secrets, including the details of their sex lives, and that kept them bound to secrecy.

    So here is the hypothesis:

    Is Manning part of a homosexual subculture in the military that has evolved into a subversive spy ring?

    If so, “Don’t ask, don’t tell” has done a lot more damage than we ever imagined.

  2. That’s a very interesting observation. I hadn’t considered that possibility any farther than speculating that it might have led to his discovery in some way. Sharon noticed that Adrian Lamo (and I know now that I’ve been mispronouncing Lamo’s name for the last week) is known to work for LGBT causes, unusual, it seems, in the sometimes homophobic hacker community, and this may be what drew the two men together.

    Glenn Greenwald wrote an excellent piece on the whole affair at Salon.com back in June. (We’re really late on this story.) He asks some very perceptive questions:

    Many of the bizarre aspects of this case, at least as conveyed by Lamo and Wired, are self-evident. Why would a 22-year-old Private in Iraq have unfettered access to 250,000 pages of diplomatic cables so sensitive that they “could do serious damage to national security?” Why would he contact a total stranger, whom he randomly found from a Twitter search, in order to “quickly” confess to acts that he knew could send him to prison for a very long time, perhaps his whole life? And why would he choose to confess over the Internet, in an unsecured, international AOL IM chat, given the obvious ease with which that could be preserved, intercepted or otherwise surveilled? These are the actions of someone either unbelievably reckless or actually eager to be caught.

    Things may be just as Lamo claims. But it seems at least as plausible that various intelligence factions are at work here.

  3. Background checks for security clearances concern matters that could be used for blackmail; such as debt, sexual deviance, crime, etc.

    When the major political party in power supports granting citizenship to illegals (criminals) who join the military or go to college — why try to stop them from cutting their own throats?

    Pray all you want. There’s a time to come out of Sodom, Great Babylon, and Nineveh.

    “He that is unjust, let him be unjust still: and he which is filthy, let him be filthy still: and he that is righteous, let him be righteous still: and he that is holy, let him be holy still.”

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