March 27, 2012 at 7:32 pm #13352
For the interview today. I look forward to hearing it.April 18, 2012 at 2:31 am #13856
You must be the Amazon reviewer, “J Gold” who called Sibel a “national treasure.” Right on!May 24, 2012 at 10:12 pm #14589
Maybe this is the best place to express what I think and have felt about Sibel Edmonds for years now–I love this woman. My admiration for her character, grace, and courage (not to mention her beauty) continues to grow. We Americans are fortunate she chose to become a citizen and ultimately give all of us a lesson in the meaning of citizenship.
Just had to get that off my chest. Kudos also to Mr. Edmonds.August 31, 2012 at 10:57 am #15874
Thank you Sibel Edmonds, for being an absolute inspiration to me, and someone I can truly consider a hero and a true patriot in a country where so many are deceived, even myself at one point, by the wolves behind the mask. My skepticism really began after the events of 9/11 unfolded, with government and with media. I am currently in the Army, and it bothered me to hear the perspective my family and friends were being fed by the media, while I was living the real story in Iraq. Your character, strength, fortitude and integrity causes me to look inside myself and do an honest check on the man I am.
I imagine the people that have thrown roadblocks at you along the way have found creative ways to justify their actions to themselves. Maybe they even go through lengths to avoid seeing the corruption, thus sparing their conscience the burden. Or maybe they place their finances, family, and well-being above the priority of truth, justice, and integrity. God forbid I fail in that regard. Thank you so much for not quitting, but constantly facing your giants. I pray that I can be as courageous and virtuous a man, to my God and myself above all, as you are a courageous and virtuous woman. You are the great inspiration in my lifetime.September 26, 2012 at 12:05 pm #16124
Please be safe, my most courageous hero, this fascist government is armed and very dangerousOctober 18, 2012 at 12:24 am #16485
Greetings. Yes, thank you Sibel Edmonds for all you have done. I just bought your book, “Classified Woman”. When I got to Chapter 6, “Memo” and saw the name, “Dale Watson”, I put the book down, walked to my computer, and formerly joined your site. I was one of those NSA Telco/ISP “Whistle-Blowers” (that no one would listen to). In addition to doing training for the NSA, the FBI, and the US Military, the shadowy firm “Booz, Allen, and Hamilton” was also one of my clients. . . up until the time I was blacklisted. Isn’t it interesting how many of these “9-11 Players” like Dale Watson, Rabbi Dov Zakheim, etc. all have close ties with “Booz, Allen, and Hamilton”? I look forward to reading the rest of your book. peace.October 22, 2012 at 2:57 pm #16533
Do you have a story you’d like to share about your experiences in the NSA?
Are there good resources you’d recommend for people who are curious as to what the NSA is really up to?
(I’m especially curious of how our cellphones can be used to track and listen in on us… I’ve always thought it the perfect weapon to track the whereabouts, social networks, and political views of large numbers of Americans. Screw the telescreen, I personally think cellphones are the favorite toy of the NSA)
GaryOctober 24, 2012 at 10:40 pm #16588
Thanks for the interest. I just did a radio interview about my experiences at the NSA. Since I’m a “newbie” here, I’m not sure what the etiquette is on posting things like that to the forum. The interview ran 30 minutes and at the end, the host said he wanted to have me back for a full two hour show in the new future. So, I took that as a good sign.
I think you are right to have concerns about cell phones as one of the big things that the Department of Defense specified to be in the specifications for the original “cell phone” was the concept of “Theta Tracking” which would allow a timed directional “ping” to be able to calculate the angle and distance the phone was from a single cell phone tower. This eliminated the old technique of “triangulation” where two listening points were required to isolate a transmitter’s position.
In the USA, the first thing they ask you for when you got to get a cell phone account is your social security number. If you give it to them, you can walk out of the store with a phone in about 20 minutes. If you refuse to give them your social security number, they will drag out the “credit checks” for weeks . . and often refuse you service for one reason or another.
Other cell phones aspects of concern at the ability to turn on the microphone remotely to “eavesdrop”, the confiscation of the phone and having one’s contact list be “cross referenced” and filed, as well as the ease at which the calls themselves can be monitored thanks to the specifications required by the CALEA-1994 Legislation. CALEA is “Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act of 1994″ which was rammed through Congress as being needed to fight the “War On Drugs”.
As far an a recommended “newbie” introduction to what this rogue NSA is up to, I would do an Internet search on “Stellar Wind”, “Total Information Awareness”, “General Michael Hayden”, and the Game Theory models of Israeli Robert J. Aumann.
If it is permitted to post it, I think you would find my radio interview very interesting as well.
peace.October 26, 2012 at 10:57 pm #16629
Feel free to post a link to your radio interview. Sounds like it would be of interest to many here, myself included.
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